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7/24:Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley (hamstring) has been cleared for training camp. He's been out for offseason programs, but is ready for a full workload to start camp. Beasley is starting his age-28 season, looking to improve on his career highs from last season (98 targets and 75 catches). He's a solid depth WR with a high floor but a low ceiling.--David Marcillo - RotoBallerSource: Brandon George on Twitter
7/20:The Arizona Cardinals re-signed veteran running back Chris Johnson to a one-year deal Thursday. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. A former 2,000-yard rush way back in 2009 with the Titans, Johnson burst onto the scene in 2008 and put up six straight seasons of at least 1,000 yards before tailing off drastically when he left Tennessee. The 31-year-old played in just four games for Arizona in 2016 due to injury, rushing 25 times for 95 yards and one touchdown. He's well beyond his prime obviously and is an unattractive handcuff to David Johnson.read more...
7/20:Washington Redskins wide receiver Brian Quick is on the roster bubble heading into training camp after not looking very great in spring practices. Quick is coming off his best season with the Rams, catching 41 passes for 564 yards, but he's unlikely to be in the top four receivers for Washington. Quick needs to perform well in training camp to remain on roster. You can avoid Quick in all fantasy leagues unless something crazy happens at training camp.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN.com - John Keim
7/20:Green Bay Packers rookie running back Jamaal Williams is listed as the No. 2 back behind Ty Montgomery. Williams is a bruiser and figures to have a significant role in this backfield, although he'll face plenty of competition in training camp and the preseason. With Montgomery not even having a full season in the backfield yet, there could be plenty of work for Williams as a late-round sleeper pick in your fantasy drafts.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Wisconsin State Journal - Jason Wilde
7/20:The Dallas Police Department is suspending an investigation into an incident at a bar last weekend that involved Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott "due to the lack of a complaint," Dallas Police spokeswoman Melinda Gutierrez wrote in a statement. Elliott wasn't arrested in the incident and the police didn't name him or any other suspects in the assault. The police could reopen the investigation, and the NFL is still looking into the matter. Last year's leading rusher is still facing the possibility of a suspension to begin the year for a separate assault case fromread more...
7/20:Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell, who will play under the $12.1 million franchise tag in 2017, believes he's worth more as a rusher and receiver. "Hopefully down the line I can get valued at, not as much a guy who gets the ball 30 carries and that's it," Bell said. The talented back was second on the team in 2016 in catches (75) and receiving yards (616) behind Antonio Brown despite missing four games. Former cornerback Ike Taylor thinks $15 million per year from the Steelers would've gotten a long-term deal doneread more...
7/20:Los Angeles Chargers rookie wide receiver Mike Williams (back), who was drafted seventh overall, is not facing the prospect of surgery, according to sources with direct knowledge of the situation. Season-ending surgery for the former Clemson product was on the table three to four weeks ago, but Williams is now improving. Reports have been conflicting on this Wednesday, but it now seems Williams may avoid serious surgery to fix a herniated disc in his back. Still, he's missed valuable repetitions in the offseason program, especially for a rookie, and Los Angeles has plenty of receiving depthread more...
7/19:Green Bay Packers wide receiver Geronimo Allison has been suspended for the season opener for violating the league's substance-abuse policy. The wideout was charged with marijuana possession last December in Wisconsin and pleaded no contest in April. Allison will be suspended without pay, meaning he'll lose one game check worth $31,764. He finished 2016 with 17 grabs for 267 yards and two touchdowns in 13 games, including the playoffs. He was a decent fill-in off the practice squad last year but will face plenty of competition for playing time in 2017 and should be left toread more...
7/19:Los Angeles Chargers Mike Williams, the team's first-round pick at seventh overall, may need to undergo season-ending back surgery for a herniated disc, according to league sources. Williams was recently given an epidural as a last-ditch effort to get him ready for training camp, but sources say he's not expected to be ready. Another source believes Williams is coming along well and is optimistic he won't need surgery. The Chargers are hoping Williams responds well to his second epidural but know there's a chance he won't contribute at all in his first season. Even if Williamsread more...
7/19:Free-agent tight end Gary Barnidge is scheduled to visit and work out with the Jacksonville Jaguars on July 25, according to a league source. Barnidge produced a Pro Bowl season in 2015 with the Browns, catching 1,043 yards and nine touchdowns, and he'd surely provide an upgrade to Jacksonville's current tight end stable of Marcedes Lewis, Mychal Rivera, Ben Koyack, Neal Sterling, Alex Ellis and Caleb Bluiett. While Lewis is more of a blocker, Barnidge can both block and catch passes,read more...
7/19:Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton (shoulder) has been throwing with teammates in Baltimore, and head coach Ron Rivera said, "apparently his shoulder is fine." Newton should be good to go for training camp later this month after having surgery to fix a partially torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder in March. Superman's 2015 MVP season is looking like the outlier, and his fantasy stock is further on the decline now that Carolina wants to take even more pressure off his shoulders in the offense. With Newton running less, it's hard to endorse him as aread more...
7/19:Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jeff Janis, who is entering the final year of his rookie deal, isn't expected to develop into much more at this point in his career, in the opinion of USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin's Ryan Wood. Janis has only caught 15 passes for 188 yards and a touchdown in three seasons, but he could still win a roster spot at the bottom of Green Bay's receiver depth chart. The wideout is a known commodity as a gunner on punt coverage and a kick returner, which may give him a leg up for oneread more...
7/19:Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Breshad Perriman had the most impressive offseason of any player on the team, in the opinion of ESPN.com's Jamison Hensley. It means something after Perriman only had 66 targets in 2016 for only 33 catches, which was the lowest success rate of any Ravens receiver. This offseason, quarterback Joe Flacco and Perriman have had a chance to build more chemistry with their routes. "You can just see the confidence in his eyes," Flacco said. The former first-round pick's fantasy stock was quickly on the rise until the Ravens signedread more...
7/19:Denver Broncos running back Devontae Booker admits he wasn't quite ready for what the NFL offered in his rookie season. He was less than a year removed from two knee surgeries and hit a rookie wall late in the season when he was in the lead role with C.J. Anderson (knee) injured. Booker "worked my butt off" this offseason in order to be better prepared, and his left knee is "100 percent" after two surgeries in college. He feels he's in a better position now to show what he can really do, but he'll need toread more...
7/19:Chicago Bears wide receiver Markus Wheaton is intended to serve as the deep threat as the No. 3 wideout this year. That role was previously intended for Kevin White, but he broke multiple bones in his left leg his rookie season and played in just three games last year because of a shoulder injury. Wheaton has been inconsistent in his career, but he did average 14.1 yards per catch in his time in Pittsburgh. He might be worth a late-round flier in deeper leagues, but receiving passes from Mike Glennonread more...
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