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1.Broncos OC compares his RBs to '18 ATL R... (Rotoworld) Broncos OC Rich Scangarello compared Royce Freeman and Phillip Lindsay to Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman. Analysis: Scangarello talked about how well the two backs complement each other with Freeman showing more power and Lindsay showing more finesse. The Broncos appear set to make running back touches more evenly split in 2019 by giving Freeman more carries in short-yardage situations. Freeman should see more than the 130 carries he had last year if he stays healthy.58 minutes
2.Travis Rudolph worked out for DEN this w... (Rotoworld) Free agent WR Travis Rudolph worked out for the Broncos last week. Analysis: It was his first workout for a team since tearing his ACL last October. He went home without a contract and is not guaranteed to get signed. If he does, Rudolph is destined for the practice squad.1 hour
3.LeSean McCoy: Strong support from GM (RotoWire) Bills GM Brandon Beane continued to offer supportive words regarding McCoy's starting status this week, Sal Capaccio of WGR550 reports. "He's very confident, when you talk to him, that he still sees himself up here (raises hand up to show a high level), and I don't think you're changing that. And I wouldn't want him to think any different. But we're focused on this year. That's what we have him under contract for, and I definitely think he's got enough left in the tank to help us in 2019," said Beane. Analysis: Well, we don't expect the GM to say, "He's old and we're not sure we want him around ..." but everything coming out of One Bi... (More)1 hour
4.River Cracraft: Working out at practice (RotoWire) Cracraft (oblique) is working out on the side of practice Sunday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports. Analysis: Cracraft first was reported to have injured his oblique while fielding a punt but the report was later updated to indicate that he pulled it while diving for a catch at practice. He was initially ruled out for a week and his work with trainers on the side of practice is in line with that timetable.2 hours
5.Jake Butt: Not practicing Sunday (RotoWire) Butt (knee) is not practicing Sunday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports. Analysis: Butt participated in a few snaps of 7-on-7 work late last week. The team appears to be taking it slow with Butt as he works his way back from the third ACL tear in his career. He's competing for a backup tight end role with the Broncos and he'll look to get back on the field soon to avoid falling behind others at the position.2 hours
6.Troy Fumagalli: Back practicing (RotoWire) Fumagalli practiced in full pads on Sunday, Ryan O'Halloran of The Denver Post reports. Analysis: Fumagalli missed some practice time last week due to his hip injury and his return Sunday is in line with the day-to-day tag he was initially given. It's unclear what the specifics of the injury were but it doesn't appear to have been serious. The second-year tight end will look to stay healthy and see his first NFL action in 2019 after missing his rookie season with a sports hernia.2 hours
7.Oshane Ximines finally agrees to rookie ... (Rotoworld) Giants signed third-round DE Oshane Ximines to a four-year contract. Analysis: The deal will be finalized Monday when training camp opens for rookies and select veterans. Selected with one of the picks New York acquired in the Odell Beckham trade, Ximines arrives on the heels of a standout tenure at Old Dominion that included, among other accomplishments, 176 career tackles, 32.5 sacks and a pair of all-conference nods.3 hours
8.Jones a holdout candidate in Kansas City... (Rotoworld) According to Sam Mellinger of the Kansas City Star, Chiefs DL Chris Jones "embodies all the familiar signs" of a training camp holdout. Analysis: He and the Chiefs are reportedly far apart in contract talks—Jones is looking for a deal comparable to Frank Clark's, which included $63.5 million in guarantees, while Kansas City prefers something in the $45-50 million range. Jones, who is due a modest $1.19 million in the final year of his rookie deal, is hoping to cash in on the heels of his breakout 2018, a campaign that included a career-best 15.5 sacks. Unfortunately for Jones,... (More)3 hours
9.Cajuste's camp availability in question? (Rotoworld) Patriots third-round OT Yodny Cajuste was held out of spring practices following offseason quad surgery. Analysis: The quad procedure didn't scare the Patriots off from drafting him at 101st overall. Trent Brown's free-agent defection combined with Jared Veldheer's surprise retirement have given the Patriots an aura of uncertainty at tackle. Further complicating matters, 2018 first-rounder Isaiah Wynn, a leading candidate to start on Tom Brady's blind side, is coming off a torn Achilles suffered last summer. Cajuste has the opportunity to be a helpful backup/swing option for the reigning Super Bowl champs, but first he'll have to ge... (More)4 hours
10.Beat reporter expects J-Matt to make fin... (Rotoworld) Can Inman of the San Jose Mercury News projects Jordan Matthews to make the 49ers' 53-man roster. Analysis: Inman's "way-too-early guess" is that the Niners will roster six receivers out of training camp. He anticipates Dante Pettis, Deebo Samuel and Marquise Goodwin working in three-wide sets with Trent Taylor, Matthews and third-round rookie Jalen Hurd filling out the rest of San Francisco's receiving corps. That would leave Kendrick Bourne and Richie James on the outside looking in. Matthews, Taylor and James will spend the summer competing for slot reps in Santa Clara.4 hours
11.Report: Julio Jones reporting to camp Su... (Rotoworld) ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Julio Jones will report for the start of Falcons training camp on Sunday. Analysis: Jones is seeking a new contract but has no plans to hold out, according to Schefter. Julio's long-awaited extension should come to fruition shortly and when it does, it could very well make him the highest-paid receiver in football. Coming off his second receiving yards title in 2018, the nine-year vet is on a Hall of Fame trajectory.6 hours
12.Trinity Benson moving up Broncos depth c... (Rotoworld) Broncos WR Trinity Benson worked with the first-team offense in 11-on-11 drills Saturday. Analysis: The undrafted prospect out of East Central Oklahoma tested well across the board in Indy, running a 4.49 40-time and elite sub-6.9 three-cone drill. Benson (5'11/182) projects as a slot wideout with superior explosiveness, as proven by his eight catches and four runs of 20-plus yards at the collegiate level. Scout maven Dane Brugler considered Benson a late-round sleeper prior to the draft. He's a name to track if only for preseason DFS purposes.17 hours
13.Lockett projects as a full-time slot rec... (Rotoworld) The Seattle Times' Bob Condotta believes the Seahawks will start the season with Tyler Lockett, David Moore, and Jaron Brown in three-receiver sets. Analysis: Seattle used three of their 11 picks in April on wide receivers, including D.K. Metcalf in the second, Gary Jennings in the fourth, and trading back into the seventh-round for Hawaii slot-specialist John Ursua. Although Moore or Brown may lose out to one of the younger prospects in camp, Lockett is essentially guaranteed full-time run in the slot from day one. The battle for Seattle's WR2-job is worth monitoring in August despite t... (More)17 hours
