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6/12:Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott said rookie quarterback Josh Allen will see some first-team repetitions on Day 1 of minicamp. Buffalo has been easing Allen in so far with the third team behind AJ McCarron and Nathan Peterman, but they will throw him into the fire on Tuesday. Given the lack of experience between McCarron and Peterman, it's conceivable that Allen could push hard for the starting gig in training camp. We'll have to wait and see. Allen is a better dynasty selection this fall, but he could wind up starting a healthy amount of games for the Bills in his first season.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: BuffaloBills.com - Chris Brown
6/12:Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman David Irving is expected to participate in Cowboys minicamp this week. Irving skipped organized team activities and other non-mandatory offseason programs because of issues he was dealing with off the field. Now that everything has seemingly been taken care of, Irving will rejoin his teammates for the first three mandatory days of the offseason. He was great in just eight games last year, but the Cowboys are hoping to see him play a full season in 2018.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Brandon George on Twitter
6/12:New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. (ankle) will not participate in team drills this week at minicamp. The Giants are taking a cautious approach with their star receiver, although he is very close to being fully cleared for action. OBJ is also seeking a long-term contract extension, so there's no reason to risk a setback with his surgically-repaired ankle. Expect him to be fully ready for training camp next month. Beckham remains an elite WR1 despite a lost season in 2017.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Kimberly Jones
6/12:Denver Broncos running back Devontae Booker is currently looking like he will get a heavy workload in 2018. However, there will be competition in training camp. De'Angelo Henderson has some buzz around him with the organization. The Broncos also drafted two running backs. Booker may be the early favorite but the others will be given a chance to beat him out. The most likely outcome seems to be that it will be a committee, but that Booker has the inside track to be one of the leaders of the arrangement, while the others vie for carries. Nothing is set in stone, so if you can avoid drafting this early, do so. If you are drafting in the next few weeks, then Booker is the top option among the backfield.--Jamie Mellor - RotoBallerSource: Denver Post
6/11:Indianapolis Colts rookie running back Nyheim Hines has served as the team’s primary kick returner in organized team activities, per Kevin Hickey of Colts Wire. The Colts ranked 25th in the league with 590 yards of kick-return yardage in 2017, while ranking 18th in the league with 21.1 yards per kick return. With little competition for the job, Hines appears a lock to have the role come September, as the team continues to use him all over the field this offseason. While he doesn't have the size to be a bell-cow back, his rushing, receiving and returning skills should force the Colts to get him involved in the offense.--Taylor Maxston - RotoBallerSource: Kevin Hickey
6/11:Oakland Raiders star defensive end Khalil Mack is not expected to show up for mandatory minicamp this week as he seeks a lucrative contract extension, according to sources. Mack will officially be holding out for a new deal after averaging 12 sacks over the last three years. Mack, 27, is one of, if not the best, pass rushers in all of the NFL. He'll surely be paid, and deservedly so. Mack will be one of the first defenders off the board in IDP leagues.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
6/11:New York Jets tight end Jordan Leggett, who missed all of his rookie season after injuring his right knee in the preseason finale, says he is between 90 and 100 percent healthy entering mandatory minicamp this week. Assuming he is healthy, Leggett will compete with rookie Chris Herndon for starting tight end duties in 2018. Leggett's knee surgery was just a cleanup, and he was adamant that he didn't have any torn ligaments. He wore a brace on his knee during organized team activities and will "probably" continue to do so. New York's competition at tight end will be settled in training camp, but Leggett has a leg up on the job. Still, he's nothing more than a dart throw as a TE2 in deeper formats.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: New York Daily News - Daniel Popper
6/11:According to ESPN reporter Rob Demovsky, Green Bay Packers running back Ty Montgomery hasn’t lost any ground to fellow running backs Jamaal Williams and Aaron Jones over the course of organized team activities. Montgomery was Green Bay’s featured running back going into the 2017 season before a rib injury and a subsequent wrist injury essentially ended his year. Both Williams and Jones showed promise when they were given a chance to fill in for Montgomery. However, Montgomery is the most versatile of the three backs, a trait that head coach Mike McCarthy values. Montgomery started the 2017 year strong but slowed down a bit after it appeared he tweaked his ankle. Although there are injury concerns for Montgomery, who has struggled to stay healthy even when he played wide receiver, neither of the other two backs on the roster have shown much of a propensity for health either. It likely won’t be until late in the offseason that a clear view on each player’s role will be available.--Tyger McGuiggan - RotoBallerSource: Rob Demovsky
