Updated Free Agent Grid
- Odell Beckham heads to Cleveland in exchange for a first-round pick, a third-round pick, and Jabrill Peppers. Beckham's ADP generally rested in the late second round before Tuesday (19.07 BB10/20.6 DRAFT), but in Cleveland the Baker Mayfield offense will take Beckham to new heights, even with Jarvis Landry, David Njoku, and others around. Eli Manning is well beneath 'below average,' and now Beckham gets a looming top-five quarterback. Beckham will torch. Mayfield averaged 282 yards and 2.38 touchdowns per game under Freddie Kitchens last year, and everything just got easier. If you take Beckham in late first round he will not hurt you. With Odell no longer in New York, Sterling Shepard (103.93 BB10/119.7 DRAFT) will take on an enormous workload in 2019, and Evan Engram figures to benefit similarly. Beckham's arrival is bad news for Antonio Callaway and Breshad Perriman, on the other hand.
- Latavius Murray agreed to a four-year deal with New Orleans. Alvin Kamara is the truth and Murray is probably less of a threat for snaps than Mark Ingram was, but Murray brings certain tangible skills that make him a desirable target in New Orleans' generous system. Who knows where his ADP will settle – as of press time it was 156.3 on DRAFT and 180.64 on BestBall10s – but it will scream upward and in a weak rookie running back class it might end up in the seventh-round range, and perhaps with good reason. Murray isn't exactly elusive