Fantasy Football News & Views
Lions | Kerryon Johnson a workhorse? Fri Apr 3, 11:31 PM
Detroit Lions RB Kerryon Johnson averaged 20.3 touches and 87.5 yards from scrimmage over the first four games in 2019.
|Footballguys view: He'd be a workhorse if he could maintain that level of workload over a full 16-game season. In two seasons with the Lions, Johnson has only played in 18 games. Last year, Johnson only appeared in eight games and ran for a paltry 3.6 yards per carry. It's a make-or-break season for Johnson in 2020.|
Kerryon Johnson player page
Saints | Drew Brees finished strong in 2019 Fri Apr 3, 11:15 PM
New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees threw an NFL-high 15 touchdowns over the final four games of 2019, tossing at least three touchdowns in every game.
|Footballguys view: Brees missed time last year with an injury but came back strong. He's back for one more season and has not shown many signs of slowing down at all. The Saints added WR Emmanuel Sanders in free agency, giving yet another weapon to Brees and the passing attack.|
Drew Brees player page
Bills | Josh Allen making progress? Fri Apr 3, 10:51 PM
Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen raised his completion percentage by six points in his second season and doubled his number of touchdown passes to 20 while throwing three fewer interceptions.
|Footballguys view: Allen is making progress and still has work to do. His arm is one of the strongest in the league, but he needs better deep-ball accuracy. The team went out and made a huge trade for WR Stefon Diggs, and he should become Allen's favorite target in 2020. Just having a player like Diggs in the mix will help Allen post better numbers in his third pro season.|
Josh Allen player page
Buccaneers | Scott Miller eyeing No. 3 role Fri Apr 3, 10:15 PM
Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Scott Miller said he has been focusing on adding weight and making sure his hamstring is healthy this offseason in order to win the No. 3 receiver spot. 'Hopefully I can get that spot, play as much as I can, make as many plays as I can and help us win as much as we can,' Miller said.
|Footballguys view: Miller can have his eye on the No.3 role for now, but the Buccaneers may be adding a wide receiver or two in the 2020 NFL draft. A sixth-round pick out of Bowling Green in 2019, Miller appeared in nine games and had 13 catches for 200 yards and one touchdown as a rookie. He'll be competing for the spot behind Mike Evans and Chris Godwin in camp.|
Scott Miller player page
Browns | David Njoku expected to stay Fri Apr 3, 10:01 PM
Cleveland Browns TE David Njoku is expected to remain with the team despite the signing of TE Austin Hooper, according to ESPN's Jake Trotter.
|Footballguys view: Hooper is making the big money and should be the starter for the Browns. Njoku has a ton of talent and upside as a player, but he's never put it all together and played up to his full potential in the NFL. He may need a fresh start with another team to do just that.|
David Njoku player page
Steelers | Eric Ebron not fully healthy Fri Apr 3, 08:20 PM
Pittsburgh Steelers TE Eric Ebron (ankle) said he has not fully recovered from his ankle surgery yet and could not play if the season started today.
|Footballguys view: The Steelers had to feel good about Ebron's recovery to sign him in free agency. He'll be competing with Vance McDonald to be the lead tight end for the Steelers in 2020.|
Eric Ebron player page
Bears | Two should be ready for camp Fri Apr 3, 08:00 PM
Chicago Bears TE Trey Burton (hip) and LB Roquan Smith (pectoral) are on track in their rehab and should be ready for training camp, according to general manager Ryan Pace.
|Footballguys view: Burton only appeared in eight games last year and was a huge disappointment. The No.6 tight end (standard-scoring leagues) in 2018, Burton's numbers fell off the map and he finished at No.83 in 2019. We'll see if he can stay healthy and get his career back on track with the Bears.|
Trey Burton player page
Roquan Smith player page
Bears | Anthony Miller making progress Fri Apr 3, 07:56 PM
Chicago Bears WR Anthony Miller (shoulder) is on track in his rehab and should be ready for training camp, according to general manager Ryan Pace.
|Footballguys view: Miller had more catches and more yards as a sophomore in 2019, but his fantasy numbers took a step back. The main reason was his touchdowns going from 7 in 2018 to just 2 in 2019. We'll see if Miller can flourish in 2020 with whatever quarterback (Nick Foles, Mitchell Trubisky) is going to win the starting job.|
Anthony Miller player page
Bears | Mitchell Trubisky on track for camp Fri Apr 3, 07:31 PM
Chicago Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky (shoulder) is on track in his rehab and should be ready for training camp, according to general manage Ryan Pace.
