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Brandon Marshall LB - DEN Marshall had surgery on his foot in Marc...
Marshall had surgery on his foot in March, but he should still be ready for training camp, Vic Lombardi of CBS Denver reports.
Impacts: Marshall missed the final two games of the 2014 regular season with a sprain in the Lisfranc area of his right foot. He was able to return for a playoff loss to the Colts, but the injury was apparently serious enough to require surgery. IDP leaguers will want to keep an eye on the Denver linebacking corps, as Danny Trevathan (knee) is also looking to bounce back from an injury. Trevathan had a tremendous breakout season in 2013, while Marshall did the same in 2014. If both guys are healthy to work alongside Von Miller, the Broncos will have arguably the league's best collection of linebacker talent.By Rotowire.com
Danny Trevathan LB - DEN Trevathan (knee) said he is 100 percent...
Trevathan (knee) said he is 100 percent healthy, the Broncos' official website reports.
Impacts: Trevathan suffered a knee fracture during training camp, and while he returned for Week 5, he only played three games before re-injuring his knee. He recently admitted that he probably rushed back from the injury, but he seems to be back at full health for team-organized workouts. Assuming no setbacks, the 25-year-old Trevathan should bounce back to his 2013 breakout form, making him an intriguing target in all IDP formats. He finished the 2013 season with 129 tackles (88 solo), four forced fumbles, three interceptions, two sacks, a fumble recovery and 10 passes defensed.By Rotowire.com
DeMeco Ryans LB - PHI Ryans (Achilles), who agreed to a two-ye...
Ryans (Achilles), who agreed to a two-year contract with the Eagles in March, said he will definitely be ready for the start of training camp, CSN Philadelphia's Reuben Frank reports.
Impacts: Given that Ryans suffered a torn Achilles in November, it would be premature to assume he'll be ready for training camp. Still, his optimism is a good early sign, and it won't be surprising if he's back at full strength by Week 1. Of course, Ryans' days as a useful IDP may be over, as the Eagles now have Mychal Kendricks and Kiko Alonso on the roster. Ryans won't necessarily be a starter, and even if he is, he may come off the field for passing downs.By Rotowire.com
Adrian Peterson RB - MIN The NFL issued a statement Thursday rel...
The NFL issued a statement Thursday relaying that effective Friday, Peterson will be reinstated as an active NFL player.
Impacts: Upon his reinstatement, Peterson -- who was suspended without pay this past November for the remainder of the 2014 NFL season for violating the NFL Personal Conduct Policy -- will be permitted to participate in all scheduled activities with the Vikings. Peterson is under contract with the team this coming season for a base salary in the neighborhood of $13 million, but at this stage it remains to be seen if he will remain with the Minnesota organization. While the Vikings have indicated that they would like the running back to play for the team in 2015, Peterson's agent has said his client doesn't want to play for the Vikings. Minnesota has voluntary workouts that begin Monday and OTA's on May 28, but Peterson doesn't need to show up until a June 18 mandatory minicamp. Peterson's decision to return to the Vikings could drag into June if he's not traded before the NFL Draft.By Rotowire.com
Kai Forbath K - WAS Forbath re-signed with the Redskins on T...
Forbath re-signed with the Redskins on Thursday.
Impacts: Forbath had been a restricted free agent, but will stay with the organization for his fourth NFL season. His field goals made total has increased with each year in the league, resulting in a career-best 103 points in 2014. The 27-year-old will be the favorite to win the job once again in 2015, but it wouldn't be surprising to see Washington bring in a little competition during camp.By Rotowire.com
Philip Rivers QB - SD Rivers, who is entering the final year o...
Rivers, who is entering the final year of his contract, is worried that the Chargers may move to Los Angeles in 2016 or 2017, the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Impacts: The Chargers still hope Rivers will sign a long-term extension, but the 33-year-old quarterback indicated that he's willing to play out the season and hit free agency. While it still seems like speculation at this stage, the Chargers might consider a blockbuster trade involving Rivers rather than risk losing a franchise quarterback for nothing besides draft compensation. Tennessee is mentioned as a possible landing spot, as the Titans own the No. 2 overall pick in the upcoming NFL Draft and Rivers has family in the area. The Chargers recently met with Marcus Mariota, who figures to come off the board long before San Diego picks at No. 17 overall.By Rotowire.com
Ike Taylor CB - Taylor announced his retirement from the...
