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5/22:Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Chad Williams hopes to improve on his poor performance from the previous year after failing to earn the trust of head coach Bruce Arians. The former third-round pick will hope to earn some playing time alongside Larry Fitzgerald and Christian Kirk as he looks to improve on his 31 receiving yards from the previous year. As of now, Williams has minimal redraft value due to the depth at the position for the Cardinals, but he could have some dynasty appeal if he is able to consistently get more snaps as the 2018 preseason and season progress.--Martin K - RotoBallerSource: Kent Somers
5/22:Updating a previous report, Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Paul Worrilow (knee) has been diagnosed with a torn ACL. He'll miss the entire 2018 season. Worrilow had just signed a one-year contract to join the Super Bowl champions in April, but a non-contact injury on Tuesday landed him in an air cast and had him carted off the field. Tests later confirmed the common fear, a torn ACL. With Mychal Kendricks being released on Tuesday as well, the Eagles will likely be on the lookout for linebacker help.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Adam Schefter on Twitter
5/22:The Philadelphia Eagles released linebacker Mychal Kendricks on Tuesday. Kendricks was a starting linebacker for the Super Bowl champions last season, but the cut will save the team $6 million against the salary cap if it is designated a post-June 1 release. Kendricks had one of his best NFL seasons last year, so he won't last long as a free agent. With fellow linebacker Paul Worrilow apparently suffering a serious injury on Tuesday, linebacker is a sudden area of concern for the Eagles.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Adam Schefter on Twitter
5/22:Houston Texans linebacker Jadeveon Clowney (knee) is sitting out of organized team activities while he rehabs a knee injury after undergoing arthroscopic surgery following last season. His medical outlook is positive after seeking a second opinion from Dr. James Andrews, according to league sources. Clowney isn't worried and says he'll be ready to go, but it's another reminder of his checkered injury history. He's emerged as one of the most disruptive forces in the backfield and posted a career-high 59 tackles and 9.5 sacks in 2017 in his first full season. Clowney is heading into the final year of his deal but will need to stay healthy to land a lucrative long-term deal.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Houston Chronicle - Aaron Wilson
5/22:Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones is expected to be back for mandatory minicamp in June, according to head coach Dan Quinn. The 29-year-old Jones is seeking one final extension before his career winds down. It probably doesn't hurt him to sit out organized team activities after dealing with nagging injuries over the last several years, either. He's posted four straight 1,000-yard seasons and has five total in his career, making him an elite fantasy wide receiver.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Vaughn McClure
5/22:Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Paul Worrilow was placed in an air cast and carted off the field during Tuesday's practice. While the team has yet to release information about the injury, the presence of an air cast and a cart certainly lend themselves to the belief that Worrilow suffered a serious injury. He'd just signed a one-year deal with the team in April. More information should come from the Eagles soon.--David A Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Zach Berman on Twitter
5/22:New York Jets quarterback Christian Hackenberg sounds ready to move on after speaking to the media Tuesday. Hackenberg has been working on his throwing motion this year, but he's currently fourth on the depth chart behind Josh McCown, Teddy Bridgewater and third overall pick Sam Darnold. Hackenberg, a second-round pick in 2016, has yet to throw a pass in a regular season game and will likely be cut by Gang Green eventually.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Newsday - Calvin Watkins
5/22:Updating a previous report, Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson (knee) threw the ball well at organized team activities Tuesday and looks to have made significant progress in his rehab from a torn ACL last year. He's ahead of schedule and is on track to be close to full health for training camp this summer. Watson was a revelation in his rookie season, throwing 19 touchdowns and running in two more in just seven games before his season-ending injury. The Texans receiving corps is improved, too, making the sky the limit for Watson and his fantasy value. However, he's coming off a serious injury and is likely to be overpriced as a QB1 in fantasy drafts.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Houston Chronicle - Aaron Wilson
5/22:Oakland Raiders defensive end Khalil Mack is not present at organized team activities on Tuesday as he waits for a contract extension. It's not a surprise, and Mack could even sit out some of mandatory minicamp as he seeks a lucrative deal. The 27-year-old defensive beast will get paid after tallying 10.5 sacks and a career-high 61 tackles in 2017. He's accumulated a whopping 40.5 sacks in his four seasons and is one of, if not the best, pass rushers in the NFL.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Las Vegas Review-Journal - Michael Gehlken
5/22:Jacksonville Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette looks slimmer at organized team activities this year. The fourth overall pick last year had a fine rookie season, running 268 times for 1,040 yards (3.9 yards per carry) and nine touchdowns, but he battled through injuries late in the season and wasn't as effective as earlier in the year. The 23-year-old might have a better chance of staying healthy with less pounds, but he'll remain somewhat of an RB1 injury risk. Jacksonville didn't really address the running back position in the offseason, so Fournette will be penciled in as the main workhorse in this ground-and-pound offense once again.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: - Michael DiRocco
5/22:New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman (knee) was limited at organized team activities on Tuesday. He fielded punts but didn't take part in team drills. The Pats are easing Edelman into offseason workouts after he missed all of 2017 with his injury. The 32-year-old veteran has had 90-plus catches for the Patriots in three of the last four seasons, including a career-high 105 receptions in 2013. He's also recorded two 1,000-yard campaigns since 2013. He should return to being one of quarterback Tom Brady's favorite targets in the passing game and is a PPR stud.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Boston Herald - Karen Guregian
5/22:Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill (knee) is recovering nicely from a torn ACL last year and will take part in organized team activities on Tuesday and will not be limited, according to sources. It's a great sign that Tannehill is making good progress, and he should be fully ready to start in Week 1. However, he's not very attractive to fantasy owners after having not played all of last year and losing top receiver Jarvis Landry to free agency. Tannehill will have familiarity with head coach Adam Gase, but his ceiling is quite low and he'll be more of a fantasy backup target.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
5/22:New York Jets quarterback Josh McCown is getting the first-team repetitions at organized team activities on Tuesday, followed by Teddy Bridgewater and third overall pick Sam Darnold. This is as expected concerning McCown, and the veteran should enter the 2018 as the starter. Bridgewater looks to be progressing nicely from his knee ailment, but his long-term future in New York is cloudy with Darnold set to be the franchise QB down the road. McCown flashed at times in 2017, but he's nothing more than a midrange QB2 in redraft leagues. Christian Hackenberg is a distant fourth and didn't see any reps Tuesday.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Athletic - Connor Hughes
5/22:New York Jets wide receiver Terrelle Pryor (ankle) suffered another ankle injury in the offseason and is not taking part in organized team activities this week, according to a source. It's unclear if this new ankle injury is related to the one that caused him to undergo surgery last November. Pryor surprisingly put up a 1,000-yard season in 2016 with the Browns but was a massive free-agent disappointment with Washington last year, catching 20 passes for 240 yards and one touchdown. A converted quarterback, Pryor must prove his health in a somewhat crowded Jets receiver room that also includes Robby Anderson, Jermaine Kearse, Quincy Enunwa, Devin Smith and ArDarius Stewart.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: New York Daily News - Manish Mehta
5/22:New York Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa (neck) is doing wide receiver drills at organized team activities but isn't wearing a helmet and is likely to sit out of team drills as he recovers from neck surgery last year. Enunwa missed all of 2017 while dealing with the injury after breaking out in 2016 with 58 catches, 857 yards and four touchdowns. While there is talent here, the soon-to-be 26-year-old must prove his health in an improved receiving room in New York. Robby Anderson emerged last season, Jermaine Kearse is now in the picture and Terrelle Pryor is hoping to prove himself on a one-year deal.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: New York Post - Brian Costello