2020 NFL Injuries and News Recap by Team

Carolina Panthers Quarterback Cam Newton
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During the off-season it can be tough to keep up with the ever changing NFL landscape. That’s why I created this recap. It can be used as a reference anytime to quickly get up to speed on your favorite fantasy players and NFL teams off-season changes.

Check back when it’s convenient for you. I’ll update this article daily staying on top of the news and injuries so you don’t have to.

The recap is sorted by NFL team so you can quickly start with the team your most interested in. If you want it sorted by time check out the “2020 NFL Injuries and News Recap by Month.”


David Johnson (Running Back)
  • (March) Arizona trades running back David Johnson, a second, and fourth round pick to the Houston Texans for wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins.
DeAndre Hopkins (Wide Receiver)
  • (March) Arizona trades running back David Johnson, a second, and fourth round pick to the Houston Texans for wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins. Reports are that Hopkins and head coach Bill O’Brien had their differences and Hopkins was upset with his current contract with the Texans.
Isaiah Simmons (Linebacker)
  • (April) With the eighth pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Arizona Cardinals select Clemson University linebacker Isaiah Simmons.
Josh Jones (Offensive Tackle)
  • (April) With the 72nd pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Arizona Cardinals select offensive tackle Josh Jones from Houston.
Kenyan Drake (Running Back)
  • (March) Running back Kenyan Drake signs his transition tag tender with the Arizona Cardinals. If a multi-year deal can’t be reached then Drake will play on a one-year $8.4 million contract.

A.J. Terrell (Cornerback)
  • (April) With the sixteenth pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Atlanta Falcons select A.J. Terrell a cornerback from the University of Clemson.
Austin Hooper (Tight End)
  • (March) Former Atlanta Falcons tight end Austin Hooper signs a 4 year $44 million deal with the Cleveland Browns.
Devonta Freeman (Running Back)
  • (May) Free agent running back Devonta Freeman says he could retire or sit out a season if he doesn’t get an offer from a team he is happy with.
  • (March) Atlanta releases two-time Pro Bowl running back Devonta Freeman after six seasons with the team.
Hayden Hurst (Tight End)
  • (March) In a trade Atlanta acquires tight end Hayden Hurst and a 2020 fourth-round NFL draft pick from the Baltimore Ravens in exchange for 2020 second and fifth rounder. This is the Falcons attempt to replace Austin Hooper who they lost to Cleveland in free agency this season. Hayden Hurst was a 2018 first-round pick, but was overshadowed by fellow Baltimore tight end Mark Andrews.  Hurst will be a fantasy football tight end sleeper this season.
Marlon Davidson (Defensive End)
  • (April) With the 47th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Atlanta Falcons select Marlon Davidson defensive end from Auburn.
Matt Hennessy (Center)
  • (April) With the 78th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Atlanta Falcons select center Matt Hennessy from Temple.
Todd Gurley (Running Back)
  • (March) Former Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley signs a one year deal with the Atlanta Falcons worth $6 million.

NFL Baltimore Ravens

Devin Duvernay (Wide Receiver)
  • (April) With the 92nd pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Baltimore Ravens select wide receiver Devin Duvernay from Texas. Duvernay and Kyler Murray are cousins.
D.J. Fluker (Guard)
  • (May) The Ravens sign former Seattle Seahawks starting right guard D.J. Fluker.
Hayden Hurst (Tight End)
  • (March) The Ravens trade tight end Hayden Hurst and a 2020 fourth-round NFL draft pick to the Atlanta Falcons in exchange for a 2020 second and fifth round pick.
J.K. Dobbins (Running Back)
  • (April) With the 55th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Baltimore Ravens select running back J.K. Dobbins from Ohio State. For fantasy value J.K. Dobbins finds himself in a great position being behind the aging Mark Ingram. He may not be a fantasy value immediately, but Dobbins is a high prospect for rookie and dynasty drafts. This season he might be only one injury away from being fantasy relevant.
Justin Madubuike (Defensive Tackle)
  • (April) With the 71st pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Baltimore Ravens select defensive tackle Justin Madubuike from Texas A&M.
Malik Harrison (Linebacker)
  • (April) With the 98th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Baltimore Ravens select linebacker Malik Harrison from The Ohio State.
Patrick Queen (Linebacker)
  • (April) With the 28th pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Baltimore Ravens select linebacker Patrick Queen from LSU.
Tyre Phillips (Offensive Tackle)
  • (April) With the 106th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Baltimore Ravens select offensive tackle Tyre Phillips from Mississippi State.

A.J. Epenesa (Defensive End)
  • (April) With the 54th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Buffalo Bills select defensive end A.J. Epenesa from Iowa.
Frank Gore (Running Back)
  • (May) Former Bills running back Frank Gore signs a one-year deal with the Jets.
Stefon Diggs (Wide Receiver)
  • (March) Buffalo trades a first, fifth, sixth, and seventh-round pick in the 2020 NFL draft along with a 2021 fourth-round pick for former Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs.
Zack Moss (Running Back)
  • (April) With the 86th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Buffalo Bills select running back Zack Moss from Utah.

Cam Newton (Quarterback)
  • (March) After nine seasons the Panthers release Cam Newton. He is recovering from Lisfranc left foot surgery he underwent in December 2019. He is expected to be ready for the start of the 2020 NFL season.
  • (March) After signing quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to a $63 million deal the Carolina Panthers have given 31 year old quarterback Cam Newton permission to seek a trade.
Christian McCaffrey (Running Back)
  • (April) Panthers head coach Matt Rhule says “he wants to avoid having Christian McCaffrey on the field every snap.” McCaffrey doesn’t need to be on the field for every snap in order to be valuable to your fantasy football team. Carolina will likely fill this position with a rookie from the NFL draft.
  • (April) Christian McCaffrey agreed to a four-year extension with the Panthers worth $64 million, giving him an average salary of $16 million. This makes him the highest-paid running back in NFL history. Last season McCaffrey became just the third player in NFL history to both rush 1,000 yards and receive for 1,000 yards in a season. He joins the company of Marshall Faulk and Roger Craig as the only players to reach this milestone.
Coaches
  • (January) The Carolina Panthers name former Baylor head coach Matt Rhule as their next head coach.
Derrick Brown (Defensive Tackle)
  • (April) With the seventh pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Carolina Panthers select defensive tackle Derrick Brown from Auburn University.
Greg Olsen (Tight End)
  • (January) The Carolina Panthers and Greg Olsen mutually agree to part ways after nine seasons with the team.
Jeremy Chinn (Safety)
  • (April) With the 64th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Carolina Panthers select safety Jeremy Chinn from Southern Illinois.
John Miller (Right Guard)
  • (March) Carolina signs former Cincinnati Bengal right guard John Miller to a one-year $4 million deal.
Kyle Allen (Quarterback)
  • (March) The Panthers trade quarterback Kyle Allen to the Washington Redskins for a fifth-round NFL draft pick.
  • (March) The Carolina Panthers signed quarterback Kyle Allen to a one year deal. Allen started 12 games last season backing up the injured Cam Newton.
Luke Kuechly (Linebacker)
  • (January) Luke Kuechly announces his retirement from football.
Robby Anderson (Wide Receiver)
  • (March) Former New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson agreed to a two-year $20 million deal with the Carolina Panthers.
Russell Okung (Left Tackle)
  • (March) Carolina trades Pro Bowl guard Trai Turner to the Los Angeles Chargers for Pro Bowl tackle Russell Okung. They essentially swap offensive lineman.
Teddy Bridgewater (Quarterback)
  • (March) The Carolina Panthers sign former New Orleans Saints backup quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to a 3 year $63 million deal with $40 million guaranteed over the next two seasons.
Yetur Gross-Matos (Defensive End)
  • (April) With the 38th pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Carolina Panthers select defensive end Yetur Gross-Matos from Penn State.

