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    • Isaiah Johnson OAK CB
      Raiders' Isaiah Johnson: Undergoes minor surgery
      7h ago

      Johnson underwent minor back surgery Tuesday according to his personal Twitter account.

      Johnson noted that the procedure was minor and he will be back in plenty of time for the 2020 season. Look for more updates on his status when the Raiders return for offseason workouts.

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    • Jarran Reed SEA DT
      Seahawks' Jarran Reed: Pass rush falls in 2019
      8h ago

      Reed, who made three tackles over two playoff games, finished the 2019 season with 27 tackles, two sacks and a pass breakup over 10 regular-season games.

      Reed served a six-game suspension to start the season for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy, but he stayed was able to play every game for the rest of the season despite popping up on the injury report occasionally. The 27-year-old defensive tackle racked up 10.5 sacks and 31 quarterback pressures in the 2018 campaign, but those numbers dropped to two and 13 this year, which prorates to 3.2 and 20.8, respectively, over a full season. He's a valued run-stopper, though, and he'll likely be a top priority for the Seahawks to re-sign before he becomes an unrestricted free agent in March.

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    • Tre Flowers SEA CB
      Seahawks' Tre Flowers: Large tackle count in second year
      9h ago

      Flowers, who posted 11 tackles over two playoff games, finished the 2019 season with 82 tackles, eight pass breakups and three interceptions over 15 reguar-season games.

      Flowers -- a fifth-round pick in 2018 -- converted from safety to cornerback when he arrived in the NFL, and there have been predictable growing pains. Most noticeable is that he allowed three catches for 74 yards and two scores to Green Bay's Davante Adams in the divisional-round loss to the Packers. Of course, it's tough to track Adams in coverage, but it signals that he'll remain as the No. 2 corner behind Shaquill Griffin next year. The Seahawks could bring in competition through the draft or free agency during the offseason. Flowers is under his rookie contract for two more seasons.

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    • Shaquill Griffin SEA CB
      Seahawks' Shaquill Griffin: Improves in coverage in 2019
      9h ago

      Griffin, who made seven tackles and a pass breakup over two playoff games, finished the 2019 season with 65 tackles and 13 pass breakups over 14 regular-season games.

      Griffin improved in coverage this season, as he yielded 7.3 yards per target and 39.9 receiving yards per game with just four touchdowns allowed. He served as the team's No. 1 corner opposite Tre Flowers, and Griffin earned an alternate bid to the Pro Bowl. Griffin -- a 2017 third-round pick -- is heading into the final year of his contract in 2020, and he'll look to prove to be a true lockdown corner against the strong NFC West.

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    • Quandre Diggs SEA DB
      Seahawks' Quandre Diggs: Performs well with Seahawks
      9h ago

      Diggs, who made eight tackles over two playoff games, finished the 2019 season with 41 tackles, three pass breakups and three interceptions over 10 games between the Lions and Seahawks.

      The Lions traded Diggs to the Seahawks after five games, but Diggs only managed to play in five games with Seattle due to hamstring and ankle injuries. Diggs made timely tackles for the Seahawks and ran an interception back for a touchdown, and he was a consistent every-down starter when healthy. The 26-year-old has two years remaining on his contract at a reasonable cap hit, so he's in line for another year as a starter in 2020. His role as a free safety hampers IDP value, however.

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    • Bradley McDougald SEA SS
      Seahawks' Bradley McDougald: Generates 70 stops in 2019
      9h ago

      McDougald, who recorded 15 tackles and a sack over two playoff games, finished the 2019 season with 70 tackles, 0.5 sacks, three pass breakups and two interceptions over 15 regular-season contests.

      McDougald served as the team's starting strong safety for the second straight season, and he was solid against the run and in coverage. The 29-year-old led the team in postseason tackles, and he ranked fifth on the team in the regular season. He's in line for another starting role in 2020 -- the final year of his contract at a cap hit of $5.4 million -- but his IDP value isn't enticing since Bobby Wagner and K.J. Wright eat up most of the stops.

