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  • 3/1, 4:28 pm
    • The Raiders will release Woodley, ...

      The Raiders will release Woodley, reports.

      Analysis: A torn bicep cut Woodley's 2014 campaign short, with the DE -- who signed a two-year, $12 million deal with Oakland last offseason -- having recorded just five tackles in six games as a Raider.

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  • 3/1, 3:59 pm
    • Chandler finished the 2014 season with...

      Chandler finished the 2014 season with 47 catches on 70 targets for 497 yards and three scores.

      Analysis: Former coach Doug Marrone and coordinator Nathaniel Hackett never really figured out how to use the big Chandler effectively in the red zone, and he put up just five TD catches combined the last two seasons after having six each in 2011 and 2012. The Bills had a pretty poor offense in 2014, and there's talk about the team either drafting or picking up a more explosive tight end for new coach Rex Ryan and coordinator Greg Roman to go with rising wideout Sammy Watkins. We'll see if the Bills improve the position, but if they do it would mean Chandler's dull fantasy line would be primed to move farther off the radar.

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  • 3/1, 9:49 am
    • Riddick is a breakout candidate after...

      Riddick is a breakout candidate after Reggie Bush was released this past Wednesday, the Detroit Free Press reports.

      Analysis: Riddick played mostly as an injury fill-in for Bush in 2014. He caught 34 passes for 316 yards but was used sparingly in the running game. Lions Head coach Jim Caldwell said at the NFL combine last week that Riddick is ready for an expanded role this fall as the team views him as a good runner as well. Keep an eye on whether or not the Lions draft a running back this year and how Riddick looks in training camp, as he could be a sleeper breakout candidate in 2015, especially if presumed starter Joique Bell were to go down at all.

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  • 3/1, 6:28 am
    • Cowboys executive VP Stephen Jones indicated...

      Cowboys executive VP Stephen Jones indicated on Saturday that Murray would be allowed to test free agency, the Dallas Morning News reports. "There is an expectation that he will get back to us before he signs with another club," Jones said. "There's a hope that he would. But that would be unfair to him and for other clubs to say he's going to bring something back. We hope we get to visit with him. We'll see what happens."

      Analysis: There's still time for the Cowboys and Murray to reach an agreement on a contract before free agency officially begins, but all signs point to the club letting Murray test the market. Coming off a career season, he should command a hefty payday, and if he doesn't return to Dallas they should have plenty of options to replace him in a draft class loaded with running backs.

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    2/28, 8:20 pm
    • Cowboys executive VP Stephen Jones confirmed...

      Cowboys executive VP Stephen Jones confirmed Saturday that the team has informed Bryant's agent that it will use the franchise tag on the receiver prior to Monday's deadline,'s Todd Archer reports.

      Analysis: While the franchise designation likely won't please Bryant, owner Jerry Jones indicated during the NFL Combine earlier in February that such a move would likely only be a "placeholder" until player and team come to terms on a more lucrative long-term contract. With at least 85 catches, 1,200 yards, and 12 touchdowns in each of the last three seasons while not missing a single game, Bryant has firmly established himself as one of the elite talents at his position. He won't turn 27 until November and should have a few prime years left in him.

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