Rashad Jennings expected to be Giants No. 1 RB

Jennings to fill RB job: The Giants made a pair of moves designed to fill their chaotic running back rotation. First the team re-signed Peyton Hillis. Later Tuesday, Big Blue signed former Raiders running back Rashad Jennings. It won’t come as a surprise that Jennings is expected to become Tom Coughlin’s primary rushing option this season. Last season was Jennings’ best as a pro — he set career-highs in rushing yards (733) and touchdowns scored (6). Fantasy owners can expect Hillis and David Wilson, if healthy, to see some work in the backfield. But there’s little preventing Jennings from having 200 touches in a season for the first time in his career.

McCluster to fill various roles: Fantasy owners have been waiting for Dexter McCluster to break out for his entire career. His move to Tennessee isn’t likely to make him a fantasy star, but working with Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt could pay dividends for the multi-talented player. There’s an expectation that McCluster could fill a role similar to Danny Woodhead in San Diego — namely a pass-catcher who works out of the slot or the backfield. But there’s a catch, namely how McCluster will be listed. If he’s listed a running back, there’s nice PPR potential as a reserve option. If McCluster remains a receiver (as he was in Kansas City), there’s not much value there at all.

Bengals to match Hawkins offer sheet: It looks like Andrew Hawkins won’t live in Cleveland, he’ll live in Cincinnati. After the Browns signed the slot receiver to an offer sheet, the Bengals have said they will match it in order to hold on to the wideout. Injuries limited Hawkins to eight games and prevented him from approaching his breakout 2012 season, when he caught 51 passes and tallied four touchdowns. Even if he is able to stay healthy this season, Hawkins will likely find himself behind Marvin JonesGio Bernard and the twin tight ends – Jermaine Gresham and Tyler Eifert — in the battle for targets. It will be a surprise to see Hawkins drafted in plenty of leagues.

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Vikings reportedly interested in Darren Sproles

Saints trying to deal Sproles: The Saints are still earnestly trying to move running back Darren Sproles. According to NFL Media insider Albert Breer, New Orleans is looking to trade the veteran. But if it doesn’t happen, Sproles is likely to be released and could end up with the Minnesota Vikings. It would be an interesting coupling — especially with new offensive coordinator Norv Turner. However, Sproles would amount to little more than a third-down back at this point in his career. Would Minnesota take Adrian Peterson off the field for third down situations? Or would Sproles line up as a slot receiver? And how much would this impact Cordarrelle Patterson’s role in the offense? If this move actually happens, it seems to create more questions than it answers.

Texans release Owen Daniels: The Houston Texans have made it official, releasing tight end Owen Daniels. It’s not a surprise considering the player’s age (he’ll turn 32 this season) and the fact that his departure will open up more than $4 million in salary cap space. For fantasy owners, it means a changing of the guard in Houston. Ryan Griffin is poised to see more opportunities in Bill O’Brien’s offense — provided the team doesn’t re-sign Garrett Grahaduring free agency.

Giants re-sign Hillis: Searching for help in their fractured backfield, the Giants re-signed veteran Peyton Hillis to a two-year contract Tuesday. The move won’t solidify anything amongst a running back group that features the inconsistent Andre Brown and David Wilson, who is returning from spinal surgery. It still seems likely that New York pursues a starting running back option in free agency. If Big Blue indeed signs a free agent option, expect him to become the team’s top fantasy RB choice.

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Ben Tate considers himself an ‘elite’ running back

Tate says he’s ‘elite’: It’s the offseason and free agency is approaching. That means we’ll soon be inundated with conversations about which players are considered the cream of the crop. Ben Tate is inserting himself in that discussion by describing himself as “an elite running back” to a Houston television station. The merits of his statement can be debated, but it’s hard to deny that Tate will be one of the coveted running backs once free agency officially opens. As the understudy to Arian Foster during his first three NFL seasons, Tate has done well with his numerous opportunities. He’s likely to land somewhere as a No. 1 back for the upcoming season and should earn looks from fantasy owners as a RB2 in most formats.

