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  • IcemanIceman Posts: 5,783
    Nick Vigil LB, Los Angeles Chargers
    Chargers signed LB Nick Vigil, formerly of the Bengals, to a one-year contract.

    Vigil played at least 672 snaps each of the past three years, culminating in a career-high 985 last season. That's good, but Vigil's production did not merit every-down usage. He should have his playing time dialed back in Los Angeles, though the linebacker corps is the weak link of the Bolts' defense. Vigil turns 27 in August.
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    Cincinnati Bengals

    Source: Adam Caplan on Twitter
    Mar 24, 2020, 4:55 PM ET
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    Shilique Calhoun DL, New England Patriots
    Patriots re-signed OLB Shilique Calhoun.

    The ex-Raider appeared in 15 games last season, playing 266 snaps on defense. The 28-year-old also featured on special teams. Calhoun should be returning to a similar role in 2020.
    Source: Aaron Wilson on Twitter
    Mar 24, 2020, 4:51 PM ET
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    Robby Anderson WR, Carolina Panthers
    Panthers signed WR Robby Anderson, formerly of the Jets, to a two-year, $20 million contract.

    Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, the deal includes $12 million in 2020. Anderson will be reuniting with coach Matt Rhule, whom he played for at Temple. A field stretcher who can also do work underneath, Anderson unquestionably makes the Panthers better, and will be an upgrade on slow-developing Curtis Samuel opposite D.J. Moore. It is an absolutely atrocious landing spot from a fantasy perspective, however, as Moore and Christian McCaffrey should dominate targets from a conservative Teddy Bridgewater. Anderson will have a hard time upgrading on the WR2/3 limbo he was often stuck in with the Jets.
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    New York Jets

    Source: Adam Schefter on Twitter
    Mar 24, 2020, 3:37 PM ET
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 5,783
    Cam Newton QB, Unsigned Free Agent
    Panthers released QB Cam Newton.

    The No. 1 overall pick of the 2011 draft departs Carolina as one of the best players in franchise history. Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, Newton took and passed a physical on Monday. Newton's past two seasons have been wrecked by foot and shoulder issues. Formerly an iron man, Newton's aggressive style of play has partly caught up with him, though he is only 30 years old. Growing more efficient as a passer in recent years, Newton still provides sky-high upside as a dual-threat. The teams with the biggest need at quarterback are the Chargers and Patriots. The Athletic's Jeff Howe reports the Patriots do not have "any immediate interest."
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    Carolina Panthers

    Mar 24, 2020, 3:24 PM ET
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 5,783
    Peyton Barber RB, Washington Redskins
    Redskins signed RB Peyton Barber, formerly of the Bucs, to a two-year, $3 million contract.

    The deal includes $600,000 guaranteed. One of the most plodding runners in the league, Barber will serve as experienced depth behind an ancient Adrian Peterson and injury-prone Derrius Guice. Barber is capable of doing a little bit of everything as a running back, but the problem is that he's not above average at any of it. The 26-year-old should not be considered guaranteed to crack the Redskins' 53-man roster, though he will definitely be given the benefit of the doubt.
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    Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    Source: Jeremy Fowler on Twitter
    Mar 24, 2020, 3:20 PM ET
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    Travis Benjamin WR, San Francisco 49ers
    49ers signed WR Travis Benjamin, formerly of the Chargers, to a one-year contract.

    A pure deep threat who turned 30 in December, Benjamin saw his production decline throughout his four years with the Chargers. He spent much of 2019 on injured reserve with a quad injury. Although in theory it is one of his primary skills, Benjamin was used sparingly as a return man over the past two seasons. Kyle Shanahan is the sort of coach who could easily make Benjamin useful on offense again, but it is not going to translate to 2020 fantasy value.
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    Los Angeles Chargers

    Source: Ian Rapoport on Twitter
    Mar 24, 2020, 3:08 PM ET
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    Phillip Dorsett WR, Seattle Seahawks
    Seahawks signed WR Phillip Dorsett, formerly of the Patriots, to a one-year contract.

    27-year-old Dorsett posted the second most yards of his career last season (397), but it was little help for the Pats' crazy-thin receiver corps. He has proven to be a pure depth option, one who does not contribute as a return man on special teams. Dorsett should nevertheless have a role on offense for the Seahawks, who always have a pure situational deep threat or two.
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    New England Patriots

    Source: Josina Anderson on Twitter
    Mar 24, 2020, 3:02 PM ET
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 5,783
    Isaiah McKenzie WR, Buffalo Bills
    Bills re-signed WR Isaiah McKenzie.

