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QB P. Mahomes KC $9,000 SALARY 2.8x VALUE 24.9 FP
WR J. Edelman NE $7,900 SALARY 1.7x VALUE 13.1 FP
RB S. Michel NE $7,500 SALARY 3.1x VALUE 23.3 FP
RB D. Williams KC $7,200 SALARY 4.2x VALUE 30.1 FP
WR B. Cooks LA $6,900 SALARY 2.1x VALUE 14.2 FP
TE R. Gronkowski NE $5,600 SALARY 2.0x VALUE 10.9 FP
WR S. Watkins KC $5,600 SALARY 2.4x VALUE 13.4 FP
RB R. Burkhead NE $5,500 SALARY 3.7x VALUE 20.4 FP
D LA D/ST LA $4,200 SALARY 1.0x VALUE 4.0 FP
      $59,400 TOTAL
SALARY
  154.3 TOTAL
FP
QB P. Mahomes KC $6,600 SALARY 3.8x VALUE 24.9 FP
WR J. Edelman NE $6,600 SALARY 2.5x VALUE 16.6 FP
RB D. Williams KC $6,400 SALARY 5.1x VALUE 32.6 FP
RB S. Michel NE $5,600 SALARY 4.7x VALUE 26.3 FP
WR B. Cooks LA $5,300 SALARY 3.9x VALUE 20.7 FP
TE R. Gronkowski NE $4,100 SALARY 3.4x VALUE 13.9 FP
WR S. Watkins KC $4,000 SALARY 4.6x VALUE 18.4 FP
RB R. Burkhead NE $3,400 SALARY 6.6x VALUE 22.4 FP
D LA D/ST LA $2,300 SALARY 1.7x VALUE 4.0 FP
      $44,300 TOTAL
SALARY
  179.8 TOTAL
FP
QB P. Mahomes KC $39 SALARY 0.6x VALUE 24.9 FP
WR J. Edelman NE $21 SALARY 0.5x VALUE 9.6 FP
WR B. Cooks LA $20 SALARY 0.5x VALUE 10.7 FP
RB S. Michel NE $20 SALARY 1.2x VALUE 23.3 FP
RB D. Williams KC $19 SALARY 1.5x VALUE 27.6 FP
D LA D/ST LA $17 SALARY 0.2x VALUE 4.0 FP
WR S. Watkins KC $17 SALARY 0.7x VALUE 11.4 FP
RB R. Burkhead NE $11 SALARY 1.7x VALUE 18.4 FP
TE T. Higbee LA $10 SALARY 0.9x VALUE 8.5 FP
      $174 TOTAL
SALARY
  138.4 TOTAL
FP
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Bills release tight end Charles Clay on Friday

The Buffalo Bills have released tight end Charles Clay on Friday.

What It Means:

By releasing Clay, the Bills were able to save 4.5 million against their cap. The 30-year tight end struggled with his production after signing a five-year $38 million dollar contract in 2015 but look for him to latch on with another team at some point during the off-season.

In four seasons with Buffalo, Clay hauled in 178 receptions for 1,822 yards and 9 touchdowns.

Antonio Brown will reportedly meet with Steelers owner

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown will meet with team owner Art Rooney II, reports Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

What It Means:

Brown apparently had a change of heart, as Rapoport previously reported that he would not meet with Rooney. The receiver officially requested a trade from the Steelers earlier this week following a tempestuous season in Pittsburgh. Brown turns 31 this summer.

Brown caught 104 passes for 1,297 yards and 15 touchdowns on 168 targets in 15 games last season.

Schefter: Broncos 'most likely' letting Brandon Marshall walk

The Denver Broncos are "most likely" going to release linebacker Brandon Marshall, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter.

What It Means:

Marshall played the past six seasons in Denver after spending his rookie year with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Injuries have limited Marshall to 11 games in two of the past three seasons. He turns 30 in September.

Marshall recorded 41 tackles (21 solo) with 1 pass deflection in 11 games last season.

Nick Foles, Jaguars expected to have 'mutual interest'

Free agent quarterback Nick Foles, formerly of the Philadelphia Eagles, and the Jacksonville Jaguars are expected to have "mutual interest," reports Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network.

What It Means:

The Jaguars are one of only a few teams in need of a new quarterback, so the match makes sense. Blake Bortles will likely need to find a new NFL home for 2019.

Foles averaged 282.6 passing yards (7.2 yards per attempt) on a 72.3 completion percentage with 7 touchdowns and 4 interceptions in five games last season.

Broncos reportedly deal 4th-round pick to Ravens for Joe Flacco

The Denver Broncos acquired quarterback Joe Flacco from the Baltimore Ravens in exchange for a 2019 fourth-round pick, per multiple reports.

What It Means:

The Broncos had two 2019 fourth-round picks as a result of trading Demaryius Thomas to the Houston Texans midseason. They will send their own pick to Baltimore and keep Houston's, but it won't be official until the new league year starts on March 13. Flacco, a 34-year-old with a recent history of back and hip issues, has averaged just 6.4 yards per pass attempt (YPA) over the past four seasons. Case Keenum will reportedly be traded or released.

Flacco threw for 2,465 yards (6.5 YPA) on a 61.2 completion percentage with 12 touchdowns and 6 interceptions in nine games for Baltimore last season.

