If you’re a diehard fan of the NFL and fantasy football, then you know this much to be true — there is no offseason. The dust had no sooner cleared from Denver’s win in Super Bowl 50 than teams started looking ahead to 2016.
That means many things. There’s rookie scouting and the upcoming Combine in Indianapolis. And looming free agency and the potential application of the franchise tag this year by NFL clubs.
We’ll talk plenty about the former in the weeks to come (including (teaser) interviews with draft prospects running the gamut from Day 3 to the first round), but this week the Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy gang has gathered to talk free agency and the tag.
Will the Washington Redskins be able to sign quarterback Kirk Cousins to a long-term deal after his career year, or will they be forced to tag him at upwards of $20 million for 2016? What about Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin? Chicago Bears wideout Alshon Jeffery? New York Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson?
And now that the Bears have informed tailback Matt Forte he won’t be back, what’s next for the long-time fantasy stud?
Join Fantasy Sharks staff writers Gary Davenport, Todd Latzke and Walton Spurlin on Thursday February 18th at 7 PM ET as they discuss these topics, take a look at some of the other tag situations facing NFL teams, review the news of the day and examine the fantasy impact of it all.
Come on in — the water’s FINE.
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