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    • J.J. Watt HOU DE
      Texans' J.J. Watt: More playing time expected
      43m ago

      Watt is expected to see his snap count increase in Sunday's divisional-round playoff game against the Chiefs, John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports.

      Houston head coach Bill O'Brien thought Watt felt "good coming out of" last week's win over the Bills and will continue to evaluate the defensive end leading up to Sunday. Watt, who played last week for the first time since October surgery on his pectoral muscle, was on the field for 52 of 85 snaps against the Bills. His workload increased in the second half and overtime, so it's logical to think Watt will get more playing time against Kansas City.

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    • Vonn Bell NO SS
      Saints' Vonn Bell: Strong play in fourth season
      2h ago

      Bell finished the 2019 season with 89 tackles (66 solo), two forced fumbles, 1.5 sacks, one interception and a touchdown.

      He also recovered five fumbles. The Ohio State product ends the final year of his rookie deal with steady numbers, as he's compiled between 83 and 89 tackles in all four years of his NFL career. Bell started all 13 of his appearances in 2019 while securing his first interception and first touchdown on a scoop-and-score against Seattle in Week 3. The safety is just one of a long list of Saints who will be free agents in 2020.

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    • Janoris Jenkins NO CB
      Saints' Janoris Jenkins: Solid play in two appearances
      2h ago

      Jenkins recorded seven tackles (five solo) and an interception in just two appearances for New Orleans in 2019.

      Jenkins was snagged off waivers by the Saints after the Giants cut him for using a slur on Twitter, and he appeared in two regular-season contests for New Orleans. He was solid in those contests, and he played an important role in the Saints' first-round playoff loss, recording eight tackles (three solo) and a forced fumble. He's under contract through 2021, though his $10.15M salary for 2020 is non-guaranteed, and the Saints could cleanly cut ties with him in the off season. He has 23 career interceptions in eight NFL seasons (including five in 2019), and his proven track record may entice the organization to keep him around for the final year of his deal.

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    • P.J. Williams NO CB
      Saints' P.J. Williams: Underwhelming 2019 campaign
      2h ago

      Williams finished 2019 with 44 tackles (34 solo), 1.0 sacks and an interception.

      Williams finished 2019 with a three-year low in tackles while forcing just one turnover in the campaign. He started just eight of 14 games in which he appeared, and he'll be a free agent in 2020 after playing out the last year of his rookie contract.

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    • Chauncey Gardner-Johnson NO DB
      Saints' Chauncey Gardner-Johnson: Quality rookie campaign
      2h ago

      Gardner-Johnson ended his rookie season with 49 tackles (38 solo), one interception and a forced fumble in 2019.

      The fourth-rounder out of Florida played a key role in New Orleans' defense in his rookie season, starting seven contests and forcing two turnovers. He was in the starting lineup for the final three games of the year and played just over 80 percent of defensive snaps in that stretch, finishing the 2019 campaign on a high note. He'll look to take the next step forward in 2020 when he returns for his second season with the Saints.

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    • Marshon Lattimore NO CB
      Saints' Marshon Lattimore: Named to second Pro-Bowl in 2019
      2h ago

      Lattimore totaled 57 tackles (46 solo) and one interception in 2019.

      He also recorded 14 passes defended. Lattimore was named to his second Pro-Bowl in three seasons thanks to a strong effort as one of the league's most elite corners. In 2019, he allowed a 50.0 percent completion rate, 7.0 yards per target and a 79.4 passer rating when targeted. The 2017 Rookie Defensive Player of the Year is under contract with New Orleans for at least two more years, and he'll try to build on another big year when he returns for his fourth season in 2020.

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    • Teddy Bridgewater NO QB
      Saints' Teddy Bridgewater: Quality fill-in option in 2019
      9h ago

      Bridgewater averaged 241.0 passing yards per game while completing 69.7 percent of his passes and throwing nine touchdowns to just two interceptions in five starts in 2019.

