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Jake Locker (shoulder) is reportedly "nearly healed."

A source tells Titan Insider that Locker "could be able to play again fairly soon." He's undergoing another MRI Monday to determine if he'll be medically cleared to suit up against the Dolphins in Week 10. At the very latest, Locker appears on track to return after the Week 11 bye. With the Titans at 3-6, the second-year man will certainly get the starting job back from veteran Matt Hasselbeck.
Mon, Nov 5, 2012 11:48:00 AM

Markus Wheaton said he is not sure what his role will be following the year-long suspension to Martavis Bryant.

"Who knows how's it going to be without Martavis?" Wheaton said. "Maybe I'll get more work outside with (Bryant) out. It's really hard to say right now." Wheaton was expected to see more work when Bryant was suspended for the first four games of last season, but he only managed eight catches over that span. He is still the favorite for the No. 2 job behind Antonio Brown, but he needs to show well in camp to hold off sophomore Sammie Coates.
Jul 30 - 8:34 AM

Redskins first-round WR Josh Doctson (Achilles') said he felt good after his first day of rehab.

Doctson took a month off to rest and treat his troublesome Achilles' tendon. He ramped up his activity on Thursday, and he said he woke up Friday feeling good. "Today was the real test," he said. "It’s been weeks since I felt this good." The rookie will still likely sit out a couple weeks, but it sounds like he is trending in the right direction. Doctson should open the year the Redskins' No. 4 receiver, but he has the talent to climb the depth chart quickly.
Jul 30 - 8:32 AM

Patriots RBs coach Ivan Fears said he wants to see more consistency from LeGarrette Blount.

"I want to see the LeGarrette I know that can be a dominant player when he’s playing up to his stuff," Fears said. "He’s been hurt. He’s been away from us. There’s a lot of opportunity there for him. Let’s see what he can do." With the Patriots failing to add any backs of note over the offseason, Blount is in a great spot to retain the big-back carries, a role which could get more use with Tom Brady suspended the first four games. The reportedly "trimmed-down" Blount is a great value at his RB41 draft cost.
Jul 30 - 8:28 AM

Anquan Boldin worked with the first-team offense during the first practice of Lions camp.

That did not take long. After signing a one-year deal on Thursday, Boldin was lining up between Golden Tate and Marvin Jones on Friday. If his $750,000 signing bonus was not proof enough, this clearly shows he is the favorite for the No. 3 job. T.J. Jones worked with the second-team on Friday.
Source: MLive.com
Jul 30 - 8:25 AM

Mark Sanchez was benched at Broncos practice on Friday after throwing a bad interception.

In a classic Sanchezian moment, he scrambled to his left, threw off target in the direction of Emmanuel Sanders, and was intercepted by Chris Harris. Sanchez was immediately pulled off the field, and Trevor Siemian closed out practice with the first-team offense. Coach Gary Kubiak insisted nothing should be read into it. "We're trying to go up there every night looking at an equal amount with each kid," said Kubiak. "That'll probably stay consistent here for a couple of weeks."
Jul 29 - 5:15 PM

ESPN's Josina Anderson reports the Bills plan to turn Sammy Wakins (foot surgery) "loose" in a week.

Watkins opened camp on the active/PUP list but that was merely a precaution. The stud wideout claims his foot is 100 percent and he should be ready to roll in about a week or so. Obviously he'll be back in plenty of time for Week 1. Watkins could be a steal at his current ADP, though he won't be a bargain for much longer now that his health is no longer a question mark.
Jul 29 - 3:54 PM

TMZ reports suspended Raiders OLB Aldon Smith has checked into a rehab clinic.

It's his second rehab stint after going in 2013 following two DUI arrests. Smith is currently serving a year-long substance abuse suspension. He also made headlines earlier this week after a Periscope video surfaced that may have showed Smith smoking an unknown substance. It's great that Smith is finally seeking help, but only time will tell if it's enough to resurrect his career.
Jul 29 - 3:05 PM

Titans signed WR Andre Johnson.

Johnson loves the AFC South. After spending his first 12 seasons with the Texans, Johnson joined the Colts last year only to have easily the worst season of his career. Johnson appeared to lose all of his separation skills and found it very difficult to get open in Indianapolis. He eventually lost two-wide snaps to Donte Moncrief and finished with a 41-503-4 line. Johnson is joining a crowded receiving corps in Tennessee, but the Titans could be looking at him more for leadership purposes with youngsters Dorial Green-Beckham, Justin Hunter, and Tajae Sharpe in need of guidance. Johnson and Harry Douglas could be competing for one roster spot.
Jul 29 - 12:49 PM

Lions signed CB Darius Slay to a four-year, $50.2 million extension through 2020.

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the deal contains $23 million fully guaranteed at signing. A sort of late bloomer who emerged as a legitimate shutdown corner last season, Slay should get more opportunities to shadow enemy No. 1 receivers this year. He finished 2015 as Pro Football Focus' No. 2-rated cornerback behind only Tyrann Mathieu, shining both in coverage and run support.
Jul 29 - 11:59 AM

ESPN Packers reporter Rob Demovsky expects the team to use a "split" backfield between James Starks and Eddie Lacy to begin the season.

Demovsky's theory is that the Packers will share work between Starks and Lacy in the first half of the year, and "ride Lacy down the stretch." Demovsky said the team did "didn't give Starks $3 million a year to not play." Starks was re-signed to a two-year, $6 million deal in March. He became a major asset as a receiver out of the backfield last year and is a big threat to Lacy's PPR value.
Jul 29 - 11:00 AM

Appearing on Mike Clay's Sirius XM Fantasy Show, ESPN Packers reporter Rob Demovsky predicted Davante Adams will open the season as Green Bay's No. 3 receiver.

Demovsky did acknowledge Adams will "feel the heat" from Jeff Janis, Jared Abbrederis, rookie Trevor Davis, and perhaps eventually injured Ty Montgomery. Per Demovsky, Janis is "still a raw guy," and it "seems he's just not there yet." Adams ranked dead last in the NFL in yards per target last season, dropped far too many balls, and generated nothing after the catch. The Packers are still hoping the light flips on for their 2014 second-round investment.
Jul 29 - 10:50 AM




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