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Week 15
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D MIA D/ST MIA $4,800 SALARY 5.0x VALUE 24.0 FP
RB C. McCaffrey SF $10,500 SALARY 3.7x VALUE 39.2 FP
TE D. Njoku CLE $6,200 SALARY 3.5x VALUE 21.4 FP
WR C. Godwin TB $6,100 SALARY 3.4x VALUE 20.5 FP
QB B. Mayfield TB $6,900 SALARY 4.2x VALUE 29.0 FP
WR D. Moore TB $4,000 SALARY 3.5x VALUE 13.8 FP
WR T. McLaurin WSH $6,700 SALARY 3.5x VALUE 23.1 FP
WR J. Waddle MIA $7,000 SALARY 3.5x VALUE 24.2 FP
RB J. Cook BUF $7,200 SALARY 4.9x VALUE 35.1 FP
      $59,400 TOTAL
SALARY
  230.3 TOTAL
FP
D MIA D/ST MIA $4,000 SALARY 6.0x VALUE 24.0 FP
TE H. Henry NE $3,200 SALARY 6.1x VALUE 19.6 FP
RB C. McCaffrey SF $9,300 SALARY 4.8x VALUE 44.7 FP
TE D. Njoku CLE $4,700 SALARY 6.3x VALUE 29.4 FP
WR C. Godwin TB $5,900 SALARY 4.8x VALUE 28.5 FP
WR N. Brown HOU $5,000 SALARY 4.4x VALUE 22.2 FP
QB B. Mayfield TB $5,700 SALARY 5.8x VALUE 33.0 FP
WR T. McLaurin WSH $5,600 SALARY 5.2x VALUE 29.1 FP
RB J. Cook BUF $6,300 SALARY 6.2x VALUE 39.1 FP
      $49,700 TOTAL
SALARY
  269.6 TOTAL
FP
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Vikings release Alexander Mattison

Minnesota Vikings running back Alexander Mattison will be released by the team, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

What It Means:

According to Schefter, Minnesota informed Mattison on Thursday that they will be releasing him. Mattison, who signed a two-year deal with the Vikings last offseason, will now become a free agent. Ty Chandler could step into a larger role for the Vikings moving forward.

Last season, Mattison recorded 180 rushing attempts for 700 rushing yards and caught 30 of 44 targets for 192 receiving yards and 3 receiving touchdowns.

Garafolo: Commanders will release tight end Logan Thomas

According to Mike Garafolo, the Washington Commanders will release tight end Logan Thomas.

What It Means:

After four seasons with Washington, the Commanders will move on from Thomas in order to save $6.5 million of cap space. Expect the veteran to find a pass catching role with another team after he logged 90.7% route participation percentage last season.

On 76 targets in 2023, Thomas ranked 46th among his position with a 57.1 Pro Football Focus rating while accounting for 55 receptions for 496 yards and four touchdowns.

Schefter: Falcons will release tight end Jonnu Smith

According to Adam Schefter, the Atlanta Falcons will release tight end Jonnu Smith.

What It Means:

After playing just one season with Atlanta, Smith will head into free agency and attempt to join his fourth career team. Expect Smith to play a potential backup role for his new team while the Falcons will hopefully utilize Kyle Pitts with a full-time offensive snap percentage under their new coaching staff.

On 69 targets last season, Smith ranked 38th among tight ends with a 59.1 Pro Football Focus rating while accounting for 50 receptions for 582 yards and three touchdowns.

Bengals use franchise tag for wideout Tee Higgins

The Cincinnati Bengals have applied the franchise tag to impending free agent wide receiver Tee Higgins, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports.

What It Means:

The franchise tag will keep Higgins with the Bengals through the 2024 season on paper, though this does not currently seem like the end point for contract talks between the stud receiver and the team that drafted him. Using the tag now gives Cincinnati extra time to work out a potential contract extension or, if the two sides cannot come to an agreement, the flexibility to trade Higgins to another team.

Higgins dealt with injuries of his own as well as injuries to his starting quarterback (Joe Burrow) in 2023, finishing the season with 42 catches for 656 yards and 5 scores on 76 targets. He could be a hot name in trade talks during the summer if Cincinnati opts to go that route, though the receiver himself expressed a desire to remain with the team.

Chiefs' Skyy Moore (knee) officially active for Super Bowl Sunday

The Kansas City Chiefs will have Skyy Moore (knee) available for Sunday's Super Bowl game against the San Francisco 49ers.

What It Means:

Moore missed the Chiefs' last six games with a knee issue, but will be back on the field tonight to help his team in the Super Bowl. The second-year receiver struggled in 2023, catching just 21 passes for 244 yards and 1 touchdown in 14 games.

Moore has a $5,000 salary on FanDuel and is projected for 1.5 fantasy points in tonight's game. The former second round pick recorded a 50.8 Passer Rating when targeted, the fifth-worst mark in the league this season, but will hopefully play better in the season's finale.

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Vikings release Alexander Mattison

Minnesota Vikings running back Alexander Mattison will be released by the team, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

What It Means:

According to Schefter, Minnesota informed Mattison on Thursday that they will be releasing him. Mattison, who signed a two-year deal with the Vikings last offseason, will now become a free agent. Ty Chandler could step into a larger role for the Vikings moving forward.

Last season, Mattison recorded 180 rushing attempts for 700 rushing yards and caught 30 of 44 targets for 192 receiving yards and 3 receiving touchdowns.

Garafolo: Commanders will release tight end Logan Thomas

According to Mike Garafolo, the Washington Commanders will release tight end Logan Thomas.

