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    Desmond Ridder Feb 2 3:50pm ET
    Desmond Ridder

    The Athletic's Josh Kendall writes that the consensus is that nobody outside the Atlanta Falcons building knows whether the team is committed to quarterback Desmond Ridder for the long term because no one inside the building is talking. Ridder started the final four games of 2022 and went 73-for-115 for 708 yards, two touchdowns and a 112.9 passer rating on third downs. "I don't think it's smart business strategy ever to give away what your plan is," head coach Arthur Smith said. One private QB coach watching practices at UNLV this week expressed concerns about Ridder's throwing motion and how it will affect his accuracy and arm health down the road. Ridder's QB coach Jordan Palmer, however, notes how cerebral he is and says he's "set up for success." Atlanta has the No. 8 overall pick in this year's draft and enough salary cap space to add a high-profile QB, but they could also be content to let Ridder open the 2023 season as the starter under center.

    From RotoBaller

    Kadarius Toney Feb 2 3:30pm ET
    Kadarius Toney

    Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid is particularly optimistic that wide receivers JuJu Smith-Schuster (knee) and Kadarius Toney (ankle, hamstring) will be able to play in the Super Bowl on Feb. 12 against the Philadelphia Eagles. "He's in a good place," Reid said about Smith-Schuster. Smith-Schuster and Toney have yet to practice this week, but they'll have another whole week to rest up before the big game. Smith-Schuster had just one catch for seven yards in the AFC Championship before getting hurt, while Toney had a nine-yard catch. We'll have a better read on their statuses for the Super Bowl next week, but with Mecole Hardman (pelvis) unlikely to play, it could mean more work for Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Skyy Moore and Justin Watson if Smith-Schuster and Toney are limited or out.

    From RotoBaller

    Patrick Mahomes Feb 2 3:20pm ET
    Patrick Mahomes

    Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (ankle) said he didn't aggravate his right high-ankle sprain in the AFC Championship win over the Cincinnati Bengals and just experienced general soreness from a physical game. "Other than that, I'm in a good spot," Mahomes said. He was somehow able to practice in full all of last week leading up to the game against Cincy and also put in a full practice on Wednesday. The 27-year-old certainly wasn't 100% last weekend, but he did enough to lead the Chiefs to a win by going 29-for-43 for 326 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions. Mahomes should be in better shape for the Super Bowl on Feb. 12 against the Philadelphia Eagles, but his mobility probably will continue to be hindered.

    From RotoBaller

    Jimmy Garoppolo Feb 2 3:13pm ET
    Jimmy Garoppolo

    Dynasty | Kyle Shanahan said he doesn't envision "any scenario" where veteran Jimmy Garoppolo returns to the team for the 2023 season. Dynasty Analysis: He called Trey Lane and Brock Purdy both "starters" and is "content enough" with the situation. Without a series of catastrophic events, Garoppolo will depart and will likely find plenty of suitors. While not a high-end producer, he's a fine game manager and should have little difficult finding an under-center role to begin the 2023 regular season. He's listed as DLF's QB29.

    From Dynasty League Fantasy

    Desmond Ridder Feb 2 3:13pm ET
    Desmond Ridder

    Dynasty | There's no indication, either way, if the Falcons see sophomore Desmond Ridder as a potential starter in 2023 Dynasty Analysis: Apparently, no one "inside the building" is talking about Ridder or the opportunity to address the position via the draft. While some times prefer to put up smoke screens, others just go quiet as is the case with the Falcons. It's still early and with the Combine taking place later this month, there's a possibility more will emerge at that time. Ridder finished under-center in the team's final four games, producing a 63.5% completion percentage, throwing for 708 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions. With added mobility, Ridder does possess an intriguing skillset and it's possible he could grow into the starting role with another year of experience but, at the same time, the team possesses the 8th-overall selection in the 2023 NFL Draft and should have options if deemed necessary. Ridder is found as DLF's QB27 and this ranking hangs in the balance as the offseason plays out. A highly drafted rookie or the acquisition of a top free agent would send Ridder's dynasty stock off a cliff.

    From Dynasty League Fantasy

    Joe Burrow Feb 2 3:13pm ET
    Joe Burrow

    Dynasty | It's not out of the question the Bengals seeks to trade Tee Higgins for a high 2023 NFL Draft selection. Dynasty Analysis: While the team possesses the fourth-most ($44M) cap space in the NFL, they are also seeking to make Joe Burrow the highest paid player in league history and, while Higgins is not a free agent until 2024, the belief is that it could be better to receive compensation now rather than see him walk in free agency next season. Ultimately, it's expected the team will allow Higgins to play out his final season and the team can then best determine how to proceed in 2024. Listed as DLF's WR7 and still only 24, Higgins' best potential comes on the end of Burrow's passes, and a move to a new team could significantly impact, not only his production, but also his dynasty ranking.