14.Cardinals place Nkemdiche (knee) on PUP ... (Rotoworld) Cardinals placed DT Robert Nkemdiche (knee) on the active/PUP list. Analysis: The team also placed TE Charles Clay (knee), OL Max Garcia (knee), LB Brooks Reed (hip), CB Brandon Williams (back) and LB Dante Booker (knee) on the active/PUP list. All are eligible to return at any point during camp but cannot participate in on-field team work until they come off the list. Nkemdiche has been a major disappointment since being selected No. 29 overall in '16, and it would certainly help his chances in free agency if he's able to take to the field as soon as possible. Arizona notably declined h... (More)21 hours
15.Kevin Hogan: Struggles with accuracy in camp (RotoWire) Hogan, even with clean pockets, was scattershot during practice Saturday, Andrew Mason of the team's official site reports. Analysis: Mason's comments come after several other reports of Hogan's penchant for interceptions during the first two days of camp. The journeyman came in and provided some stability to the backup quarterback position during a time of turmoil last season. He now appears to be the odd man out with the Broncos investing a second-round pick in Drew Lock and six-figure undrafted free agent signing bonus to Brett Rypien. Hogan could be feeling the pressure as he likely prepares to be auditioning for other teams this ... (More)21 hours
16.Brandon Williams: Set to miss time (RotoWire) Williams is dealing with a back injury and was placed on the physically unable to perform list Saturday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports. Analysis: There's no mention as to how severe the injury may be, so it's possible Williams could wind up missing some time. The 26-year-old played in 85 defensive snaps last year but was a minor factor on special teams, recording 192 kick-return yards. Williams figures to be in contention for a spot on the 53-man roster with Tramaine Brock, Chris Jones and Nate Brooks.21 hours
17.Royce Freeman: Could split carries with Lindsay (RotoWire) After taking a backseat to Phillip Lindsay as a rookie last season, Freeman could see an increased role -- particularly in short-yardage and goal-line situations -- this season, Benjamin Allbright of KOA News Radio reports. Analysis: Freeman topped 50 yards three times and scored thrice in his first four games last season, but was later slowed by an ankle injury and the emergence of fellow rookie Phillip Lindsay. He scored just twice during the rest of the season and didn't top 50 yards again until Lindsay sat in Week 17. Lindsay isn't like other diminutive backs in that he has shown toughness and ball security when running between th... (More)21 hours
18.Brooks Reed: Picks up hip injury (RotoWire) Reed (hip) will open the preseason on the physically unable to perform list, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports. Analysis: One of a number of February signings by the Cardinals shortly after the conclusion of the season, Reed and fellow offseason addition Charles Clay will both enter training camp on the PUP-P list due to lingering injuries. The designation allows both veterans to come back to practice at any point once they're healthy, and considering there's been no news about the hip injury prior to this point, it's fair to suggest Reed isn't expected to miss too much time.21 hours
19.Robert Nkemdiche: Placed on preseason PUP list (RotoWire) Nkemdiche (knee) was placed on the physically unable to perform list Saturday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports. Analysis: It's been a difficult offseason for the 2016 first-round pick. After playing in only 27 of his 48 potential appearances, the Cardinals opted not to pick up Nkemdiche's rookie fifth-year option in May. The edge rusher was then arrested June 6 for speeding and driving on a suspended license -- a legal event that has yet to yield any sort of repercussions while processing through the court systems. Considering Nkemdiche is expected to miss at least some regular-season action while he recovers from a t... (More)21 hours
20.PFT: Zeke planning travel over attending... (Rotoworld) ProFootballTalk's Mike Florio reports Ezekiel Elliott is planning for a trip out of the country. Analysis: A lot could change in the next week, but it's beginning to sound as if Zeke will assuredly hold out into camp unless he receives a new deal. August 6 remains the looming date to monitor as Elliott would give up an accrued season toward free agency if he fails to report by that time, inching closer to becoming a restricted free agent rather than an unrestricted one on the open market following the 2020 season. The Cowboys open camp on July 27.21 hours
21.Charles Clay: Lands on PUP-P (RotoWire) Clay, who is dealing with a knee issue, was placed on the physically unable to perform list Saturday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports. Analysis: Clay, who was released by the Bills in February following four seasons with the franchise, signed a one-year contract with the Cardinals in the offseason and is expected to be the team's starting tight end this season. The Cardinals don't report to training camp until July 24, so it's possible the veteran tight end could be ready to practice shortly after, but the PUP listing allows for Clay and the team to manage his rehab at a more manageable pace. Ricky Seals-Jones stands ... (More)21 hours
22.Troy Fumagalli: Missing time with hip injury (RotoWire) Fumagalli is day-to-day with a hip injury, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports. Analysis: Fumagalli missed his rookie year thanks to a sports hernia injury but was supposedly healthy entering training camp. While this newest ailment doesn't sound serious, he is in a fierce competition for playing time with the likes of Jake Butt, Noah Fant and Jeff Heuerman so any sort of absence could wind up being a major setback.22 hours
23.Cards sign journeyman OLB/DL Sterling Ba... (Rotoworld) Cardinals signed OLB/DL Sterling Bailey. Analysis: Bailey's had a cup of coffee with the Colts, Seahawks, Vikings, Buccaneers and Panthers since initially coming into the league in '16. Arizona released OL Will Holden in a corresponding move.22 hours
24.Cardinals place TE Charles Clay on PUP l... (Rotoworld) Cardinals placed TE Charles Clay (knee) on the active/PUP list. Analysis: The team also placed DE Robert Nkemdiche (knee), OL Max Garcia (knee), LB Brooks Reed (hip), CB Brandon Williams (back) and LB Dante Booker (knee) on the active/PUP list. All are eligible to return at any point during camp but cannot participate in on-field team work until they come off the list. Given Clay's injury history, Ricky Seals-Jones is a late-round flier worth monitoring if the former isn't available to return for Week 1.22 hours
