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According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Duke Johnson is the "leading candidate" to replace Andrew Hawkins as the Browns' primary slot receiver.

Johnson was surprisingly profiled in Cabot's preview of the team's wide receivers. The 23-year-old has emerged as one of the more polished receiving backs in football, topping 500 yards receiving in each of his two seasons. Cabot believes he has a "good chance" of taking over the Hawkins role and it stands to reason that his receiving output would increase under those conditions. Johnson hasn't been used much in the running game anyway, logging a mere 177 carries since arriving as a third-round pick in 2015.
Jul 23 - 10:47 AM

In a statement made to TMZ, the woman who accused Ezekiel Elliott of domestic violence last year called her relationship with Elliott "very toxic."

"Exactly 1 year ago today my life changed forever," the accuser wrote. "I finally got the strength to be the strong woman I was and got myself out of a very toxic relationship" Despite claims that Elliott harmed his accuser on five separate occasions between July 17 and July 22, 2016, no charges were ever filed. The NFL is reportedly nearing the end of its year-long investigation into Elliott's domestic violence allegations and discipline, if there is any, should be handed down shortly. Most reports suggest Elliott will face at least a one or two-game suspension. Dallas opens its season at home against the Giants on September 10.
Source: TMZ.com
Jul 23 - 10:06 AM

John Brown has bulked up to 185 pounds this offseason.

He's added 12 pounds of muscle since last season. Brown has clearly put an emphasis on strength training, though luckily it hasn't come at the expense of his patented speed. "I'll never lose that," he promised. ESPN Cardinals reporter Josh Weinfuss said the new, bulkier Brown has the look of a "game-changing receiver," which is exactly what he was before complications from his sickle-cell condition derailed his season in 2016. Currently being drafted as a WR4 in fantasy, Brown has the chance to be an immense bargain.
Source: ESPN.com
Jul 23 - 9:48 AM

ESPN's John Keim projects Rob Kelley to open the year as the Redskins' starting running back.

Keim gave Kelley only a tepid endorsement in his lineup projections, expecting him to hold the job "for now" while confirming that fourth-round rookie Samaje Perine could overtake him at any point. Fat Rob showed promise at times last season after replacing Matt Jones as the starter, but seemed to wear down as the year went on while offering next to nothing in the passing game. Fantasy owners have been treating Kelley as an RB3/4 in early drafts.
Source: ESPN.com
Jul 23 - 9:38 AM

ESPN Redskins reporter John Keim projects Jamison Crowder to start opposite Terrelle Pryor in two-wide sets.

As expected. Crowder will line up outside when the Redskins employ two-receiver sets and will shift to the slot when they go three-wide with Josh Doctson. In other words, Crowder will be all over the field and should have a chance to assert himself as Kirk Cousins' go-to target, if he wasn't already. A PPR monster, triple-digit catches is well within Crowder's reach.
Source: ESPN.com
Jul 23 - 9:25 AM

ESPN Lions reporter Michael Rothstein considers Eric Ebron a "prime candidate for a breakout year."

That's assuming he stays healthy, which is always a big if with Ebron. The fourth-year tight end tallied a career-high 711 receiving yards in 2016, which ranked eighth among tight ends. One way to keep Ebron fresh would be to limit his exposure on run downs, which the Lions can accomplish by giving those snaps to blocking tight end Darren Fells. With Anquan Boldin gone, Ebron can also expect a much bigger role in the red zone this year. At the moment, he's being drafted as a borderline TE1 in most fantasy leagues.
Source: ESPN.com
Jul 23 - 9:11 AM
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