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6/25:Denver Broncos rookie running back Royce Freeman, a third-round pick in April's draft at 71st overall, has a chance to become the team's featured back in his first season. As of now, Devontae Freeman is atop the depth chart as the lead back, but Freeman and De'Angelo Henderson will push him for work. Freeman showed 4.5-second speed during his pre-draft workouts and averaged 5.9 yards per carry in four seasons in college. Freeman is a fine dynasty pick and could be a sleeper in redraft leagues as well as a handcuff to Booker.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN.com - Jeff Legwold
6/25:Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb was spotted by Michael Cohen of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel wearing a walking boot on his right foot. Cobb is reportedly dealing with a mild ankle injury and he described the walking boot as temporary. Cobb did participate in organized team activities this offseason but has supposedly been dealing with this injury for a little over a month. At this point, there is little to no risk that he will miss Week 1. Still, he will likely get eased into things when training camp does start up later this summer. There has been some intrigue regarding the status of Cobb’s ankle. He refused to answer whether the ankle had required surgery and has not disclosed what the injury is. Regardless, Cobb will play a big role in Green Bay’s offense this year. His projected early absence in training camp could give younger wide receivers a chance to show what they can do in 2018.--Tyger McGuiggan - RotoBallerSource: Michael Cohen
6/25:Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Brandon Graham is not likely to get a contract extension before entering free agency. Graham is scheduled to be a free agent after the 2018 season, as this will be the last season of his four-year, $26 million contract. Graham recorded 9.5 sacks in 2017 and should be able to command at least $15 million per season even though he turned 30 in April. He'll be one of the more sought-after defensive linemen in free agency.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: NJ.com
6/24:Washington Redskins wide receiver Jamison Crowder has developed excellent chemistry and trust with new quarterback Alex Smith, and all signs are pointing toward 2018 being a breakout season for the slot receiver. Crowder is entering the final year of his contract and should haveread more...
6/24:Denver Broncos rookie tight end Troy Fumagalli is rehabbing from a sports hernia surgery that has kept him out of the practices and workouts so far. He is making progress and says he will be 100% for training camp in July. While unable to participate in the physical side, Fumagalli has attended all of the wide receiver and tight end meetings as well as studying the playbook. He will be battling with a handful of other candidates but the leading threat so far would seem to be Jake Butt who is returning after missing his rookie season due to injury. Butt likely has the edge at the moment but time will tell.--Jamie Mellor - RotoBallerSource: Denver Post
6/23:Tennessee Titans right tackle Jack Conklin (knee) is making progress, but he was held out of organized team activities and minicamp and it's unknown if he'll be ready for the start of training camp next month. Head coach Mike Vrabel mentioned the Physically Unable to Perform list as a possibility for Conklin. It's also too early to predict if Conklin will be ready for Week 1. Not having Conklin ready for the start of the season isn't ideal, but he should be ready shortly thereafter if that's the case. Conklin is one of the better pass-blocking right tackles in the NFL.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Titans Online - Jim Wyatt
6/23:New England Patriots wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell (knee) is unsure if he'll be ready for training camp next month. Mitchell was held out of organized team activities and minicamp and it's unclear if the Pats are just being cautious with him. The 25-year-old sat out all of last season due to his knee injury, but New England could use him for depth with Julian Edelman set to start the season on suspension. Until Mitchell proves he's healthy, he can be avoided by fantasy owners.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Boston Herald - Karen Guregian
6/22:Washington Redskins quarterback Kevin Hogan is very much on the roster bubble heading into training camp as the third quarterback behind starter Alex Smith and backup Colt McCoy. Smith has been extremely durable in his career, so the 'Skins probably have no need to carry three QBs. Hogan played in four games for the Browns each of the last two seasons but has completed under 60 percent of his passes with a combined four touchdowns and seven interceptions.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NBC Sports Washington - Rich Tandler
6/22:Washington Redskins running back Rob Kelley's roster spot may be in jeopardy, as he's behind rookie Derrius Guice, Chris Thompson and Samaje Perine on the depth chart, and NBC Sports Washington's Rich Tandler thinks that lineup is 95 percent locked in. Kapri Bibbs and Byron Marshall are breathing down Kelley's neck. Kelley played in just seven games in 2017 and ran 62 times for 194 yards (3.1 yards per carry) and three touchdowns. Barring an injury in front of him, Kelley will have zero fantasy value.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NBC Sports Washington - Rich Tandler
6/22:Tennessee Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota has looked faster during offseason workouts now that he has shed his bulky knee brace. While working in a new offense heading into the 2018 season, Mariota has also cleaned up some his technique issues throwing the football. The 24-year-old has a great offensive line at his disposal and a strong running game, as well as improved wide receivers to throw to. It's looking like he could be a great bounce-back candidate in 2018, although fantasy owners still aren't targeting him as a QB1.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Titans Online - Jim Wyatt
6/22:Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Chad Williams is listed as a starter in the latest Cardinals depth chart. Although it is early in the offseason and the depth chart is just provisional, this bodes well for Williams' dynasty owners. Williams is expected to compete for an outside receiver role with rookie Christian Kirk and speedster J.J. Nelson. Regardless, Williams is a flex option, at best, even if he does end up winning a starting job due to the presence of wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald and running back David Johnson.--Martin K - RotoBallerSource: Darren Urban
6/22:Free-agent running back Orleans Darkwa (leg) announced on his Twitter account Friday that he has been cleared to resume football activities as he searches for a job ahead of training camp. Darkwa led the Giants in 2017 with 171 carries for 751 yards (career-high 4.4 yards per carry) and five touchdowns, but he hasn't generated any interest on the open market, likely because of his injury. If he can prove healthy, he could join a running-back needy club during training camp. Until then, he can be ignored in early fantasy drafts.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Twitter
6/22:Although Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick has much more experience, quarterback Ryan Griffin has an opportunity to leapfrog Fitzpatrick for backup duties in training camp. With Jameis Winston facing a three-game suspension to open the year, that means that Griffin could be under center in Week 1 when the Bucs face off against the Saints on the road. Griffin obviously wouldn't be a fantasy option even if he's starting to open the regular season.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Tampa Bay Times - Greg Auman
6/22:Cleveland Browns running backs coach Freddie Kitchens mentioned on Friday that the offensive staff plans to ride the hot hand at the running back position this upcoming season. The Browns have depth and versatility in the backfield with Carlos Hyde, Nick Chubb, and Duke Johnson all on the roster. Kitchens stated, “Ultimately, all three of those guys can run our running game. Duke can do a few more things in the passing game. Ultimately, we feel like that is a position of strength." This is not the news that fantasy owners want to hear, as three-way committees at running back are rarely helpful for fantasy purposes. Of the three backs, Johnson is the safest bet for fantasy, as his role as the pass-catching back is secure. Chubb remains a strong hold in dynasty formats who could eventually take over the lead role as the season wears on.--Matt Terelle - RotoballerSource: www. ClevelandBrowns.com
6/22:Denver Broncos edge rusher Bradley Chubb has signed a four-year rookie contract on Thursday. Chubb was the sixth overall pick in the 2018 draft. He is an elite pass rusher who has seen time already in the offseason at defensive end and strongside linebacker. The news that Shane Ray will have surgery and likely miss the start of the regular season opens up a starting job for Chubb. He is not a surefire IDP starter but has some value in leagues with rookie drafts with multiple-year contracts. The starting experience for Chubb could serve the Denver defense well after Ray comes back. The Broncos defense will again be fantasy relevant in 2018.--Jamie Mellor - RotoBallerSource: Denver Post
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