25.River Cracraft: Out at least a week (RotoWire) Cracraft is expected to miss "at least a week" with an oblique injury, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports. Analysis: Cracraft evidently picked up the injury fielding a punt late during Friday's practice. While the severity isn't known, the fact the second-year receiver is out at least a week is a bit troubling, especially considering two separate Broncos receivers retired this week potentially opening the door for Cracraft to earn a spot on the 53-man roster. Juwann Winfree and Fred Brown stand to benefit the most with Cracraft's absence.1 day
26.Devin White: Will sign rookie contract (RotoWire) White will sign his rookie contract Saturday, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Analysis: White was one of the few remaining 2019 first-round picks not to have signed his rookie deal, but the Bucs never seemed worried about the possibility of the middle linebacker missing any training camp. White and fellow inside backer Lavonte David should be among the fastest starting tandem in the NFL.1 day
27.Bucs sign LB Devin White to rookie deal (Rotoworld) Bucs signed No. 5 overall pick LB Devin White to a four-year contract. Analysis: White was late to sign but wont miss any training camp time. After letting Kwon Alexander walk, the Bucs are counting on heavy snaps from White in Year 1. White should be an every-down starter in the middle of Todd Bowles' defense.1 day
28.Will Fuller: Expected back Week 1 (RotoWire) Fuller (knee) is expected to be healthy for the start of the regular season, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Analysis: This shouldn't come as a surprise, as the expectation since Fuller suffered a torn ACL in late October was that the speedy wideout would be available Week 1 of the new campaign. The Texans did exercise Fuller's fifth-year option, so there's some incentive for the 2016 first-round pick, who has missed 17 games in the past three seasons, to stay on the field in 2019. While Fuller's availability remains a concern, the 25-year-old has consistently been a downfield threat thus far in his career, averaging a ... (More)1 day
29.Jordan Thomas: Enters camp atop depth chart (RotoWire) Thomas is at the top of the depth chart as the Texans prepare to kick off training camp next week, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Analysis: Thomas, a 2018 sixth-round pick, had a successful season as a rookie, catching 20 passes on 27 targets for 215 yards and four touchdowns. While he enters camp atop the depth chart, there will be competition from fellow 2018 draft pick Jordan Akins and 2019 third-round pick Kahale Warring. A committee approach may be the preferred strategy. "We've got a rotation going. So, you never know until you get into training camp. It's going to be a great competition. All of us are great athl... (More)1 day
30.Jordan Akins: More diversity in 2019 (RotoWire) Akins is expected to be utilized in several positions in 2019, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Analysis: Akins lined up as a slot receiver and fullback last season and expects to be used in those positions even more in 2019. "I would say slot receiver," Akins said. "Special teams as well, up-back, punt return as well as fullback. Just moving us around, I think we can create more mismatches. All of our tight ends bring a different set of skills." Akins, last year's third-round draft pick, and 2018 sixth-rounder Jordan Thomas return as the leaders at tight end with 2019 third-rounder Kahale Warring also in the mix. Thomas... (More)1 day
31.Ravens LG Alex Lewis goes on active/PUP ... (Rotoworld) Ravens placed LG Alex Lewis (shoulder) on the active/PUP list. Analysis: Lewis is working his way back from offseason shoulder surgery. It's not a great sign he's still not ready to practice, but be can come off the list at any time. Barring setbacks, Lewis should be ready for Week 1.1 day
32.PFT: Chiefs may look to trade Tyreek Hil... (Rotoworld) ProFootballTalk's Mike Florio suggests the Chiefs may look to trade contract-year WR Tyreek Hill. Analysis: The Chiefs plan to resume long-term talks with Hill now that he's been cleared of a suspension. The sides weren't close before his off-field situation, so it's hard to see a deal getting worked out. Hill could push for $20 million annually — potentially pricing himself out of Kansas City. With Mecole Hardman as an in-house fallback, it's possible the Chiefs tag-and-trade Hill next offseason. 1 day
33.Will Fuller (knee) on track for Week 1 (Rotoworld) The Houston Chronicle expects Will Fuller (knee) to be ready for Week 1. Analysis: Fuller did get in any reps at OTAs. He could miss or be limited in the early stages of training camp, but he's progressing on schedule. Fuller played just seven games before going down last year and has yet to play a full season since entering the league. He'll be 11 months removed from surgery for Week 1.1 day
34.McVay: Todd Gurley (knee) 'ready' for ca... (Rotoworld) Rams coach Sean McVay said Todd Gurley (knee) is "ready to go." Analysis: "He's feeling great," McVay said on Jimmy Kimmel Live. "One of the things about Todd is he's a great competitor. He's earned the right to have the plan that we had this offseason." McVay's comments come after Gurley told NFL Network his knee was a non-issue. The Rams may limit his reps early, but Gurley should be cleared for the start of training camp.1 day
35.Quinnen Williams unsigned for start of c... (Rotoworld) Jets rookie DT Quinnen Williams didn't report for the start of training camp. Analysis: Williams has still yet to sign his rookie contract. The Jets did the same with Sam Darnold last year, who skipped the first few practices before reporting to camp. It's not clear what the holdup is with Williams, but he shouldn't miss much time.1 day
36.Josh Jacobs could see more receiving work (FantasyPros) Josh Jacobs could see more receiving work at the expense of Jalen Richard. Analysis: Expect Jalen Richard to lose a "good chunk" of his receiving work to rookie Josh Jacobs, Vic Tafur of the Athletic reports. Gruden has been talking up Jacobs as a three-down back and expects too see a heavy workload. With the recent rumors, Richard who led the team with 68 receptions last season, would see his fantasy value take a massive hit. Now that his contract is squared away, Josh Jacobs' ADP is expected to rise as we get closer into the preseason. This recent news only boosts his fantasy value for 2019.1 day
37.Demarcus Robinson to fill Chris Conley role (FantasyPros) Demarcus Robinson will be asked to replace Chris Conley in the Kansas City offense. Analysis: Conley didn't light the world on fire, but did play 77 percent of the snaps with a 32-334-5 receiving line. Robinson played 419 offensive snaps and went 22-288-4 on 33 targets last season. His superior per-snap and per-target efficiency makes him an intriguing option for the Chiefs. With Tyreke Hill avoiding suspension, Robinson will be the fourth receiving option for the Chiefs this season, and someone who should be closely monitored in this high-powered offense.1 day
38.Phillip Lindsay getting first team reps (FantasyPros) Phillip Lindsay (wrist) is getting first team reps and practiced without limitations on the first day of Broncos camp. Analysis: Lindsay didn't receive a single handoff all offseason, so this is a good sign that he is fully healthy heading into training camp. It was previously reported that Lindsay would be eased into action as training camp proceeds, but barring a setback, he should be over last year's wrist injury. Lindsay remains on top of the depth chart and is an RB2 with upside.1 day
