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1.Darius Jennings: Serving as kick returner (RotoWire) Jennings served as a kick return specialist in spring workouts, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Analysis: Jennings is being mentioned as the favorite for the No. 6 slot on a depth chart headlined by Corey Davis, Adam Humphries and A.J. Brown. However, it's not certain Tennessee will even carry six wideouts on the active roster, making Jennings far from a lock to make the team out of training camp. Other depth receivers, such as Cameron Batson, have also been reported to have had impressive offseasons and still have plenty of time to bump Jennings from his perch.4 minutes
2.Dan Arnold: Competing for roster spot (RotoWire) Arnold is competing for a roster spot, Sean Fazende of FOX 8 Sports reports. Analysis: With Jared Cook and Josh Hill locked into roster spots, there seems to be a competition brewing for the No. 3 role behind them. Joining Arnold in that endeavor is Garrett Griffin and seventh-round rookie Alize Mack. It seems to be a wide-open race at this point and only training camp will decide the victor. In 10 games with the Saints in 2018, Arnold caught 12 of 19 targets for 150 yards and one touchdown.1 hour
3.Jaquiski Tartt on track for training cam... (Rotoworld) 49ers SS Jaquiski Tartt (shoulder) is on track for training camp. Analysis: Tartt was cleared for live reps at minicamp. He missed eight games and finished last year on IR but managed to avoid surgery. With the 49ers moving to a Wide-9 scheme, Tartt should see time at both safety spots.1 hour
4.Virgil Green: Ready for No. 2 role (RotoWire) Green is excited to have Hunter Henry (knee) back in the fold for 2019, Hayley Elwood of the Chargers' official site reports. Analysis: After missing the vast majority of the 2018 season to a torn ACL, Henry has re-established himself as the No. 1 tight end this offseason, pushing Green back to a No. 2 role. However, Green is a nice blocking complement to the receiving-oriented Henry, so there should still be plenty of playing time for both of them in 2019. With Antonio Gates no longer in the fold -- and only likely to be brought back if the injury bug were to bite Henry or Green -- the only remote competition Green legitimately has f... (More)1 hour
5.Detrez Newsome: Heightened expectations in 2019 (RotoWire) Offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt expects Newsome to take a step forward in his second season, Ricky Henne of the Chargers' official site reports. Analysis: Newsome beat the odds and somehow made the leap from going undrafted out of Western Carolina in 2018 to making the Chargers' 53-man roster out of training camp. He was only active for 10 games (including playoffs) -- and only logged an offensive snap in four of them -- but Newsome showed he can be a useful backup given his eight-touch, 53-yard performance against the Chiefs in Week 15. While there are only so many touches to go around behind Melvin Gordon, Austin Ekeler and Jus... (More)1 hour
6.Joshua Dobbs: Facing competition from Rudolph (RotoWire) Dobbs is facing competition from Mason Rudolph for the backup quarerback job, Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. Analysis: Dobbs held down the No. 2 role in 2018 while Rudolph accustomed himself to the rigors of the NFL, but the Tennessee product was unimpressive when pressed into action and ultimately logged the lowest passer rating among all quarterbacks who attempted at least 10 passes in 2019. It would be of little surprise if Rudolph, a 2018 third-round pick, were to usurp the backup job at some point before Week 1.1 hour
7.Mason Rudolph: Competing for No. 2 role (RotoWire) Rudolph is competing with Joshua Dobbs for the No. 2 role at quarterback, Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. Analysis: Dobbs, a 2017 fourth-rounder, served as the team's top backup in 2018 while Rudolph, a 2018 third-rounder, acclimated to life in the NFL. Now that both have had a chance to learn the ropes, it seems there could be more of a competition for the No. 2 role this time around. It's not clear if the Steelers are again open to carrying three quarterbacks on the active roster in 2019.1 hour
8.Jeff Driskel: Not safe in No. 2 role (RotoWire) Driskel is facing competition from rookie Ryan Finley for the backup quarterback job, Laurel Pfahler of the Dayton Daily News reports. Analysis: Driskel served as a third-stringer in 2016 and 2017 before climbing to No. 2 in 2018. While the Bengals' decision to draft Finley in the fourth round threatens his placement on the depth chart, it's possible Cincinnati carries all three signal callers on the active roster when the regular season rolls around anyway. In any case, it'd likely take a strong preseason from Finley for the organization to feel comfortable with having a rookie serve as the backup behind Andy Dalton, who's coming off... (More)2 hours
9.Chad Henne: Likely to stick around (RotoWire) Henne seems likely to win the No. 2 job at quarterback, Brooke Pryor of the Kansas City Star reports. Analysis: The Chiefs brought in a number of young faces to take reps at quarterback this offseason, but the 33-year-old Henne is clearly the most capable of running Andy Reid's offense should something happen to Pat Mahomes. None of his competition -- John Lovett, Chase Litton, Kyle Shurmur -- are older than 23 and have logged a pass attempt as a pro.2 hours
10.Colts unlikely to trade Jacoby Brissett (Rotoworld) Colts GM Chris Ballard said he hasn't had "good enough" offers to trade Jacoby Brissett. Analysis: There's been some interest in Brissett, but the Colts have a high asking price. He looks destined to play out the final year of his rookie deal as the backup to Andrew Luck. Brissett has held his own as a starter, but it would likely take an injury for any team to be willing to step up.2 hours
11.DeShone Kizer: Drawing poor offseason reviews (RotoWire) Kizer did not perform well in spring workouts, Mark Feldmann of the Journal Times reports. Analysis: Neither did Tim Boyle, reportedly, which is not good news for a Packers organization that has seen Aaron Rodgers fall to injury each of the past two seasons -- especially during a pad-less time in the offseason in which skill players are typically overhyped. There's plenty of time for both guys to turn things around in training camp, but it's also possible that Green Bay somehow acquires a more serviceable option ahead of the regular season.2 hours
12.Chase Daniel: Favorite for No. 2 job (RotoWire) Daniel is the favorite to win the backup job behind Mitch Trubisky, Adam Jahns of The Athletic reports. Analysis: With $3 million of Daniel's 2019 salary already having been guaranteed, Tyler Bray -- Daniel's only competition -- is an extreme longshot to unseat him as the No. 2 quarterback behind Mitch Trusbisky. Financials aside, Daniel also holds a stark advantage over Bray in terms of both experience and historical efficiency. Altogether, we'd agree that Daniel is the clear favorite to hold down the backup quarterback job in Chicago for at least another year.2 hours
13.Matt Barkley: Favorite for backup role (RotoWire) Barkley seems to have an advantage over Tyree Jackson for the No. 2 quarterback role, Jay Skurski of the Buffalo News reports. Analysis: Buffalo carried two quarterbacks on the active roster in 2018, so it seems unlikely that both Barkley and Jackson stick around. That Jackson is a candidate for the practice squad only boosts Barkley's odds of being the guy to win out. In any case, Barkley has already shown that he can be a serviceable No. 2 should something happen to Josh Allen -- given Barkley's two-touchdown performance in the Bills' 41-10 victory over the Jets in Week 10 of last season.3 hours
