Washington has until July to reach an agreement with the quarterback or he'll play a second year under the franchise tag.
PFF Fantasy editor Daniel Kelley highlights the takeaways from Saturday, including good early reports for a top draft pick.
If you can get a starter late in a fantasy football draft, your team has a head start. Dan Clasgens identifies five possibilities.
Scott Barrett winds up his run through the 2017 strength of schedule by looking at the top and bottom tight end situations.
For dynasty players, George Kritikos counts down his top six dynasty options eligible to enter the NFL in 2018.
Dante Fowler lost his rookie season to an injury almost as soon as he stepped on an NFL field, so 2017 may be the first ...
The Washington cornerback says he's "letting all hell break loose" against his big-name division mates in 2017.
The ex-Minnesota running back heads to Detroit after hitting free agency. PFF looks at where his strengths are.
Jacksonville's first-round draft pick came into the league with questions about his pass-catching, but reports are positive so far.
The New England tight end missed most of the 2016 season to injury, but is reportedly ready to go for the 2017 season.
The defensive end has struggled to meet expectations over his three seasons in the league, and could be a roster casualty.
The move appears to signal a commitment to the team's starting right tackle, who is entering his seventh season with the job.
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