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Tampa Bay Buccaneers pass-rusher Jason Pierre-Paul (knee), who was in and out of practice last season due to a knee injury, underwent a minor knee cleanup procedure on Wednesday. Despite the nagging knee injury, Pierre-Paul played in all 16 regular season games in 2020 and earned his third career Pro Bowl selection by racking up 55 tackles (34 solo), seven tackles for loss, 14 QB hits, a career-high two interceptions, six passes defensed, four forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and 9.5 sacks. JPP finished as the top-scoring IDP defensive lineman for a nasty Buccaneers defensive line that ultimately disrupted Patrick Mahomes and single-handedly won Super Bowl LV. If healthy next season, Pierre-Paul will be a very attractive D-lineman in IDP formats yet again.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers general manager Jason Licht said that the team could approach quarterback Tom Brady about a contract extension as he heads into the final year of his two-year deal with the team. Like Licht said, the 43-year-old GOAT didn't appear to slow down at all in 2020 on his way to winning his seventh Lombardi Trophy in Super Bowl LV over the Kansas City Chiefs. Brady is defying all expectations as he ventures into uncharted territory in terms of playing into his 40s, and it looks like he might play up until he's 45 at this point. While Father Time will get to him eventually, Brady remains healthy and productive for a Tampa Bay team with plenty of offensive weapons, so he'll at least be a midrange QB1 heading into the 2021 season.
In an interview with TMZ.com, wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster stated that he wants to remain with the Pittsburgh Steelers. The impending free-agent said, "At the end of the day, I want to have my legacy in Pittsburgh and retire there. I don't want to leave." While Smith-Schuster doesn't seem to be in a hurry to get out of town, it is worth noting that the Steelers are already over the salary cap and will have a hard time finding room to keep him around. Despite JuJu's sentiments toward Pittsburgh, it is more likely that he will be wearing a different uniform for the 2021 season while the Steelers move forward with Diontae Johnson and Chase Claypool as their top two wideouts.
Impending free-agent RB Aaron Jones (Packers) reportedly has the Miami Dolphins among the teams he is willing to consider in free agency, and a league source confirms the team is also interested in signing Jones, according to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald.
Fantasy Spin: Miami is expected to enter free agency with about $26 million in cap space and could create another $36 million in cap space by restructuring a few contracts of their free-agent additions from last year and parting with a few other veterans such as receivers Albert Wilson and Allen Hurns. Jones would likely take a hit in efficiency if he signs with the Dolphins, but he could easily make up for it with the kind of volume Myles Gaskin enjoyed in 2020, leaving him as a potential high-end RB2 in fantasy next season.
Buffalo Bills WR Stefon Diggs tallied 59 catches for 876 yards against single coverage in 2020 - both league-best marks - according to Pro Football Focus.
Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson has thrown for a league-high 79 touchdowns while under pressure since entering the league in 2012 - 12 more than any other player over that span - according to Pro Football Focus.
Baltimore Ravens impending free-agent wide receiver Dez Bryant said he wants to play two more seasons, but he won't be doing it in Baltimore. "I realized quick Baltimore wasn't the place for me," Bryant wrote on Twitter. "No bad blood. That's their way of doing things so you gotta respect it." The 32-year-old made a return in 2020 after sitting out for two seasons, and he finished with six catches for 47 yards and two touchdowns in six games. He finished as the team's No. 4 wideout for the worst passing offense in the league and lacked explosiveness on the field. Bryant played a total of 129 snaps (21.5 per game). The three-time Pro Bowler was held without a catch in Baltimore's two playoff games and is unlikely to see much of a market in free agency. In the right situation, Bryant could have a bigger role, but it's more of a long shot in 2021.
Washington Football Team quarterback Alex Smith, who won Comeback Player of the Year in 2020 after returning from a gruesome leg injury two years prior, said that very few people in the organization "actually thought I could do this." "When I decided to come back, I definitely threw a wrench in the team's plan. They didn't see it, didn't want me there, didn't want me to be a part of it, didn't want me to be on the team, the roster, didn't want to give me a chance," Smith said. Although the veteran didn't light up the box scores, he went 5-1 in his six starts and helped Washington win the AFC East. It remains to be seen if Washington wants the 36-year-old back in 2021, but if Smith does return, he'll likely have to prove himself again in a competition with Kyle Allen and Taylor Heinicke. From a fantasy perspective, managers should look elsewhere when searching for their QB.
Impending free-agent CB Richard Sherman has the highest coverage grade since 2019 among free-agent cornerbacks, according to Pro Football Focus.
Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger will return as the team's starting quarterback for the 2021 season, according to his agent, Ryan Tollner, Tuesday, Feb. 23. 'They want Ben back and will contact me soon to address his cap situation,' Tollner said.
Fantasy Spin: Roethlisberger finished the 2020 season with 3,803 passing yards and 33 touchdowns against 10 interceptions through 15 games, but he seemed to fade down the stretch. The Steelers will need to address their running game in order to give Roethlisberger more support. He'll be a high-end QB2 in fantasy drafts.
According to Ryan Tollner, the agent for quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, the Pittsburgh Steelers want the quarterback to return as their starter for the 2021 season. Tollner told ESPN beat reporter Aditi Kinkhabwala that he expects the Steelers to contact him soon in regards to restructuring his contract, which currently has over a $40 million cap hit for the upcoming season. Of Roethlisberger, Tollner stated, "The fire burns strong and there is still plenty of gas left in the tank." This puts to rest speculation that the Steelers could move on with a different starting quarterback under center for the 2021 season, speculation that was partially fueled by general manager Kevin Colbert's comments in a press conference last week. Even with Big Ben expected back, the team could look to address adding their quarterback of the future in the offseason, either in the NFL draft or via free agency.
