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1.Mason Foster: Cut by Washington (RotoWire) The Redskins are cutting Foster, JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington reports. Analysis: Foster recorded 131 tackles (81 solo), two interceptions and one sack last season, logging 1,014 defensive snaps as a 16-game starter. His struggles in coverage may have inspired this decision, with Washington turning to younger alternatives -- Shaun Dion Hamilton, Josh Harvey-Clemons, Jon Bostic, Cole Holcomb -- to compete for playing time at inside linebacker. The group should produce at least one player with IDP utility, as fellow inside 'backer Reuben Foster (knee) will miss the entire season.2 minutes
2.Redskins release veteran ILB Mason Foste... (Rotoworld) Redskins released ILB Mason Foster.32 minutes
3.Ezekiel Elliott: Still deciding on holdout (RotoWire) Elliott hasn't made a final decision on holding out from training camp, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Analysis: With training camp set to begin Friday, the Cowboys still need to hammer out deals for Elliott, Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper. The latter two are entering contract seasons, while the running back is under team control through 2020 via the fifth-year option on his rookie contract. Elliott will lose an accrued season toward free agency if he doesn't report by Aug. 6, though it would become a moot point as soon as he signed a long-term contract. The Cowboys may be hesitant to extend Elliott before they finish deals for P... (More)1 day
4.Lockett projects as a full-time slot rec... (Rotoworld) The Seattle Times' Bob Condotta believes the Seahawks will start the season with Tyler Lockett, David Moore, and Jaron Brown in three-receiver sets. Analysis: Seattle used three of their 11 picks in April on wide receivers, including D.K. Metcalf in the second, Gary Jennings in the fourth, and trading back into the seventh-round for Hawaii slot-specialist John Ursua. Although Moore or Brown may lose out to one of the younger prospects in camp, Lockett is essentially guaranteed full-time run in the slot from day one. The battle for Seattle's WR2-job is worth monitoring in August despite t... (More)2 days
5.PFT: Zeke planning travel over attending... (Rotoworld) ProFootballTalk's Mike Florio reports Ezekiel Elliott is planning for a trip out of the country. Analysis: A lot could change in the next week, but it's beginning to sound as if Zeke will assuredly hold out into camp unless he receives a new deal. August 6 remains the looming date to monitor as Elliott would give up an accrued season toward free agency if he fails to report by that time, inching closer to becoming a restricted free agent rather than an unrestricted one on the open market following the 2020 season. The Cowboys open camp on July 27.2 days
6.Ezekiel Elliott: Weighing options for holdout (RotoWire) Elliott is weighing his options for a potential holdout but hasn't made a final decision, Charles Robinson of Yahoo! Sports reports. Analysis: A prolonged holdout would put the most pressure on the Cowboys, but Elliott would lose an accrued season towards free agency if he doesn't report to training camp by Aug. 6. The relationship between team and player reportedly remains cordial, albeit with the complication of Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper entering contract seasons. Elliott doesn't seem to be the immediate priority, as he's under team control through 2020 via the fifth-year option on his rookie contract. Discussions with Elliott s... (More)7 days
7.Zeke must report by Aug 6 for accrued se... (Rotoworld) Yahoo's Charles Robinson reports Ezekiel Elliott must report to camp by August 6 in order to receive an accrued season toward free agency. Analysis: Elliott is currently scheduled to be an unrestricted free agent after the 2020 season, but that would not be the case if he fails to gain at least one accrued season before then. Elliott could get the all-important fourth accrued season next year, but holding out deep into camp this time would prevent him from doing the same in his contract season. Robinson believes Elliott will ultimately decide against holding out.7 days