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NFL Draft McCaffrey likely to go in top 10?
GM: "McCaffrey had the best combine workout I've seen"
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 27 2017, 1:45 pm

Carolina Panthers
One NFL GM said Christian McCaffrey "had the best combine workout I've seen. Ever." It's one reason McCaffrey likely to go in top 10. (Adam Schefter on Twitter)

FFToday's Take: The rumors surrounding McCaffrey have been all over the place including going to Carolina at No.8. Teams with running back needs early in the draft include Jacksonville (pick No.4) the Jets (pick No.6), Carolina (pick No.8) and the Eagles (pick No.14). Where he goes is anybody's guess.
Raiders, Seahawks agree on trade for Lynch
Swap of late-round picks in 2018
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 26 2017, 9:00 am

Oakland Raiders
Marshawn Lynch is set to come out of retirement after the Raiders and Seahawks agreed to a trade that allows the running back to play in Oakland, sources confirmed to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Lynch and the Raiders have an agreement for a two-year contract in place, according to league sources. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: Lynch will need to a pass a physical today but after months of rumors, it appears Lynch will be a Raider in 2017. Lynch (31) sat out the 2016 season but does have a lot of mileage on the tires and is on the wrong side of 30. While being consistently durable during most of his career, injuries caught up with him in 2015. limiting him to only 7 games. However, he's a good fit for the Raiders offense who lost Latavius Murray in free agency and will likely step into lead-back role. He's an RB2 with RB1 upside in redraft leagues.
Martavis Bryant conditionally reinstated
Could be available Week 1 if he keeps his nose clean
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 25 2017, 6:30 pm

Pittburgh Steelers
The NFL notified Martavis Bryant of the Pittsburgh Steelers today that he has been reinstated to the NFL on a conditional basis. Bryant may join the Steelers at the training facility and participate in meetings, conditioning work and similar activities. Once arrangements have been confirmed regarding Bryant's clinical resources in Pittsburgh, he will be permitted to participate in all preseason activities, including practices and games. (Steelers.com)

FFToday's Take: Bryant still has some hurdles to jump if he wants to be on the field Week 1. He's been suspended since March of last season for multiple offenses of the leagues substance abuse policy. Bryant has shown to be a big play threat on the field but his off-field issues and risk of being kicked out of the league for another offense will submarine his fantasy stock.
Adrian Peterson says he's signing with Saints
One-year deal, plus one-year option
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 25 2017, 8:15 am

New Orleans
Adrian Peterson told ESPN's Josina Anderson Tuesday morning that he plans to sign with the New Orleans Saints on a two-year deal that is effectively a one-year deal plus a one-year option. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: $3.5 million is guaranteed for 2017. With Tim Hightower now is San Francisco, New Orleans needed to add some depth behind Mark Ingram. Peterson is not expected to take over Ingram's role but simply complement him. At age 31, Peterson played in only three games in 2016 averaging 1.9 yards per carry. However, Ingram injury history does give Peterson some upside if he can flash his old form. He'll be a mid-round selection in redraft leagues this summer.
Bills decline to match, Gillislee now a Patriot
Bills will receive 5th round pick
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 24 2017, 6:00 pm

Buffalo Bills
Bills declined to match two-year, $6.4 million offer sheet that RB Mike Gillislee signed with Patriots, per source. Gillislee now a Pat. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: This marks the second straight year the Patriots have pried away a player Buffalo. You may recall Chris Hogan joining New England from the Bills last season. With Dion Lewis, Rex Burkhead and third-down back James White already on the roster, the addition of Gillislee will muddy the fantasy waters in the Patriots backfield.
Giants pick up option on Odell Beckham Jr.
Beckham locked in through 2018
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 24 2017, 11:45 am

New York Giants
Kimberly Jones of NFL Media reports that the Giants are picking up that option, which will be guaranteed against injury only for the 2014 first-round pick. (Pro Football Talk)

FFToday's Take: The fifth year option is for the 2018 season. It's likely the two sides will work on a long-term prior to the 2018 season. Odell Beckham Jr. has been a top 5 fantasy wideout in PPR leagues the last two seasons.
Saints still talking deal with Adrian Peterson
Club keeping options open heading into draft
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 24 2017, 9:30 am

