Wide Receiver

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.

As always, let us know what you think via the comments section below, or hit us up on Twitter.  Be sure to listen to the podcast for updated cuts and signings as well as reactions from Matt Renshaw and myself.

-Justin Williams

QB  |  RB  |  WR  |  TE

Wide Receiver

Jarvis Landry dynasty dadsJarvis LandryDolphinsIt's no secret, I love Juice. Apparently nobody in Miami shares my love because Landry told the Miami Herald that the way the Dolphins have handled his contract negotiation has been "disrespectful." Welp. I'm convinced he plays for a different team next year and he'll be better for it. If Landry goes to a team with a good QB, you can expect him to be ranked very high in WR rankings.
Allen Robinson Dynasty DadsAllen RobinsonJaguarsUnless the Jags foolishly tag A-Rob, you can expect him to get a nice 3-4 year contract elsewhere. Robinson has shown us he can play at an elite level, now we may have to see if he can do it on a different team. Robinson is a great buy-low candidate right now.
sammy watkins dynasty dadsSammy WatkinsRamsI personally don't expect to see Watkins anywhere else than LA in 2018, but stranger things have happened. After floundering in Buffalo, the trade to LA seemed to light a spark and practically saved Watkins' value from dropping even further.
Terrelle Pryor Dynasty DadsTerrelle PryorRedskinsDude, what happened? In 2016, on the Browns, Pryor had 77 receptions and cracked 1,000 yards. He cashes in, runs to Washington, and looked poor in the 9 games he played in. Washington brass can't be too impressed, and I wouldn't put it past the Browns to offer Pryor a contract to bring him back "home." Regardless, not sure I want any Pryor shares until we see where he lands.
paul richardson dynasty dadsPaul RichardsonSeahawksRichardson finally broke out this season since being drafted in the 2nd round in 2014. Although he finally produced in Seattle, I'm not convinced he's a viable WR3 in dynasty leagues. I expect Richardson to sign elsewhere this offseason, and am fully prepared to hear all about how he's a great sleeper candidate. I'm not buying.
Mike Wallace Dynasty DadsMike WallaceRavensMike Wallace is a great weapon to have in dynasty leagues. He is a solid flex play, a great spot play, and/or, a bye week fill in. In Baltimore, we could expect him to give us SOMETHING more often than not. Hopefully Wallace stays, and it makes sense that he would, but his value stays right where it's at if he re-signs.
jordan matthews dynasty dadsJordan MatthewsBillsMatthews isn't that good. Philly knew it, Bills fans know it, and now, hopefully dynasty owners know it too. Can't stay healthy, can't crack 1,000 yards receiving, can't convince me to trade, draft, or acquire him in any format. Don't care where he ends up, not interested.
donte moncrief dynasty dadsDonte MoncriefColtsMoncrief did the exact opposite of what you're supposed to do in a contract year. He posted career lows in targets, receptions, and TD's. While you may blame his misfortune as a lack of "luck," one must wonder if he is anything more than a WR3 in dynasty formats.
marqise lee dynasty dadsMarqise LeeJaguarsI know two things about Marqise Lee. 1. Dude doesn't care for your stupid rule about the letter "u" following the letter "q." 2. Lee can ball y'all. Marqise Lee may never reach WR1 status in fantasy leagues, but he will be a relevant fantasy commodity whether he stays in Jacksonville or not.
eric decker dynasty dadsEric DeckerTitansEric Decker's 2017 was a disappointment, but so was that entire Titans offense. The 31 year-old receiver's ceiling can only be so high, but his landing spot will really impact his fantasy draft position.
dontrelle inman dynasty dadsDontrelle InmanBearsMan, I thought Inman looked good in the Chicago offense. I know that WR corps is ugly, but at least Inman produced. Hopefully the Bears bring him back as a WR2 next season, but if they don't, landing spot will play a huge factor in Dontrelle's ranking.

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