6/11:Houston Texans wide receiver Braxton Miller is making progress as a wide receiver after playing quarterback in college. The third-rounder has played in just 21 games in his first two seasons because of injuries and has only 34 catches for 261 yards and two touchdowns. Head coach Bill O'Brien saw that Miller was improving as a receiver late last year. However, he'll have to compete for the slot receiver job with rookie Keke Coutee. In an improved offense, Miller could have his best season as a pro, but nothing is guaranteed.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Houston Chronicle - Aaron Wilson
6/11:Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Chris Conley (Achilles) said he's been "feeling really good" and feels "pretty close back to normal" after tearing his Achilles late in Week 5 of last year. “He’s been phenomenal,” Chiefs head coach Andy Reid added of what he’s seen from Conley during OTAs. “He’s way ahead of where we expected him. We actually backed him down, he was doing so much and we want to get him through this whole thing healthy. He has actually had a very good camp.” Conley has caught 72 passes for 904 yards and a touchdown over the last three years but will be behind both Sammy Watkins and Tyreek Hill on the receiver depth chart. Tight end Travis Kelce and running back Kareem Hunt are also big parts of the offense, leaving very little for Conley.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Chiefs.com - BJ Kissel
6/11:Carolina Panthers wide receiver Curtis Samuel (ankle), who is coming off a serious ankle injury that required surgery in November, has been slowly taking part in organized team activities but is still not 100 percent healthy. Samuel, a second-rounder in 2017, is likely competing for the third receiver spot behind Devin Funchess and first-rounder D.J. Moore this year. He's still a more attractive dynasty asset than redraft target.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Charlotte Observer - Joe Person
6/11:Cleveland Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry has made a name for himself with the Miami Dolphins as a solid slot receiver who operates close to the line of scrimmage and rarely runs routes downfield. Landry averaged just 8.8 yards per catch in 2017, shockingly failing to eclipse 1,000 receiving yards despite catching 112 passes. According to a report from Browns beat reporter Scott Petrak, Landry's new team plans to use him down the field this season. Cleveland offensive coordinator Todd Haley trusts Landry to do more damage further down the field. A crowded pass-catching corps in Cleveland may cut down on Landry's volume this season, but he could make up for that with higher yardage totals.--Matt Terelle - RotoballerSource: Browns Zone
6/11:Tampa Bay Buccaneers rookie running back Ronald Jones, a second-round pick, is expected to share the load with Peyton Barber, with Charles Sims having a chance to keep the third-down role he had in 2017. Jones, however, must first show the coaching staff that he understands the offense and can pass protect. The faster he can establish trust of his coaches, the more of a role Jones will have in his rookie season. Jones clearly has the most upside of this trio, but a three-headed attack will make it tough to judge all three backs' fantasy value, making this a potential backfield to avoid entirely.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Tampa Bay Times - Greg Auman
6/11:New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is "likely" to receive a new contract, but "nothing is imminent," according to a source with knowledge of the situation. The biggest challenge is for the team to determine if he'll receive another incentive-laden raise or if he'll have a guaranteed increase in his base salary. A trade of Gronkowski is not out of the question, either, but it seems unlikely. Gronk is a high-risk, high-reward TE1 for fantasy owners.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Pro Football Talk - Mike Florio
6/11:Dallas Cowboys tight end Rico Gathers is reportedly weighing 282 pounds, up from the 265 pounds he clocked in at last season. Gathers commented, "I was going for more trying to be quicker, trying to be faster, but that hurt me in the blocking game a lot where I felt like I was just a body, just a body catching a blow." The Cowboys tight end depth chart is wide open since Jason Witten retired, and Gathers will be one of the players competing for a role on offense. Geoff Swaim, Blake Jarwin, and Dalton Schultz are the other tight ends who will be vying for playing time.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Dallas Morning News
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