New Orleans
I'm hearing the #Saints are still very much involved with Adrian Peterson. Sides still talking about a short-term deal to bring him to NOLA. (Jeff Duncan on Twitter)

FFToday's Take: The Saints will likely weigh their options post-draft and might sign the veteran running back if they strike out on bringing in younger blood this week. Peterson's market has been cool, although its likely he'll land with a team on a short-term deal at some point before training camp.
Pats offer RB Mike Gillislee two-year deal
Bills have five days to match
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 18 2017, 2:35 pm

Buffalo Bills
Here we go: Patriots extended an RFA offer sheet to #Bills RB Mike Gillislee. It's for 2 years, $6.4M, source said. $4M in the 1st year. (Ian Rapoport on Twitter)

FFToday's Take: Gillislee is a restricted free agent so the Bills have five days to match the offer and keep their running back. If not, the Patriots would have to compensate Buffalo with a fifth-round draft pick. The Pats will have a crowded backfield if they land Gillislee with Dion Lewis, James White and Rex Burkhead already on the roster. This Pats RB corps is shaping up to be a fantasy nightmare.
Injury Eifert unsure if he'll be ready for camp
Back surgery
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 17 2017, 6:30 pm

Cincinnati Bengals
Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert said his back "feels great" after offseason surgery, but doesn't know at what point he'll be able to participate fully in offseason activities. "I don't know," Eifert said, when asked if he would be ready for training camp. "I'll have to see how I'm feeling and go from there." (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: Thanks to ankle and back injuries Eifert only saw the field for 8 games in 2016 and has played just 21 games the last two seasons. He's a true difference maker when on the field (18 TDs in last 21 games) but his injury risk will make him a gamble in redraft leagues this summer.
Injury Carlos Hyde: "making improvement"
RB rehabing from knee injury
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 11 2017, 4:00 pm

San Francisco
49ers Carlos Hyde on knee: "I'm back to running. I can cut, just not all the way I like to run, but I'm making improvement" Run test tmw (Cam Inman on Twitter)

FFToday's Take: From his tweet abbreviations, Hyde is set to do a run test tomorrow as he continues rehab from a torn MCL in Week 16 last season. The injury didn't require surgery but it's likely he'll be a minimal participant in any spring workouts. Hyde averaged 4.6 yards per carry in 13 games last season.
Injury Keenan Allen says he's 85%
Torn ACL suffered Week 1 last season
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 10 2017, 6:00 pm

Keenan Allen says he is close to 100%. Says probably around 85% but feels good with rehab process. (Chargers.com)

FFToday's Take: Allen blew out his knee Week 1 last season and has dealt with numerous injuries during his four-year career. The Chargers will likely keep him on a pitch count during training camp. His fantasy value will vary widely given his high upside, high risk history.
Marshawn Lynch rumors heating up
Seattle RB visits Oakland
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 5 2017, 3:45 pm

Seattle Seahawks
Retired Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch, who is reportedly entertaining thoughts of a comeback, is visiting his hometown Oakland Raiders on Wednesday, and an NFL source told ESPN's Adam Schefter that a deal between the Raiders and Lynch "eventually will happen." (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: This seed has been growing for weeks and the flower could be in bloom sooner rather than later. Lynch would give the Raiders a power back capable of RB1 status given the run game averaged 4.4 yards per carry last season and witnessed Latavius Murray finding the endzone 12 times. The Seahawks still hold the rights to Lynch so a trade might be in order.
Tony Romo headed to broadcast booth
Cowboys expected to release QB today
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 4 2017, 9:15 am

Dallas Cowboys
Tony Romo is leaving football and going into broadcasting, even with Dallas planning to release him today, sources tell @toddarcher and me. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: Romo has received more interest from media companies than NFL teams apparently. Dallas is expected to release Romo today, designating him as a post-June 1 release. This move of Romo to spend more time with his family has the most impact on the Texans who traded Brock Osweiler to the Browns last month. Currently Tom Savage is Houston's starting QB.
49ers sign RB Tim Hightower
49ers add RB depth behind Hyde
By: Mike Krueger | Apr 1 2017, 3:30 pm

