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Knowshon Moreno lands in Miami
One-year deal
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 27 2014, 3:08 pm

Miami Dolphins
The Miami Dolphins can officially end the team's search for an all-purpose tailback. The Dolphins have signed former Denver Broncos starter Knowshon Moreno to a one-year deal, which will likely make him the front runner to serve as Miami's starting tailback in 2014. (Sun Sentinel)

FFToday's Take: Moreno was our top-rated free agent running back available and there was speculation that after finding a cool market for his services, he might return to the Broncos. Last season was Moreno's best as a pro (1587 total yds, 13 TDs) on his way to a top-five ranking among all fantasy RBs. With a weaker offense in Miami, Moreno will slip to RB2 status assuming he wins the starting job. This move ripples down to Broncos running back Montee Ball, who will now be drooled over as a breakout candidate in 2014.
Rams add QB Shaun Hill
Team still expected to take a QB in upcoming Draft
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 26 2014, 3:35 pm

St. Louis Rams
The Rams have agreed to terms on a one-year deal with Detroit free-agent quarterback Shaun Hill. Although the team is still expected to select a quarterback somewhere in the upcoming draft, Hill gives the Rams a veteran backup behind starter Sam Bradford. (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

FFToday's Take: The Rams were linked to Hill over the last couple weeks and now the former backup to Matthew Stafford will be the backup to Sam Bradford. Hill has appeared in just four games over the last three seasons.
70% of carries for Zac Stacy
Head coach likes his second-year RB
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 26 2014, 1:27 pm

St. Louis Rams
Fisher, on RB Zac Stacy's evolving role with Rams: "I think over time, he'll probably be that 70-percent of the carries guy." (Jim Thomas)

FFToday's Take: I guess the time is now? Stacy had 70.6% of the running back carries last season for the Rams and without a proven backup, he'll likely be in for a similar role in 2014. Stacy had 250 carries last season in thirteen games. He'll be a solid RB2 with upside in fantasy drafts this summer.
InjuryJulio Jones rehab update
Running, ahead of schedule
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 26 2014, 8:13 am

Atlanta Falcons
Falcons coach Mike Smith said wide receiver Julio Jones is running and is ahead of schedule. Whatís his timetable for a full return? "Thatís a decision thatís going to be made by the doctors who did the procedure on his return to play,Ē Smith said. ďI know that heíll get out there as soon as the doctors give him the OK. But heís progressing very well through his rehab. The return to play is strictly going to be a decision thatís going to be made by the medical staff. I fully anticipate that long-term heís going to be ready to go." (Atlanta Journal Constitution)

FFToday's Take: Julio injured his foot in early October, the same foot that he previously injured at the Combine. It sounds like the star receiver is on track for the off-season program and should be a training camp participant in July. Jones averaged 14.1 FPts in his five games last season, ranking him 5th among wide receivers.
InjuryColston's foot still an issue
Saints wideout will have limited practice time this season
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 26 2014, 6:28 am

New Orleans
Payton said Marques Colston dealt with foot soreness throughout the season, and will have to monitor his practice time this season. (Larry Holder via Twitter)

FFToday's Take: It sounds like Colston will have to deal with his foot problem again this season, giving him a permanent red flag next to his name of fantasy cheatsheets. Colston played in 15 games last season and finished 27th among fantasy wideouts in 2013 with 75 catches, 943 yards and 5 TDs... a step down from his previous two seasons. He'll be a WR3 in 2014 as the second option in the Saints passing game.
DJax staying in Philadelphia?
Receiver telling teammates he's staying
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 25 2014, 11:56 am

Philadelphia Eagles
In the latest twist of As DeSean Jackson Turns, the wide receiver called a few teammates on Tuesday morning to tell them he was staying with the Eagles a day after he spoke with coach Chip Kelly, a source close to the situation told The Inquirer. Last week, three NFL sources told The Inquirer that the Eagles were actively shopping the Pro Bowl receiver. There were also reports that the New York Jets, Raiders, Panthers, 49ers and Seahawks had expressed some interest in Jackson. (Philadelphia Inquirer)

FFToday's Take: Head coach Chip Kelly is scheduled to speak with the media on Wednesday and perhaps he'll shed some light on the situation. The Eagles reportedly wanted a third-round pick for Jackson but it doesn't appear there are any takers at that price along with Jackson's salary of over $10 million in 2014. More twists and turns on this story to come...
Jags want Gerhart to be bell-cow RB
Coach has high hopes for former Vikings RB
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 24 2014, 9:39 am