|Footballguys view: Trubisky is going to have competition for the starting job in camp. The Bears made a move to add Nick Foles, and he will push Trubisky to be at the top of the depth chart.|
Mitchell Trubisky player page
Chiefs | Ricky Seals-Jones joining Chiefs Fri Apr 3, 06:30 PM
Free-agent TE Ricky Seals-Jones (Browns) agreed to terms on a one-year contract with the Kansas City Chiefs Friday, April 3, according to a source. Financial terms were not disclosed.
|Footballguys view: Seals-Jones is an athletic tight end who can work behind Travis Kelce. We like him in dynasty formats and we'll be interested to see how he looks with this high-powered offense...even with a limited role.|
Ricky Seals-Jones player page
Buccaneers | Blaine Gabbert deal gets league approval Fri Apr 3, 05:42 PM
Updating a previous report, Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Blaine Gabbert's contract was finalized Friday, April 3, by the NFL. Official terms of the deal were not disclosed.
|Footballguys view: Gabbert stays with the Bucs to be the backup to Tom Brady. The team is going downhill if Brady gets injured since Gabbert isn't effective when given a starting job.|
Blaine Gabbert player page
49ers | Travis Benjamin, Tom Compton deals are done Fri Apr 3, 05:24 PM
Updating previous reports, San Francisco 49ers WR Travis Benjamin and OG Tom Compton's contracts were approved Friday, April 3, by the NFL. Terms of the deals were not disclosed.
|Footballguys view: Benjamin joins a thin WR corps with the 49ers. He could do more than some think, especially with his speed but expect the 49ers to select a wide receiver in the first round of the 2020 NFL draft.|
Travis Benjamin player page
Broncos | Nick Vannett talks up blocking Fri Apr 3, 02:35 PM
Denver Broncos TE Nick Vannett on Friday, April 3, discussed his run blocking on a media conference call. 'I have always thought one of the traits need to have, you have to have some nasty,' Vannett said. 'It's not a cute job. It's not an attractive job. You are not going to get any stats from it. You know what, it's all mentality.'
|Footballguys view: Vannett is likely to be the blocking tight end for the Broncos behind pass-catching tight end Noah Fant. He shouldn't be much of a fantasy factor in 2020.|
Nick Vannett player page
Patriots | Jarrett Stidham, N'Keal Harry have plan Fri Apr 3, 02:20 PM
New England Patriots QB Jarrett Stidham and WR N'Keal Harry are planning to meet to go over the offense and work out if OTAs are cancelled this spring by the coronavirus.
|Footballguys view: Stidham is the top quarterback on the roster for now. We'll see if the Patriots make a move for a quarterback like Cam Newton to improve the depth chart.|
N'Keal Harry player page
Jarrett Stidham player page
Steelers | JuJu Smith-Schuster among YAC leaders Fri Apr 3, 01:45 PM
Pittsburgh Steelers WR JuJu Smith-Schuster ranked third in the NFL, and second among wide receivers, in 2019 with his average of 5.9 yards per contact per reception.
|Footballguys view: That's a given with Smith-Schuster's skill set. He should be a YAC beast once again this season. Hopefully the Steelers passing game has a bounce-back year with a healthy QB Ben Roethlisberger under center.|
JuJu Smith-Schuster player page
Panthers | QB signing lured Robby Anderson Fri Apr 3, 01:35 PM
Carolina Panthers WR Robby Anderson said Friday, April 3, that the Panthers' signing of QB Teddy Bridgewater, a close friend, was the 'icing on the cake' that convinced him to sign with Carolina.
|Footballguys view: Anderson also worked under new Panthers head coach Matt Rhule when he was in college at Temple. He'll be the No.1 receiver for the Panthers and has the speed to take the top off the defense.|
Robby Anderson player page
49ers | George Kittle tops in YAC per reception Fri Apr 3, 01:03 PM
San Francisco 49ers TE George Kittle leads all players with an average of 8.6 yards after catch per reception over the last two seasons.