San Francisco
The 49ers have reached an agreement with free-agent running back Tim Hightower, general manager John Lynch tweeted Saturday. The 30-year-old Hightower has made one of the NFL's most remarkable comebacks during the past two years with the Saints after spending three-plus years out of the league because of a knee injury. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: Hightower saw 155 touches in New Orleans last year averaging 4.1 yards per carry, scoring 3 TDs. DuJuan Harris will compete with Hightower for backup duties behind Carlos Hyde. Hightower will be a late-round flier in redraft leagues.
Bigger role coming for Tyreek Hill
Andy Reid expects Hill to see more snaps at WR
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 30 2017, 10:00 am

Kansas City Chiefs
The Kansas City Chiefs' plan to improve their offense is simple: Get Tyreek Hill more involved. Reid has discussed Hill this offseason as if the 5-foot-10 speedster would move into the starting lineup full-time and play a DeSean Jackson-type role in the offense, taking the top off defenses and allowing Jeremy Maclin and Travis Kelce work underneath. (NFL.com)

FFToday's Take: Andy Reid did mention he expects Hill to receive more snaps as a receiver this year. Hill played on only 40 percent of the teams offensive snaps last season but managed to score 9 TDs (6 receiving, 3 rushing) finishing as the WR23 in PPR leagues. The explosive Hill will be an intriguing question for fantasy owners this summer.
Saints bring back QB Chase Daniel
One-year deal
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 29 2017, 4:10 pm

New Orleans
Veteran quarterback Chase Daniel has agreed to a one-year deal with the New Orleans Saints, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Caplan on Wednesday. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: Daniel, a career backup, backed up Drew Brees from 2009-2012 but has never had the opportunity to land a starting job. With Luke McCown already on the roster, the two will battle hold the clipboard for Brees in 2017.
Andre Ellington shifting from RB to WR
Cardinals still looking for No.2 RB
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 29 2017, 10:04 am

Arizona Cardinals
Arians said Andre Ellington is coming back as a wide receiver. Will meet in the wide receivers room. (Darren Urban on Twitter)

FFToday's Take: Ellington has played running back his first five years in the league and succeeded in a change-of-pace role catching 85 passes during his first two seasons in Ariona. At 5-9, 199 lbs, he'll most likely be used out of slot and will receive the occasional carry our of the backfield but should be no better than the fourth option in the offense.
Owners approve Raiders move to Las Vegas
31-1 vote opens door for Las Vegas Raiders
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 27 2017, 2:00 pm

Oakland Raiders
The Oakland Raiders have received conditional approval from the National Football League to relocate the franchise to Las Vegas, Nevada. "The Raiders were born in Oakland and Oakland will always be part of our DNA. We know that some fans will be disappointed and even angry, but we hope that they do not direct that frustration to the players, coaches and staff. We plan to play at the Coliseum in 2017 and 2018, and hope to stay there as the Oakland Raiders until the new stadium opens." (Raiders.com)

FFToday's Take: Miami was the only team to cast a "no" vote. The Raiders history in Oakland is coming to an end and this will mark the third team in the last 14 months to change locations. The Raiders join the Rams and Chargers as recent teams to relocate.
Panthers extend RB Jonathan Stewart
Stewart under contract through 2018
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 24 2017, 9:30 am

Carolina Panthers
On Friday, the team announced the one-year extension of running back Jonathan Stewart, locking him in through 2018. Stewart, 30, has battled injuries often throughout his lengthy career but rushed for 824 yards and nine touchdowns last season and was a Pro-Bowler in 2015. (Charlotte Observer)

FFToday's Take: Stewart was set to count over $8 million against the cap so the extension will likely lessen that number plus add another year of control for the Panthers. Carolina is said to be in the running back market and could select Leonard Fournette with the 8th overall pick.
Injury Newton expected to be ready for camp
Shoulder surgery planned for March 30th
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 21 2017, 4:05 pm

Carolina Panthers
Cam Newton will have surgery on a partially torn rotator cuff on March 30 in Charlotte. Head athletic trainer Ryan Vermillion told Panthers.com that Newton will begin a preliminary throwing program 12 weeks after the surgery. The team website maintained that he will be ready for the start of training camp, and Vermillion said Newton can throw with the team 16 weeks after surgery if everything goes as planned. (Charlotte Observer)