14.Tom Savage: Expected to win No. 2 role (RotoWire) Savage is expected to win the No. 2 quarterback job, Chris Burke of The Athletic reports. Analysis: Savage reportedly operated as the top backup throughout OTAs and minicamp. Connor Cook is no longer in town and only David Fales is around to compete for the gig entering training camp. Given Fales' lack of starting experience, Savage seems like Detroit's best option if someone were to happen to Matthew Stafford.3 hours
15.Logan Thomas: Good bet for roster spot (RotoWire) Thomas is "locked in" for a roster spot, Chris Burke of The Athletic reports. Analysis: Thomas has reportedly been a pleasant surprise for Detroit and his placement as the No. 3 option on the depth chart was seemingly made clear by the recent dismissal of fellow tight end Michael Roberts (shoulder). While he's highly unlikely to move up barring an injury to T.J. Hockenson or Jesse James, Thomas clearly has a leg up on Isaac Nauta and Jerome Cunningham ahead of training camp. With that said, it's possible Detroit keeps four tight ends anyway, which only provides Thomas with even more job security ahead of the 2019 campaign.3 hours
16.Nick Bawden: Candidate for PUP list (RotoWire) Bawden (knee) is a candidate to open the regular season on the Physically Unable to Perform list, Chris Burke of The Athletic reports. Analysis: Bawden has yet to practice in full since tearing an ACL last July. Detroit is going to have some tough choices to make in the backfield when it comes time to make roster cuts in early September. If Vitale isn't fully ready to go by that time, stashing him on the PUP list is one way the Lions could buy time to make a decision. Behind starter Kerryon Johnson and backup C.J. Anderson, there seem to be three other options (Theo Riddick, Zach Zenner, Ty Johnson) competing with Bawden for what will... (More)4 hours
17.Danny Vitale: Working with starters (RotoWire) Vitale took every first-team rep at fullback in practices open to the media this spring, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site reports. Analysis: Vitale is one of two fullbacks on the roster alongside practice-squad holdover Malcolm Johnson. During his time with the Browns in 2016 and 2017, he showed he can play on all four phases of special teams. While he hasn't done much offensively since being made a sixth-round draft pick in 2016, the former "super back" in college -- he caught 135 passes for 1,427 yards and 11 scores in four seasons at Northwestern from 2012 through 2015 -- seems capable of catching passes in the mold of ... (More)4 hours
18.Josh Oliver showing 'good rapport' with ... (Rotoworld) Jaguars third-round TE Josh Oliver has shown "good rapport" with Nick Foles. Analysis: Oliver was one of the standouts of Jacksonville's offseason program. With little in front of him, he has a clear path to rookie-year snaps. Oliver's run-blocking may prevent him from an every-down role, but he looks like the favorite to play on passing downs.4 hours
19.Courtland Sutton: Comfortable under new coordinator (RotoWire) Sutton said he will enter training camp with a good grasp of the new scheme from offensive coordinator Rich Scangarello, Kyle Frederickson of The Denver Post reports. Analysis: The Broncos are counting on development from their trio of second-year wideouts -- Sutton, DaeSean Hamilton and Tim Patrick -- after passing on any draft picks or free-agent signings to bolster the position. The team did trade for 34-year-old quarterback Joe Flacco, and later used its first two draft picks on tight end Noah Fant and QB Drew Lock. With Emmanuel Sanders (Achilles) absent from spring practices and looking uncertain for the beginning of the season,... (More)4 hours
20.Jakeem Grant: Preparing for training camp (RotoWire) Grant (Achilles) said he is "over the mental hump" in his rehab process, Hal Habib of The Palm Beach Post reports. Analysis: Grant hasn't commented on the exact nature of his injury, merely denying that it was an Achilles tear. Whatever the case, he was a limited participant in Miami's offseason program and may be eased into practice during training camp. Despite the injury limiting him to 10 games, Grant enjoyed his best season to date in 2018, catching 21 of 34 targets for 268 yards and two scores while adding a kick return touchdown and a punt return touchdown. His ability to handle both return jobs and also serve as a third or fou... (More)5 hours
21.Darqueze Dennard (knee) making progress (Rotoworld) Bengals CB Darqueze Dennard (knee) got in some rehab work at minicamp. Analysis: Dennard is only a month removed from having his knee scoped. It's a minor surgery, but he's questionable for the start of training camp. Even if the Bengals move him slowly, Dennard should be healthy in advance of Week 1.5 hours
22.Jacoby Brissett: Gets more work with starters (RotoWire) Brissett worked with the starting offense throughout the offseason program and isn't likely to be traded, Kevin Bowen of ESPN 1070 The Fan reports. Analysis: A calf strain held Andrew Luck out of practice throughout the spring, allowing Brissett to take regular snaps with the first unit. The Colts presumably received some trade offers for their 26-year-old quarterback during the offseason, but coach Frank Reich and general manager Chris Ballard both have made it clear that they value Brissett, who is entering the final year of his rookie contract. There hasn't been any suggestion that Luck's injury will still be an issue in late July ... (More)5 hours
23.Jamil Demby gets reps at multiple spots (Rotoworld) Rams sixth-round OL Jamil Demby saw reps at multiple spots during OTAs. Analysis: Demby is cross-training at all five spots on the offensive line. He was a four-year starter at left tackle for FCS Maine but is primed for a swing role as a rookie. Long term, Demby may ultimately end up at guard.6 hours
24.Rookie Ben Banogu will play DE full time... (Rotoworld) Colts are making second-round rookie Ben Banogu a full-time defensive end. Analysis: The Colts took a look at him at linebacker, but they'd rather have him develop as a pass rusher. The schemes will be different, but Banogu had a lot of success rushing the passer at TCU. In fact, Banogu led the Big 12 in quarterback pressures (60) last year. Banogu solidified a Day 2 pick with a 97th percentile SPARQ score at the Combine. There is upside if the Colts can morph him to their attacking defense.20 hours
25.Chris Godwin: Expectations high heading into '19 (RotoWire) Head coach Bruce Arians recently reiterated an earlier statement that Godwin could log triple-digit receptions in the coming season, Scott Smith of the Buccaneers' official site reports. Analysis: Arians originally set the lofty bar via a comment in March, and he doubled down on his public expectations in the midst of OTAs at the end of May. While a 100-catch haul for a No. 2 receiver in a Mike Evans-helmed wideout corps may ultimately be a bit ambitious, Godwin would certainly generate an impressive line in the coming season were he to mirror the same degree of year-over-year improvement he demonstrated between his rookie campaign an... (More)20 hours
