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6/8:Dwayne Harris entered last season as the Giants fourth receiver behind Odell Beckham, Victor Cruz, and Reuben Randle. This offseason, he offers the Giants the most upside at receiver behind Beckham. Randle was let go in the offseason, and while Cruz is healthy now he is often injured. Harris set career highs last season in receptions (36), receiving yards (396), and TDs (four). He did this mostly out of the slot, but really showed his abilities on special teams; a prime example being the 100-yard TD scamper against the Cowboys in week eight. The Giants run a pass heavy offense, so there are always receptions to go around. If Harris can flash some of his athleticism in the slot, he can provide tremendous value from his draft position. He is going undrafted in most leagues right now.--Ben Ruppert - RotoBaller
6/8:Cam Newton’s 2015 season may have been slightly marred by a certain play in the Super Bowl, where he did not jump on a fumble, but only slightly. While recent memory may recall such events, the numbers are what will live on. The Panthers ranked 11th in total yards in 2015, but first in points per game. Cam’s 35 passing touchdowns, paired with his ten rushing touchdowns crowned him the top scoring QB in most formats. Mobile QBs have, historically, had a hard time maintaining a high level of play without adjusting to a more pocket oriented style of play. Nobody seems to have told Cam that, as he will likely continue his reign of destruction in 2016.--Kane Green - RotoBaller
6/8:Matt Jones has a ton of talent, and had some huge games last season. After the Redskins let go of Alfred Morris in the offseason, Jones was expected to take over the lead back role ahead of Chris Thompson and Keith Marshall. However, he had troubles holding onto the ball last season, fumbling five times while losing four of them in only 163 touches. This offseason, the Redskins have turned to technology to help Jones. They are using a football with a sensor that alerts Jones and the coaches when the pressure points aren’t in consistent contact with the ball carrier. The Skins are confident this will help Jones get past his fumbling issues. If so, he could have a very good season running and catching passes out of the backfield.--Ben Ruppert - RotoBaller
6/8:The Patriots may have held Rob Gronkowski out of practice at mandatory minicamp, but don’t sound the alarm bells just yet. According to ESPN, the Pats are simply taking a cautious approach with their all-world tight end, who has an undisclosed physical ailment. This is common practice with the Patriots, who have toned down Gronkowski’s summer workload in recent seasons after season-ending injuries in 2012 and 2013. Gronk of course had a Gronk-esque season in 2015, totaling 72 receptions on 120 targets for 1,176 yards and 11 touchdowns. He is very likely to once again finish as the top tight end in fantasy circles and is well worth your first or second round pick.--John Smith
6/8:Dez Bryant has been cleared to return to practice after undergoing x-rays on his right foot last week. Bryant missed seven games last season due to the foot fracture he suffered in week one against the New York Giants. He feels mentally strong, but physically is taking it day-by-day. He is expected to be ready by training camp. A healthy Dez combined with a healthy Tony Romo can easily be the top fantasy receiver in the league. He is currently being drafted in the late first, early second round in drafts. The potential return on investment is too high to pass up at that point. While fully healthy in 2014 he finished with 88 catches, 1,320 yards, and 16 TDs. Dez can put up those numbers again with a healthy season and then some.--Ben Ruppert - RotoBaller
6/8:According to the Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson, the Dolphins are aiming to turn their offense up a notch this season by quickening the pace. There’s not much room to grow here, however, as in 2015 the Fins’ 26.46 seconds between plays ranked as the eighth quickest pace in the NFL. Regardless, if the Dolphins follow through this could be big news for Ryan Tannehill. He’s strung together a few consecutive solid seasons, but last year his completion rate dipped to 61.9%. All his other statistics, however, were career-highs. In an even faster offense, we could see Tannehill complete more passes and build off last years numbers. For now, treat Tannehill as a mid-QB2, but one who could jump depending on what we see this summer.--John Smith
6/8:Devin Funchess got off to a slow start in 2015, battling a hamstring injury in training camp that dragged on through the first part of the season. Funchess attributed the change to being “more confident and comfortable” in the system. Despite sharing receptions with Kelvin Benjamin and Ted Ginn, Funchess should be worth a look if you are in need of receiver depth late in the draft.--Kane Green - RotoBallerSource: Panthers Official Website