Coaches
  • (January) Chicago hires Bill Lazor as their new offensive coordinator.
  • (January) Bears hire John DeFilippo as their quarterbacks coach.
Cole Kmet (Tight End)
  • (April) With the 43rd pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Chicago Bears select tight end Cole Kmet from Notre Dame. He is the tight end replacement for Trey Burton who Chicago released in early April.
Jaylon Johnson (Cornerback)
  • (April) With the 50th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Chicago Bears select cornerback Jaylon Johnson from Utah.
Jimmy Graham (Tight End)
  • (March) The Bears sign Ex-Green Bay Packer tight end Jimmy Graham to a two-year deal worth $16 million with $9 million guaranteed.
Mitch Trubisky (Quarterback)
  • (May) Chicago has declined to pick up Mitch Trubisky’s 5th year option.
  • (March) The Bears trade a compensatory fourth round draft pick to acquire Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Nick Foles. This means Trubisky will compete with Foles for the starting quarterback position.
Nick Foles (Quarterback)
  • (March) The Bears trade a compensatory fourth round draft pick to acquire Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Nick Foles. He will compete with Mitch Trubisky for the starting quarterback position.
Trey Burton (Tight End)
  • (April) The Bears release Trey Burton after signing tight end Jimmy Graham. Burton then signs with the Indianapolis Colts.

A.J. Green (Wide Receiver)
  • (March) The Bengals placed the franchise tag worth $18 million on 31-year-old wide receiver A.J. Green. He missed the entire 2019 season with an ankle injury, and seven games in the 2018 NFL season.
Andy Dalton (Quarterback)
  • (April) After drafting Joe Burrow #1 in the 2020 NFL draft the Bengals release quarterback Andy Dalton. Dalton played nine seasons with the Bengals, and never won a playoff game as their quarterback.
  • (May) Former Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton signs a one-year $7 million contract with the Dallas Cowboys to be their backup quarterback.
B.W. Webb (Cornerback)
  • (March) The Bengals release cornerback B.W. Webb
Joe Burrow (Quarterback)
  • (April) With the first pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Cincinnati Bengals select LSU quarterback Joe Burrow. Burrow was the 2019 Heisman Trophy winner.
Joe Mixon (Running Back)
  • (April) Reports that Bengals starting running back Joe Mixon is prepared to holdout this season if he can’t reach a long-term deal with Cincinnati.
John Miller (Right Guard)
  • (March) Cincinnati releases right guard John Miller.
John Ross (Wide Receiver)
  • (May) The Bengals have declined to pick up John Ross fifth-year option.
Logan Wilson (Linebacker)
  • (April) With the 65th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Cincinnati Bengals select linebacker Logan Wilson from Wyoming.
Tee Higgins (Wide Receiver)
  • (April) With the start of Round 2 in the 2020 NFL draft the Cincinnati Bengals select with the 33rd pick wide receiver Tee Higgins from Clemson.

Austin Hooper (Tight End)
  • (March) Cleveland signs former Atlanta Falcons tight end Austin Hooper to a 4 year $44 million deal with $23 million guaranteed.
Case Keenum (Quarterback)
  • (March) The Browns sign former Washington Redskin quarterback Case Keenum to a 3 year $18 million contract with $10 million guaranteed.
David Njoku (Tight End)
  • (April) The Cleveland Browns exercised the fifth-year option on tight end David Njoku’s contract. This is an interesting move considering the Browns acquired tight end Austin Hooper in free agency this season.
Grant Delpit (Safety)
  • (April) With the 44th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Cleveland Browns select safety Grant Delpit from LSU.
Greg Robinson (Offensive Tackle)
  • (February) Greg Robinson was arrested near the U.S. and Mexico border in possession of 157 pounds of marijuana. He was charged with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute marijuana and possession with intent to distribute marijuana. Robinson could face up to 20 years in prison.
Jack Conklin (Right Tackle)
  • (March) Former Tennessee Titans right tackle Jack Conklin signs a three-year deal with the Cleveland Browns worth $42 million with $30 million guaranteed. Conklin could have a huge positive impact on the running game for Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt.
Jacob Phillips (Linebacker)
  • (April) With the 97th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Cleveland Browns select linebacker Jacob Phillips from LSU.
Jarvis Landry (Wide Receiver)
  • (February) Jarvis Landry underwent hip surgery. The recovery timetable is 6-8 months. Landry is eyeing a return by training camp in August. He expects to be ready for the 2020 NFL season. Landry has not missed a game in his NFL career.
Jedrick Wills Jr. (Left Tackle)
  • (April) With the tenth pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Cleveland Browns select Jedrick Wills Jr. offensive tackle from the University of Alabama.
Jordan Elliott
  • (April) With the 88th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Cleveland Browns select Jordan Elliott a defensive tackle from Missouri.
Myles Garrett (Defensive End)
  • (April) The Cleveland Browns exercised the fifth-year option on Myles Garrett’s keeping him under contract thru next season.
  • (February) The NFL reinstated #1 pick in the 2017 NFL draft Myles Garrett. He had been suspended indefinitely for tearing off Mason Rudolph’s helmet and hitting him in the head with it.
Coaches
  • (January) The Cleveland Browns name former Vikings offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski as the teams new head coach.
  • (January) The Browns hire Bill Callahan as their offensive line coach. He is considered one of the top O-Line coaches in the NFL. This could have a big positive impact on Cleveland’s running game including fantasy players Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt.
Kareem Hunt (Running Back)
  • (March) The Cleveland Browns extend a second round tender to running back Kareem Hunt.
  • (January) Kareem Hunt was stopped and cited for speeding in Ohio. The video footage on the police officers dash cam shows Hunt admitting during the traffic stop that he would not pass a NFL drug test. The officer also found and confiscated an open bottle of vodka and weed in Hunt‘s vehicle.
Odell Beckham Jr. (Wide Receiver)
  • (January) Odell Beckham Jr. underwent core surgery to repair a hip and groin injury.
  • (January) Beckham faced controversy after slapping a cop’s butt in the locker room celebration following LSU victory in the National Championship Game. An arrested warrant was issued, but later was rescinded.

