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Jayden Daniels announced he will not be throwing at the NFL Combine. (Source: Ian Rapoport on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Daniels will be in Indianapolis for interviews and meetings, but he has chosen not to work out. He'll instead throw at his Pro Day. Daniels remains expected to be the second or third quarterback off the board in the NFL Draft in April.


Caleb Williams, a former USC and Oklahoma quarterback and projected QB1 in the 2024 NFL Draft, is not expected to throw at the 2024 NFL Scouting Combine. (Source: Ian Rapoport on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Williams will wait to throw and work out for teams at USC's Pro Day, which is not uncommon among prospects nowadays. The star QB is likely opting to put on a show for scouts at the Pro Day because it's a more controlled and predictable environment than the busy NFL Combine. He will still be in Indianapolis for the NFL Combine to meet with teams.

Category: Rumors


The Saints have restructured the contract of starting DT Nathan Shepherd (Source: Field Yates on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: The move clears just north of $3M in 2024 cap space. The Saints have now created $33 million in cap space this week between the moves they made with Shepherd, Derek Carr and Erik McCoy.

Category: Transactions


The Los Angeles Rams tendered exclusive rights free agent Ronnie Rivers. (Source: Los Angeles Rams on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Rivers will remain with the Rams for a third straight season to begin his NFL career. He will remain in a backup role in the backfield with the Rams.

Category: Transactions


The Pittsburgh Steelers have released C Mason Cole. (Source: Field Yates on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Cole started every game the past two seasons in Pittsburgh, leading an offensive line that struggled for much of this past year. His release opens up just under $5 million in cap space for the Steelers.

Category: Transactions


The San Francisco 49ers have released CB Isaiah Oliver. (Source: Aaron Wilson on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Oliver has been released one season after signing a two-year deal with the 49ers. He recorded one interception with 67 tackles this season and will now look to sign with a new team this offseason.

Category: Transactions


The Rams and Demarcus Robinson have agreed to terms on a 1-year deal worth $5M. (Source: Ian Rapoport on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Robinson came through in the second half of the year this past season for the Rams, catching 26 passes for 371 yards with four touchdowns overall. He figures to remain in a No. 3 wide receiver role next season with the Rams behind Cooper Kupp and Puka Nacua.

Category: Transactions


Kendrick Bourne is reportedly expected to test the free agent market this offseason. (Source: Aaron Wilson on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Bourne spent the past three seasons with the Patriots, suffering a torn ACL this past year in Week 8. With the injury he'll be coming off of, that may impact his market.


The Bengals have informed Tee Higgins they will be placing the franchise tag on him. (Source: Ian Rapoport on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: The franchise tag number is expected to be around $21.8M, fully guaranteed for Higgins. It is also possible the two sides comes to an agreement on a long-term extension at some point but for now, Higgins and the Bengals will run it back for at least one more season.

Category: Transactions


The Dolphins have informed Xavien Howard he will be released at the start of the league year. (Source: Mike Garafolo on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Howard spent his whole career with Miami. He led the league in interceptions twice, and should have no problem finding a new team in free agency.

Category: Transactions


The Dolphins plan to release veteran Emmanuel Ogbah. (Source: Adam Schefter on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Ogbah signed a four-year, $65 million deal with the Dolphins two years ago that included an opt-out after the 2023 season. It opens up $13.7 million in cap space for Miami. He shouldn't have any issues finding a new team in free agency.

Category: Transactions


Derek Carr has restructured his contract with the New Orleans Saints as they look for ways to get under the salary cap. The move is expected to save the team $23 million. (Source: Jeremy Fowler on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: The Saints are among the top teams in terms of being over the salary cap. Thankfully, Carr taking a large chunk of his money as a signing bonus gives them more room to work. As for his fantasy value, Carr is all but locked in as their starter for the next several years, since releasing him would be a massive dead cap hit and it’s unlikely he will be traded with the size of contract he has. He’ll likely be a QB2 like he has been for his entire career, steady enough to start in 2QB and stream in 1QB formats, but not worth rostering in single QB formats unless it is a deep league.

Category: Transactions


The Philadelphia Eagles are re-signing TE Albert Okwuegbunam to a one-year deal for the 2024 season. (Source: Field Yates on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Okwuegbunam spent the 2023 season with the Eagles after being with the Denver Broncos for the first three seasons of his NFL career. He was set to become a free agent this offseason but will instead return to the team that traded for him as a part of a late-round pick swap. He only appeared in four games, playing 57 offensive snaps in relief of TE Dallas Goedert. He was inactive for 10 games in 2023.

Category: Transactions


The Seahawks and QB Geno Smith have agreed to a restructured contract that will free up $4.8 million in cap space. (Source: Field Yates on Twitter )

Fantasy Impact: Smith will receive his $9.6 million roster bonus as a signing bonus. The veteran is expected to remain the starter for the 2024 season under new head coach Mike Macdonald.

Category: Transactions


There is reportedly a "building buzz" about the Atlanta Falcons being in play to trade for Justin Fields. (Source: Zach Gelb on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: It appears it is becoming more likely that the Bears trade Fields before drafting Caleb Williams No. 1 overall in April. The Falcons, Steelers and Raiders are a few of the teams who have been rumored to be linked to Fields at different times this offseason. This will remain a situation to monitor closely.

Category: Rumors


New England Patriots WR/special teamer Matthew Slater is retiring from the NFL after 16 seasons with New England. (Source: New England Patriots on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: A fifth-round pick out of UCLA, Slater is the son of Hall of Fame OL Jackie Slater, a seven-time Pro Bowler. However, Matthew is a 10-time Pro Bowler, with eight All-Pro nods and three Super Bowl titles. Despite finishing his career with more tackles (191) than scrimmage yards (57) while being listed as a WR, he has a chance to join his father in the Hall as a special teamer.

Category: Transactions


According to his agency, the Philadelphia Eagles are signing RB Tyrion Davis-Price to a reserve/futures contract for the 2024 season. (Source: Elite Loyalty Sports on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: This will set Davis-Price up to be on the Eagles' 90-man roster with a chance to compete to be on their 53-man roster for the 2024 season. All three of D'Andre Swift, Boston Scott and Rashaad Penny are pending free agents, and Davis-Price (23) could carve a role as a former third-rounder with San Francisco.

Category: Transactions


Antoine Winfield Jr. is a candidate to receive the franchise tag this offseason. (Source: Rick Stroud on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Winfield is the likely candidate if the Buccaneers use the franchise tag this year with the window opening up. According to Stroud, the two sides would then look to work out a long-term deal.

Category: Rumors


Trent Brown had his contract voided Monday, setting him to be a free agent this offseason. (Source: Jeremy Fowler on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: The Patriots will carry a $2 million dead cap into 2024 from Brown's previous contract. He spent the past three seasons with New England. He should draw some interest in free agency.

Category: Transactions


The Bengals reportedly could let Tyler Boyd walk this offseason. (Source: ESPN.com)

Fantasy Impact: Boyd is coming off arguably his worst season since his second year in the league back in 2017. He'll likely look to land a No. 3 wide receiver role with a new team in free agency.

Category: Rumors