Brian Hartline WR MIA 3 Days

Hartline was released by the Dolphins on Friday,'s Ian Rapoport reports.

Following consecutive 1,000-yard seasons, Hartline produced an ugly 39-474-2 receiving line on 63 targets in 2014. He's never been an explosive player, and his per-target production is typically underwhelming. With Mike Wallace also carrying a bloated contract, the Miami receiving corps may undergo an offseason overhaul. Jarvis Landry is seemingly assured of a big role in 2015, but it remains to be seen how the rest will shake out. As for Hartline, the 28-year-old wideout should be able to find a team that allows him to compete for a starting job in training camp. However, he's unlikely to re-emerge as a 1,000-yard receiver.

Matt Hasselbeck QB IND 4 Days

Hasselbeck signed a one-year contract with the Colts, Kevin Bowen of reports.

Hasselbeck will return for a third straight year as the top backup to Andrew Luck, who has yet to miss a game through three NFL seasons. It's an ideal gig for the 39-year-old former Seahawk, as he hasn't been needed in a meaningful situation since signing with the Colts in 2013.

Steven Jackson RB ATL 4 Days6 Comments

Jackson was released by the Falcons on Thursday.

There was never any chance Jackson would be retained under the same contract, which called for a base salary of $3.75 million in 2015. It's possible the two sides will look to work out a less costly agreement, but it probably makes more sense for Jackson to move on. While far from the dominant force we saw in St. Louis, Jackson still offers a respectable combination of power running, pass blocking, and receiving skills. He'd profile well as a backup for a contending team, and he likely still has designs on finally playing for a decent squad. Jackson thought he would get his Super Bowl shot in Atlanta, only to watch the team go 10-22 over the last two seasons. As for the Falcons, in-house options at running back are led by 2014 fourth-round selection Devonta Freeman, with both Jacquizz Rodgers and Antone Smith slated to become unrestricted free agents.

Ricky Jean-Francois DL WAS 4 Days

Jean-Francois signed a three-year, $11.25 million contract with the Redskins on Thursday,'s Ian Rapoport reports.

Jean-Francois was released by the Colts earlier this week, making him eligible to sign with a new team before the start of the free agency period. He figures to at least compete for a starting job in Washington, but he's never been much of an IDP producer, with just 96 tackles (64 solo) and 8.5 sacks through five NFL seasons.

Kendall Langford DL STL 4 Days

Langford was released by the Rams on Thursday, ESPN's Nick Wagoner reports.

In Aaron Donald and Michael Brockers, the Rams have a pair of former first-round draft picks at defensive tackle. The team is reportedly willing to bring Langford back for a figure much lower than the $6 million he was scheduled to make in 2015, but it's believed the veteran defensive tackle will look for a starting job. If he ultimately returns to St. Louis, Langford will likely be the team's top defensive tackle off the bench.

Kiko Alonso LB BUF 4 Days

Alonso, coming off ACL surgery last July, expects to be ready to be fully ready for July's training camp. "I anticipate being 100 percent before camp," Alonso told "By camp, I definitely feel I'll be at 100 percent. I feel very good with where I'm at. By camp I'll be full go."

Alonso recorded 159 tackles in his rookie season before injuring himself in a workout ahead of last season, and ended up missing the whole campaign. He's surely going to have a starting spot for 2015, but his exact role remains unclear. There's some small benefit in that the defensive coordinator for Alonso's healthy campaign was Mike Pettine, whose defense will somewhat resemble whatever Rex Ryan throws out there this season, as opposed to the one Jim Schwartz used last season when Alonso was injured.

Anthony Fasano TE KC 4 Days

The Chiefs have released Fasano, ESPN's Adam Teicher reports.

Fasano, who finished the 2014 season with 25 catches on 37 targets for 226 yards and four touchdowns, should catch on elsewhere as a depth tight end, but probably the most significant aspect of his release from a fantasy perspective is that it should lead to added opportunities in the Chiefs' offense for the promising Travis Kelce.

Michael Roos TEN 4 Days

Roos (knee) announced his retirement from the NFL on Thursday, Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean reports.

The former second-round pick played 10 seasons in the NFL, all with the Titans. He earned his lone Pro Bowl invite and All-Pro recognition in 2008, and was a key run blocker during Chris Johnson's 2,000-yard season in 2009. He saw his final season with the Titans come to an early conclusion after five games when he required microfracture surgery on his right knee. Taylor Lewan, who was the Titans' first-round selection in the 2014 NFL Draft, is expected to serve as the long-term successor for Roos.

Mike Wallace WR MIA 4 Days8 Comments

Wallace is on the trade block, according to the Miami Herald.

This shouldn't come as a shock to anyone after the "he said, he said" incident that happened in the final game of last season and with Wallace being unhappy in the Miami offense. The problem however will be finding a team willing to take on a contract that is is nowhere near equal to the level of production supplied.

Will Blackmon DB JAC 4 Days

The Jaguars will release Blackmon, the Florida Times-Union reports.

The move saves the Jags $920,000 against their salary cap, with Blackmon a candidate to catch on elsewhere as a depth cornerback, on the heels of a 2014 season in which he was limited to eight games, recording 30 tackles and a sack in the process.