Texans playing QB shuffle?: As for Tate’s likely-to-be former team, there are plenty of questions swirling at the quarterback position. With the Texans holding the top spot in the draft, many wondered if the pick would be a quarterback. Last week, there was speculation that Houston was interested in veteran Matt Cassel. This week, the talk is that the Texans could pursue another of Tom Brady’s backups – Ryan Mallett. In three NFL seasons, Mallett has thrown a grand total of four passes with one completion and one interception. If he goes to Houston, he would be a fairly unknown quantity, which is likely to throw off the draft values of any of the team’s pass-catchers. Then again, there’s also the issue of releasing Matt Schaub first.

Finley hoping for clearance: Among the list of free agent tight ends, Jermichael Finley ranks as the most talented. But before Finley can continue his football career after a frightening spinal injury last season, he needs to receive a full medical clearance. The veteran was having one of his best starts to a season before the injury ended his 2013 campaign and is likely to have a number of suitors — including potentially the Packers — once he’s available. While the reports about Finley’s rehabilitation have all been positive, fantasy owners would be wise to take a cautious approach when it comes to drafting him.

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Saints prepared to cut ties to familiar faces?

Saints open to trades: With salary cap issues staring them in the face, the New Orleans Saints are reportedly open to moving players, including Pierre Thomas and Darren Sproles. Trading either of those rushers could help ease the congestion in the backfield, though it’s no sure thing that Mark Ingram is the man to truly pick up the slack. Ingram’s numbers have been fairly mediocre in his first three seasons while platooning in New Orleans’ running back rotation. Having one fewer mouth to feed in the Saints’ pass-happy offense could be a good thing, but for whichever running backs remain in the Crescent City, it’s best to take a cautious approach come draft time.

Smith’s future in Carolina unsure: There could be a breakup coming between the Carolina Panthers and Steve Smith. Or maybe not. The veteran receiver met with team management recently and was mum on the details of the conversation. Smith’s future is cloudy, but his past is plain to see — his fantasy production has dropped dramatically over the past three seasons. Whether he stays in Carolina or moves to a new locale, Smith is no longer a No. 1 fantasy receiver. As for the Panthers, how they address their WR situation will be interesting and will undoubtedly have an effect on how Cam Newton is viewed heading into the season.

Jaguars tender Todman: The Jacksonville Jaguars moved to shore up their backfield by tendering an offer to Jordan Todman. It’s a move that could further hasten Maurice Jones-Drew’s departure from the club. Last season was Todman’s first opportunity to see any real work as a running back. Still there were only two occasions on which he collected more than 10 touches — one of which was a 25-carry, 109-yard effort in Week 15. 2014 could be Todman’s chance to take over as Jacksonville’s lead back, but he shouldn’t be considered anything more than a RB3 with sleeper potential.

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Texans interested in adding Matt Cassel

Houston seeks veteran QB: In perhaps another sign that the Houston Texans will eschew taking a quarterback with the first pick in the 2014 draft, NFL Media insider Ian Rapoport notes the team’s interest in veteran Matt Cassel. The soon-to-be free agent was one of three QBs to start for the Vikings last season. However, he does have a prior connection to Texans head coach Bill O’Brien which should make it easier for him to pick up the offense. Since hitting his high-water mark with the Chiefs in 2010, Cassel has seen his production decline. In the past three seasons he has more interceptions (30) than touchdowns (27) — not the type of stat that will excite fantasy owners. If Cassel lands in Houston, it’s not likely to provide a significant boost for Arian FosterAndre Johnson or DeAndre Hopkins.

Eagles to split slot WR snaps: In the wake of Jason Avant’s release from the Philadelphia Eagles, the Inquirer writes that the veteran’s snaps in the slot could be split between Jeremy Maclin and Riley Cooper. From a fantasy perspective, it will be key to determine which of those two pass-catchers will see the most action. Keep in mind that they’ll also share targets with DeSean Jackson as well as tight ends Brent Celek and Zach Ertz all while LeSean McCoy will continue to be the focal point of the offense.

Lions seeking WR: It might make Lions fans cringe, but the team is reportedly in the  market for another wide receiver. Apart from Calvin Johnson, the team’s recent track record of drafting receivers hasn’t been good. However, there’s only so long that Megatron can carry the passing game by himself. There are plenty of quality options both in the draft and free agency. And while adding another quality pass-catcher would likely decrease Johnson’s productivity, he’s still good enough to be one of the top five fantasy wideouts around.