39.Damon Harrison: Agent meeting with team (RotoWire) Harrison's agent with meet with the Lions in hopes of securing a a new contract, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. Analysis: Harrison skipped voluntary workouts last spring and mandatory minicamp in June, although it's unclear whether he would sit out of training camp as well. The Lions as a whole begin training camp Wednesday, and the eight-year-pro would induce a fine of $40,000 a day if he decides to not attend. After being acquired in a trade with the Giants in October, Harrison racked up 50 total tackles, 3.5 sacks and a forced fumble over the last 10 games of the season. The 30-year-old currently has two seasons le... (More)1 day
40.Brian Hill: Competing for No. 3 job (RotoWire) Hill will have the opportunity to claim the Falcons' No. 3 running back spot heading into 2019, D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Analysis: The starting and backup roles are already locked in with Devonta Freeman and Ito Smith, respectively, after the departure of Tevin Coleman. Hill's competition for the No. 3 role comes primarily in the form of rookie Qadree Ollison and six-year-pro Kenjon Barner. Ollison ran for 1,213 yards on 6.3 YPC over 14 starts at Pitt in 2018, while Barner currently projects to have a heavy hand in the return game for Atlanta, which could be his ticket to a roster spot. Hill sa... (More)1 day
41.LeSean McCoy's roster status not guarant... (Rotoworld) MMQB's Albert Breer reports some around the league believe the Bills could cut or trade LeSean McCoy before Week 1. Analysis: The Bills have backed McCoy all offseason despite his career worst 2018. With Frank Gore and T.J. Yeldon added to the mix, it's possible one of the veterans becomes expendable if rookie Devin Singletary can put together a strong training camp. McCoy has the highest salary — the Bills can save $6.4 million from his release — but it would be surprising if he didn't play out the final year of his deal in Buffalo.1 day
42.Darren Sproles: Heading back to Philly (RotoWire) The Eagles and Sproles agreed to a one-year contract Friday, Dave Spadaro of the team's official site reports. Analysis: With less than a week remaining before the start of training camp, Philly welcomes back the 14-year veteran. Sproles has been limited to just nine appearances the past two seasons, the result of multiple lower-body injuries. Even if his body can't hold up to the rigors of regular work out of the backfield at age 36, his prowess as a punt returner should help him earn a role on the Eagles' 53-man roster. Such a gig may be his destiny anyway after the team brought in Jordan Howard and Miles Sanders (hamstring) via tra... (More)1 day
43.Eagles bring back Sproles on one-year de... (Rotoworld) Eagles signed RB Darren Sproles to a one-year contract.1 day
44.Michael Pierce: Placed on NFI list (RotoWire) The Ravens have placed Pierce on the non-football injury (NFI) list, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Analysis: Baltimore has one of the toughest conditioning tests in the league and often utilizes the NFI for players that can't meet the standard at the beginning of training camp. Pierce drew some unwanted attention back in June when he was removed from the practice field at mandatory minicamp after showing up overweight. Listed at 6-foot, 340 pounds, he's one of the better run-stuffing tackles in the NFL and is scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent next offseason. The Ravens presumably want him to get in better shape before they... (More)1 day
45.Chris Lacy placed on active/PUP list (Rotoworld) Lions placed WR Chris Lacy (leg) on the active/PUP list. Analysis: This comes as a surprise after Lacy got some first-team reps at minicamp. He can be activated at anytime, but this isn't a great start for a player on the roster bubble. Lacy is competing for Detroit's No. 5 receiver job.1 day
46.Darren Sproles agrees to one-year deal to return to Eagles (FantasyPros) Running back Darren Sproles has agreed to a on-year contract to return to the Philadelphia Eagles, the team announced on Twitter Friday. Analysis: Sproles had been pondering retirement after missing much of the last two seasons due to various injuries, namely a torn ACL that ended his 2017 season and a hamstring strain that delayed the start of his 2018 campaign by 11 weeks. The Eagles have maintained all along that they were interested in bring Sproles back, and he will join a crowded backfield in Philadelphia. The Eagles traded for running back Jordan Howard and drafted Miles Sanders this offseason, and they are returning Core... (More)1 day
47.Eagles bring back Darren Sproles (FFToday) Eagles have agreed to terms with RB on a one-year contract. Analysis: As usual the Eagles have a plethora of running backs on their depth chart to make fantasy owners angry and now they've added one more. At 36 years old, it's hard to imagine Sproles having a big role in the offense but the Eagles do have room for him as a kick returner. has the talent and upside fantasy owners will want to target in the middle rounds.1 day
48.Justin Watson: Getting slot reps (RotoWire) Watson took frequent slot reps during spring practices, Greg Auman of The Athletic reports. Analysis: New coach Bruce Arian previously discussed using Chris Godwin in the slot, which likely would leave Mike Evans (hamstring) and Breshad Perriman as the outside receivers in three-wide formations. Of course, Perriman's role in the offense is no sure thing, so the Bucs may pivot to a different plan if Watson or Scott Miller outplays the 2015 first-round pick this summer. Watson was a fifth-round selection in 2018, lifted by an impressive showing at his pro day -- 4.44 40, 124-inch broad jump -- after a prolific Ivy League career with 3,7... (More)1 day
49.Jarvis Landry: Ready for camp (RotoWire) Landry (undisclosed) said he'll be a full participant at the outset of training camp, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon-Journal reports. Analysis: Landry resumed running routes in early July, working out with teammates in California the week before quarterback Baker Mayfield's wedding. The 26-year-old wide receiver declined to provide details on his injury, merely saying that he now feels better in time for training camp. Mayfield has a horde of useful pass catchers at his disposal, with Landry joined by Odell Beckham, Antonio Callaway and Rashard Higgins at wide receiver, as well as tight ends David Njoku and Demetrius Harris and runni... (More)1 day
50.Beane still a believer in LeSean McCoy (Rotoworld) Bills GM Brandon Beane feels LeSean McCoy has "enough left in the tank" for 2019. Analysis: "I think LeSean can still play," said Beane. "If not, we would have made the decision to move on." Coming off what was easily his worst season, the fading 31-year-old will face training camp competition from Frank Gore and third-round rookie Devin Singletary. McCoy is probably still the favorite to lead the backfield in touches over those two, though the 11th-year ball-carrier's fantasy arrow is clearly pointing down.1 day