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    • Drew Lock DEN QB
      Broncos' Drew Lock: Gets new OC
      11h ago

      The Broncos have officially announced the hiring of former Giants head coach Pat Shurmur as offensive coordinator. The new mentor for Lock and the Broncos offense averaged 4.5 plays of 20 or more yards per game in two seasons in New York, sixth in the league Patrick Smyth, Denver's Executive Vice President of Public and Community Relations points out.

      Just two weeks ago, head coach Vic Fangio was telling reporters that he did not expect to make changes to his staff. Things clearly changed Sunday as news of 2019 offensive coordinator Rich Scangarello's firing quickly made way for rumors that Shurmur was coming to Mile High. Shurmur will be Lock's fourth coordinator in as many years, but there is reason for longterm hope. Despite seldom having much talent or health at quarterback, Shurmur has developed a reputation as a playcaller capable of pushing the envelope downfield. That style seems to suit Lock's big arm and gunslinger mentality. Also, given his two unsuccessful campaigns as head coach, it seems unlikely that Shurmur will jump ship if Lock makes strides in 2020.

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    • Alex McGough HOU QB
      Texans' Alex McGough: Remains with Texans
      1d ago

      McGough signed a reserve/future contract with the Texans on Monday.

      McGough joined the Texans' practice squad after being let go off the 53-man roster in mid-October, and he'll also begin the offseason with the team. The 24-year-old spent a month on the active roster but has yet to see game action since being selected in the seventh round of the 2018 draft by Seattle.

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    • Geno Smith SEA QB
      Seahawks' Geno Smith: No snaps in 2019
      2d ago

      Smith didn't play an offensive snap for the Seahawks in 2019.

      Russell Wilson hasn't missed a game since entering the league in 2012, and he continued that trend in 2019. That left Smith on the sidelines for the full season. Smith last started a game in 2017 for the Giants. Overall in his career, he's completed 57.7 percent of passes for 6,182 yards, 29 touchdowns and 36 interceptions while rushing for 661 yards and seven scores. The 29-year-old will be an unrestricted free agent in March.

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    • Aaron Rodgers GB QB
      Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Throws two TD passes vs. Seahawks
      2d ago

      Rodgers completed 16 of 27 pass attempts for 243 yards and two touchdowns during Sunday's 28-23 divisional-round win over the Seahawks.

      Rodgers completed just 59 percent of his pass attempts, but he averaged a healthy 9.0 yards per attempt thanks to some big gains through the air. The majority of his damage was done when targeting Davante Adams, who piled up 160 yards while reaching the end zone in the first and third quarters. Rodgers could be busier in next week's NFC Championship Game against the 49ers, but he could face a tough task against one of the league's best defensive units.

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    • Russell Wilson SEA QB
      Seahawks' Russell Wilson: Comeback falls short in Green Bay
      2d ago

      Wilson completed 21 of 31 passes for 277 yards and a touchdown while adding 64 rushing yards on seven carries in Sunday's 28-23 divisional-round loss to the Packers.

      Wilson came up just short of digging his team out of a 21-3 halftime hole, tossing a seven-yard touchdown to Tyler Lockett in the process. This loss puts an end to an excellent campaign from Wilson, who finished with 4,110 passing yards and a 31:5 TD:INT in the regular season before knocking off the Eagles in the wild-card round. Coming off three consecutive seasons with 30-plus touchdown passes and still a threat to add meaningful contributions with his legs any given Sunday, Wilson should be among the first few quarterbacks off the board in fantasy next season.

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    • Deshaun Watson HOU QB
      Texans' Deshaun Watson: Three-TD outing not enough
      2d ago

      Watson completed 31 of 52 passes for 388 yards and two touchdowns, while running for 37 yards and an additional TD on six carries during Sunday's 51-31 divisional-round loss to the Chiefs.

