Free Agency Fantasy Winners and Losers


  1. Mike Glennon: QB – Chicago Bears

Although there’s a chance Mike Glennon might not work out in Chicago, he’s still a decent fantasy option with a ton of upside. As long as he isn’t this year’s Brock Osweiler, Glennon will have a chance to be fantasy relevant. He hasn’t had much experience as a starter, but was impressive at times in Tampa Bay. With a few more years under his belt, he might become a decent starter. He won’t be a top ten fantasy option at quarterback, but he’ll be a serviceable option that should warrant a spot on a roster in most leagues.


  1. Carson Wentz: QB – Philadelphia Eagles

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Free Agency Team Grades

alshon.jpgAlshon Jeffery to the Philadelphia Eagles – 1 year, $14 million: A+

Alshon Jeffery has the potential to be a Pro Bowler every season. He’s coming off a disappointing season, but is looking to rebuild his reputation with a strong year in Philadelphia before becoming a free agent again next offseason. Carson Wentz needs receiver help, and getting Jeffery for $14 million was a no-brainer.


Calais Campbell to the Jacksonville Jaguars – 4 years, $60 million: C

Calais Campbell has been a dominating player for the Cardinals for many years. He’s currently worth the $15 million per season that the Jaguars are paying him, but he probably won’t be the same player in the third and fourth years of this contract. He’s not a young player anymore, so this contract could be a mistake if his level of play diminishes. Continue reading “Free Agency Team Grades”