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1.Will Fuller: Optimism abounds (RotoWire) General manager Brian Gaine reiterated Thursday that Fuller (knee) is expected to be ready to go for Week 1, Sarah Bishop of ESPN reports. Analysis: Gaine said Fuller has been rehabbing in Houston all offseason and the receiver has yet to suffer a setback in his recovery from a torn ACL. Head coach Bill O'Brien expressed a similar level of optimism earlier this month and even went as far to suggest Fuller could be back on the field, in some capacity, for training camp. The Notre Dame product will be roughly nine months removed from surgery by that time, but there remains no firm timetable for his exact return to action and it wouldn't... (More)5 days
2.GM expects Will Fuller to be ready for W... (Rotoworld) Texans GM Brian Gaine expects Will Fuller (ACL) to be ready for Week 1. Analysis: Fuller suffered a torn ACL in late October. "Everything is trending in the right direction," Gaine added. "Everything is looking good." Coach Bill O'Brien has said there is a "chance" Fuller is ready for the start of training camp, but it is likely the Texans ease the oft-injured receiver into action. If Fuller and Keke Coutee can stay healthy behind DeAndre Hopkins, the Texans will have the makings of an explosive passing attack.5 days
3.Patriots sign WR Demaryius Thomas (FFToday) The #Patriots are giving former #Broncos and #Texans WR a 1-year deal worth up $6M, source said. They discussed trading for him last year, signed him this year. Analysis: Thomas will be reunited with offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels. His coming off his second Achilles injury in December and won't be a lock to make the roster. The Patriots current wide receiver depth chart reads as , , Thomas, and .6 days
4.Travis Benjamin: Signs one-year extension (RotoWire) Benjamin and the Chargers have agreed to a one-year extension through 2020, with the wideout receiving a signing bonus in exchange for reducing his 2019 base salary, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Analysis: Coming off a 2018 campaign with just 12 receptions, seven carries and five punt returns in 12 games, Benjamin was scheduled for a non-guaranteed $5.25 million base salary and a $6.5 million cap hit in 2019. The new deal secures his roster spot for the upcoming season, and the departure of Tyrell Williams (Raiders) leaves Benjamin as the favorite for the No. 3 job at wide receiver. There is some potential for Dylan Cantrell, Geremy Da... (More)7 days
5.Travis Benjamin lands one-year extension (Rotoworld) Chargers signed Travis Benjamin to a one-year extension through 2020. Analysis: The new deal gives Benjamin a $5.5 million signing bonus in exchange for a $4.25 million reduction in his 2019 base salary, saving the Chargers $2.75 million in cap space. Benjamin caught just 12 passes in as many games as the No. 4 receiver last season, but he should play a bigger role moving forward following Tyrell Williams' offseason defection.7 days