      He filled in admirably for Drew Brees as the Saints' starter from Weeks 3-7, leading the team to a perfect record in that span while playing quality football. He'll be a free agent in 2020 after two seasons with New Orleans, though Drew Brees and Taysom Hill will be in the same boat, creating an interesting dilemma. The Saints spent a third-round pick to acquire Bridgewater from the Jets in 2018, though his future with the organization is yet unknown.

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    • Jake Rudock MIA QB
      Dolphins' Jake Rudock: Staying in Miami
      11h ago

      Rudock signed a reserve/future contract with the Dolphins on Monday.

      Rudock spent the entire 2019 season on Miami's practice squad after posting a solid preseason with the team. He stands to compete for a similar role in 2020.

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    • Kyle Lauletta PHI QB
      Eagles' Kyle Lauletta: Will compete for backup role
      16h ago

      Lauletta signed a reserve/future contract with the Eagles on Monday.

      Lauletta spent the 2019 campaign on the Eagles' practice squad. Now, he'll set his sight on securing the backup role to Carson Wentz (head) in 2020. Josh McCown showed he has plenty left in the tank after relieving Wentz in the wild-card loss to the Seahawks, but his contract expires in March. If McCown doesn't re-sign, it'll likely be between Lauletta and Nate Sudfeld for the No. 2 role, barring another free-agent or draft acquisition.

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    • Tom Brady NE QB
      Patriots' Tom Brady: Dealt with foot injury down stretch
      16h ago

      Brady played through a foot injury in addition to a lingering elbow issue over the final quarter of the Patriots' season, Michael Giardi of NFL Network reports.

      Neither injury kept Brady from missing time, with the veteran signal-caller starting all 16 regular-season games along with Saturday's 20-13 loss to the Titans in the wild-card round of the playoffs. With that in mind, Brady's offseason training program shouldn't be interrupted in any significant way, but it's uncertain what the future might hold for the 42-year-old. Brady suggested after the postseason loss that "it's pretty unlikely" he'll retire in 2020, putting him on track to become a free agent in March. Whether the three-time MVP returns to New England for a 21st season or heads elsewhere for the first time in his career remains to be seen.

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    • Brett Hundley ARI QB
      Cardinals' Brett Hundley: Gets minimal work in 2019
      17h ago

      Hundley completed five of 11 passes for 49 yards and rushed seven times for 41 yards in three appearances during the 2019 season.

      Hundley received most of his work Week 16 when Kyler Murray exited with a hamstring injury, but otherwise the latter led the Cardinals offense for the vast majority of his rookie campaign. An upcoming unrestricted free agent, Hundley likely is poised for a backup role, at best, wherever he lands this offseason.

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    • Davis Webb BUF QB
      Bills' Davis Webb: Secures pact with Bills
      20h ago

      Webb signed a reserve/future deal with the Bills on Monday.

      Webb was the Giants' third-round pick in 2017, but he only spent one season with the team and never touched the field as a backup to Eli Manning. The 24-year-old will compete for the backup job in Buffalo in 2020. Whether Matt Barkley -- the current backup to Josh Allen -- is still around remains to be seen, as Barkley will be an unrestricted free agent in March.

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    • Elijhaa Penny NYG RB
      Giants' Elijhaa Penny: Just 48 scrimmage yards in 2019
      8h ago

      Penny (back) carried the ball 15 times for 39 yards across 16 games in 2019. He also secured two of four targets for nine yards.

      Penny plays a key role on special teams for the Giants, and he also occasionally contributes on offense as a blocker. The 26-year-old is set to become a restricted free agent, and it remains to be seen if the Giants will opt to retain him.

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    • Wayne Gallman NYG RB
      Giants' Wayne Gallman: Ends 2019 on shaky ground
      9h ago

      Gallman carried the ball 29 times for 110 yards and two touchdowns across 10 games in 2019. He also secured 11 of 15 targets for 102 yards and a score.

