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DeMarco Murray


2 hours ago

Murray will hit the open market

Cowboys VP Stephen Jones confirmed that RB DeMarco Murray will be allowed to test free agency.  "[Murray] is probably going to, you know, get some peace and see what's out in the market and then we'll talk and see," Jones said. "I do believe deep down he'd love to stay in Dallas."  Murray will be the top RB on the market, but he might not love the offers he gets.  Teams have been hesitant to pay big bucks to RBs lately.  And Murray is coming off a 497-touch season with a lengthy injury history.  There's a decent chance he ends up back in Dallas, which would be best for his fantasy football value.

Stevie Johnson


1 day ago

49ers release Johnson

The 49ers have released WR Stevie Johnson.  He managed just 35-435-3 in 13 games this past season.  But Johnson is still just 28 years old and should draw plenty of interest on the open market.  With Michael Crabtree expected to depart in free agency, there was some belief that the Niners would roll with Johnson as their #2 WR in 2015.  But cutting him saves $5.5 million against the cap.  San Francisco now has a major need at WR, though.  They'll need to bolster the position in free agency and/or the draft.

Reggie Wayne


1 day ago

Wayne had triceps surgery, "mulling" retirement

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports that Colts WR Reggie Wayne underwent surgery to repair the torn triceps he suffered this past season.  Rapoport adds that Wayne is "mulling" retirement.  No surprise there.  The 36-year-old has suffered serious knee and triceps injuries over the last 2 seasons.  He also dealt with knee, groin and elbow issues in 2014 and caught just 11 balls over the final 7 games.  A free agent this offseason, Wayne won't draw much interest if he decides to continue his career.

Josh McCown


1 day ago

McCown opts for Cleveland

The Browns have signed QB Josh McCown to a 3-year deal reportedly worth about $15 million.  He'll compete with (and hopefully mentor) QB Johnny Manziel.  McCown has a good shot to be under center come Week 1, but it's nearly impossible to like him in fantasy football.  He's a career 58.8% passer outside of Marc Trestman's offense and is joining an offense with an unproven OC and shaky pass-catching corps.

Brandon Gibson


1 day ago

Dolphins cut Gibson

The Dolphins continued their WR purge by releasing Brandon Gibson.  This one was a no-brainer. Gibson fell to 4th on Miami's depth chart this past season, finishing with just 29 catches, 295 yards and 1 TD.  The move saves the Fins $3.2 million against the salary cap.  Mike Wallace, Jarvis Landry and Rishard Matthews are currently Miami's top 3 WRs, although Wallace's fate remains uncertain.  Look for the Dolphins to add talent to the position through free agency and/or the draft.

Brian Hartline


2 days ago

Dolphins release Hartline

The Dolphins have released WR Brian Hartline.  Signed to a 5-year, $31 million deal in 2013, Hartline went for 76-1,016-4 line a couple years ago.  But he fell behind Jarvis Landry this past season and finished with just 39 catches for 474 yards and 2 TDs.  Best suited as a #3 WR, Hartline is unlikely to re-emerge as a fantasy asset in 2015.  The move saves Miami $5.95 million in 2015 cap space.  Now we'll see what the Fins decide to do with Mike Wallace.  Their WR corps could look completely different this coming season.

Harry Douglas


2 days ago

Falcons cut Douglas

Pro Football Talk reports that the Falcons have cut WR Harry Douglas. It's a somewhat surprising move for a productive #3 WR heading into the final year of his contract. We have to assume it's a cap decision, as Douglas' release appears to save Atlanta more than $3 million against the 2015 salary cap. Douglas will turn 31 in September but should have little trouble finding a new team this offseason. His landing spot will determine his immediate fantasy outlook. Devin Hester and Drew Davis look like the top current candidates to assume the Falcons' #3 wideout role. We're not too excited about either.

Steven Jackson


2 days ago

Falcons release Jackson

The Falcons have released RB Steven Jackson.  The move was fully expected.  Atlanta saves $3.75 million against the cap by releasing the 31-year-old who has averaged just 3.6 yards per carry over the past 2 seasons.  Steve Jax isn't a good bet to re-emerge as a fantasy asset in 2015.  The question in Atlanta now becomes whether the Falcons believe in Devonta Freeman as their feature back.  Their moves in free agency and the draft will provide an answer.  New OC Kyle Shanahan has a history of building productive running games.

Kiko Alonso


3 days ago

Alonso says he'll be ready for camp

Bills LB Kiko Alonso told the team website Wednesday that he expects his repaired left knee to be ready for training camp. “By camp, I definitely feel I’ll be at 100 percent," he said. "I feel very good with where I’m at. By camp I’ll be full go.” Alonso tore the ACL in that knee last July, before training camp began, so we certainly expected him to get back in time for the 2015 season. He seems like a good fit at ILB in the 3-4 system of new HC Rex Ryan, but we'll see how everything shakes out as the team gets through the start of free agency, the draft and into OTAs.

Anthony Fasano


3 days ago

Chiefs release Fasano

The Chiefs have released TE Anthony Fasano.  The 30-year-old hasn't topped 9 yards per catch in 3 seasons and hasn't been a fantasy factor since 2011.  He should latch on elsewhere but is off the fantasy radar.  The bigger impact here will be a boost in TE Travis Kelce's playing time.  We started to see that happen over the final 7 games of 2014, when he played 87% of the snaps.  Kelce racked up 33 catches, 424 yards and 1 TD during that span, ranking 4th among TEs in fantasy points.  He's plenty capable of finishing that high in 2015.

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