      The third-year signal-caller delivered once again from an individual perspective during Houston's 2019 finale, wrapping up the postseason with 700 combined passing and rushing yards along with five total TDs. Though the ultimate result was disappointing, there's no denying Watson got off to an electrifying start Sunday, going 4-for-4 with a TD on Houston's opening drive while leading the Texans to 21 first-quarter points -- the most ever in 298 regular-season and playoff games in franchise history. The former Heisman winner closes out 2019 with a 29:12 TD:INT and more than 260 passing yards per game, as well as 505 rushing yards and an additional nine scores on the ground. Watson will be in the fourth season of his rookie deal in 2020 and carry an economical cap hit of $4.4 million, but he remains poised for a massive pay raise within the next two years.

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    • Nick Bellore SEA RB
      Seahawks' Nick Bellore: Scores once in 2019
      11h ago

      Bellore recorded two receptions for 23 yards over 14 regular-season games in the 2019 season.

      Bellore played just 29 offensive snaps compared to 266 on special teams, which is typical since he converted to fullback from linebacker. He'll turn 31 years old in May, and he's under contract for the 2020 season.

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    • Gus Edwards BAL RB
      Ravens' Gus Edwards: Underutilized in shocking loss
      18h ago

      Edwards saw three carries for 20 yards in the divisional-round loss to the Titans.

      The Ravens surprisingly went away from using Edwards against the Titans despite the second-year running back ripping off 6.7 yards per carry. Edwards finished the regular season with 133 carries for 711 yards (5.3 YPC) and two touchdowns, proving to be a reliable option out of the backfield behind Mark Ingram and Lamar Jackson. He is set to hit free agency this offseason, but given his skill set and familiarity with the system, Baltimore will likely attempt to retain him.

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    • Mike Boone MIN RB
      Vikings' Mike Boone: Totals 273 rushing yards
      1d ago

      Boone carried 49 times for 273 yards and three touchdowns and caught three passes for 17 yards in 16 games this season.

      Boone served as the Vikings' No. 3 running back for most of the season, but he started in Weeks 16 and 17 with Dalvin Cook and Alexander Mattison sidelined. He struggled against the Packers but had 160 yards from scrimmage versus the Bears in the regular-season finale. Boone enters 2020 with little to zero fantasy value because Cook and Mattison are both set to return to Minnesota's backfield.

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    • Alexander Mattison MIN RB
      Vikings' Alexander Mattison: Finishes 2019 with 462 yards
      1d ago

      Mattison finished the 2019 regular season with 100 carries for 462 yards and one touchdown while catching 10 passes for 82 yards in 13 games.

      The 21-year-old worked as Minnesota's No. 2 running back for most of the season and performed well, but he was unfortunately sidelined for Dalvin Cook's late-season, two-game absence, losing a chance to work as the starter. Overal, it was a solid rookie campaign for Mattison, but his fantasy prospects for 2020 remain limited with Cook still under contract and primed to be the feature back.

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    • De'Angelo Henderson Sr. PHI RB
      De'Angelo Henderson: Practice squad deal expires
      1d ago

      Henderson's practice squad contract with the Eagles expired Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log.

      Henderson joined Philadelphia's practice squad in mid-October, but he was never promoted to the 53-man roster despite the team's numerous injuries at running back. The 2017 sixth-round pick appeared in eight games between the Broncos and Jets over the previous two seasons but didn't see game action in 2019.

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    • Karan Higdon HOU RB
      Texans' Karan Higdon: Sticks in Houston
      1d ago

      Higdon signed a reserve/future contract with the Texans on Monday.

      Higdon joined the Texans as an undrafted free agent in the spring and remained on the practice squad after falling victim to roster cutdowns. The 23-year-old will now have a full offseason with the team to work towards a roster spot in 2020.

