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1 month agoNew York Giants head coach Pat Shurmur said tight end Evan Engram (hamstring) is recovering from a hamstring injury. The team has held Engram out of offseason work so far as a precaution, but he's expected to be ready to go for training camp. Engram took a step back in his second season in 2018 due to injury, catching 45 passes for 577 yards and three touchdowns in 11 games after he accumulated 64 receptions for 722 yards and six scores in his rookie season. With Odell Beckham Jr. in Cleveland, Engram should rebound to high-end TE1 status in 2019 as long as he can stay healthy.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: New York Daily News - Pat Leonard
1 month agoCincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green (toe) will take part in individual drills with the receivers and quarterbacks at this week's minicamp. The seven-time Pro Bowl saw his numbers suffer last year due to his toe injury, but he could easily bounce back and will be a value pick as a low-end WR1/high-end WR2 this year. He's also looking for a contract extension while heading into the final year of his current deal. "Nothing. No soreness after I run. It just feels good. It’s a good thing I just got it fixed. If I finished the season, I would have had to get it fixed anyway. It’s good to get back in the swing and get ready for training camp," Green said.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Geoff Hobson
1 month agoHouston Texans linebacker Jadeveon Clowney, who has yet to sign his franchise tag, is not expected to attend mandatory minicamp this week. The 26-year-old has loads of pass-rushing talent but has struggled to stay healthy in his five seasons in the NFL. He's played only one full season (2017) and played in just four games in his rookie campaign in 2014. Clowney can be a game-changer when healthy, though, which makes him a boom/bust IDP selection. Because of his extensive injury history, the Texans have shown cold feet in signing him to a long-term contract extension. The two sides have until July 15 to get something done or else Clowney might be forced to play out the 2019 season on the franchise tag.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN - Adam Schefter
1 month agoSan Francisco 49ers kicker Robbie Gould has yet to sign his franchise tag and will not be at this week's mandatory minicamp. The 36-year-old kicker is unhappy with the franchise tag and was hoping to pursue a deal on the open market to return to the Chicago Bears, where he makes his home. He made 33 of his 34 field-goal attempts (97.1 percent) in his second year with San Fran in 2018, including nine of 10 from 40-49 yards and both of his attempts from 50-plus yards. Despite the dispute and misunderstanding, Gould remains one of the more reliable kickers in the NFL and will be in the conversation in fantasy leagues as a starting kicker if he stays with the Niners.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN - Adam Schefter
1 month agoSeattle Seahawks wide receiver Jaron Brown is fighting for a role in three-wide sets in his second year in Seattle now that Doug Baldwin has retired. Baldwin and Tyler Lockett combined for most of the offense from the receiver roomread more...
1 month agoThe Minnesota Vikings agreed with tight end Kyle Rudolph on a four-year, $36 million contract extension on Monday, according to a source. It's bad news for the fantasy stock of second-round tight end Irv Smith in his rookie season, but Rudolph will have to keep producing in order to hold off the youngster of the next few seasons. The 29-year-old Rudolph was a disappointment to those that drafted him as a TE1 last year, catching 64 passes for 634 yards and four touchdowns over a full season. Rudolph still has TE1 appeal, but he'll need to find the end zone to deliver for his owners. The good news is that he's in an offense that should have plenty of chances to put points on the board consistently.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN - Adam Schefter
1 month agoJacksonville Jaguars defensive end Yannick Ngakoue said he will not be attending mandatory minicamp this week. "I will not be attending minicamp as my contract has not been resolved. I remain committed to Jacksonville, the fans and my teammates. My hope is to be with Jacksonville for years to come," Ngakoue said. The 24-year-old will be fined each day he doesn't attend. Ngakoue had 9.5 sacks and 28 total tackles in his third NFL season in 2018 and has racked up 29.5 sacks in his three years as one of the best up-and-coming young pass-rushers in the league. He's hoping to strike a long-term extension before the 2019 season begins.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN - Adam Schefter
1 month agoPhiladelphia Eagles special teams coordinator Dave Fipp said that wide receiver DeSean Jackson is a top candidate to return punts in 2019. Jackson is returning to the team that he spent the first six seasons of his career. The 32-year-old is still very quick and elusive as a deep threat -- he averaged 18.9 yards per catch in 2018 -- but he'll need to stay healthy to remain a weapon in standard-scoring leagues for fantasy owners. D-Jax played in only 12 games in his final season with Tampa in 2018 and hasn't played a full season since 2013, his final season in Philly in his first go-around. He also hasn't scored over four touchdowns since 2014. Jackson is in a good spot to bounce back in fantasy, but he's still a very volatile commodity.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Philadelphia Inquirer - Zach Berman
