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Working the Wire: Who's Got Next in Tampa?

Kevin Payne

Kevin Payne

Kevin has worked for Rotowire just under a decade and has covered basketball, baseball and football. A glutton for punishment, he roots for his hometown Bills, Sabres and the New York Yankees. He hosts the RotoWire SiriusXM show every Wednesday and Friday and you can follow him on Twitter @KCPayne26.

Typically every week it's easy to identify good free agents, but this week was an exception. Outside of a few obvious quarterback injuries there weren't too many obvious players to highlight who already haven't been discussed here the last couple weeks. So if you're looking for someone you think was an obvious add this week, check out the archives and you'll probably find them mentioned in the last two weeks of columns.


Secondary Targets

Ryan Fitzpatrick, TEN -
Jake Locker is done for the season with a right foot injury, making Fitzpatrick the starter for the Titans. Prepare to watch games and have the announcers mention five times a game that he graduated from Harvard. Fitzpatrick looked decent in relief Sunday with an 8.0 YPA and two passing ...

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