News: The Buccaneers signed DT John McCargo to replace DL E.J. Wilson, who was placed on Injured Reserve on Monday. "I will not make the same mistakes I made in Buffalo," McCargo said. "I'm making the most of this chance."
Analysis: Neither of these guys are expected to help you win a Fantasy title. Leave them off rosters.
News: The Bucs added two players to their practice squad, receiver Ed Gant and defensive end E.J. Wilson, on Tuesday.
Analysis: Wilson was with Seattle until they cut him last week. Wilson played in just one game this season for Seattle. He was mostly on the inactive list. It's safe to ignore him in Fantasy.
News: The Seahawks have signed fourth-round draft choices Walter Thurmond and E.J. Wilson to four-year contracts. A team spokesman confirmed the deals for the rookies on Thursday. Wilson was a three-year starter along the defensive front for North Carolina. He played all over in 37 starts for Tar Heels, from linebacker to inside as a nose tackle. Wilson gives Seattle much-needed depth on the defensive line.
Analysis: Wilson isn't expected to post many quality stats to help your Fantasy team this season. Ignore him in most IDP leagues on Draft Day.
News: Seattle drafted DE E.J. Wilson in the fourth round of the NFL Draft at No. 127 overall. Wilson, from North Carolina, had 29 tackles for loss and 12 sacks in his college career, reports the Sports Xchange.
Analysis: Wilson has a chance to play right away for the Seahawks and challenge Lawrence Jackson for playing time, but he has minimal Fantasy value. Don't plan on drafting Wilson in the majority of leagues this season.