|Footballguys view: Kittle is a load to bring down when he's got the rock. The 49ers should add a receiver in the first round of the 2020 NFL draft, but Kittle is their most important target in the passing game.|
George Kittle player page
Jets | Breshad Perriman seeks to stay hot Fri Apr 3, 12:36 PM
New York Jets WR WR Breshad Perriman said Friday, April 3, he plans on picking up where he left off a season ago during his strong finish with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. 'That was just a tiny glimpse and I'm looking forward to building on that run from last season,' Perriman said.
|Footballguys view: Perriman finally stayed healthy and produced last year with the Bucs when Mike Evans and Chris Godwin were banged up. We'll see if he can carry that momentum over to the Jets in 2020.|
Breshad Perriman player page
Broncos | Drew Lock readying for new offense Fri Apr 3, 12:02 PM
Denver Broncos QB Drew Lock is throwing five days a week at a spot near his parents' home in Kansas City, during the coronavirus shutdown and has been studying the team's new offensive playbook while watching recent New York Giants film with new offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur coming aboard.
|Footballguys view: Lock should work well in Shurmur's three-vert system. The offense is going to be more aggressive in 2020, and that's good news for Lock and his top target WR Courtland Sutton.|
Drew Lock player page
Bears | Open competition for Chicago's starting QB gig Fri Apr 3, 11:34 AM
Chicago Bears QBs Mitchell Trubisky and Nick Foles will participate in an open competition for the 2020 starting quarterback job, according to general manager Ryan Pace.
|Footballguys view: Trubisky has failed to play up to expectations, so the Bears made a move to add competition. We'll see if Foles can win the job in training camp. Either way, Trubisky is on his last leg with the Bears.|
Nick Foles player page
Mitchell Trubisky player page
Chiefs | More on Sammy Watkins Fri Apr 3, 10:39 AM
Updating an earlier report, Kansas City Chiefs WR Sammy Watkins can earn $750,000 for each of the following: eight touchdowns and a playoff berth; 65 catches and a playoff berth and 800 yards receiving with a playoff berth. He can earn $1.25 million for each of the following: an AFC Championship Game win with 50 percent of the snaps played; 65 catches with an AFC Championship win and 800 yards receiving with an AFC Championship win.Link to story
Sammy Watkins player page
Chiefs | Sammy Watkins returning to Chiefs Fri Apr 3, 08:07 AM
Kansas City Chiefs WR Sammy Watkins (Chiefs) restructured his contract Friday, April 3, which was a one-year deal worth $9 million and could reach $16 million with incentives. The move creates $5 million in salary cap space.
|Footballguys view: The Chiefs needed that cap space in a bad way. Before this, they only had $177 in cap space. Now, they'll be closer to being able to sign a draft class (around $10 million). Watkins played in 14 regular season games last year, compiling 52 catches for 673 yards and three touchdowns. That was good for WR5 production in standard-scoring leagues. However, in the postseason he was money - catching 14 passes for 288 yards and one touchdown in three games. We'll see if he can carry that momentum over to the 2020 regular season.|
Sammy Watkins player page
Chiefs | Jordan Ta'amu to KC a done deal Thu Apr 2, 11:58 PM
Updating a previous report, former XFL St. Louis BattleHawks QB Jordan Ta'amu officially signed an undisclosed contract with the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday, April 2.
|Footballguys view: Ta'amu was impressive as the starter for the Battlehawks in the shortened XFL season. He's athletic and can be used as a runner or perhaps even gadget player if needed. Ta'amu is a work in progress as a passer but he's got a good arm and the RPO action gets him some better looks than some traditional pocket passers. We'll be keeping track of him but only super deep dynasty formats.|
NFL | Drops not a problem for Breshad Perriman Thu Apr 2, 11:42 PM
Free-agent WR Breshad Perriman (Buccaneers) was not charged with a drop on any of his 69 targets in 2019. Furthermore, Perriman did not commit a drop on any of his 25 targets in 2018.
|Footballguys view: Drops aren't the problem with Perriman, staying healthy is. The former first-round pick finally stayed healthy and flashed some of his potential last year with the Bucs. We'll see what he does now that he's signed with the Jets.|
Breshad Perriman player page
Bills | Devin Singletary eluded tacklers last season Thu Apr 2, 11:41 PM
Buffalo Bills RB Devin Singletary broke a tackle once every 7.6 rushing attempts in 2019 - good for the fifth-best rate in the league among qualified rushers.