Taylor announced his retirement from the NFL on Tuesday, NFL.com reports.
Impacts: The 34-year-old Taylor may have struggled in his final few seasons, but he was the Steelers' top cornerback for the majority of his career. While he was never known for his hands and will retire with just 14 interceptions, Taylor was one of the league's better cover corners during his prime. With Troy Polamalu also retiring this offseason, the Pittsburgh secondary will be much younger in 2015. The Steelers figure to target a cornerback within the first few rounds of the upcoming draft, as their current options are underwhelming.By Rotowire.com
Michael Crabtree WR - OAK Crabtree signed a one-year deal with the...
Crabtree signed a one-year deal with the Raiders worth $3 million, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Impacts: Crabtree spent his first six seasons with San Francisco but will head across the Bay to team up with Derek Carr next season. The 27-year-old should line up alongside fellow wide receivers James Jones, Rod Streater, and Andre Holmes, leaving the potential for Crabtree to see a decent amount of passes thrown his way during the 2015-16 campaign.By Rotowire.com
Greg Jennings WR - Jennings (elbow) is visiting the Jaguars...
Jennings (elbow) is visiting the Jaguars on Monday, the Florida Times-Union reports.
Impacts: While it's unclear if the Jaguars will land Jennings, if the 31-year-old wideout does join the team, he'll provide a veteran complement to second-year pass-catchers Allen Robinson, Allen Hurns and Marqise Lee. Jennings is coming off a 2014 campaign in which he caught 59 passes for 742 yards and six TDs for the Vikings.By Rotowire.com
Anthony Spencer DE - Spencer signed a one-year contract with...
Spencer signed a one-year contract with the Saints on Friday.
Impacts: Spencer had a down season for the Cowboys in 2014, after missing nearly all of 2013 to undergo microfracture knee surgery. The former first-round draft pick is still only 31 years old, and he should provide the Saints with some added depth, at the very least. If he can somehow get back to his top form from his 2012 breakout season, Spencer could be one of the biggest steals of the free-agency period. He doesn't yet warrant IDP consideration.By Rotowire.com
Troy Polamalu S - PIT Polamalu has decided to retire from the...
Polamalu has decided to retire from the NFL after 12 seasons, the Herald-Standard reports.
Impacts: Polamalu has had a highly-decorated career for the Steelers, making eight Pro Bowls and earning four first-team All-Pro honors, playing in 158 games over the course of his career. In addition to that, he accumulated 710 tackles, 35 interceptions, 13 forced fumbles, seven fumble recoveries and won three Super Bowls. The Steelers will have a tough time replacing the veteran safety's presence and leadership defensively, but they will now have to do so.By Rotowire.com
Charles Tillman CB - CAR Tillman (triceps) signed a one-year cont...
Tillman (triceps) signed a one-year contract with the Panthers on Thursday, the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Impacts: Tillman may have the most recognizable name in the Carolina secondary, but the Panthers' young defensive backs came on strong at the end of the 2014 season. The 34-year-old corner will likely just be third or fourth on the depth chart entering training camp, with Josh Norman and Bene Benwikere seemingly locked into the top two spots. Tillman should have plenty of time to recover from the torn triceps that cost him nearly all of the 2015 season.By Rotowire.com
Le'Veon Bell RB - PIT Bell has been suspended three games for...
Bell has been suspended three games for a violation of the league's substance abuse policy, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.
Impacts: Bell will also be fined an additional game check, but per Schefter, the Steelers' back plans to appeal. It had been previously reported that Bell was facing a two-game suspension stemming from marijuana and DUI charges last August, so the punishment turned out to be a bit harsher than expected. After collecting over 2,000 total yards and 11 combined touchdowns in 2014, Bell was expected to be a clear cut first-rounder in most 2015 drafts. Although this still may hold true, owners who go this route risk having to wait until Week 4 to utilize the 23-year-old's services.By Rotowire.com
Stevan Ridley RB - NYJ Ridley (knee) will sign with the Jets, N...
Ridley (knee) will sign with the Jets, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.
Impacts: Ridley had already met with the Dolphins and Redskins this offseason, but New York will be his final landing spot. The 26-year-old back played just six games in 2014 before suffering a season-ending ACL injury, but had collected a career-low 3.6 yards per carry over that span. Ridley will have to earn his role during camp, competing with the likes of Chris Ivory and Bilial Powell for reps in the backfield.By Rotowire.com
Patrick Peterson CB - ARZ Peterson acknowledged this past weekend...