1 month agoPhiladelphia Eagles tight end coach Justin Peelle said that tight end Dallas Goedert's development this offseason has been "phenomenal." It should allow Zach Ertz to move around more often this year. In his rookie season in 2018, the 24-year-old Goedert caught 33 passes for 334 yards and four touchdowns in 16 games. He has plenty of potential, but his ceiling will be limited as long as Ertz stays healthy. The Eagles also have a very crowded backfield and plenty of wide receivers that will require targets from quarterback Carson Wentz. Goedert has red-zone appeal as a touchdown-dependent TE2 with upside, but don't get too excited.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NJ Advance Media - Mike Kaye
1 month agoAtlanta Falcons tight end Austin Hooper (ankle) will not take part in minicamp. However, his injury is not considered serious and he's expected to be ready for training camp this summer. The 24-year-old had a career year in 2018, catching 71 passes for 660 yards and four touchdowns in his second full season in his three years in the NFL. In an Atlanta offense that remains extremely potent, Hooper must not be forgotten as a low-end TE1 with upside left heading into his fourth NFL season.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Athletic - Jason Butt
1 month agoAtlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones (foot) and linebacker Deion Jones (foot) will not take part in minicamp drills this week as they rehab their respective foot injuries, according to head coach Dan Quinn. Quinn also said that both players are expected to be ready for training camp. Julio Jones, now 30, has fought through nagging injuries in recent seasons but still doesn't seem to skip a beat with his production on the field. He's now recorded five straight 1,000-yard seasons for the Falcons and had 113 receptions for 1,677 yards and eight touchdowns over a full season in 2018. There are increasing injury concerns as he ages, but Jones remains an elite WR1.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution - D. Orlando Ledbetter
1 month agoGreen Bay Packers wide receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling is faster than the new coaching staff thought he'd be and has quickly picked up head coach Matt LaFleur's system this offseason. At 6-foot-4, 206 pounds, the 24-year-old should at least be the No. 3 wideout behind Davante Adams and Geronimo Allison to begin the year. MVS was the most impressive of the team's three rookie wideouts last season and has earned the right to start in three-receiver sets in 2019 after he caught 38 passes for 581 yards and two touchdowns in his rookie campaign. Valdes-Scantling should be on a lot more fantasy rosters to begin the 2019 season.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Monday Morning Quarterback - Albert Breer
1 month agoThe word is that Arizona Cardinals second-year wide receiver Christian Kirk has been the best receiver on the roster this spring. This is after the team drafted rookie receivers Andy Isabella, Hakeem Butler and KeeSean Jackson all within the first 175 picks. While those rookies have a lot of upside in head coach Kliff Kingsbury's offense down the road, it's possible that Kirk could be the team's best receiver in 2019 as a breakout candidate after he hauled in 43 receptions for 590 yards and three touchdowns in 12 games last season. In an offense that will throw the ball plenty in 2019 with their rookie first overall pick in Kyler Murray, Kirk has an extremely high fantasy ceiling in Year 2.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Monday Morning Quarterback - Albert Breer
1 month agoBaltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh believes that wide receiver Chris Moore is ready for a much bigger role in the offense in 2019. He was the team's No. 4 receiver in terms of offensive snaps last year and has played a supporting role with the team in his first three seasons while being buried on the depth chart. Owner Steve Bisciotti "wouldn't be surprised to see Chris Moore being a breakout candidate." Moore had 19 catches for 196 yards and one touchdowns last year and 18 catches for 248 yards and three scores in 2017. Willie Snead and Moore should be the team's top two receivers in 2019 alongside rookies Marquise Brown and Myles Boykin. Don't be surprised if Moore becomes fantasy relevant this year, but his upside will be limited in a run-first offense with a second-round QB with accuracy issues.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Ryan Mink
1 month agoBaltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson continues to make improvements with his accuracy during offseason workouts, according to quarterbacks coach James Urban. "They certainly haven't been eliminated, but there are much fewer, 'Where-did-that-come-froms' this year when we watch him practice. It looks better in many ways. The ball comes out cleaner, the timing looks better," Urban said. The Ravens will continue to lean on Jackson's skills as a runner, but they are working on his decision-making in that aspect of his game after he fumbled the ball 12 times in the regular season and three times in the playoffs. Jackson was the seventh leading rusher in the NFL from Weeks 11 through 17 among all players, so the upside with him is obvious on the ground. If he can make strides with his arm with a more potent group of pass-catchers around him, Jackson will have more QB1 games than not.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Dan Graziano
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