fantasy football bold predictions sleepers breakouts roku-amazon-tv-49-inch macbook pro amazon Blue-Yetti-USB-Mic 25-inch-lg-ultra-wide-monitor

FA Signings / Contract extensions

11112131517

Comments

  • WTCMWTCM Posts: 9,967
    It would have been awesome to see Wilson rebuild the Big Blue. However its nice to see a player play his entire career with one franchise, hopefully.
    I'm an asshole from:
    Montreal, Canada  image
    Also creator of this:
  • WTCM said:

    It would have been awesome to see Wilson rebuild the Big Blue. However its nice to see a player play his entire career with one franchise, hopefully.

    Too true on both counts!

  • chuckeycharleschuckeycharles Posts: 5,471

    WTCM said:

    It would have been awesome to see Wilson rebuild the Big Blue. However its nice to see a player play his entire career with one franchise, hopefully.

    Too true on both counts!
    Yup... as the owner of a single share, I just hope that he can stop RUNNING FOR HIS LIFE... even though he generates lots of fantasy points while scrambling
    10 Team Dynasty - All TDs = 6 / PassingYd = .04 / Rushing-ReceivingYd = .10 / No-PPR / No Bonus
    - - - - - - - - - - - Starting requirements = QB - RB - RB/WR - WR - WR/TE - TE - DST - K
    QB - Wilson, Luck, J. Allen, Carr, Rosen / RB - Zeke, Kamara, DJ, Bell, D.Cook, Samuels, Guice, L.Miller, D.Foreman
    WR - Hopkins, M.Thomas, AJG, A.Miller, Godwin, M.Williams, Foster / TE - Gronk, Gesicki, OJHoward, JonnuSmith
    DST - Ravens, Vikings / K - Lutz
    12 Team Dynasty - TDs = 4-6 / PassingYd 25=1 / Rushing-ReceivingYd 10=1 / PPR / Bonus 3 at 300-100
    - - - - - - - - - - - Starting requirements = QB - 2RB - 3WR - 1TE - 1FlexRWT - DST - K
    QB - Cousins, Trubisky, Darnold / RB - DJ, Ingram, K.Johnson, A.Jones, Crowell, JamaalWilliams, M.Davis
    WR - Hopkins, K.Allen, Baldwin, Parker, Hurns, Westbrook, Cole, R.Matthews / TE - Gronk, Walker, Gesicki, Hurst, V.McDonald
    DST - Steelers / K - Lutz
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 4,375
    Demaryius Thomas WR, New England Patriots
    Patriots agreed to terms with WR Demaryius Thomas on a one-year contract.

    The deal is worth "up to" $6 million. In gradual decline since 2016, Thomas is now 31 and coming off the second torn Achilles' tendon of his career. In other words, he is a pure flier for the receiver-desperate Patriots. In the event Thomas can get healthy, his YAC ability would be a nice fit in the Patriots' short-passing attack. Thomas is reuniting with OC Josh McDaniels, who drafted him in Denver. Like many of the Patriots' veteran fliers, we would not be surprised if Thomas ultimately fails to make the 53-man roster, though his supposed salary suggests that he will. Still only four months removed from going down, Thomas' most likely home for Week 1 could be the reserve/PUP list.
    Source: Field Yates on Twitter
    Apr 16, 2019, 4:49 PM
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 4,375

    Matt Ioannidis DL, Washington Redskins
    Redskins signed DE Matt Ioannidis to a three-year, $21.75 million extension through 2022.

    According to NFL Network's Mike Garafolo, Ioannidis can earn another $3 million in incentives. The 2016 fifth-round pick was entering the final year of his rookie deal. Ioannidis bounced back from a rough rookie campaign which included him being waived to record 12 sacks over the last two seasons including 7.5 last year.
    Source: Mike Garafolo on Twitter
    Apr 18, 2019, 11:21 AM
  • WTCMWTCM Posts: 9,967
    TJ Yeldon has been signed by Buffalo Bills. Should be a nice spot for him
    I'm an asshole from:
    Montreal, Canada  image
    Also creator of this:
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 4,375
    Grady Jarrett DL, Atlanta Falcons
    Falcons re-signed DT Grady Jarrett to a one-year, $15.209 million contract.