51.Austin Bryant among 4 Lions put on NFI (Rotoworld) Lions placed fourth-round DE Austin Bryant on the Active/NFI list. Analysis: The rookie's injury wasn't specified. DT John Atkins, DT P.J. Johnson and OT Ryan Pope will join him on the NFI list while WR Chris Lacy will open camp on Active/PUP. A national champion during his time at Clemson, Bryant earned third-team All-ACC recognition as a senior in 2018.1 day
52.Dynasty | Mecole Hardman set to drop (Dynasty League Football) Due to the breaking news that Tyreek Hill will not be suspended for 2019, the value of rookie receiver Mecole Hardman is set to drop Analysis: Hardman was flying off the board in the top of the second round of rookie drafts, even appearing in the bottom of the first-round at times, but has been sliding of late as expectation set in that Hill's suspension would be minimal. Now that the NFL has released a statement that no suspension is forthcoming, Hardman's value will continue to slide. Drafted as, largely, an upside special teams tale... (More)1 day
53.Dynasty | Tyreek Hill avoids suspension (Dynasty League Football) The NFL released a statement stating Kansas City wide receiver Tyreek Hill will NOT be suspended Analysis: There was no greater risk-on acquisition this off-season than that of Tyreek Hill, who was facing a lengthy suspension for domestic abuse. Regardless of your personal thoughts on the situation, the Chiefs and Hill owners dodged a huge bullet. Conversely, those who were willing to face the wind and risk a discounted acquisition have been richly rewarded, at least as it stands no... (More)1 day
54.Watson prepping for slot by watching Fit... (Rotoworld) Justin Watson watched tape of Larry Fitzgerald to prepare him for playing the slot this season. Analysis: "Larry Fitzgerald is a guy I’ve always tried to take my game after," said the 2018 fifth-rounder. "To see him running the exact same routes I’m running, it’s been pretty awesome for me." Fitzgerald had some of his best seasons playing the slot under Bruce Arians and obviously Watson feels he can learn something from the future Hall of Famer. The Penn product played sparingly as a rookie and it would probably take an injury to slot receiver Chris Godwin for him ... (More)1 day
55.Barwin still hoping to sign with Philade... (Rotoworld) Free agent DE Connor Barwin confirmed he's been in contact with Eagles GM Howie Roseman about a potential return. Analysis: Roseman said he wants to evaluate some of the team's young talent in training camp before "reconvening" in a couple weeks. Barwin is hoping to play as a 4-3 edge rusher this upcoming season. To prepare for this transition, the 32-year-old has bulked up to 270 pounds, well above the 255 he played at last year.1 day
56.Todd Gurley: Feeling good before camp (RotoWire) Coach Sean McVay said Gurley (knee) is feeling great and has earned the right to scale back his offseason workload, NFL.com's Kevin Patra reports. "I think he's earned the right to be able to have the plan that we had this offseason," McVay said. "Can't wait to get him back going. I know he's ready to go and it's going to be fun for the Rams this year." Analysis: Gurley and McVay have maintained optimism all along, while the Rams' offseason actions hint at some level of concern, with the team matching a two-year, $3.3 million offer sheet for Malcolm Brown and later trading up to draft Darrell Henderson. Reports of arthritis in Gurley'... (More)2 days
57.Fangio on Lock: 'He's not a quarterback ... (Rotoworld) In discussing second-round QB Drew Lock's development, Broncos coach Vic Fangio said, "He's not a quarterback yet." Analysis: It's a pretty blunt criticism of the rookie, though Lock always figured to be a work in progress. "He's a hard-throwing pitcher that doesn't know how to pitch yet," said Fangio after Friday's practice. Lock showed a huge arm during his four-year run at Mizzou but was inconsistent and struggled on routine touch throws. Surely the Broncos are hoping he'll take the mantle from Joe Flacco at some point this season, but obviously he's not close to m... (More)2 days
58.Kurt Coleman: Reunites with McDermott (RotoWire) Coleman signed with Buffalo on Friday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. Analysis: Veteran safety Rafael Bush has decided to retire, so as they often do, GM Brandon Beane and coach Sean McDermott first turned to their Carolina rolodex and Coleman will shuffle off to Buffalo, likely to serve in the same depth role Bush was pegged for. Micah Hyde and Jordan Poyer are one of the top safety tandems in the league, though given Coleman's decent resume and familiarity with McDermott's defense, he could quickly move his way into an important depth role behind the starters.2 days
59.Anthony Castonzo an extension candidate? (Rotoworld) Kevin Bowen of 107.5 The Fan considers contract-year LT Anthony Castonzo an "obvious" extension candidate. Analysis: Indianapolis has a number of contracts coming off the books—Jacoby Brissett, Jack Doyle, Eric Ebron and Jabaal Sheard will enter free agency after 2019—but keeping Castonzo should be a top priority for the Colts. The 30-year-old left tackle seems keen on staying in Indy, noting an extension would be "great." "Obviously, any time you can be under contract and feeling good about it, that's always good," said Castonzo, who earned PFF's No. 19 grade among tackles last season. "I'm just... (More)2 days
60.Rafael Bush: Opts for retirement (RotoWire) Bush has decided to retire from football, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. Analysis: The veteran actually had a decent shot at making the team after doing a nice job as a depth signee in 2018, but he also had no chance of starting and the Bills have plenty of young guys to take his place, while a new veteran immediately enters the fold as the team signed Kurt Coleman on Friday. Bush has played in the league since 2011 and put together a nice career after going undrafted in 2010.2 days
61.Tyreek Hill: Won't be suspended (RotoWire) The NFL does not plan to fine or suspend Hill after completing its investigation into allegations of child abuse, James Palmer of NFL Network reports. Analysis: The investigation didn't provide enough evidence to conclude that Hill violated the league's personal conduct policy. He's now eligible to participate in all team activities, including regular-season games. The NFL's statement acknowledges the possibility of another investigation, but only if the league receives new information from law enforcement. The Chiefs released their own statement saying that Hill will have his team suspension lifted to allow for participation at th... (More)2 days
62.K.C. 'remains interested' in Tyreek exte... (Rotoworld) Yahoo's Terez Paylor reports the Chiefs "remain interested" in extending contract-year WR Tyreek Hill. Analysis: Now that the assault accusations are behind Hill -- for now -- the sides can try to concentrate on football and business matters. Hill is entering the final year of his rookie deal but obviously has a concerning off-field history, one that is, as Paylor puts it, going to require "both sides to work through some things." That likely means some language in Hill's potential extension that keeps the Chiefs safe should Hill slip up off the field. Prior to thi... (More)2 days
