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1/17:Keenan Allen has reportedly begun sprinting only four months after suffering a torn ACL, according to Eric Williams with ESPN. Allen missed the entirety of the 2016 season after tearing his ACL in the first game, but this report shows that he is rehabbing well ahead of schedule. Barring any major setbacks, Allen should be fully healthy for the 2017 season in LA.--Billy StonickSource: Eric Williams
1/17:Danny Woodhead missed the vast majority of the 2016 season due to a torn ACL, but the good news is that he appears to be recovering from it faster than expected. Michael Gehlken posted video of Woodhead already running and cutting six weeks ahead of schedule. Woodhead is scheduled to be a free agent this offseason, and though he's missed two of the last three seasons with serious injuries, he's still expected to draw plenty of attention due to his receiving talents.--Billy StonickSource: Michael Gehlken
1/17:Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Martavis Bryant is currently still serving the remainder of his year-long suspension for substance abuse. Technically speaking, the suspension is listed as a minimum one-year ban, but it would be a pretty big surprise if Bryant wasn't reinstated. These processes usually take way longer than they should, so it'll likely be a while before we find out if Bryant will take the field in 2017.--Frankie Soler - RotoBallerSource:
1/17:Melvin Gordon saw his 2016 campaign end on a sour note as severe sprains to his knee and hip held him out of the last three games of the season, but his numbers ended up worlds better than in 2015. Gordon ran for 997 yards, had 419 receiving yards, and found the end zone 12 times in just 13 games. There are still concerns about his health and his depressed yards per carry of just 3.9, but his overall performance vaulted Gordon into the RB1 atmosphere. Now that Gordon has proven that he can be an every-down back,read more...
1/17:Dallas Cowboys kicker Dan Bailey had another excellent season, nailing 27-of-32 field goals and all of his 46 extra point attempts. Bailey battled a back injury for most of the season, but still hit 84% of his field goals and got a touchback on every one of his kickoff attempts. He's a high-floor kicker in fantasy and should be rostered next season in all formats.--David Marcillo - RotoBallerSource:
1/17:Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten finished up another typical season for him, ending as the TE15 in standard scoring leagues. He caught 69 passes for 673 yards and three touchdowns. His touchdown total seemed a bit disappointing, but it was actually only slightly below his career average. Witten has already stated his desire to return for another season and should be able to put up a very similar season in 2017. He's a worthwhile second tight end in fantasy leagues.--David Marcillo - RotoBallerSource:
1/17:Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Brice Butler played all 16 games in 2016, but only caught 16 passes for 219 yards and three touchdowns. A size/speed freak who has always tantalized fantasy players, Butler has been overshadowed by a Dallas offense that features the running game and Dez Bryant. Now a free agent, Butler may be able to generate some fantasy value if he finds himself a situation that can play to his strengths.--David Marcillo - RotoBallerSource:
1/17:Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams had the lest effective season of his career in 2016, catching 44 passes for 594 yards and four touchdowns. His previous season low for yards was 621 in 2014, but he scored eight touchdowns that season. Often forgotten in the game plan behind Ezekiel Elliott, Dez Bryant, Cole Beasley, and Jason Witten, Williams didn't help himself either by dropping passes and not being able to get open. He is a free agent, however, and his landing spot will determine if he ends up having any fantasy value inread more...
1/17:Dallas Cowboys wide receiver (officially, at least) Lucky Whitehead played very little on offense this season, recording only three catches for 48 yards and 10 rushes for 82 yards. He was a rarely used gadget player who also sometimes returned kicks and punts. Whitehead has next-level speed but little else that a team would want to see in a wide receiver. He'll likely return to a similar role next season and is not worth any fantasy consideration.--David Marcillo - RotoBallerSource:
1/17:Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley caught 75 passes for 833 yards this season, scoring five touchdowns. Beasley got off to a hot start but faded noticeably down the stretch. A much better asset in PPR leagues because of occasional high target totals, Beasley's value was at an all-time high early in the season. He should be back as an effective but better-in-real-life slot receiver next season. He's decent bench depth, but nothing more.--David Marcillo - RotoBallerSource:
1/17:Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant finished 2016 as the overall WR21 in standard scoring leagues. He only played in 13 games and was very limited in a few of those. It also took him and rookie quarterback Dak Prescott a while to get in sync. Dez finished the season strong, though, re-establishing himself as a top-half WR1 for next season. For 2016, Dez ended up with 50 catches for 796 yards and eight touchdowns. He also threw a touchdown pass on a trick play. He turned a disappointing season into a very solid one and shouldread more...
1/17:Dallas Cowboys running back Lance Dunbar did very little in 2016, mostly due to injury, but also due to a crowded backfield. With Ezekiel Elliott operating as a true every-down back, Dunbar had trouble seeing the field outside of special teams plays. For the year, he ended up with nine carries for 31 yards and a touchdown, adding 16 catches for 122 yards through the air. A valuable passing-down back, Dunbar is a free agent and his fantasy value will vary widely depending on where he signs. He may be a decent sleeper pick on a teamread more...
1/17:Dallas Cowboys running back Darren McFadden only played in three games in 2016 due to injury. He ended up carrying the ball 24 times for 87 scoreless yards, adding three catches for 17 yards. McFadden opened the season hurt, but seemed to be the preferred second-stringer behind Ezekiel Elliott once he returned. Still, he is a free agent and unlikely to be re-signed by the Cowboys, who also have Alfred Morris and Lance Dunbar in their backfield corps.--David Marcillo - RotoBallerSource:
1/17:There were high hopes surrounding Dallas Cowboys running back Alfred Morris in the pre-draft portion of last offseason, but the drafting of Ezekiel Elliott ran that hype train quickly off the rails. Morris finished the season with 69 rushes for 243 yards and two touchdowns, adding three catches for 11 yards. He was nothing more than a handcuff for Zeke owners and even that value vanished once Darren McFadden returned. Under contract with the Cowboys for next season, Morris will likely play a similar role again and should only be owned as a handcuff for more...
1/17:Dallas Cowboys rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott wrapped up his epic rookie season after Sunday's playoff loss. Zeke ended the season as the RB2 in standard scoring leagues, behind only David Johnson. For the 15 games (Zeke sat out Week 17), Elliott rushed 322 times for 1,631 yards and 15 touchdowns. He added 32 catches on 40 targets for 363 yards and one more touchdown. He showed great vision, great burst and great speed all season long and gets to continue playing behind the best offensive line in football. Zeke's arrow keeps pointing up.--Davidread more...
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