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Denver Broncos Free Agency Updates

John Elway has quietly put together a strong free agency. From securing a trade for A.J. Bouye in early March to trading a 7th round pick for pro-bowler Jurrell Casey, Elway and Co. have been making what appear to be all the right moves…

The Newest Giants: Free Agency Frenzy Recap

The former Panthers cornerback is set to ink a 3 year/$45M deal with the Giants, that equals to about $15M AAV. Bradberry was drafted by Dave Gettleman, with the Panthers, in the 2nd round of the 2016 draft to replace Josh Norman, who departed for the Redskins earlier that spring. Bradberry additionally has a long, strong frame at 6’1 212 lbs. He’s spent a good chunk of his young career covering some of the leagues best receivers in the NFC South…

Tom Brady Moving on, Stefon Diggs Trade + 2020 NFL Free Agency Updates

Tom Brady isn’t a Patriot!?!? That’s right Tom Brady plans on signing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers! In this episode Pride and Q discuss the Brady signing and its impacts on fantasy football. They then discuss the Stefon Diggs trade and the impact on fantasy football from it. They then recap the biggest signings related to fantasy football in free agency and provide analysis on what the moves mean moving forward.

NY Giants Free Agency Blueprint

The NFL’s free agency period begins March 18 and tons of eyes will be turned on the NFL’s off-season proceedings in these unprecedented times due to coronavirus. Additionally, the New York Giants now have $77.8 million in cap space. With Big Blue set to be big spenders this year, combined with the history that their most recent successes this century have come from big signings in free agency in 2007, 2011 and 2016, let’s take a look at some candidates who could be on the squad in 2020.

2020 NFL Free Agent Frenzy, DeAndre Hopkins Trade + New CBA Ramifications

What a day! In today’s episode Mike, Pride, and Q discuss all the free agency news and notes. They discuss all the signings, all the franchise tagging, and all the trades! We then give an analysis of these moves and what it means for fantasy football. We discuss the massive DeAndre Hopkins trade as well we give the ramifications of the new CBA voted by the players.

Why Tom Brady Should Sign With The Tennessee Titans

With free agency being days away, Tom Brady is the biggest name on the market. Brady, who is 42 years old, is set to make the biggest decision of the off-season. He will decide if he wants to end his career with the most prestigious organization of today, or walk away from the only team he has ever played for.

Running Back Free Agency Predictions: Derrick Henry & Kenyan Drake

There are quite a few teams that will be looking for some help in the backfield during the off-season. Teams that are rebuilding or that will be looking to add depth at a vital position for success will get their first shot at free agents until the draft in April. How aggressive will teams be in pursuing the players that they want, and who is willing to wait around for the best value?

Seahawks in Free Agency: Who Fits in Seattle?

GM John Schneider is no stranger to making big acquisitions via free agency. His works include the signings of Michael Bennett, Cliff Avril, Jimmy Graham and a bevy of others that have contributed to the Seahawks in a major way. With an estimated 50.7M in cap space, and a roster full of immediate needs, one would like the chances of Schneider making a go at another splash signing this off-season. The Seahawks have already proven that they were just a play or two away from competing for it all, or at the very least, came within inches of shaking up the entire NFC Playoff picture against their division rivals, the San Francisco 49ers. As we all now know, the 49ers went on to play Super Bowl LIV.

Running Back Free Agency Predictions: LeSean McCoy, Carlos Hyde, & Jordan Howard

There are quite a few teams that will be looking for some help in the backfield during the off-season. Teams that are rebuilding or that will be looking to add depth at a vital position for success will get their first shot at free agents until the draft in April. How aggressive will teams be in pursuing the players that they want, and who is willing to wait around for the beat value?

Running Back Free Agency Predictions: Lamar Miller, Chris Thompson & Melvin Gordon

There are quite a few teams that will be looking for some help in the backfield during the off-season. Teams that are rebuilding or that will be looking to add depth at a vital position for success will get their first shot at free agents until the draft in April. The RB pool in the free-agent market is filled with lots of experience and different types of players. Where might some of these players end up?

Quarterback Free Agency Predictions: Drew Brees, Teddy Bridgewater & Philip Rivers

The 2020 season only has one game left, The Super Bowl, which means that the off-season is quickly approaching. Teams will be getting ready for the Draft in April, making changes to the coaching staff/ team management, and working on their rosters for the 2020 regular season. Right now, one of the biggest challenges facing teams is how to deal with their free-agent players. Normally there are a few big names that enter the free agency, especially at QB, but this year there seem to be quite a few QBs on in the market.

Who Stays and Who Goes? Eagles 2020 Free Agents

The Philadelphia Eagles made it to the playoff finish held together by scotch tape. However their playoff hopes ended with a Carson Wentz concussion and the 40 year old Josh McCown doing his best but still on a losing end to the Seahawks 17-9. Even with the injuries they have building blocks with Wentz, Sanders, Goedert, Dillard and steady vets such as Brooks, Johnson, Cox, Graham and Jenkins if a deal is finalized. With a long offseason ahead for Howie Roseman, he needs to make some tough decisions and try to reload for another playoff push next season. Here are my thoughts on the 16 free agents for the Eagles and whether they should stay or they should go.

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