Jacksonville Jaguars
I asked Gus Bradley if Toby Gerhart would be his bell-cow back. 'That's what we hope to see ... we like what we saw on tape.' (Marc Sessler via Twitter)

FFToday's Take: The Jags signed Gerhart to a three-year deal worth $10.5 million with $4.5 million guaranteed earlier this month. Opportunity is going drive Gerhart's fantasy value this summer and he should be taken as an RB3 once mock draft season heats up. Gerhart has spent the last four seasons behind Adrian Peterson in Minnesota.
InjuryBucs WR Williams stabbed in thigh
Treated and released
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 23 2014, 8:00 pm

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Williams was hospitalized after being stabbed in the thigh Sunday afternoon in his Tampa home. Williams' brother is suspected in the stabbing and is being sought by police. The Tampa Bay Times reported Williams was treated for a relatively minor laceration at St. Joseph's Hospital and released. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: The injury doesn't appear serious but Williams' off-field issues are a concern. There's a pattern here and it's disturbing. No one is bigger than this football team," new Bucs coach Lovie Smith said in February. "He has to understand that." Despite signing a six-year, $40.25 million contract at the beginning of last season, Williams needs to get on a better path if he wants to have a long career in the NFL.
Raiders expected to trade for Schaub
Texans to get late-round pick
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 21 2014, 9:00 am

Houston Texans
The Oakland Raiders will trade a late-round pick in the 2014 NFL draft to the Houston Texans in exchange for quarterback Matt Schaub, a league source told ESPN. Schaub, who has a $14.5 million salary-cap figure and a $10 million base salary for 2014, became expendable when the Texans signed former Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick to a two-year deal Thursday night. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: The Raiders currently have Terrelle Pryor, Matt McGloin and Trent Edwards on the roster. Oakland had been rumored to be QB shopping with their No. 5 draft pick but this move will cast some doubt on which position they'll take with their top pick. Houston is also QB shopping with their No.1 overall selection.
Jason Campbell to backup Dalton
Bengals sign veteran QB to one-year deal
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 19 2014, 9:15 pm

Cincinnati Bengals
The Bengals were looking for a veteran to backup Andy Dalton. They found one with a connection to the program in Jason Campbell. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported late Wednesday night Cincinnati signed the former Browns quarterback to a one-year deal to play behind Andy Dalton. (

FFToday's Take: Campbell is familiar with offensive coordinator Hue Jackson from their time in Oakland. Campbell comes from Cleveland where played roughly half the 2013 season, throwing 11 TDs and 8 INTs.
Titans release Kicker Rob Bironas
85.7 % for his career
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 19 2014, 8:00 pm

Tennessee Titans
In cutting kicker Rob Bironas, the Titans are hoping to get a younger, stronger leg while saving a good chunk of money under the salary cap as well. Bironas connected on 85.7 percent of his attempts (239 of 279) over his nine seasons with Tennessee. (The Tennessean)

FFToday's Take: Bironas was set to make around $3 million this season. His average length of kickoff has dropped in recent years. The Titans will likely go with an young, unproven kicker in 2014 but aren't expected to select one in the upcoming draft.
Eagles want 3rd-round pick for DJax
49ers and Patriots have inquired
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 18 2014, 6:00 pm

Philadelphia Eagles
The Eagles might not be actively shopping DeSean Jackson but theyíre picking up the phone and listening to offers. The team has taken inquiries from the 49ers and Patriots, Gunn has learned from a league source, and notified the Pro Bowl wideout early last week that itís not shopping him but is listening to potential suitors. Also according to the source, the Eagles are seeking at least a third-round pick. (

FFToday's Take: Jackson had his best year as a pro in Chip Kelly's offense registering 82 catches, 1332 yards and 9 TDs and ranking 10th among fantasy wide receivers with 187.4 FPts. Jackson's me-first attitude might rub coach Kelly the wrong way but it also makes him difficult to deal... along with his contract. Jackson is owed $10.25 million in base salary in 2014.
InjuryCam Newton out four months
Carolina QB will have ankle surgery
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 18 2014, 4:00 pm