|Footballguys view: Singletary had over 1,000 yards rushing after contact his final season at Florida Atlantic, so this stat is no surprise whatsoever. Expect more of the same from the compact runner in his second season.|
Devin Singletary player page
Patriots | James White had sure hands in 2019 Thu Apr 2, 11:23 PM
New England Patriots RB James White was charged with only two drops on 95 targets last season, resulting in a drop percentage of 2.1. White was charged with a drop on 4.1 percent of his 123 targets in 2018.
|Footballguys view: The headline should just read 'James White has sure hands' or 'water is wet.' Everyone under the sun knows that White is one of the most sure-handed receiving backs in the league. It will be interesting to see how much he meshes with the Patriots new starting quarterback...whoever that is...now that Tom Brady is with the Buccaneers.|
James White player page
Patriots | Julian Edelman unlikely to be moved Thu Apr 2, 10:06 PM
New England Patriots WR Julian Edelman is not expected to be traded this offseason, according to Tom Curran of NBC Sports Boston.
|Footballguys view: Some felt that he could be following Brady to the Buccaneers but that's not the case...right now. We'll see how Edelman works with a new quarterback tossing him passes. With his skill set and reliability, we think Edelman should become the new favorite target for whoever takes over at quarterback for the Patriots.|
Julian Edelman player page
Bills | Two bills sign tenders Thu Apr 2, 09:00 PM
Buffalo Bills WR Robert Foster and DB Levi Wallace signed their exclusive rights tender offers Thursday, April 2.
|Footballguys view: Fantasy GMs were excited about Foster when he emerged down the stretch in the 2018 season, but in 2019 he didn't do much of anything and was buried on the Bills depth chart. He's back for another year, but the Bills traded for Stefon Diggs...a move that further pushes Foster down the depth chart. We'll monitor him in dynasty formats and perhaps when he gets to go to a new team his career will get back on track.|
Packers | Devin Funchess officially added by Green Bay Thu Apr 2, 07:26 PM
Green Bay Packers WR Devin Funchess officially signed with the team Thursday, April 2. The contract was previously reported to be worth $2.5 million for one season.
|Footballguys view: Funchess is a big-bodied target who gets another fresh start in the league, this time with Green Bay. Injuries limited him to one game in 2019 with the Colts. Funchess has the ability and still has the upside to win the job as the No.2 receiver in a passing game with Aaron Rodgers. That's something we'll be tracking closely in training camp because of the fantasy relevance with that role.|
Devin Funchess player page
Broncos | Nick Vannett deal becomes official Thu Apr 2, 06:07 PM
Denver Broncos TE Nick Vannett was officially signed to a two-year contract Thursday, April 2. Financial terms weren't disclosed.
|Footballguys view: Vannett is mostly a blocking tight end, but he can do more as a receiver if called upon. He'll serve as a reserve player behind Broncos starting tight end, and primary receiving tight end, Noah Fant.|
Nick Vannett player page
NFL | Tua Tagovailoa gets postive medical reevaluation Thu Apr 2, 03:22 PM
Updating previous reports, Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa (hip) participated in a voluntary physical examination Thursday, April 2, according to his agency. NFL Scouting Combine officials facilitated the medical reevaluation with an independent doctor selected by NFL team physicians. All 32 teams' doctors and trainers were able to provide input on which medical checks they wanted to see performed, and Tagovailoa's representation said the results were 'overwhelmingly positive.'
|Footballguys view: Tagovailoa injured his hip last year in November and has worked hard to get back to this point. He should be a top-5 pick in the 2020 NFL draft. Teams are going to have to take a chance on his talent while also realizing he has an injury history...not only this hip, but some ankle problems in his past too.|
Buccaneers | Blaine Gabbert to back up Tom Brady Thu Apr 2, 02:12 PM
Unrestricted free-agent QB Blaine Gabbert (Buccaneers) is re-signing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on a one-year deal, a source said Thursday, April 2. Financial terms were not disclosed.
|Footballguys view: Gabbert missed most of the 2019 season with a dislocated shoulder. He'll serve as the backup to Brady but that's a big difference in talent if Gabbert is thrust into the starting role.|
Blaine Gabbert player page
Titans | Derrick Henry signs franchise tender Thu Apr 2, 01:29 PM
Updating previous reports, Tennessee Titans RB Derrick Henry signed his franchise tender Thursday, April 2. Henry and the Titans remain committed to reaching a long-term agreement before the July 15 deadline.