26.Robbie Gould remains with family in Chic... (Rotoworld) Unsigned 49ers franchise player Robbie Gould said his "family is what’s going to dictate the decisions that I make." Analysis: Gould is at his house in Chicago training and spending time with his family. His contract situation remains unsolved with both sides staying put. In a perfect world, Gould would be kicking for the Bears, but the 49ers haven't been willing to trade him. The parties have until July 15 to come to an agreement.21 hours
27.Nick Vannett: Falls on roster bubble (RotoWire) Vannett may face competition for a roster spot, Nishant Kondepudi of 710 ESPN Seattle reports. Analysis: Will Dissly (knee) seems like Seattle's only lock at tight end, with Vannett, Ed Dickson and Jacob Hollister competing for what may only be two spots. The team has been using offensive tackle George Fant as a blocking tight end, potentially reducing the need for Vannett or Dickson. In any case, the 2016 third-round pick failed to capitalize on a prime opportunity last season when injuries limited Dissly and Dickson to 14 combined appearances. Vannett posted a 29-269-3 receiving line on 43 targets while averaging 35.2 snaps in 15 ga... (More)21 hours
28.Brian Hoyer: Remains in backup mix (RotoWire) Hoyer is one of three quarterbacks CSN New England's Phil Perry expects to make the Patriots' 53-man roster. Analysis: The only real question here is whether the Patriots elect to carry one or two quarterbacks behind starter Tom Brady. Given that Jarrett Stidham was a fourth-round draft pick this past April, he looks like a roster lock. Meanwhile, Hoyer, who is under contract through the 2019 season, provides the team with an experienced backup option who knows the Patriots' schemes well and can mentor the rookie. The veteran signal-caller, who turns 34 in October, logged just two regular-season passing attempts in 2018, but Hoyer did... (More)22 hours
29.Rhett Ellison: Stands out in Engram's absence (RotoWire) Ellison took advantage of Evan Engram's injury-related absence from June minicamp, Matt Lombardo of NJ.com reports. Analysis: Engram was sidelined with a minor hamstring injury that's expected to clear up before the start of training camp in late July. Meanwhile, Ellison made it through the offseason program in good health, after sitting out Week 17 of last season due to a concussion. He doesn't have any guaranteed money remaining on the final two seasons of his four-year, $18 million contract, but a lack of competition for the No. 2 job at tight end puts the 30-year-old in good position to keep his roster spot.23 hours
30.Jonah Williams expected to miss season with torn labrum (FantasyPros) First-round tackle Jonah Williams will likely miss the 2019 season with a torn labrum in his left shoulder. Analysis: Williams was selected No. 11 overall in this year's draft after a highly successful career at Alabama. He was supposed to provide much-needed protection for Andy Dalton, Joe Mixon, and company, but that will have to wait another year. Williams will likely miss all of 2019 after undergoing shoulder surgery, but he's expected to make a full recovery. Cordy Glenn could move from guard to tackle to fill in for Williams, while other changes along the offensive line will be necessary moving forward.1 day
31.Cordy Glenn moving back to left tackle (Rotoworld) Cordy Glenn will move back to left tackle. Analysis: The Bengals announced first-round LT Jonah Williams will miss 2019 with a torn labrum, so Glenn is back protecting Andy Dalton's blindside after planning to use him at left guard this season. Depth is a concern for the Bengals offensive line, and there will be a competition at left guard now.1 day
32.Tyreek Hill to meet with NFL officials Wednesday (FantasyPros) Tyreek Hill will reportedly meet with NFL officials in Kansas City on Wednesday regarding domestic abuse allegations. Analysis: Hill is currently banned from attending any offseason activities with the Chiefs after domestic abuse allegations were leveled on him in relation to his three-year old son's broken arm. A subsequent audio recording of Hill and his fiancée offered some disturbing commentary, though Hill is highly unlikely to face any legal actions after investigators were unable to come up with any concrete evidence directly linking Hill to his son's injury. Hill's meeting with NFL officials likely signals a swift disci... (More)1 day
33.Bengals LT Jonah Williams likely out for... (Rotoworld) Bengals LT Jonah Williams (shoulder) will "likely" miss the 2019 season. Analysis: Williams had shoulder surgery to repair a torn labrum, but the team is expecting their first-round pick to be fully healthy in 2020. It's another injury for a team that's been riddled with them in recent years. Cordy Glenn is now expected to slide back to left tackle for this season.1 day
34.Jakeem Grant mentally over his leg injur... (Rotoworld) Jakeem Grant said he's "over that mental hump" of returning from his lower-leg injury. Analysis: Grant admits it was difficult to trust his leg while returning to the field earlier this offseason, but he thinks that is a thing of the past. To earn a bigger offensive role, he'll need to show well in training camp and the preseason. Grant is looking to steal snaps from DeVante Parker, Kenny Stills, and Albert Wilson.1 day
35.Ezekiel Elliott unlikely to receive extension this season (FantasyPros) Dan Graziano of ESPN doesn't believe Ezekiel Elliott will get a contract extension this season. Analysis: "Zeke" is under team control for two more years and it's possible he plays out his entire rookie deal before getting an extension. Dallas is prioritizing long term deals for Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper at the moment. Elliott also has a less than stellar off-the-field history, which wouldn't help contract negotiations.1 day
36.Dynasty | Tyreek Hill meeting with NFL Wednesday (Dynasty League Football) Yahoo has reported that NFL investigators are expected to meet with Tyreek Hill this week. Adam Schefter has since tweeted the meeting is expected to occur Wednesday. Analysis: It's felt like a suspension has been looming for the Kansas City receiver for some time now. Wednesday's meeting could finally provide some clarity as to how the NFL plans to handle accusations that Hill abused his child. While those charges were ultimately dropped, Hill has had a troubled past and Hill currently doesn't hold favor in the court of public op... (More)1 day
37.Rookie Alex Barnes has struggled to get ... (Rotoworld) Titans' reporter Jim Wyatt notes "it's hard" for rookie RB Alex Barnes to get reps and to get noticed. Analysis: This was more or less expected with Derrick Henry and Dion Lewis on the roster, but this means he'll have to show well with limited opportunities in training camp and the preseason. Barnes was a feature back at Kansas State, averaging 5.7 YPC while adding 20 receptions in his final season. His stock rose with impressive workouts, but he didn't play as quick and flashy as those measurements would indicate.1 day
38.Elliott unlikely to be extended this sea... (Rotoworld) ESPN's Dan Graziano doesn't expect Ezekiel Elliott to be extended this season. Analysis: The Cowboys opened talks with Elliott this offseason, but re-signing Amari Cooper and Dak Prescott have always been higher priorities. Under team control the next two seasons, it's possible Elliott plays out his rookie contract without a new deal — a potentially smart move given Elliott's off-field history. Elliott may be a candidate for the franchise tag in 2021.1 day
