Fantasy Football News & Views
Lions | Veteran WR says Kenny Golladay can dominate Tue Jul 17, 03:55 AM
Detroit Lions WR Kenny Golladay has the potential to dominate, according to WR Golden Tate, who also referred to Golladay as a 'WR1 kind of guy.' He added: 'I saw freakish catches, man -- some real freakin' freakish catches. Kenny's still a young guy trying to figure it out, but he's moving at a great pace. If he can just keep the mentality he has coming in, he studies, and just tries to get better every day, I'm telling you, this guy can be dominant.'Link to story
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Saints | Cameron Meredith hopeful for training camp Tue Jul 17, 03:32 AM
New Orleans Saints WR Cameron Meredith (knee) said that while he is still recovering from his knee injury and has been limited in team activities thus far, he is hopeful to be given the 'all clear' for training camp. 'On a scale of '1 to 10,' it's almost a 10... I haven't had a setback along the recovery process,' Meredith said of his injury. 'I'm gaining strength day by day, month by month. I'm excited to see how soon I can get back, but the main objective for me is to do as much as I can with the trainers to get ready for the season. My goal is to try and get back to training camp. As long as there aren't any setbacks or anything like that, it shouldn't be a problem.'Link to story
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Falcons | Julio Jones attends Matt Ryan's passing camp Tue Jul 17, 02:33 AM
Atlanta Falcons WR Julio Jones attended QB Matt Ryan's annual offseason passing camp, per a Snapchat post by WR Calvin Ridley, who was also on hand. The other players that were in attendance included TEs Austin Hooper, Eric Saubert, WRs Justin Hardy, Mohamed Sanu, Marvin Hall, Russell Gage Jr. and Reggie Davis. Jones didn't attend the team's offseason program or mandatory minicamp and it's unknown if he'll be at training camp, which begins on Thursday, July 26.Link to story
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Buccaneers | Jameis Winston showed off his arm in 2017 Mon Jul 16, 10:52 PM
Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston threw 53.4 percent of his passes beyond the first down marker in the air per Pro Football Focus, easily the highest such mark in the league.Link to story
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Browns | Carlos Hyde making tacklers look foolish Mon Jul 16, 10:42 PM
Cleveland Browns RB Carlos Hyde has 114 forced missed tackles over the last three seasons according to Pro Football Focus, tied with Le'Veon Bell for the third-highest total of any running back over that span.Link to story
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Chargers | Melvin Gordon difficult to bring down Mon Jul 16, 10:36 PM
Los Angeles Chargers RB Melvin Gordon has 116 forced missed tackles over the last three seasons according to Pro Football Focus, the second-highest total of any running back over that span.Link to story
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Giants | Jonathan Stewart hard to tackle Mon Jul 16, 10:19 PM
New York Giants RB Jonathan Stewart has forced 124 missed tackles over the last three seasons according to Pro Football Focus, the most of any running back over that span.Link to story
Jonathan Stewart player page
Steelers | James Conner impressed team in spring Mon Jul 16, 08:08 PM
Pittsburgh Steelers RB James Conner was 'very impressive during the spring' and 'really looks like he can be a solid every down running back in this league,' according to Mark Kaboly of The Athletic.Link to story
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Ravens | Five Ravens go to PUP list Mon Jul 16, 05:30 PM
Baltimore Ravens DE Brent Urban (foot), TE Vince Mayle (concussion), CB Jaylen Hill (knee), LB Bam Bradley (knee) and WR Quincy Adeboyejo (leg) were placed on the PUP list Monday, July 16. RB Kenneth Dixon (knee) was able to avoid the PUP list.Link to story
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Steelers | No deal for Le'Veon Bell Mon Jul 16, 04:00 PM
Updating a previous report, Pittsburgh Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell was not signed to a long-term deal prior to the deadline Monday, July 16.