|Footballguys view: Henry is now guaranteed a one-year price of $10.2 million. The two sides should get a long-term deal done before the deadline to do so in the summer. Henry is going to be the bellcow for the Titans as a runner and we think he could get more work as a receiver too in 2020. He is no doubt a RB1 for Fantasy GMs.|
Derrick Henry player page
Vikings | Tackling Alexander Mattison a chore in 2019 Wed Apr 1, 11:52 PM
Minnesota Vikings RB Alexander Mattison averaged a broken tackle once every 9.1 carries on his 100 rushing attempts in 2019 - good for the eighth-best mark in the league among qualified rushers.
|Footballguys view: Mattison isn't as talented as Dalvin Cook, but the team would not see a huge dropoff if he was thrust into the starting role. We like his game and at times last year Mattison looked like Cook on the field. He'll be a high-value handcuff in 2020.|
Alexander Mattison player page
Raiders | Josh Jacobs produced after contact in 2019 Wed Apr 1, 11:39 PM
Las Vegas Raiders RB Josh Jacobs ranked fifth in the league with 683 yards rushing after contact in 2019. He was also one of only six players with at least 200 carries to average a broken tackle at least once every 10 rushing attempts (9.3).
|Footballguys view: Jacobs is tough to bring down when he builds a head of steam. He'll be the centerpiece of what the Raiders do on offense (again) in 2020.|
Josh Jacobs player page
Cowboys | Tony Pollard hard to corral Wed Apr 1, 11:30 PM
Dallas Cowboys RB Tony Pollard was credited with 10 broken tackles on 86 rushing attempts in 2019, joining Malcolm Brown as the only players with fewer than 100 carries to break at least 10 tackles.
|Footballguys view: Pollard had an impressive season as a rookie in 2019, mainly working in garbage time for the Cowboys. In 2020, Pollard will be the most high-value handcuff in fantasy football. Pollard is clearly just a backup to Ezekiel Elliott, but he's got plenty of upside if he has to get a larger role.|
Tony Pollard player page
Rams | Malcolm Brown a load to bring down Wed Apr 1, 11:21 PM
Los Angeles Rams RB Malcolm Brown was credited with 10 broken tackles on 69 rushing attempts in 2019, joining Tony Pollard as the only players with fewer than 100 carries to break at least 10 tackles.
|Footballguys view: Brown is a talented player who could get a larger role with Todd Gurley (Falcons) gone. He will compete with Darrell Henderson in camp for a featured role on offense. We expect the Rams to add a running back in the 2020 NFL draft as well.|
Malcolm Brown player page
Raiders | Derek Carr was under pressure in 2019 Wed Apr 1, 11:01 PM
Las Vegas Raiders QB Derek Carr was hurried 67 times in 2019 - tied with Carson Wentz for the second-highest total in the league.
|Footballguys view: Carr is still the Raiders starter for now. He should be pushed for the top job in training camp by Marcus Mariota.|
Derek Carr player page
Eagles | Carson Wentz felt some heat last season Wed Apr 1, 10:55 PM
Philadelphia Eagles QB Carson Wentz was hurried 67 times in 2019 - tied with Derek Carr for the second-highest total in the league.
|Footballguys view: The Eagles need to do a better job of protecting their franchise quarterback. In addition, the Eagles wide receivers need to do a better job of getting open and helping out Wentz.|
Carson Wentz player page
Texans | Houston officially signs two Wed Apr 1, 06:35 PM
Updating a previous report, free-agent WR Randall Cobb (Cowboys) and S Eric Murray (Browns) officially signed with the Houston Texans Wednesday, April 1. Official terms of the contracts were not disclosed.
|Footballguys view: The Texans have a revamped WR corps that won't feature DeAndre Hopkins (Cardinals) anymore. Cobb will be a consistent target for an elite-level quarterback Deshaun Watson. He'll be on the WR3 radar for Fantasy GMs in 2020.|
Randall Cobb player page
Eric Murray player page
Panthers | Carolina officially adds Robby Anderson Wed Apr 1, 06:11 PM
Updating a previous report, free-agent WR Robby Anderson (Panthers) officially signed with the Carolina Panthers Wednesday, April 1. Official terms of the contract were not disclosed.