Amari Cooper (Wide Receiver)
  • (March) The Cowboys re-sign Amari Cooper to a five-year $100 million deal with $60 million guaranteed. Making him the second-highest-paid wide receiver in the NFL.
Andy Dalton (Quarterback)
  • (May) Former Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton signs a one-year $7 million contract with the Cowboys to be their backup quarterback. $3 million is guaranteed.
Blake Jarwin (Tight End)
  • (March) Tight end Blake Jarwin resigns with the Dallas Cowboys on a four-year $24.25 million deal with $9.25 million in guarantees.
Byron Jones (Cornerback)
  • (March) Former Dallas Cowboys cornerback Byron Jones agrees to a five year $82.5 million deal with the Miami Dolphins. $57 million of the contract is guaranteed making him one of the highest paid cornerbacks in the NFL.
CeeDee Lamb (wide receiver)
  • (April) With the seventeenth pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Dallas Cowboys select University of Oklahoma wide receiver CeeDee Lamb.
Coaches
  • (January) The Cowboys fire Jason Garrett after nine years as head coach
  • (January) The Dallas Cowboys hire former Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy as the franchise’s next head coach. They will keep Kellen Moore as the teams offensive coordinator.
Dak Prescott (Quarterback)
  • (March) The Cowboys placed the exclusive franchise tag worth $33 million on quarterback Dak Prescott. Dallas has until the July 15 deadline to workout a multiyear contract. If they don’t he will play the 2020 NFL season under the franchise tag.
Jason Witten (Tight End)
  • (March) Former 38 year old Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten signed with the Las Vegas Raiders. It’s a one-year $4 million deal with $3.5 million guaranteed.
Neville Gallimore (Defensive Tackle)
  • (April) With the 82nd pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Dallas Cowboys select defensive tackle Neville Gallimore from Oklahoma.
Randall Cobb (Wide Receiver)
  • (March) Randall Cobb moves on from the Dallas Cowboys and signs a three-year $27 million deal with the Houston Texans.
Trevon Diggs (Cornerback)
  • (April) With the 51st pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Dallas Cowboys select cornerback Trevon Diggs from Alabama. He is the brother of Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stephon Diggs.

D’Andre Swift (Running Back)
  • (April) With the 35th pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Detroit Lions select running back D’Andre Swift from Georgia.
Danny Amendola (Wide Receiver)
  • (February) Danny Amendola resigns with the team on a one year deal.
Darius Slay (Cornerback)
  • (March) The Lions trade cornerback Darius Slay to the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for a third and fifth-round Draft pick.
Jeff Okudah (Cornerback)
  • (April) With the third pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Detroit Lions select cornerback Jeff Okudah from Ohio State.
Jonah Jackson (Offensive Guard)
  • (April) With the 75th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Detroit Lions select offensive guard Jonah Jackson from The Ohio State.
Julian Okwara (Defensive End)
  • (April) With the 67th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Detroit Lions select defensive end Julian Okwara from Notre Dame. His older brother Romeo Okwara also plays defensive end for the Detroit Lions.

A.J. Bouye (Cornerback)
  • (March) The Broncos trade a fourth-round draft pick for 2017 Pro Bowl cornerback A.J. Bouye. He is entering his eighth NFL season.
Coaches
  • (January) Broncos fire offensive coordinator Rich Scangarello.
  • (January) Former New York Giants head coach Pat Shurmur was hired as offensive coordinator for the Denver Broncos.
Drew Lock (Quarterback)
  • (April) Denver Broncos starting quarterback Drew Lock is one of the big winners I think from the 2020 NFL Draft. The Broncos went hard after offensive talent, drafting wide receivers Jerry Jeudy in the first & K.J. Hamler in the second round. These rookie additions matched with breakout Courtland Sutton, Philip Lindsay, Noah Fant, and newly acquired Melvin Gordon give Denver’s quarterback a lot of good options.
Jerry Jeudy (Wide Receiver)
  • (April) With the fifteenth pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Denver Broncos select University of Alabama wide receiver Jerry Jeudy. He was touted as the best route runner in this draft class.
K.J. Hamler (Wide Receiver)
  • With the 46th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Denver Broncos select wide receiver K.J. Hamler from Penn State.
Lloyd Cushenberry (Center)
  • (April) With the 83rd pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Denver Broncos select Lloyd Cushenberry a center from LSU.
McTelvin Agim (Defensive Tackle)
  • (April) With the 95th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Denver Broncos select defensive tackle McTelvin Agim from Arkansas.
Melvin Gordon (Running Back)
  • (March) The Denver Broncos sign former Los Angeles Chargers running back Melvin Gordon to a two year $16 million deal. $13.5 million of the contract is guaranteed.
Michael Ojemudia (Cornerback)
  • (April) With the 77th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Denver Broncos select cornerback Michael Ojemudia from Iowa.

NFL Green Bay Packers
AJ Dillion (Running Back)
  • (April) With the 62nd pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Green Bay Packers select running back AJ Dillon from Boston College.
Jordan Love (Quarterback)
  • (April) In a bizarre move, instead of taking a wide receiver with the 26th pick in the 2020 NFL draft, the Green Bay Packers select quarterback Jordan Love from Utah State University. Rumors are that “Green Bay selected Love in order to gain leverage with Aaron Rodgers.” Drama in Green Bay?
Josiah Deguara (Tight End)
  • (April) With the 94th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Green Bay Packers select tight end Josiah Deguara from Cincinnati.
Jimmy Graham (Tight End)
  • (March) The Packers release tight end Jimmy Graham. He then signs a two-year deal worth $16 million with the rival Chicago Bears. $9 million is guaranteed.