FFToday's Take: Newton originally injured his shoulder back in December and the team took a wait-and-see approach, hoping the injury would heal in the off-season with rehab. His timetable should allow him to throw at the end of July, right around the time training camp begins.
Jets give Josh McCown one-year deal
$6 million deal fully guaranteed
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 20 2017, 7:45 pm

New York Jets
The quarterback-needy New York Jets finally added experience to their young depth chart, signing Josh McCown to a one-year contract on Monday night. The $6 million deal is fully guaranteed, a source said. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: The Jets are looking for a long-term solution at the quarterback position but currently don't have one. McCown (37) will provide veteran leadership to Bryce Petty and Christian Hackenberg but it's difficult to get excited about the fantasy prospects of any QB on the Jets' roster.
Steelers add RB Knile Davis
Depth behind Bell
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 20 2017, 2:30 pm

Pittburgh Steelers
The Steelers pierced their relative silence in free agency by signing two backups - cornerback Coty Sensabaugh and halfback Knile Davis. Davis, 25, rushed for 805 yards over the past four seasons with two teams; he had a 3.2-yard average per carry. He also has returned kickoffs. (Pittsburgh Post Gazette)

FFToday's Take: DeAngelo Williams still remains available on the free agent market but for the time being Davis, Fitzgerald Toussaint, Roosevelt Nix and Trey Williams are the RBs on the roster behind Le'Veon Bell.
Raiders add QB EJ Manuel
Will back up Derek Carr
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 20 2017, 1:10 pm

Oakland Raiders
The Oakland Raiders have signed unrestricted free agent QB EJ Manuel, the club announced Monday. (Raiders.com)

FFToday's Take: Manuel appeared in parts of 5 games for Buffalo last season throwing zero TDs and zero INTs. He'll replace Matt McGloin as the backup to Derek Carr as McGloin tries to catch on with another team in free agency.
Raiders acquire TE Jared Cook
Two-year deal
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 16 2017, 6:08 pm

Oakland Raiders
The Oakland Raiders have agreed to a two-year contract with tight end Jared Cook, sources told ESPN on Thursday. The deal is valued at $12.2 million and includes a fully guaranteed first year of $5 million with an injury guarantee in the second, sources said. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: Cook was a key contributor to the Packers late last season and while QB Aaron Rodgers lobbied to have Cook return, he'll ultimately be wearing silver and black. He missed 6 games due to an ankle injury but had 13 catches, 182 yds and 2 TDs in the Divisional Playoff and Conference Championship games. He'll be on the TE2 radar in Oakland as the third receiving option behind Amari Cooper and Michael Crabtree.
Vikings fill RB void with Latavius Murray
Adrian Peterson era comes to an end
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 16 2017, 8:27 am

Minnesota Vikings
The Vikings early Thursday morning signed former Oakland Raiders running back Latavius Murray, and by doing so they likely closed the door on the Adrian Peterson era. Murray rushed for 2,278 yards and 20 touchdowns in his four years in Oakland, averaging 4.2 yards per carry. (Minneapolis Star Tribune)

FFToday's Take: Murray was a solid performer in Oakland but was part of a three-man committee last season capping his fantasy upside. In Minnesota he'll fill Adrian Peterson's big back role while sharing snaps with Jerick McKinnon. Minnesota's offensive line is a weak point in there offense meaning Murray will do well to achieve RB2 status in 2017.
Patriots add Rex Burkhead to backfield
Pats add depth at running back
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 14 2017, 5:04 pm

New England Patriots
The New England Patriots have signed former Bengals running back Rex Burkhead, the team announced Tuesday. Terms were not disclosed. He could be eyed to fill Brandon Bolden's role in New England as a reserve running back and special teamer. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: Or, he could help ease the loss of LeGarrette Blount as he tests the free agent market. In any case Burkhead brings more pass-catching ability than Blount and gives the Patriots yet another back in what's sure to be a frustrating situation for fantasy owners as Burkhead mixes in with Dion Lewis and James White.
Eddie Lacy lands one-year deal with Seahawks
$3 million fully guaranteed
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 14 2017, 12:30 pm