    It's the value of the franchise tag for Jarrett. A standout 26-year-old, Jarrett will look to have another big year in 2019 for what should be a much-improved Falcons defense that gets back a handful of players who missed large chunks of 2018 with injuries. Jarrett should cash in next offseason.
    Apr 22, 2019, 7:04 PM
  • Whos_Ur_DoggieWhos_Ur_Doggie Posts: 4,459
    WTCM said:

    TJ Yeldon has been signed by Buffalo Bills. Should be a nice spot for him

    I like it.
    SleeperU Forum Moderator
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 4,375
    Ronnie Stanley T, Baltimore Ravens
    Ravens exercised LT Ronnie Stanley's fifth-year option for 2020.

    He is now scheduled to make just under $13 million in 2020, which will be the final year of his rookie contract. Stanley has proven to be a quality option at left tackle and is still only 25. The Ravens will likely look to lock him up long-term next offseason.
    Source: Field Yates on Twitter
    Apr 23, 2019, 9:27 AM
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 4,375
    Joey Bosa DL, Los Angeles Chargers
    Chargers exercised DE Joey Bosa's fifth-year option for 2020.

    He is now scheduled to make around $14 million in 2020, which will be the final year of his rookie deal. Bosa has dealt with some injuries, but he has been a monster when on the field, recording 28.5 sacks in 35 career games. The Chargers will likely look to sign him to a long-term deal next offseason.
    Source: Field Yates on Twitter
    Apr 23, 2019, 9:24 AM
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 4,375
    Frank Clark DL, Kansas City Chiefs
    Chiefs acquired DE Frank Clark from the Seahawks in exchange for the No. 29 overall pick and a 2020 second-round pick.

    The teams will also swap third-round picks this week. The Chiefs have a pair of 2020 second-rounders, and the Seahawks will get whichever is lower. The Chiefs needed pass-rushing help as they continue their retool for a 4-3 defense, but this is a steep price for an effective pass rusher who is nevertheless not a true game wrecker. Clark also has a checkered off-the-field history and dealt with injuries in 2018. The positive, of course, is that, whatever the cost, they are acquiring a player with at least nine sacks each of the past three seasons. Clark does not turn 26 until June. He will certainly make an impact for Andy Reid's Super Bowl-or-bust squad.
    Related:

    Seattle Seahawks

    Apr 23, 2019, 1:38 PM
  • WTCMWTCM Posts: 9,967
    Iceman said:

    Frank Clark DL, Kansas City Chiefs
    Chiefs acquired DE Frank Clark from the Seahawks in exchange for the No. 29 overall pick and a 2020 second-round pick.

    The teams will also swap third-round picks this week. The Chiefs have a pair of 2020 second-rounders, and the Seahawks will get whichever is lower. The Chiefs needed pass-rushing help as they continue their retool for a 4-3 defense, but this is a steep price for an effective pass rusher who is nevertheless not a true game wrecker. Clark also has a checkered off-the-field history and dealt with injuries in 2018. The positive, of course, is that, whatever the cost, they are acquiring a player with at least nine sacks each of the past three seasons. Clark does not turn 26 until June. He will certainly make an impact for Andy Reid's Super Bowl-or-bust squad.
    Related:

    Seattle Seahawks

    Apr 23, 2019, 1:38 PM

    This is dumb, on both ends. Firstly it's a sh*t load to give up for one player. Especially when you let Houston go and traded away Dee ford. But you lose your first two picks for the same position? Then the Hawks, who are already thin. Give up a young promising DE. Sure the picks are awesome, but man they better hit on them
    I'm an asshole from:
    Montreal, Canada  image
    Also creator of this:
  • LocalKineLocalKine Posts: 1,026
    Clark is now the third highest-paid defender in football. Not sure how the Seahawks would have kept him, Wilson, Wagner, and Reed. Someone had to go, and this is a solid return considering that circumstance. Better than the result of paying Sherman/Thomas.
    10-team, non-PPR, start 1 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 FLEX, 1 TE.
    2019 keepers: QB Patrick Mahomes, RB Todd Gurley, RB Ezekiel Elliott, RB Dalvin Cook, RB Kerryon Johnson, WR Odell Beckham, WR Mike Evans, WR N'Keal Harry
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 4,375
    Jared Goff QB, Los Angeles Rams
    Rams exercised QB Jared Goff's fifth-year team option for 2020.