    24-year-old McKenzie made eight starts for the Bills last year, totaling career-highs in catches (27) and receiving yards (254) behind John Brown, Duke Williams, and Zay Jones (the latter who was since traded to Las Vegas). He'll return strictly as depth and compete with Robert Foster for the No. 4 spot among Buffalo's depth chart this upcoming season.
    Mar 24, 2020, 12:52 PM ET
  • WTCMWTCM Posts: 12,073
    Iceman said:

    Phillip Dorsett WR, Seattle Seahawks
    Seahawks signed WR Phillip Dorsett, formerly of the Patriots, to a one-year contract.

    27-year-old Dorsett posted the second most yards of his career last season (397), but it was little help for the Pats' crazy-thin receiver corps. He has proven to be a pure depth option, one who does not contribute as a return man on special teams. Dorsett should nevertheless have a role on offense for the Seahawks, who always have a pure situational deep threat or two.
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    New England Patriots

    Source: Josina Anderson on Twitter
    Mar 24, 2020, 3:02 PM ET

    This only hurts Lockett's stock imo. Metcalf should run wild soon.
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  • HellAtlanticHellAtlantic Posts: 1,278
    I guess I missed the Dorsett news. Wondering if this is positive news now for N’Keal Harry, moving up the death chart it seems. Or, at very least, seems Dorset’s target share won’t step on feet of Harry
  • Obviously, the biggest question for N’Keal is who will be throwing the ball to him.

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    Iceman said:

    Phillip Dorsett WR, Seattle Seahawks
    Seahawks signed WR Phillip Dorsett, formerly of the Patriots, to a one-year contract.

    27-year-old Dorsett posted the second most yards of his career last season (397), but it was little help for the Pats' crazy-thin receiver corps. He has proven to be a pure depth option, one who does not contribute as a return man on special teams. Dorsett should nevertheless have a role on offense for the Seahawks, who always have a pure situational deep threat or two.
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    New England Patriots

    Source: Josina Anderson on Twitter
    Mar 24, 2020, 3:02 PM ET

    This only hurts Lockett's stock imo. Metcalf should run wild soon.
    As a Lockett owner, that definitely gives me something to give me pause about, but I’m not worried.

  • IcemanIceman Posts: 5,783
    Ndamukong Suh DL, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    Bucs re-signed DT Ndamukong Suh to a one-year, $8 million contract.

    Keeping the defense together was one of the priorities for Tampa Bay this offseason. The Bucs tagged sacks leader Shaq Barrett and re-signed opposite edge rusher Jason Pierre-Paul to a two-year deal. Suh, 33, logged 874 highly effective defensive snaps last season, grading out as Pro Football Focus' No. 30 interior lineman out of 119 qualifiers, en route to 2.5 sacks, four fumble recoveries, and a pair of touchdowns. Suh isn't the dominant force he once was, but he remains a strong interior player.
    Source: Adam Schefter on Twitter
    Mar 25, 2020, 2:12 PM ET
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    Anthony Zettel DL, Minnesota Vikings
    Vikings signed DE Anthony Zettel, formerly of the 49ers.

    Zettel, 27, will be making his seventh stop since 2016. He started last season with the Bengals before latching on with the Niners just before Christmas. Zettel even played 14 defensive snaps in the Super Bowl. He hasn't recorded a sack since notching 6.5 in 2017 with Detroit.
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    San Francisco 49ers

    Mar 25, 2020, 1:42 PM ET
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    Dontari Poe DL, Dallas Cowboys
    Cowboys agreed to terms with DT Dontari Poe, formerly of the Panthers.

    This deal has been in the works all week and is expected to get done. New coach Mike McCarthy wanted to get bigger on the interior defensive line this offseason, and the additions of a couple former Panthers in Poe and Gerald McCoy does just that. Poe is no longer the every-down interior force he was back in his Chiefs days, but he's still a formidable presence at 6'3/346 headed into his age-30 season.
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    Carolina Panthers

    Source: Ian Rapoport on Twitter
    Mar 25, 2020, 1:08 PM ET
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 5,783
    LeShaun Sims DB, Cincinnati Bengals
    Bengals signed CB LeShaun Sims, formerly of the Titans.

    Cincinnati has almost completely overhauled its cornerback room, adding Trae Waynes, Mackensie Alexander, and Sims, while saying goodbye to Darqueze Dennard. Dre Kirkpatrick could even be on his way out. Sims played 332 defensive snaps for Tennessee in 2019 but received really poor coverage marks from Pro Football Focus. He's a nickel- or dime-package player.
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    Tennessee Titans

    Source: Paul Dehner on Tw
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    Donald Parham TE, Los Angeles Chargers
    Chargers signed TE Donald Parham, formerly of the XFL's Dallas Renegades, to a two-year contract.

