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  • Nick Folk K-NYJ
    1/16, 4:38 pm
    • Folk converted 27 of 31 field-goal...

      Folk converted 27 of 31 field-goal attempts and 24 of 26 extra points during the 2016 season.

      Analysis: Folk had a quietly-solid season for the Jets in 2016. However, given how he did in fact play for the Jets, you never knew what to expect from him on a weekly basis, rendering him unserviceable in most formats. Case in point, look at his numbers from Week 9 and Week 10. In Week 9 against the Dolphins, Folk made three field goals and three extra points only to come back with a clunker (thanks to a missed PAT) the game after. With the team's quarterback situation far from solved, expect more uncertainty out of Folk in 2017.

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  • 1/16, 4:25 pm
    • Hauschka made both of his field-goal...

      Hauschka made both of his field-goal attempts and both extra points during Seattle's divisional-round playoff loss to Atlanta.

      Analysis: Hauschka was mistake-free on Saturday, but with the Seahawks leaving Atlanta with a loss, the veteran is now set to hit free agency. He played the 2016 season under the last year of a three-year contract extension at a price tag of $2.7 million. Considering he led the league with seven missed PATs this season, don't be surprised if Seattle transitions to a younger and cheaper option at kicker.

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  • 1/16, 4:12 pm
    • Hilliard signed a futures contract with...

      Hilliard signed a futures contract with the Texans on Monday, The Houston Chronicle reports.

      Analysis: Hilliard, who finished the season on the Texans' practice squad, is yet to see any game action since being taken in the seventh round out of LSU back in 2015. He'll likely contend for No. 3 duties behind Lamar Miller and Alfred Blue.

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  • 1/16, 3:34 pm
    • Hali intends to play in the...

      Hali intends to play in the 2017 season and likely beyond, The Kansas City Star reports.

      Analysis: Hali, who will turn 34 next season, is under contract with the Chiefs for the next two years but reportedly hopes to play on for another four. However, the veteran logged a season-low seven snaps against the Steelers on Sunday -- five fewer than reserve edge rusher Frank Zombo. Considering the Chiefs were coming off a bye and Hali himself confirmed he was feeling fresh and ready to go for the playoffs, it doesn't appear health was a factor in this near benching. At the same time, Hali still looks to have something left in the tank, so it was truly surprising the Chiefs didn't use him more. Cutting him would actually lose the team cap space, so that's not a remote possibility in the offseason, but it looks like Hali could be asked to accept a decreased workload if he wants to continue his career.

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  • 1/16, 3:13 pm
    • Prosise finished with 30 rushes for...

      Prosise finished with 30 rushes for 172 yards and a touchdown, and 17 receptions (on 19 targets) for 208 yards in six games played this season.

      Analysis: Prosise was drafted in the third round to add depth to the Seahawks backfield after Marshawn Lynch retired last offseason. While his skill set as a former college receiver brought something unique to Seattle's offense, Prosise's rookie campaign was derailed by injuries. Prosise cracked a bone in his right hand during his NFL debut, which kept him sidelined until Week 7, and then missed the rest of the season after fracturing his scapula in Week 11. Those durability issues make Prosise hard to rely on, but he certainly showed a dynamic skill set when healthy, as he went for over 100 all-purpose yards in two of his six outings and averaged over eight yards per touch.

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