|Footballguys view: The Steelers and Bell were not able to come to an agreement before the 4pm ET deadline on Monday. Now, Bell will play on his $14.5 million franchise tag and is set to become a free agent in 2019. Don't alter projections dramatically for Bell upon this news, even though Bell should stay away for training camp and the preseason like he did last year. He took to Twitter to write "My desire always has been to retire a Steeler...both sides worked extremely hard today to make that happen, but the NFL is a hard business at times...to the fans that had hope, I'm sorry we let you down but trust me, 2018 will be my best season to date."|
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Eagles | Darren Sproles won't play as much Mon Jul 16, 03:32 PM
Philadelphia Eagles RB Darren Sproles is expected to see the field less as he heads into his final NFL season, primarily due to the emergence of backup RB Corey Clement. Sproles should still be used consistently on special teams, however.
|Footballguys view: This contradicts earlier offseason reports that predicted Sproles would have a large role on the Eagles offense. The potential is there for Sproles to catch 25 or so passes as a change-of-pace back for the Eagles. Keep his name on the waiver wire speed dial in PPR leagues.|
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Eagles | Bigger load for Jay Ajayi? Mon Jul 16, 03:24 PM
Philadelphia Eagles RB Jay Ajayi is expected to see more touches in 2018 as he enters a contract year. In seven games with the Eagles a year ago, Ajayi averaged 10 carries per game.
|Footballguys view: Projecting Ajayi for around 220 carries in 2018 is fair as he's the lead ball-carrier for the Eagles offense. He split time with LeGarrette Blount last year, but with Blount (Lions) moving on the potential for a much larger role is there in 2018. Fantasy owners are taking him off the board at RB21 (4.07) in current 12-team PPR drafts.|
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Cowboys | Blake Jarwin making early impression Mon Jul 16, 03:15 PM
Dallas Cowboys TE Blake Jarwin was regularly targeted by QB Dak Prescott during organized team activities this offseason, specifically in red-zone scenarios.
|Footballguys view: This offseason there have been several reports about Jarwin making plays...and dynasty owners should take notice as the team looks for their Jason Witten replacement. Prescott praised Jarwin for his ability to get open and Jarwin said he's glad to have already developed some chemistry with Prescott.|
Titans | Luke Stocker on track to be No. 3 TE Mon Jul 16, 01:51 PM
Tennessee Titans TE Luke Stocker likely will enter training camp as the leading candidate for the No. 3 tight end job.
|Footballguys view: Stocker is a big-bodied blocker who only has nine receptions over the last two seasons. The third tight end in Tennessee if not a place of interest for fantasy owners, and Stocker's dynasty stock is next to nothing.|
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Titans | Phillip Supernaw missed workouts Mon Jul 16, 01:51 PM
Tennessee Titans TE Phillip Supernaw (undisclosed) did not participate in any of the offseason workouts because of an undisclosed injury.Link to story
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Jets | Devin Smith let go Mon Jul 16, 01:26 PM
New York Jets WR Devin Smith was released Monday, July 16, according to a source.
|Footballguys view: A second-round pick out of Ohio State in the 2015 NFL draft, Smith was a speedy wide receiver with a history of injury problems. Those issues continued in the NFL, and Smith only played in 14 games during three seasons with the Jets. He missed all of 2017 due to an ACL injury and was not participating in the team's offseason program. Smith will find it difficult to latch on with a new team when healthy.|
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Bills | Kaelin Clay unlikely to see time on offense Mon Jul 16, 12:50 PM
Buffalo Bills WR Kaelin Clay likely would receive most of his playing time on special teams if he makes the 53-man roster.Link to story
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Bears | Two tight ends to fight for one spot Mon Jul 16, 12:36 PM
Chicago Bears TEs Daniel Brown and Ben Braunecker likely will compete for one roster spot during training camp.Link to story
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Bears | Kevin White likely safe Mon Jul 16, 12:28 PM
Chicago Bears WR Kevin White likely is a safe bet to make the 53-man roster because his $2.69 million salary this season is guaranteed, in the opinion of the Chicago Sun-Times' Patrick Finley.
|Footballguys view: The no.7 overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft has seen his pro career knocked off track almost completely due to injury. He's appeared in only five games with the Bears and has only 21 receptions in the NFL. White only played one game in 2017 and is looking to finally stay healthy and produce in 2018. The Bears have revamped their WR corps, but we'll still be monitoring White in dynasty leagues...mostly to see if there's anything to get excited about when he goes to a different team.|
Kevin White player page
Bears | Jordan Howard has been used often Mon Jul 16, 12:19 PM
Chicago Bears RB Jordan Howard has rushed the ball 528 times over the last two seasons, which is the fifth-most rushes in the NFL during that span.