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Montee Ball could get his shot with Broncos

Ball to be lead RB: The Denver Broncos appear ready to let Knowshon Moreno test free agency. As such, Montee Ball is expected to take over as the team’s lead running back heading into the 2014 season. Denver began giving Ball more work near the end of last season and he performed admirably. The Wisconsin product averaged better than nine fantasy points per game over the final six weeks of 2013, compared to the 3.1-point average he posted in all previous games. The situation is primed for Ball to be a sleeper candidate in 2014. However, he’ll need to improve his pass protection skills in order to become a three-down back. After all, as long as Peyton Manning is around, this is still a passing offense. Ball’s early projection has him as a RB2 in most leagues.

Jones future uncertain: The Packers have spent some time talking about their receiving corps for 2014. So far, those conversations haven’t really included James Jones. However, the receiver told Around the League that he’d like to return to Green Bay. There aren’t many wideouts who wouldn’t want to work with Aaron Rodgers. But if that’s not possible, Jones says he’d consider places like Indianapolis or San Diego. Jones is the type of consistent receiver that any offense would be happy to have, but it could be hard for him to find a team that could help his draft value any more than the Packers.

Jets seeking wideouts: One team Jones didn’t mention was the New York Jets. But it’s no secret that Gang Green is in the market for pass-catchers. Some names have been connected to the Jets already, including Emmanuel SandersHakeem Nicks and Golden Tate. Of the three, Nicks is the only one proven to be able to carry the load as a No. 1 receiver — though his past two seasons haven’t reinforced that idea. The other two are nice complements whose value could rise or fall depending on what the Jets do with the rest of their offense. The fantasy future of any Jets offensive players could remain cloudy for awhile.

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Victor Cruz excited about role in new offense

Cruz feeling healthy: Trying to shake off a forgettable 2013 season, Victor Cruz told the Daily News that his surgically-repaired knee is fully healthy and he’ll be ready to go for 2014. The next issue will be what role Cruz will play in new offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo’s scheme. The speedy slot receiver compared himself to Packers wideout Randall Cobb, who occasionally took handoffs out of the backfield. It’s uncertain if Cruz will have the same responsibilities this year, but he’ll definitely be a big part of the offense. Chances are good that Hakeem Nicks won’t return to Big Blue and injuries have opened up questions in New York’s backfield. Cruz is the team’s most consistent returning playmaker and figures to see plenty of opportunity this season.

Boldin re-signs with Niners: As expected, Anquan Boldin is remaining with the San Francisco 49ers after agreeing to a two-year contract Monday. Last season the veteran led the team in targets and receptions, though that number was helped by injuries to Michael Crabtree and Vernon Davis. With all three players expected to be healthy going into the 2014 season, Boldin’s contribution to the 49ers offense (and fantasy owners) could decrease. He remains the prime example of an on-field playmaker whose fantasy value doesn’t exactly match up. He’ll slot as a WR3 in most leagues.

Texans looking to re-sign Graham: The Houston Texans are hoping to corral tight end Garrett Graham before the free agent period opens on March 11. Entering his fifth season Graham hasn’t been nearly as productive as his predecessor Owen Daniels, but he was the team’s third-leading receiver in 2013. It remains to be seen exactly how Graham would be used in Bill O’Brien’s offense, but the fact that the Texans are making his re-signing a priority is a positive sign. Nonetheless, he’ll likely sit in the lower half of the TE1 rankings come draft time.

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Texans set on drafting Blake Bortles?

Houston eyeing QB at No. 1?: The chorus of voices suggesting that the Houston Texans will take quarterback Blake Bortles as the top overall pick is growing. If true, it could make Bortles an interesting fantasy prospect for next season. The Central Florida star is undoubtedly imperfect, but the Texans offer an intriguing fit. Bortles will be surrounded by a healthy Arian Foster to go along with a talented receiving duo in Andre Johnson and DeAndre Hopkins. Bortles best value will be in the later rounds of dynasty league drafts, but regardless, he’ll be worth looking over for anyone hoping to take a flyer on a young fantasy QB2 option.

