The offseason is here! One of the biggest dates for dynasty owners to know is March 14, 2018. Why? Because that is the day the 2018 Free Agents are available for NFL teams to sign. There are plenty of big names on this list that are surely owned in your leagues. Be ahead of the game, know who's coming, and who's going, and react accordingly!
Below, you will find my notes on all of the most notable unrestricted free agent QB's, RB's, WR's, and TE's. Keep in mind, there will be cuts (oh, hey, Doug Martin), but this is a great place to start as these guys are all currently scheduled to hit the open market.
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QB | RB | WR | TE
| ||PLAYER||2017 TEAM||NOTES
|Jimmy Graham||Seahawks||Jimmy Graham's production in Seattle never came close to that of his days in New Orleans. With that being said, he did finally have a 10 TD season this year. Coach Carroll has said he wants to re-sign Jimmy G, but does Graham really want to go back? Cash in on the big TD year and change the scenery, big fella!
|Tyler Eifert||Bengals||We've only seen Tyler Eifert in 10 games the past 2 seasons combined. Multiple back surgeries have really hurt his value. Eifert has produced in the past however, in 2015, he caught 13 TD's. It's anyone's guess if he comes back to the Bengals in 2018, but something tells me we're due for a bounce back season regardless of the team. Some NFL team is going to sign him on a "prove it" type of deal.
|Antonio Gates||Chargers||Gates is a surefire hall of fame tight end and one of the greatest Chargers of all-time. He wants to come back next year, and something tells me the Chargers will oblige. While some may feel Gates hampers Hunter Henry's potential, I think the opposite. Henry is still learning and will be one of my top TE targets this season.
|Austin Seferian-Jenkins||Jets||The Jets fans and beat writers are calling for ownership to re-sign ASJ, and I can't blame them. Seferian-Jenkins is coming off of a career year in which he posted 357 yards on 50 grabs with 3 TD's. The best thing that could happen to the former 2nd rounder is he stays put.