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  • FA Defensive Back #38
    Moore was one of several players suspended last season for violating the league’s gambling policy. He was released by the Lions shortly after the suspension was handed down and had signed a two-year, $4.5 million contract a month before. Moore has played primarily on special teams and has just 345 defensive snaps to his name over the first four years of his career. In addition to Moore, the league also reinstated WR Quintez Cephus, DL Demetrius Taylor, EDGE Shaka Toney, and LB Rashod Berry.
  • CLE Running Back #24
    As Berry stated, Chubb running is “not to say that he’s through the woods or anything, but he’s doing everything in his power [to return].” Everything remains wait-and-see with Chubb, who suffered suffered a devastating knee injury in last season’s Week 2 contest against the Steelers. It was the second time Chubb was dealt a serious injury to that knee, with the previous injury coming during his college days at Georgia. Berry said Chubb has attacked his rehab “very aggressively,” but we likely won’t know much about his early-season availability until we get closer to training camp.
  • WAS General Manager
    The Commanders are a near lock to take a quarterback with the No. 2 pick in next week’s draft, but who they take remains up for debate. After recently hosting several of the draft’s top quarterback prospects for a night at Top Golf and one-on-one meetings, the Commanders are doing their due diligence to ensure they get off on the right foot under a new regime led by owner Josh Harris, head coach Dan Quinn, and Peters. Jayden Daniels and Drake Maye appear to be jockeying for the right to be the second player off the board, while J.J. McCarthy remains a wild card for the No. 2 spot.
  • FA Cornerback #21
    Gilmore, 33, remains a free agent after playing one season with the Cowboys. The veteran corner played on 999 snaps for the Cowboys last season, earning a PFF coverage grade of 72.3 while allowing 50-653-4 to opposing pass-catchers. It was what we’ve come to expect from Gilmore in recent years, as he remains a serviceable No. 2 corner who is still capable of matching up with most receivers in the league. The market has been relatively quiet on Gilmore thus far, but we’d expect more teams to get in on signing him after the draft concludes and teams reassess their roster needs.
  • CLE Quarterback #4
    Berry said Watson has been throwing passes up to 40 yards and is “progressing as appropriate.” The team isn’t ready to guarantee Watson will be ready to go come Week 1 — despite him asserting he would be ready at that time — but every offseason report concerning his shoulder has been positive thus far. Berry’s comments echo what head coach Kevin Stefanski said earlier in the week regarding Watson’s shoulder, as both have expressed confidence in the plan the team has in place to get him on the field in time for the start of the season.
  • NE Front Office
    The Patriots continue to hint at being open to trading the No. 3 pick, but for a team so desperate to secure a franchise quarterback, it’s hard to imagine them moving the pick if there’s a quarterback they like. They’ve done their due diligence in meeting with the flock of incoming quarterbacks, as Jayden Daniels, Drake Maye, J.J. McCarthy, and Michael Penix have all had top 30 visits with the team. They even met with Tennessee’s Joe Milton at one point in time. We’ll see if anything develops between now and next week’s draft, but the Patriots continue to sound like a team ready to usher in the Jerod Mayo era with a new quarterback at the helm.
  • CLE Guard #68
    Ifedi spent last season with the Bills after being released by the Lions at the conclusion of training camp but didn’t appear in a game last season. The former first-round pick last played in 2022, appearing in 17 games for the Falcons as a backup. He hasn’t started a game since 2021. Ifedi is an eight-year vet who can slot in to start if necessary, but he’s now two years removed from his last start. He’ll likely have to battle for a roster spot in camp.
  • LAC Running Back #27
    Dobbins signs to a Chargers team that has a heavy Ravens influence already with former Ravens executive Joe Hortiz as general manager. He started last season as the Ravens’ starter but tore his Achilles in Week 1. Dobbins also tore his ACL in 2021, beginning a series of injuries that have hampered his career. Once averaging six yards per carry as a rookie, Dobbins joins former offensive coordinator Greg Roman and backfield mate Gus Edwards with the Chargers in hopes of regaining his efficient form.
  • FA Running Back #23
    Penny spent last season with the Eagles, appearing in three games and getting 11 carries for 33 yards. His role was reduced in the Philly backfield after spending five seasons with the Seahawks. Penny visited his former team with a chance to rejoin a backfield that looks different from his last stint in Seattle. If Penny does join the Seahawks, he would back up Kenneth Walker and Zach Charbonnet as a depth piece.
  • FA Tackle #67
    Murray signed a futures contract with the Browns earlier this offseason but has decided to call it a career. The former UDFA entered the league in 2016 but didn’t see his first regular season action until 2018 as a member of the Raiders. Murray went on to appear in 41 games during his career while also making 20 starts. He spent 2023 with the Titans and appeared in four games as a backup.
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.”



Fill in the Blank: Best late-round draft steals
Jac Collinsworth, Tony Dungy and Rodney Harrison discuss which players they think will be the best late-round steals in the 2024 NFL Draft as well as which QB they believe will have the strongest rookie campaign.


The Houston Texans are one of the teams with the brightest futures in the league.
The Commanders won’t be on the clock until next Thursday night, but General Manager Adam Peters expects the team to finalize their plans before things get underway in Detroit.
Allen called Diggs “the receiver that helped me become the quarterback that I am today” in a Thursday press conference.
When edge rusher Jadeveon Clowney signed with the Panthers last month, he said that he was going to urge his former high school teammate Stephon Gilmore to join him in Charlotte.

Matthew Berry

Matthew Berry adjusts his Way, Way Too Early Top 50 Rankings for 2024 in the aftermath of the surprise blockbuster trade sending Stefon Diggs to the Texans.
Matthew Berry, Connor Rogers and Jay Croucher analyze Matthew Berry’s fantasy rankings from No. 21 through No. 30, highlighting the potential of Josh Jacobs and D.J. Moore.
The Fantasy Football Happy Hour crew discusses Patrick Mahomes’ receiving weapons, Cooper Kupp’s target share with Puka Nacua and more in Matthew Berry’s current 2024 fantasy football rankings.
The Fantasy Football Happy Hour crew analyzes who the Washington Commanders might select with the No. 2 overall pick in the NFL draft, breaking down odds courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.

Rotoworld Fantasy Football

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
Patrick Daugherty and Denny Carter discuss DeVonta Smith’s extension with the Philadelphia Eagles, evaluating the former Alabama star’s status as a reliable pass-catcher in fantasy football.
Despite his elite skillset, expectations for Brock Bowers’ rookie year should be tempered given recent examples of first-round tight ends struggling to live up to their draft status.
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More NFL News

Browns General Manager Andrew Berry’s press conference on Thursday included updates on a pair of prominent offensive players coming off of injury.
The Bills recently traded receiver Stefon Diggs to the Texans.
Giants General Manager Joe Schoen is disputing talk that he and the team have regrets about the contract they signed quarterback Daniel Jones to last year.
Wide receiver Stefon Diggs’ time in Buffalo was marked by a lot of production on the field as well as occasional outbursts during games and away from the field that led some to question if the former was worth putting up with the latter.
The Bills made a significant change to their offense earlier this month by trading receiver Stefon Diggs to the Texans.
Giants tight end Darren Waller has been saying all offseason that he might retire, but he hasn’t made a decision.
During the annual league meeting last month, Colts head coach Shane Steichen said he thought Anthony Richardson would be ready for the start of the offseason program after undergoing season-ending shoulder surgery.