Adams was taken in the second round of the 2012 NFL Draft but failed to deliver on that high price as he was never a consistent performer. He missed all of last season and the Steelers had apparently seen enough. He made 41 starts from 2012-2014.
This was done to retain Lynch's rights in the event that he would decide to come out of retirement. However, at this point, it seems as if he is very content with his decision.
Well, we suppose holding up a sign asking for a chance in the NFL doesn't always work. Anderson stood on the side of the road last year with a piece of cardboard asking NFL team's to give him a chance. The Jets signed him to their practice squad but less than a year later, cut Anderson. Maybe use a fancier poster next time, Mr. Anderson.
After spending all of his first season on the Eagles practice squad, Monangai will be looking for a new team for the 2016 season. The running back out of Villanova will have a lot more time to party with the National Championship basketball team now that he's unemployed.
Ajayi was a fifth-round draft selection for the Dolphins in 2015. During his rookie year, the former Boise State star rushed for 187 yards on 49 attempts (3.8 avg.) across 9 games. This reports suggests that the Dolphins will give the young ball carrier much more of an opportunity to make an impact on offense in 2016.
The Seahawks traded up in the second round of the draft to grab Reed at No. 49 overall. The 300-plus-pound defensive lineman is widely expected to win the starting nose tackle spot in Seattle this summer.
Moore will remain the backup for the time being, but the Cowboys drafted Dak Prescott in the fourth round to eventually become Tony Romo’s backup and to possibly become the replacement for Romo when he decides to walk away. Prescott is an intriguing target in dynasty leagues due to his potential. Moore can be avoided in all formats with the return of Romo.