      Gallman burst onto the fantasy scene Week 4 with an impressive showing, in which he drew the start in place of an injured Saquon Barkley and scored twice while exceeding 100 total yards. However, he ended the year with five-straight designations as a healthy scratch, and ultimately ceded the majority of backup work to Javorius Allen. Gallman will enter the final year of his rookie contract in 2020, but his standing in New York's backfield appears unclear at best.

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    • Jordan Howard PHI RB
      Eagles' Jordan Howard: Still dealing with shoulder issue
      11h ago

      Howard relayed Sunday that he didn't have enough strength in his shoulder to play during the Eagles' wild-card defeat to the Seahawks, Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal reports.

      Although he was active for the Eagles' last two games, Howard played just one snap on offense in the regular-season finale. A pesky shoulder injury was to blame, sidelining him for six consecutive contests following the team's Week 10 bye. Prior to the injury, he averaged 4.4 YPC on his 119 rushes, reeled in 10 of 14 targets for 69 yards and scored seven touchdowns in nine outings. His absence allowed 2019 second-round pick Miles Sanders and Boston Scott a chance to shine, which combined with Howard's impending unrestricted free agency leaves his future clouded.

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    • Josh Ferguson WAS RB
      Redskins' Josh Ferguson: Little impact in 2019
      12h ago

      Ferguson carried the ball just three times for nine yards during the 2019 campaign.

      The Redskins promoted Ferguson to the active roster Week 15 following the placement of Derrius Guice (knee) on injured reserve, leading to his only carries of the season. The fourth-year pro was also active Week 17 in Dallas, though he was limited to special teams. He'll compete for a depth/special-teams role in Washington in 2020.

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    • Elijah Wellman WAS RB
      Packers' Elijah Wellman: Inks deal with Packers
      12h ago

      Wellman agreed to a reserve/futures contract with Green Bay on Monday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN reports.

      Wellman logged a workout with the Packers on Thursday, and as evidenced by this news, made a good enough impression to start next season on the 90-man roster. The undrafted free agent out of West Virginia spent time with the Redskins this past offseason before he was cut at the start of training camp.

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    • Taquan Mizzell NO RB
      Saints' Taquan Mizzell: Inks deal with Saints
      16h ago

      Mizzell signed a reserve/future contract with the Saints on Monday, Mike Triplett of ESPN.com reports.

      Mizzell didn't play an NFL snap this season, as he spent the entirety of 2019 on the Saints' practice squad. The 26-year-old has 12 games of NFL experience with the Bears over the 2017 and 2018 seasons, and he recorded eight receptions for 78 yards and a touchdown while also contributing as a kick returner.

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    • Da'Mari Scott NYG WR
      Giants' Da'Mari Scott: Two catches in '19
      8h ago

      Scott caught two of three targets for 22 yards across five contests in 2019.

      Scott also carried the ball once for five yards, and he contributed as a kick returner. The Fresno State product will likely compete to earn a similar role in 2020.

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    • Cody Core NYG WR
      Giants' Cody Core: Just three catches in 2019
      8h ago

      Core secured three of five targets for 28 yards across 16 contests in 2019.

      Core did most of his damage on special teams in 2019, as per usual. Coming off the final year of his rookie contract, it remains to be seen if the Giants will opt to bring Core back for 2020.

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    • Quincy Adeboyejo NE WR
      Patriots' Quincy Adeboyejo: Staying with Patriots
      13h ago

      Adeboyejo inked a reserve/futures contract with the Patriots on Monday, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.

      Adeboyejo secured a practice-squad role with the Patriots on Nov. 20, and evidenced by this news, will begin the 2020 season with the team as a part of their 90-man roster. The Mississippi product has only suited up in on NFL game in his career since coming into the league with Baltimore as an undrafted free agent in 2017.

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    • Jaron Brown SEA WR
      Seahawks' Jaron Brown: Should return for divisional round
      16h ago

      Brown (knee/personal) is expected to play in Sunday's divisional-round game versus the Packers, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.

