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4/10:New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. hasn't spoken with head coach Pat Shurmur yet, but he has arrived for the start of the team's offseason program. "He's a professional and I'm glad he's here today," Shurmur said. OBJ has been the subject of trade rumors this offseason and is trying to come back after an injury-plagued 2017 season, but he may hold out in training camp as he seeks a long-term extension from the Giants. Either way, it probably won't affect his draft status in fantasy leagues, as he should once again be one of the first receivers off the board.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN New York - Jordan Raanan
4/10:The New England Patriots visited with free-agent running back Orleans Darkwa on Monday, according to a source. In his fourth season with the G-Men, Darkwa set career highs across the board in carries (171), yards (751), yards per carry (4.4) and touchdowns (five) in 15 games. He'd give New England another option in the backfield after Dion Lewis departed in free agency, but the Patriots still have James White, Rex Burkhead, Jeremy Hill and Mike Gillislee, so it's hard to imagine Darkwa having much fantasy value in such a crowded picture.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
4/10:New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is down to 260 pounds after typically playing at 265 pounds, and he's been working out at TB12, continuing his mission with trainer Alex Guerrero after his multitude of injuries in recent seasons. However, head coach Bill Belichick openly chastised Gronk for being a TB12 client, according to a source. It may have been the head coach's way of trying to keep other players from jumping ship on the team's training staff. Gronkowski only missed two games in 2017 (one due to suspension) and had 69 catches for 1,084 yards and eight touchdowns, so he remains an elite top-tier fantasy tight end as long as he's healthy. There appears to be some tension between Gronk and Belichick, but we'd expect that to blow over as the season approaches. Gronkowski should once again be one of the first tight ends off the board early in fantasy drafts as long as quarterback Tom Brady is throwing to him.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Boston Herald - Karen Guregian
4/9:Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck (shoulder) told the media on Monday that he has yet to throw an NFL-sized football in his rehab process from shoulder surgery, per NFL reporter Albert Breer. While Luck is clearly "trusting the process" by not skipping steps, any progress from the signal-caller needs to be tempered. Fantasy owners should be in a "believe it when you see it" attitude, but confidence about Luck's return is about all we are going to get with the regular season still far off in the distance.--Taylor Maxston - RotoBallerSource: Albert Breer
4/9:The Detroit Lions have re-signed restricted free-agent wide receiver T.J. Jones. Jones played in 14 games for the Lions in 2017. He finished last season with a career-high 30 receptions, 399 receiving yards and one touchdown. Jones has recorded 45 career receptions, 624 receiving yards and two touchdowns in 27 career games. He is pretty clearly behind Golden Tate and Marvin Jones on the depth chart and is unlikely to hold much, if any, fantasy value next season.--Andy P - RotoBallerSource: Detroit Lions
4/9:Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman La'el Collins said that he wants to stay at right tackle. Collins played the first two years of his career at left guard, and the Cowboys have thrown around the possibility of moving him back there, especially with the signing of Cameron Fleming. Collins said, "Right now I’m focused on playing tackle, that is where my mindset is." Ultimately, it won't be up to Collins, as the Cowboys likely didn't sign Fleming just as a depth piece.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Fort Worth Star-Telegram
4/9:Dallas Cowboys left tackle Tyron Smith (back, knee) said he is "feeling great" after a 2017 season filled with injuries. Smith missed three games and was limited in two others that he played in due to back and knee injuries. However, none of his injuries were severe enough to require any kind of offseason procedure. Quarterback Dak Prescott and the entire Cowboys offense struggled without Smith last season, so his healthy return in 2018 should be a nice boost all around.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource:
4/8:Penn State running back Saquon Barkley is visiting with the New York Giants on Sunday. If the Browns select USC quarterback first overall, there's a chance the Giants will pass over a quarterback to take Barkley at No. 2 overall later this month. Despite signing veteran running back Jonathan Stewart, the Giants have a need in the backfield, even with Wayne Gallman and Paul Perkins still in the picture. It's possible that Barkley could become a true three-down back immediately if he is drafted by the Giants.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN New York - Jordan Raanan
4/8:Louisiana State running back Derrius Guice is flying to visit with the New England Patriots for a private visit, according to a source. The Pats have three picks in the top 45, so they could definitely address some backfield needs. However, Guice would join a crowded backfield that still contains James White, Rex Burkhead, Jeremy Hill, Mike Gillislee and Brandon Bolden. Dion Lewis left in free agency. If New England were to draft Guice, he'd struggle for fantasy relevance in his rookie year.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Fan Rag Sports - Jon Ledyard
4/8:Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield is scheduled to make pre-draft visits with the New York Giants in the coming days. The Giants, who have the No. 2 overall pick, will visit with Mayfield this weekend, according to sources. He'll also visit with the Browns, Bills, Dolphins and Cardinals this month. Mayfield is pretty much a lock to go within the top 10 picks in the first round, and the G-Men may be satisfied with selecting him if Cleveland takes USC QB Sam Darnold at first overall. Mayfield doesn't have adequate size as an NFL signal caller, but everything else points to him being very successful at the next level. If in New York, he could challenge Eli Manning for the starting job in Year 1.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: New York Daily News - Manish Mehta
4/7:Buffalo Bills cornerback Vontae Davis (groin) said he has no limitations after surgery to fix his groin last November. "Everything is good, man," Davis said Wednesday. "I’m making tremendous strides, tremendous progress. I’m on schedule to go, we’re going into OTAs next week. There’s no limitation, I’m able to do everything." Buffalo is expecting Davis to hold down a starting corner spot across from Tre'Davious White in 2018. Davis was a Pro Bowler just several seasons ago with the Colts but managed to play in just five games in 2017 due to his groin injury. A bounce-back season for Davis would go a long way in improving Buffalo's secondary.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Buffalo News - Nick Veronica
4/7:San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan expects wide receiver Pierre Garcon (neck) to be healthy entering the 2018 season. In his first season in San Fran, the 31-year-old Garcon had 40 catches for 500 yards and no touchdowns in just eight games, but he was on pace for his third 1,000-yard season of his career. Now with impressive young quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo running the show, Garcon could certainly reach the 1,000-yard mark over a full season in this new and improved offense. Don't sleep on the veteran in the mid to late rounds of drafts if he proves he's back to full health in training camp.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NBC Sports Bay Area - Matt Maiocco
4/6:Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was involved in a car accident with a dump truck on Thursday, but he was uninjured. He was driving a matte black Ferrari F12 when the accident occured. Newton was OK and was seen walking around the car. Newton is a QB1 in fantasy football and makes plays happens with his legs, setting him apart from most other signal callers. He could be better in the passing department in 2018, too, under new offensive coordinator Norv Turner.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Charlotte Observer - Mark Price
4/6:Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Alshon Jeffery (shoulder) is still in a sling but reportedly hopes to be ready for the preseason. Jeffery played all of last season with a torn rotator cuff and was finally able to undergo surgery after the Super Bowl. He's already been ruled out for organized team activities, but there seems to be no concern at all about whether or not he'll be ready for Week 1.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Philadelphia Inquirer
4/6:Kansas City Chiefs special teams coach Dave Toub has been promoted to assistant head coach. He has served as the team's special teams coordinator for the last five years and will continue his duties in that role. Toub has been a head coaching candidate the last several years and was connected to the Colts job earlier this offseason. He should land a head coaching gig in the future, possibly as early as 2019.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource:
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