Peterson acknowledged this past weekend that he's "a diabetic," the Cardinals' official site reports. In a subsequent statement, he said, "While I did have abnormal sugar levels, I've been working with doctors on a strategic meal plan and workout routine that are reversing these symptoms. I'm grateful that this has been reversible for me and my health is back to normal."
Impacts: After inking the richest deal for a cornerback last summer, Peterson was rather sluggish during the first month of the 2014 campaign. On the receiving end of numerous targets, defensive holds, and pass interference calls, he didn't start to turn it around until October, which coincided with the discovery of his medical condition. With that knowledge, he still finished the season with 50 tackles (43 solo), seven passes defended, three interceptions, one defensive touchdown, and one sack in 16 games. His search for a happy medium regarding his conditioning and diet should place him back in the IDP elite for next season.By Rotowire.com
LeGarrette Blount RB - NE Blount will be suspended for one game fo...
Blount will be suspended for one game for a violation of the NFL's substance abuse policy, ESPN's Adam Caplan reports.
Impacts: This stems from Blount's August arrest for marijuana possession, back when he was with the Steelers. His legal case was resolved in December, and the Patriots probably aren't surprised that they won't have Blount in Week 1. Jonas Gray and Brandon Bolden could handle the early-down work in Blount's absence, assuming they're still on the roster.By Rotowire.com
Greg Jennings WR - Jennings is meeting with the Dolphins on...
Jennings is meeting with the Dolphins on Tuesday, NFL.com reports.
Impacts: The Dolphins recently hosted Michael Crabtree, who is now visiting with the Raiders. If Jennings ultimately signs with his former offensive coordinator in Miami, he'll likely be behind all of Kenny Stills, Jarvis Landry and Jordan Cameron in the pecking order for targets. The Dolphins' interest in veterans indicates that they aren't content with Rishard Matthews as the No. 3 wide receiver. It makes sense to target a receiver who's more comfortable on the outside, given that Landry typically plays out of the slot in three-wide sets.By Rotowire.com
Marcell Dareus DT - BUF Despite reaching a plea agreement to hav...
Despite reaching a plea agreement to have misdemeanor charges dropped, Dareus may receive punishment from the NFL for a June 2014 incident in which he was originally accused of racing teammate Jerry Hughes, ESPN.com reports.
Impacts: Dareus plead guilty to a pair of traffic violations, and he promised to host a free football camp over the summer. While this doesn't seem like something that would typically warrant a suspension from the league, Dareus was arrested for possession of synthetic marijuana just four weeks before he crashed his car. He agreed to enter the NFL's substance abuse program and wasn't suspended, but he did spend two weeks away from the team during minicamp. Things went much better for the former No. 3 overall draft pick once the season began, as he notched 48 tackles and 10 sacks, further establishing himself as one of the NFL's top interior pass rushers. Dareus is heading into the final season of his rookie contract, and the Bills will likely try to get him signed before Week 1.By Rotowire.com
Stevan Ridley RB - Ridley (knee), who previously visited th...
Ridley (knee), who previously visited the Dolphins and Jets, is meeting with the Redskins on Tuesday, ESPN Boston's Mike Reiss reports.
Impacts: Washington would be one of the worst places for Ridley to establish any kind of value, given that the Redskins already have an early-down workhorse in Alfred Morris. While the team does figure to pursue another running back through free agency and/or the draft, it would be surprising if they devote significant resources to a player who doesn't offer much in the passing game. Should he ultimately sign in Washington, Ridley would probably just be a handcuff for Morris in most league.By Rotowire.com
Dennis Pitta TE - BAL The Ravens probably won't know more abou...
The Ravens probably won't know more about Pitta's (hip) status until this summer, baltimoreravens.com reports.
Impacts: Pitta is hoping to return from his second hip dislocation in two years, and while both he and the team have thus far expressed optimism, it's no secret that Pitta may not play again. Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti recently suggested that Crockett Gillmore could be the team's primary in-line tight end, adding that he hopes the Ravens can find another move/flex tight end in the middle rounds of the draft. That actually makes a lot of sense, as the Ravens just gave Pitta a five-year contract last offseason, but it's now clear the team needs some form of insurance.By Rotowire.com
Shamarko Thomas S - PIT Thomas is in line to replace Troy Polama...