Seattle Seahawks
Running back Eddie Lacy has agreed to a one-year deal with the Seattle Seahawks, his agents said Tuesday. A source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter that the deal is worth $5.55 million, with $3 million fully guaranteed. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: Despite the signing it's expected that Jamaal Charles will visit the Seahawks on Wednesday. Lacy missed the majority of 2016 with an ankle injury playing in only five games but did rack up an impressive 5.1 yards per carry. This signing dampens the fantasy value of Thomas Rawls who's had injury problems of his own.
Cardinals re-sign RB Andre Ellington
One-year deal
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 13 2017, 2:03 pm

Arizona Cardinals
The Cardinals depth chart at running back became clearer on Monday with the news that Andre Ellington has re-signed with the team. Ellington, an unrestricted free agent, agreed to a one-year contract. Financial terms were not immediately available. (Arizona Republic)

FFToday's Take: The Cardinals are thin at the RB spot with only Kerywnn Williams behind rockstar David Johnson. With Johnson being used as a three-down workhorse the backup running back position in Arizona only worthy of a deep bench stash.
Nick Foles returns to Philadelphia
Two-year deal
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 13 2017, 7:46 am

Philadelphia Eagles
Former Chiefs' QB Nick Foles is returning to Philadelphia on 2-year deal, per sources. And now, questions about where Chase Daniels lands. (Adam Schefter on Twitter)

FFToday's Take: The deal includes $7 million guaranteed. Foles played three years for the Eagles from 2012-2014. He will now serve as a backup to Carson Wentz which means Chase Daniel is likely to be released or traded.
Cooks, Patriots deal gets done
Saints get Patriots 1st round pick in 2017
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 10 2017, 8:50 pm

New England Patriots
Continuing their aggressive offseason blitz, the New England Patriots have agreed to trade their 2017 first-round draft choice to the New Orleans Saints in exchange for receiver Brandin Cooks, sources tell ESPN's Dianna Russini. The first-round pick is No. 32 overall, the last selection of the round. The Patriots also will trade a third-round pick (No. 103) to New Orleans and receive the Saints' fourth-round pick (No. 118), sources tell Russini. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: This deal was rumored over the last couple days and now it's complete. The juicy part is CB Malcolm Butler remains in New England. The signing of Ted Ginn Jr. made a Cooks trade more likely and now the Patriots have acquired one of most explosive young receivers in the league. Michael Thomas and Willie Snead see their fantasy value inflated in New Orleans while Julian Edelman's value will take a hit in New England.
Kenneth Dixon hit with 4-game suspension
Violating NFL policy on PEDs
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 9 2017, 4:15 pm

Baltimore Ravens
RB Kenneth Dixon suspended first four games of 2017 for violating NFL policy on PEDs. (Adam Schefter on Twitter)

FFToday's Take: This will take some of the shine of Dixon's upcoming fantasy hype. Dixon would likely have the Week 1 starting running back in Baltimore but after this suspension and the likely addition of Danny Woodhead, Dixon's value takes a hit.
Eagles land Alshon Jeffery, one-year deal
One-year, $14 million
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 9 2017, 4:05 pm

Philadelphia Eagles
WR Alshon Jeffery is a 1-year deal for $14M to #Eagles. (Josina Anderson)

FFToday's Take: Jeffery reportedly had interest from the Vikings, Bears, and Colts but ultimately chose Philadelphia. He'll join Torrey Smith as new additions to the Eagles receiving corps. Jeffery has battled injury and suspension the last two years missing a total of 11 games during that span. He'll be a risky WR2 in redraft leagues on a team that likes to spread the ball to its running backs and tight ends in the passing game.
Redskins sign WR Terrelle Pryor
One-year deal
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 9 2017, 4:00 pm

Washington Redskins
After Terrelle Pryor left Washington Friday morning without a contract, the former Browns wide receiver ended up signing a one-year, $8 million contract with the Redskins Friday afternoon. (Washington Post)

FFToday's Take: After losing Desean Jackson (TB) and Pierre Garcon (SF) in free agency the Redskins have bolstered their receiving corps by signing Pryor who topped 1000 yards last season with the Browns finishing 22nd among fantasy wideouts. Pryor will compete with TE Jordan Reed and Jamison Crowder for targets and will be valued as a WR2/3 in redraft leagues.
Texans ship Brock Osweiler to Browns
Salary dump
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 9 2017, 3:36 pm

