With the NFL Scouting Combine behind us, the next stop in the 2020 NFL Offseason is Franchise Tag designations. On this episode of a Fantasy Football Podcast by the FF Faceoff, Anthony Cervino (@therealnflguru) and Mike Hauff (@theffrealist) will not only discuss the latest NFL Franchise Tag 2020 News, Rumors and Predictions, but they will also give you the fantasy football impact when and if one is necessary. On top of franchise tag news, the guys will also take a lap around the league and let you know the latest NFL Free Agency Rumors as well on this jam-packed episode. Will Dak Prescott be tagged? Will the Buccaneers retain Jameis Winston? Is Matthew Stafford on the trading block? Find out right now.
Looking for weekly fantasy football advice and lineup strategy? Then don’t forget that Anthony and Mike will always answer and address all of your fantasy football advice and strategy questions in the live chat right here on the show! Have an off-air comment? The guys will always answer them in a timely manner!
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