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FF Faceoff: NFL Free Agency 2020: Day 3 News, Rumors | Tom Brady Leaving Patriots for Buccaneers REACTION

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We are three days into NFL Free Agency 2020 and are already in unprecedented territory. However, business has begun to pick up. To start the day, Tom Brady finally announced what we all expected — he is leaving the Patriots. Where will he end up? The Buccaneers appear to be the spot. The jury is still out, but the smart money is on the Chargers and Buccaneers. However, I wouldn’t rule out the 49ers just yet despite reports denying San Franciso as a landing spot.

And how about the NFL news that broke after we went off the air last night? Not only did the Dallas Cowboys re-sign Amari Cooper to a blockbuster five-year deal, but Byron Jones reset the defensive back market signing a monster deal with the Dolphins while Stefon Diggs finally got his wish, a trade out of Minnesota, as the Vikings traded the disgruntled diva wideout to the Buffalo Bills for a massive return. What is the fantasy football impact?

Tune in right now to a Fantasy Football Podcast by the FF Faceoff for Anthony Cervino (@therealnflguru) and Mike Hauff’s (@theffrealist) instant reaction to all the happenings around the league. On top of all of that, we will also cover any other NFL News and Rumors that will trickle in throughout the day on this absolutely loaded episode.

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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