39.Jamaal Williams: Facing competition from rookie (RotoWire) Williams could face competition from sixth-round pick Dexter Williams, FOX Sports Wisconsin reports. Analysis: The rookie posted better marks in every combine drill than what his new teammate did two years ago, but the veteran should retain a role on the basis of his pass-blocking acumen if nothing else. In any case, Aaron Jones is locked in as Green Bay's lead runner, coming off back-to-back, injury-plagued seasons with 5.5 yards per carry. The Packers likely would turn to a mix of Jamaal and Dexter Williams if Jones were to miss more time this upcoming season. The team finished June minicamp with only four tailbacks on its roster, h... (More)1 day
40.Kyler Murray: Looks ready for starting job (RotoWire) Murray impressed his Cardinals teammates during the offseason program, ESPN.com's Josh Weinfuss reports. Analysis: Starting right guard Justin Pugh said Murray lives up to the hype, and left guard J.R. Sweezy -- formerly of the Seahawks -- said he sees "hundreds of similarities" between the rookie and Russell Wilson. Running back David Johnson also jumped on the hype train, noting that Murray is faster, quicker and more accurate than he'd expected. With no competition for the starting job, the No. 1 overall pick will dominate first-team reps throughout training camp and preseason as he gears up for a Week 1 start against the Lions. Hi... (More)1 day
41.Darrel Williams: Facing backup competition (RotoWire) Williams shared backfield reps with Damien Williams, Carlos Hyde and Darwin Thompson during the offseason program, Blair Kerkhoff of The Kansas City Star reports. Analysis: Darrel Williams caught on as an undrafted rookie last year and had a late-season stretch as the Chiefs' No. 2 running back after Kareem Hunt was cut and Spencer Ware was injured. Both players found new teams in the offseason, but Kansas City brought in Hyde and Thompson to compete for depth roles, leaving Darrel Williams on the roster bubble... (More)1 day
42.Seahawks DT Jarran Reed on track for cam... (Rotoworld) Seahawks DT Jarran Reed (sports-hernia surgery) is on track for training camp. Analysis: Reed is ahead of schedule after getting in some reps at minicamp. He's only a month removed from surgery but is recovering well. Coming off a breakout year, the Seahawks could look to extend Reed before Week 1.1 day
43.A'Shawn Robinson struggling with conditi... (Rotoworld) Lions DT A'Shawn Robinson struggled with conditioning at minicamp. Analysis: Robinson has been dealing with a knee injury that may be partly to blame. It's not a great sign after he took a step back last year, though Robinson is mostly a space eater. Robinson should be fine for the start of training camp.1 day
44.Mike Remmers not a lock for training cam... (Rotoworld) Giants RT Mike Remmers (back) isn't a lock to be ready for training camp. Analysis: Remmers missed the entire offseason recovering from surgery. He'll be in a race to get cleared for the start of camp, where the Giants figure to move him slowly. Remmers' Week 1 status isn't in doubt.1 day
45.Hayden Hurst questionable for training c... (Rotoworld) Ravens TE Hayden Hurst (hamstring) is questionable for training camp. Analysis: Hurst got in some minicamp reps but still isn't fully over his hamstring issues. It's a concern after foot surgery cost him four games last year. Hurst added 20-pounds of muscle this offseason and is hoping the added weight will help him stay healthy.1 day
46.Andre Ellington: Chances improve with Wilson release (RotoWire) Ellington is one of five running backs currently remaining on the Buccaneers' roster following last Friday's release of Shaun Wilson, Scott Smith of the team's official site reports. Analysis: The veteran reunited with former Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians back on Feb. 19, when he inked a free-agent deal with the Buccaneers after spending 2018 out of the NFL. Ellington, a 2013 sixth-round pick, beat the odds over his first two seasons in Arizona, rushing for 1,312 yards, adding another 766 through the air, and scoring nine total touchdowns (six rushing, three receiving). However, after a pair of forgettable campaigns in 2016 and 20... (More)1 day
47.Fletcher Cox: On track for training camp (RotoWire) Cox (foot) said Monday that his goal is "to be ready for training camp," Zack Rosenblatt of NJ.com reports. Analysis: Cox continues to rehab from offseason foot surgery and still appears on track for a July 24 training camp return after missing spring workouts. The veteran defensive tackle is coming off an impressive 2018 campaign in which he notched a career-high 10.5 sacks across 16 games.1 day
48.Taylor Gabriel: Hoping to build on career year (RotoWire) Gabriel has improved his connection with Mitchell Trubisky this offseason, Alyssa Barbiere of USA Today reports. Analysis: Not only was Gabriel learning a new offense last year, but he also was working with Trubisky for the first time. The development didn't stop Gabriel from posting a career-high 67 receptions and 688 yards, though he topped 33 yards just once over the last five games of the season. While he's displayed improved chemistry with his quarterback, he may struggle to see much of an increase on the 93 targets he saw in 2018, especially with Allen Robinson, Anthony Miller (shoulder), Tarik Cohen, Trey Burton (sports hernia)... (More)1 day
49.Adam Shaheen: Emphasis on health in 2019 (RotoWire) Shaheen has focused on maintaining his health this offseason, Hub Arkush of the Daily Herald reports. Analysis: After missing three games as a rookie, Shaheen sat out 10 additional contests last year due to an ankle injury. While he's enjoying a healthy offseason, he'll try to maintain his standing as the Bears' second-string tight end. A strong preseason could help him earn playing time as a receiving option, especially if starter Trey Burton's recovery from sports hernia surgery lingers. For now, though, it's unlikely that Shaheen will be much of a fantasy factor to start the season.1 day
50.Devin White: As good as advertised thus far (RotoWire) White, the fifth overall pick in the 2019 draft, has lived up to the level of expectations inherent in his draft position this offseason, Carmen Vitali of the Buccaneers' official site reports. Analysis: The highly versatile linebacker has developed a grasp of new coordinator Todd Bowles' 3-4 scheme quickly, with Vitali reporting that White doesn't look the part of a rookie. The LSU product regularly relayed calls to the defense during OTAs and mandatory minicamp. Moreover, White has remained engaged when on the sidelines, often calling out advice to his on-field teammates based on how the offense lines up ahead of a play. The Buccane... (More)1 day
51.Tyreek Hill: To meet with NFL investigators (RotoWire) Hill will meet with NFL investigators this week, Terez A. Paylor of Yahoo Sports reports. Analysis: Hill has been suspended from all team activities since late April, with the Chiefs seemingly waiting for the NFL to come to a decision before taking further action. The forthcoming meeting between Hill and NFL investigators suggests that a ruling is drawing near, and some light should soon be shed on the 25-year-old's situation for the 2019 season. Though Hill is no longer under criminal investigation, it remains a distinct possibility that the league could hand the Pro Bowl wideout a suspension.1 day