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    • John Ursua SEA WR
      Seahawks' John Ursua: One catch in rookie year
      12h ago

      Ursua played four games, including one playoff contest, during the 2019 season and caught an 11-yard pass.

      The rookie didn't play an offensive snap until Week 15, and he received his lone target on the final drive of the regular season. He caught the pass for a gain of 11 yards but was stopped inches from the goal line, and the Seahawks weren't able to punch it in to win the NFC West. It's a positive sign that Russell Wilson trusted Ursua in such a meaningful situation, but it doesn't mean much for his value going forward. Ursua's one of three receivers -- Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf being the others -- that is under contract for the 2020 season, but the Seahawks still hold rights to David Moore and Malik Turner. They could add more weapons for Wilson in the draft or free agency as well. Ursua projects as a depth receiver again next year.

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    • Cody Thompson 2005 WR
      Seahawks' Cody Thompson: Sticks with Seattle
      13h ago

      Thompson signed a reserve/future contract with the Seahawks on Tuesday, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.

      The 24-year-old spent a week on Seattle's practice squad in the middle of the season and then rejoined the unit prior to the divisional-round loss in Green Bay. Thompson went undrafted out of Toledo in the spring and is still looking to make his NFL debut.

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    • Penny Hart SEA WR
      Seahawks' Penny Hart: Remains with Seattle
      13h ago

      Hart signed a reserve/future contract with the Seahawks on Tuesday, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.

      Hart was let go by the Colts with an injury settlement in early September, and he joined the Seahawks' practice squad in late October and remained there for the rest of the season. The 23-year-old went undrafted out of Georgia State in the spring and will look to take advantage of spending a full offseason with the Seahawks.

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    • Seth Roberts BAL WR
      Ravens' Seth Roberts: Two grabs in loss
      18h ago

      Roberts caught two of four targets for 30 yards in the divisional-round loss to the Titans.

      The veteran recorded 21 catches for 271 yards on 35 targets over the course of the regular season and added to that total in the postseason. The Ravens are looking to upgrade their receiving corps in the offseason and build around rookie wideout Marquise Brown. While Roberts offered some marginal value in the offense in 2019, it's entirely possible that the Ravens let him walk in free agency given that he was on a one-year deal.

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    • DeAndre Carter HOU WR
      Texans' DeAndre Carter: Loses fumble in playoff loss
      1d ago

      Carter caught his lone target for 17 yards and lost a fumble on a kickoff return in Sunday's 51-31 playoff loss to the Chiefs.

      In the midst of Houston's second-quarter collapse, Carter had the ball dislodged on a kickoff return, setting up Kansas City's third touchdown. To be fair, this was a team-wide disaster, but Carter's fumble fueled the Chiefs' gathering momentum after they had fallen behind 24-0. He finished the regular season with 11 catches on 14 targets for 162 yards, while averaging 22.0 yards on kickoff returns and 9.7 yards on punt returns. The 26-year-old was Houston's primary returner and supplanted Keke Coutee as the No. 4 wideout at the end of the year. Carter enters the offseason as an exclusive rights free agent, meaning the Texans can retain him with a one-year, league-minimum contract.

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    • Bisi Johnson MIN WR
      Vikings' Bisi Johnson: Hauls in 31 passes
      1d ago

      Johnson caught 31 passes for 294 yards and three touchdowns and rushed once for six yards in 16 games this season.

      The rookie seventh-round pick ended up making six starts -- five while Adam Thielen was sidelined from Weeks 10 to 15 -- but he had only 11 catches for 89 yards and one touchdown in that stretch. Johnson currently sits No. 3 on the depth chart at wide receiver and overall it was a solid debut campaign given his draft position, but it seems likely the Vikings look for an upgrade this offseason behind Thielen and Stefon Diggs.

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    • Tyrone Swoopes SEA TE
      Seahawks' Tyrone Swoopes: Run-blocking role in 2019
      12h ago

      Swoopes finished the 2019 season with one catch for five yards over six games.

