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  • BUF Guard #71
    Bears traded a fifth round pick to Buffalo for OL Ryan Bates.
    General Manager Ryan poles initially targeted the veteran offensive lineman in the 2022 free agent cycle but was unsuccessful after the Bills matched his offer sheet, now landing him for a 2024 fifth round pick. The five-year pro played every game of his career in Buffalo, starting 19 games across 73 appearances. The Vikings also pursued Bates in 2022 after reports surfaced that they viewed him as a starting right guard. Bates should enter camp in a loose competition for a starting role on the interior offensive line for the Bears, a team that returns both Nate Davis and Teven Jenkins at guard.
  • DAL Quarterback #4
    Cowboys QB Dak Prescott said he’s “definitely confident” about the possibility of him getting a new contract extension.
    It was reported in February that Prescott would likely sign a new deal before the start of free agency to help free up cap space for the Cowboys. Prescott carries a cap hit of $59.455 million this season, with a base salary of $29 million. While Jerry Jones is on record saying an extension for Prescott isn’t something the team needs to do, the team currently sits at just over $4 million over the league cap and could alleviate that pressure with a Prescott extension. Prescott played some of his best ball in 2023, throwing for 4516,36-9 while leading the Cowboys to a 12-5 record. For a player who should have plenty of good seasons left in the tank, an extension feels like it would make the most sense for both sides.
  • FA Quarterback #3
    NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports the Broncos have informed Russell Wilson he will be released.
    The release of Wilson ends one of the more disappointing quarterback tenures in recent memory. Acquired from the Seahawks in exchange for two first-round draft picks, a second-round draft pick, a fifth-round pick, and players, Wilson was the presumed answer to the Broncos’ years-long quarterback woes in a post-Peyton Manning era. He immediately signed a five-year, $242 million contract extension with the Broncos shortly after being acquired, which included $161 million in guaranteed money. Interestingly, the first year of Wilson’s deal was set to kick in at the start of 2024, but he’ll now be playing elsewhere while earning roughly $39 million in guaranteed money from the Broncos. In two seasons with the Broncos, Wilson threw for 6594-42-19, with the team going 11-19 in his starts. Still a more-than-capable starter; there are several teams who could elevate their passing game by signing Wilson, who should have a nice market. Wilson’s release will become official when the new league year starts on March 13th. If Wilson is designated as a post-June 1st cut, he will count as a $35.4 million dead cap hit in 2024 and a $49.6 million dead cap hit in 2025, per
  • KC Cornerback #38
    NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports the Chiefs have franchise tagged L’Jarius Sneed and granted him permission to speak with teams about a trade.
    As Rapoport notes, if Sneed is unable to find a trade partner, it’s possible he just plays out the 2024 season on the franchise tag with the Chiefs. Arguably one of the top corners in the league right now, Sneed, 27, could instantly improve any secondary upon his arrival. The four-year vet earned a PFF coverage grade of 71.9 last season while allowing no touchdowns on 81 targets and breaking up 10 passes. If he were to play out the year on the tag, Sneed would earn a guaranteed $19.802 million next season.
  • MIA Defensive Tackle #94
    NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports the Dolphins will not franchise tag DT Christian Wilkins.
    It was reported on Sunday that the Dolphins were unlikely to tag Wilkins, but that became official on Monday, according to Rapoport. Wilkins will be one of the top free agents on the market and is fresh off a season in which he totaled 65 tackles and a career-high nine sacks. Wilkins will be 28 at the start of next season and can immediately bolster any defensive line in need of help.
  • CAR Cornerback #26
    ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler reports the Panthers are expected to trade or release CB Donte Jackson.
    Jackson is due a $4 million roster bonus on March 16, which can be viewed as the presumed deadline for the team to move on from him. Moving on from the former second-round pick would save the Panthers $5.9 million in cap space, but he’d also count as $9.8 million in dead cap. Jackson totaled 59 tackles in 16 games for the Panthers last season and earned a PFF coverage grade of 66.6. Jackson will be 28 at the start of next season and should draw plenty of interest on the open market should he hit free agency.
  • FA Defensive Tackle #94
    Jaguars released DT Foley Fatukasi.
    The release of Fatukasi — which came on his birthday — frees up $3.5 million in cap space for the Jaguars. Fatukasi is a six-year vet of the league and has spent the last two seasons with the Jaguars, totaling 48 tackles and 1.5 sacks over 30 games. Fatukasi has started 44 of the last 45 games he’s appeared in, dating back to his final season with the Jets. At 29 years old, Fatukasi should have a strong market as teams look to add veteran contributors along the defensive front.
  • FA Center #62
    Jason Kelce retired from the NFL after 13 seasons.
    Kelce spent all 13 seasons with the Eagles and became one of the most beloved figures in Philadelphia sports history during that time. The seven-time Pro Bowler and six-time All-Pro has mulled retirement for the last several years but is finally ready to hang it up. Widely regarded as one of the best centers in NFL history, Kelce anchored the Eagles’ offensive line for the 2017 season when the team won their first Super Bowl in league history and played in 193 of a possible 211 regular season games during his career, last missing a game in 2014. A true iron man of the sport, Kelce will almost certainly find himself in the Hall of Fame in the coming years.
  • MIN Quarterback #8
    Speaking on the Pat McAfee Show, ESPN’s Adam Schefter said “maybe Washington jumps in” to try and sign Kirk Cousins this offseason.
    According to Schefter, the Commanders are “open to anything” with the No. 2 overall pick, including making a trade back to acquire additional picks. This isn’t the first time Cousin’s name has been linked to Washington, who he spent the first six years of his career with. Schefter also noted that the Vikings and Falcons are expected to be the two primary suitors for Cousins, but it’s worth noting that Cousins’ departure from Washington back in 2018 had more to do with the regime in place at that time not wanting to commit to him long-term. With those characters now gone, an enticing offer from the Commanders could be enough to bring him back if he’s interested in doing so.
  • ARI Tackle #74
    Cardinals OT D.J. Humphries said “everything is great” when asked about the early stages of his ACL rehab.
    Humphries was dealt a devastating hand late in the season when he suffered a torn ACL in Week 17 against the Eagles. Humphries will be pushing to get ready for the start of the season, but the early news on his recovery is encouraging. Humphries started 15 games for the Cardinals last season and has dealt with injuries throughout his eight-year career. He allowed four sacks on 568 pass block attempts last season per PFF and earned an overall pass blocking grade of 62.5. Assuming he’s healthy, we can likely expect to see Humphries manning the left side of the line come Week 1.