Carolina Panthers
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton will undergo ankle surgery Wednesday, the team confirmed Tuesday. According to the team, the recovery will take up to four months, which coincides with the start of training camp. (Charlotte Observer)

FFToday's Take: Newton battled an ankle issue during the latter stages of the 2013 season. Rest did not cure the situation so surgery to "tighten up the ligaments" is now on the table. The timetable should allow for Newton to be back on the field for the start of training camp but he'll miss valuable time with whatever receivers the Panthers add to the roster between now and then.
Bengals won't match offer for Hawkins
Browns get new slot receiver
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 18 2014, 3:30 pm

Cincinnati Bengals
Former Bengals wide receiver Andrew Hawkins waited six long years to become a Brown, but better later than never. The Bengals announced Tuesday that they decided not to match the Browns offer to the restricted free agent. The Browns pursued him in free agency this year to fill the slot role vacated by recently-released Davone Bess. (

FFToday's Take: The Browns front-loaded their offer, including a $3.8 million signing bonus and $10.8 million over the first two years causing the Bengals not to match. Hawkins is a nice addition for the Browns who need someone to take pressure off of Josh Gordon and TE Jordan Cameron. Depending on how the QB situation shakes out, Hawkins can have WR4 value in the Browns offense.
Manningham back in New York
Recevier returns to Giants
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 18 2014, 12:45 pm

New York Giants
In their plan to reload for the future, the Giants have welcomed back an old friend from the past. Mario Manningham, the team's former third-round pick will return to the team on a one-year deal, according to a person familiar with the situation. After leaving for San Francisco on a two-year, $7.375 million deal following the team's 2011 Super Bowl run, Manningham played in just 18 games, and scored just one touchdown. He ended both seasons on injured reserve with knee issues. (

FFToday's Take: Manningham has been off the fantasy radar during his time in San Francisco due to injuries. Back with Giants, he'll add depth to a receiving corps that just lost Hakeem Nicks to the Colts. Manningham will have minimal fantasy value in WR5 territory as he slides in behind Victor Cruz and Rueben Randle on the depth chart.
RB Starks re-signs with Packers
Two-year deal
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 18 2014, 12:25 pm

Green Bay Packers
Free agent running back James Starks has re-signed with the Green Bay Packers on a two-year deal, a source confirmed late Monday night. Through hamstring, toe and knee injuries, the 2010 seventh-round pick has been a rugged, productive back in Green Bay. When healthy, he's a decisive, slashing runner Mike McCarthy values. (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

FFToday's Take: Starks has had trouble staying healthy but will return to the Pack in a backup role behind Eddie Lacy and will be first off the bench ahead of Johnathan Franklin. Starks received interest from a couple other teams including the Steelers who are looking for a change of pace back behind Le'Veon Bell.
James Jones headed to Oakland
Former Packers' WR joins Raiders
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 17 2014, 4:30 pm

Oakland Raiders
The Raiders added a productive veteran to their wide receiving corps Monday with the addition of James Jones. Jones, 29, played seven seasons for Green Bay, catching 310 passes for 4,305 yards and and 37 touchdowns as a target for both Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers. (Inside Bay Area)

FFToday's Take: Jones will likely crack the starting lineup but his fantasy value remains steady given the punchless offense and lack of a proven QB in Oakland. Rod Streater led the team in receiving last season with 60 receptions and 888 receiving yards.
Cowboys sign QB Brandon Weeden
Former Browns QB headed to Dallas
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 17 2014, 3:00 pm

Dallas Cowboys
The Cowboys added another quarterback to their roster Wednesday, signing Brandon Weeden to a two-year contract, multiple sources confirmed. Weeden, who also talked with Baltimore and Cincinnati last week, will make $570,000 in 2014 and $660,000 in 2015. Cleveland, the team that released him earlier this month, still owes Weeden $2.1 million in guaranteed money. (Dallas Morning News)

FFToday's Take: The 30 year-old QB may backup Tony Romo (back) as Kyle Orton, who remains under contract, is contemplating retirement. The Cowboys carried only two quarterbacks last season. Weeden will only have significant fantasy value if Tony Romo is injured during 2014.
Seahwaks re-sign K Hauschka
Three-year deal
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 17 2014, 12:30 pm