    From Dynasty League Fantasy

    Joe Burrow Feb 2 3:13pm ET
    Joe Burrow

    Dynasty | Joe Mixon "hasn't been spectacular" and the Bengals could choose a cheaper option to save money while drafting a a mid-round back. Dynasty Analysis: It's more guesswork as Mixon still has two years remaining on his contract though the team is soon to face significant salary/cap issues due to a number of young upside players entering or closing-in on free agency, including Joe Burrows likely extension, making him the highest paid player in NFL history. As pointed out in the article, Mixon's effectiveness continues to remain below the league average and given the depth of this year's running back class, in addition to cheaper names available on the open market, his time in Cincinnati may be drawing to a close. The 26-year-old runner continues to be a streaky fantasy performer and a move out to a new team may, or may not, provide movement in his current RB11 ranking on DLF.

    From Dynasty League Fantasy

    Mike White Feb 2 3:13pm ET
    Mike White

    Dynasty | Mike White is a free agent in 2023 Dynasty Analysis: It's not likely White returns to the Jets as the starter in 2023 following the spectacular flameout of Zach Wilson. Wilson had been showing enough to enter consideration for the job but a rib injury all but ended his bid. With as many as 19 teams possessing quarterback issues, White is certainly in position to move with a chance of competing for a job. It's all guesswork as to which team will step up to offer an opportunity and until that is known, it's difficult to project White's QB39 status on DLF.

    From Dynasty League Fantasy

    Nick Sirianni Feb 2 12:50pm ET
    Nick Sirianni

    The Carolina Panthers have requested permission to interview Jacksonville Jaguars passing-game coordinator Jim Bob Cooter for their offensive coordinator opening, according to a source. The Panthers have also added Detroit Lions assistant head coach/running backs coach Duce Staley to their staff, and although his title is not known, he clearly wasn't hired as the offensive coordinator. The last two years, Cooter has worked with coaches who are connected to Panthers head coach Frank Reich. Jaguars head coach Doug Pederson and Reich coached together with the Philadelphia Eagles and won Super Bowl LI. Cooter worked as a consultant for the Eagles under Nick Sirianni in 2021. He has experience calling plays for the Detroit Lions from 2016-18.

    From RotoBaller

    Chuba Hubbard Feb 2 12:30pm ET
    Chuba Hubbard

    Detroit Lions assistant head coach/running backs coach Duce Staley is leaving to join the Carolina Panthers and head coach Frank Reich's coaching staff, according to sources. The title and nature of Staley's role in Carolina is unknown at this time. Staley and Reich have history working together, as Staley served as the running backs coach for the Philadelphia Eagles during Reich's two years as the offensive coordinator. Staley spent 10 seasons with the Eagles as a coach and also played seven years for the organization as an RB. It's likely that Staley will be involved with RBs again in Carolina, which is great news for both D'Onta Foreman and Chuba Hubbard. Meanwhile, back in Detroit, it's a big loss for the position.

    From RotoBaller

    Dak Prescott Feb 2 12:20pm ET
    Dak Prescott

    Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said that head coach Mike McCarthy will call the offensive plays in 2023, and a version of the offenses he ran with the Green Bay Packers will be coming to Dallas. It will be the first time the Cowboys' head coach has also called offensive plays since Jason Garrett did so in 2012. It will also be quarterback Dak Prescott's first scheme chance in his career with the team. Dallas agreed to part ways with previous offensive coordinator Kellen Moore after the season, and executive vice president Stephen Jones hinted at differences in opinion between Moore and McCarthy. Dallas has interviewed Jeff Nixon and Thomas Brown for their coordinator vacancy, but it's been established that McCarthy will be running the offense in 2023.

    From RotoBaller

    Brock Purdy Feb 2 12:10pm ET
    Brock Purdy

    As of Wednesday, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Brock Purdy (elbow) was still considering his options, although general manager John Lynch said all the experts seem to be suggesting a surgery to fix his torn UCL that will require a six-month rehab. If that's the case, head coach Kyle Shanahan said he's content with Purdy and Trey Lance being the top quarterbacks heading into training camp. It's why both Lynch and Shanahan said they don't foresee a scenario where they re-sign impending QB Jimmy Garoppolo. Purdy will likely have surgery on his right elbow, and there's no guarantee that he'll be ready to rock for the start of spring training. Lance is also coming off two serious injuries suffered early in the 2022 season, but he should be fully ready by the summer, making him the most likely starter under center for the Niners to open 2023.

    From RotoBaller

    Ezekiel Elliott Feb 2 12:10pm ET
    Ezekiel Elliott

    Both Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and executive vice president Stephen Jones were adamant that they want running back Ezekiel Elliott back in 2023, but Stephen Jones reiterated it "has to work financially" for both sides. Elliott said recently that he'd be willing to take a pay cut to stay in Dallas. He has a dead salary cap hit of $12 million, so there's a chance the Cowboys cut him this offseason if they can't work something out. Tony Pollard, who has been much more explosive than Elliott the last two years, is a free agent, but the Cowboys want to re-sign him. The 27-year-old Elliott had a career-low 3.8 yard-per-carry average in 2022, gaining 876 yards and 12 touchdowns on 231 carries. If he stays in Dallas and Pollard returns, he'll continue to see his role decrease as more of a short-yardage, goal-line back.