Amendola’s name in trade talks: A year ago, it looked like Danny Amendola was the man who would replace Wes Welker with the Patriots. Twelve months later, Amendola could be on his way out of New England. Reports suggest the team could be looking to trade the oft-injured receiver in the wake of his disappointing 2013 season. Instead, it was Julian Edelman who became Tom Brady’s go-to target and is the top offseason pass-catching priority for the Pats. Amendola’s NFL future is currently cloudy, but his fantasy fortunes are fairly clear — his talent is obvious, but his injury history will make it hard for owners to trust him as anything more than a No. 3 receiving option.

Rivera tabbed to start: All signs point toward Mychal Rivera being the Raiders starting tight end in 2014. As far as fantasy tight ends go, the rookie wasn’t much of a factor in 2013. He posted a total of 64.70 points — tied for 23rd at the position. However, Rivera became a bigger part of the offense in the latter half of the season. There will be changes coming in the Oakland attack so it will be worth watching how Rivera fits in. Nonetheless his athleticism should earn him some deep sleeper status heading into fantasy drafts.

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Graham, Pitta, Maclin all staying put

Graham given franchise tag: It won’t come as a surprise to anyone, but Jimmy Graham isn’t going anywhere. The star tight end was given the franchise tag by the Saints, meaning he’s guaranteed to be in New Orleans for the 2014 season. Saying Graham was the top player at his position last season doesn’t do him justice. Based on his point totals, the dynamic pass-catcher would have been the fourth-highest scoring wide receiver and the sixth-best running back. As long as he’s upright and catching passes from Drew Brees, Graham will be a late-first round or early-second round pick in nearly all fantasy re-drafts.

Maclin signs one-year deal: Wideout Jeremy Maclin will once again be plying his trade as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles. The veteran agreed to a one-year pact with the team and will try to rebound after missing all of 2013 with an ACL injury. Maclin joins a productive, but crowded offensive unit. He’ll battle for targets with DeSean Jackson and Riley Cooper. All the while, LeSean McCoy is likely to remain the centerpiece of Chip Kelly’s high-powered offense. Maclin is likely to slot as a WR3 in most fantasy leagues next season.

Pitta, Ravens agree to deal: Graham wasn’t the only tight end to make the news Friday. Dennis Pitta and the Baltimore Ravens agreed to a new five-year contract. The tight end missed most of the 2013 campaign due to injury, but was an immediate impact player upon his return. Now in new offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak’s scheme, Pitta figures to see plenty of opportunity. He’ll be one of the first tight ends off the board in most drafts.

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Potential logjam in the Eagles WR corps?

Eagles sign Cooper, talking with Maclin: The Philadelphia Eagles are putting their offensive ducks in a row. The team signed Riley Cooper to a new five-year contract and is in talks with Jeremy Maclin on a new deal. Add that to new deals for offensive linemen Jason Kelce and Jason Peters and Philly’s offense appears ready to fly high once again. One problem: Someone’s going to be the odd man out. Last season, Cooper was the No. 2 receiving target, behind DeSean Jackson. Meanwhile in 2012, it was Maclin who led the team in targets and receptions. From an efficiency standpoint, both Maclin and Cooper are about equal, hauling in about 56 percent of the passes thrown their direction. The difference could be that Cooper was able to build a rapport with quarterback Nick Foles last season while Maclin was on the shelf. Oh, and there’s the little issue of LeSean McCoy still being the focal point of the offense. If Maclin does return to Philadelphia, it’s likely to downgrade both him and Cooper to WR3 status.

Decker, Colts a good fit: It could be difficult for the Denver Broncos to find room in their plans for Eric Decker. In which case, the veteran receiver could land elsewhere — possibly Indianapolis. Both the Colts and Decker reportedly have interest in a pairing, which would add another weapon to Andrew Luck’s arsenal. Decker has averaged 86 catches over the past two seasons with Peyton Manning and could fare just as well with the heir apparent to the league’s quarterbacking throne. On paper, Reggie Wayne would appear to be the Colts No. 1 target after his return from a knee injury. But Decker has the skills to usurp T.Y. Hilton as the second option in the passing game and could be the new No. 1 when the 35-year-old Wayne moves along. The initial thought was that leaving Denver could put a crimp in Decker’s draft value. But if his next stop is Indianapolis, that hit wouldn’t be as drastic as first believed.