Brandin Cooks (Wide Receiver)
  • (April) In a trade the Texans acquire wide receiver Brandin Cooks and a 2022 fourth-round NFL draft pick from the Los Angeles Rams. The Rams get a 2020 second-round pick in the deal. Cooks is the second most traded player in NFL history. Houston is Cooks fourth team in his six-year NFL career. He is a riskier wide receiver pick in this upcoming fantasy season. It’s unknown how he will fit into the Texans offensive scheme, and he has a history of concussions.
David Johnson (Running Back)
  • (March) The Arizona Cardinals trade running back David Johnson, a second, and fourth round pick to the Houston Texans for wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins.
DeAndre Hopkins (Wide Receiver)
  • (March) Houston trades wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins to the Arizona Cardinals for running back David Johnson, a second, and fourth round pick. Reports are that Hopkins and head coach Bill O’Brien had their differences and Hopkins was upset with his current contract with the Texans.
DeShaun Watson (Quarterback)
  • (April) Houston has picked up quarterback DeShaun Watson’s fifth-year option.
Jonathan Greenard (Outside Linebacker)
  • (April) With the 90th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Houston Texans select Jonathan Greenard outside linebacker from Florida.
Randall Cobb (Wide Receiver)
  • (March) Former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Randall Cobb signs a three-year $27 million deal with the Houston Texans. $18.75 million is guaranteed.
Ross Blacklock (Defensive End)
  • (April) With the 40th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Houston Texans select defensive end Ross Blacklock from TCU.

DeForest Buckner (Defensive Tackle)
  • (March) The San Francisco 49ers trade defensive tackle DeForest Buckner to the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for a first round draft pick. Buckner and the Colts then reach a four-year deal worth $84 million with $39 million guaranteed.
Eric Ebron (Tight End)
  • (March) The Pittsburgh Steelers sign former Indianapolis Colts tight end Eric Ebron to a two-year $12 million contract.
Jonathan Taylor (Running Back)
  • (May) Head coach Frank Reich said about newly acquired running back Jonathan Taylor “With Jonathan into the mix, I really envision that it’ll be Jonathan and Marlon really being that one-two punch.” If you’re trying to reading the tea leaves, I think it will be a shared running back by committee this season, but clearly Taylor is the future with Mack in his last season under contract.
  • (April) With the 41st pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Colts select running back Jonathan Taylor from Wisconsin. Taylor put up some impressive numbers in college. Finishing his college career as the No. 6 all-time rusher in NCAA history. He was twice the winner of the “Doak Walker Award” given to the top running back in college football.
Julian Blackmon (Safety)
  • (April) With the 85th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Indianapolis Colts select safety Julian Blackmon from Utah.
Marlon Mack (Running Back)
  • (May) Head coach Frank Reich said about newly acquired running back Jonathan Taylor “With Jonathan into the mix, I really envision that it’ll be Jonathan and Marlon really being that one-two punch.” If you’re trying to reading the tea leaves, I think it will be a shared running back by committee this season, but clearly Taylor is the future with Mack in his last season under contract.
Michael Pittman Jr. (Wide Receiver)
  • (April) With the 34th pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Indianapolis Colts select wide reciver Michael Pittman Jr. from USC. His father Michael Pittman Sr. played running back in the NFL, and won Super Bowl XXXVII with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Philip Rivers (Quarterback)
  • (March) Indianapolis signs former Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers to a one year $25 million deal.
Trey Burton (Tight End)
  • (April) The Bears release tight end Trey Burton after signing Jimmy Graham. Burton then signs with the Indianapolis Colts. He is still recovering from offseason hip surgery to address a labrum injury, but is suppose to be ready for training camp.

A.J. Bouye (Cornerback)
  • (March) The Jaquars trade 2017 Pro Bowl cornerback A.J. Bouye to the Denver Broncos for a fourth-round draft pick.
Chris Thompson (Running Back)
  • (May) Former Redskins running back Chris Thompson signs a one-year deal with the Jaguars. Thompson, who is known as a phenomenal pass catching back, previously played the last five seasons with offensive coordinator Jay Gruden in Washington. This signing slightly decreases Leonard Fournette’s value in PPR leagues as he will likely not catch as many passes as last season.
C.J. Henderson (Cornerback)
  • (April) With the ninth pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Jacksonville Jaguars select cornerback C.J. Henderson from the University of Florida. Henderson was drafted by the Jaguars to fill the cornerback hole that was left when Jacksonville traded A.J. Bouye to Denver in March.
Coaches
  • (January) Jacksonville fires offensive coordinator John DeFilippo.
  • (January) Former Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden was hired as offensive coordinator for the Jaguars.
DaVon Hamilton (Defensive Tackle)
  • (April) With the 73rd pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Jacksonville Jaguars select defensive tackle DaVon Hamilton from The Ohio State.
Keelan Cole (Wide Receiver)
  • (March) The Jaguars extend a $3.25 million second round tender to wide receiver Keelan Cole.
K’Lavon Chaisson (Linebacker)
  • (April) With the 20th pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Jacksonville Jaguars select linebacker K’Lavon Chaisson from LSU.
Laviska Shenault (Wide Receiver)
  • (April) With the 42nd pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Jacksonville Jaguars select wide receiver Laviska Shenault from University of Colorado.
Leonard Fournette (Running Back)
  • (May) The Jaguars have signed former Redskins pass catching running back Chris Thompson. This signing is something to note because Thompson already has a repor with offensive coordinator Jay Gruden who he played five seasons for in Washington. It slightly decreases Leonard Fournette’s value in PPR leagues as he will likely not catch as many passes as last season with that work going to Thompson.
  • (May) Jacksonville has declined to pick up Leonard Fournette’s 5th year option, which means this is the last season he could play with the team. Their have been trade rumors around the NFL in April that the Jaguars were trying to move Fournette before the NFL draft.
Nick Foles (Quarterback)
  • (March) Jacksonville trades quarterback Nick Foles to the Chicago Bears for a compensatory fourth round draft pick.

Clyde Edwards-Helaire (Running Back)
  • (May) The Chiefs GM made some comments on his top two running backs that were interesting. He said “I certainly think it’s going to be a shared load. Damien has been in this offense for a long time and certainly has shown what he can do on that playoff run. The guy’s a really good pass protector [and] can catch the football. I mean, both these guys can run and catch and certainly Damien will come in as the starting running back and Clyde will have to come in here and compete for playing time, which we think he’ll do. But I think it will be a one-two punch.”
  • (April) With the 32nd pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Kansas City Chiefs select running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire from LSU. He was the first running back taken in the 2020 draft. For fantasy purposes, with Andy Reid’s running back history and the Kansas City offenses prowess, this is a great landing spot for Clyde Edwards-Helaire. He will be a top pick in dynasty rookie drafts this season. I think Damien Williams is going to be fighting for his starting job this season.
Damien Williams (Running Back)
  • (May) The Chiefs GM made some comments on this top two running backs that were interesting. He said “I certainly think it’s going to be a shared load. Damien has been in this offense for a long time and certainly has shown what he can do on that playoff run. The guy’s a really good pass protector [and] can catch the football. I mean, both these guys can run and catch and certainly Damien will come in as the starting running back and Clyde will have to come in here and compete for playing time, which we think he’ll do. But I think it will be a one-two punch.”
  • (April) Kansas City selects LSU running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire with the 32nd pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. He was the first running back taken in this draft. I don’t think this bodes well for Damien Williams value this season.
  • (March) The Chiefs sign running back Damien Williams to a two year extension worth $8.1 million.
Lucas Niang (Offensive Tackle)
  • (April) With the 96th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Kansas City Chiefs select Lucas Niang a offensive tackle from TCU.
Patrick Mahomes (Quarterback)
  • (April) The Chiefs pick up quarterback Patrick Mahomes fifth-year option.
  • (February) Mahomes wins the Super Bowl MVP award.
Ricky Seals-Jones (Tight End)
  • (April) The Chiefs sign tight end Ricky Seals-Jones.
Sammy Watkins (Wide Receiver)
  • (April) The Kansas City Chiefs have restructured wide receiver Sammy Watkins contract. His new deal will pay him $9 million this season with $7 million more in additional incentives. They also added a no trade clause to the contract.
Team
  • (February) The Chiefs win Super Bowl LIV defeating the San Francisco 49ers
Willie Gay Jr. (Linebacker)
  • (April) With the 63rd pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Kansas City Chiefs select linebacker Willie Gay Jr. from Mississippi State.

