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Jacob Tamme caught five passes for 38 yards in Denver's Week 4 win over the Raiders.

Peyton Manning was locked onto Tamme early, with four of his five catches coming before halftime. Tamme out-targeted Joel Dreessen 6-3, but it was Dreessen who managed to find the end zone, reeling in a difficult 22-yard catch to cap Denver's opening drive. Although visions of fantasy greatness were dancing in fantasy owners' heads in the preseason, Tamme has yet to clear 50 yards in a game, and found the end zone only once. He's on pace for a thoroughly TE2 60/500/4.
Sun, Sep 30, 2012 08:09:00 PM

John Ross (shoulder) remains sidelined as the Bengals open training camp.

Much has been made about Chargers first-rounder Mike Williams (back) not being able to do much, but Ross has done even less than Williams. Williams at least did a bit during the spring. Ross is recovering from shoulder surgery and wasn't able to report to spring work because of Washington's late graduation and the NFL's stupid rule. Likely to open camp on active/NFI, Ross is looking a like a long shot to contribute much as a rookie, especially early on. Tyler Boyd and Brandon LaFell should soak up the first-team reps in practice and are the heavy favorites to round out the Bengals' three-wide set behind A.J. Green come Week 1. Ross shouldn't be getting selected in 12-team re-draft leagues right now.
Source: bengals.com
Jul 26 - 3:10 PM

Eagles waived DE Marcus Smith.

An expected move for months, the Eagles pull the plug before having to pay Smith a $594,000 roster bonus and save nearly $1.5 million. The Smith pick at No. 26 overall in 2014 by then-coach Chip Kelly was widely criticized from the start, and Smith answered by providing just four sacks in three seasons, failing to find a position. He should be able to get a second chance, somewhere where he won't have to live up to the billing of a first-round pick. Smith turned 25 in March.
Jul 26 - 2:34 PM

Trevor Siemian will take the first snaps under center when the Broncos open training camp on Thursday.

Paxton Lynch will get the first reps on Friday in what will be a true rotation until coach Vance Joseph and OC Mike McCoy settle on a starter. It's the same pattern the two quarterbacks followed in the spring. Lynch had a strong finish to spring work, but Siemian was, by most accounts, the more consistent passer throughout.
Jul 26 - 1:34 PM

Eagles released G/T Allen Barbre.

A coaches pet from the Chip Kelly regime, Barbre signed a new multi-year deal in June 2014 but fell out of favor under coach Doug Pederson. Barbre was given permission to seek a trade back in March but didn't find any takers. The release saves the Eagles $2.1 million against the cap. 33-year-old Barbre can play both guard spots and right tackle and has made 36 career starts. Isaac Seumalo opened Eagles camp as the starting left guard. Philly has plenty of line depth.
Jul 26 - 1:07 PM

Vikins signed RE Everson Griffen to a four-year, $58 million extension through 2022.

The deal contains $34 million guaranteed, and the $14.5 million per-year average in new money makes Griffen the third-highest-paid 4-3 end behind only Giants teammates Olivier Vernon and Jason Pierre-Paul. Griffen isn't a household name to the casual fan, but he's been wrecking quarterbacks ever since taking over as a full-time starter in 2014. Griffen is now under contract through his age-35 season.
Jul 26 - 12:50 PM

Julio Jones (foot) has been medically cleared for training camp.

As expected. Jones underwent a very minor procedure to remove a bunion from his foot in March. He sat out OTAs and minicamp merely as a way to get more rest after a long season. Jones is ready to roll but will be eased back into team drills here in the first few practices. Jones is locked in as a first-round fantasy pick.
Jul 26 - 12:06 PM

Myles Garrett (foot) is "ready to go" for the start of training camp.

The No. 1 overall pick had a scare toward the end of spring workouts when he suffered a lateral foot sprain, but it proved to be a minor deal. Garrett will probably be monitored a bit early in camp but will avoid a stint on the active/PUP list.
Jul 26 - 11:56 AM

Coach Hue Jackson said Cody Kessler will take the first snaps under center when the Browns open training camp.

"He deserves a chance to walk out there first," Jackson said of Kessler. That's about all Kessler will be guaranteed in what should be one of the more interesting quarterback battles of the summer. Along with Kessler, newcomers Brock Osweiler and DeShone Kizer will also be in the mix. Osweiler and Kizer both reportedly had strong springs, while Kessler struggled with having passes batted down.
Jul 26 - 11:52 AM

Dolphins C Mike Pouncey (hip) has been medically cleared for training camp.

Pouncey has battled a number of hip issues in his career and was sent to I.R. last Week 10 only to need another surgery. He's recovered nicely and appears to be ahead of schedule. Expect the Dolphins to continue to take it slow with their stud center, but he's fully expected to be out there in Week 1.
Jul 26 - 9:59 AM

Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official website expects Theo Riddick to be even more involved in the red zone this season.

Anquan Boldin, now a free agent, was third in the NFL with 22 red-zone targets last season, so there is a massive piece of the pie to be accounted for in Detroit. While Eric Ebron figures to see an uptick in scoring-area looks, Riddick also stands to gain quite a bit after catching all five of his touchdowns in the red zone last year. Detroit's running back situation is a tough one to figure out, but finding the guy who has the best chance to score touchdowns is a great place to start. Riddick is one of OC Jim Bob Cooter's favorite weapons near the end zone.
Jul 26 - 9:49 AM

Ty Montgomery worked with Rischad Whitfield, better known as the Footwork King, during the break between minicamp and training camp.

Whitfield has become one of the best trainers of NFL running backs in recent years and was given a large portion of the credit for Melvin Gordon's sophomore surge last season. "I hope it pays off for me, too," Montgomery said. With Whitfield, Montgomery did "a lot of speed-ladder drills, a lot of change-of-direction drills, a lot of read-and-reaction drills." Montgomery is also up to 223 pounds, but it's lean muscle in the chest and shoulders area in an effort to take more of a pounding as a runner. Montgomery has incredible fantasy upside, especially in PPR formats.
Source: ESPN.com
Jul 26 - 9:11 AM




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