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April 25
10:41 AM
T Brady (NEP)
R Gronkowski (NEP)
J Edelman (NEP)
D Amendola (NEP)

Judges Revert Deflategate Case, Brady To Serve 4 Game Suspension
Brady must serve a four-game "Deflategate" suspension imposed by the NFL, a federal appeals court ruled Monday, overturning a lower judge and siding with the league in a battle with the players union. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Monday in New York.

Fantasy Spin:
The decision by a three-judge panel may end the legal debate over the scandal that led to months of football fans arguing over air pressure and the reputation of one of the league's top teams. It is also likely to fuel a fresh round of debate over what role, if any, the quarterback and top NFL star played in using underinflated footballs at the AFC championship game in January 2015.
April 18
11:27 PM
R Hillman (DEN)
C Anderson (DEN)

Broncos Keep Hillman With One Year Deal
Hillman has signed a one-year contract to return to the Denver Broncos. The NFL Network reported the deal is worth $2 million and includes $600,000 in guarantees.

Fantasy Spin:
Hillman led the Broncos with a career-best 863 yards rushing and seven TDs last season, but he was benched in favor of C.J. Anderson in Super Bowl 50, where he ran five times for zero yards while Anderson piled up 90 yards in Denver's 24-10 win over Carolina.
April 12
05:21 PM
J Gordon (CLE)

Josh Gordon Denied Reinstatement After Failed Drug Test
The NFL has denied suspended Cleveland Browns receiver Josh Gordon's application for reinstatement.

Fantasy Spin:
Gordon can apply again at a future date. On Monday, a person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press that Gordon ''raised a red flag'' because of a recent league-administered drug test. The person says Gordon didn't have a positive substance abuse test. But a sample collected in March showed Gordon had traces of marijuana and a diluting substance in his system. The level of marijuana was less than the minimum required by the NFL for a positive test.
05:03 PM
L Blount (NEP)

Patriots Bring Back LeGarrette Blount
The Patriots announced Tuesday they re-signed Blount, extending a tenure that began in 2013 and resumed in 2014 following a brief stop in Pittsburgh that year.

Fantasy Spin:
Blount was having a solid season in 2015, rushing for 703 yards - his most since 2013 - and six touchdowns. But he was placed on season-ending injured reserve in December with a hip injury.
March 31
02:02 PM
B LaFell (NEP)
A Dalton (CIN)

Bengals Add Brandon LaFell To Fill Open Receiver Spots
The Bengals have signed former New England Patriot receiver Brandon LaFell to a one-year contract, giving them a veteran to help fill out a pass-catching group that lost two regulars to free agency.

Fantasy Spin:
LaFell played his first four seasons in Carolina before signing with the Patriots. He had his best season in 2014, helping New England win the Super Bowl. An injured left foot limited him to 37 catches for 515 yards without a touchdown last season, but he says he's fully healthy now.
11:56 AM
C West (KCC)
J Charles (KCC)

Chiefs Sign Charcandrick West To 3-Year Extension
The Chiefs signed Charcandrick West to a three-year extension and fellow running back Spencer Ware to a two-year extension Thursday, solidifying their backfield alongside Jamaal Charles.

Fantasy Spin:
The quick, elusive West started nine games and ran for 634 yards and four touchdowns last season
March 28
03:59 PM
J Cook (STL)
A Rodgers (GBP)

Packers Give Aaron Rodgers More Weapons, Sign Jared Cook
The Packers made a surprise move into free-agency by signing Cook on Monday.

Fantasy Spin:
The Packers rarely dip into the free-agent market, making the deal a significant one for a team with a history of building through the draft and hanging onto its players.
March 22
11:30 AM
A Morris (WAS)
D McFadden (DAL)
L Dunbar (DAL)

Alfred Morris Joins Crowded Backfield In Dallas
The Dallas Cowboys have agreed to terms on a two-year deal with Morris. He adds more talent to the Dallas backfield, which already includes Darren McFadden and Lance Dunbar.