Bryan Edwards (Wide Receiver)
  • (April) With the 81st pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Las Vegas Raiders select wide receiver Bryan Edwards from South Carolina.
Damon Arnette (Cornerback)
  • (April) With the 19th pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Las Vegas Raiders select cornerback Damon Arnette from The Ohio State.
Henry Ruggs (Wide Receiver)
  • (April) With the twelfth pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Las Vegas Raiders select University of Alabama wide receiver Henry Ruggs. Ruggs is the first ever official draft selection of the Las Vegas Raiders.
Jalen Richard (Running Back)
  • (February) The Las Vegas Raiders have agreed to a two-year contract extension with running back Jalen Richard worth $8 million with $4.6 million guaranteed. Richard’s involvement in the offense could cut into Josh Jacobs lead running back role.
Jason Witten (Tight End)
  • (March) The Raiders have signed 38 year old former Dallas Cowboy tight end Jason Witten to a one-year $4 million deal with $3.5 million guaranteed.
Lynn Bowden Jr. (Running Back)
  • (April) With the 80th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Las Vegas Raiders select versatile running back/wide receiver Lynn Bowden Jr. from Kentucky.
Marcus Mariota (Quarterback)
  • (March) The Las Vegas Raiders signed former Tennessee Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota to a two-year deal worth $17.6 million with $7.5 million guaranteed. The contract has loads of incentives that could make the max value of the deal $37.5 million.
Nelson Agholor (Wide Receiver)
  • (March) Former Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Nelson Agholor signs a one-year contract with the Raiders for $1.0475 million.
Prince (Cornerback)
  • (May) The Raiders sign former Chicago Bears starting cornerback Prince Amukamara.
Tanner Muse (Linebacker)
  • (April) With the 100th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Las Vegas Raiders select linebacker Tanner Muse from Clemson.

Austin Ekeler (Running Back)
  • (March) The Chargers sign running back Austin Ekeler to a four year $24.5 million contract.
Chris Harris Jr. (Cornerback)
  • (March) Former Denver Bronco four-time Pro Bowl cornerback Chris Harris Jr. signs a two-year $20 million deal with the rival Chargers.
Justin Herbert (Quarterback)
  • (April) With the sixth pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Los Angeles Chargers select University of Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert.
Kenneth Murray (Linebacker)
  • (April) The New England Patriots trade the 23rd pick in the 2020 NFL draft to the Los Angeles Chargers, and they select linebacker Kenneth Murray from the University of Oklahoma.
Melvin Gordon (Running Back)
  • (March) Former Los Angeles Chargers running back Melvin Gordon signs a two year $16 million deal with division rival Denver Broncos.
Mike Williams (Wide Receiver)
  • (April) The Chargers pick up wide receiver Mike Williams fifth-year option.
Philip Rivers (Quarterback)
  • (March) Former Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers signs a one year $25 million deal with the Indianapolis Colts.
  • (February) The Chargers have decided to move on from 38 year old quarterback Philip Rivers after 16 seasons with the organization.
Trai Turner (Guard)
  • (March) Carolina Panthers trade Pro Bowl guard Trai Turner to the Chargers for Pro Bowl left tackle Russell Okung. They essentially swap offensive lineman.

Brandin Cooks (Wide Receiver)
  • (April) The Rams trade wide receiver Brandin Cooks and a 2022 NFL fourth-round draft pick to the Houston Texans. In exchange the Rams get a 2020 second-round pick.
Cam Akers (Running Back)
  • (April) With the 52nd pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Los Angeles Rams select running back Cam Akers from Florida State. Since the Rams released Todd Gurley, Akers is likely part of the equation to replace Gurley’s production. There is a very clear path to playing time right away for Akers, which makes him an interesting fantasy prospect this season.
Coaches
  • (February) The Los Angeles Rams hire Kevin O’Connell as their new offensive coordinator. O’Connell was previously the offensive coordinator with the Washington Redskins. He replaces Head Coach Sean McVay as the OC for the Rams. It’s unclear at this time if McVay will truly relinquish the play calling duties or if it’s just a title.
  • (February) The Rams hire Brandon Staley to replace Wade Phillips as their new defensive coordinator. He previously worked under Vic Fangio staff with the Chicago Bears & Denver Broncos.
  • (February) Los Angeles hires John Bonamego as their new special teams coordinator. He has coached in the NFL for over 17 years, and served as the special teams coordinator for the Jacksonville Jaguars, Green Bay Packers, New Orleans Saints, Miami Dolphins, and most recently Detroit Lions.
  • (February) The Rams have promoted Sophie Luoto to Director of Football Operations making her the highest position held by a woman in the Rams organization’s history.
  • (January) After a disappointing season the Los Angeles Rams fire defensive coordinator Wade Phillips.
Terrell Burgess (Safety)
  • (April) With the 104th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Los Angeles Rams select safety Terrell Burgess from Utah.
Terrell Lewis (Outside Linebacker)
  • (April) With the 84th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Los Angeles Rams select outside linebacker Terrell Lewis from Alabama.
Todd Gurley (Running Back)
  • (March) The Los Angeles Rams cut running back Todd Gurley. He signs a one year deal with the Atlanta Falcons worth $6 million.
Van Jefferson (Wide Receiver)
  • (April) With the 57th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Los Angeles Rams select wide receiver Van Jefferson from Florida. Van’s dad Shawn Jefferson played wide receiver in the NFL and is currently the assistant head coach offense/wide receivers coach for the NY Jets.

