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6/19:According to a story by beat reporter Scott Petrak, the Cleveland Browns still have doubts about wide receiver Corey Coleman's work ethic and football intelligence. There continue to be rumors about the Browns wanting to trade Coleman, who was their first-round draft pick back in 2016. The Browns drafted wideout Antonio Callaway in the fourth round of this year's draft but he has been injured since rookie minicamp in May. That has allowed Coleman to hold onto the No. 3 receiver job for now. Don't be surprised if Coleman gets traded during training camp.--Matt Terelle - RotoballerSource: Browns Zone with Scott Petrak
6/19:The Cleveland Browns have to worry about filling the left tackle position for the first time since they drafted Joe Thomas back in 2007. With Thomas now retired, the team has a position battle for who will emerge as the starter at the position. It is expected to come down to rookie Austin Corbett and veteran Shon Coleman. Browns beat reporter Scott Petrak believes that Corbett will win the job and open the season as the starter at left tackle. Corbett was the No. 33 overall pick in this year's draft, while Petrak believes the coaching staff is not impressed with Coleman at this point. Coleman filled in at the position after Thomas got injured during 2017, so he is expected to get first crack at keeping his job, but he may have a hard time holding off Corbett.--Matt Terelle - RotoballerSource: Browns Zone with Scott Petrak
6/19:Indianapolis Colts rookie wide receiver Deon Cain is expected to compete for a role in three-wide sets in 2018, according to Zak Keefer of the Indianapolis Star. Wide receivers Chester Rogers and Ryan Grant are the favorites to be on the field alongside T.Y. Hilton in those sets right now, but Cain drew rave reviews in minicamp for using his 6-foot-2, 202-pound frame to box out defenders in the red zone. It's hard to see the third wideout in this Colts offense being fantasy relevant, but Cain provides a skill set that was sorely lacking in last season's group.--Taylor Maxston - RotoBallerSource: Zak Keefer
6/19:Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver Michael Gallup has reportedly shown a "good rapport" with quarterback Dak Prescott. It can be hard to analyze things at organized team activities, but Gallup was able to find "ways to generate space" and should have an opportunity to see plenty of targets with Dez Bryant no longer on the team. Gallup is an intriguing option in the later rounds of redraft leagues and should be picked up in most dynasty formats.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource:
6/19:Philadelphia Eagles rookie tight end Dallas Goedert is expected to have an immediate role in Week 1. Zach Ertz remains atop the tight end depth chart of course, but with Trey Burton gone, Goedert will slide into the No. 2 tight end role. Goedert wasn't much of a blocking tight end in college, so he might lose some snaps in obvious running downs, but he should be a target for quarterback Carson Wentz on most passing plays, especially in the red zone. Rookie tight ends generally disappoint in fantasy, but Goedert has as good a chance as any to turn that trend around in 2018.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Philadelphia Inquirer
6/19:Arizona Cardinals rookie wide receiver Christian Kirk has been performing well in offseason activities and still has a very good chance to be the team's WR2 entering the season. Kirk is a dynamic playmaker who is considered the successor to fellow wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald. However, because Fitzgerald has at least one more season in him, Kirk should be considered nothing more than a WR3/4 unless he is able to carve out a significant market share apart from Fitzgerald and running back David Johnson.--Martin K - RotoBallerSource: Darren Urban
6/19:Arizona Cardinals quarterback Sam Bradford will likely enter the season as the starter, despite fierce competition from rookie Josh Rosen. This is good news for Bradford owners, as he should be a QB2 for the majority of the season and is not likely to lose his job soon unless he severely underperforms. This makes Rosen a good option in case Bradford gets injured, but ultimately he should not have fantasy appeal until we can see some games from him in the regular season.--Martin K - RotoBallerSource: Darren Urban
