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  • 1st Place
    Ninja WarriorsZemechaReg. Season: 8-7-0, 1,932.00 Points For
  • 2nd Place
    explorersshirleyReg. Season: 9-6-0, 2,130.00 Points For
  • 3rd Place
    WalldogsBryanReg. Season: 11-4-0, 2,244.00 Points For
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League Player News

  • 4/2, 10:05 pm
    • Miller (hamstring) is a strong candidate...

      Miller (hamstring) is a strong candidate for the Buccaneers' No. 3 wideout spot in the wake of Breshad Perriman's departure, Scott Reynolds of reports. "I don't like to look at numbers (on the depth chart) and necessarily go for specific spots," Miller said. "I'm the type of person that just tries to be the best he can be on an everyday basis. Wherever that lands me, it lands me. But obviously, with B.P. going to the Jets that spot is open and I'm going to want to be on the field as much as possible next year to help this team win games."

      Analysis: A combination of limited salary cap room and a lack of prominent receivers on the open market opens up a fairly sizable path to the No. 3. job for Miller, who displayed flashes of his talent during his rookie season before seeing it cut short due to a hamstring injury in Week 15. Miller's final 2019 line was a modest 13-200-1 over 10 games, but he posted multi-catch efforts in three of his last four contests of the campaign. The speedy Bowling Green product is naturally excited about the prospect of catching passes from the legendary Tom Brady this coming season, and he concedes to having already put a lot of film study in on Julian Edelman, a long-time favorite of his new quarterback and a receiver who is similar to Miller in stature. Notably, the second-year wideout is appreciably faster than Edelman, but Miller is working on adding muscle this offseason after estimating he dipped below 170 pounds at times last season.

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  • 4/2, 9:12 pm
    • Randall signed a one-year contract with...

      Randall signed a one-year contract with the Raiders on Thursday, Josina Anderson of ESPN reports.

      Analysis: Randall is coming off back-to-back solid seasons with the Browns, posting 61 tackles, 2.5 sacks and six defended passes across 11 games in 2019, though his play was marred by a handful of disciplinary issues. The 27-year-old safety will now get a shot to prove himself in Oakland's secondary, where he stands to play a reserve role. The Raiders' decision to sign Randall comes shortly after the team's previously agreed upon deal with Eli Apple fell through, so it may also be worth noting that he boasts significant experience at cornerback.

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  • Eli Apple DB-NO
    4/2, 6:28 pm
    • Apple and the Raiders were unable...

      Apple and the Raiders were unable to finalize a contract Thursday, making him an unrestricted free agent, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

      Analysis: Apple is coming off a career-best year with New Orleans, having notched 58 tackles (53 solo), four defended passes and one forced fumble across 15 contests. With Apple now set to look for an opportunity elsewhere in the league, the Raiders could be motivated to sign another veteran cornerback in free agency or address the position in the 2020 NFL Draft.

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  • 4/2, 5:45 pm
    • Williams signed a one-year, $2 million...

      Williams signed a one-year, $2 million contract with the Saints on Thursday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

      Analysis: Williams' deal is reportedly fully guaranteed. The versatile cornerback appeared in 14 regular-season tilts in 2019 (eight starts), during which he played primarily out of the slot. Due to his lack of big-play upside and tackle consistency, Williams doesn't carry much fantasy value in IDP formats.

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  • Eric Ebron TE-IND
    4/2, 12:21 pm
    • Ebron said he's not yet recovered...

      Ebron said he's not yet recovered from surgery on his ankle, Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. "If the season started today, I don't think I'd be able to 100 percent perform," Ebron added Thursday.

      Analysis: Ebron initially injured his ankle Aug. 4 but played through the pain until Week 12, after which he was shut down for the rest of the campaign. After breaking out for 13 touchdowns in his first year with the Colts in 2018, the aforementioned injury, among other things, contributed to him managing just three TDs last season. Since undergoing an initial procedure in early December, Ebron more recently had his ankle examined and "cleaned out" by a doctor in Houston. While he hasn't been looked at by the Steelers' medical staff, he's slated to be healthy once the team reconvenes for activities, whenever that may be.

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