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  • 3/22, 1:39 pm
    • The Giants have released Harris (foot).

      The Giants have released Harris (foot).

      Analysis: Harris' 2017 season ended early after he suffered a fractured foot on Oct. 8 that required surgery and landed him on injured reserve. Harris made the Pro Bowl as a special-teamer in 2016, largely due to his coverage skills, per, so the 30-year-old figures to get a look elsewhere as a depth wideout/returner.

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  • 3/22, 1:38 pm
    • The Packers and Williams agreed to...

      The Packers and Williams agreed to a two-year contract Thursday, reports.

      Analysis: Former Packers teammate James Jones, now an employee of NFL Network, broke the news of a Williams-Green Bay reunion. Williams joined the Packers in November of 2006 but didn't become a regular in the cornerback rotation until 2008 and full-time starter until 2010, the latter of which coincided with a victory in Super Bowl XLV. Since leaving the Packers as a free agent in 2015, he spent two years with the Browns before working opposite Cardinals All-Pro corner Patrick Peterson last year. Williams experienced a resurgence of sorts in Arizona, holding opposing signal callers to a 58.4 QB rating on throws in coverage, according to Pro Football Focus. Due to his age (35), Father Time could catch up with him sooner than later. However, Williams likely is the best bet to line up with 2017 second-round pick Kevin King in Green Bay's base defense this fall, as the roster currently is constructed.

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  • Frank Gore RB-IND
    3/22, 1:07 pm
    • Gore has signed a one-year deal...

      Gore has signed a one-year deal with the Dolphins, reports.

      Analysis: It's a homecoming for Gore, who was born in Miami and played his college ball for the University of Miami. Even behind a shaky Colts line in an offense minus franchise QB Andrew Luck, Gore, who turns 35 in May, still managed 961 rushing yards and three TDs on 261 carries to go along with 29 catches for 245 yards and a receiving score in 2017. Meanwhile, Gore suited up for a full slate for the seventh consecutive season. With the Dolphins, Gore will team up with third-year back Kenyan Drake, who finished last season with 133 carries for 644 yards and three TDs, while adding 32 catches. It's a timeshare that figures to favor Drake, but with enough touches, Gore could still grind out a degree of fantasy utility in 2018.

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  • 3/22, 11:31 am
    • The Chiefs are expected to sign...

      The Chiefs are expected to sign Williams (shoulder) on Thursday, Adam Teicher of reports.

      Analysis: In the aftermath of the Jay Ajayi trade to Philly last year, Williams and Kenyan Drake entered into a timeshare in Miami. Williams was productive in four subsequent starts, averaging 63.5 yards from scrimmage per game and scoring one touchdown. That said, he suffered a dislocated left shoulder in the latter contest, a Week 12 loss in New England, and proceeded to miss the rest of the season. His absence allowed Drake to gain a stranglehold on the Dolphins' top RB gig, so Williams subsequently explored the market as an unrestricted free agent this month. Upon landing with the Chiefs, Williams' rehab will continue as he aims for participation at the start of training camp, when he'll compete with Spencer Ware (knee), Charcandrick West and Akeem Hunt (ankle) for reps behind clear-cut starter Kareem Hunt.

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  • Ben Koyack TE-JAX
    3/22, 10:40 am
    • Koyack signed his exclusive-rights tender Thursday,...

      Koyack signed his exclusive-rights tender Thursday, locking him in with the Jaguars for the 2018 season, Mike Kaye of reports.

      Analysis: Koyack returns to a new-look tight-end group in Jacksonville following the release of longtime starter Marcedes Lewis and the signings of Austin Seferian-Jenkins and Niles Paul earlier this month. Seferian-Jenkins profiles as the top pass-catching option at the position while Paul should see plenty of work as a blocker, which may make it difficult for Koyack to see consistent snaps in his fourth NFL season. Koyack suited up for all 16 regular-season games for the Jaguars in 2017, catching five passes for 38 yards.

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