7 months agoPatriots Releasing Martellus Bennett rotoballer.com
The New England Patriots are releasing tight end Martellus Bennett on [...]
8 months agoPackers Lose Grievance Against Martellus Bennett rotoballer.com
This article references and more! The Green Bay Packers lost their grievance against New England Patriots tight end Martellus Bennett in their effort to recover the signing bonus they gave him, according to a source. Bennett was a free-agent bust for Green Bay, catching just 24 passes for 233 yards and no touchdowns in seven games while dealing with his shoulder injury. He's fully healthy now, although New England could choose to move on from him. However, they'd likely keep him around if Rob Gronkowski hangs up his cleats.Keep on reading: Packers Lose Grievance Against Martellus Bennett
8 months agoMartellus Bennett Wants To Keep Playing rotoballer.com
This article references Martellus Bennett and more! New England Patriots tight end Martellus Bennett has decided that he wants to continue playing despite contemplating retirement in 2017, according to sources. Bennett is due a $2 million roster bonus March 14, so the Patriots must make a decision. He'll carry a modest $6.2 million salary cap hit. After surprising for New England in 2016, Bennett was a flop in Green Bay and back with the Pats last season, catching a combined 30 passes for 286 yards and no touchdowns, but a shoulder injury especia[...]Keep on reading: Martellus Bennett Wants To Keep Playing
8 months agoMartellius Bennett May Be Cut rotoballer.com
This article references and more! New England Patriots tight end Martellus Bennett is a candidate for release. Bennett's shoulder issues limited him to just two games after coming over from the Packers last year. He is owed a $2 million roster bonus in March, so the Patriots may ask him to take a pay cut if he does not retire. New England can save $6.2 million from releasing Bennett.Keep on reading: Martellius Bennett May Be Cut
8 months agoBiggest Risers and Fallers - Tight Ends rotoballer.com
This article references Andrew Luck, Austin Hooper, Brandon Marshall, Coby Fleener, Delanie Walker, Eric Ebron, Evan Engram, Hunter Henry, Jack Doyle, Jason Witten, Jordan Reed, Keenan Allen, Martellus Bennett, Matthew Stafford, Nick Foles, O.J. Howard, Sterling Shepard, Travis Kelce, Tyler Eifert, Zach Ertz and more! So far we've looked at the biggest risers and fallers at the quarterback , running back and wide receiver positions. This time we're looking at tight ends who improved their stock or saw it plummet.
Tight end isn't the most glamorous position, especially in terms of fantasy numbers, but it's an essential part of the game nonetheless. If you hitched your TE wagon onto one of these rising stars early, it may have made a huge difference. On the other hand, clinging onto perenially-injured pl[...]Keep on reading: Biggest Risers and Fallers - Tight Ends
10 months agoHeroes and Zeroes - Week 17 Fantasy Football Picks rotoballer.com
This article references aaron jones, Aaron Rodgers, Adrian Peterson, Alex Smith, Andrew Luck, Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Brett Hundley, Bryce Petty, Charles Clay, Davante Adams, Demaryius Thomas, Derek Carr, Emmanuel Sanders, Jacoby Brissett, Jamaal Williams, Jordan Howard, Jordy Nelson, Kelvin Benjamin, Marshawn Lynch, Martellus Bennett, Paxton Lynch, Randall Cobb, Travis Kelce, Ty Montgomery and more! Nothing is over until we say it's over! These famous words, yelled emphatically by Bluto Blutarski, can and should be uttered by any fantasy commissioner forcing his leaguemates to play for anything meaningful in Week 17. If you are in need of lineup help for the most unpredictable set of games on any day of the sports year, I'm still here to offer my best educated guesses as to who will blow up and who will simply blow.
If you're here for DFS advice, you've also come to the right place. Whil[...]Keep on reading: Heroes and Zeroes - Week 17 Fantasy Football Picks
10 months agoUnder-the-Radar Booms/Busts: Week 14 rotoballer.com
This article references Antonio Brown, Blake Bortles, Corey Coleman, David Njoku, DeShone Kizer, Dwayne Allen, Ed Dickson, Jimmy Garoppolo, Jordan Reed, Josh Doctson, Josh Gordon, Marqise Lee, Marquise Goodwin, Martellus Bennett, Pierre Garcon, Rob Gronkowski, Terrelle Pryor, Tom Brady and more!
If your fantasy team survived unlucky Week 13 (unlike many of the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals), then you are gearing up for one of the biggest weeks of the fantasy football season.
This is the last week of the regular season or the opening week of the playoffs in most fantasy football leagues. If you and your fantasy squad have gotten this far and still have championship aspirations, you must have done a bang-up job picking the right booms and busts on a weekly basis.[...]Keep on reading: Under-the-Radar Booms/Busts: Week 14
11 months agoMartellus Bennett Being Placed On IR rotoballer.com
This article references Martellus Bennett and more! New England Patriots tight end Martellus Bennett (shoulder, hamstring) will be placed on Injured Reserve, which will end his season, according to a league source. Bennett played in just two games with the Patriots after being claimed from the Packers, and he was limited to only a handful of snaps in both games. He'll reportedly have surgery on his ailing shoulder, and it's unclear if he'll choose to continue his playing career into 2018. Dwayne Allen, who has been a non-factor for New England, w[...]Keep on reading: Martellus Bennett Being Placed On IR
11 months agoMartellus Bennett, Mike Gillislee Inactive rotoballer.com
This article references Martellus Bennett, Mike Gillislee and more! New England Patriots tight end Martellus Bennett (shoulder, hamstring) and running back Mike Gillislee are inactive for [...]Keep on reading: Martellus Bennett, Mike Gillislee Inactive
11 months agoMartellus Bennett Listed As Doubtful rotoballer.com
This article references Martellus Bennett and more! New England Patriots tight end Martellus Bennett (shoulder, hamstring) did not practice Thursday and Friday and is doubtful to play in Week 12 against the Dolphins. Bennett has been playing through an injured shoulder for much of the year, but New England will likely rest him against a poor Miami team. Rob Gronkowski remains the club's best pass-catching tight end, so Bennett is a weak TE2 option even when active. Dwayne Allen should resume backup duties this weekend but isn't a fantasy option.Keep on reading: Martellus Bennett Listed As Doubtful