Silva's Late-Camp Top 150

Silva's Late-Camp Top 150
With training camps coming to a close, Evan Silva unveils his Post-Camp Top 150 Fantasy Football Rankings.
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NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports that tests have confirmed NT B.J. Raji (torn biceps) is out for the season.

The Packers were hoping to place Raji on short-term I.R. for a possible a late-season impact. Although he hasn't been a productive player since 2012, his loss is a major blow to Green Bay's defensive line depth. Raji will end up playing zero regular season snaps after re-signing to a one-year $4 million deal this offseason. Josh Boyd and Letroy Guion are in-house candidates to replace Raji. Free agents Ryan Pickett and Johnny Jolly are likely available for the veteran minimum could be brought back.
Aug 23 - 2:47 PM

Rookie Weston Richburg is expected to open the season as the Giants' starting left guard.

Richburg started over Brandon Mosley at right guard in Friday's preseason game, but will switch over to the left side with Geoff Schwartz sidelined, with Mosley moving back in the starting lineup. Richburg lacks experience but is a serviceable replacement for Schwartz. Mosley and C J.D. Walton have been liabilities.
Aug 23 - 2:43 PM

Marcus Harris (shoulder) is expected to miss 3-4 weeks.

Harris is dealing with an issue in his AC joint. He was in the mix for the No. 5 receiver job prior to going down. The Giants will likely need to cut Preston Parker, Julian Talley, and KR Trindon Holliday to keep a roster spot for Harris, who was having a strong camp. Harris had nine catches for 93 yards in four preseason games.
Aug 23 - 2:19 PM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Giants LG Geoff Schwartz is consulting with a foot specialist following an MRI on his dislocated toe.

Rapoport said, "It does not sound good." Depending on the where the toe is dislocated, Schwartz could miss anywhere from a few weeks to the entire season. Rapoport's comments indicate it is closer to the latter. The injury is a huge blow to the Giants' already shaky offensive line. Rookie Weston Richburg should slot in at left guard with Schwartz sidelined.
Aug 23 - 1:55 PM

Broncos SLB Von Miller (knee) is expected to make his preseason debut against the Texans Saturday.

Miller has been sidelined since tearing his ACL on December 22. He avoided the PUP list at the start of camp, and has been practicing full speed for the last week. He should be good to go Week 1.
Source: Denver Post
Aug 23 - 1:14 PM

The Denver Post's Mike Klis reports Montee Ball (appendectomy) will make his preseason debut against the Texans Saturday.

Ball was cleared for full participation in practice Monday, and returned to 11-on-11 drills during Thursday's practice. He was not expected to make his debut until the fourth preseason game, but recovered faster than anticipated. It's great news for fantasy drafters. We wouldn't expect Ball to handle more than a few carries, but his activity is confirmation Ball has fully recovered. He projects as the clear feature back in Denver's juggernaut attack.
Source: Denver Post
Aug 23 - 1:06 PM

Giants DE Damontre Moore recorded two sacks, a tackle for loss, and a fumble recovery in Friday night's preseason game against the Jets.

Moore now has four sacks this preseason. He is stuck behind veterans Jason Pierre-Paul and Mathias Kiwanuka, but Moore has shown enough to earn a role as a sub-package rusher. Moore is fully recovered from offseason shoulder surgery.
Aug 23 - 12:48 PM

Jimmy Clausen operated as the Bears' No. 3 quarterback in Friday night's preseason game, completing 6-of-9 throws for 36 yards.

He was the only Bears quarterback to lead scoring drives in the 34-6 drubbing, resulting in a pair of late Robbie Gould field goals against Seahawks backups. (Of course, Seattle's backups would start on a team like the Raiders.) Expect Clausen to get a ton of snaps in the exhibition finale as the Bears continue to let him battle Jordan Palmer to back up Jay Cutler. In August, Clausen is a combined 24-of-37 (64.9%) passing for 280 yards (7.6 YPA), two touchdowns and a pick.
Aug 23 - 12:47 PM
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