Austin Jackson (Offensive Tackle)
  • (April) With the eighteenth pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Miami Dolphins select offensive tackle Austin Jackson from the University of Southern California.

Brandon Jones (Safety)

  • (April) With the 70th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Miami Dolphins select safety Brandon Jones from Texas.
Byron Jones (Cornerback)
  • (March) Former Dallas Cowboys cornerback Byron Jones agrees to a five year $82.5 million deal with the Miami Dolphins. $57 million of the contract is guaranteed making him one of the highest paid cornerbacks in the NFL.
Jordan Howard (Running Back)
  • (March) Former Philadelphia Eagles running back Jordan Howard signs a two year $10 million deal with the Miami Dolphins.
Matt Breida (Running Back)
  • (April) In a trade the Miami Dolphins acquire running back Matt Breida from the San Francisco 49ers in exchange for a 2020 NFL fifth round draft pick.
Noah Igbinoghene (Cornerback)
  • (April) With the 30th pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Miami Dolphins select cornerback Noah Igbinoghene from the Auburn University.
Raekwon Davis (Defensive Tackle)
  • (April) With the 56th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Miami Dolphins select defensive tackle Raekwon Davis from Alabama.
Robert Hunt (Guard)
  • (April) With the 39th pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Miami Dolphins select guard Robert Hunt from Louisiana.
Tua Tagovailoa (Quarterback)
  • (April) With the fifth pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Miami Dolphins select University of Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa.

Cameron Dantzler (Cornerback)
  • (April) With the 89th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Minnesota Vikings select cornerback Cameron Dantzler from Mississippi State.
Coaches
  • (January) Vikings officially name Gary Kubiak as their offensive coordinator.
  • (January) Minnesota announces Andre Patterson and Adam Zimmer as co-defensive coordinators.
Ezra Cleveland (Offensive Tackle)
  • (April) With the 58th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Minnesota Vikings select offensive tackle Ezra Cleveland from Boise State.
Jeff Gladney (Cornerback)
  • (April) With the 31st pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Minnesota Vikings select Jeff Gladney cornerback from TCU.
Justin Jefferson (Wide Receiver)
  • (April) With the 22nd pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Minnesota Vikings select Justin Jefferson wide receiver from LSU. The Vikings will look to Jefferson to fill the hole left by trading Stefon Diggs to the Buffalo Bills in March.
Stefon Diggs (Wide Receiver)
  • (March) Minnesota trades Stefon Diggs to the Buffalo Bills for a first, fifth, sixth, and seventh-round pick in the 2020 NFL draft along with a 2021 fourth-round pick.

Anfernee Jennings (Outside Linebacker)
  • (April) With the 87th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the New England Patriots select outside linebacker Anfernee Jennings from Alabama.
Brian Hoyer (Quarterback)
  • (March) The Patriots sign quarterback Brian Hoyer to a one-year $1.05 million deal with $2 million in additional incentives. After the departure of Tom Brady, Hoyer will compete with Jarrett Stidham for the QB starting job.
Dalton Keene (Tight End)
  • (April) With the 101st pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the New England Patriots select tight end Dalton Keene from Virginia Tech.
Devin Asiasi (Tight End)
  • (April) With the 91st pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Patriots select tight end Devin Asiasi from UCLA.
Josh Uche (Linebacker)
  • (April) With the 60th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the New England Patriots select linebacker Josh Uche from University of Michigan.
Julian Edelman (Wide Receiver)
  • (January) Julian Edelman was arrested in Beverly Hills on vandalism charges.
Kyle Dugger (Safety)
  • (April) With the 37th pick in the 2020 NFL draft the New England Patriots select safety Kyle Dugger from Lenoir-Rhyne University.
Marqise Lee (Wide Receiver)
  • (April) The Patriots sign former Jacksonville wide receiver Marqise Lee to a one-year $1 million deal.
Rob Gronkowski (Tight End)
  • (April) In a surprise move New England trades retired tight end Rob Gronkowski and a seventh-round NFL draft pick to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in exchange for a fourth-round pick. Gronkowski will come out of retirement to play with quarterback Tom Brady for Tampa Bay.
Tom Brady (Quarterback)
  • (March) Legendary 42 year old quarterback Tom Brady leaves the New England Patriots after 20 seasons to sign with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He played in 9 Super Bowls with the Patriots winning 6.

Adam Trautman (Tight End)
  • (April) With the 105th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Saints select tight end Adam Trautman from Dayton.
Cesar Ruiz (Center)
  • (April) With the 24th pick in the 2020 NFL draft the New Orleans Saints select center Cesar Ruiz from the University of Michigan.
Drew Brees (Quarterback)
  • (February) Brees announced he will return to the New Orleans Saints for the 2020 NFL season.
Emmanuel Sanders (Wide Receiver)
  • (March) Former San Francisco wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders signs a two-year $16 million deal with the Saints. He’ll be the number two wide receiver behind star Michael Thomas.
Jameis Winston (Quarterback)
  • (April) New Orleans signs another backup quarterback former Tampa Bay Buccaneer Jameis Winston to a one-year deal.
Taysom Hill (Quarterback)
  • (April) The ESPN platform has removed Taysom Hill from the quarterback designation, and listed him as tight end/flex eligible. It will be interesting if other fantasy football sites follow suit.
  • (April) The Saints sign backup quarterback Taysom Hill to a two-year $21 million contract extension with $16 million guaranteed. Hill is the likely quarterback successor to Drew Brees if he retires after this season.
  • (March) The New Orleans Saints extend a $5 million first-round tender to quarterback Taysom Hill. Some consider him to be Drew Brees replacement when he retires, and future franchise quarterback of the Saints.
Teddy Bridgewater (Quarterback)
  • (March) Former New Orleans Saints backup quarterback Teddy Bridgewater signs a 3 year $63 million deal with the Carolina Panthers. $40 million is guaranteed over the next two seasons. Taysom Hill is now considered the backup quarterback to Drew Brees.
Ty Montgomery (Running Back)
  • (May) The Saints sign running back Ty Montgomery.
Zack Baun (Outside Linebacker)
  • (April) With the 74th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Saints select outside linebacker Zack Baun from Wisconsin.

