Agree freeing up that much money is a good move for the Seahawks.
well, if there wasnt a team willing to sign him, the Seahawks would be forced to release him for cap reasons.
I think he's a reasonable RB2, but given his age and the abdominal surgery he had, I think it would be unwise to draft him as a RB1.
He may give that kind of production in the first couple of games, but I have my doubts whether he'd be able to keep it up for a full season.
If you could get him as a middling to low end RB2, I'd hold him for about 3 or 4 games, and if he blows the doors off early, and someone offers you RB1 value, then you unload.
I do think (for the raiders sake) that Oakland needs to draft a RB in this draft. It's a reasonably deep draft for RB and the beast is likely only a 1 year starter in Oakland. Maybe that was the plan all along. But a young kid could learn running behind a guy like Lynch for a year before becoming a starter.
3 keeper, 12 team league Standard scoring with QB getting -1 pt for an interception & fumbles 5 points for a defensive safety & 6 points for a defensive TD.
Start 2 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 TE, 1 Kicker, one Def/Sp Tms
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