6/19:Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman David Irving was suspended by the NFL for four games for violating the league's substance-abuse policy. He won't be able to take the field until the Week 5 game against the Houston Texans. Irving failed a test and served a four-game suspension in 2017 as well. Entering a contract year, Irving was a candidate for a big-money, long-term extension, but recent reports state that the Cowboys are no longer interested in continuing the relationship beyond this season's restricted free-agent tender.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Ian Rapoport on Twitter
6/19:Dallas Cowboys tight end Rico Gathers reportedly "didn't get many chances" to catch passes during organized team activities. Gathers worked mostly as a blocking tight end, and it seemed like the team had him focusing on that aspect of tight end play instead of as a more fantasy-relevant pass-catching tight end. Gathers has been a deep sleeper for a while now, and the buzz got even louder after Jason Witten retired. At least for now, it seems like the Gathers hype train might need to slow down a bit.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Dallas Morning News
6/18:Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck (shoulder) told the media on Monday that the "pain" in his surgically-repaired shoulder is "gone". Now that Luck is feeling more confident in his recovery and has finally thrown a football, there is at least some light at the end of the tunnel. While the Colts will limit Luck in camp by giving him days off and monitoring his reps, fantasy owners should be thrilled that one of the best fantasy quarterbacks in recent memory is primed for a comeback. Unfortunately, that also means his draft stock is likely to rise too.--Taylor Maxston - RotoBallerSource: Albert Breer
6/17:New England Patriots offensive tackle Trent Brown looks like he'll have the first crack at the left tackle job, with first-rounder Isaiah Wynn starting at left guard. David Andrews is locked in at center and Shaq Mason is one of the best right guards in the league, leaving Joe Thuney as potentially the odd man out. If Brown wins the job, he'll be the blind-side protector of quarterback Tom Brady. New England's offensive line is very solid.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Boston Globe - Ben Volin
6/17:Buffalo Bills quarterback Nathan Peterman should be considered a serious contender for the starting job to open the season. He has rotated first-team snaps with AJ McCarron, with rookie Josh Allen mostly working with the third-team offense. Peterman has looked sharp so far, including completing 10 of his 13 passes in 11-on-11 drills in minicamp practice last Tuesday. So far, Peterman has outplayed McCarron, but a lot can happen between now and the end of training camp. Peterman doesn't have much to work with in the passing game, though, and would be a mediocre QB2 option for fantasy owners if he's starting in Week 1.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Mike Rodak
6/17:Tampa Bay Buccaneers rookie running back Ronald Jones, a second-round pick, could see 15 to 20 touches per game in his first season. It's a bit of speculation from the Tampa Bay Times' Rick Stroud, but it's clear that Jones has the most upside out of the group between Peyton Barber, Charles Sims and Jacquizz Rodgers. This could be a committee backfield that will be frustrating for fantasy owners, but if you're targeting anyone from this backfield, Jones would be the one to look at.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Tampa Bay Times - Rick Stroud
6/17:Although Houston Texans running back D'Onta Foreman (Achilles) is optimistic he'll be ready to go in training camp, he remains without a timetable to return and is unlikely to be full go for the start of training camp. Foreman showed flashes in his rookie season, rushing for 327 yards and two touchdowns before rupturing his Achilles in Week 11. It remains up in the air whether Foreman will be ready to go in Week 1 against the Patriots, but right now he's worried more about being healthy and having no setbacks in his rehab. If Foreman is healthy, he has a good chance to steal more touches from Lamar Miller, making him a fantasy sleeper, especially in PPR leagues.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Houston Chronicle - Aaron Wilson
6/17:ESPN New York's Rich Cimini believes New York Jets wide receiver Ardarius Stewart is safe for a roster spot in training camp, as the team could keep up to six wide receivers. Stewart is currently buried on the depth chart behind Quincy Enunwa, Robby Anderson, Jermaine Kearse and Terrelle Pryor and has been outplayed in offseason workouts by Chad Hansen. He caught six passes for 82 yards in 15 games in his rookie season. Stewart is well off the fantasy radar.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN New York - Rich Cimini
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