|Footballguys view: Howard has been a top-10 fantasy running back during both of his seasons as a pro. That comes from his talent as an efficient and powerful runner, and it comes from his ability to handle a large workload. That's something he's done since his days in college at both UAB and Indiana. Howard should get around 250 carries this year, and this offseason he's been working on his hands to be a better receiver. Fantasy owners are currently taking Howard off the board at RB15 (3.02) in 12-team PPR leagues.|
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Chargers | Justin Jackson on track to make team Mon Jul 16, 12:17 PM
Los Angeles Chargers RB Justin Jackson appears to be the leading candidate for the No. 3 running back job entering training camp.
|Footballguys view: Versatility and consistency are the hallmarks for Jackson's game from his days in college at Northwestern. Jackson rushed for over 1,000 yards in four years of college ball, and he caught 122 passes during that time. Measuring in at 5'11" 190 pounds, Jackson runs larger than his size and has great vision for finding lanes others don't see. He'll compete for a roster spot behind starter Melvin Gordon and change-of-pace back Austin Ekeler. We love Jackson in dynasty leagues.|
Packers | Aaron Rodgers wants to play to 40 Mon Jul 16, 11:15 AM
Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers, 34, said he wants to play until he's 40. 'I'd love to play to 40,' Rodgers said. 'I just think that number means a lot. Obviously, Tom (Brady) is kind of rewriting the book. Brett (Favre) had a good season when he turned 40. My goal is be able to move like I do or close to how I do and still be able to do that at 40 ... just because nobody's been able to do that and still move around the same. Steve Young's career was cut short in his late 30s. John (Elway,) the same - he didn't really move the same as when he was younger. So to be able to move the same way at 38, 39, 40 would be cool. That's my aim.'
|Footballguys view: Great news for the Packers and for fantasy owners (especially dynasty owners) who love starting Rodgers most every week. Rodgers does scramble around a bit more than Brady so that type of style is a bit of a concern, but we should be able to see him play at the expected level for the foreseeable future.|
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Steelers | Le'Veon Bell deal doubtful? Mon Jul 16, 08:24 AM
Updating previous reports, Pittsburgh Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell negotiated all weekend, but parties aren't optimistic a long-term deal will get done. It's expected to go down to the wire Monday, July 16.
|Footballguys view: Bell is set to play this year on the franchise tag for the second year in a row. That would put around $14.5 million dollars in his pocket for one year of work. Expect a holdout through training camp if no long-term deal is done.|
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49ers | George Kittle poised to produce? Sun Jul 15, 11:14 PM
San Francisco 49ers TE George Kittle should have 'no shortage of opportunities' in head coach Kyle Shanahan's offense, according to Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com, and Wagoner believes Kittle will benefit from having QB Jimmy Garoppolo throwing him the ball for the entire season.
|Footballguys view: A hot sleeper in fantasy circles is Kittle entering the 2018 season, and he's currently going off the board at TE11 (10.03) in 12-team PPR leagues. Kittle snared 43 passes last year as a rookie, and projecting him for around 45 catches in 2018 is fair. The no.20 fantasy tight end (standard-scoring leagues) last year, Kittle will have to score more touchdowns than he did in 2017 (2) if he wants to be more than a TE2 for fantasy owners.|
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Falcons | Austin Hooper needs consistency Sun Jul 15, 10:11 PM
Atlanta Falcons TE Austin Hooper's position coach, Wade Harman, has 'harped' on him about being more consistent this season, according to Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com.
|Footballguys view: Hooper saw plenty of targets (65) last year but only had two games with more than 50 yards receiving in 2017. In fact, from Week 11 on Hooper was only good for two or three catches per game even though he was getting around 50 snaps regularly. We'll see if Harman's coaching will improve the consistency Hooper plays with this season.|
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Giants | Drops an issue for Evan Engram Sun Jul 15, 09:55 PM
New York Giants TE Evan Engram's six drops last year were tied for the second most among tight ends.
