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Jeremy Cash

CAR -LB

4 hours ago

Panthers list Cash at LB

The Panthers signed former Duke S Jeremy Cash as a priority free agent after the draft and promptly listed him at LB. The ACC defensive player of the year for 2015 carried a "tweener" label into the NFL Draft and might have ultimately gone unpicked because of a rash of injuries from Duke's bowl game through workout season. But Cash delivered 335 tackles over 3 seasons after transferring from Ohio State, plus 38 tackles for loss, 8 sacks, 9 forced fumbles and 5 INTs. According to the Charlotte Observer, Carolina plans to use him as a situational player in a LB-S hybrid role that's growing in popularity around the league. We'll see what kind of playing time that ultimately produces, but Cash's college production and solid NFL landing spot makes him worth a look near the end of IDP dynasty rookie drafts.

Devontae Booker

DEN -RB

9 hours ago

Booker was #2 on Broncos board

Devontae Booker was the #2 RB on the Broncos' board, GM John Elway revealed.  Denver was able to snag Booker in the 4th round as the 7th RB selected.  “He’s a guy that has got great ball skills,” Elway said. “He runs very tough. [He’s] a very tough runner and really does a nice job after contact."  Booker dropped largely because of a torn meniscus that ended his 2015 season, but he says he's currently back to 90%.  "Greek [Head Athletic Trainer Steve Antonopulos] felt good about where that was and the situation where we were [at]," Elway added.  Booker joins C.J. Anderson and Ronnie Hillman in the Broncos backfield.  It shouldn't take the rookie long to dispatch Hillman, and he could quickly put heat on Anderson.  It'll be a situation to monitor closely in HC Gary Kubiak's RB-friendly offense.

Su'a Cravens

WAS -DB

19 hours ago

Cravens to play safety

Washington has announced that 2nd-round pick Su'a Cravens will play safety, according to the team site. Cravens played safety primarily in college, but many had assumed that he would move to more of a LB role in the NFL, perhaps something similar to Arizona's Deone Bucannon. He'll battle DeAngelo Hall, David Bruton and Duke Ihenacho for starting duty in 2016.

Brian Hoyer

CHI -QB

1 day ago

Bears ink Hoyer

The Bears have signed QB Brian Hoyer to a 1-year, $2 million deal.  Hoyer completed 57.7% of his passes with 31 TDs and 20 INTs in 25 appearances for the Browns and Texans over the last 2 years.  He's a backup-caliber talent, which is what he'll be in Chicago.  It's worth noting, though, that QB Jay Cutler has missed at least 1 game in 6 straight seasons.

Josh Ferguson

IND -RB

1 day ago

Colts add Ferguson

The Colts signed undrafted free-agent RB Josh Ferguson.  Despite struggling with injuries in 5 seasons at Illinois, Ferguson averaged a solid 5.1 yards per carry and totaled 168 catches.  That includes 137 grabs over the last 5 years.  Ferguson is undersized at 5'9, 198 pounds but is capable of earning a change-of-pace role.  Indy is a nice landing spot with soon-to-be 33-year-old Frank Gore and not much else in the RB group.

Devon Cajuste

SF -WR

1 day ago

Cajuste lands in San Francisco

The 49ers added WR Devon Cajuste as an undrafted free agent.  At 6'4, 234 pounds, Cajuste might be a WR/TE tweener at the next level.  But he was uber-impressive at the Combine, earning a SPARQ score in the 94th percentile among WRs.  Landing with a creative offensive mind in Niners HC Chip Kelly makes Cajuste a guy to keep an eye on.

Roger Lewis

NYG -WR

1 day ago

Giants scoop up Lewis

The Giants added WR Roger Lewis as an undrafted free agent.  The Bowling Green product racked up 158 catches, 2,638 yards and 23 TDs over the past 2 seasons.  His draft stock was marred by a felony rape charge back in 2012 and underwhelming measurables that landed him in the 15th percentile among WRs in SPARQ score.  But that college production makes him worth monitoring on a Giants squad with opportunity behind #1 WR Odell Beckham.

Marquez North

STL -WR

1 day ago

North signed by Rams

The Rams scooped up WR Marquez North as an undrafted free agent.  A highly touted recruit out of high school, North turned in a promising freshman season.  But injuries and inconsistency hampered him over the past 2 years.  North flashed at the Combine, though, with a 4.48-second 40-yard dash and 35-inch vertical at 6'2, 223 pounds.  That size and athleticism gives him a shot to carve out a role in an underwhelming Rams WR corps.

Nelson Spruce

STL -WR

1 day ago

Spruce off to L.A.

Colorado WR Nelson Spruce signed with Los Angeles as an undrafted free agent. It's a decent landing spot, as the Rams lack veteran WR depth. They did, however, add Pharoh Cooper (Round 4) and Mike Thomas (Round 6) over the past 2 days. Spruce is a reliable target standing 6’1, 206 pounds. He exits college with a jaw-dropping 189-2142-15 line over the last 2 years. Spruce isn’t exactly a burner, so we’ll see if he can separate from NFL DBs. At best, he looks like a long-term #3 WR.

Keyarris Garrett

CAR -WR

1 day ago

Garrett joins Panthers

Tulsa WR Keyarris Garrett signed with the Panthers as an undrafted free agent. Garrett stands 6’3, packs on 220 pounds and boasts an impressive catch radius. He also led the nation in receiving yards (1,588) last year, so it’s a bit of a surprise he wasn’t drafted. Garrett did suffer a compound leg fracture during the 2013 season, but he's clearly rebounded nicely. There’s a real chance he sticks on Carolina’s roster.

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