63.Grant, Renfrow to compete as Raiders' sl... (Rotoworld) The Athletic's Vic Tafur expects Ryan Grant and fifth-round rookie Hunter Renfrow to compete for the Raiders' slot receiver job. Analysis: Most have expected Renfrow to win the job, but Tafur notes "everyone seems to forget about Grant." Grant was pretty bad with Andrew Luck in Indianapolis last year, getting passed on the depth chart at times by Chester Rogers and Zach Pascal. But coach Jon Gruden's brother, Jay, loved Grant in Washington, and Gruden is a big fan of veterans. Whoever wins the job between Antonio Brown and Tyrell Williams won't be of fantasy relevance.2 days
64.Dynasty | Tyreek Hill avoids suspension (Dynasty League Football) Tyreek Hill will not be suspended by the league after the NFL was unable to find enough evidence to do so. Analysis: The NFL conducted a four month investigation of Hill after he was investigated by the police for allegedly breaking his son's arm. The NFL came to a similar conclusion as the judge who ruled over Hill's criminal proceedings, in that there just wasn't enough evidence to confirm Hill was guilty of violating the leagues' policies on proper conduct. The Chiefs organization has yet to issue a statement in regards to... (More)2 days
65.Bills S Rafael Bush retires after 91 gam... (Rotoworld) Bills S Rafael Bush is retiring from the NFL after eight seasons. Analysis: Bush, 32, played for four teams, starting his career in Denver before spending five of his next six seasons with the Saints with a one-year stop with the Lions in between. He played last season in Buffalo and made 91 career appearances mostly as a third safety and special teams ace. The Bills signed S Kurt Coleman to take Bush's roster spot.2 days
66.Bills ink S Kurt Coleman to one-year dea... (Rotoworld) Bills signed S Kurt Coleman, formerly of the Saints, to a one-year contract. Analysis: Coleman reunites with coach Sean McDermott, who he played for in Carolina. The Bills needed some safety help because third safety and special teams standout Rafael Bush decided to call it a career and retire. 31-year-old Coleman should see plenty of work on defense should he make the team.2 days
67.Former Giants OL Petrus dies at age of 3... (Rotoworld) Former Giants OG Mitch Petrus died of heat stroke at the age of 32 on Thursday. Analysis: Petrus spent the day working outside for the family business in Lonoke County, Arkansas. So unfortunate and a reminder to not ignore the signs of heat exhaustion before it gets too late. Petrus was a fifth-round pick of the Giants in 2010 and won a Super Bowl with the team in 2011 before being cut in 2012 and then spending time with the Patriots and Titans before falling out of the league. Our thoughts are with Petrus and his loved ones.2 days
68.NFL won't suspend Tyreek Hill; free to p... (Rotoworld) The NFL announced it will not suspend Tyreek Hill, who was accused of assaulting his son earlier in the offseason. Analysis: The NFL conducted a four-month investigation on the matter and determined there was insufficient evidence that Hill violated the personal-conduct policy. When news of this matter initially broke months ago, things looked extremely troubling for Hill. But by the end of it, cracks in the case began to split open, and it appeared Hill genuinely might have been being set up by his ex-fiance. Hill is now free to report to camp and go about his normal routine. For fa... (More)2 days
69.Tyreek Hill will not face suspension (FantasyPros) Per Ian Rapoport and James Palmer, the NFL does not plan to suspend Tyreek Hill for his alleged involvement in a child abuse incident. Analysis: The unexpected news wraps up what has been a months-long saga of accusations and conflicting information. Hill was never charged for involvement in his son's broken arm, though disturbing audio of he and his fiancée discussing the child was released. Hill was involved in a domestic abuse incident in college with his then-pregnant girlfriend, and it is a bit surprising that Hill will not face a suspension, given his history and the aggravating circumstances. Hill has not been allowed to... (More)2 days
70.No suspension for Tyreek Hill (FFToday) NFL will not discipline Chiefs’ WR , who was accused of assaulting his son. League could not find evidence he did; it will leave open case if further evidence emerges, but Hill is free to report to camp, practice and play this season. Analysis: From the league - "based on the evidence presently available the NFL cannot concluded that Mr. Hill violated the Personal Conduct Policy." After the initial rush to judgement, we got a sense over the last few weeks that the potential suspension was going to be 0-4 games. Hill hasn't been vindicated, but he is allowed to resume activities with the team. Hill remains a top end WR1 as long as h... (More)2 days
71.Marquise Brown: Uncertain for Week 1 (RotoWire) Brown (foot) faces a difficult timeline to be ready for Week 1, Jeff Zrebic of The Athletic reports. Analysis: Coming back from Jan. 8 surgery on a Lisfranc injury, Brown still wasn't running full speed at June minicamp and was placed on the non-football injury list Thursday for the start of training camp. The Ravens haven't provided a useful update since mid-June, but that should change soon enough once coach John Harbaugh talks with the media. Given the state of their wideout depth chart, the Ravens likely intend for the first-round pick to handle a key role whenever he's cleared to play.2 days
72.Emmanuel Sanders to be “full go” at practice within 2-3 weeks (FantasyPros) Emmanuel Sanders will reportedly be "full go" at practice in the coming weeks. Analysis: It's welcome news for Broncos fans, as it indicates Sanders is likely to be on the field for Week 1. His quick recovery from a torn Achilles will likely limit the upside of young wideouts Courtland Sutton and DaeSean Hamilton, though Sanders has some WR3 appeal if healthy.2 days
73.Marquise Brown placed on non-football injury list, progressing well (FantasyPros) Marquise Brown (foot) was placed on the non-football injury list. He is progressing well and should be back on the field in a few weeks. Analysis: Brown missed the entire pre-draft process due to his recovery from January surgery to address a Lisfranc injury. It was reported previously that the Ravens would hope to have him by training camp. Brown's status for the preseason is up in the air until he's cleared to take the practice field. It's possible this issue could force him to miss the entire preseason, but he could be ready by Week 1.2 days
74.Broncos bring back RB David Williams (Rotoworld) Broncos re-signed RB David Williams. Analysis: The No. 226 overall pick of last year's draft by the Broncos, Williams ended up spending most of the year with the Jags. He was cut by Jacksonville in May. Williams is facing long odds of cracking the 53-man roster in the Broncos' deep backfield.2 days
