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RankTeamW-L-TPctStkWaiverForAgainst
1 13-4-0.765W342,297.612,107.13
2 +111-6-0.647W192,545.892,264.10
3 -111-6-0.647L282,515.612,267.69
4 10-7-0.588W1102,504.592,392.58
5 10-7-0.588W432,357.472,189.18
6 +110-7-0.588W262,313.422,202.22
7 -19-8-0.529L572,310.832,355.09
8 5-12-0.294L112,163.542,423.94
9 3-14-0.176L452,151.382,485.89
10 3-14-0.176L121,928.132,400.65
* Rank change shown is from week 16 - 17

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  • 3/5, 2:53 pm
    • Freeman received a qualifying offer from...

      Freeman received a qualifying offer from the Colts on Thursday, the team's official website reports.

      Analysis: A restricted free agent, Freeman has seemingly done enough to warrant a second-round tender, and it's unlikely any team would be willing to part with such a high pick for his services. While somewhat limited by injuries in 2014, he's one of the more consistent starters for Indy's shaky defense. Freeman finished the 2014 regular season with 94 tackles in 12 games, serving in a three-down role when healthy.

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  • Dan Herron RB-IND
    3/5, 2:49 pm
    • The Colts made an exclusive-rights tender...

      The Colts made an exclusive-rights tender to Herron on Thursday, the team's official website reports.

      Analysis: Herron is an exclusive-rights free agent, which means he really isn't a free agent at all. He'll be back with the Colts in 2015, after leading the team's backfield during the 2014 postseason. He showcased a solid combination of tough running and receiving skills, but the Colts will likely want to bring in some competition for touches, at the very least. Indianapolis has been linked to some of the big-name running backs that will soon become free agents, so Herron's stock largely depends on how the rest of the offseason plays out. Trent Richardson is unlikely to be back with the Colts, and Ahmad Bradshaw (leg) -- an impending free agent himself -- is a perpetual injury concern.

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  • 3/5, 2:32 pm
    • Simpson signed a two-year contract with...

      Simpson signed a two-year contract with the 49ers on Thursday.

      Analysis: Arguably known for his legal issues more so than his play on the field, Simpson was released by the Vikings in September while serving a three-game suspension to open the 2014 season. The suspension was for a November 2013 DUI arrest, and his release was prompted by a July arrest for violating a limited driver's license, marijuana possession and open bottle. It's unclear whether the 29-year-old wide receiver will receive further discipline from the NFL, but either way, he'll likely have to compete for a roster spot in training camp.

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  • Greg Olsen TE-CAR
    3/5, 2:25 pm
    • Olsen signed a three-year, $22.5 million...

      Olsen signed a three-year, $22.5 million contract extension with the Panthers on Thursday, the team's official website reports.

      Analysis: Olsen will turn 30 on March 11, but he hasn't shown any signs of decline, and has arguably even improved in recent seasons. The new contract will run through 2018, ensuring that Olsen is one of Cam Newton's favorite targets for the foreseeable future. The veteran tight end posted career-high marks for receptions (84), targets (122) and receiving yards (1,008) in 2014.

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  • Joe Mays LB-KC
    3/5, 2:06 pm
    • Mays was released by the Chiefs...

      Mays was released by the Chiefs on Thursday, ESPN's Adam Teicher reports.

      Analysis: Mays injured his wrist during the 2014 preseason and subsequently spent the first eight games of the year on IR-designated to return. He was expected to start upon making his return, but that didn't come to fruition until late in the season, and even then Mays wasn't an every-down player. The Chiefs hope to have Derrick Johnson (Achilles) back in 2015, with the other starting inside linebacker spot likely manned by Josh Mauga. Mays has already played for four different teams through six seasons, and his best-case scenario for 2015 is the opportunity to compete for a starting job.

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