Blount back to N.E.?: There appears to be mutual interest between LeGarrette Blount and the Patriots in an encore in 2014. The bruising back became a much larger part of the New England offense as the season went along. He became the leading ballcarrier, averaging 17 rushing attempts per game over the final three weeks of the regular season before having a huge postseason performance against the Colts. Of course, this will give the Patriots more chance to be, well … the Patriots. Blount would likely continue to rotate through the backfield with Stevan Ridley and third-down specialist Shane Vereen. That’s good for the New England offense. Not so much for fantasy owners.

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Jamaal Charles to see lighter workload

Reid wants less Charles in 2014: Coming off the most productive season in his career, Jamaal Charles is likely to see a reduction in touches next season. Chiefs head coach Andy Reid says he would like to see Knile Davis have a bigger role in the offense in 2014. Davis had a grand total of 81 touches in 2013 and suffered a broken leg in the playoff loss to the Colts. However, the young runner is expected to be ready to go for the start of the season and will spell a player who has averaged more than 324 touches over the past two seasons. That doesn’t mean Charles won’t be a top five fantasy rusher again in 2014, but it does make Davis a little stronger handcuff option for owners seeking late-round draft help.

Ravens to get new playbook: The makeover of the Baltimore Ravens offense under Gary Kubiak has begun. The new offensive coordinator says he’s nearly ready to give the playbook to quarterback Joe Flacco in advance of organized team activities. It’s an offense that will emphasize zone blocking and be heavy on the run game. That could do a lot for the draft value of Bernard Pierce, especially if Ray Rice’s off-field issues turn into a larger problem. It could also mean fewer targets for Torrey Smith and a decreased value for the already-fantasy-mediocre Flacco.

More work for Dez?: Lost in the soup of multiple offensive coordinators and play-callers in Dallas is what it will mean for Dez Bryant. The star wideout was often ignored for long stretches last season. It’s something that owner Jerry Jones says won’t happen with Scott Linehan in charge this year. Jones used Calvin Johnson as the example of what Bryant could be in 2014. Fantasy owners will settle for the Cowboys star remaining as the top 10 fantasy option he’s been for the past two seasons.

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Michael Vick could provide interesting fit for Jets

Jets have interest in Vick?: Thanks to the emergence of Nick Foles, it appears that Michael Vick’s services are no longer needed in Philadelphia. As such, the veteran QB will need to find a new dance partner and it appears the New York Jets could have a hankering to fill the position. A move to New York could provide immediate competition for Geno Smith, something the rookie never faced last season. It would create some jockeying among a pair of players, neither of whom are guaranteed a starting gig next season. Of course, unless Gang Green does something to upgrade its moribund receiving corps, it won’t matter a whole lot from a fantasy perspective.

Raiders impressed by Manziel: The list of suitors for Johnny Manziel might have grown by one. The Oakland Raiders were reportedly quite attentive to the quarterback’s Combine workout. While Rich Gannon might not like the fit, Manziel is an intriguing prospect in Oakland. He possesses the same type of skills as current Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor, with a little more polish. However with the Raiders still in need of filling holes in their offense, Manziel could be more of a dynasty league selection in 2014 if he indeed lands in the Bay Area.

Cousins wants to start: All signs point to Kirk Cousins being stuck in quarterback limbo. Washington’s backup reiterated recently that while he’s happy with the team and the city, he’d like to go somewhere that he can be a starter. That seemed a lot more likely several weeks ago when the talk was that the franchise was exploring possible trade options for Cousins. Lately, however, there has been no indication that Washington is interested in parting with its backup signal-caller. So for now, you can scratch Cousins from your draft plans and keep him in mind as a waiver wire option in the event any issues arise with Robert Griffin III.

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Vikings in the market for a quarterback

Vikings seeking QB: It appears that Christian Ponder is no longer in the Minnesota Vikings long-term plans. Head coach Mike Zimmer told “NFL AM” that the team is “looking so hard” to find a quarterback. The other two QBs who took snaps last season (Matt CasselJosh Freeman) are both free agents. The free agent market isn’t expected to boast any franchise signal-callers this spring, so Minnesota is more likely to find a target in the draft. The question becomes: do they try to trade up to get one of the top prospects at the position, trade down or reach for a player at the No. 8 spot? It all remains to be seen.