What It Means:

After four seasons with Washington, the Commanders will move on from Thomas in order to save $6.5 million of cap space. Expect the veteran to find a pass catching role with another team after he logged 90.7% route participation percentage last season.

On 76 targets in 2023, Thomas ranked 46th among his position with a 57.1 Pro Football Focus rating while accounting for 55 receptions for 496 yards and four touchdowns.

Schefter: Falcons will release tight end Jonnu Smith

According to Adam Schefter, the Atlanta Falcons will release tight end Jonnu Smith.

What It Means:

After playing just one season with Atlanta, Smith will head into free agency and attempt to join his fourth career team. Expect Smith to play a potential backup role for his new team while the Falcons will hopefully utilize Kyle Pitts with a full-time offensive snap percentage under their new coaching staff.

On 69 targets last season, Smith ranked 38th among tight ends with a 59.1 Pro Football Focus rating while accounting for 50 receptions for 582 yards and three touchdowns.

Bengals use franchise tag for wideout Tee Higgins

The Cincinnati Bengals have applied the franchise tag to impending free agent wide receiver Tee Higgins, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports.

What It Means:

The franchise tag will keep Higgins with the Bengals through the 2024 season on paper, though this does not currently seem like the end point for contract talks between the stud receiver and the team that drafted him. Using the tag now gives Cincinnati extra time to work out a potential contract extension or, if the two sides cannot come to an agreement, the flexibility to trade Higgins to another team.

Higgins dealt with injuries of his own as well as injuries to his starting quarterback (Joe Burrow) in 2023, finishing the season with 42 catches for 656 yards and 5 scores on 76 targets. He could be a hot name in trade talks during the summer if Cincinnati opts to go that route, though the receiver himself expressed a desire to remain with the team.

Chiefs' Skyy Moore (knee) officially active for Super Bowl Sunday

The Kansas City Chiefs will have Skyy Moore (knee) available for Sunday's Super Bowl game against the San Francisco 49ers.

What It Means:

Moore missed the Chiefs' last six games with a knee issue, but will be back on the field tonight to help his team in the Super Bowl. The second-year receiver struggled in 2023, catching just 21 passes for 244 yards and 1 touchdown in 14 games.

Moore has a $5,000 salary on FanDuel and is projected for 1.5 fantasy points in tonight's game. The former second round pick recorded a 50.8 Passer Rating when targeted, the fifth-worst mark in the league this season, but will hopefully play better in the season's finale.

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Vikings release Alexander Mattison

Minnesota Vikings running back Alexander Mattison will be released by the team, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

What It Means:

According to Schefter, Minnesota informed Mattison on Thursday that they will be releasing him. Mattison, who signed a two-year deal with the Vikings last offseason, will now become a free agent. Ty Chandler could step into a larger role for the Vikings moving forward.

Last season, Mattison recorded 180 rushing attempts for 700 rushing yards and caught 30 of 44 targets for 192 receiving yards and 3 receiving touchdowns.

Garafolo: Commanders will release tight end Logan Thomas

According to Mike Garafolo, the Washington Commanders will release tight end Logan Thomas.

What It Means:

After four seasons with Washington, the Commanders will move on from Thomas in order to save $6.5 million of cap space. Expect the veteran to find a pass catching role with another team after he logged 90.7% route participation percentage last season.

On 76 targets in 2023, Thomas ranked 46th among his position with a 57.1 Pro Football Focus rating while accounting for 55 receptions for 496 yards and four touchdowns.

Schefter: Falcons will release tight end Jonnu Smith

According to Adam Schefter, the Atlanta Falcons will release tight end Jonnu Smith.

What It Means:

After playing just one season with Atlanta, Smith will head into free agency and attempt to join his fourth career team. Expect Smith to play a potential backup role for his new team while the Falcons will hopefully utilize Kyle Pitts with a full-time offensive snap percentage under their new coaching staff.

On 69 targets last season, Smith ranked 38th among tight ends with a 59.1 Pro Football Focus rating while accounting for 50 receptions for 582 yards and three touchdowns.

Bengals use franchise tag for wideout Tee Higgins

The Cincinnati Bengals have applied the franchise tag to impending free agent wide receiver Tee Higgins, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports.

What It Means:

The franchise tag will keep Higgins with the Bengals through the 2024 season on paper, though this does not currently seem like the end point for contract talks between the stud receiver and the team that drafted him. Using the tag now gives Cincinnati extra time to work out a potential contract extension or, if the two sides cannot come to an agreement, the flexibility to trade Higgins to another team.

Higgins dealt with injuries of his own as well as injuries to his starting quarterback (Joe Burrow) in 2023, finishing the season with 42 catches for 656 yards and 5 scores on 76 targets. He could be a hot name in trade talks during the summer if Cincinnati opts to go that route, though the receiver himself expressed a desire to remain with the team.

Chiefs' Skyy Moore (knee) officially active for Super Bowl Sunday

The Kansas City Chiefs will have Skyy Moore (knee) available for Sunday's Super Bowl game against the San Francisco 49ers.

What It Means:

Moore missed the Chiefs' last six games with a knee issue, but will be back on the field tonight to help his team in the Super Bowl. The second-year receiver struggled in 2023, catching just 21 passes for 244 yards and 1 touchdown in 14 games.

Moore has a $5,000 salary on FanDuel and is projected for 1.5 fantasy points in tonight's game. The former second round pick recorded a 50.8 Passer Rating when targeted, the fifth-worst mark in the league this season, but will hopefully play better in the season's finale.

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