52.NFL training camp dates released (Rotoworld) ESPN's Adam Schefter released rookie and veteran training camp report dates. Analysis: Rookies will be reporting to their camps between July 17 and July 26. Most veterans report one week after the rookies show up. As always, it will be a glorious time for blurbs. If we are lucky, there will be a couple of DeVante Parker "lighting up camp" blurbs. Another thing to look forward to is when the Raiders and Rams joint practices, which should be great on Hard Knocks.2 days
53.Tyreek Hill: Could receive suspension in July (RotoWire) The Chiefs believe Hill could receive a suspension from the NFL as soon as next month, Nate Taylor of The Athletic reports. Analysis: No longer under criminal investigation, Hill remains indefinitely suspended by the Chiefs, who seem hesitant to take any action without knowing how the NFL will handle the situation. A report from Tom Pelissero of NFL.com in early June suggested the team likely would reinstate Hill before the start of training camp July 27. The 25-year-old wide receiver was held out for the entire offseason program, including OTAs in May and mandatory minicamp in June.2 days
54.Tyreek Hill to meet with NFL this week (FFToday) Investigators from the National Football League will conduct “multiple interviews” with Chiefs wide receiver this week, according to two sources close to the situation. The interviews indicate the NFL is ready to move forward and make a decision on Hill’s future in football. Two weeks ago, Sports Radio 810 reported that neither Hill or Espinal was responsible for their three-year-old son’s broken arm, but they both told authorities they disciplined their child with their hands and a belt. Analysis: Sounds like the league an Hill will finally meet and begin to move this process forward. It sounds like once the two si... (More)2 days
55.Amari Cooper sets sights on 2,000-yard season (FantasyPros) One of Amari Cooper's goals for his first full season as a Cowboy is to hit 2,000 yards receiving. Analysis: In an interview given to ProFootball Talk PM, Cooper said that one of his goals for 2019 was to become the first NFL receiver to go for 2,000 yards in a single season. He played just nine games for Dallas last season, racking up 53 receptions for 725 yards and six TDs. Those numbers work out to 94 receptions, 1,289 yards, and 11 TDs over a full 16-game schedule, which would have been good for WR8 in half-PPR scoring in 2018. Cooper's goal is lofty to be sure, considering the run-first nature of the offense with Ezekiel El... (More)2 days
56.Amari wants to be a Cowboy for 'a long t... (Rotoworld) Amari Cooper said he wants to be a Cowboy for "a long time." Analysis: Cooper insists he "isn't thinking" about his contract, which expires at the end of this season. Despite making little headway in extension talks, it's clear the 25-year-old seems himself staying in Dallas long-term. "I do want to be a Dallas Cowboy for a long time," said the three-time Pro Bowler. "I love the organization. I love everything we have going on." Cooper enjoyed a rebirth in Dallas last year, totaling 725 yards and six touchdowns in nine games after arriving in a mid... (More)2 days
57.'Odds are against' Adams making Eagles r... (Rotoworld) Reuben Frank of NBC Sports Philadelphia concedes "the odds are against" Josh Adams making the Eagles' final roster. Analysis: Adams led Philadelphia in rushing yards as an undrafted rookie last year, but that was before the Eagles acquired Jordan Howard from Chicago and used a second-round pick on Penn State standout Miles Sanders. The 22-year-old Notre Dame alum exceeded expectations as a rookie but limped to the finish line by averaging a meager 2.7 yards per carry over his final three games. Adams impressed as a ball-carrier in 2018 but proved limited in other areas, failing... (More)2 days
58.Amari Cooper aiming for 2,000 yards rece... (Rotoworld) Amari Cooper told ProFootballTalk's Mike Florio his goal is to reach 2,000 yards receiving in 2019. Analysis: That would top the single-season mark held by Lions great Calvin Johnson. To put that in perspective, Cooper's current career-high in yards is 1,153. Cooper is certainly capable of putting up huge numbers but 2,000 yards is probably pushing it. The 2015 first-rounder finds himself on the WR1/2 borderline heading into the final year of his rookie contract.2 days
59.Russell Wilson: DK Metcalf a quick study (Rotoworld) Russell Wilson has been encouraged by how quickly second-round WR DK Metcalf has picked up the Seahawks' offense. Analysis: Much has been made of Metcalf's physical gifts—he blazed a 4.33 forty at 6'3"/228 leading up to the draft—but what's really stood out to Wilson is the rookie's football IQ. "He's really intelligent. He really understands the game really well," said Seattle's long-time signal-caller. "He takes coaching really well. He gets extra work. He's a legit pro wide receiver." Metcalf nearly fell out of the second round as many questioned his hands a... (More)2 days
60.Fletcher Cox still on track for training... (Rotoworld) Eagles DT Fletcher Cox (foot) still anticipates being ready for the start of training camp. Analysis: "Everything is going good," the four-time Pro Bowler told WAPT in an interview over the weekend. "Doctors got a schedule and I’m following what they’re doing." Cox sat out OTAs while recovering from offseason foot surgery but it looks like he'll be a go for the start of training camp next month. Among defensive tackles, only Defensive Player of the Year Aaron Donald earned higher marks from ProFootballFocus than Cox did in 2018.2 days
61.Adam Shaheen: Sheds weight to improve durability (RotoWire) Shaheen lost seven pounds during the offseason, focusing on flexibility and core strength in an effort to avoid future injuries, Adam Jahns of The Athletic reports. Analysis: The 2017 second-round pick has missed 13 games through two NFL seasons, dealing with foot, ankle, chest and head injuries. Shaheen played the final five weeks of last season and then replaced Trey Burton (sports hernia) as Chicago's top tight end for a playoff loss to Philadelphia, but the 24-year-old acknowledges that he wasn't in the best shape at the time, still working his way back to full strength after he spent the first 10 weeks of the campaign on injured... (More)2 days
62.Taylor Gabriel: Showing major growth (RotoWire) Bears wide receivers coach Mike Furrey said Gabriel has shown "huge growth" since last offseason, Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic reports. Analysis: Furrey suggests Gabriel needed some time to buy into the importance of detail in coach Matt Nagy's offense, with the wide receiver initially believing he could get by on speed alone. Gabriel enjoyed back-to-back 100-yard games early last season, but he then averaged just 3.6 catches for 35 yards in his final 11 contests, failing to score a touchdown after Week 6. While a second year in the same offense may help his efficiency, Gabriel faces a challenge to match his 2018 volume (93 targets)... (More)2 days
63.Allen Robinson: Enjoys healthy offseason (RotoWire) Robinson was healthy throughout the offseason program, JJ Stankevitz of NBC Sports Chicago reports. Analysis: Robinson's first offseason in Chicago was devoted to rehabbing from the ACL tear he suffered in Week 1 of 2017. As is often the case in a player's first year back from major surgery, he struggled with both health and consistency in 2018, missing three games with injuries (groin, rib) and falling shy of 50 yards in five others. He finally looked like the best version of himself by the end of the campaign, posting a 6-85-1 receiving line in his last regular-season game and a 10-143-1 line in a playoff loss to Philadelphia. Now b... (More)2 days