Romo to “have more power”: The remodeling of the Dallas Cowboys offense continues. After bringing in Scott Linehan to be the team’s passing game coordinator, owner Jerry Jones says more power in the offense will go to quarterback Tony Romo. On the surface, it feels like there are too many cooks in the Cowboy kitchen, with Bill Callahan still holding the offensive coordinator job and Jason Garrett having held the play-calling reins last season. However, Jones says Linehan will have final say over the offense and Garrett will focus less on the offensive side of the ball. As long as Romo can continue to connect with Dez Bryant and Jason Witten, fantasy owners shouldn’t be overly worried.

Chris Johnson status unchanged: It seems likely that Chris Johnson won’t be with the Tennessee Titans next season. And after Johnson’s agent met with team officials over the weekend, that remains unchanged. The veteran runner is due $8 million next season and says he’s unwilling to take a pay cut. It’s a price tag that the Titans are certainly unwilling to swallow — especially after a lackluster 2013 season. Johnson might be forced to take a lower salary whether he wants to or not. He’ll be an interesting player to watch during free agency.

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49ers to use three-headed rushing attack in 2014?

Niners to go RB-by-committee?: Those ever-dreaded fantasy words could become part of the San Francisco 49ers offensive lexicon — running back-by-committee. That’s the impression Niners general manager Trent Baalke gave while speaking at the Combine this week. The team had hoped to use more backs to spell Frank Gore in 2013, but the veteran still ended up playing 75 percent of the team’s offensive snaps. This season, Baalke expects the 49ers to use a three-headed attack in the backfield. Gore will certainly be part of that group, but the question is who will emerge from the triumvirate of Kendall Hunter, LaMichael James and Marcus Lattimore. The latter was the NFL equivalent of a redshirt last season while continuing his rehab from a knee injury suffered in his final collegiate season. The biggest upshot of this is that Gore’s draft value will drop more than any of the other backs.

McCarthy envisions more from Lacy: This news will be music to fantasy owners’ ears: Packers head coach Mike McCarthy wants Eddie Lacy to be an every-down back in 2014. That can only help a rusher who split time with James Starks last season, yet still managed to post better than 1,400 scrimmage yards with 11 total touchdowns. Those totals helped him land as the sixth-best fantasy rusher in 2013. Getting Aaron Rodgers and Randall Cobb back healthy for the start of the season won’t hurt, either.

Bernard won’t see rise in touches: Just in case you were banking on a bigger workload for Gio Bernard in 2014, you might want to hold on. Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis says he doesn’t anticipate his young, dual-threat back seeing more touches than he did in 2013. The rookie finished just outside of the top 15 among fantasy backs while splitting time with BenJarvus Green-Ellis. It’s expected that the Bengals will pursue Darren McFadden in free agency, which could make for a dynamic pairing with Bernard in Hue Jackson’s offense. But if Lewis’ statement comes to pass, Bernard won’t rise above the level of a mid-range RB2 in most leagues and a little higher in PPR leagues.

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Raiders, Darren McFadden meeting to talk contract

McFadden set to hit free agency: Most observers don’t expect Darren McFadden to be back in a Raiders uniform next season. That doesn’t mean the Raiders aren’t trying. The team and McFadden’s agent will reportedly meet this weekend to discuss a potential new deal. Still it seems unlikely that the veteran back will return to Oakland next season after failing to reach 700 rushing yards in two of his past three seasons. The obvious landing spot would seem to be the Cincinnati Bengals and a reunion with former Raiders head coach Hue Jackson. That’s probably the best case scenario for the perennially injured back to revive his fantasy value.

Wilson ahead of schedule: The reports on David Wilson’s rehab from spinal fusion surgery continue to be positive. The latest update is that Wilson is progressing well and expects to be ready for training camp. When healthy, the young Giants rusher is a dynamic talent — both on the field and in fantasy. However, it would make sense for the Giants to take things slowly with Wilson’s recovery and it is likely that he will remain on plenty of draft boards until the middle rounds.

Davis suspended indefinitely: Tight end Fred Davis has been suspended indefinitely without pay for violating the league’s substance abuse policy. This is the second time Davis has been flagged under the policy. Combine that with Davis’ recent injury history and the emergence of Jordan Reed and it’s hard to imagine a scenario in which the former USC standout remains in Washington.

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