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1.Dynasty | Jacoby Brissett could be cut (Dynasty League Football) Colts quarterback Jacoby Brissett could be a cut candidate Analysis: It would be a costly move for the Colts though they have plenty of cap space if desidred. While GM Chris Ballard said "the jury's still out" on Brissett as a starter, it's hard to imagine he won't be under center when the 2020 season kicks off. That said, some big names at quarterback will/could be on the market giving the Colts options. Brissett is a locker room player and well liked by the team and management so the article appears to be far more a... (More)11 minutes
2.Cardinals | David Johnson could be traded (thehuddle) The Arizona Cardinals could trade RB David Johnson during the offseason if they decide to give impending free-agent RB Kenyan Drake the franchise tag or sign him to a contract extension, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Analysis: Johnson's current contract includes a substantial amount of guaranteed money, which would make it nearly impossible for the Cardinals to cut him, so they are likely to wind up eating a great deal of cash in any potential trade, even if a draft pick is included. Drake should be viewed as a high-end RB2 option in next season's fantasy drafts if he returns to Arizona, with Johnson likely falling into ... (More)8 hours
3.Kenyan Drake could be franchise tagged by Cardinals (FantasyPros) Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports the Cardinals are interested in keeping Kenyan Drake. Analysis: Rapoport adds that the franchise tag is an option. Drake, who is a free agent, could also wind up signing a long-term deal with Arizona. Complicating the issue is David Johnson's massive contract, which makes him impossible to cut. Ultimately if Drake winds up with the backfield to himself then he will be a very exciting fantasy asset entering 2020. Stay tuned.1 day
4.Cardinals could use a franchise tag on D... (Rotoworld) NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Cardinals want to keep free agent Kenyan Drake and that the franchise tag is an option. Analysis: There are a lot of moving parts in the Cardinals backfield. First, there's David Johnson and his massive contract that essentially makes him impossible to cut. Rapoport notes Arizona could trade Johnson and one of their own draft picks to get DJ off their salary cap. That would make some sense, especially if a team like the Dolphins who have a ton of cap space is interested. As for Drake, it sounds like the Cardinals will do everything they can to keep... (More)2 days
5.Cardinals | Kenyan Drake has talked deal with Cards (thehuddle) Arizona Cardinals impending free-agent RB Kenyan Drake has had some contract talks with the Cardinals since the end of the season, and general manager Steve Keim said he has told Drake that the team wants him back. Analysis: Drake played very well after his trade to the Cardinals and rushed for 643 yards and eight touchdowns in eight games with Arizona. He probably would receive most of the touches at running back if he re-signs and can be a No. 2 running back in fantasy leagues.2 days
6.Kenyan Drake: Negotiating with Arizona (RotoWire) Drake and the Cardinals have engaged in contract talks, with GM Steve Keim saying he hopes to re-sign the running back, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Analysis: Keim also commented on David Johnson, whose $10.2 million base salary for 2020 is fully guaranteed. Specifically, Keim said Johnson won't be released this offseason, adding that the 28-year-old should still have a key role on offense even if he isn't the starter. There aren't many teams in the modern NFL giving large contracts to multiple running backs, but the Cardinals arguably could make it work while they have QB Kyler Murray on a rookie deal. Drake... (More)2 days
7.Lions | Kenny Golladay happy in Detroit (thehuddle) Detroit Lions WR Kenny Golladay is reportedly not concerned that a contract extension will get done at some point as he enters the fourth and final year of his rookie deal. 'I wouldn't mind being in Detroit for a while. Everything should work itself out. I'm enjoying myself,' Golladay told USA TODAY's Doug Farrar.3 days
8.Golladay: Contract 'should work itself o... (Rotoworld) When asked about a potential contract extension, Kenny Golladay said he "wouldn't mind being in Detroit for a while."4 days