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Bills release tight end Charles Clay on Friday

The Buffalo Bills have released tight end Charles Clay on Friday.

What It Means:

By releasing Clay, the Bills were able to save 4.5 million against their cap. The 30-year tight end struggled with his production after signing a five-year $38 million dollar contract in 2015 but look for him to latch on with another team at some point during the off-season.

In four seasons with Buffalo, Clay hauled in 178 receptions for 1,822 yards and 9 touchdowns.

Antonio Brown will reportedly meet with Steelers owner

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown will meet with team owner Art Rooney II, reports Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

What It Means:

Brown apparently had a change of heart, as Rapoport previously reported that he would not meet with Rooney. The receiver officially requested a trade from the Steelers earlier this week following a tempestuous season in Pittsburgh. Brown turns 31 this summer.

Brown caught 104 passes for 1,297 yards and 15 touchdowns on 168 targets in 15 games last season.

Schefter: Broncos 'most likely' letting Brandon Marshall walk

The Denver Broncos are "most likely" going to release linebacker Brandon Marshall, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter.

What It Means:

Marshall played the past six seasons in Denver after spending his rookie year with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Injuries have limited Marshall to 11 games in two of the past three seasons. He turns 30 in September.

Marshall recorded 41 tackles (21 solo) with 1 pass deflection in 11 games last season.

Nick Foles, Jaguars expected to have 'mutual interest'

Free agent quarterback Nick Foles, formerly of the Philadelphia Eagles, and the Jacksonville Jaguars are expected to have "mutual interest," reports Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network.

What It Means:

The Jaguars are one of only a few teams in need of a new quarterback, so the match makes sense. Blake Bortles will likely need to find a new NFL home for 2019.

Foles averaged 282.6 passing yards (7.2 yards per attempt) on a 72.3 completion percentage with 7 touchdowns and 4 interceptions in five games last season.

Broncos reportedly deal 4th-round pick to Ravens for Joe Flacco

The Denver Broncos acquired quarterback Joe Flacco from the Baltimore Ravens in exchange for a 2019 fourth-round pick, per multiple reports.

What It Means:

The Broncos had two 2019 fourth-round picks as a result of trading Demaryius Thomas to the Houston Texans midseason. They will send their own pick to Baltimore and keep Houston's, but it won't be official until the new league year starts on March 13. Flacco, a 34-year-old with a recent history of back and hip issues, has averaged just 6.4 yards per pass attempt (YPA) over the past four seasons. Case Keenum will reportedly be traded or released.

Flacco threw for 2,465 yards (6.5 YPA) on a 61.2 completion percentage with 12 touchdowns and 6 interceptions in nine games for Baltimore last season.

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Bills release tight end Charles Clay on Friday

The Buffalo Bills have released tight end Charles Clay on Friday.

What It Means:

By releasing Clay, the Bills were able to save 4.5 million against their cap. The 30-year tight end struggled with his production after signing a five-year $38 million dollar contract in 2015 but look for him to latch on with another team at some point during the off-season.

In four seasons with Buffalo, Clay hauled in 178 receptions for 1,822 yards and 9 touchdowns.

Antonio Brown will reportedly meet with Steelers owner

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown will meet with team owner Art Rooney II, reports Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

What It Means:

Brown apparently had a change of heart, as Rapoport previously reported that he would not meet with Rooney. The receiver officially requested a trade from the Steelers earlier this week following a tempestuous season in Pittsburgh. Brown turns 31 this summer.

Brown caught 104 passes for 1,297 yards and 15 touchdowns on 168 targets in 15 games last season.

Schefter: Broncos 'most likely' letting Brandon Marshall walk

The Denver Broncos are "most likely" going to release linebacker Brandon Marshall, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter.

What It Means:

Marshall played the past six seasons in Denver after spending his rookie year with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Injuries have limited Marshall to 11 games in two of the past three seasons. He turns 30 in September.

Marshall recorded 41 tackles (21 solo) with 1 pass deflection in 11 games last season.

Nick Foles, Jaguars expected to have 'mutual interest'

Free agent quarterback Nick Foles, formerly of the Philadelphia Eagles, and the Jacksonville Jaguars are expected to have "mutual interest," reports Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network.

What It Means:

The Jaguars are one of only a few teams in need of a new quarterback, so the match makes sense. Blake Bortles will likely need to find a new NFL home for 2019.

Foles averaged 282.6 passing yards (7.2 yards per attempt) on a 72.3 completion percentage with 7 touchdowns and 4 interceptions in five games last season.

Broncos reportedly deal 4th-round pick to Ravens for Joe Flacco

The Denver Broncos acquired quarterback Joe Flacco from the Baltimore Ravens in exchange for a 2019 fourth-round pick, per multiple reports.

What It Means:

The Broncos had two 2019 fourth-round picks as a result of trading Demaryius Thomas to the Houston Texans midseason. They will send their own pick to Baltimore and keep Houston's, but it won't be official until the new league year starts on March 13. Flacco, a 34-year-old with a recent history of back and hip issues, has averaged just 6.4 yards per pass attempt (YPA) over the past four seasons. Case Keenum will reportedly be traded or released.

Flacco threw for 2,465 yards (6.5 YPA) on a 61.2 completion percentage with 12 touchdowns and 6 interceptions in nine games for Baltimore last season.

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