Wynn didn't play last season due to a torn ACL and after just 17 career tackles with the Bills, they decided to cut ties with the defensive lineman. He would likely be nothing more than position depth for his new team, if he even gets a deal.
Liuget wants to slim down, presumably to play the game quicker and faster. San Diego shouldn't have a problem with that, as long as he continues to clog up the middle. Liuget recorded 34 tackles and three sacks last season.
Atlanta needs help in the middle of its defense and Jones could be an immediate impact there. He lead his team last season with 100 tackles and 13.5 tackles for loss. Also, he recorded five sacks, two picks and three pass breakups. He's going to have to adjust to the NFL, but he has a lot of potential.
Interesting development, but regardless of who or what is at fault, Rolle is still down with a knee injury. He's said he wants to "bust their ass". Their meaning the Chicago Bears, because he was released following the injury. He has little fantasy value in IDP formats.
This should come as no surprise, as the Buccaneers took a kicker – Roberto Aguayo – in the second round of last weekend's NFL Draft. Aguayo will prove to be an instant upgrade over Barth, as he finished his Florida State career as the most accurate kicker in NCAA history.
The 6-foot-4, 230 LBS German freak of nature is the first straight from Europe product to ever be drafted to an NFL team. His tape was spectacular – however against competition that appeared less skilled than a Rhode Island Pop Warner squad – but in any event, his 4.43 40-time is not something that can be misleading. The guy is incredibly gifted athletically, and the Vikings are a stable enough franchise that can bring him along slowly. The heartwarming aspect of this story is that since he first began following American Football, Boehringer has been a fan of the Vikings and Adrian Peterson the most. It is a great day for the NFL that they can make a fan's wish come true, especially one from overseas.
No fantasy owner is likely reading this, as most pass right by when they see the letters LS next to a player's name. Considering this, let's keep it simple... Long snappers hold no fantasy value and thus this signing is irrelevant in the fantasy world.
While Hester feels like he will be a Falcon once he is cleared to play, the fact of the matter is that he is on the books for $3 million and is rapidly declining talent wise as he creeps up to the wrong side of 30. Don't be surprised if the Falcons cut ties with him due to the money, but that still wouldn't rule him out of being on a roster come September. Hester still holds plenty of value on special teams, so at an affordable price, someone will take him up on his services once healthy.
The former number one overall pick has been mediocre at best so far in his career, however considering the price tag that offensive tackles typically command, it was worth exercising his fifth year option at a still affordable price.