    From RotoBaller

    Hayden Hurst Feb 1 11:00pm ET
    Hayden Hurst

    Hayden Hurst signed a one-year, $3.5 million contract with the Bengals this past offseason. He is set to be a free agent in 2023. The 29-year-old made a decent impact for the Bengals this season, catching 54 passes for 414 yards and two touchdowns over 13 games. Cincinnati has $44 million in cap space but is expected to sign star quarterback Joe Burrow to an extension, making him of the highest-paid players in league history. According to Paul Dehere of The Athletic, the Bengals would like to bring Hurst back in 2023, especially with backup Drew Sample becoming a free agent this offseason. Hurst will be a steady contributor and a mid-range TE2 if he returns to Cincinnati in 2023.

    From RotoBaller

    Patrick Mahomes Feb 1 10:40pm ET
    Patrick Mahomes

    Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (ankle) was listed as a full participant on Wednesday's practice estimate. Mahomes initially suffered a high right ankle sprain in the divisional round win over the Jaguars. The 27-year-old played through the ankle injury in the AFC Championship win over the Bengals. He appeared hobble at times but threw for 326 yards, two touchdowns, and no interceptions in last Sunday's playoff win over Cincinnati. The superstar quarterback could be without some of his targets as JuJu Smith-Schuster (knee), Kadarius Toney (ankle/hamstring), and Mecole Hardman (pelvis) all missed Wednesday's practice. Mahomes should be all systems go in the Super Bowl against the Eagles, as the star quarterback will look to lead the Chiefs to their third championship win in franchise history.

    From RotoBaller

    JuJu Smith-Schuster Feb 1 10:20pm ET
    JuJu Smith-Schuster

    Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster (knee) was listed as a non-participant for Wednesday's practice. Mecole Hardman (pelvis) and Kadarius Toney (ankle, hamstring) also didn't practice Wednesday. Smith-Schuster caught his only target for seven yards before exiting the AFC Championship game over the Bengals with a knee injury. The 26-year-old will have five more chances to practice to have a chance of suiting up in the Super Bowl against the Eagles. The former second-round pick has been limited to three catches for 36 yards over the team's last two playoff games. Smith-Schuster will have 11 days to recover from his knee issue but is expected to be available for the Super Bowl.

    From RotoBaller

    Kadarius Toney Feb 1 10:00pm ET
    Kadarius Toney

    Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Kadarius Toney (ankle, hamstring) was listed as a non-participant on Wednesday's estimated injury report. Mecole Hardman (pelvis) and JuJu Smith-Schuster (knee) also didn't practice Wednesday. Toney exited the AFC Championship game against the Bengals in the first half with a leg injury and didn't return. The 24-year-old logged four snaps, catching one of two targets for nine yards before leaving. Toney will have another week and a half to recover and have five more chances to practice to have a shot of suiting up in the Super Bowl against the Eagles.

    From RotoBaller

    Mecole Hardman Feb 1 9:50pm ET
    Mecole Hardman

    Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Mecole Hardman (pelvis) was listed as a non-participant on Wednesday's estimated practice report. Kadarius Toney (ankle, hamstring) and JuJu Smith-Schuster (knee) also didn't practice Wednesday. Hardman returned to action for the AFC Championship game after being sidelined since Week 9 due to an injured pelvis. The 24-year-old caught two of three targets for 10 yards while rushing for seven yards on two attempts in last week's playoff win over the Bengals. Hardman will have five more chances to practice but is expected to be available for the Super Bowl against the Eagles next Sunday.

    From RotoBaller

    Odell Beckham Jr. Feb 1 8:03pm ET
    Odell Beckham Jr.

    Free-agent WR Odell Beckham Jr. (Rams) will continue to receive interest from the Dallas Cowboys in free agency, according to owner/general manager Jerry Jones.

    Fantasy Spin: The Cowboys are looking for a receiver to pair with CeeDee Lamb, and Beckham was playing well before his major knee injury. Fantasy players should monitor the situation because Beckham could be a No. 3 fantasy receiver if he joins the Cowboys.

    From TheHuddle

    Ezekiel Elliott Feb 1 7:53pm ET
    Ezekiel Elliott

    Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott is a player that owner/general manager Jerry Jones wants to keep on the roster next season.

    Fantasy Spin: Elliott may need to agree to a restructured contract to return, but it seems like the front offense wants him back next season. He will be part of a committee if the Cowboys re-sign Pollard, but Elliott could still be a No. 2 or No. 3 back in fantasy leagues.

    From TheHuddle

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