Devin Funchess - WR - Carolina Panthers
Carolina Panthers WR Devin Funchess, WR Curtis Samuel and WR Damiere Byrd are the only receivers who should feel safe entering the 2018 season, according to David Newton of ESPN.com, and Newton believes the receiving corps could undergo a complete overhaul.
Huddle Up: The Panthers could use a true No. 1 receiver, but unless they make a move in free agency, Funchess would be the go-to guy with WR2 potential in 2018.
Dez Bryant - WR - Dallas Cowboys
Dallas Cowboys WR Dez Bryant said the Cowboys have not asked him to take a pay cut at this point. He said he can't see himself playing for another team.
Huddle Up: Bryant had a disappointing 2017 season, so it is not known if he will be back with the Cowboys next season. Bryant has the ability to be a No. 2 or No. 3 fantasy receiver next season despite his stats this year.
Emmanuel Sanders - WR - Denver Broncos
Denver Broncos WR Emmanuel Sanders (ankle) said his rehab is going well and believes his ankle is at around 95 percent.
Huddle Up: Owners will need to monitor Sanders' situation this offseason to see if he will stay with the Broncos or if he will join a new team. He has been a solid receiver over the last few years and can be a No. 3 or No. 4 fantasy receiver in 2018.
Trey Burton - TE - Philadelphia Eagles
Philadelphia Eagles impending free-agent TE Trey Burton reportedly recently received a contract offer he 'didn't consider serious' and is expected to sign with another team when free agency begin in March, according to a source.
Huddle Up: Burton may not have been much of a household name prior to his role in the 'Philly Special,' but he may be the league's best-kept secret at the position and will likely fetch a sizeable contract on the open market. A highly athletic former college quarterback, Burton has fantasy TE1 upside if he finds a decent landing spot in free agency.
Martellus Bennett - TE - New England Patriots
New England Patriots TE Martellus Bennett wants to continue playing, and he's due a $2 million roster bonus March 14. His cap hit would be $6.2 million.
Huddle Up: Bennett is little more than a bye-week replacement or a matchup play in fantasy.
Martavis Bryant - WR - Pittsburgh Steelers
Pittsburgh Steelers WR Martavis Bryant isn't being shopped by the team, but they are fielding offers on him.
Huddle Up: Bryant had a 50-603-3 line last season as he was clearly affected by Juju Smith-Schuster's emergence. Bryant will be a WR4 option in fantasy, but a trade could enhance that.
Jameis Winston - QB - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston was not injured in a car accident last week in which his truck rear-ended another vehicle outside of Tampa.
Huddle Up: Winston had a career-best 63.8 percent completion percentage and threw a career-low 11 interceptions. The offense didn't click as well as expected last season, and he may not have the hype entering 2018. He'll still be a solid midrange QB1.
Kenyan Drake - RB - Miami Dolphins
Miami Dolphins RB Kenyan Drake ranked as the third-most elusive running back under an NFL 'Next Gen Stats' metric that measured yardage gained after defenders got within a yard of the ball-carrier. Drake finished third (4.55 yards), behind only New Orleans Saints RB Alvin Kamara (4.76) and Kansas City Chiefs RB Kareem Hunt (4.63).
Huddle Up: Drake definitely showed something special last year after the team jettisoned Jay Ajayi right before the trade deadline. Overall, the second-year tailback rushed for 644 yards on 133 rush attempts -- good for an impressive 4.8 yards per carry -- to go with three touchdowns. He also accumulated 32 catches in the passing game for 239 yards and one receiving score. Assuming he's the full-time starter next year, Drake is looking like a solid RB2.
Allen Robinson - WR - Jacksonville Jaguars
Jacksonville Jaguars impending free-agent WR Allen Robinson said he has not had contract extension talks with the Jaguars since last year's training camp.
Huddle Up: Robinson is expected to receive the franchise tag this offseason, so he should be back with the Jaguars for at least one more season. Owners in most fantasy leagues should consider Robinson a No. 2 or No. 3 fantasy receiver in 2018 if he is healthy.
Sam Bradford - QB - Minnesota Vikings
Minnesota Vikings impending free-agent QB Sam Bradford wants to play next season.
Huddle Up: Several teams will be looking for a quarterback this season, but it is not known if Bradford will be able to find a starting job. He would only be a No. 2 fantasy quarterback next season if he starts for a team.
Gary Barnidge - TE - Free Agent
Free-agent TE Gary Barnidge (Browns) said plans to play in 2018 and will look for the right opportunity during free agency. He said he received interest this past season but did not like the offers from teams.
Huddle Up: Barnidge should receive some interest this offseason since he recorded 1,655 yards and 11 touchdowns in his last two seasons with the Browns. Owners should monitor the situation because Barnidge could be at least a No. 2 fantasy tight end depending on his team.