|Footballguys view: Anderson worked in college at Temple under new Panthers head coach (and former Temple/Baylor head coach) Matt Rhule. He will be the primary deep threat for the Panthers offense, and Anderson should be a favorite target of new Panthers starting quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. He's got WR2 upside for Fantasy GMs in 2020.|
Robby Anderson player page
Giants | Dion Lewis' signing official Wed Apr 1, 06:08 PM
Updating a previous report, free-agent RB Dion Lewis (Titans) officially signed with the New York Giants Wednesday, April 1. Official terms of the contract were not disclosed.
|Footballguys view: Lewis finds a new home with the Giants this offseason. He will be a backup and change-of-pace guy behind Saquon Barkley.|
Dion Lewis player page
Panthers | Keith Kirkwood officially joins Carolina Wed Apr 1, 06:03 PM
Updating a previous report, free-agent WR Keith Kirkwood (Saints) officially signed with the Carolina Panthers Wednesday, April 1. Official terms of the contract were not disclosed.Link to story
Chargers | Tyrod Taylor on track for starting job Wed Apr 1, 05:37 PM
Los Angeles Chargers QB Tyrod Taylor is considered the leading candidate for the starting quarterback job but a final decision has not been made, according to head coach Anthony Lynn.
|Footballguys view: The Chargers have the No.6 overall pick in the first round of the 2020 NFL draft. Taylor could be the starter for now, but if the team adds someone like Justin Herbert (Oregon) or Jordan Love (Utah State) then we could see them make a switch sometime in the 2020 season.|
Tyrod Taylor player page
Titans | TEN talking with Derrick Henry Wed Apr 1, 05:09 PM
Tennessee Titans franchise free-agent RB Derrick Henry's representatives have talked with the Titans about a long-term contract, according to general manager Jon Robinson.
|Footballguys view: The two sides have until July 15 to get a deal done. Henry is the centerpiece of what the Titans do on offense, and he'll continue to be that for them in 2020 and beyond (if/when they work out a new deal). It's going to be expensive as Henry will be one of the highest-paid running backs in the league once he gets a new contract.|
Derrick Henry player page
NFL | Tua Tagovailoa proclaims he's completely healthy Wed Apr 1, 04:51 PM
Updating previous reports, Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa (hip) said he is 100 percent recovered from a 2019 season-ending hip injury and could play today.
|Footballguys view: Tagovailoa was just cleared for football drills about a month ago. He injured his hip last November and has been working his way back ever since then. Tagovaioloa is set to be a top-5 pick in the 2020 NFL draft but he does come with an injury history.|
Jets | GM talks Quincy Enunwa's status Wed Apr 1, 04:18 PM
Updating previous reports, New York Jets WR Quincy Enunwa (neck) is 'still going through the process,' according to general manager Joe Douglas. 'We should have some more information on that hopefully soon. Obviously that's a big question mark for us moving forward,' Douglas told SNY's Ralph Vacchiano.
|Footballguys view: There's likely a 50 percent chance that Enunwa will be able to continue his career. We'll know more once he gets checked out as the season draws closer.|
Quincy Enunwa player page
Patriots | Cody Kessler released Wed Apr 1, 03:41 PM
New England Patriots QB Cody Kessler was released Wednesday, April 1, according to a source.
|Footballguys view: Jarrett Stidham and Brian Hoyer are the only quarterbacks on the roster right now. Perhaps the Patriots are going to consider adding Cam Newton in the near future. Stay tuned.|
Cody Kessler player page
Colts | Indy video chats with Jordan Love Wed Apr 1, 01:14 PM
Utah State QB Jordan Love participated in a predraft video meeting with the Indianapolis Colts, according to a source.
|Footballguys view: The Colts were in position for Love at No.13 overall but they traded the pick to the 49ers for DeForest Buckner. Now, they don't have a first-round pick and Love is highly unlikely to fall to the second round. In fact, he's unlikely to fall out of the top 12 of the draft.|
Chargers | Jordan Love meets with Bolts Wed Apr 1, 01:12 PM
Utah State QB Jordan Love participated in a predraft video meeting with the Los Angeles Chargers, according to a source.
|Footballguys view: The Chargers could be considering Love at No.6 overall. He's one of the most exciting quarterbacks in this draft class but could use some time to develop. The Chargers could add him and sit Love behind Tyrod Taylor until the rookie is ready to take over.|