    The move was a formality. Speaking last month, coach Sean McVay said he was unsure when the team might begin extension talks with its quarterback. Goff has made big strides both years under McVay but has remained a quarterback who must be managed and manipulated. It is possible McVay will begin dreaming bigger as Goff's contract nears its conclusion, though by far the most likely outcome remains Goff staying in Los Angeles.
    Apr 23, 2019, 3:09 PM
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 4,375

    Frank Clark DL, Kansas City Chiefs
    Chiefs signed DE Frank Clark to a five-year, $105.5 million contract.

    Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, the agreement includes $63.5 million guaranteed. It is essentially the deal DeMarcus Lawrence signed in Dallas. It is also a deal the Seahawks had no interest in making, but the Chiefs are doling it out on top of the major draft pick assets they shipped to Seattle. It is the culmination of the Chiefs' hasty switch from a 3-4 to 4-3 defense, a transition that saw them trade Dee Ford and cut Justin Houston before adding Clark. The Super Bowl-or-bust Chiefs are going to need Clark to at least match last year's career-high 13 sacks for the move to be worth it.
    Source: Adam Schefter on Twitter
    Apr 23, 2019, 2:14 PM
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 4,375
    Josh Gordon WR, New England Patriots
    Patriots re-signed WR Josh Gordon to a one-year, $2.025 million contract.

    Gordon is once again indefinitely suspended, but NFL.com reported in February there is a "chance" he is reinstated by training camp. Believe it when you see it. The practical implication of Gordon signing his restricted free agent tender is that, if he plays, it will indeed be as a Patriot. We have gone months without a real update on Gordon's status/progress.
    Source: Field Yates on Twitter
    Apr 23, 2019, 5:03 PM
  • WTCMWTCM Posts: 9,967
    Where was he April 20th?
    I'm an asshole from:
    Montreal, Canada  image
    Also creator of this:
  • PDTDTPDTDT Posts: 567
    WTCM said:

    Where was he April 20th?

    Vancouver?
    Cousins, Dalton
    DJohnson, DCook, JHoward
    AJGreen, DHop, SDiggs
    DNjoku
  • WTCMWTCM Posts: 9,967
    After two seasons playing for his hometown Raiders, Marshawn Lynch is retiring from the game. The Oakland Raiders is a hot spot for any incoming rookie RB. Thank you Beast mode.
    I'm an asshole from:
    Montreal, Canada  image
    Also creator of this:
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 4,375
    Ben Roethlisberger QB, Pittsburgh Steelers
    Steelers signed QB Ben Roethlisberger to a two-year extension through 2021.

    Ben had been heading into the final year of his deal, and this extension was a priority ahead of draft weekend. The deal locks Roethlisberger into Pittsburgh through his age-39 season and will likely keep him in town for the remainder of his career.
    Apr 24, 2019, 10:40 AM
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 4,375
    Sheldon Rankins DL, New Orleans Saints
    Saints exercised DT Sheldon Rankins' fifth-year option for 2020.

    Rankins is still in recovery mode from a January torn Achilles', and the 2020 option is guaranteed for injury only. So the Saints obviously have faith in his recovery. Rankins is almost certain to open 2019 on reserve/PUP. Rankins had a big 2018 with eight sacks before his injury.
    Source: Ian Rapoport on Twitter
    Apr 24, 2019, 9:19 AM
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 4,375
    DeForest Buckner DL, San Francisco 49ers
    49ers exercised LE DeForest Buckner's fifth-year option.

    This was an expected move. Buckner made the Pro Bowl with a career-high 13 sacks in a breakout 2018. The 49ers should sign Buckner to a long-term extension next offseason.
    Source: 49ers.com
    Apr 24, 2019, 5:49 PM
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 4,375
    Brian Robison DL, Minnesota Vikings
    Free agent DE Brian Robison announced his retirement from the NFL after 11 seasons.