    Parham, 22, went undrafted out of Stetson last April and latched on with the Redskins before failing to make it to final cuts. He spent a few days on the Skins' practice squad in September. Parham was a beast in the XFL, however, towering at 6'8/243. He was third in the league in receiving yards with 307 when the league shut down for COVID-19, turning in a voluminous 24-307-4 line across five games. Parham dominated the Pioneer League in college, leading all D-1 and D-2 tight ends in catches per game and receiving yards per game as a senior. Parham also tore up his Pro Day with a 4.67 forty and 38.5-inch vertical with a 10-foot-5 broad jump. He'll compete for a job behind Hunter Henry for the Chargers.
    Source: NFL Draft Diamonds
    Mar 25, 2020, 1:19 PM ET
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    Vonn Bell DB, Cincinnati Bengals
    Bengals signed S Vonn Bell, formerly of the Saints, to a three-year contract.

    It's another splash on defense for Cincinnati as Bell will join former Texans run-stuffer D.J. Reader, CB Trae Waynes, Xavier Su’a-Filo, CB Mackensie Alexander, LB Josh Bynes, and corner LeShaun Sims among the team's free agency additions for that unit. Bell, one of the league's best safeties in the box and against the run, will replace SS Shawn Williams across from Jessie Bates. The 25-year-old addition totaled 178 tackles across 29 appearances for New Orleans in the last two seasons.
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    New Orleans Saints

    Source: Ian Rapoport on Twitter
    Mar 25, 2020, 2:18 PM ET
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    Germain Ifedi G, Chicago Bears
    Bears signed OL Germain Ifedi, formerly of the Seahawks, to a one-year contract.

    This was expected following the addition of ex-Jets RT Brandon Shell to Seattle's O-line. Ifedi lined up (and struggled mightily) at right tackle for the Seahawks last year but will likely shift to right guard to replace retired interior blocker Kyle Long. Perhaps the change in position will help Ifedi. He joins Charles Leno, James Daniels, Cody Whitehair, and Bobby Massie in protecting Nick Foles/Mitchell Trubisky.
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    Seattle Seahawks

    Source: Ian Rapoport on Twitter
    Mar 25, 2020, 2:26 PM ET
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    Patrick Onwuasor LB, New York Jets
    Jets signed LB Patrick Onwuasor, formerly of the Ravens.

    Onwuasor lost his starting job with the Ravens last year but still mustered three sacks to bring his four-year total with Baltimore to 9.5. He'll reunite with former teammate C.J. Mosley, who Jets GM Joe Douglas signed to a massive five-year contract from Baltimore just last year. With both Avery Williamson and Mosley coming off serious injuries, it's possible Onwuasor finds himself in New York's starting lineup out of camp.
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    Baltimore Ravens

    Source: Ian Rapoport on Twitter
    Mar 25, 2020, 2:35 PM ET
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    Mike Pennel DL, Kansas City Chiefs
    Chiefs re-signed DT Mike Pennel to a one-year contract.

    Pennel wanted to defend his Super Bowl win with Kansas City despite having other offers. In 2019, Pennel appeared in eight regular season games and made 24 tackles as an interior defensive lineman. He'll be a run-stuffer going into his age-29 season.
    Source: Tom Pelissero on Twitter
    Mar 24, 2020, 9:39 PM ET
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    Anthony Sherman RB, Kansas City Chiefs
    Chiefs re-signed FB Anthony Sherman to a one-year contract.

    Sherman has been with Kansas City since 2013 and will continue operating as a run-blocker in short-yardage packages. Sherman also adds value with his special teams reps.
    Source: Terez Paylor on Twitter
    Mar 24, 2020, 9:47 PM ET
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    Janoris Jenkins DB, New Orleans Saints
    Saints signed CB Janoris Jenkins to a two-year, $16.75 million extension through 2022.

    This was mainly a way to open up cap space for 2020, but the Saints like Jenkins enough after acquiring him off waivers from the Giants late last season. Jenkins is entering his age-32 season but received really strong marks from Pro Football Focus in three games with New Orleans. He gives the Saints a capable starter opposite No. 1 corner Marshon Lattimore.
    Source: Ian Rapoport on Twitter
    Mar 25, 2020, 10:03 AM ET
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    Allen Bailey DL, Atlanta Falcons
    Falcons signed DL Allen Bailey to a one-year, $4.5 million extension through 2021.

