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  1. https://www.rotoworld.com/football/nfl/player/2089/ezekiel-elliott ProFootballTalk's Mike Florio reports Ezekiel Elliott is planning for a trip out of the country. A lot could change in the next week, but it's beginning to sound as if Zeke will assuredly hold out into camp unless he receives a new deal. August 6 remains the looming date to monitor as Elliott would give up an accrued season toward free agency if he fails to report by that time, inching closer to becoming a restricted free agent rather than an unrestricted one on the open market following the 2020 season. The Cowboys open camp on July 27. SOURCE: ProFootballTalk on Twitter Jul 20, 2019, 5:22 PM ET
  2. I doubt he gets cut. He's either on the Bills roster or is traded. Just a gut feeling.
  3. This is the only thing that makes him draftable to me. Seeing where else he could end up. That Buffalo backfield is just too crowded.
  4. Thank God. Now mock drafts can get back to normal.
  5. I just can't wait until we get to find out. Those who drafted early may have gotten a steal. Those yet to draft will know where they feel comfortable taking him.
  6. https://www.rotoworld.com/football/nfl/player/2089/ezekiel-elliott Yahoo's Charles Robinson reports Ezekiel Elliott must report to camp by August 6 in order to receive an accrued season toward free agency. Elliott is currently scheduled to be an unrestricted free agent after the 2020 season, but that would not be the case if he fails to gain at least one accrued season before then. Elliott could get the all-important fourth accrued season next year, but holding out deep into camp this time would prevent him from doing the same in his contract season. Robinson believes Elliott will ultimately decide against holding out. SOURCE: Yahoo Sports Jul 16, 2019, 9:20 AM ET
  7. Purely for a shake up and some interesting news, this would be fun.
  8. Melvin Gordon's agent said there is a "strong possibility" his client will hold out into the season barring a new contract or trade. Gordon is not holding back as he looks to pressure the Chargers into a new contract -- Adam Schefter previously reported Gordon will skip training camp and demand a trade if he does not get a new deal. Of course, Gordon's agent admits there is still a long way to go before Week 1, and he hopes something will get worked out prior to training camp. Gordon is currently scheduled to earn $5.6 million in the fifth and final year of his rookie contract. SOURCE: Tom Pelissero on Twitter Jul 11, 2019, 10:58 AM ET
  9. I don't know if it's different with a rookie contract or because it was the franchise tag but didn't we learn from the Lev Bell situation that you don't have to show up at all and you can still hit free agency?
  10. https://www.rotoworld.com/football/nfl/player-news The Athletic's Vic Tafur reports there is a "growing sentiment" that Josh Jacobs will not be at camp when rookies report on July 23. Camp doesn't officially start until veterans report July 26, but Jacobs is reportedly eyeing a holdout beyond then due to a hangup regarding the payment schedule of his signing bonus. According to Tafur, negotiations between the team and the No. 24 overall pick "have not been going well" as Jacobs remains Oakland's only unsigned selection. Worst-case scenario would be a situation similar to Joey Bosa's back in '16 when the two sides didn't reach an agreement until 31 days into camp. SOURCE: Vic Tafur on Twitter Jul 6, 2019, 10:07 AM ET
  11. Kind of my thoughts too but I wanted to see others thoughts. Could be part of a new trend though, no?
  12. This may have already been touched on but most of the last few pages are about his possible/now we know not happening suspension. We're his 77 receptions last year an outlier? Or a trend going forward? Trying to rank him in a PPR League.
  13. That actually makes me feel better.
  14. I honestly don't know much about the TE position but I believe historically when Gronk has been out, James White has had big games. I don't know if that'll be a season long thing or if it was just game to game. Back to talk about the TE talk.