      According to Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle, Brown's knee isn't considered a major issue anymore, and he missed the wild-card win versus the Eagles while tending to a personal matter. If he puts in a full practice Wednesday, it'll extinguish all doubt about Brown's status. His usage Sunday will likely be minimal, especially if Malik Turner (concussion) is active as well.

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    • Marken Michel PHI WR
      Eagles' Marken Michel: Agrees on terms with Philly
      16h ago

      Michel signed a reserve/future contract with the Eagles on Monday.

      Michel entered the league in 2016 as an undrafted free agent but hasn't played a regular-season snap. The 26-year-old will compete for a depth role with the Eagles in 2020.

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    • Marcus Green PHI WR
      Eagles' Marcus Green: Secures future pact
      16h ago

      Green signed a reserve/future contract with the Eagles on Monday.

      Green couldn't make the cut with the Falcons during the preseason, so he'll try his hand for the 2020 campaign in another nest. The 2019 sixth-round pick was productive in college, and he has upside as a returner.

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    • Garrett Dickerson NYG TE
      Giants' Garrett Dickerson: Held without a catch in 2019
      8h ago

      Dickerson was not targeted across four contests in 2019.

      Dickerson bounced between New York's roster and practice squad in 2019, contributing as a blocker and special-teams asset when active. He's appeared in eight contests with the Giants over the last two seasons.

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    • Zach Ertz PHI TE
      Eagles' Zach Ertz: Won't be healthy for some time
      12h ago

      Ertz told Les Bowen of The Philadelphia Inquirer on Monday that it'll take some time to get back to 100 percent. "They said it's probably going to take another month to feel back to myself after everything that went on," Ertz added.

      Ertz was referencing the cracked rib and lacerated kidney that's inhibited him since picking them up Week 16. The issues combined to keep Ertz sidelined in the regular-season finale, and he wasn't medically cleared to play through the latter concern until Saturday. He proceeded to play 88 percent of the offensive snaps during Sunday's wild-card loss to the Seahawks, gathering in two of four passes for 44 yards in the process. With plenty of time to recover, Ertz no doubt will be healthy by the time the offseason program kicks off in the spring. His future with the Eagles seemingly is in some question, though, as the 29-year-old is due $12.5 million in 2020, and the team has talented second-year TE Dallas Goedert waiting in the wings.

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    • Caleb Wilson WAS TE
      Redskins' Caleb Wilson: No action as a rookie
      12h ago

      Wilson did not suit up for a contest during 2019.

      Wilson spent the final three games of his rookie season on Washington's roster after having been cut by the Cardinals prior to Week 1. The Mr. Irrelevant of the 2019 NFL Draft stands to compete for a depth/special-teams role with the Redskins for 2020.

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    • Deon Yelder KC TE
      Chiefs' Deon Yelder: Minimal 2019 impact
      15h ago

      Yelder collected just three passes for 50 yards on four targets during 2019.

      Yelder was a darkhorse candidate to see some run behind Travis Kelce at the tight end position but it never really materialize, with the second-year tight end remaining behind Blake Bell for reps. While Bell is set to become an unrestricted free agent, Yelder is an exlusive-rights free agent, meaning the Chiefs could tender him a league-minimum contract and keep him around for another season. Even if Yelder is back and Bell is gone, Yelder remains unlikely to see receive much fantasy attention in 2020 as long as Kelce remains healthy.

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    • Blake Bell KC TE
      Chiefs' Blake Bell: Contributes down the stretch
      15h ago

      Bell finished 2019 with just eight catches for 67 yards on 15 targets.

      Bell was brought in to fill the role voided by Demetrius Harris' departure this offseason and essentially did just that. The backup tight end in the Chiefs' offense is unlikely to see a ton of usage in the passing game as long as Travis Kelce is healthy and that was just the case for Bell, who recorded 400 offensive snaps despite little usage as a pass-catcher. He signed just a one-year contract with Kansas City, so there's no guarantee he will be back in the fold in 2020.