|Footballguys view: Engram is a dangerous receiving tight end, and perhaps some of his drops can be the result of wanting to do much after the catch before securing the pass. Even with the mistakes, Engram did enough as a rookie in 2017 to finish as a top-5 fantasy tight end. The Giants are getting Odell Beckham Jr. back at the wide receiver position, and they added a talented do-everything back in Saquon Barkley in the 2018 draft. Even with those additional weapons, Engram should be able to post TE1 numbers once again this season. He's currently going off the board at TE6 (6.07) in 12-team PPR leagues.|
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Bills | Zach Olstad a longshot to make team Sun Jul 15, 09:46 PM
Buffalo Bills FB Zach Olstad is a longshot to beat out FB Patrick DiMarco and make the 53-man roster, according to Jay Skurski of the Buffalo News, but Skurski believes Olstad could earn a spot on the practice squad.Link to story
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Falcons | Eric Saubert may have bigger role Sun Jul 15, 07:29 PM
Atlanta Falcons TE Eric Saubert likely will be expected to do more on offense this season. He could push for the No. 2 tight end job during training camp.
|Footballguys view: We've been monitoring Saubert in super deep dynasty leagues since he came out of Drake as a fifth-round pick in 2017. He's a talented move tight end with good hands, concentration and body control. His blocking ability is a work in progress, so he'll be working for snaps/targets behind Austin Hooper in 2018.|
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Jets | Two Jets TEs will need to improve as blockers Sun Jul 15, 07:07 PM
New York Jets TEs Jordan Leggett and Chris Herndon will need to improve their blocking skills if they are going to receive a lot of playing time in 2018.
|Footballguys view: The Jets wanted to run the ball more last year, but had problems getting their offensive coordinator to agree and their starting running back (Matt Forte) to stay at full strength. New coordinator Jeremy Bates and new starting running back Isaiah Crowell should get the running game back on track, so the tight ends will need to be contributors as blockers.|
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Jaguars | Marqise Lee the master of crossing routes Sun Jul 15, 05:15 PM
Jacksonville Jaguars WR Marqise Lee received 30 of his 91 targets in 2017 on crossing routes and turned those into 24 catches for 286 yards and two touchdowns, good for a NFL-high receiver rating of 128.6. Lee's 15 first down conversions on those routes ranked second in the league.
|Footballguys view: Lee might have the highest floor of the Jaguars receivers this year, and he has a good proven rapport with Blake Bortles. He also has a checkered injury history and lacks a big play profile. He is best used as a bye/injury option in PPR leagues.|
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Eagles | Darren Sproles ready to retire after 2018 Sun Jul 15, 05:00 PM
Philadelphia Eagles RB Darren Sproles expects to retire at the end of the season, according to a social media post he made Sunday, July 15.
|Footballguys view: Sproles coming back for this year was not a given after his 2017 ended with a torn ACL. He won't be a hall of famer, but Sproles made so much of an impression while defying his the track record of backs with his body type that we'll be comparing prospects to him for years to come.|
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Giants | Sterling Shepard tore up crossing routes Sun Jul 15, 04:13 PM
New York Giants WR Sterling Shepard recorded 11 catches for 202 yards and a touchdown on 17 targets on crossing routes, good for a receiver rating of 125.1 - the third-best mark in the league in 2017. In addition, he averaged 11.5 yards after the catch on those routes - the most in the league since Calvin Johnson in 2012, according to Pro Football Focus.
|Footballguys view: Shepard is the lowest drafted of the four young cornerstones in the Giants offense, but he is likely to face the best matchups, especially early in the season. He could be a fantasy surprise this year.|
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Jets | Tight end committee likely for NY Jets Sun Jul 15, 02:34 PM
New York Jets TEs Chris Herndon and Jordan Leggett are expected to battle it out in training camp to be the starter at tight end, but it is likely the team ends up deciding on 'a fairly equitable workload split' between the two, according to Darryl Slater of NJ.com.