64.Mitchell Trubisky: Comfortable with Nagy (RotoWire) Trubisky feels much more confident in his second season under coach Matt Nagy, John Kampf of The News-Herald reports. Analysis: The core of the Chicago offense looks quite similar to last season, only with Mike Davis and David Montgomery replacing Jordan Howard in the backfield while Cordarrelle Patterson potentially adds a new wrinkle to both the passing game and rushing attack. The offseason moves show an emphasis on versatility, with the Bears presumably hoping to use their running backs as receiving threats and their wide receivers as occasional ballcarriers. Trubisky's individual growth will be the most important factor, but ther... (More)2 days
65.Tyreek Hill could be suspended next mont... (Rotoworld) According to Nate Taylor of The Athletic, the Chiefs believe Tyreek Hill could be suspended by the NFL as soon as next month. Analysis: The Chiefs barred Hill from offseason activities in the wake of child abuse allegations, though barring further evidence, it looks like he'll avoid criminal charges. While the expectation is that Hill will be reinstated ahead of next month's training camp, a suspension for violating the league's code of conduct remains a distinct possibility. He could be facing a punishment similar to the eight-game ban Kareem Hunt received for a domestic violence incide... (More)2 days
66.Robinson wants Mariota to protect himsel... (Rotoworld) Titans GM Jon Robinson wants Marcus Mariota to avoid unnecessary hits. Analysis: Injuries have cost Mariota eight games since his arrival in 2015 and limited his effectiveness in several others. Mariota has often put himself in harm's way by trying to extend plays, though Robinson would rather the fifth-year quarterback embrace the team's "live to play another play" philosophy. "If you feel the pocket coming down on you and you take off running, and the ‘backer is coming off of coverage and he’s coming screaming at you, throw the ball away," said Robinson. "It... (More)2 days
67.Ahkello Witherspoon: Competing for starting gig (RotoWire) Witherspoon could compete with Jason Verrett (Achilles) for the starting cornerback spot opposite Richard Sherman, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Analysis: Verrett is rehabbing from an Achilles injury he sustained nearly a year ago, but is on track to return for the start of training camp. Witherspoon has appeared in 26 games for San Francisco over the last two seasons, racking up 69 tackles (58 solo), 11 broken-up passes, and two interceptions. Maiocco's report claims that the Colorado product had a "very good" offseason program and is poised to claim the starting role from Verrett.2 days
68.Devin Funchess: Making good impression (RotoWire) Coach Frank Reich said he was pleased with what he saw from Funchess during the offseason program, while Kevin Bowen of 1070 The Fan believes the wide receiver was inconsistent during the handful of practices open to the media. Analysis: Benched by Carolina down the stretch last season, Funchess bounced back strong with a one-year, $10 million contract from Indianapolis at the very beginning of free agency. Reich said he urged his front office to sign Funchess, noting that the 25-year-old shows impressive quickness and route-running skill for a wideout his size. Reich doubled down on the positive evaluation last week, specifically poi... (More)2 days
69.Sony Michel: Running at full speed (RotoWire) Michel (knee) has been running at full speed and is making good progress in his recovery from arthroscopic surgery, Michael Giardi of NFL Network reports. Analysis: The second-year pro is working out at the TB12 Sports Therapy Center in Foxborough, hoping to improve the range of motion in his knee and become a more explosive runner. Michel had minor surgery at some point during the offseason, participating in team activities through April and at least part of May before sitting out June minicamp. His mounting history of knee injuries has contributed to speculation about rookie third-round pick Damien Harris stealing carries or even th... (More)2 days
70.Dynasty | Sony Michel at full speed (Dynasty League Football) Michael Giardi reports via Twitter that Sony Michel has been running at "full tilt" Analysis: Michel, much like Toddy Gurley, has seen his ADP (41) slide in recent weeks as reports emerged he had his knee scoped and missed a significant portion of OTAs. Michel, who has a history of knee issues, did miss time but appears to have regained his form quickly. Regardless, dynasty owners have no appetite for risk, especially in 2019 and are selling first and asking questions second, potentially providing for risk-reward opportunities for co... (More)2 days
71.Bengals QB Jeff Driskel is a cut candida... (Rotoworld) Bengals.com's Geoff Hobson believes Jeff Driskel is a cut candidate if rookie QB Ryan Finley shows well in the preseason. Analysis: Finley is mentally ready for the backup job, but he reportedly needs to show the coaching staff that he has the physical tools. The reality is the Bengals are very likely to keep Finley on the active roster regardless of how he plays in the preseason after spending a fourth-round pick on him. Driskel will need the Bengals to keep three quarterbacks active to survive cuts.2 days
72.Dynasty | Todd Gurley injury skepticism (Dynasty League Football) Former Rams head coach, Jeff Fisher, appeared on NFL Network on Thursday and expressed skepticism about Todd Gurley's "arthritic component" in his knee. Analysis: Specifically, Fisher called Gurley's trainer's report "unusual" in that trainers don't usually "go public with respect to the condition of [his] client". Primarily, it is the responsibility of the team to provide injury notification, information and updates for any player. The Rams continue to largely ignore conjecture about Gurley... (More)3 days
73.One of the 49ers' RBs to be a healthy sc... (Rotoworld) NBC Sports' Matt Maiocco believes one of Tevin Coleman, Jerick McKinnon, or Matt Breida will be a healthy scratch in the regular season. Analysis: This is just a numbers game. Maiocco said it's "difficult to envision" the 49ers keeping four backs active, and specialists Kyle Juszczyk (full back) and Raheem Mostert (special teams) will likely take two of those spots. As it stands, Coleman is the "odds-on favorite to be the closest thing the 49ers have to a lead back," meaning training camp and preseason reps will be paramount for McKinnon and Breida.3 days
74.Ravens giving Trace McSorley punt return... (Rotoworld) Ravens rookie QB Trace McSorley has been taking reps as a punt returner. Analysis: McSorley called his new role "interesting" and didn't stop there. "It's had its ups and downs, obviously the first couple times doing it, but it's going well. I'm looking forward to be able to come out and do anything that I can, especially in the special teams aspect for the team." The sixth-rounder could be moved all over the field--wild cat, running back, tight end, slot receiver, returner, kick coverage--but don't expect him to compete for the actual starting quarterback job. The Ra... (More)3 days