75.Torry McTyer: Participates in offseason program (RotoWire) McTyer (concussion) participated in Miami's June minicamp, Allen Eyestone of The Palm Beach Post reports. Analysis: McTyer had been dealing with concussion issues since December. The 24-year-old missed only one game last season -- Week 11 against the Colts -- en route to recording 30 tackles (22 solo) and three pass breakups over 347 and 152 snaps on defense and special teams, respectively.2 days
76.Rayshawn Jenkins: Will compete for starting FS spot (RotoWire) Jenkins will likely see competition from Jaylen Watkins and Nasir Adderley for the Chargers' starting free safety spot, Ricky Henne of the Chargers' official site reports. Analysis: Jenkins was originally poised for the starting role after Jahleel Addae was released in early March and Derwin James slid over to strong safety, but the emergence of Jaylen Watkins (knee) and the selection of Nasir Adderley (undisclosed) in the second round of the 2019 Draft have muddied those waters. Jenkins enjoyed a starting gig in the Chargers' two playoff games last season, seeing the field for all but two defensive snaps while racking up 13 total tac... (More)2 days
77.Xavier Rhodes: Participates in offseason practice (RotoWire) Rhodes (groin) participated in the Vikings' June minicamp, Eric Smith of the team's official site reports. Analysis: This groin issue forced Rhodes to miss the 2018 finale against Chicago. It was just the latest of a laundry list of injuries he sustained last season, including ankle and foot problems as well as two separate hamstring issues. Regardless, Rhodes only missed two contests last season and racked up 47 tackles (41 solo), seven pass breakups and an interception.2 days
78.Eric Kendricks: Participates in offseason program (RotoWire) Kendricks (hamstring) participated in Minnesota's June minicamp, Eric Smith of the Vikings' official site reports. Analysis: Kendricks sustained the hamstring injury Week 15 against Miami and was forced to sit out the final two games of the season. Regardless, the 27-year-old was still able to pile up 108 total tackles, seven pass breakups, two interceptions and a forced fumble in 2018.2 days
79.Limited touches for Jalen Richard in 2019? (FFToday) Jon Gruden said reminds the coach of Charlie Garner and is deserving of a bigger role. And then he drafts in the first round to be a three-down back. Richard will probably split backup carries with and will lose a good chunk of those 68 catches last year to Jacobs. Analysis: Richard was one of the fantasy's biggest surprises in 2018 despite scoring only one touchdown, as he caught 68 of his 81 targets on a team that played from behind a ton. Unfortunately for him, Jacobs profiles as a solid early-down back who is quite gifted in the passing game. It wouldn't be surprising if Richard see his target cut almost in half this season, barr... (More)2 days
80.Todd Davis out 3-4 wks with partial calf... (Rotoworld) Broncos ILB Todd Davis will be sidelined 3-4 weeks after suffering a "partial" calf tear in Thursday's practice. Analysis: Much was made of Davis' Thursday injury — which occurred during the Broncos' first training camp session — but he has escaped with a minor issue. Headed into the second season of a three-year contract, Davis has been a starter since 2016. He played a career-high 841 snaps in 2018, registering half a sack, a pick and a defensive touchdown. He should be ready in plenty of time for Week 1.2 days
81.Dorian O'Daniel: Will proceed with special teams role (RotoWire) O'Daniel will likely continue to play a crucial role on the Chiefs' special team unit this season, Brooke Pryor of the Kansas City Star reports. Analysis: O'Daniel was on the field for over half of the special team's snaps in each game last season. The 24-year-old logged 292 snaps on special teams and 311 snaps on defense over 16 contests in his rookie season, recording 34 tackles (21 solo), a pass breakup and a fumble recovery. O'Daniel missed both of Kansas City's playoff games with an ankle injury, but that seems to be a long-forgotten issue.2 days
82.Marquise Brown: Debut at training camp delayed (RotoWire) The Ravens placed Brown (foot) on the non-football injury list, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Analysis: Per Hensley, such a fate is reserved for those players that fail the conditioning test required to take part in training camp. Brown missed the entire pre-draft process due to his recovery from January surgery to address a Lisfranc injury, but he still displayed enough in college to be the first receiver picked in the 2019 draft. The sooner he begins working with second-year quarterback Lamar Jackson, the better, so Brown's status will remain of interest until he's cleared to take the practice field and later put on the pads ... (More)2 days
83.Marquise Brown (foot) 'progressing well' (Rotoworld) NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports Marquise Brown (NFI, Lisfranc) is "progressing well and should be back on the field in a few weeks." Analysis: That doesn't tell us much. Brown is beginning camp on the active/NFI list after coach John Harbaugh said last month he hoped to have his first-round pick for the beginning of camp. It sounds like the kind of issue that could cost Brown the entire preseason. Week 1 still appears realistic, however.2 days
84.Demarcus Robinson: Tasked with replacing Conley (RotoWire) Robinson will be asked to replace Chris Conley in the Kansas City offense, Nate Taylor of The Athletic reports. Analysis: Robinson and Conley actually had similar pass-catching production last season, though the former played just 419 offensive snaps (40 percent) while the latter handled 802 (77 percent). Robinson's superior per-snap and per-target efficiency bodes well for continued growth, depending on what happens with Tyreek Hill (suspension) and rookie second-round pick Mecole Hardman. Kansas City's ideal scenario may feature Robinson in the No. 4 job again, but the question marks ahead of him -- including Sammy Watkins' injury h... (More)2 days
85.Emmanuel Sanders: Starts with individual drills (RotoWire) Sanders (Achilles) was limited to individual drills Thursday but should be a full go in practice within two or three weeks, James Palmer of NFL Network reports. Analysis: Less than eight months removed from suffering an Achilles tear, Sanders looked comfortable running routes and quickly changing direction during Denver's first practice of training camp. Video clips from non-contact sessions don't prove he's regained his explosiveness, but it does at least appear he's on the right track toward playing Week 1. The 32-year-old is the only player on Denver's roster with an 800-yard receiving campaign to his name, with the team otherwise ... (More)2 days
86.Carl Granderson placed on did not report... (Rotoworld) Saints placed DE Carl Granderson on the did not report list. Analysis: The UDFA was recently sentenced to six months in a Wyoming jail stemming from a sexual battery case. He is expected to miss the entire 2019 season. It's frankly surprising that Granderson has not been released.2 days