Thomas is in line to replace Troy Polamalu as a starting safety, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Impacts: A fourth-round draft pick in 2013, Thomas played nearly 200 defensive snaps as a rookie but was limited to special teams during an injury-riddled sophomore campaign. While he's known as a hard-hitter and did force a couple of fumbles on special teams, Thomas will likely have to compete for the starting job in training camp. It's also worth noting that the Steelers still technically have Polamalu on the roster, even though the future Hall of Famer isn't believed to be a part of the team's plans for 2015.By Rotowire.com
Michael Crabtree WR - Crabtree will make a free agent visit wi...
Crabtree will make a free agent visit with the Raiders next week, Yahoo! Sports reports.
Impacts: Crabtree struggled toward 68 receptions for 698 yards and four touchdowns last year, his first full season since tearing his Achilles in 2013. Along the way, Crabtree posted a career-low 10.3 yards per reception, evidencing a lack of explosiveness following the injury. However, with the Raiders in need of pass-catching options, Crabtree would represent a steady veteran wideout to pair with James Jones, a similarly skilled player.By Rotowire.com
Sammy Watkins WR - BUF Watkins had a surgical procedure on his...
Watkins had a surgical procedure on his hip this offseason, after suffering an injury during a Week 13 win over the Browns, ESPN's Josina Anderson reports.
Impacts: While the injury might help to explain Watkins' relatively slow finish to his rookie season, he still managed to post a 7-127-0 receiving line the following week. Given that he continued playing and there haven't been any other reports of the injury, Watkins likely just had a minor procedure. There should be more details available at some point this offseason.By Rotowire.com
Josh Wilson CB - Wilson signed a one-year deal with the L...
Wilson signed a one-year deal with the Lions on Friday, Tim Twentyman of the team's official website reports.
Impacts: The 30-year-old Wilson has plenty of experience working both outside and in the slot, but his play has been a mixed bag throughout his career. He'll likely compete for the nickelback role in Detroit, behind presumed starters Rashean Mathis and Darius Slay.By Rotowire.com
Dashon Goldson S - TB Tampa Bay traded Goldson and a 2016 seve...
Tampa Bay traded Goldson and a 2016 seventh-round pick to Washington on Friday in exchange for a 2016 sixth-round pick, Albert Breer of NFL Network reports.
Impacts: Signed to a lavish five-year contract in March of 2013 following two Pro Bowl seasons with the 49ers, Goldson was a total bust during his two seasons in Tampa Bay. Goldson recorded just one interception during his 27 games with the Buccaneers, and looked on track to be displaced from his starting role in 2015 by the newly signed Chris Conte. Perhaps the move to a new defensive scheme in Washington will help Goldson restore some value, but with the safety set to turn 32 before the season begins, his best years appear to be behind him.By Rotowire.com
Joseph Morgan WR - NO Morgan re-signed with the Saints on Thur...
Morgan re-signed with the Saints on Thursday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Impacts: Morgan was released by the Saints in December midway through a poor 2014 campaign. However, the team tends to have an open-minded approach when it comes to the roster, and will give the wideout another shot with the club. It's unclear where he will fit in, but with Kenny Stills no longer on the roster, he could make a run at a spot out of camp.By Rotowire.com
Josh Freeman QB - MIA Freeman signed a one-year deal with the...
Freeman signed a one-year deal with the Dolphins on Thursday, Bleacher Report's Mike Freeman reports.
Impacts: Freeman briefly signed with the Giants last offseason but was otherwise out of football in 2014. Given that the Dolphins already have Matt Moore as a backup, Freeman will be competing for the No. 3 quarterback role on a team that only figures to keep two signal-callers.By Rotowire.com
Rolando McClain LB - DAL McClain re-signed with the Cowboys on We...
McClain re-signed with the Cowboys on Wednesday on a one-year, $3 million contract, Drew Davidson of the Fort Worth Star Telegram reports.
