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  • IND Tight End #85
    Ogletree had been placed on the list after he was arrested on felony domestic violence charges in late December. The charges against Ogletree were dropped in March. Prosecutors said there was insufficient evidence to move forward with the case. Ogletree, who had nine catches for 147 yards and 2 touchdowns last season, will rejoin the Colts as a rotational player.
  • CLG Quarterback
    Denver, after parting ways with Russell Wilson this offseason, goes into next week’s draft with the 12th overall pick. “I would just say if it’s a player that you think can change the landscape of your organization moving forward, like quarterback, then you do whatever it takes to get him,” Paton told reporters. “If there’s consensus in the building, a love in the building, you’re aggressive and you try to get him. It doesn’t mean you’re going to get him, but you try. So we’re open to everything. We’re wide open.” The Broncos would likely need to sneak into the top-10 if they are to have a legitimate shot at drafting McCarthy, whose draft stock has skyrocketed over the past month. Rotoworld’s Zachary Krueger has written extensively about McCarthy’s underrated collegiate production profile and his ability to avoid negative plays.
  • FA Wide Receiver #17
    Chark, who had 35 receptions for 525 yards and five touchdowns in Carolina in 2023, would profile as a potential starter for LA. With one 1,000-yard season in seven years in the NFL, Chark, 27, functions strictly as a deep threat. Even if the Chargers take a top wideout in the NFL Draft, Chark could see significant playing time in Greg Roman’s run-first offense.
  • DEN Wide Receiver #14
    With his contract situation in limbo — Sutton is guaranteed only $2 million for 2024 — the veteran wideout is opting out of “voluntary” practice. Paton has opted for diplomacy instead of irritation. “It’s the first week of the offseason program. (Coach Sean Payton has) talked to Courtland. I’ve talked to Courtland. He’s in a good place and we’ll just leave it at that.” It is very much up in the air whether Sutton will return to the Mile High City for 2024, but the matter could be settled during next week’s draft.
  • LAC Running Back #27
    “Should” is doing a lot of work here, especially since Dobbins’ 2023 injury is only one of multiple traumatic lower-body issues suffered during his four-year NFL career. Hortiz also admitted the obvious that Dobbins’ signing should not affect the Chargers’ odds of selecting a back in the draft. “You don’t want to turn away from a good player because you’ve signed someone.” At least in terms of fantasy, Dobbins is squarely in the realm of “any 2024 contributions will be a bonus.”
  • DEN Head Coach
    This comes less than a month after Payton said it’s “realistic” to think the Broncos could trade up from the No. 12. The Broncos’ need for a franchise quarterback after the failed Russell Wilson trade can’t be overstated. With Jarrett Stidham the only quarterback of note on the roster, Denver needs to find a solution that offers more than what Stidham has over his career. Denver holds two top 100 picks in this year’s draft and also has its 2025 first-round pick to use as a bargaining chip. If they were to attempt to trade up, these picks could prove valuable in facilitating a deal to land what they hope will be their franchise quarterback. The only quarterback the Broncos have held a top-30 visit with is Michael Penix, but we know they also met with Bo Nix at the scouting combine.
  • FA Wide Receiver #87
    When last we left Cephus last April, he was receiving an indefinite ban for betting on NFL contests. He’s lucky he’s back in the league at all. Still only 26, Cephus might actually get a second chance, however, as a relatively experienced, versatile-ish veteran with 37 career grabs. We assume it won’t come in Detroit after last year’s unpleasantness.
  • JAX Quarterback #16
    Baalke said the team is trying “not to force anything” but acknowledged that he spoke recently with Lawrence’s agent. Lawrence is heading into the fourth year of his rookie deal and will presumably have his fifth year exercised later this offseason. Lawrence has thrown for 11,770-58-39 through his first three seasons in the league, going 20-30 in his first 50 starts and 17-16 in a post-Urban Meyer world. He led the Jaguars to the playoffs in 2022 and led them to an inspiring comeback win over the Chargers in his first playoff game. It seems apparent at this point that both sides hope to get a deal done but with essentially two years left on his rookie contract, it’s no surprise that neither is rushing to get a deal done.
  • GB Tackle #71
    After spending four seasons with the Eagles, Dillard, a former first-round pick, signed a three-year, $29 million deal with the Titans last offseason. The Titans’ hope that Dillard would bolster a struggling offensive line was quickly dashed, as he started just 10 of the 16 games he appeared in while allowing a career-high 12 sacks on 41 pressures. The Titans released Dillard after his underwhelming performance, taking on a $7.8 million dead cap hit while saving just $2.8 million in cap space. Now, Dillard will get a chance to revive his career with the Packers on what will likely be a prove-it deal for the veteran tackle. Dillard will likely compete with tackles Rasheed Walker and Zach Tom for a starting role, but both should be viewed as having the inside edge at this time.
  • BAL Wide Receiver #4
    Flowers is eligible to participate in all team activities. The second-year receiver was temporarily under investigation for his alleged involvement in a domestic assault incident, but that investigation was ultimately suspended by the Baltimore County Police, and Flowers was never charged with anything. Flowers is coming off a rookie season in which he totaled 77 receptions for 858 yards and five touchdowns and is expected to take a significant leap forward in 2024.
Simms’ draft rankings
Chris Simms reveals his rankings for the top quarterbacks in the 2024 NFL Draft class and breaks them into different tiers, from Caleb Williams to Drake Maye and more.
Chris Simms reveals his rankings for the top wide receivers in the 2024 NFL Draft class and breaks them into three different tiers, from Malik Nabers to Marvin Harrison Jr. and more.
Chris Simms reveals his rankings for the top cornerbacks in the 2024 NFL Draft class and breaks them into three different tiers, from Quinyon Mitchell to Nate Wiggins and more.
Chris Simms reveals his rankings for the top EDGE prospects in the 2024 NFL Draft class and breaks them into two tiers, from Dallas Turner to Chop Robinson and more.
Chris Simms reveals his two tiers for offensive tackles in the 2024 NFL Draft, with Alabama’s JC Latham and Notre Dame’s Joe Alt in top grouping.
Chris Simms explains to Ahmed Fareed that Texas A&M’s Edgerrin Cooper is his top-ranked LB in the 2024 NFL Draft due to his rare athleticism and versatility.
Chris Simms reveals his top two safeties in the 2024 NFL Draft, including Cooper DeJean who is a “physical” player and Ennis Rakestraw Jr., who has “elite quickness.”



