Connor Barth in, Rian Lindell out for Bucs
Barth missed the 2013 season after suffering a torn Achilles in a charity basketball game in July. He was replaced by Lindell, who is a free agent this offseason.
Lindell was 23 of 29 on field goals in 2013 with 31 extra points.
Report: Seahawks might chase Will Smith
Smith tore his ACL and did not play last season. Before that he had at least 5.5 sacks in each of his last four seasons with the Saints. Prior to 2013 he missed four games in nine seasons.
Broncos will let Trindon Holliday test free agency
A report says the
Last year Holliday returned 32 punts for 271 yards and a touchdown and fielded 28 kickoffs for 775 yards and another score (105 yards). Holliday had five fumbles, losing two of them.
Brandon Spikes, Patriots expected to part ways
Spikes appeared on the NFL Network on Friday and said "both sides could benefit from a fresh start." He also added that his injured knee is "100 percent."
Spikes, who had 86 tackles during the 2013 season, was placed on injured reserve in advance of the AFC divisional round in part due to missing a team meeting. Spikes also was dealing with a knee issue during the latter part of the season.
Colts give Pat McAfee a five-year deal
McAfee would have been an unrestricted free agent if he didn't sign the deal by Tuesday.
Josh McCown linked to Buccaneers, Vikings
It looks like the market for backup quarterback
McCown threw 13 touchdowns and one interception and posted a 109.0 passing rating in relief of the injured Jay Cutler last season. The
Jets could keep Mark Sanchez in 2014
There's a chance the
Sanchez isn't expected to return with a $9 million base salary and a $2 million roster bonus due later this month. But the report says there's a possibility Sanchez could come back for lesser money.
The report says the final outcome depends on whether the teams potentially interested in Sanchez find other quarterbacks elsewhere in the early days of free agency.
Bengals re-up with lineman Mike Pollak
B.J. Raji might not accept Packers' offer
The Packers offered Raji the options of one- and two-year contracts. For one year, their offer was for about $4 million. ESPN reported Thursday that Raji was close to a one-year deal, but the Journal-Sentinel report says the deal is not imminent and there are indications Raji isn't interested.
The Journal Sentinel reported during the 2013 season that Raji turned down a long-term offer averaging $8 million. That offer contained about $20 million in guaranteed money. Raji chose to play out the season and see if he could do better as a free agent.
Jets expected to pick up option for Muhammad Wilkerson
The report says the Jets could sign Wilkerson to a long-term contract extension this offseason, but that could be unlikely unless he "accepts a team-friendly deal."
Wilkerson is scheduled to earn $1.2 million in 2014. Per terms of the CBA, Wilkerson, the 30th pick in the 2011 draft, is in line for $5.25 million-$6 million in 2015 under the team option.
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December 18, 2013
Fantasy Football Today: Early Look -- Round 2 (12/18) (9:02)