75.Reich 'very encouraged' by Funchess' (Rotoworld) Colts coach Frank Reich came away "very encouraged" with Devin Funchess' performance at OTAs. Analysis: That's a surprising sentiment as Funchess' offseason work brought "mixed results," according to beat reporter Kevin Bowen of 1070 The Fan. Of course, all of that came without top signal-caller Andrew Luck, who sat out OTAs with a nagging calf injury. "For a big guy for his size we’ve said he’s got good feet and he’s got good body control," Reich noted. "So I was just really encouraged by his progress." Funchess is in line to be Indy's No. 2 re... (More)3 days
76.LaFleur and Rodgers already at odds in G... (Rotoworld) New Packers coach Matt LaFleur has implied Aaron Rodgers will not have complete control at the line of scrimmage. Analysis: NFL.com's Michael Silver explored this subject in an article last week. "We're running a system I first picked up while working with Kyle (Shanahan) in Houston a decade ago, and we've never really had a quarterback who's had complete freedom to change plays at the line, because that's not really the way the offense is set up," the first-year head honcho explained. Rodgers, who had almost completely autonomy over the offense during Mike McCarthy's reign as h... (More)3 days
77.Sony Michel running ‘full tilt’ after knee scope (FantasyPros) Michel is progressing nicely following an offseason arthroscopic procedure on his knee. Analysis: Michel is reportedly coming along according to schedule after a recent knee scope, and he's been spending time with Tom Brady's TB12 Sports to aid in the recovery process. Michel is still expected back for training camp, but his health concerns and the presence of rookie Damien Harris suggest a likely reduction in workload from last season.3 days
78.Solder expects to be ready for start of ... (Rotoworld) Giants LT Nate Solder (ankle) said there's "no reason to think" he won't be ready for the start of training camp next month. Analysis: Solder is "progressing really nicely" from his offseason ankle scope and should be recovered well in advance of training camp, which opens July 26 at the team's facility in East Rutherford. The ex-Patriot was a disappointment in his debut season for the Giants, earning poor marks from ProFootballFocus despite netting the second-highest salary in the league among tackles. He'll hope to do better in year two of his New York tenure.3 days
79.Devonta Freeman: Looking good during offseason (RotoWire) Coach Dan Quinn said Freeman looks like his old self again, Kelsey Conway of the Falcons' official website reports. "He was another one who had so much to prove and to get back out on the field and to recapture his energy and style so quickly," Quinn said. "I was very happy to see that. He looks so much like himself." Analysis: Entering Year 2 of a five-year, $41.25 million extension, Freeman returned from season-ending groin surgery to participate in OTAs and June minicamp. Between the contract and Tevin Coleman's departure for San Francisco, the Falcons have every incentive to reinstall Freeman as a heavily featured part of their of... (More)3 days
80.Sony progressing quickly from knee scope (Rotoworld) NFL Network's Mike Giardi reports Sony Michel (knee) has been running at "full tilt." Analysis: Michel seems to be making quick progress from his knee scope. He's been receiving treatment at the TB12 facility in Foxboro. The Patriots have said all along that they expect Michel back for the start of training camp and so far there's nothing to suggest that won't happen. Michel's long history of knee issues coupled with the arrival of third-round rookie Damien Harris make him a risky fantasy investment.3 days
81.Keenan Allen: Returns healthy (RotoWire) Allen participated in the Chargers' offseason program, Ricky Henne of the team's official website reports. Analysis: Allen didn't appear to have any offseason limitations after suffering a knee bruise at the Pro Bowl in January. He's locked in as the top receiving weapon in an efficient offense, but even with Tyrell Williams leaving for Oakland, the Chargers have a deep group of skill-position players that demand touches. Mike Williams and tight end Hunter Henry both are popular breakout candidates for good reason, while Melvin Gordon and Austin Ekeler form one of the better backfield duos in the NFL. Allen will always be a priority, ... (More)3 days
82.Austin Ekeler: Focused on route running (RotoWire) Ekeler said he will focus on his route running this summer. Analysis: Ekeler often replaces Melvin Gordon on passing downs, though the latter also gets plenty of work as a receiver. Their roles should look much the same in 2019, considering undrafted rookie Jeremy Cox was the only offseason addition to the Los Angeles backfield. Ekeler's career marks of 5.3 yards per carry and 7.8 per target rank as elite by RB standards, but he was limited to 3.2 YPC and 3.8 YPT in three starts last season, failing to approach his usual efficiency when tasked with a larger workload (40 carries, 20 targets in those three games).3 days
83.Jake Butt (ACL) expects to be ready for ... (Rotoworld) Jake Butt (ACL) anticipates he'll be ready for next month's training camp. Analysis: Butt, who is coming off his third ACL tear after suffering the same injury in both high school and college, expects to have his reps managed throughout camp. "I can’t imagine I would go from not playing football to doing everything," said the third-year tight end. "I’m sure there’ll be some plan in place so I’m not taking a million reps." Butt's Week 1 status isn't in doubt, though the 23-year-old will likely be competing with Jeff Heuerman for backup reps behind newly installed s... (More)3 days
84.Michel progressing quickly from knee scope (FFToday) Multiple sources say that is progressing quickly since his most recent arthroscopic knee surgery and has been running full tilt. The 2nd year RB has also been spending considerable time at @TB12sports like so many before - and after - have/will. Analysis: Michel missed minicamp with knee issues but is expected to be ready for training camp. Michel racked up 209 carries last season as an early-down pounder in New England's offense but the drafting of could ding Michel's workload knocking him off his RB2 status in Non-PPR leagues in 2019. The Patriots have plenty of depth at the position including and .3 days
85.TE Jake Butt expected to be ready for camp (FFToday) TE Jake Butt said he’ll be ready for training camp. Had ACL and meniscus surgery in October. Most important part of this story is @JakeButtTE having ACL canal widened to help prevent injury in the future. they’be addressed root cause. Far more significant than ACL repair. Analysis: Butt sustained his latest ACL injury last Sept. 27, his third ACL injury overall. Butt will likely be limited in camp but has some weekly TE streamer value if he's able to stay healthy this season. He'll have to fight for targets with rookie TE Noah Fant.3 days
86.Jack: My contract will 'take care of its... (Rotoworld) Jaguars LB Myles Jack said his contract "will take care of itself" after the season. Analysis: Jack's started in 42 of a possible 48 games since being drafted by the Jags in 2016 but heads into the final year of his rookie deal without an extension on the table. With Telvin Smith officially out for the entirety of this season, Jack will have every-down opportunity to lead Jacksonville's defense back to 2017 prominence while manning the middle of the field. The 23-year-old is currently set to make $1.3 million before entering free agency in the spring.3 days
