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Kenny Golladay, WR | DET

Tue, Mar 02, 2021

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NFL Network's Ian Rapoport "would be surprised" if impending free agent Kenny Golladay was not franchise tagged.

Rapsheet has been beating this drum for several weeks now. The rebuilding Lions are not in the greatest salary cap situation, but they can always make the numbers work. At the very least, Golladay should be tagged with an eye toward a potential trade. Per Rapsheet, the Lions are genuine in their desire to keep the 27-year-old wideout. Remaining in Detroit with Jared Goff would probably make Golladay more of a WR2 than WR1 for 2021.

James Conner, RB | PIT

Tue, Mar 02, 2021

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ESPN's Brooke Pryor reports the Steelers are "unlikely" to re-sign James Conner.

With the team (probably) letting Pittsburgh favorite Conner walk about four seasons, Pryor said the team could fill their RB1 spot with an early-round pick in this spring's NFL Draft. Conner, who will be 26 in May, should have multiple suitors this offseason. Probably he won't be anyone's idea of a locked-in No. 1 running back though. Taking a back in the first round would be a departure from how the team usually conducts its drafts. The Steelers have used their past seven first-round picks on defensive players, including five linebackers.

Hunter Henry, TE | LAC

Tue, Mar 02, 2021

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ESPN's Michael DiRocco said the Jaguars should "be aggressive in pursuing" Hunter Henry this offseason.

Jacksonville had one of the league's worst tight end groups in 2020. Tyler Eifert is expected to leave via free agency, leaving the team without a viable starting tight end. Henry, 26, should see interest from several teams once free agency kicks off in a couple weeks. If Henry can stay healthy for 16 games -- a big if -- he could be a coveted fantasy option in the Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence-led offense.