      Swoopes was brought up from the practice squad after Will Dissly went down with a season-ending Achilles injury and Luke Willson sustained a serious hamstring injury. Jacob Hollister, who will be a restricted free agent in March, served as the No. 1 tight end and will likely stick around in 2020 while Dissly gets healthy. Swoopes will be an exclusive-rights free agent, and he's not a lock to make the 53-man roster.

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    • Will Dissly SEA TE
      Seahawks' Will Dissly: Making progress in recovery
      12h ago

      Coach Pete Carroll said Dissly is recovering well from the torn Achilles he suffered in Week 6, Andy Patton of USA Today reports. "He's killing the rehab. [Dissly] is doing great," Carroll said. "But, it's a long process, it's going to be some tough work for him."

      Dissly suffered a season-ending injury for the second time in his two-year career when he tore his Achilles in Week 6. In the tight end's rookie campaign, he sustained a torn patellar tendon. Dissly beat that expected recovery timeline and showed no ill effects in his return to action, recording 23 receptions for 262 yards and four touchdowns over six games. He was one of Russell Wilson's top targets, and he was a weekly fantasy starter. A torn Achilles usually takes around a year to recover from, so it'll be tough, albeit possible, for him to return for Week 1 of the 2020 season. The Seahawks will likely retain pending RFA Jacob Hollister, who recorded 41 catches for 349 yards and three scores, and Ed Dickson (knee) still has another year on his contract after sitting out the entire 2019 campaign. If Dissly can get back to 100 percent, he'll likely be the No. 1 tight end, but there's no guarantee he gets to that point in Week 1, or at all.

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    • Nick Boyle BAL TE
      Ravens' Nick Boyle: Hampered in playoff loss
      17h ago

      Boyle was held without a catch on two targets in the Ravens' loss to the Titans in the AFC divisional round.

      The tight end played just 26 snaps, which amounted to 27 percent of the team total as he was hampered by an apparent lower leg injury suffered during the contest. Boyle's lack of availability left Baltimore without its key edge sealer in the run game, which took some out of the punch out of that facet of its offense. Boyle is under contract for two more seasons and will enter 2020 coming off his most productive season as a pro, catching 31 of 43 targets for 321 yards and two touchdowns. Mark Andrews will still be the primary pass-catcher among the tight ends, though, and there's a chance that Hayden Hurst takes another step forward in his development as well, further limiting Boyle to a blocking role.

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    • Irv Smith MIN TE
      Vikings' Irv Smith Jr.: Finishes with 311 yards
      1d ago

      Smith caught 36 passes for 311 yards and two touchdowns in 16 games this season.

      The rookie second-round pick ended up played a sizable role for the Vikings during his debut campaign with 620 offensive snaps, and he also put up similar numbers to top tight end Kyle Rudolph (39 catches for 367 yards and six touchdowns). Rudolph figures to enter training camp atop the depth chart, but Smith could carve out a larger role in the passing game in 2020.

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    • Kyle Rudolph MIN TE
      Vikings' Kyle Rudolph: Reaches 367 receiving yards
      1d ago

      Rudolph caught 39 passes for 367 yards and six touchdowns in 16 games this season.

      Outside of a few games, the 30-year-old was largely an afterthought in the Vikings' passing game in 2019, totaling his lowest catch and yardage numbers since 2014, when he played only nine games. Rudolph figures to enter 2020 as the team's top tight end once again after signing a four-year, $36 million extension in July, though 2019 second-round pick Irv Smith could push for the job with a strong offseason and training camp.

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    • Brandon Dillon MIN TE
      Vikings' Brandon Dillon: Remains with Minnesota
      1d ago

      Dillon signed a reserve/future contract with the Vikings on Monday.

      Dillon cracked Minnesota's initial 53-man roster but was waived after playing seven offensive snaps in the season opener. The 22-year-old spent the rest of the season on the practice squad and will now have a full offseason with the team.