    Robison, 36 later this week, spent 2018 out of the league after being released at final cuts last summer. He's signing a one-day contract to retire with the Vikings after spending his entire career in the organization. Robison recorded 60 career sacks while also playing strong run defense.
    Apr 24, 2019, 2:47 PM
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 4,375
    Vernon Hargreaves DB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    Bucs exercised CB Vernon Hargreaves fifth-year option.

    Hargreaves was only able to suit up for one game last year due to a torn labrum in his shoulder. Now fully healthy for the Bucs' offseason program, the 2016 first-rounder is expected to stick with Tampa Bay through the 2020 season (which his option covers). Although injuries have limited him to just 10 games over the last two seasons, the new coaching staff will rely on Hargreaves to play on the outside opposite of 2018 second-rounder Carlton Davis.
    Source: Pewter Report on Twitter
    Apr 24, 2019, 8:59 PM
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 4,375
    Jalen Ramsey DB, Jacksonville Jaguars
    Jaguars exercised CB Jalen Ramsey's fifth-year team option for 2020.

    Playing hurt last season, Ramsey's play fell off from his extraordinary 2017, but he remained one of the league's top corners. There is every reason to believe that will remain the case heading into his age-25 campaign. Despite occasional tension with the team, Ramsey should eventually sign a mega extension with the Jags.
    Source: Phillip Heilman on Twitter
    Apr 25, 2019, 3:19 PM
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 4,375
    More good news for Luck...


    Ryan Kelly C, Indianapolis Colts
    Colts GM Chris Ballard announced the team will exercise C Ryan Kelly's fifth-year team option for 2020.
    Source: George Bremer on Twitter
    Apr 27, 2019, 7:07 PM
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 4,375
    (RotoWire) The Texans have exercised their fifth-year option on Fuller (knee), John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports.

    Analysis: The option costs $10.162 million for 2020 and is guaranteed for injury only. Fuller is rehabbing from an ACL tear he suffered Oct. 25, with general manager Brian Gaine recently saying he expects the speedy wideout to be ready for Week 1. The jury is still out on Fuller's value to the Texans, as his excellent production while playing with Deshaun Watson -- 783 receiving yards and 11 TDs in 11 games -- has been overshadowed by a series of injuries (17 missed games in three seasons). It's also worth noting that Fuller did next to nothing when he was forced to play with a lesser quarterback, whereas DeAndre Hopkins mostly remained productive. In any case, the Texans hope to have Fuller back on the practice field at some point during training camp.
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 4,375

    Taylor Decker T, Detroit Lions
    Lions exercised LT Taylor Decker's fifth-year team option for 2020.

    The No. 16 overall pick of the 2016 draft, Decker had a strong rookie year but has been shakier since. He missed eight games in 2017 as he recovered from surgery to repair a torn labrum but bounced back for all 16 appearances in 2018. Decker struggles as a run blocker, which could be a problem for the fire-and-brimstone Lions.
    Apr 29, 2019, 1:10 PM
  • IcemanIceman Posts: 4,375
    Carson Wentz QB, Philadelphia Eagles
    Eagles exercised Carson Wentz's fifth-year option.

    With little risk involved, there was never a doubt Philly would pick up Wentz's fifth-year option. The 26-year-old is now set to make $8,487,927 in 2019 and $22,783,000 the following year (barring an extension). Although Wentz's option doesn't become fully guaranteed until the first day of the new league year, it is fully guaranteed for next season in the event of an injury. GM Howie Roseman is on record of wanting to ink his franchise signal-caller to a long-term deal, but whether that's completed this year could come down to Wentz's health this season.
    Source: Adam Schefter on Twitter
    Apr 29, 2019, 5:36 PM ET
  • WTCMWTCM Posts: 9,967
    Ian Rapoport reports: The Colts signed veteran running back Spencer Ware, former #Chiefs starter, to add some depth to the backfield.
    I'm an asshole from:
    Montreal, Canada  image
    Also creator of this:
Sign In or Register to comment.