Jerry Donabedian lists the top free-agent signings at every position and breaks down contract details to see how teams truly value their new players.
Jerry Donabedian surveys all of Wednesday's transactions and hones in on the moves that matter most for fantasy.
Daniel Jones and Darren Waller should both benefit from Tuesday's developments, while the Raiders seem to be rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic.
It was quiet a day for RB/WR/TE signings, but Austin Ekeler made some noise with a trade request while the Raiders found their short-term answer at QB.
With a critical offseason ahead of them, which free agents should the Patriots prioritize re-signing on their path to making it back to the playoffs?
The Buccaneers offense should stay dominant with Tom Brady returning, setting up Leonard Fournette for another big season.
The Chiefs are restocking after the Tyreek Hill trade, but there are still new challenges ahead for Patrick Mahomes.
The Titans picked up a new wideout and tight end, while the Seahawks and Falcons re-signed their leading rushers from last season.
The Davante Adams trade will force the Packers to restructure completely on offense and leaves Josh McDaniels with much to think about in Vegas.
The Titans released Julio Jones, who still figures to attract plenty of interest after consecutive injury-plagued seasons.
Jacksonville's signings of Christian Kirk and Zay Jones might crowd Laviska Shenault out of the Jags wideout rotation.
Alan Seslowsky believes Mitch Trubisky has fantasy sleeper appeal in Pittsburgh.
The Jaguars were in aggressive pursuit Monday, agreeing to contracts with Christian Kirk, Zay Jones and Evan Engram.
Chase Edmonds sits atop the Cardinals' depth chart a month into the 2021 league year, hoping his starting job will survive the upcoming draft.
Kenyan Drake may have a hard time establishing fantasy value in Las Vegas, but a lucrative contract suggests he'll at least be a thorn in Josh Jacobs' side.
Jerry Donabedian still sees some hope for a Van Jefferson mini-breakout, despite the Rams' addition of 34-year-old wideout DeSean Jackson.
Kenny Golladay stood resolute against a cold market for free agent wide receivers and secured the payday he was looking for, and now he leaves Detroit for the Giants.
JuJu Smith-Schuster saw a weaker free agency market than expected and passed up opportunities with the Chiefs and Ravens to return to Pittsburgh for less money.
Another domino fell in the wide receiver market Thursday, with former Houston standout Will Fuller landing in Miami on a one-year deal. Also, Allen Robinson signs the franchise tag with Chicago.
Jamaal Williams is staying in the NFC North, now backing up D'Andre Swift instead of Aaron Jones.
Even after paying big for Jonnu Smith on Monday, the Patriots reeled in the other top tight end in free agency by landing Hunter Henry on Tuesday.
Bill Belichick apparently sees value in the 2021 free-agent class, with Monday reports linking his team to seven new signings, including Jonnu Smith and Nelson Agholor.
Jerry Donabedian looks at all the big developments from the franchise-tag deadline, including Kenny Golladay's impending free agency and Dak Prescott's massive contract.
Jerry Donabedian reads offseason tea leaves for every NFL team, including an up-and-coming Chargers squad that needs to make tough decisions on Hunter Henry and Mike Williams.
Wary of the numbers initially reported on contracts, Jerry Donabedian takes a closer look at some of the details fantasy managers need to know, with Teddy Bridgewater emerging as a big winner.
Jerry Donabedian checks in on Josh Gordon, Cam Newton and a few other familiar faces that remain unsigned through the first week of April.
It's been a tough offseason for Rams and Texans fans, but Darrell Henderson and Will Fuller stand to gain from the big losses.
Tom Brady appears poised to play football for at least two more seasons, hoping Chris Godwin and Mike Evans can help him find the fountain of youth.
Jerry Donabedian relays the top NFL news from Thursday, focusing on Todd Gurley and what's left behind in Los Angeles.
Jerry Donabedian recaps the first day of the 2020 league year, focusing on the dwindling number of openings available for QBs. Will Cam Newton and Jameis Winston find jobs now that Nick Foles is in Chicago?