87.Marquise Brown begins camp on NFI list (Rotoworld) Ravens first-round WR Marquise Brown (Lisfranc) will open camp on the active/NFI list. Analysis: Coach John Harbaugh had said last month that he was "hopeful" Brown would be ready for camp. Brown has participated in individual drills but has yet to resume running at full speed. As of yet, there does not appear to be concern about Brown's Week 1 status. He went under the knife in February. The health question mark is yet another reason why Brown is not an appealing re-draft prospect despite his status as the No. 25 overall pick of the draft.2 days
88.Demarcus Robinson to play Chris Conley r... (Rotoworld) The Athletic's Nate Taylor reports Demarcus Robinson will be asked to play the old Chris Conley role in the Chiefs' offense this season. Analysis: Now, Conley didn't blow up on the stat sheet by any means with his 32-334-5 receiving line on 9.2% of the Chiefs' targets, but he did play 74.7% of the snaps. He was on the field quite a bit, and Robinson could see a big uptick after playing just over 36% of the downs a year ago. Robinson and Patrick Mahomes have been working on their deep-ball and play-extending connection this offseason as Robinson heads into a contract year. Robinson wen... (More)2 days
89.Jalen Richard to lose 'good chunk' of ca... (Rotoworld) The Athletic's Vic Tafur expects Jalen Richard to lose a "good chunk" of his receiving work to rookie Josh Jacobs. Analysis: As Tafur points out, Richard had been drawing Charlie Garner comparisons from coach Jon Gruden, but then Gruden went out and made Josh Jacobs the No. 24 overall pick of the draft before talking him up as a three-down back. Richard tied Jared Cook for the Raiders' 2018 team lead in receptions at 68, but even if Jacobs struggles, Richard's path to standalone fantasy value is looking dicey.2 days
90.Emmanuel Sanders expected to be full go ... (Rotoworld) NFL Network's James Palmer expects Emmanuel Sanders (Achilles') to be "full go" in 2-3 weeks. Analysis: Sanders avoided the active/PUP list to begin camp but is still having his snaps rationed. Speaking Thursday, he said he could participate in 11-on-11 drills if he had to. It remains to be seen how much, if any, work Sanders gets in the preseason, but Week 1 is not in doubt.3 days
91.Phillip Lindsay practices without limita... (Rotoworld) Phillip Lindsay (wrist) practiced without limitations on the first day of Broncos camp. Analysis: As previously reported, Lindsay ran as the starter in 11-on-11 drills. The Royce Freeman hype has been thick this summer, but sophomore UDFA Lindsay remains the man at the top of the depth chart.3 days
92.Todd Davis: Suffers calf injury (RotoWire) Davis is slated to undergo an MRI on his calf, James Palmer of NFL Network reports. Analysis: The linebacker limped off the field on the first day of training camp practice Thursday, but initial reports suggest that Davis merely tweaked his calf. His absence from practice should free up first-team reps for Joseph Jones or Keishawn Bierria.3 days
93.Phillip Lindsay: No limitations at practice (RotoWire) Coach Vic Fangio relayed after practice Thursday that Lindsay (wrist) doesn't have any limitations, Zac Stevens of BSNDenver.com reports. Analysis: Per the report, Fangio liked what he saw from Lindsay on the first day of Broncos training camp. Given that the running back is bouncing back from a wrist injury, there's no concern regarding the wheels that propelled him (as a rookie) to 192 carries for 1,037 yards and nine TDs to go along with 35 catches for 241 yards and a receiving score in 2018. It's been noted that Lindsay may be eased into practices as training camp proceeds, but barring any setbacks, Denver's top back should be wel... (More)3 days
94.Todd Davis carted off at Broncos practice (FantasyPros) Broncos starting linebacker Todd Davis was carted off the field after suffering an apparent leg injury on the team's first day of training camp. Analysis: NFL Media's James Palmer reported that Davis injured his calf and will have an MRI. The initial feeling, though, is that the injury is not serious. Davis started all 16 games last season. He recorded 114 tackles, 0.5 sack, and one interception.3 days
95.Darius Slay: Working toward deal (RotoWire) Agent Drew Rosenhaus will meet with the Lions this week to discuss new contracts for Slay and defensive tackle Damon Harrison, Dave Birkett of The Detroit Free Press reports. Analysis: Both players skipped mandatory minicamp in June and aren't expected to report for the start of training camp without new deals. The Lions are in a tricky position, as they probably don't love the precedent of renegotiating contracts that have two seasons remaining, but also can't like the prospect of playing without their two most important defenders. Slay averaged 15.2 games (all starts), 53.4 tackles (46.6 solo), 17.2 pass deflections and 3.4 intercep... (More)3 days
96.Avonte Maddox could be an every-down pla... (Rotoworld) PhillyVoice's Jimmy Kempski guesses Eagles CB Avonte Maddox will be an every-down player this season. Analysis: Maddox played relatively well as a rookie, and Kempski writes "he was one of the best players on the field" during the offseason program. Assuming they are healthy, Ronald Darby and Jalen Mills should have roles, but Kempski believes Maddox has shown well enough to play in base packages in addition to his slot role. Rasul Douglas and Sidney Jones are also options in Philly's deep corner group.3 days
97.Jalen Mills unlikely to be ready for cam... (Rotoworld) PhillyVoice's Jimmy Kempski believes it is unlikely Eagles CB Jalen Mills (foot) is ready for the start of training camp. Analysis: Mills injured his foot late last October before eventually landing on injured reserve. He did not participate in the offseason program, and Kempski reports Mills was not even working to the side with other injured players. With Ronald Darby recovering from an ACL tear, the Eagles have injury questions atop the depth chart.3 days
98.Damon Harrison's agent meeting with Lion... (Rotoworld) The Detroit Free Press' Dave Birkett reports Damon Harrison's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, will meet with the Lions this week.3 days
99.Slay's agent meeting with Lions this wee... (Rotoworld) The Detroit Free Press' Dave Birkett reports Darius Slay's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, will meet with the Lions this week. Analysis: Rosenhaus also represents Damon Harrison, who also skipped the offseason program. Slay still has two years left on his deal, so it is unlikely the Lions are willing to seriously negotiate. Perhaps a restructure with a bit more guaranteed cash could get the deal done. Slay is headed into his age-28 season.3 days
100.Elway is excited about quarterback situa... (Rotoworld) Broncos GM John Elway said he is excited about the quarterback situation. Analysis: The Broncos have struggled at quarterback since Peyton Manning's retirement, but Elway believes the arrivals of Joe Flacco and second-rounder Drew Lock may have changed their fortunes. "It's a hard position to fill," Elway said. "Hopefully with Joe we've got it solidified with Drew working under him." Elway added Flacco has earned the confidence of the rest of the roster. Perhaps that is true, but Flacco's recent history suggests he will be yet another disappointing option.3 days

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