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    • Alex Ellis PHI TE
      Eagles' Alex Ellis: Inks deal for 2020
      16h ago

      Ellis signed a reserve/future contract with the Eagles on Monday.

      Ellis played three games with the Eagles this season but logged just six offensive snaps and no targets. He suffered a knee injury in Week 4 and was subsequently let go before returning to the team's practice squad in December. The tight end will aim to carve out a run-blocking role in 2020.

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    • Harrison Butker KC K
      Chiefs' Harrison Butker: Leads NFL in field goals
      14h ago

      Butker finished 2019 with a league-high 34 field goals made and finished third for extra-point makes (45) behind Justin Tucker (57) and Wil Lutz (48).

      Butker missed just one field-goal attempt from inside of 50 yards all season, but he did misfire on three extra-point tries. He has five more years remaining on his contract with the Chiefs and there is nothing to suggest he's falling off in anyway. Given his spot on a high-powered Kansas City squad, Butker should be one of the first kickers off the board in 2020 drafts.

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    • Daniel Carlson OAK K
      Raiders' Daniel Carlson: Costly miss in one-point loss
      20h ago

      Carlson converted three of four field-goal attempts in the Raiders' Week 17 loss to the Broncos, missing a 39-yard attempt wide left in the process.

      Carlson, who missed just one of his 17 field-goal attempts in 10 games with the Raiders during his rookie campaign in 2018, took a step back throughout the latter half of the 2019 season. The Auburn product connected on 73 percent (19 of 26) of his field-goal attempts and missed a pair of extra-point tries in 2019. Carlson especially struggled from lengthier distances, going 6 of 12 from 40-plus yards out. He'll become an exclusive-rights free agent in 2020 as the Raiders make the move to Las Vegas.

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    • Wil Lutz NO K
      Saints' Wil Lutz: Rare miss in wild-card loss
      1d ago

      Lutz made two of three field-goal attempts and converted both of his extra-point attempts in the Saints' 26-20 overtime loss to the Vikings on Sunday.

      Lutz finished the game with a rare miss, pushing the ball wide right on a 43-yard attempt at the end of the first half that would have tied the game at 13. Entering this game, he had made 16 field goals in a row, and Lutz will head into next season as one of the league's most accurate kickers.

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    • Ka'imi Fairbairn HOU K
      Texans' Ka'imi Fairbairn: Sends Texans to divisional round
      2d ago

      Fairbairn converted both of his field-goal attempts in the Texans' 22-19 overtime win over the Bills in their AFC wild-card playoff game.

      Fairbairn booted a 41-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter that sent Houston to the divisional round after an accurate 28-yarder in overtime. The 25-year-old placekicker has made all of his kicks over the last seven games, going 9-of-9 on field goals and 16-of-16 on extra points.

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    • Stephen Hauschka BUF K
      Bills' Stephen Hauschka: Not to blame for wild-card loss
      2d ago

      Hauschka made all four of his field-goal attempts -- from 40, 40 38 and 47 yards -- and his only extra-point try during Saturday's overtime wild-card loss to the Texans.

      Plain and simple, the Bills choked this game away after building a 16-0 lead, but if it wasn't for Hauschka there wouldn't have even been an extra period. Starting in Week 14, Hauschka has been perfect on all of his kicks (15 field-goal tries and six extra-point attempts), so whatever was affecting his normal accuracy earlier in the season has dissipated, while the 47-yarder to tie the game in the final seconds of regulation was incredibly clutch. Given his long track record in the NFL and standing with the Bills, he's almost certain to enter the 2020 season as the camp favorite.

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    • Mike Badgley LAC K
      Chargers' Michael Badgley: Perfect from inside 45 yards
      3d ago

      Badgley converted on 13 of his 16 field-goal attempts in 2019 and did not miss any of his 19 extra points.

