We have a loaded slate on today’s episode of a Fantasy Football Podcast by the FF Faceoff. Not only will Anthony Cervino (@therealnflguru) and Mike Hauff (@theffrealist) welcome back Dan Siegel and ATL Mikey to the program, but they will also cover the latest NFL News and Rumors from around the league with a fantasy football spin including:
-NFL Draft notes
-The Buccaneers could be looking to trade TE O.J. Howard
-Bengals RB Joe Mixon could potentially holdout for a new deal
-The Browns deny the rumors that they were trying to trade WR Odell Beckham Jr. to the Vikings
-Texans HC Bill O’Brien views RB David Johnson as a “three-down back”
-The Seahawks want to use WR D.K. Metcalf’s versatility in an expanded role in the passing game in 2020
-Rams QB Jared Goff is willing to restructure his contract to open up cap room for the team
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!
FF Faceoff: NFL News and Rumors: Joe Mixon Holdout?, NFL Draft 2020 Notes, O.J. Howard trade? – The Grueling Truth The Grueling Truth Radio
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