Seattle Seahawks
The Seattle Seahawks have re-signed kicker Steve Hauschka to a three-year contract worth $9.1 million, sources confirmed Monday. The deal includes $3.3 million in guaranteed money, according to sources. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: Hauschka finished 4th among fantasy kickers in 2013 with 143 FPts. He'll be a solid K1 in 2014.
Emmanuel Sanders signs with DEN
Three-year deal
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 16 2014, 2:45 am

Denver Broncos
The Denver Broncos have signed wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders to a three-year contract, the team announced. Sanders' deal is worth $18 million, with $6 million guaranteed, the receiver said in a text to ESPN's Josina Anderson. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: The Broncos would like Sanders to be able to play both in the slot and the outside receiver position. He'll replace Eric Decker and has WR2 upside in the Broncos offense. Sanders reportedly had agreed to terms with Chiefs but continued shopping his services, a tactic that is causing a stir among front office types around the league.
Browns add RB Ben Tate
Two-year deal
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 15 2014, 3:15 pm

Cleveland Browns
The Browns filled the void they've had at running back since they traded Trent Richardson last season by signing former Texans running back Ben Tate on Saturday. The deal is for two years and worth about $7 million, sources told NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. (Cleveland Plain Dealer)

FFToday's Take: The Browns have basically been without a running back since they traded Trent Richardson to the Colts. Tate battled a rib injury last season but will be penciled in as the Week 1 starter with only Dion Lewis (broken leg), Edwin Baker and Fozzy Whitaker round out the Browns running back group. Tate will have RB2 fantasy upside.
Edelman returns to Patriots
Led team in receiving last season
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 15 2014, 3:10 pm

New England Patriots
Julian Edelman agreed to return to the New England Patriots on Saturday after testing the open market. Edelman had re-signed with the Patriots last offseason, taking a one-year deal worth a shade over $1 million if he reached all incentives (which he did). (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: The Pats needed to get this deal done and they did. Edelman led the Patriots last year with 105 receptions, 1056 yards and 6 TDs and finished 18th among fantasy wideouts. He likely won't repeat those numbers in 2014 without injuries to other key members of the Pats receiving corps. He's a WR3 with WR2 potential in PPR leagues.
Titans release QB Fitzpatrick
Charlie Whitehurst will backup Jake Locker
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 14 2014, 2:45 pm

Tennessee Titans
The Titans have officially informed QB Ryan Fitzpatrick he's been released. (Jim Wyatt via Twitter)

FFToday's Take: Charlie Whitehurst was signed earlier this week and will be the backup to Jake Locker. Fitzpatrick started nine games last season and shouldn't have a difficult time catching on with a new team considering the lack of depth in the QB free agent class. Fitzpatrick is 31 years old.
Lions keep TE Pettigrew
Four-year, $16-million deal, $8 million guaranteed
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 14 2014, 8:21 am

Detroit Lions
Brandon Pettigrew agreed to a four-year, $16-million deal with the Lions on Thursday that includes $8 million guaranteed. Heís en route to Detroit this morning to take a physical and sign his contract. (Detroit Free Press)

FFToday's Take: Pettigrew has been on a slippery slope downward the last two seasons and fell to 41 catches, 416 yards and 2 TDs in 2013. With all the receiving weapons in Detroit, Pettigrew will check in as a low-end TE2 for 2014.
Arians reels in RB Jonathan Dwyer
Former Steelers RB signs with Cardinals
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 12 2014, 9:00 pm

Arizona Cardinals
Defensive end Al Woods signed with the Tennessee Titans, halfback Jonathan Dwyer signed with the Arizona Cardinals and tight end David Johnson signed with the San Diego Chargers. (Post Gazette)

FFToday's Take: Dwyer and Bruce Arians are connected through their time spent with the Steelers so this signing is one of familiarity. The Cardinals were in need of another running back after Rashard Mendenhall decided to retire. Dwyer is expected to backup Andre Ellington in 2014.
Golden Tate lands in Detroit
5-year deal, $13.25 million guaranteed
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 12 2014, 3:35 pm

Detroit Lions
The Detroit Lions got some much needed help for their receiving corps today, signing Golden Tate to a five-year contract. ESPN reported that Tateís deal is worth $31 million, with $13.25 million in guaranteed money. (Detroit Free Press)

FFToday's Take: Now that Nate Burleson has been released, Tate will slide into the starting lineup along side Calvin Johnson. While Tate moves into a pass-first offense he will have to share touches with two capable receiving running backs (Bush & Bell). The 900 yards and 5 TDs he scored in Seattle last season would be a good expectation in 2014.
Bucs want McCown to be starter
Newly signed QB gets coach's confidence
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 12 2014, 2:30 pm