|Footballguys view: The Jets tight end position created some value when Austin Seferian-Jenkins was their best red zone receiver last year, but he is in Jacksonville now and the team is breaking in new options. This is only a situation to monitor in deep tight end premium dynasty leagues.|
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Eagles | Mike Wallace gets behind defenses Sun Jul 15, 02:30 PM
Philadelphia Eagles WR Mike Wallace has nine receptions of 40 or more yards over the last two seasons. By comparison, the Eagles have 14 such plays over the same span as a team.
|Footballguys view: Wallace has been reasonably productive in the low voltage Ravens passing game, so he could have best ball and deep league matchup bye/injury value in a much better offense. He'll be on the early season waiver wire watch list.|
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Eagles | Mack Hollins to play bigger role in 2018? Sun Jul 15, 02:20 PM
Philadelphia Eagles WR Mack Hollins is expected to return in the same role he played in 2017 as a core special teamer and the team's fourth receiver, although it is possible he could see a modest increase in opportunities, according to Jimmy Kempski of The Philly Voice.
|Footballguys view: The trade of Torrey Smith to Carolina opened a door for Hollins, and the bargain signing of Mike Wallace closed it. Hollins has flashed in limited action and his long term outlook is still bright with Carson Wentz installed as Philadelphia's quarterback, but his short term value is limited unless an outside receiver for the Eagles gets hurt.|
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Steelers | Le'Veon Bell extension close to getting done? Sun Jul 15, 02:04 PM
Pittsburgh Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell 'wants to get the deal done' ahead of the July 16 deadline for signing players on the franchise tag to a long-term extension, according to head coach Mike Tomlin.
|Footballguys view: This one will come down to the wire. The main variable is probably what Bell thinks he can get in free agency next year. It already appears that the deal he would get now is less than what he was offered last summer, and it's certainly possible that he would get less than he is being offered now next year no matter how well he performs. The smart bet is probably that he plays this year under the franchise tag again, but this year it seems there's a better chance of a long term deal getting done than last year.|
LeVeon Bell player page
Broncos | Royce Freeman could start Sun Jul 15, 12:33 AM
Denver Broncos RB Royce Freeman will be given every opportunity to earn the starting job, according to retired SS Steve Atwater.
|Footballguys view: Devontae Booker has fans in the Denver organization, but he hasn't done anything to show that he's a favorite to take over this backfield after the departure of CJ Anderson. Booker will still play a role in the passing game in any event, but Freeman should be better between the tackles, and he's at least adequate as a blocker and receiver. Freeman's weak competition could equal upside as a mid-round pick.|
Texans | Keke Coutee gaining supporters Sat Jul 14, 11:10 PM
Houston Texans WR Keke Coutee will be able to help in the return game, according to retired WR Andre Johnson, and Johnson called Coutee a 'great receiver.'
|Footballguys view: Coutee could do some damage out of the slot, and is a big-play creator, so we aren't shocked Johnson is impressed. Rookie receivers are shaky business, though, especially Day Three prospects, so we aren't rushing out to pick him up. We like the idea of him as a returner, and that could help earn some fantasy points for the Texans Defense/Special teams units.|
Patriots | Three receivers headed to practice squad? Sat Jul 14, 10:20 PM
New England Patriots WR Braxton Berrios, WR Riley McCarron and WR Cody Hollister are candidates for the practice squad, according to Owen Pence of the Boston Globe.Link to story
Dolphins | DeVante Parker ready to deliver? Sat Jul 14, 09:26 PM
Miami Dolphins WR DeVante Parker has been a 'different guy' this offseason and is playing with a sense of urgency, according to wide receivers coach Benjamin Johnson.
|Footballguys view: Once again, this is the same tune we hear year after year. As such, it's hard to get on board with the whole "he's a whole new player!" when we never see the results of the hype. Not having to contend with Jarvis Landry might be a plus, but we are concerned with Ryan Tannehill and Parker's own limitations. He's tracking as the 40th receiver off the board, and that's about where we expect him to be right now. We need to see results before qwe buy in too hard.|
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Steelers | Deadline closing in for Le'Veon Bell Sat Jul 14, 03:21 PM
Pittsburgh Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell has made some progress in long-term contract talks with the Steelers, but it is still uncertain whether the two sides will reach a deal before the July 16 deadline.