Andrew Thomas (Offensive Tackle)
  • (April) With the fourth pick in the 2020 NFL draft the New York Giants select offensive tackle Andrew Thomas from the University of Georgia.
Coaches
  • (January) The New York Giants hire Joe Judge as their 19th head coach. Judge has been coaching with the New England Patriots for the last 8 seasons. In 2019 he served as the Patriots special teams coordinator and wide receivers coach.
  • (January) The New York Giants hire former Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett as their new offensive coordinator.
  • (January) Former Cleveland Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens has been hired as the New York Giants tight end coach.
DeAndre Baker (Cornerback)
  • (May) Giants cornerback DeAndre Baker was arrested. He was charged with four counts of armed robbery with a firearm and four counts of aggravated assault with a firearm. Giants management have told Baker to not attend team activities and focus on his legal problems.
Dion Lewis (Running Back)
  • (March) Former Tennessee Titans running back Dion Lewis signs a one-year deal with the Giants to backup star running back Saquon Barkley.
Eli Manning (Quarterback)
  • (January) Quarterback Eli Manning announces his retirement from football after 16 NFL seasons.
Evan Engram (Tight End)
  • (April) The Giants pick up tight end Evan Engram’s fifth-year option.
Matt Peart (Offensive Tackle)
  • (April) With the 99th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the New York Giants select offensive tackle Matt Peart from University of Connecticut.
Xavier McKinney (Safety)
  • (April) With the 36th pick in the 2020 NFL draft the New York Giants select safety Xavier McKinney from Alabama.

Ashtyn Davis (Safety)
  • (April) With the 68th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the NY Jets select safety Ashtyn Davis from California.
Denzel Mims (Wide Receiver)
  • (April) With the 59th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the New York Jets select Denzel Mims wide receiver from Baylor.
Frank Gore (Running Back)
  • (May) The ageless wonder running back Frank Gore signs a one-year deal with the Jets. This will be Gore’s 16th season in the NFL. He will backup RB starter Le’Veon Bell.
Jabari Zuniga (Defensive End)
  • (April) With the 79th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the New York Jets select defensive end Jabari Zuniga from Florida.
Jamison Crowder (Wide Receiver)
  • (March) After four season with the Washington Redskins wide receiver Jamison Crowder signs a 3 year $28.5 million deal with the New York Jets. $17 million is guaranteed.
Joe Flacco (Quarterback)
  • (May) The Jets sign quarterback Joe Flacco to a one-year deal to be Sam Darnold’s backup.
Josh Doctson (Wide Receiver)
  • (February) The Jets sign former Washington Redskin wide receiver Josh Doctson.
Mekhi Becton (Offensive Tackle)
  • (April) With the eleventh pick in the 2020 NFL draft the New York Jets select Mekhi Becton offensive tackle from the University of Louisville.
Robby Anderson (Wide Receiver)
  • (March) Former New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson agreed to a two-year $20 million deal with the Carolina Panthers.

Coaches
  • (January) Philadelphia fires offensive coordinator Mike Groh and wide receivers coach Carson Walch. The firing came a day after Eagles head coach Doug Pederson said in a press conference that both coaches would come back for the 2020 NFL season.
  • (February) Philadelphia head coach Doug Pederson will continue to call the plays for the team and the Eagles won’t hire an offensive coordinator.
Darius Slay (Cornerback)
  • (March) The Detroit Lions trade cornerback Darius Slay to Philadelphia in exchange for a third and fifth-round draft pick. Slay and the Eagles then reach a three-year deal worth $50 million with $30 million guaranteed. Darius Slay is now the highest paid cornerback in the NFL. Hopefully this helps sure up the Philadelphia’s horrible pass defense from last season. It could make for a difficult landscape for wide receiver in the NFC East for the next couple of seasons.
Davion Taylor (Outside Linebacker)
  • (April) With the 103rd pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Philadelphia Eagles select Davion Taylor from University of Colorado.
Jalen Hurts (Quarterback)
  • (April) With the 53rd pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Philadelphia Eagles select quarterback Jalen Hurts from Oklahoma.
Jalen Reagor (Wide Receiver)
  • (April) With the 21st pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Philadelphia Eagles select wide receiver Jalen Reagor from TCU. His father, Montae Reagor, played 9 seasons in the NFL as a defensive tackle including winning a Super Bowl with the Indianapolis Colts.
Jordan Howard (Running Back)
  • (March) Former Philadelphia Eagles running back Jordan Howard signs a two year $10 million deal with the Miami Dolphins.
Marquise Goodwin (Wide Receiver)
  • (April) In a trade the Philadelphia Eagles acquire wide receiver Marquise Goodwin from the San Francisco 49ers in exchange for a higher 2020 NFL sixth round draft pick.
Nelson Agholor (Wide Receiver)
  • (March) Former Eagles wide receiver Nelson Agholor signs a one-year contract with the Las Vegas Raiders for $1.0475 million.
Zach Ertz (Tight End)
  • (March) The Eagles pick up tight end Zach Ertz contract thru 2021.

Alex Highsmith (Outside Linebacker)
  • (April) With the 102nd pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Pittsburgh Steelers select outside linebacker Alex Highsmith from Charlotte.
Anthony McFarland Jr. (Running Back)
  • (April) With the 124th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Pittsburgh Steelers select running back Anthony McFarland Jr. from Maryland. McFarland is an explosive player. The Pittsburgh offense is a great landing spot for the rookie. He will be a complimentary running back to James Conner.
Chase Claypool (Wide Receiver)
  • (April) With the 49th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Pittsburgh Steelers select wide receiver Chase Claypool from Notre Dame.
Eric Ebron (Tight End)
  • (March) The Steelers sign former Indianapolis Colts tight end Eric Ebron to a two-year $12 million contract. He will battle it out with Vance McDonald for the starting tight end job.

Brandon Aiyuk (Wide Receiver)
  • (April) With the 25th pick in the 2020 NFL draft the San Francisco 49ers select wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk from Arizona State University.
DeForest Buckner (Defensive Tackle)
  • (March) The San Francisco 49ers trade defensive tackle DeForest Buckner to the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for a first round draft pick.
Emmanuel Sanders (Wide Receiver)
  • (March) Former 49ers wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders signs a two-year $16 million deal with the New Orleans Saints.
Javon Kinlaw (Defensive Tackle)
  • (April) With the fourteenth pick in the 2020 NFL draft the San Francisco 49ers select Javon Kinlaw defensive tackle from the University of South Carolina.
Marquise Goodwin (Wide Receiver)
  • (April) The San Francisco 49ers traded wide receiver Marquise Goodwin to the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for a higher 2020 NFL sixth round draft pick.
Matt Breida (Running Back)
  • (April)  The 49ers trade running back Matt Breida to the Miami Dolphins in exchange for a 2020 NFL fifth round draft pick.
Tevin Coleman (Running Back)
  • (January) Tevin Coleman suffers a dislocated shoulder in the NFC Championship game.
Trent Williams (Offensive Tackle)
  • (April) The San Francisco 49ers acquire offensive tackle Trent Williams in a trade with the Washington Redskins in exchange for a 2020 NFL fifth-round and 2021 third round draft picks.