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
So much for a quarterback controversy. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed former Bears quarterback Josh McCown to a two-year deal on Wednesday, and coach Lovie Smith wasted no time anointing McCown the starter for 2014. ďThere has to be a starting spot, a starting point, starting person that goes out there first and at quarterback for us, thatís going to be Josh,íí Smith said Wednesday. (Tampa Tribune)

FFToday's Take: McCown was serviceable as Jay Cutler's backup in Chicago but we'll see if he's up to the task of being a starter in Tampa. The Bucs don't have the offensive firepower or proven offensive guidance. He's a QB2 with upside.
Pierre Thomas gets 2-year extension
Saints keep leading running back in the mix
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 12 2014, 11:30 am

New Orleans
Pierre Thomas' extension keeps the running back under contract with the Saints through 2016, Smith said. Thomas initially was thought to possibly become a salary cap casualty, as his cap number for 2014 would have been $2.9 million, or trade bait. (Times-Picayune)

FFToday's Take: The biggest benefit for the Saints is the fact that Thomas' cap number for this season is reduced. Thomas led the Saints in rushing with only 549 yards but also had 77 receptions for 513 yards and 5 total TDs. He will compete with Khiry Robinson and Mark Ingram for touches in 2014.
Decker visiting Jets on Wednesday
Top wide receiver free agent on the market
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 12 2014, 9:00 am

New York Jets
Top free-agent receiver Eric Decker will meet with the Jets on Wednesday, NFL Media's Kimberly Jones reported. The Jets have a desperate need to add playmakers at the skill positions. A putrid corps of receivers in 2013 got even less star studded after the team jettisoned Santonio Holmes. (

FFToday's Take: Right now, the Jets have Jeremy Kerley, Stephen Hill and David Nelson as their top wideouts. They may be the most WR-needy team in the league.
Chargers sign RB Donald Brown
Ryan Mathews, Danny Woodhead still on roster
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 11 2014, 10:30 pm

San Diego Chargers
The Chargers have struck in free agency. After more than seven hours passed quietly, they agreed to terms Tuesday night with Donald Brown, sources said. The former Colts running back joins San Diego on a three-year deal worth $10.5 million, $4 million of which is guaranteed. (Union Tribune)

FFToday's Take: Ryan Mathews and Danny Woodhead are entering the final year of their contracts. Brown gives the Chargers more of a complete back as Woodhead is more of a receiver and Mathews more of runner. This three-headed monster will likely give fantasy owners fits in 2014.
Gerhart, Jags agree on three-year deal
$4.5 million guaranteed
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 11 2014, 9:30 pm

Jacksonville Jaguars
The Jacksonville Jaguars have found a new running back. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Tuesday night that Toby Gerhart has signed a three-year deal worth $10.5 million with $4.5 million guaranteed, according to a source informed of the deal. (

FFToday's Take: The former backup to Adrian Peterson lands in Jacksonville where he is now penciled in as a starter with only Jordan Todman on the roster. Longtime Jaguar Maurice Jones-Drew is not expected to be back with the team. Given the stagnant nature of the Jags offense, Gerhart is more of an RB3 even as a feature back.
Miles Austin released
Designated a post-June 1st cut
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 11 2014, 6:45 pm

Dallas Cowboys
The Dallas Cowboys have also decided to part ways with veteran wide receiver Miles Austin and will designate him as a post-June 1 cut, according to a source. Releasing Austin saves the Cowboys $5.5 million against the cap, but they donít get the credit on those savings until after June 1. That money will likely go toward the Cowboys signing their draft picks this year. (Dallas Morning News)

FFToday's Take: Austin's breakout season was in 2009 (81 catches, 1320 yards, 11 TDs) but hasn't come close to those numbers since. He's battled chronic hamstring injuries and will likely have to prove his worth on a one-year deal with another team.
Colts re-sign RB Ahmad Bradshaw
One-year deal
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 11 2014, 6:00 pm

Indianapolis Colts
The Coltsí commitment to a running game took one additional step Tuesday as Ahmad Bradshaw was signed as an unrestricted free agent. Bradshaw started two-of-three appearances in 2013 before a neck injury ended his season. (