Fantasy Spin:
The 27-year-old Morris started every game in his first four NFL seasons with the Washington Redskins, racking up 4,713 yards rushing and 29 touchdowns. Morris tormented the Cowboys, running for 710 yards and seven touchdowns in eight games against them.
March 21
01:40 PM
R Fitzpatrick (NYJ)

Jets Owner Wants Fitz Back
New York Jets owner Woody Johnson has a message for his free agent quarterback: "Come back to the Jets."

Fantasy Spin:
Johnson spoke Monday at the NFL owners' meetings when asked about the team's negotiations with Ryan Fitzpatrick. Fitzpatrick comes off the best season of his 11-year career, one in which he led the Jets to a 10-6 record even though he was brought in last offseason to back up Geno Smith. Fitzpatrick got the starting job in training camp when Smith's jaw was broken by a teammate's punch, and he performed so well that he nearly got New York back into the playoffs.
12:53 PM
J Kerley (NYJ)
M Stafford (DET)

Lions Add Wide Receiver Jeremy Kerley
The Detroit Lions have signed Kerley.

Fantasy Spin:
Detroit made the move Monday, adding depth to a position depleted by Calvin Johnson's retirement and perhaps ending Golden Tate's role as a punt returner. Kerley had 182 receptions for 2,225 yards and nine touchdowns with the New York Jets over five seasons, leading them in punt returns each year. He had career highs with 56 catches and 827 yards receiving in 2012.
March 09
09:36 PM
V Cruz (NYG)
E Manning (NYG)

Cruz Back With Giants After Taking Paycut
The Giants came to agreement on a pay cut for Cruz, only hours after New York general manager Jerry Reese spent $200 million on free agents Olivier Vernon, Damon Harrison and Janoris Jenkins.

Fantasy Spin:
Cruz confirmed on Twitter on Wednesday night the reduction that will cut his salary from $7.9 million to $1.3 million. His message read: ''Once a Giant, always a Giant. See you in September.'' Incentives could bring his salary to $5.5 million. Cruz has not played most of the last two seasons, first because of a torn patellar tendon suffered in 2014. A calf strain required surgery and kept him off the field all of last season.
06:49 PM
C Ivory (NYJ)
T Yeldon (JAX)

Chris ivory Joins TJ Yeldon In Jags Backfield
The Jaguars reportedly signed Ivory to a two-year, $12.5-million contract Wednesday.

Fantasy Spin:
Ivory, 27, is fresh off his first 1,000-yard rushing season and ran in a career-high seven touchdowns in 2015.
06:12 PM
C Fleener (IND)
D Brees (NOS)

Coby Fleener Leaves Colts, Signs With Saints
The New Orleans Saints signed Fleener to a five-year contract.

Fantasy Spin:
Fleener is a four-year veteran who caught 54 passes for 491 yards and three touchdowns last season for Indianapolis. He will replace Ben Watson, who left New Orleans for Baltimore.
04:20 PM
D Martin (TBB)

Doug Martin Stays In Tampa Bay, Signs Extension
Martin has re-signed with the Buccaneers on a five-year contract worth a reported $35 million.

Fantasy Spin:
The Bucs were able to retain the top available free agent back on the market on a deal that contains $15 million in guaranteed salary. Martin finished second in the NFL with 1,402 rushing yards and six touchdowns, bouncing back strongly from injury-plagued campaigns in 2013 and '14.
03:52 PM
B Watson (NOS)
J Flacco (BAL)

Ben Watson Signs Contract With Ravens
The Baltimore Ravens have reached agreement on a two-year deal with free agent tight end Benjamin Watson, who had 74 receptions with the Saints last season.

Fantasy Spin:
Watson totaled 825 yards receiving and six touchdowns in 2015. The 35-year-old fills out a position for Baltimore that has been thinned by a shoulder injury to Crockett Gillmore and the 10-game suspension Nick Boyle received in February for using performance enhancing substances.

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