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  • 1st Place
    San Diego BoyzPaulReg. Season: 8-6-0, 2,635.75 Points For
  • 2nd Place
    Hoosier DaddySethReg. Season: 13-1-0, 3,224.09 Points For
  • 3rd Place
    jagsCReg. Season: 7-7-0, 2,728.83 Points For
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League Player News

  • 3/3, 12:02 pm
    • Hartline is slated to visit the...

      Hartline is slated to visit the Browns on Tuesday, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.

      Analysis: The Browns are clearly looking upgrade at wideout, in the wake of Josh Gordon's suspension, but Hartline -- an Ohio native -- who was let go by Miami for cap reasons, could still end up returning to the Dolphins, who have a stated interest in bringing the 28-year-old wideout back at a reduced rate.

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  • Colin Cole DL-CAR
    3/3, 11:51 am
    • The Panthers have signed Cole to...

      The Panthers have signed Cole to one-year deal, worth $1.05 million, ESPN.com reports.

      Analysis: Bringing Cole back is a boost to the Panthers' defensive interior, but on the heels of a season in which he recorded 28 tackles in 16 games (including 10 starts), his IDP utility is modest.

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  • 3/3, 11:45 am
    • The Cowboys and Beasley have come...

      The Cowboys and Beasley have come to terms on a four-year, $13.6 million contract, the Dallas Morning News reports.

      Analysis: Beasley, who was slated to be a restricted free agent, is thus in line to reprise his slot role with the Cowboys in 2015 and beyond. It's an assignment that resulted in the third-year wideout catching 37 catches for 420 yards and four TDs (both career-highs) in 2014. Assuming he stays healthy this coming season, Beasley will continue to merit attention in deeper fantasy leagues, notably PPR formats.

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  • 3/3, 10:27 am
    • Williams was released by the Eagles...

      Williams was released by the Eagles on Tuesday, Phil Sheridan of ESPN.com reports.

      Analysis: The 30-year-old Williams was a 16-game starter for the Eagles each of the last two seasons, claiming five interceptions and 126 total tackles during that time. However, with the Eagles ranking last in 2013 and second-last in 2014 in terms of passing yards allowed, Williams' high cap number was no longer tenable. As a result, the Eagles appear set to make upgrading their secondary a top priority in the offseason, as fellow starting defensive backs Bradley Fletcher and Nate Allen are headed for free agency and aren't expected to be retained. Williams still probably has a place in the league, but he may have to settle for a nickel back role with his next team following his ignominious run as a starter with the Eagles.

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  • 3/2, 5:48 pm
    • Johnson has informed the Texans that...

      Johnson has informed the Texans that he'd like to be traded or cut prior to next season, the Houston Chronicle reports.

      Analysis: The Texans have given Johnson's camp permission to seek a trade, and the general belief is that if they're unable to find a deal, the Texans would be willing to cut the 12-year veteran. The situation arose after Houston asked Johnson to take a reduced role next season, something the 34-year-old is not comfortable doing. If Johnson, who caught 85 passes for 936 yards and three scores last season, is not traded, cutting him would save the Texans over $8 million against the cap, giving them roughly $22 million in cap space to spend in free agency.

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