Julius Thomas - TE - Miami Dolphins
Miami Dolphins TE Julius Thomas will be released this offseason, according to sources. The team will save $6.6 million in salary cap space with the move.
Huddle Up: Thomas was able to play in 14 games this season and finished with 388 yards and three touchdowns. He may be able to find a starting job with a team this offseason but should only be considered a No. 2 fantasy running back.
Tyrod Taylor - QB - Buffalo Bills
The Buffalo Bills are not planning to release QB Tyrod Taylor at this time and are open to paying his $6 million roster bonus in March. The team could still try to trade Taylor this offseason depending on what they do at the position.
Huddle Up: Taylor was benched during the season but regained the job and finished with 2,799 passing yards, 14 touchdowns and four interceptions. He has also rushed for at least 425 yards in each of the last three years with 14 rushing touchdowns during that span. There is a good chance that Taylor starts for a team in 2018 but would only be a No. 2 fantasy quarterback.
Isaiah Crowell - RB - Cleveland Browns
Cleveland Browns impending free-agent RB Isaiah Crowell is not expected to be retained. ESPNCleveland.com's Tony Grossi believes the Browns' starting running back in 2018 will be a high draft pick.
Huddle Up: Grossi is obviously implying that the Browns will be drafting Saquon Barkley with one of their two top-four draft picks. Assuming that comes to fruition, Duke Johnson will maintain his pass-catching role. Barkley would garner low-end RB1 to high-end RB2 consideration while Johnson would remain in RB2 territory in PPR leagues.
DeSean Jackson - WR - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR DeSean Jackson's case involving his vehicle that was allegedly found wrecked will bullets and marijuana is inactive. Tampa police said there were no witnesses or evidence to place the driver behind the wheel at the time of the wreck.
Huddle Up: Jackson is coming off a down year, but it was a down year for the Buccaneers offense as a whole in 2017. It didn't help that Jackson missed two games. If he can keep himself beyond reproach and stay healthy he has WR2 upside in standard leagues. It's best to draft him as a flex, though.
Adam Vinatieri - PK - Indianapolis Colts
Indianapolis Colts impending free-agent PK Adam Vinatieri (Colts) agreed to a one-year deal with the Indianapolis Colts Thursday, Feb. 22. Financial terms weren't disclosed.
Huddle Up: If Andrew Luck (shoulder) is healthy, the offense should receive enough of a boost to put Vinatieri back in the low-end PK1 conversation in fantasy.
Matt Bryant - PK - Atlanta Falcons
Atlanta Falcons impending free-agent PK Matt Bryant said there is mutual interest in returning to the Falcons.
Huddle Up: Bryant was a top-10 kicker in fantasy last season, and he'd return to the same low-end PK1 area if he returns to Atlanta.
Eli Rogers - WR - Pittsburgh Steelers
Pittsburgh Steelers WR Eli Rogers (knee) said he's off crutches as of Wednesday, Feb. 21.
Huddle Up: Rogers has flashed some potential since entering the league in 2016, but the reality is it's hard to see him becoming a meaningful fantasy player with how loaded the Steelers are on offense. In 14 games this past season, the former Louisville standout registered just 18 catches on 36 targets for 149 yards and a score. He doesn't need to be drafted in just about all leagues based on his current situation.
Tyler Eifert - TE - Cincinnati Bengals
Cincinnati Bengals TE Tyler Eifert is 'unlikely' to be re-signed by the team, according to Paul Dehner Jr. of the Cincinnati Enquirer, who believes someone would be willing to pay up for his services, even if it's on a 'prove-it' type deal.
Huddle Up: Eifert's situation has been one of the more unfortunate ones in all of pro football over the last several years. When healthy, he's proven to be a legitimate TE1, even making the Pro Bowl during the 2015 campaign. However, health has been his biggest bugaboo, as he's played more than half a season only twice in five years, and was limited to just two games in 2017. He may be worth the risk, though, given his notable talent.
Drew Brees - QB - New Orleans Saints
New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees' representatives are expected to meet with the team at the upcoming NFL Scouting Combine 'to try to hammer out what is potentially a short-term deal,' according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. It is expected that the two sides find 'common ground' on deal that will fall between $20 million and $25 million annually.
Huddle Up: Brees has already stated his desired to remain with the Saints, whom he wants to end his career with, so this isn't a surprise. The future Hall-of-Fame quarterback is still very much at the top of his game after registering a 103.9 passer rating last season. He ultimately finished with 4,334 yards, 23 touchdowns and just eight interceptions, while completing an NFL-record 72 percent of his passes. He's a no-brainer QB1.