Houston Texans CB Cornell Armstrong re-signed with the team on a one-year, $1.25-million contract with a $100,000 signing bonus, according to a league source Tuesday, Feb. 23.
Impending free-agent QB Dak Prescott (ankle) is reportedly making such good progress from his ankle injury and subsequent surgeries that the Dallas Cowboys want to do a 'big-time, long-term deal now,' according to NFL Media's Ian Rapoport.
Fantasy Spin: Prescott still holds the leverage for now because he could choose to play 2021 out with a fully guaranteed $37.7 million under a second consecutive franchise tag, but he may feel a bit more urgency to get something done now than he did at this point last year considering the seriousness of the ankle injury he suffered. Either way, it seems much more likely the two sides get a long-term deal done this offseason than it did last year. If his ankle holds up, Prescott should return to high-end QB1 status in fantasy.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Chris Godwin is likely to be franchise tagged by the team this offseason. The team wants Godwin back- and he wants to return, though he made it clear that he is seeking a long-term payday. The window to tag players opened on Tuesday, but the Buccaneers will likely work towards an extension first before utilizing the more team-friendly $15.8 million tag. Even if Godwin is tagged, the two sides can continue to work on a long-term agreement up until mid-July. The 24-year-old wideout was a Pro Bowler in 2019- and while he took a step back in 2020 due to injuries, he was still Tom Brady's favorite target when on the field, as evidenced by his 7.2 targets per game in the regular season and playoffs combined, the best of any Bucs' pass-catcher.
Denver Broncos S Justin Simmons is expected to receive the franchise tag for a second consecutive year if the two sides are unable to strike a long-term deal before March 9, according to NFL Network's James Palmer.
Impending free-agent WR Chris Godwin told the Pat McAfee Show on Tuesday, Feb. 23, that while he wants to remain with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, he also wants to 'get paid' too. Godwin added that his goal is a long-term deal, but he would also be 'fine' with the franchise tag in 2021 and a long-term deal next year.
Fantasy Spin: The major takeaway here seems to be that Godwin doesn't sound like he'll be open to taking a hometown discount. Head coach Bruce Arians made it clear shortly after the Super Bowl that he wants Godwin back, so considering the receiver seems to want the same thing, expect the two sides to get something done this offseason. Assuming he remains in Tampa, Godwin should be viewed as a strong fantasy WR2.
Arizona Cardinals impending free-agent running back Kenyan Drake, who is coming off his best season (955 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns), is open to anything as he approaches free agency next month. "There are gonna be several different circumstances that I guess I'll come together with my team to kind of deliberate with exactly who we feel will be the best fit. But right now, I feel like anything is up in the air," Drake said. The 27-year-old had 1,598 rushing yards, 18 rushing TDs and 308 receiving yards in 23 games (21 starts) in Arizona. With Chase Edmonds still with the Cardinals, they could choose to pair him with a cheaper option and let Drake walk. Staying with the Cardinals rising offense would probably be best for Drake's fantasy value as an RB1, but he could land in another favorable position on the open market. Stay tuned.
Free-agent defensive tackle Kawann Short said that he's receiving interest after he was released by the Carolina Panthers last week. "We had a few teams reach out, but none set in stone," Short said. "We're really trying to narrow it down to see what's the best fit for me, the best fit for my family." The eight-year veteran said that the Panthers would be interested in re-signing him to a short-term deal if he doesn't find anything to his liking elsewhere. The second-rounder was a Pro Bowler twice and racked up 32.5 sacks in his first six seasons with Carolina, but he's played in just five games since 2018 due to injuries and had just 10 tackles and no sacks in that span. The 32-year-old will likely have to sign a prove-it deal on the open market.
Seattle Seahawks impending free-agent linebacker K.J. Wright said "it makes absolutely no sense" to take a hometown discount as he heads into free agency next month. "I do way too much on the football field to take a discount," said Wright. He was the only player in the league last year to hit double digits in both tackles for loss (11) and passes defensed (10), while also having a pair of sacks and an interception at age 31. Wright made $6.75 million per season on his 2014 contract extension and $7.75 million per year on the two-year deal he signed in 2019. Seattle is tight against the salary cap, though, so it remains to be seen if they can meet Wright's asking price, and they will likely want to see more of Jordyn Brooks, who was drafted 27th overall to eventually replace Wright. The 31-year-old is Seattle's longest-tenured player as a fourth-rounder in 2011. He's third on the team's all-time tackles list.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are expected to decline the team option for tight end Tyler Eifert, according to a source. Eifert was expected to earn a little under $5 million for the 2021 season if his option had been picked up, but he'll become a free agent instead. The oft-injured tight end managed to play in 15 games in Jacksonville in 2020, but he caught just 36 passes on 60 targets for 349 yards and two touchdowns in one of the worst offenses in football. The 30-year-old could be productive in the right situation, so his fantasy value heading into 2021 will depend entirely on where he lands and whether he'll have a shot to be a team's top pass-catching tight end. But because of his extensive injury history, Eifert is unlikely to be anything more than an upside low-end TE2.