Impacts: McClain was able to resurrect his career while joining the Cowboys for training camp last season, ultimately winning the starting middle linebacker job and finishing second on the team in tackles (108) over his 13 games. The Cowboys had prepared for McClain's potential departure by inking veterans Jasper Brinkley and Keith Rivers to deals, but they're slated to serve as depth in the linebacking corps with McClain being retained. McClain was limited by knee and groin injuries in addition to a concussion last season, but should be fully healthy heading into the 2015 campaign.By Rotowire.com
Vincent Brown WR - Brown signed a one-year contract with th...
Brown signed a one-year contract with the Colts on Tuesday and is expected to compete for the No. 4 wide receiver role, ESPN's Adam Caplan reports.
Impacts: A third-round draft pick back in 2011, Brown has never caught more than 41 passes in a season. Injuries have been part of the problem, but he also failed to take advantage of the opportunities that came his way. With T.Y. Hilton, Andre Johnson and Donte Moncrief assumed to be Indy's top three wideouts, Brown will compete with a group that includes Duron Carter and Griff Whalen for the fourth spot on the depth chart.By Rotowire.com
Matt Schaub QB - Schaub signed a one-year deal with the R...
Schaub signed a one-year deal with the Ravens on Tuesday, SI.com's Peter King reports.
Impacts: Schaub will compete with 2014 sixth-round selection Keith Wenning for the right to back up Joe Flacco, who has yet to miss a game through seven NFL seasons. Schaub may be the bigger name here, but given how poorly the veteran played in 2013 and into the 2014 preseason, Wenning should have a decent chance to win the job.By Rotowire.com
Jacquizz Rodgers RB - Rodgers is visiting the Bears, NFL.com's...
Rodgers is visiting the Bears, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.
Impacts: The Bears currently have Ka'Deem Carey and Senorise Perry behind Matt Forte, who led all NFL running backs in snaps in both 2013 and 2014. While the Bears may want to slightly reduce Forte's workload, Chicago wouldn't be a great landing spot for Rodgers' 2015 fantasy prospects. The former Falcon has seen most of his work on passing downs over the last few years, and Forte is one of the top receiving backs in the league.By Rotowire.com
Miles Austin WR - PHI The Eagles have signed Austin (kidney) t...
The Eagles have signed Austin (kidney) to a one-year contract, ESPN.com reports.
Impacts: Per the report, Austin's deal with the Eagles is worth $2.3 million, with the potential for him to earn an additional $700,000 in incentives. Austin caught 47 passes for 568 yards and two touchdowns with the Browns this past season, before missing the team's final four games with a kidney injury. Austin -- who turns 31 in June -- has missed 15 games over the past four seasons due to injuries, but assuming he can stay on the field, he'll provide added depth and experience to an Eagles wideout corps that bid adieu to starter Jeremy Maclin in free agency. Austin is thus in line to jostle with the likes of Riley Cooper, Jordan Matthews and Josh Huff for slotting on the team's 2015 depth chart at the position.By Rotowire.com
Jarrett Boykin WR - CAR Boykin signed a one-year contract with t...
Boykin signed a one-year contract with the Panthers on Friday, ESPN's David Newton reports.
Impacts: Boykin caught just three passes for the Packers in 2014, after hauling in 49-of-82 targets for 681 yards and three touchdowns the previous season. He did well to land with a team that lacks complements to Kelvin Benjamin and Greg Olsen, but Boykin will still have to prove in training camp that he's worthy of a role in the Carolina offense. With Benjamin locked in as the No. 1 wideout, the likes of Boykin, Jerricho Cotchery, Philly Brown, Ted Ginn and Brenton Bersin could all be part of a wide-open competition for snaps. Of course, the Panthers may still opt to address the position in April's draft.By Rotowire.com
Alan Ball CB - CHI Ball signed a one-year contract with the...
Ball signed a one-year contract with the Bears on Friday, ESPN's Jeff Dickerson reports.
Impacts: The 29-year-old Ball has played in 93 NFL games, getting the start in 44 of those contests. He largely struggled in Jacksonville the past two seasons, and he'll now join a team that has Tim Jennings and Kyle Fuller on the roster. Ball could compete with incumbent Demontre Hurst for the nickelback role.By Rotowire.com
Terence Newman CB - CIN Newman agreed to a one-year, $2.5 millio...
Newman agreed to a one-year, $2.5 million contract with the Vikings on Thursday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Impacts: Newman will likely compete with Captain Munnerlyn and Xavier Rhodes for a starting spot at corner, but will give the Vikings extra depth at the position wither way.By Rotowire.com
Brian Quick WR - STL Quick is progressing in his recovery fro...