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    • Jason Myers SEA K
      Seahawks' Jason Myers: Mediocre 2019 campaign
      2d ago

      Myers, who made one of two field goals and both extra-point tries in Sunday's 28-23 playoff loss to the Packers, connected on 23 of 28 field goals and 40 of 44 extra points over 16 regular-season games.

      Myers was perfect from under 40 yards this season, but he hit just six of 11 tries from beyond. The 28-year-old ranked 17th in the league by hitting 82.0 percent of his field goals, so while his campaign wasn't anything special, it wasn't damaging to the Seahawks or fantasy owners. Myers is under contract for three more seasons, and he'll carry a cap hit of $3.6 million in 2020.

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    • Mason Crosby GB K
      Packers' Mason Crosby: Makes all four extra-point attempts
      2d ago

      Crosby made four extra points in Sunday's divisional-round win over the Seahawks.

      Crosby did not attempt any field goals Sunday, but he was perfect on all four point-after-touchdown attempts -- hardly a surprise given that he made 40 of his 41 extra-point attempts during the regular season.

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    • Ka'imi Fairbairn HOU K
      Texans' Ka'imi Fairbairn: Scores seven in playoff loss
      2d ago

      Fairbairn converted one of two field-goal attempts and four of four extra-point kicks in Sunday's 51-31 loss to the Chiefs.

      In a game that became a shootout, one in which the Chiefs scored touchdowns on seven consecutive drives, sending Fairbairn out to attempt field goals was not part of the thought process in the second half. One year after leading the NFL in points, Fairbairn dropped back to 19th among kickers with 100 points. The 25-year-old placekicker enters the offseason as an unrestricted free agent.

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    • Jake Elliott PHI K
      Eagles' Jake Elliott: Bankable from inside 40 yards
      4d ago

      Elliott completed 22 of 26 field-goal attempts in 2019 and converted 33 of his 35 extra-point tries.

      In each of his three years in the league, Elliott has logged at least an 83.9 percent success rate, earning himself a new five-year deal in the process. He did not miss a single field-goal attempt from inside 40 yards during the season, despite whiffing on two extra-point tries. The 24-year-old accounted for all of the Eagles' nine points in their wild-card loss and looks to be a fixture on the team for years to come.

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    • Brandon McManus DEN K
      Broncos' Brandon McManus: Scores 112 points in 2019
      7d ago

      McManus converted 29 of 34 field goals, with a season high of 53 yards, and 25 of 26 point-after attempts in 2019.

      A strong argument can be made that 2019 was McManus' finest statistical performance. He ended one field goal off his career high and a fraction of a percentage point off his career best conversion rate. More importantly was from where he was kicking them; his 14 field goals from 40 yards and farther out obliterated his previous season high of 10. He ended 2019 tied for fifth in the league with 29 total field goals, and his 14 field goals from 40 yards and farther also ranked fifth. If the offense can take some further steps with incoming sophomore Drew Lock at the helm, McManus' opportunities should only increase in 2020.

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    • Kaare Vedvik CIN K
      Bills' Kaare Vedvik: Secures future contract
      8d ago

      Vedvik signed a reserve/future contract with the Bills on Tuesday.

      Vedvik was picked up off waivers to start the season, but his stint with the Jets didn't last long. The 25-year-old kicker missed a field goal and an extra point in Week 1's 17-16 loss to the Bills, so Gang Green quickly replaced him with Sam Ficken. Vedvik may compete with Stephen Hauschka for the Bills' starting job in 2020, but the former has an uphill battle since Hauschka had a strong end to the season and is under contract for two more years. Vedvik also can work as a punter, so he could be assigned to battle Corey Bojorquez for that role.

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    • Isaiah Johnson OAK CB
      Raiders' Isaiah Johnson: Undergoes minor surgery
      7h ago

      Johnson underwent minor back surgery Tuesday according to his personal Twitter account.