Cleveland Browns
Stunner: Texans trade Brock Osweiler AND 2018 2nd-rd pick to CLEV for Browns to take Osweiler contract off Houston books, sources tell ESPN. (Adam Schefter on Twitter)

FFToday's Take: You don't normally seem salary dumps of this magnitude but reportedly the Browns acquired Osweiler, a 2018 second-round pick and a 2017 sixth-round pick from the Texans. Houston received a 2017 fourth-round pick. This move paves the way for the Texans to go after Tony Romo.
Saints add Ted Ginn, Cooks on the move?
New Orleans adds deep threat
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 9 2017, 12:15 pm

New Orleans
Wide Receiver Ted Ginn Jr. is signing with the New Orleans Saints per sources. (Dianna Russini on Twitter)

FFToday's Take: Are the Saints swapping speedsters? Ted Ginn brings a vertical deep threat (and drops) to the Saints passing game but this move furthers strengthens rumors that Brandin Cooks will be traded. The Titans and Patriots have both expressed interest in the current Saints wide receiver.
QB Mike Glennon headed to Chicago
$19 million guaranteed
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 9 2017, 11:55 am

Chicgao Bears
The Chicago Bears are expected to sign Mike Glennon to a three-year deal, but that shouldn't stop them drafting a quarterback. Terms: Three-years, $45 million with $19 million guaranteed, per ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: Glennon is the frontrunner to be the Bears starting quarterback Week 1 although it remains to be seen what QB Chicago may target in the upcoming NFL Draft. Glennon has been stuck behind Jameis Winston accumulating just 11 pass attempts over the last two years. He'll be a backend QB2 in redraft leagues.
Eagles agree with WR Torrey Smith
Three-year deal
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 9 2017, 11:45 am

Philadelphia Eagles
The Eagles have signed wide receiver Torrey Smith to a three-year deal, the team announced Thursday. The deal is reportedly worth $15 million, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. The Eagles have just $14 million in salary cap space, so depending on how the deal is structured, this could be a big chunk of the Eagles' available money. (NJ.com)

FFToday's Take: It's been a rough couple of years for Smith in San Francisco (53 catches combined) but he has an opportunity to turn his career around with Carson Wentz in Philadelphia. The Eagles are desperate for play-making wide receivers and Smith is a good bet to land a starting role.
Browns to sign WR Kenny Britt
Still want to keep Pryor
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 9 2017, 10:27 am

Cleveland Browns
The Browns are signing former Rams receiver Kenny Britt today, a league source told cleveland.com, but they're still hoping to re-sign Terrelle Pryor. Britt, 28, will sign a four-year deal worth $32.5 million, a source said. (Cleveland Plain-Dealer)

FFToday's Take: Britt reportedly had serious interest from the Eagles as well. Britt is coming of his best season as a pro (68-1002-5) ranking 24th among fantasy wide receivers but goes from one struggling franchise to another. He'll do well to return WR3 value in 2017.
Bucs expected to sign WR DeSean Jackson
Tampa gets speed threat opposite Evans
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 9 2017, 7:31 am

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The #Bucs are expected to sign #Redskins WR DeSean Jackson, source said. A deal they’ve expected, but a big one. (Ian Rapoport on Twitter)

FFToday's Take: This move has been expected and it appears it will happen unless something unforeseen happens. The Bucs are in need of a speed threat opposite Mike Evans and Jackson certainly fits. He's averaged 18.8 ypc over the last three years.
Dolphins re-sign WR Kenny Stills
4 years, $20 million guaranteed
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 8 2017, 7:15 pm

Miami Dolphins
The Miami Dolphins have re-signed wide receiver Kenny Stills to a 4-year, $32 million deal that includes $20 million guaranteed, a source tells ESPN's Adam Schefter. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: Stills was vital part to the Dolphins passing game in 2016, working mainly as a deep threat recording 42 catches, 726 yards and 9 TDs on 17.3 ypc. All the talk the last couple weeks about Stills commanding $12 million a year was hogwash.