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The Vikings informed Alexander Mattison that they are releasing him. (Source: Adam Schefter on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Mattison took over last season for Dalvin Cook and ran for 700 yards with 30 receptions. After opening the season as the workhorse, Ty Chandler eventually cut into his role. Chandler currently figures to lead the Vikings backfield, but they'll likely bring in another running back this offseason through free agency or the NFL Draft.

Category: Transactions


Cameron Jordan signed a deal that freed up $1.5 million in cap space for the Saints. (Source: Mike Triplett on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Jordan is the latest Saints player to restructure their contract to open up cap space for the team. He recorded two sacks last season.

Category: Transactions


The Lions are not picking up Khalil Dorsey's exclusive rights tender. (Source: Jeremy Fowler on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Dorsey finished last season with 11 tackles, one pass deflection and 244 kick return yards. He is now set to hit free agency.

Category: Transactions


Rams GM Les Snead said Tyler Higbee has had surgery to repair his torn ACL, but his timeline to return is "still unclear." (Source: Sarah Barshop on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Higbee tore his ACL and MCL in the Rams Wild Card loss against the Lions. His injury status will be worth monitoring throughout the rest of the offseason.

Category: Injury Updates


Rams GM Les Snead says the Rams have spoken to OL Joe Noteboom and his agents to try and find a "win-win" financial answer to keep Noteboom on the roster. (Source: Andrew Siciliano on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: It appears Noteboom will have to take some sort of pay cut to remain with the Rams. He figures to have a backup role on the offensive line if he remains with the team after battling some injuries.


Saints coach Dennis Allen said Ryan Ramczyk had a minor procedure on his knee after the season. (Source: Matthew Paras on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Allen added that Ramczyk is expected to be ready for training camp, if not beforehand.

Category: Injury Updates


Browns coach Kevin Stefanski expects bigger and better things from WR Elijah Moore in his second season with team. (Source: Scott Petrak on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Moore saw career-highs in targets (104), receptions (59) and receiving yards (640) in his first season with the Browns last season. He still wasn't fantasy relevant in his role, but he could hold a bigger role in the Browns offense next season.


Colts GM Chris Ballard said that Michael Pittman Jr. will be on the roster come Week 1, either by an extension or the franchise tag if necessary. (Source: Nate Atkins on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Pittman was slated to potentially be one of the bigger name wide receivers in free agency this offseason, but it appears he'll remain with the Colts one way or another. He dealt with some head injuries last season, but caught 109 passes for 1,152 yards and four touchdowns. Anthony Richardson (shoulder) remains on track to have a chance of being healthy by Week 1 next season.

Category: Transactions


Dolphins GM Chris Grier said they will meet with Tua Tagovailoa’s agent this week in Indy about long-term extension. (Source: Cameron Wolfe on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Grier said that they are “hopeful” to get deal done this offseason & “ideal” before training camp and season. He added that big money quarterback deals “rarely come together quickly.”

Category: Transactions


Dolphins GM Chris Grier laughed when asked about the idea of trading Jaylen Waddle. (Source: Cameron Wolfe on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: “No thoughts of trading Jaylen Waddle. He'll be around here for a long time," Grier said. Waddle dealt with some nagging injuries last season, finishing the year with 1,014 yards and three touchdowns on 72 receptions.


Carolina Panthers RB was named the "lead back going forward" by Dan Morgan, the team's general manager and president of football operations. (Source: Sheena Quick on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Hubbard, who took over the RB1 role from Miles Sanders midseason, started all 12 games for the Panthers after Week 6. He averaged 62.3 yards per game as a starter, including five total touchdowns and five games with 80+ rushing yards. The Panthers are set to head into 2024 with Hubbard, who is entering his fourth season, and Sanders, who will be in Year 2 of his big contract and will become cuttable after 2024.

Category: Rumors


New York Jets GM Joe Douglas confirmed that the team has permitted QB Zach Wilson's camp to communicate with teams and seek out potential trade offers. (Source: Zack Rosenblatt on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Wilson's time in New York has been rough, but it seemed to be at an all-time low when Wilson was benched midseason for Tim Boyle. The former No. 2 pick has not lived up to his expectations but seemed to have a solid relationship with QB Aaron Rodgers, who tore his Achilles on the first drive of last season. Wilson may opt for a change of scenery, hoping to potentially revitalize his career.

Category: Rumors


The Kansas City Chiefs have officially placed the franchise tag on L'Jarius Sneed. (Source: Jordan Schultz on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: The tag costs a little over $19 million. The two sides will look to work out an extension and if they're not able to, the Chiefs could look to trade Sneed as was previously reported.

Category: Transactions


The Bengals have extended a tender to Jake Browning. (Source: Jay Morrison on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Browning will remain on the team next season backing up Joe Burrow. He impressed in flashes across seven starts this past year, throwing 12 touchdowns to seven interceptions and leading them to a 4-3 record. He is someone the Bengals know they can trust if Burrow ever had to miss time.

Category: Transactions


Marquez Valdes-Scantling has been released by the Kansas City Chiefs. The move saves the team $12 million in salary cap space. (Source: Jeremy Fowler on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: MVS being a cap casualty is not surprising. After the Chiefs brought him in via free agency two years ago he never lived up to his contract cost, catching a combined 63 passes for 1002 yards and three scores the regular season since 2022. The move undoubtedly signals future moves by Kansas City to revamp their wide receiver room. MVS will now try to find a home elsewhere.

Category: Transactions


When asked if Jamal Adams is in the plans of new coach Mike Macdonald, Seahawks GM John Schneider allowed there a chance for him not to be. (Source: Seattle Times)

Fantasy Impact: “Is he in his plans?’’ Schneider said. “Yeah, I mean, we’ll find out. We’ll keep working through things. … We’re still trying to figure all that out.’’ The Seahawks are able to save quite a bit against the cap by releasing Adams later in the offseason, so it is something they may consider following some injury-riddled seasons in Seattle. If he is released, Adams shouldn't have much of a problem finding a new team.

Category: Rumors


Seahawks GM John Schneider said QB Geno Smith is the starter “until he’s not.” (Source: ESPN.com)

Fantasy Impact: It is a new coaching staff in Seattle under Mike Macdonald. Smith agreed to restructure his contract last week to open up some cap space for the Seahawks. It appears Smith will be the quarterback heading into the season for Seattle, but it is possible they draft someone in April to sit behind him.


Bengals director of player personnel Duke Tobin said the team doesn't plan on trading Tee Higgins. (Source: Charlie Goldsmith on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: "Really simple. He's a good player. We want to keep him. We have resources to do that," Tobin said. He added that they're a better team with Higgins. The Bengals will run it back with the trio of Higgins, Ja'Marr Chase and Joe Burrow.


Chiefs GM Brett Veach said the goal is to get a long-term deal done with Chris Jones. (Source: Jonathan Jones on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: "Just like last year our goal and intent is hopefully to get something long term done," Veach said. After the two sides couldn't get a deal done last season, Jones held out before returning to Kansas City after Week 1. It seems more likely a deal will get done this offseason.

Category: Rumors


The Buccaneers are reportedly actively working towards re-signing wide receiver Mike Evans. (Source: Jenna Laine on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Laine added that the Bucs are willing to do a deal even if it puts a strain on their finances to do so. "We're going to do whatever we can to make sure that he's a Buc," general manager Jason Licht said. The Bucs are also working on bringing back Baker Mayfield as well.