87.Marvin Jones (knee) misses entire off-season program (FantasyPros) Marvin Jones (knee) missed the Lions' entire off-season program. Analysis: Jones missed the end of last season with a bone bruise in his knee. He got in some side work during OTAs but was never fully cleared to practice. He remains on track for training camp but can no longer be viewed as the team's number one wideout with Kenny Golladay's recent ascension.3 days
88.Trevor Williams: Competing for starting spot (RotoWire) Williams (knee) will be competing with Michael Davis for the No. 2 starting spot opposite Casey Hayward, Ricky Henne of the team's official site reports. Analysis: The 25-year-old played in nine games last season, ultimately losing his starting job prior to being placed on IR in large part due to a lingering knee injury that sapped Williams of his quickness. The fourth-year player appears to be fully healthy, with head coach Anthony Lynn acknowledging his renewed confidence, particularly when making cuts. Considering the Chargers like to deploy Desmond King as the slot corner, whoever loses the battle between Williams and Davis for th... (More)3 days
89.Wilson facing 'uphill battle' to make te... (Rotoworld) NBC Sports Bay Area's Matt Maiocco reports RB Jeff Wilson faces an "uphill climb" to win a roster spot. Analysis: With Tevin Coleman, Matt Breida, Jerick McKinnon, Raheem Mostert, and fullback Kyle Juszczyk all capable of playing the position, Wilson's the most obvious outlier of the group. The second-year UDFA still flashed with 66/266 rushing in his late-season run for Breida last season and will likely get a good look from other teams during preseason play.3 days
90.Chargers WR Scott vying to start for LA? (Rotoworld) Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said WR Artavis Scott has "picked up where he left off." Analysis: "I thought Artavis was having a heck of an offseason for us last year before he got hurt," Lynn said. "He has picked up where he left off." The second-year UDFA was forced to miss his entire rookie campaign after injuring his ankle in the preseason but will likely start behind Travis Benjamin as the team's fourth receiver out of camp. Scott profiles as a slot wideout, so he'll likely be stricken to special teams barring an injury to Keenan Allen.4 days
91.Jones eyeing a potential mid-season trad... (Rotoworld) Detroit Free Press' Dave Birkett suggests Marvin Jones' future with the Lions "doesn't seem long." Analysis: Birkett adds that he personally can't imagine the Lions moving on from Jones, but admits the 29-year-old's future with the team seems murky considering coach Matt Patricia moved on from other notable players who didn't agree with his coaching style, in particular Golden Tate. Jones is due an extremely reasonable $13 million over the next two seasons, so Detroit would be outright foolish to send him packing. Even so, a slow start to the year could signal the end of Jones'... (More)4 days
92.Justin Jackson: Little competition added (RotoWire) Jackson is benefiting from the extra reps with Melvin Gordon (holdout) not at OTAs, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports. Analysis: After spending last season as the No. 3 back on the depth chart, Jackson has been an early standout during the summer, utilizing the extra snaps left over from Gordon, who was absent during OTAs as he seeks a contract extension. The Northwestern product, who saw limited action in his rookie season after injuries to Gordon (knee) and Austin Ekeler (concussion), will likely be primed for a repeat role considering the team added little competition to the depth chart.4 days
93.Anthony Firkser: Not completely healthy (RotoWire) Firkser is dealing with an undisclosed injury, but working his way through it at minicamp, Jim Wyatt of TitansOnline.com reports. Analysis: Firkser has been wearing a yellow jersey during practice, which indicates he is still working his way back from an injury. He saw a relatively healthy amount of playing time last season due to injuries on the depth chart ahead of him, but he is no lock to make the final roster again this season. Thus, a healthy beginning to training camp will be a good start for the 24-year-old.4 days
94.Jake Butt: Will participate in training camp (RotoWire) Butt (knee) will be cleared to participate in training camp, Ryan O'Halloran of The Denver Post reports. Analysis: Butt, who tore his ACL for the third time in the last five years, has played in just three games since being drafted in the fifth round of the 2017 NFL Draft. A report surfaced at the end of March that Butt wouldn't be able to practice until sometime in August, so it's encouraging to see the team confident the injury-prone tight end can take part immediately. The Broncos are expected to slowly transition Butt back into the fold, but the 23-year-old could be fighting for a roster spot after the team re-signed Jeff Heuerman... (More)4 days
95.Nat Berhe open to re-signing with Steele... (Rotoworld) Free agent Nat Berhe is open to re-signing with the Steelers. Analysis: Berhe was limited to four games before landing on IR last year. He's healthy but hasn't had any interest this offseason. Berhe should land a non-guaranteed deal before training camp.4 days
96.Marvin Jones: Did not practice in OTAs (RotoWire) Jones (knee) did not practice in summer OTAs, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. Analysis: Jones spent the majority of his time working to rehab from a knee injury that put the 29-year-old wideout on injured reserve in late November. The Lions brought in two veteran receivers, Danny Amendola and Jermaine Kearse, in the offseason, but neither should threaten Jones' status as the No. 2 option behind Kenny Golladay (chest) should he return to full health.4 days
97.Mike Remmers still recovering from surge... (Rotoworld) Giants RT Mike Remmers (back) didn't participate in any offseason workouts. Analysis: Remmers is still recovering from back surgery. There hasn't been much concern over his status, but Remmers isn't a lock to be cleared for the start of training camp. The Giants are counting on a healthy Remmers to be a Week 1 starter.4 days
98.John Ursua candidate for slot role (Rotoworld) Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said seventh-round WR John Ursua is a candidate to play the slot. Analysis: "He started to show us the kind of quicks and change-of-direction stuff that made him one of the big scorers in college football last year," Carroll said on Ursua's offseason. "You can see it, he's got a real style to him. He's a slot guy, he really is that mold." With Doug Baldwin gone, Ursua has a chance at taking over the slot, but he's part of a crowded rookie cast. The Seahawks depth chart behind Tyler Lockett likely won't be settled until deep into training ca... (More)4 days
99.Marvin Jones missed entire offseason (Rotoworld) Marvin Jones (knee) missed the entire offseason program. Analysis: Jones got in some side work at OTAs but wasn't cleared to practice. He looks on track for training camp, but his status can't be taken for granted. With Kenny Golladay taking over the No. 1 role and the additions of Danny Amendola and T.J. Hockenson, Jones's target share is likely going to take a hit.4 days
100.Trey Quinn locks down slot role (Rotoworld) Coach Jay Gruden said second-year WR Trey Quinn has "taken over the inside slot role." Analysis: Quinn was one of the standouts of the offseason program. He's locked down the slot job and it wouldn't be surprising if he leads the Redskins in targets. Quinn has durability concerns after missing 13 games last year, but he has some breakout appeal if he stays healthy.4 days

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