    Bailey gets a $3.25 million signing bonus up front, and the deal creates some 2020 cap space for the Falcons. Bailey, 33 today, received plus marks from Pro Football Focus for both his run defense and pass-rush push on 511 defensive snaps last season.
    Source: Tom Pelissero on Twitter
    Mar 25, 2020, 10:09 AM ET
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    Blake Bell TE, Dallas Cowboys
    Cowboys signed TE Blake Bell, formerly of the Chiefs, to a one-year contract.

    Heavily used as a blocker for the Super Bowl champs, Bell was in on 483 snaps as an inline blocker while Travis Kelce did a bunch of work out of the slot. Bell, a former fourth-rounder of the 49ers in 2015, has carved out a nice role in the NFL, but he doesn't catch many passes. He posted an 11-91-1 line last season and will fall in behind Blake Jarwin in Dallas.
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    Kansas City Chiefs

    Source: Todd Archer on Twitter
    Mar 25, 2020, 10:59 AM ET
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    Tajae Sharpe WR, Minnesota Vikings
    Vikings signed WR Tajae Sharpe, formerly of the Titans, to a one-year, $1 million contract.

    Sharpe gives the Vikings a potential starting option opposite Adam Thielen on what is a thin depth chart at the position. The former fifth-rounder turns 26 later this year. Once a starter for the Titans after a strong rookie camp, Sharpe became more of a role player in Tennessee last year after the emergence of A.J. Brown and signing of Adam Humphries. Sharpe has good size at 6'2/194 and has a career 92-1,167-8 line across 47 games (29 starts). Look for Minnesota to address wideout in the draft.
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    Tennessee Titans

    Source: Ian Rapoport on Twitter
    Mar 25, 2020, 11:29 AM ET
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    Nickell Robey-Coleman DB, Philadelphia Eagles
    Eagles signed CB Nickell Robey-Coleman, formerly of the Rams.

    This another big get for the Eagles' secondary. After acquiring stud boundary corner Darius Slay from the Lions, Philly now adds slot man Robey-Coleman, who was Pro Football Focus' No. 19 cover corner out of 128 qualifiers last season. Robey-Coleman is tiny at 5'8/180, but he uses every bit of his size and plays really strong run defense on the inside on top of his cover skills. The Eagles' back end has gotten much stronger with the additions of Slay and NRC.
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    Los Angeles Rams

    Source: Josina Anderson on Twitter
    Mar 25, 2020, 1:04 PM ET
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    Zach Kerr DL, Carolina Panthers
    Panthers signed DT Zach Kerr, formerly of the Cardinals, to a two-year contract.

    The 29-year-old pickup would normally be viewed as a depth piece, but the losses of Gerald McCoy and Dontari Poe in the open market could force Kerr into an important role early. He totaled 19 tackles in Arizona last year, soaking up 328 defensive snaps across 12 appearances off their bench.
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    Arizona Cardinals

    Source: Field Yates on Twitter
    Mar 25, 2020, 5:03 PM ET
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    Donald Parham TE, Los Angeles Chargers
    Chargers signed TE Donald Parham, formerly of the XFL's Dallas Renegades, to a two-year contract.

    Parham, 22, went undrafted out of Stetson last April and latched on with the Redskins before failing to make it to final cuts. He spent a few days on the Skins' practice squad in September. Parham was a beast in the XFL, however, towering at 6'8/243. He was third in the league in receiving yards with 307 when the league shut down for COVID-19, turning in a voluminous 24-307-4 line across five games. Parham dominated the Pioneer League in college, leading all D-1 and D-2 tight ends in catches per game and receiving yards per game as a senior. Parham also tore up his Pro Day with a 4.67 forty and 38.5-inch vertical with a 10-foot-5 broad jump. He'll compete for a job behind Hunter Henry for the Chargers.
    Source: NFL Draft Diamonds
    Mar 25, 2020, 1:19 PM ET

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    Sheldon Day DL, San Francisco 49ers
    Colts signed DT Sheldon Day, formerly of the 49ers, to a one-year contract.

    He'll reunite with former teammate DeForest Buckner, both who opened Super Bowl LIV as the Niners' starting defensive tackles. Day actually started the last five games for San Francisco last season, totaling six tackles (including three in the team's postseason run) with the extended opportunity. He'll be leveraged as a rotational run-stuffing presence ahead of backup DT Grover Stewart.
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    San Francisco 49ers

    Source: Tom Pelissero on Twitter
    Mar 25, 2020, 5:40 PM ET
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