      Johnson noted that the procedure was minor and he will be back in plenty of time for the 2020 season. Look for more updates on his status when the Raiders return for offseason workouts.

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    • Jarran Reed SEA DT
      Seahawks' Jarran Reed: Pass rush falls in 2019
      8h ago

      Reed, who made three tackles over two playoff games, finished the 2019 season with 27 tackles, two sacks and a pass breakup over 10 regular-season games.

      Reed served a six-game suspension to start the season for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy, but he stayed was able to play every game for the rest of the season despite popping up on the injury report occasionally. The 27-year-old defensive tackle racked up 10.5 sacks and 31 quarterback pressures in the 2018 campaign, but those numbers dropped to two and 13 this year, which prorates to 3.2 and 20.8, respectively, over a full season. He's a valued run-stopper, though, and he'll likely be a top priority for the Seahawks to re-sign before he becomes an unrestricted free agent in March.

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    • Tre Flowers SEA CB
      Seahawks' Tre Flowers: Large tackle count in second year
      9h ago

      Flowers, who posted 11 tackles over two playoff games, finished the 2019 season with 82 tackles, eight pass breakups and three interceptions over 15 reguar-season games.

      Flowers -- a fifth-round pick in 2018 -- converted from safety to cornerback when he arrived in the NFL, and there have been predictable growing pains. Most noticeable is that he allowed three catches for 74 yards and two scores to Green Bay's Davante Adams in the divisional-round loss to the Packers. Of course, it's tough to track Adams in coverage, but it signals that he'll remain as the No. 2 corner behind Shaquill Griffin next year. The Seahawks could bring in competition through the draft or free agency during the offseason. Flowers is under his rookie contract for two more seasons.

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    • Shaquill Griffin SEA CB
      Seahawks' Shaquill Griffin: Improves in coverage in 2019
      9h ago

      Griffin, who made seven tackles and a pass breakup over two playoff games, finished the 2019 season with 65 tackles and 13 pass breakups over 14 regular-season games.

      Griffin improved in coverage this season, as he yielded 7.3 yards per target and 39.9 receiving yards per game with just four touchdowns allowed. He served as the team's No. 1 corner opposite Tre Flowers, and Griffin earned an alternate bid to the Pro Bowl. Griffin -- a 2017 third-round pick -- is heading into the final year of his contract in 2020, and he'll look to prove to be a true lockdown corner against the strong NFC West.

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    • Quandre Diggs SEA DB
      Seahawks' Quandre Diggs: Performs well with Seahawks
      9h ago

      Diggs, who made eight tackles over two playoff games, finished the 2019 season with 41 tackles, three pass breakups and three interceptions over 10 games between the Lions and Seahawks.

      The Lions traded Diggs to the Seahawks after five games, but Diggs only managed to play in five games with Seattle due to hamstring and ankle injuries. Diggs made timely tackles for the Seahawks and ran an interception back for a touchdown, and he was a consistent every-down starter when healthy. The 26-year-old has two years remaining on his contract at a reasonable cap hit, so he's in line for another year as a starter in 2020. His role as a free safety hampers IDP value, however.

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    • Bradley McDougald SEA SS
      Seahawks' Bradley McDougald: Generates 70 stops in 2019
      9h ago

      McDougald, who recorded 15 tackles and a sack over two playoff games, finished the 2019 season with 70 tackles, 0.5 sacks, three pass breakups and two interceptions over 15 regular-season contests.

      McDougald served as the team's starting strong safety for the second straight season, and he was solid against the run and in coverage. The 29-year-old led the team in postseason tackles, and he ranked fifth on the team in the regular season. He's in line for another starting role in 2020 -- the final year of his contract at a cap hit of $5.4 million -- but his IDP value isn't enticing since Bobby Wagner and K.J. Wright eat up most of the stops.

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