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  • KC Wide Receiver #24
    Skyy Moore was not targeted in the Chiefs’ Super Bowl LVIII victory over the 49ers.
    Even with the Chiefs hurting for help at wideout, Moore saw his disastrous rookie receiving total of 250 decline to 244. He did play in two fewer games thanks to a knee injury, though that’s not exactly a good thing. Instantly passed by second-rounder Rashee Rice on the depth chart, Moore couldn’t hang with the likes of Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Justin Watson. Still only 24 in September, former small-school prospect Moore could theoretically finally improve as a third-year pro, but it’s just as likely he’s left off the 53-man roster altogether. Moore’s Dynasty light is just about extinguished.
  • FA Guard #64
    ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler reports the Giants plan to release OG mark Glowinski.
    Glowinski has spent the last two seasons with the Giants, appearing in 29 games while making 22 starts. The Giants save $5.7 million against this year’s cap with the release of Glowinski, who was their highest graded guard per PFF with a blocking grade of 64.8. Set to turn 32 in May, Glowinski has 96 career start under his belt and can still be of use to a team in need of help on the interior.
  • DAL Tackle #77
    NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports impending free agent LT Tyron Smith “is unlikely to return” to the Cowboys next season.
    The Cowboys selected Smith with the No. 9 pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. The former USC Trojan has paid off in a big way for the Cowboys over the last 13 seasons, earning eight Pro Bowl nods and two First-Team All-Pro recognitions in his decorated career. Injuries have plagued Smith since 2016, as he’s yet to appear in more than 13 games over the last eight seasons. When healthy, Smith remains one of the best blindside blockers in the league, earning a PFF pass block grade of 88.6 last season. Smith will be 33-years-old at the start of next season, and should have a healthy market for teams interested in teams shoring up the left side of their offensive line.
  • FA Quarterback
    ESPN’s Field Yates reports LSU QB Jayden Daniels is opted to skip the measurement portion of the NFL Scouting Combine.
    Daniels and fellow LSU wide receiver Malik Nabers both opted to skip the measurement portion of the combine and are expected to instead be measured at LSU’s Pro Day on March 27th. Daniels are Nabers are also expected to skip the workout portion of the combine, saving all drills for their Pro Day.
  • FA Wide Receiver
    NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports a medical evaluation at the NFL Scouting Combine revealed a stress fracture in rookie WR Ainias Smith’s left shin.
    Smith will not work out at the combine due to the injury and is set to visit with a specialist next week, per Rapoport. The former Texas A&M prospect isn’t atop anyone’s draft board, but he did amass 180 receptions for just over 2,400 yards and 19 touchdowns during his five years with the Aggies. Smith can also play a role on special teams, with 102 combined kick and punt returns also on his college resumé.
  • TB Wide Receiver #13
    Bleacher Report’s Jordan Schultz reports Mike Evans’ agent, Deryk Gilmore, said Evans “wants to play with an elite quarterback in an offense that will showcase him.”
    In addition to wanting to play with an “elite quarterback,” Evans’ agent also said he wants to be “paid like a top wide receiver” and he “doesn’t want to play with a rookie QB.” Evans and the Buccaneers reportedly remain far apart on a contract extension, and it was on Friday that the veteran receiver plans to test the free agent market. If Evans truly wants to play with an “elite quarterback,” we can only assume that would rule out the Buccaneers barring something completely unexpected. Fantasy managers participating in early drafts would be wise to get in on Evans assuming he makes the jump to a high-end offense for the 2024 season.
  • NYG Tight End #12
    The New York Post reports Darren Waller is “still undecided” on whether or not he will continue his playing or opt to retire.
    After previous reports from the New York Post that Waller has committed to returning to the Giants for the 2024 season, Waller came out and said, “I have not made a decision either way.” Waller is due to make $10.5 million in base salary this season and is not expected to be amongst Giants cap casualties according to the New York Post. The veteran tight end will turn 32 early into next season, and has missed 19 games over the last three years due to injuries. Waller posted a receiving line of 52-552-1 last season, but his 10.6 YPR was his lowest since he emerged as a full-time starter in 2019 with the Raiders.
  • SF Defensive Coordinator
    ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports the 49ers are planning to promote defensive passing game specialist Nick Sorenson to defensive coordinator.
    Sorensen is a former player turned coach. He entered the league as a rookie UDFA in 2001 with the Dolphins and bounced around multiple teams until opting to hang it up after the 2010 season. Sorenson joined the coaching ranks in 2013 as the Seahawks’ assistant special teams coach, and later served as their assistant defensive backs coach and secondary coach before joining the Jaguars in 2021 as their special teams coordinator. He was hired as the 49ers’ defensive assistant the following season and spent 2023 as the teams defensive passing game coordinator. One of just a handful of coaches who interviewed for the defensive coordinator vacancy, Sorenson is a familiar face who should have an easy time adjusting to the role. It is his first time serving as a defensive coordinator at any level.
  • SF Coaching Staff
    ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports the 49ers are expected to hire former Chargers HC Brandon Staley as their assistant HC.
    Staley had previously interviewed for the 49ers defensive coordinator vacancy, but that job instead went to defensive passing game coordinator Nick Sorensen. Instead, the former Chargers head coach will work closely with Kyle Shanahan as the assistant head coach, role that Anthony Lynn held for the last two seasons. While his time as a head coach was largely underwhelming, Staley brings three years of head coaching experience to the table, and can also assist on the defensive side of the ball, having spent time as both a linebackers coach and defensive coordinator from 2017 through 2020.
  • TB Wide Receiver #13
    The Athletic’s Dianna Russini reports Mike Evans “plans to hit free agency for the first time in his career.”
    According to Russini, the Buccaneers and Evans “are in discussions,” but the veteran receiver “wants to explore his options.” Evans would like to hear from all interested teams before making a decision on where to play, which means his time with the Buccaneers could be coming to an end. Evans played in all 17 games for the Buccaneers last season, totaling 79 receptions for 1,255 yards and 13 touchdowns. Evans has surpassed 1,000 yards in each of his first 10 seasons and will be 31 at the start of next year. His fantasy stock could see a tremendous boost if he were to team up with one of the league’s top quarterbacks this offseason.
  • FA Tight End
    NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports Brock Bowers will not workout at the NFL Scouting Combine.
    Bowers said earlier in the week that he was undecided on whether or not he would work out this week. The consensus TE1 of the class is still recovering from a tightrope surgery he underwent on his injured ankle last season, but should have a chance to work out at Georgia’s pro day on March 13th.