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  • NO Running Back #41
    This comes straight from Kamara’s agent, Brad Cicala. Kamara’s contract runs through the next two seasons and has just $1 million in guarantees remaining, likely prompting the decision. It’s worth noting that Kamara is currently set to earn just over $18 million this season, making any “contract-related” issues a bit confusing, but we’ll likely learn more about this in the coming days. The Saints can notably save more than $18 million by cutting the soon-to-be 29-year-old back after this season. Kamara has functioned as the team’s offensive focal point for much of his seven-year career, touching the ball more than 250 times in all but his rookie campaign.
  • LAC Running Back #4
    This one comes as a bit of a surprise, as there seem to be no reports on what may be ailing Edwards at this time. ESPN’s Kris Rhim reports that Edwards “has worked off to the side with trainers during minicamp, and wasn’t [present] during OTAs,” but any details of an injury have not been disclosed. Edwards, 29, is expected to open the season as the Chargers’ RB1 but could find himself in a committee with veteran J.K. Dobbins and rookie Kimani Vidal. Given the age and injury history of both Edwards and Dobbins, Vidal continues to look like a valuable stash in early fantasy drafts despite his sixth-round draft capital.
  • WAS Quarterback #0
    This comes days after No. 2 overall pick Jayden Daniels opened mandatory minicamp with the first-team offense. Reports out of Commanders camp have been mostly positive regarding Daniels and his early progress with the team and learning a new offense, with several teammates praising his leadership capabilities. The 2023 Heisman Trophy winner enters the season with lofty expectations from both the Commanders and fantasy managers. Daniels threw for 3,812 yards and 40 touchdowns last season at LSU, but it’s his rushing upside (135-1134-10) that has people excited. Currently going as a fringe QB1/QB2 in fantasy drafts, Daniels has the skillset to finish as a top 10 fantasy quarterback in his rookie season if he’s able to get ahead of the learning curve that comes with making the leap from college to the NFL. Quinn also said that the plan in the spring was to give both Daniels and Marcus Mariota first-team reps, so it’s possible both players take snaps with the starters early in camp. We would still expect Daniels to win the Week 1 job when all is said and done.
  • DET Cornerback #0
    The Lions traded up with the Cowboys to select Arnold with the No. 24 overall pick in this year’s draft. He’s one of a handful of players the Lions have added to their defense in hopes of improving a secondary that allowed the sixth-most passing yards and passing touchdowns last season. In his final season at Alabama, Arnold totaled five interceptions and 6.5 TFLs on his way to earning First-team All-American and First-team All-SEC honors.
  • DEN Linebacker #59
    Smith appeared in 11 games for the Falcons last season, totaling 19 tackles. The veteran linebacker has played in 62 career games since entering the league as a seventh-round pick in 2018 and has just one career start to his name. If he makes the Broncos’ 53-man roster, it will likely be as a contributor on special teams.
  • NYJ Linebacker #59
    McKinley participated in Jets minicamp on a tryout basis and now has a chance to earn a spot on the 53-man roster. McKinley was released by the Cowboys in June of last year and didn’t spend the 2023 season on an NFL roster. A former first-round pick of the Falcons in 2017, McKinley has appeared in 64 games during his career, totaling 20 sacks and 25 TFLs.
  • DEN Wide Receiver #14
    Despite reporting for mandatory minicamp this week, Sutton was unwilling to commit to reporting for Broncos training camp next month. The veteran receiver is still in search of a new contract and reiterated his desire to stay with the team, saying, “This is where I want to go hoist the Lombardi Trophy. This is the place where I want to retire.” Sutton, 28, caught 59 passes for 772 yards and a career-high 10 touchdowns last season. He hasn’t totaled more than 829 yards since 2019 but remains a reliable threat on the outside, averaging 13.3 YPR over the last four years. He’s reportedly seeking between $15-$16 million per season on a new deal, but there’s been little word on whether the Broncos are looking to extend him at this time. Sutton doesn’t project as much more than a fringe WR3/WR4 in PPR leagues this season.
  • CHI Wide Receiver #3
    Carter spent last season with the Raiders, appearing in all 17 games while catching four passes for 39 scoreless yards. For much of his six-year career, Carter’s primary contributions have been in the return game. He returned 35 kicks and punts for 494 yards and could flourish as a kick returner under the league’s new return rules. He’ll likely have to compete for a spot on the 53-man roster but should have a good shot at handling primary kick return duties this season.
  • PHI Running Back #26
    The Eagles were facing fines and a potential loss of future draft picks if they were found to be in violation of the anti-tampering policy. In a statement released by the league, the NFL said, “In coming to this conclusion, the league reviewed phone logs, text messages and other documents related to Philadelphia’s free agency strategy and decision to sign Barkley. The NFL also interviewed several members of the organization, including Howie Roseman and Nick Sirianni, as well as Barkley and Penn State head coach James Franklin. As with every review, should new evidence be uncovered, the league may reopen the investigation.” It took nearly two months for the league to thoroughly investigate the matter, so we wouldn’t expect anything new to pop up. It sounds like the Eagles and Barkley are both in the clear as they prepare for the upcoming season.
  • ATL Quarterback #18
    When asked about potential tampering violations back in May, Cousins said, “There’s not a whole lot there.” The league, clearly thinking otherwise, has decided there was enough to not only dock the Falcons a future draft pick but also fine the team $250,000 and general Terry Fontenot $50,000. At his introductory press conference with the team back in March, Cousins more or less admitted to tampering when he talked about having contact with the team and free agent signee Darnell Mooney before the official start of the league year. In a statement put out by the league regarding the Falcons’ violation, the NFL said, “While the [anti-tampering] policy permits clubs to engage with and negotiate all aspects of an NFL player contract with the certified agent of any prospective unrestricted free agent during the two-day negotiating period, any direct contact between the player and an employee or representative of the club is prohibited. This includes discussion of travel arrangements or other logistical matters, which the club acknowledges took place with regard to these three players.”


2024 NFL schedule
All the latest information on schedule and matchups for the 2024 NFL season.
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Daniels has 'a little chip' as the No. 2 pick
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There was a point this offseason when it looked like Joey Bosa might be leaving the Chargers, but he wound up agreeing to a revised contract in order to remain with the team.
Former first-round pick Takk McKinley has found a new NFL home.
As they so often do, the Saints have restructured a contract to give themselves some salary cap relief this year but put themselves in a tougher cap position in future years.

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The FFHH team dips into the mailbag to discuss potential steals and beginning-of-draft strategy when it comes to the running back position as well as Amon-Ra St. Brown’s first-round value.
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Rotoworld Fantasy Football

Kyle Dvorchak makes the case for rookie receiver Ja’Lynn Polk as a late-round sleeper in fantasy football, explaining why the New England Patriots’ lack of depth presents an opening for the Washington product.
Denny Carter thinks Jets’ rookie WR Malachi Corley is a solid late pick for teams who draft more RBs early, while Patrick Daugherty thinks rookie RB Ray Davis could make waves as the Bills’ potential No. 2 option.
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Bet the EDGE with Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick is here to provide listeners with sharp actionable insight, market analysis and statistical data to help bettors gain more information before placing their wagers. So whether you’re targeting spreads and totals, looking for value in futures markets or circling player props, give our podcast a listen to give you that extra edge.

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Investigation fails to prove contact between Eagles and Barkley during negotiating window.
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Legendary Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar, who once got the treatment from Bill Belichick that Tom Brady spent 20 years trying to avoid, got fired by the Browns a second time in 2023 — for placing a wager on a sportsbook app after Ohio legalized gambling.
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