|Footballguys view: We are still unconcerned about the contract issue, though at the end of the day it remains any situation to watch. Bell is arguably the top running back i fantasy. If you want him on your squad, you will have to pay dearly for him.|
LeVeon Bell player page
Giants | Russell Shepard could earn solid role Sat Jul 14, 12:59 PM
New York Giants WR Russell Shepard has a chance to win the No. 4 receiver job if he can show reliable hands during training camp and the preseason.
|Footballguys view: The reality is that with Odell Beckham Jr., Evan Engram, Sterling Shepard, and now Saquon Barkley, that any receiver who is considered the fourth or fifth best on the team is unlikely to have fantasy relevance. He's not worth tracking.|
Russell Shepard player page
Giants | Hunter Sharp could push for returner job Sat Jul 14, 12:57 PM
New York Giants WR Hunter Sharp may compete for the kick and punt returner job during training camp. Sharp did see some snaps with the first-team offense during offseason workouts.
|Footballguys view: Sharp is unlikely to have an impact on offense directly, but watch how he does on special teams for returns. That's for two reasons. One, if he can gain considerable yards on returns, that helps set up the offense for Success which will translate to fantasy points. Secondly, if you're looking at special teams production for a Fantasy Defense, having a guy who might be able to make some noise on the ground is helpful.|
Giants | Special teams may help Roger Lewis Sat Jul 14, 12:46 PM
New York Giants WR Roger Lewis has a good chance to make the 53-man roster because of his ability on special teams.Link to story
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Patriots | Two WRs may compete for one spot Sat Jul 14, 12:15 PM
New England Patriots WRs Kenny Britt and Phillip Dorsett likely will compete for the No. 5 receiver job during training camp.
|Footballguys view: Both have shown ability in the past but neither one has done so consistently. It's hard to imagine fifth receiver on the Patriots moving the needle in as far as fantasy production is concerned, but it's worth taking note of who wins the job in case of injuries ahead of that receiver.|
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49ers | Dante Pettis the No. 3 WR? Sat Jul 14, 12:16 AM
San Francisco 49ers WR Dante Pettis could 'make an impact quicker than most expect,' according to Nick Shook of NFL.com, and Shook believes Pettis could beat out WR Aldrick Robinson for the No. 3 receiver job.
|Footballguys view: The team drafted him because he is versatile enough to line up at every receiving position. There's a lot of opportunity there for him to be on the field. Right now his ADP is 222nd overall and the 72nd receiver coming off the board, but we think there's a chance he can outproduce that, which might make him a value.|
Aldrick Robinson player page
Cardinals | Christian Kirk in position to contribute Sat Jul 14, 12:11 AM
Arizona Cardinals WR Christian Kirk has an opportunity to make an immediate impact as an 'underneath threat' in the passing attack, according to Nick Shook of NFL.com.
|Footballguys view: Most pundits feel Kirk is a slot guy, which means he is stuck behind Larry Fitzgerald until the veteran retires. Luckily, he can also play outside, which will give him ample opportunity to produce in year one. Right now he is going off the boards as the 62nd receiver off the board. We'd feel like he had the potential to be very valuable there if we knew more about the quarterback situation. But he could move as the summer goes on.|
Titans | Deontay Burnett needs a big camp Fri Jul 13, 11:38 PM
Tennessee Titans WR Deontay Burnett needs to 'come out of the gate strong' during training camp in order to make the 53-man roster, according to Jim Wyatt of TitansOnline.com.Link to story
Titans | Jordan Veasy pushing for spot Fri Jul 13, 11:04 PM
Tennessee Titans WR Jordan Veasy is a 'savvy route runner,' according to Jim Wyatt of TitansOnline.com, and Wyatt believes Veasy's ability to help on special teams makes him 'extra valuable' as he fights for a roster spot.Link to story
Colts | Daurice Fountain brings upside Fri Jul 13, 10:52 PM
Indianapolis Colts WR Daurice Fountain is an 'explosive kid,' according to general manager Chris Ballard. 'He is going to need a little time from a small school, but we like his upside,' Ballard said.Link to story