Author: LucasKovnesky

NFL teams have officially had since March 17 to sign free agents, aligning with the start of a new league year. Some teams have been dishing out money on big names, while others are standing pat. Either way, it’s safe to see that the 2021 season will see a lot of familiar faces in new places. Fantasy football owners know that this period is crucial as this means new opportunities for productive players to shine with new teams. With the chaos slowing down, it’s time to take a look at some of the biggest winners of this free agency in…

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Jonnu Smith is an intriguing fantasy tight end in 2021

The New England Patriots continued their busy opening day of the NFL free agency period by signing tight end Jonnu Smith to a 4-year, $50 million contract. The lucrative deal includes $31.25 in guaranteed money, the most guaranteed money for a tight end in the NFL. With an average annual value of $12.5 million per year, the deal makes Smith the third-highest-paid tight end in the league overall. https://twitter.com/AdamSchefter/status/1371506292393701376 The deal makes a ton of sense for the Patriots as their offense performed very poorly in 2020. New England’s tight end production has also seen a massive decline since Rob…

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The 2020 fantasy football season saw players such as Jonathon Taylor, James Robinson and Justin Jefferson go from rookies, to league winners. Let’s take a look at five rookies who are going to have immediate fantasy value in 2021 regardless of where they land in the draft. Kyle Pitts Florida’s Kyle Pitts is the most polished tight end in the draft, which makes him an even hotter commodity in fantasy football. Pitts is a 6’6” beast who is fit for the mold of the modern NFL tight end. The 2020 season showed just how scarce the tight end position is…

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Mike Pettine, former Packers defensive coordinator has landed a job just 200 miles south of Green Bay with the rival Chicago Bears. https://twitter.com/RapSheet/status/1359627099292782593 That’s right, Pettine will be taking on a job opportunity with a hated rival as the senior defensive assistant for the Bears. Pettine will be working alongside newly hired Bears Defensive Coordinator Sean Desai. Pettine spent the last three seasons as the Packers defensive coordinator. While the Packers defense showed improvement during these seasons, Pettine was not retained by Green Bay for number of reasons. Some even blame the loss in the NFC title game on…

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