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Zach Miller


4 hours ago

Seahawks release Miller

The Seahawks released TE Zach Miller with a failed physical designation. Last year, he appeared in just 3 games before suffering an ankle injury. The 29-year-old will likely settle in as a #2 TE elsewhere, so he's barely fantasy relevant.  For now, Luke Willson looks like Seattle's #1 TE.  But per Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, the Seahawks are interested in soon-to-be free agent Julius Thomas.

Jacoby Jones


10 hours ago

Chargers add Jones

The Chargers have signed WR Jacoby Jones to a 2-year, $5.5 million deal.  He never developed into a starting-caliber NFL WR and caught just 9 passes last year.  He'll be no better than 3rd on San Diego's depth chart.  Jones did finish 2nd in kick-return yards this past season and will boost the Chargers' special teams.

Niles Paul


10 hours ago

Redskins re-sign Paul

The Redskins have re-signed TE Niles Paul to a 3-year deal worth about $10 million.  We featured Paul in our 6 Free-Agent Sleepers and were hoping that he'd leave Washington for a better situation.  Now he looks like no more than a handcuff to starting TE Jordan Reed.  Paul is undraftable outside of deep best-ball leagues.

Brandon Marshall


13 hours ago

Marshall traded to Jets

The Bears have traded WR Brandon Marshall to the Jets.  Turning 31 in March, Marshall posted his fewest catches (4.7) and yards (55.5) per game this past season since his 2006 rookie campaign.  He's certainly past his prime but is still a valuable possession-type receiver.  Marshall will join Eric Decker in New York to form 1 of the bigger starting WR duos in the league.  It's good news for whoever is under center for the Jets this season.  Marshall's fantasy value takes a hit as he loses BFF Jay Cutler.  Meanwhile in Chicago, WR Alshon Jeffery is locked in as the Bears' top dog and target hog.  The intriguing Marquess Wilson has a shot to capture the #2 WR gig, although the Bears will likely bring in competition.

Marques Colston


13 hours ago

Colston staying in New Orleans

Saints WR Marques Colston has agreed to a restructured contract with the Saints, according to insider Mike Garafolo.  He was set to count $9.7 million against the 2015 cap -- way too high for a player past his prime.  Colston turns 32 in June and posted the fewest fantasy points per game of his career this past season.  He's still a valuable possession and red-zone receiver, but Colston could fall to 4th in the pecking order in 2015 behind Jimmy Graham, Kenny Stills and Brandin Cooks.

Jerome Simpson


15 hours ago

49ers add Simpson

The 49ers have signed WR Jerome Simpson to a 2-year deal, according to ESPN's Field Yates.  Simpson was out of the league last season after drawing a 3-game ban and being released by the Vikings.  But he posted a 48-726-1 line back in 2013 and is averaging 13.8 yards per catch for his career.  The 29-year-old could help the Niners stretch the field but is a long shot to come into any real fantasy football value.

Greg Olsen


15 hours ago

Olsen gets 3-year extension

The Panthers and TE Greg Olsen have agreed to a 3-year, $22.5 million contract extension.  It tacks on to the final year of Olsen's current deal, keeping him in Carolina through the 2018 season.  It's well-deserved.  Olsen has totaled 226 catches, 2,667 yards and 17 TDs over the past 3 seasons.  All 3 marks rank among the top 6 TEs.  He's finished 7th, 7th and 4th in PPR fantasy points during that stretch.  Olsen turns 30 in a few days but should have another couple of seasons of TE1 production in him.

Maurice Jones-Drew


15 hours ago

Jones-Drew retires

Raiders RB Maurice Jones-Drew announced his retirement from the NFL on Thursday.  He turns 30 later this month but is closer to 50 in RB Years.  MJD racked up 2,193 touches over his 9-year career, including 3 straight seasons of 330+.  He was clearly running out of gas, averaging a pathetic 2.2 yards per carry for the Raiders in 2014.  With RB Darren McFadden expect to depart in free agency, Oakland's backfield is left to RB Latavius Murray.

Darnell Dockett


16 hours ago

Dockett signs with Niners

Former Cardinals DE Darnell Dockett agreed to a 2-year deal with the 49ers on Thursday. Dockett missed all of last season because of an ACL tear and will now head into his age-34 campaign. Don't bet on him presenting much IDP value. His official departure from Arizona opens up playing time opposite Calais Campbell, though. The most interesting replacement candidate is 2014 rookie Kareem Martin, who tallied 11.5 sacks and 21.5 tackles for loss in his final college season before playing a limited role in Arizona last year.

Jerrell Freeman


16 hours ago

Colts tender Freeman

The Colts have tendered restricted free-agent LB Jerrell Freeman at a 2nd-round level. That means they'll have the chance to match any offer he gets on the open market and would get a 2nd-round pick from any team that signs him to a contract. Don't bet on another team paying a 2nd-rounder for a LB heading into his age-29 season. Freeman got slowed by an early-season hamstring injury last year but got back to his usual level of production late. He should remain a strong IDP starter going forward.

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