FFToday's Take: Bradshaw has had serious foot problems throughout his career and added a neck injury this last season. He'll head into 2014 as Trent Richardson's backup as Donald Brown (free agent) isn't expected to return.
Raiders re-sign McFadden
One-year, $4 million deal
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 11 2014, 5:35 pm

Oakland Raiders
The Oakland Raiders have re-signed running back Darren McFadden to a one-year, $4 million deal, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. (ESPN)

FFToday's Take: It was believed that the Raiders were intent on keeping Rashad Jennings but instead Jennings is headed for New York and McFadden is back on a one-year deal. Expect the Raiders to add another running back soon.
Rashad Jennings headed to Giants
Ex-Raider could be starter in New York
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 11 2014, 5:30 pm

New York Giants
The Giants wasted little time addressing their contingency plan at running back, agreeing to terms with former Raiders running back Rashad Jennings. Jennings, 28, rushed for 733 yards and six touchdowns last year as a member of the Raiders. He has a career average of more than four yards per carry, which should help the Giants depleted running back corps. (Star-Ledger)

FFToday's Take: The Giants will re-sign RB Peyton Hillis to a two-year deal and David Wilson (neck) is under contract. Andre Brown is the odd-man out in this situation meaning Jennings should be a significant contributor in 2014 and could easily be the starter Week 1.
Jags trade QB Gabbert to 49ers
Jags receive 6th round pick
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 11 2014, 5:10 pm

Jacksonville Jaguars
GM Dave Caldwell traded Blaine Gabbert, the 10th-overall pick in the 2011 draft, to San Francisco on Tuesday for a sixth-round pick in Mayís draft and a conditional pick in 2015 based on playing time. (Florida Times Union)

FFToday's Take: Gabbert never grabbed ahold of the starting job in Jacksonville due to injury and poor play. His acumen as an NFL QB is in question but he will have an opportunity to rejuvenate his career in San Francisco under head coach Jim Harbaugh, in a run-first offense.
Titans add WR depth with McCluster
Three-year deal, $12 million
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 11 2014, 4:20 pm

Tennessee Titans
Going into free agency, Dexter McCluster didnít get a lot of attention but his acquisition by the Titans provides a hint of what new coach Ken Whisenhunt plans to do on offense. He can line up in the slot and create matchup problems. McCluster should solve the Titansí problems in the punt return game. (The Tennessean)

FFToday's Take: McCluster will fill the slot role for Ken Whisenhunt's offense and play a significant role on special teams but it's unlikely he'll be much of a fantasy force... a WR5 at best.
Bucs add former Giants' TE Myers
Two years, $4 million
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 11 2014, 4:15 pm

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers wasted absolutely no time in signing their first free agents of the offseason, adding defensive tackle Clinton McDonald (formerly of the Seahawks) and former Giants and Raiders tight end Brandon Myers. (The Pewter Plank)

FFToday's Take: Myers didn't come close to his 2012 season with the Raiders when totaled 79 catches for 806 yards. Even if new coach Lovie Smith favors Myers, he'll be a weak TE2 with the Bucs if he shares targets with fellow TE Tim Wright.
Redskins keep WR Santana Moss
One-year deal
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 11 2014, 4:00 pm

Washington Redskins
Wide receiver Santana Moss, right guard Shawn Lauvao and inside linebacker Adam Hayward each agreed to contracts with the Redskins in the minutes following the 4 p.m. start to the new league year. Moss, who spent the last nine seasons with the Redskins, agreed to a one-year contract to return to the team. (Washington Times)

FFToday's Take: Moss caught 42 passes for 452 yards and two touchdowns out of the slot last season. He'll assume that role again in 2014. Andre Roberts (ARI) is rumored to be close to a free agent deal with the Redskins
Broncos, Caldwell agree on deal
Two years
By: Mike Krueger | Mar 11 2014, 3:00 pm

Denver Broncos
The Broncos have reached an agreement with backup receiver Andre Caldwell on a two-year contract, according to a team source.Caldwell, who turns 29 next month, was the Broncos' No. 4 receiver last season; he was the No. 5 receiver in 2012. (Denver Post)

FFToday's Take: Caldwell will only become fantasy relevant if the Broncos suffer an injury in the receiving corps or Eric Decker walks in free agency. Caldwell had 16 catches for 200 yards and three touchdowns last season.