      A groin injury ultimately cost Badgley the first eight games of the season, but the second-year kicker returned in Week 9 and proceeded to be a reliable option from 45 yards or less. All three of Badgley's misses came from 46 yards or longer, however, but considering the team's struggles to find a consistent kicker in past seasons, it's unlikely the 24-year-old will have much competition at the position in 2020.

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    • J.J. Watt HOU DE
      Texans' J.J. Watt: More playing time expected
      43m ago

      Watt is expected to see his snap count increase in Sunday's divisional-round playoff game against the Chiefs, John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports.

      Houston head coach Bill O'Brien thought Watt felt "good coming out of" last week's win over the Bills and will continue to evaluate the defensive end leading up to Sunday. Watt, who played last week for the first time since October surgery on his pectoral muscle, was on the field for 52 of 85 snaps against the Bills. His workload increased in the second half and overtime, so it's logical to think Watt will get more playing time against Kansas City.

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    • Vonn Bell NO SS
      Saints' Vonn Bell: Strong play in fourth season
      2h ago

      Bell finished the 2019 season with 89 tackles (66 solo), two forced fumbles, 1.5 sacks, one interception and a touchdown.

      He also recovered five fumbles. The Ohio State product ends the final year of his rookie deal with steady numbers, as he's compiled between 83 and 89 tackles in all four years of his NFL career. Bell started all 13 of his appearances in 2019 while securing his first interception and first touchdown on a scoop-and-score against Seattle in Week 3. The safety is just one of a long list of Saints who will be free agents in 2020.

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    • Janoris Jenkins NO CB
      Saints' Janoris Jenkins: Solid play in two appearances
      2h ago

      Jenkins recorded seven tackles (five solo) and an interception in just two appearances for New Orleans in 2019.

      Jenkins was snagged off waivers by the Saints after the Giants cut him for using a slur on Twitter, and he appeared in two regular-season contests for New Orleans. He was solid in those contests, and he played an important role in the Saints' first-round playoff loss, recording eight tackles (three solo) and a forced fumble. He's under contract through 2021, though his $10.15M salary for 2020 is non-guaranteed, and the Saints could cleanly cut ties with him in the off season. He has 23 career interceptions in eight NFL seasons (including five in 2019), and his proven track record may entice the organization to keep him around for the final year of his deal.

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    • P.J. Williams NO CB
      Saints' P.J. Williams: Underwhelming 2019 campaign
      2h ago

      Williams finished 2019 with 44 tackles (34 solo), 1.0 sacks and an interception.

      Williams finished 2019 with a three-year low in tackles while forcing just one turnover in the campaign. He started just eight of 14 games in which he appeared, and he'll be a free agent in 2020 after playing out the last year of his rookie contract.

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    • Chauncey Gardner-Johnson NO DB
      Saints' Chauncey Gardner-Johnson: Quality rookie campaign
      2h ago

      Gardner-Johnson ended his rookie season with 49 tackles (38 solo), one interception and a forced fumble in 2019.

      The fourth-rounder out of Florida played a key role in New Orleans' defense in his rookie season, starting seven contests and forcing two turnovers. He was in the starting lineup for the final three games of the year and played just over 80 percent of defensive snaps in that stretch, finishing the 2019 campaign on a high note. He'll look to take the next step forward in 2020 when he returns for his second season with the Saints.

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    • Marshon Lattimore NO CB
      Saints' Marshon Lattimore: Named to second Pro-Bowl in 2019
      2h ago

      Lattimore totaled 57 tackles (46 solo) and one interception in 2019.

      He also recorded 14 passes defended. Lattimore was named to his second Pro-Bowl in three seasons thanks to a strong effort as one of the league's most elite corners. In 2019, he allowed a 50.0 percent completion rate, 7.0 yards per target and a 79.4 passer rating when targeted. The 2017 Rookie Defensive Player of the Year is under contract with New Orleans for at least two more years, and he'll try to build on another big year when he returns for his fourth season in 2020.

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