Carlos Hyde (Running Back)
  • (May) The Seahawks sign running back Carlos Hyde to a one-year deal worth up to $4 million in incentives. Hyde is still recovering from shoulder surgery he had in February, but is expected to be ready for the start of the regular season.
Damien Lewis (Guard)
  • (April) With the 69th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Seattle Seahawks select guard Damien Lewis from LSU.
Darrell Taylor (Defensive End)
  • (April) With the 48th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Seattle Seahawks select Darrell Taylor a defensive end from University of Tennessee.
D.J. Fluker (Guard)
  • (April) The Seahawks release starting right guard D.J. Fluker.
Greg Olsen (Tight End)
  • (February) Seattle signs tight end Greg Olsen to a one year deal paying him $7 million with $5.5 million guaranteed.
Jacob Hollister (Tight End)
  • (March) The Seahawks extend a $3.25 million second round tender to tight end Jacob Hollister.
Jordan Brooks (Linebacker)
  • (April) With the 27th pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Seattle Seahawks select linebacker Jordan Brooks from Texas Tech University.
Quinton Dunbar (Cornerback)
  • (May) Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar was arrested. He was charged with four counts of armed robbery.
Rashaad Penny (Running Back)
  • (February) Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Rashaad Penny is likely to start training camp on the PUP List. Penny torn his ACL last season in Week 14 and is recovering from surgery to repair it.

Antoine Winfield Jr. (Safety)
  • (April) With the 45th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Tampa Bay Buccaneers select safety Antoine Winfield Jr. from Minnesota. His dad is former three time NFL Pro Bowl cornerback Antoine Winfield Sr.
Jameis Winston (Quarterback)
  • (April) The New Orleans Saints sign another backup quarterback former Tampa Bay Buccaneer Jameis Winston to a one-year deal.
  • (March) With the signing of former New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, Tampa Bay released Jameis Winston making him a free agent.
  • (February) Jameis Winston had his knee scoped to repair a torn meniscus. He also underwent Lasik eye surgery to correct his nearsightedness. He lead the NFL last season in interceptions thrown with 30. Only time will tell if this change in eye sight makes a difference in play.
  • (January) Winston is reported being seen in a full cast on his right hand. He injured his right thumb during the 2019 regular season.
Ke’Shawn Vaughn (Running Back)
  • (April) With the 76th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Tampa Bay Buccaneers select running back Ke’Shawn Vaughn from Vanderbilt.
O.J. Howard (Tight End)
  • (April) Tampa Bay picks up tight end O.J. Howard’s fifth-year option.
Peyton Barber (Running Back)
  • (March) The Washington Redskins sign former Buccaneers running back Peyton Barber to a two-year deal worth up to $3 million in incentives.
Rob Gronkowski (Tight End)
  • (April) In a surprise move the New England Patriots trade retired tight end Rob Gronkowski and a seventh-round NFL draft pick to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in exchange for a fourth-round pick. Gronkowski will come out of retirement to play with quarterback Tom Brady for Tampa Bay.
Tom Brady (Quarterback)
  • (March) Legendary 42 year old quarterback Tom Brady leaves the New England Patriots after 20 seasons to sign with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He played in 9 Super Bowls with the Patriots winning 6.
Tristan Wirfs (Offensive Tackle)
  • (April) The San Francisco 49ers traded their pick to Tampa Bay, and with the thirteenth pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Buccaneers select offensive tackle Tristan Wirfs from the University of Iowa.

Corey Davis (Wide Receiver)
  • (May) The Titans have declined to pick up Corey Davis 5th year option.
Darrynton Evans (Running Back)
  • (April) With the 93rd pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Tennessee Titans select running back Darrynton Evans from Appalachian State. He will be used to replace Dion Lewis who the Titans released in March. Evans will likely come in for Derrick Henry on third downs.
Derrick Henry (Running Back)
  • (March) Tennessee places the non-exclusive $10 million franchise tag on last seasons NFL rushing leader Derrick Henry.
Delanie Walker (Tight End)
  • (March) The Titans have released tight end Delanie Walker after seven seasons with the team.
Dion Lewis (Running Back)
  • (March) The Tennessee Titans release running back Dion Lewis after two seasons. Lewis then signs a one-year deal with the New York Giants to backup star running back Saquon Barkley.
Isaiah Wilson (Offensive Tackle)
  • (April) With the 29th pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Tennessee Titans select offensive tackle Isaiah Wilson from the University of Georgia.
Jack Conklin (Right Tackle)
  • (March) Former Tennessee Titans right tackle Jack Conklin signs a three-year deal with the Cleveland Browns worth $42 million. The loss of Conklin could have a negative impact on the Titans running game and Derrick Henry.
Kristian Fulton (Cornerback)
  • (April) With the 61st pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Tennessee Titans select cornerback Kristian Fulton from LSU.
Marcus Mariota (Quarterback)
  • (March) Former Tennessee Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota signs a two-year contract with the Las Vegas Raiders worth $17.6 million with $7.5 million guaranteed.
Ryan Tannehill (Quarterback)
  • (March) The Titans sign quarterback Ryan Tannehill to a 4 year extension worth $118 million with $62 million guaranteed.

Antonio Gibson (Wide Receiver/Running Back)
  • (April) With the 66th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft the Washington Redskins select Antonio Gibson who plays both wide receiver & running back from Memphis.
Chase Young (Defensive End)
  • (April) With the second pick in the 2020 NFL draft the Washington Redskins select Chase Young a defensive end from Ohio State.
Coaches
  • (January) Washington hires fired Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera as their next head coach.
Adrian Peterson (Running Back)
  • (February) The Washington Redskins have exercise their 2020 option on 35 year old running back Adrian Peterson’s contract. Peterson will make $2.3 million in 2020.
Case Keenum (Quarterback)
  • (March) Former Washington Redskin quarterback Case Keenum signs a 3 year $18 million contract with the Cleveland Browns.
Jamison Crowder (Wide Receiver)
  • (March) After four season with the Redskins wide receiver Jamison Crowder signs a 3 year $28.5 million deal with the New York Jets.
Jordan Reed (Tight End)
  • (February) Tight end Jordan Reed was cleared from the concussion protocol after missing the entire 2019 NFL regular season. The next day the Redskins released the tight end.
Josh Norman (Cornerback)
  • (February) The Redskins release cornerback Josh Norman after four seasons with the team.
Kyle Allen (Quarterback)
  • (March) The Panthers trade quarterback Kyle Allen to the Washington Redskins for a fifth-round NFL draft pick.
Peyton Barber (Running Back)
  • (March) The Redskins sign former Tampa Bay running back Peyton Barber to a two-year deal worth up to $3 million in incentives.
Trent Williams (Offensive Tackle)
  • (April) The Washington Redskins trade offensive tackle Trent Williams to the San Francisco 49ers in exchange for a 2020 NFL fifth-round and 2021 third round draft picks.
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