Quick is progressing in his recovery from the torn rotator cuff and separated shoulder that he suffered back in October, ESPN.com reports. "He's coming [along]," coach Jeff Fisher said Wednesday. "Making progress. It was a very, very difficult early rehab process. It was an extensive, extensive injury. He's starting to see the light now. He's doing good. He's worked hard."
Impacts: With that in mind, it's unclear if Quick will be ready in time for training camp in July. "There will be some question marks there," Fisher acknowledged. "He may be. I can't say. The next three or four months are going to be important." Prior to sustaining his injury, Quick had recorded 25 catches for 375 yards and three touchdowns in seven games for the Rams, and once he is up to speed this summer the fourth-year wideout will look to reclaim a key role in the team's 2015 passing attack, which will be helmed by newcomer Nick Foles.By Rotowire.com
Victor Cruz WR - NYG Coach Tom Coughlin relayed Wednesday tha...
Coach Tom Coughlin relayed Wednesday that he saw Cruz (knee) do some running recently, noting that the wideout looks lighter and in shape, Newsday reports.
Impacts: While Coughlin remains optimistic that Cruz will bounce back well from his torn patellar tendon, a firm timetable for the wideout's return to game action has yet to be solidified. "I'd be careful of what I would say there," Coughlin said. "Hopefully it's the first game, but, you know what, if it isn't, we've done that one before. We just went through it." Coughlin was, of course, referring to how Odell Beckham Jr. was sidelined for the first few weeks of the 2014 season, before returning to make a significant impact as the season progressed. Either way, the report suggests that the hope continues to be that Cruz will participate in training camp this summer, in some capacity.By Rotowire.com
Jordy Nelson WR - GB Nelson, who recently underwent a procedu...
Nelson, who recently underwent a procedure on his hip, is expected to be fully recovered in six-to-eight weeks, espnwisconsin.com reports.
Impacts: While any offseason surgical procedure is notable when it comes to key skill players like Nelson, coach Mike McCarthy has downplayed his receiver's hip issue. "He had some postseason work done," McCarthy said of Nelson. "He'll be fine in a couple weeks. I've seen him. [I think] it's 6 to 8 weeks [recovery time], but really he should answer that. But it's nothing serious." McCarthy further noted that the issue Nelson had addressed was something that was "kind of hindering him after the Pro Bowl and something he felt he needed to get cleaned up." The wideout is coming off a career-high 98-catch season that resulted in a Packers' single-season franchise record 1,519 yards, to go along with 13 touchdowns.By Rotowire.com
Adrian Peterson RB - MIN Peterson's agent, Ben Dogra, said Monday...
Peterson's agent, Ben Dogra, said Monday that his client doesn't want to play for the Vikings. "I don't think it's in Adrian's best interest to play in Minnesota. Why would it be?" Ben Dogra told ESPN.
Impacts: The Peterson drama takes another turn, but the overall dynamics haven't changed. Peterson is reluctant to return to the Vikings after he felt that some in the organization were not supporting him when the team worked with the NFL to put him on the commissioner's exempt list last September. However, the Vikings maintain they want him to play for the team in 2015 and will not release him. He could be trying to force a trade or obtain a contract extension. Peterson is under contract for $13 million in 2015 and doesn't have any guaranteed money beyond 2015. The Vikings may be playing coy in order to trade Peterson before the NFL Draft, so the drama could continue into April. Peterson remains on the restricted list from his suspension in November after he pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge of reckless assault for disciplining his child with a switch. His suspension was overturned by a federal judge in February who asked the NFL to rework his suspension to follow previous protocol for personal conduct punishment, but the NFL hasn't issued a new ruling. Peterson is eligible for reinstatement from his suspension on Apr. 15, but that deadline isn't an obstacle for the Vikings to make any transaction for him in the offseason.By Rotowire.com
J.J. Watt DE - HOU Watt has agreed to a restructured contra...
Watt has agreed to a restructured contract, ESPN's Field Yates reports.
Impacts: Most of Watt's 2015 base salary will convert into a signing bonus, creating cap space for the Texans this season at the expense of cap space over the following few seasons. Watt should be in for another huge season, and he's a perpetual favorite for Defensive Player of the Year honors.By Rotowire.com