Allen wants players to 'buy into' roster changes
Mike Florio and Myles Simmons take a deep dive into how the team is evolving and what needs to happen for the Bills to finally get over the hump.


The Texans have confirmed they’ll wear an alternate helmet with a new logo this season.
While speaking to reporters at the league meetings last month, Jets owner Woody Johnson said that the team will not release quarterback Zach Wilson this offseason if they are unable to find a trading partner for him.
When last we saw Tom Brady running, he was wearing a Patriots jersey and being celebrated at Gillette Stadium.
Prescott contends that he’s being extorted for $100 million.

Matthew Berry

The FFHH crew discuss the teams they feel should draft a running back in the 2024 NFL Draft, including the Dallas Cowboys, the Baltimore Ravens and the Cincinnati Bengals.
Matthew Berry, Connor Rogers and Jay Croucher discuss the game of Georgia tight end Brock Bowers and evaluate his top landing spots in the 2024 NFL Draft.
Matthew Berry, Connor Rogers and Jay Croucher review the best landing spots for wide receivers in the 2024 NFL Draft, including Malik Nabers to the Chargers and Brian Thomas Jr. to the Jaguars.
Matthew Berry, Connor Rogers and Jay Croucher examine the quarterbacks in the 2024 NFL Draft and discuss the best fits for Jayden Daniels, J.J. McCarthy, Michael Penix Jr. and more.

Rotoworld Fantasy Football

Hayden Winks of Underdog Fantasy joins Patrick Daugherty, Denny Carter and Kyle Dvorchak to assess how the NFL draft will change Brock Bowers’ fantasy football outlook and where Bo Nix stacks up in this year’s draft.
Hayden Winks joins the Rotoworld Football Show to discuss where Washington WR Ja’Lynn Polk and Texas WR Adonai Mitchell rank among the top wide receiver prospects ahead of this year’s NFL draft.
Kyle Dvorchak breaks down the potential first-round wide receivers ahead of the 2024 NFL Draft.
Denny Carter examines the data to see which QBs are prone to dump it off to running backs, and which ones don’t
Bet the Edge Podcast

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.

More NFL News

Young prospects from all over the world are just days away from seeing their NFL dreams become a reality.
While the Chargers will have a good chance to pick the top receiver on their draft board next week, they’re still taking a look at a veteran at the position.
I’ve long believed that the fart is proof that: (1) God exists; and (2) He has a good sense of humor.
Bills quarterback Josh Allen talked about the departure of wide receiver Stefon Diggs for a good chunk of his Thursday press conference, but Diggs is just one of many veterans who have parted ways with the Bills this offseason.
The Lions unveiled new uniforms on Thursday night and safety Kerby Joseph used the occasion to share his plans for the team’s offseason program.
Cornerback Tre’Davious White was looking for more than just the best on-field fit in free agency this year.
Chargers head coach Jim Harbaugh said recently that he feels like the team will have the No. 1 overall pick in the draft if four quarterbacks go off the board to start the first round next week and that viewpoint was echoed by General Manager Joe Hortiz on Thursday.
The Lions unveiled new uniforms on Thursday, including black jerseys that they’ll wear for some home games.
Two days after Daniels was emerging as the clear favorite, things have changed.