Ka'imi Fairbairn
Texans' Ka'Imi Fairbairn: Signs with Houston
Ka'imi Fairbairn, K, DRF
4/30/2016
News: Fairbairn reached a deal with the Texans, per a source, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.

Fairbairn made all 47 of his extra points and 20 of his 24 field-goal attempts during his seasons year. Nick Novak ended the 2015 season as the team's kicker, but he didn't perform so well that the Texans shouldn't entertain other options.

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Brian Hoyer
Bears' Brian Hoyer: Signs with Chicago
Brian Hoyer, QB, HOU
4/30/2016
News: Hoyer will sign a one-year deal with the Bears.

Hoyer was waiting out the 2016 NFL Draft before deciding on his fifth NFL destination, and he wasted no time by agreeing to terms with the Bears on Saturday evening. After starting 11 games in Houston last season, the 30-year-old will serve as a backup to Jay Cutler in 2016.

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Tyler Matakevich
Steelers' Tyler Matakevich: Seventh-round pick by Steelers
Tyler Matakevich, OLB, DRF
4/30/2016
News: The Steelers selected Matakevich in the seventh round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 246th overall.

Matakevich lacks the athleticism normally seen in starting NFL linebackers, but he'll get a long look from the league anyway thanks to his standout production on a strong Temple defense. Matakevich finished the 2015 season with 138 tackles (15 for a loss) and 4.5 sacks.

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Kenny Lawler
Seahawks' Kenny Lawler: Seventh-round pick for Seahawks
Kenny Lawler, WR, DRF
4/30/2016
News: The Seahawks selected Lawler in the seventh round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 243rd overall.

Lawler was widely identified as a potential second- or third-round pick prior to pre-draft workouts, but he revealed himself for a below average athlete at receiver and his stock fell from that point. Lawler has reel in catches from a big radius and has good coordination in the air, but he generally has the look of a backup.

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Keith Marshall
Redskins' Keith Marshall: Falls to seventh round
Keith Marshall, RB, DRF
4/30/2016
News: The Redskins selected Marshall in the seventh round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 242nd overall.

Marshall shocked everyone by easily timing fastest among running backs at the Combine with a 4.31-second 40-yard dash, and as a result he was expected to get drafted sooner than this. The extensive knee problems that bothered him at Georgia may have loomed large in his prospect profile for NFL teams, however. If Marshall can have a little good luck with his durability, this pick should easily pay off for Washington.

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Charone Peake
Jets' Charone Peake: Seventh-round pick by Jets
Charone Peake, WR, DRF
4/30/2016
News: The Jets selected Peake in the seventh round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 241st overall.

Peake is a former top recruit who has good size and athleticism, but he dealt with a lot of injuries at Clemson and struggled to earn targets his whole career. If not for lead wideout Mike Williams getting hurt and freshman Deon Cain's various disciplinary issues, Peake might have been as low as fourth on the Clemson depth chart for all of 2015.

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Alex McCalister
Alex McCalister: Selected by Eagles
Alex McCalister, DE, DRF
4/30/2016
News: The Eagles selected McCalister in the seventh round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 240th overall.

McCalister is raw and needs to add weight to his frame, but for a 6-foot-6 defender with such a big wingspan, McCalister really displays excellent quickness and explosiveness. He's a nice project defender for Philadelphia.

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Daniel Lasco
Saints' Daniel Lasco: Headed to New Orleans
Daniel Lasco, RB, DRF
4/30/2016
News: The Saints selected Lasco in the seventh round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 237th overall.

Lasco is an interesting name in dynasty formats after torching the Combine, but he generally doesn't have the appearance of much more than a third-down sort of running back in the NFL. Even if he's more quick than fast, Lasco is a player to watch in training camp, as the Saints depth chart behind Mark Ingram is unsettled.

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Jalen Mills
Eagles' Jalen Mills: Selected in seventh
Jalen Mills, FS, DRF
4/30/2016
News: The Eagles selected Mills in the seventh round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 233rd overall.

Mills is a corner/safety tweener who was generally expected to go in the third or fourth round. Assuming his health isn't too much of a red flag, this pick could yield a nice bargain for Philadelphia.

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Steven Daniels
Redskins' Steven Daniels: Seventh-round pick
Steven Daniels, ILB, DRF
4/30/2016
News: The Redskins selected Daniels in the seventh round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 232nd overall.

Daniels is a thumper prospect who generally doesn't have the look of much more than a special teams player in the NFL. Undersized and short on athleticism, asking a three-down role of him seems like a lot.

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