6/8:Not exactly the way we want to see McCoy start things out this summer. As you may recall, McCoy had a hamstring issue that ailed him for much of the first half of last season. Let’s hope today was simply playing it safe. In his first season as a Bill, in 12 games McCoy ran for 895 yards on 203 carries, averaging out to four yards per carry. He also caught 32 passes for 292 yards. At only 28 years of age this season, McCoy is a good bet to build on his successful inaugural season in Buffalo. Barring worse injury news moving forward, he should be a low RBI1/high RB2.--John Smith
6/8:Antonio Brown finished last season with 1,834 yards and 10 touchdowns. Had Ben Roethlisberger stayed healthy all year, there's a chance he could have reached 2,000 receiving yards. Roethlisberger's health is always an issue because he takes a lot of big hits, but Brown is worthy of the first overall pick in fantasy drafts, even if he doesn't reach 2,000 yards. The wideout is simply unstoppable on the field and is a weekly difference maker for fantasy owners. Expect him to fly off draft boards as one of the top three picks when fantasy draft season rolls around.--Matt Terelle - RotoBallerSource: www.triblive.com
6/8:According to Ravens head coach John Harbaugh, Breshad Perriman has been moving well and doing a good job so far in the offseason. The second-year receiver did not step on the field in his rookie season after undergoing knee surgery. He's looking to be a part of a revamped Ravens receiving corps which added Mike Wallace and will get Steve Smith back from injury. Perriman has a great opportunity in front of him this season and could be a value on draft day. He's also worth getting a price check on in dynasty leagues if his owner is impatient after not getting anything out of his last season.--Matt Terelle - RotoBallerSource: www.wbaltv.com
6/8:Giovani Bernard just signed a three-year, $15.5 million contract extension to remain with the Bengals. This shows the team's commitment to the young running back for the next few years. Bernard has split carries with fellow running back Jeremy Hill over the past two seasons, but was far more productive than Hill in 2015. Bernard is an excellent running back in PPR leagues who can be acquired later in drafts and should be especially popular as a zero-RB option. He is shaping up as a low-end RB2 in PPR leagues and a RB3/flex play in standard.--Matt Terelle - RotoBallerSource: www.cincinnati.com
6/8:Robert Griffin is receiving a second chance with the Browns and so far he appears intent on making the most of it. Often criticized in Washington for being hard to coach, he's been earning rave reviews from head coach Hue Jackson and offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton for his work ethic and willingness to listen. Griffin will likely go undrafted in standard fantasy leagues, but there's a chance he plays a meaningful fantasy role this season. Jackson's track record of success with the position is reason enough for optimism. In dynasty leagues, Griffin is worth picking up if you have enough roster space.--Matt Terelle - RotoBallerSource: cleveland.com
6/8:In a somewhat surprising move, Brock Osweiler declined an invitation to the White House in order to attend voluntary practice. The Denver Broncos made their championship visit to D.C. but Osweiler did not join his former teammates. Osweiler attributed the decision to wanting more time to learn the Texans offense, not anything personal. Osweiler told ESPN's Adam Schefter, "It's a new offensive system for me and every practice and rep is extremely important." Osweiler takes over the starting job in Houston with stud receiver DeAndre Hopkins on one side. The Texans also drafted Will Fuller from Notre Dame, who may start opposite Hopkins. Osweiler started seven games in Denver last year and produced nearly 2,000 yards passing with 10 TD and six INT. He has the opportunity to greatly expand on those numbers this season, but needs to prove himself before he can be considered a QB1. He should be firmly in the middle of the QB pack for early fantasy drafts.--Pierre Camus - RotoBaller
5/24:News just broke today that Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert will need ankle surgery to fix an injury suffered in the 2016 Pro Bowl. The procedure is being called minor and a three month recovery is expected. Eifert would miss the start of training camp if the recovery takes as long as expected, but would presumably be ready for the start of the season. This is a great opportunity for dynasty league players to try to get one of the top tight ends in the league at a discount if his current owner is getting concerned by Eifert's injury history.--Matt Terelle - RotoBallerSource: Cincinnati.com
5/23:The Cleveland Browns released veteran wide receiver Brian Hartline on Monday, according to a report by ProFootballTalk. Hartline finished fourth on the team in receptions (46) and receiving yards (523) last season, his first and only with the Browns. Hartline's fantasy value was limited in Cleveland, despite an apparent opportunity to start. The move opens up even more targets for first-round pick Corey Coleman, who is expected to have a major role from the start of the season.--Andrew C. Lovell - RotoBallerSource: ProFootballTalk