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5/26:Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Allen Hurns, who missed five games with a hamstring injury in 2016, went through extensive offseason workout regiments in Phoenix with teammate Allen Robinson and put on extra weight, cut body fat and worked on his route running. The 25-year-old had a career-low 35 receptions for 477 yards and three touchdowns because of the injury. It was a massive disappointment for his fantasy owners after he caught 64 balls for 1,031 yards and 10 scores in 2015. Hurns is still listed second on the depth chart behind Robinson, butread more...
5/26:Minnesota Vikings rookie running back Dalvin Cook continues to impress the coaching staff during organized team activities. "He's a very instinctive runner," offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur said. However, Cook hasn't spent much time with the first-team offense yet. While Cook is likely to battle with Latavius Murray for the lead-back role in 2017, Jerick McKinnon could also be mixed in often, mainly in passing situations. Because Cook was a high-profile draft pick, he'll likely be overvalued in fantasy drafts.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: St. Paul Pioneer Press -read more...
5/26:Free-agent running back Matt Asiata agreed to a one-year deal with the Detroit Lions on Friday, according to a source. Financial terms weren't disclosed. Asiata had been mainly a depth piece at the running back position in his five years with Minnesota, and he'll likely fill a similar role in Detroit behind Ameer Abdullah and Theo Riddick. The former sixth-rounder has never averaged over 3.9 yards per carry and is more of a goal-line and short-yardage back. He is unlikely to have much fantasy value unless an injury in front of him opensread more...
5/26:Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Nelson Agholor has shown improvement in offseason workouts, and head coach Doug Pederson thinks it's because of new receivers coach Mike Groh and the fact that there's more competition after the offseason additions of Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith. Agholor showed more speed and fluidity during workouts after struggling with confidence issues in 2016. Last year was a disaster for the 24-year-old, as he finished with only 36 catches for 365 yards and two touchdowns in 15 games and had the third worst drop rate inread more...
5/26:New Orleans Saints tight end Coby Fleener, who caught 50 passes for 631 yards and three touchdowns in his first year with the Saints, thinks he'll find more success in his second season in New Orleans while relearning the playbook in the offseason. Expectations were much higher for Fleener in his first year receiving passes from future Hall of Famer Drew Brees, but he's also hovered right around the 50-catch mark the previous three seasons with Indianapolis. There's room for growth in his second season with the Saints, but don't count on it.read more...
5/26:The chemistry between Miami Dolphins tight end Julius Thomas and quarterback Ryan Tannehill remains a work in progress during organized team activities. Thomas, soon to be 29, was a fantasy bust his two seasons in Jacksonville, catching just nine touchdowns after combining for a whopping 24 in his last two years with the Broncos. Injuries have also been unkind to him. Miami is hoping Thomas will return to his Denver form now that he's reunited with Adam Gase, but the early returns aren't promising. That's not to say that he'll continue his inconsistentread more...
5/26:Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer is attached to the hip of head coach Hue Jackson during organized team activities as he attempts to fast track his way to the starting quarterback job. Kizer is trying to earn a starting job as fast as he can, and he hopes always having Jackson in his ear will help him accomplish that. "I want to make sure I have my hand on him as much as I can," Jackson said. The second-round pick is very eager to learn and improve each and every day, which is a great sign for hisread more...
5/26:Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer has seen tape of quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (knee) dropping back and throwing during organized team activities, and the head coach is very impressed with where the QB is in his rehab. "He's still got a long ways to go. But he's progressing as well as anybody could expect, I would think," Zimmer said. However, it still seems likely Bridgewater will begin the year on the Physically Unable to Perform list. It remains somewhat of a long shot to see Bridgewater play at least in the first half of the 2017read more...
5/26:Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver Ryan Switzer, who has seen first-team repetitions in the slot during organized team activities with Cole Beasley (hamstring) sitting out, is expected to have a significant role in the offense this year. The Cowboys are working on packages for both Beasley and Switzer to be on the field together. It's a nice opportunity for the former Tar Heel to make an impact immediately, but realistically, unless Beasley suffers an injury, it's hard to foresee Switzer making enough of an impact to be fantasy-relevant outside of the deepest of leagues.--read more...
5/26:While Miami Dolphins wide receiver Leonte Carroo may be the front-runner for the No. 4 receiver spot based on his draft pedigree, he is by no means a lock to make the final roster. Head coach Adam Gase plans to use receiver Jakeem Grant on the outside instead of solely in the slot. A third-rounder last year, Carroo had just three receptions for 29 yards in 14 games in his rookie season. He's obviously not worth any fantasy attention.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Miami Herald - Barry Jackson
5/26:New York Giants rookie tight end Evan Engram lined up everywhere during organized team activities Thursday -- in-line, in the slot, out wide and in motion like a running back. He worked a little with the first-team offense, but that doesn't necessarily mean he'll be a starter this year. Engram was drafted in the first round with the expectation that he'd start in his rookie year, and he's certainly an intriguing pass catcher, but he's not your typical tight end. The 22-year-old has excellent long-term fantasy potential, but the wealth of receiving options in New York will likely makeread more...
5/25:New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham, who hasn't attended organized team activities this week, said that he will be present for the mandatory minicamp that begins June 13. Beckham hasn't shown up for voluntary OTAs, but the media is making it more of an issue than it probably should be. ODB will remain New York's top receiving threat, and he's a surefire WR1 worth selecting again in the first round of fantasy drafts.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Kimberly Jones
5/25:New Orleans Saints running back Adrian Peterson worked on his pass-catching skills during organized team activities with Mark Ingram sitting out of workouts. Peterson has never been much of a receiver out of the backfield in his career (career-high 43 catches in 2009) and probably won't be expected to do much of that in 2017 as a complement to Ingram. At 32 years old coming off several major lower-body injuries and after averaging a paltry 1.9 YPC in 37 attempts in '16, Peterson should be at best a midround fantasy selection.--Keith Hernandez -read more...
5/25:New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas has bulked up to 220 pounds this year after weighing in at 210 pounds in 2016. Thomas was one of the most impressive rookies last season behind Ezekiel Elliott, and he manged a whopping 92 catches for 1,137 yards and nine touchdowns for the Saints. It may be hard for the 24-year-old to top that, but he should be a bigger part of the offense with Brandin Cooks no longer in the picture. Thomas' statistical floor should be pretty safe in this high-octaneread more...
5/25:Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas said, "This is the best I've felt in my whole career." It's officially that time of the year where most players insist they are in the best shape of their lives. It's worth noting for Thomas, though, as he dealt with a nagging hip ailment for most of last year, although he still managed to put up his fifth straight year of 1,000 yards with Trevor Siemian under center. Despite turning 30 later this year, Thomas has a good chance of making that six straight seasons withread more...
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