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Blaine Gabbert (thumb) took "most of the reps" in Friday's practice and is listed as questionable for Week 1 versus Kansas City.

Gabbert is likely to start against the Chiefs, but look for the Jags to lean heavily on Maurice Jones-Drew as their quarterback works his way back from a thumb sprain on his right (throwing) hand. We still like Cecil Shorts as a WR3 play against a shaky Chiefs pass defense. Gabbert finished the preseason 18-of-26 passing (69.2 percent) for 184 yards, one touchdown, and a pick.
Fri, Sep 6, 2013 01:10:00 PM

The Miami Herald's Armando Salguero reports the Dolphins still want to sign walk-year WR Jarvis Landry to an extension.

Miami has yet to make an offer to the receiver, but Salguero reports the organization is simply doing their due diligence to avoid offending Landry with a low-ball offer. Salguero also expects the Dolphins to tag Landry next spring if they are unable to work out a long-term deal, a move which would cost them $15 million. We are more skeptical about Miami's desire to re-sign the slot receiver and even more so about them paying him $15 million for one season, but Salguero is as plugged in as anyone.
Jul 24 - 10:40 AM

ESPN Dolphins reporter James Walker wrote Ryan Tannehill moved well during offseason practices despite a brace on his left knee.

Tannehill did not require surgery after partially tearing his ACL late last season, but he will be forced to wear a brace. That brace could be a concern for a player who has averaged over 200 yards rushing a season throughout his career, but the Dolphins have consistently said the quarterback "looks normal." Relegated to an Alex Smith-esque game manager role last season, Tannehill is only a factor in two quarterback leagues.
Source: ESPN
Jul 24 - 9:33 AM

Cincinnati Enquirer's Jim Owczarski reports "all indications" are Tyler Eifert (back surgery) will be ready for camp.

Eifert waffled on his availability for camp during the spring and did not participate in the offseason program, so it seems unlikely he is a full-go on the first day of camp. Still, his recovery this offseason appears to be going much better than it did last year, and it will be a surprise if he is not participating fully early in camp. Health will always be a concern, but Eifert has scored 18 touchdowns in just 21 games the last two seasons. That upside makes him a clear TE1.
Jul 24 - 9:17 AM

ESPN Chargers reporter Eric Williams wrote Keenan Allen (knee) "looked quick and explosive" during the offseason program.

It is an opinion shared by Philip Rivers, who said the receiver "looks as good as he did before he got hurt" and was running at "full speed" during OTAs. It is not surprising Allen is already back to 100 percent considering he tore his ACL in Week 1, but staying healthy has been the real concern, with Allen playing just nine games the last two seasons. Even if he stays on the field, Allen is returning to a much more crowded depth chart even if No. 7 overall pick Mike Williams (back) is forced to miss the season. Allen is a reasonable pick at his current WR20 ADP, but that will not remain the case if his name value forces him up draft boards.
Source: ESPN
Jul 24 - 8:49 AM

Latavius Murray (ankle) says his "health is really good."

Murray sat out the entire offseason program recovering from ankle surgery, but it sounds like he will be able to get back on the field early in camp. "Progress is coming along," Murray said. "I still have to get with coach and the training staff to see what they’re going to have me do." With second-rounder Dalvin Cook likely to earn the starting job, Murray will need a strong camp to earn a fantasy-relevant role.
Jul 24 - 8:34 AM

Larry Fitzgerald did not reveal his retirement plans while speaking with reporters on Sunday.

Fitzgerald said the "only reason" he is still playing is to chase a ring, suggesting if the Cardinals surprise with a run this year it likely would be his last. Outside of that, however, Fitzgerald did not offer much in the way of a timeline. "I don’t know what the future holds," Fitzgerald said. "I feel good right now. When that changes, I’ll let you know." Notably, Fitzgerald's contract runs out after this season, but it sounds like his future will remain a mystery until at least January.
Jul 23 - 5:25 PM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports walk-year WR DeAndre Hopkins will report on time to camp.

Hopkins staged a one-day holdout at the start of last year's camp to protest a lack of contract talks, but the situation looks like it is a little better this year. Hopkins said in June he loves playing for the Texans, and GM Rick Smith said in March the team is "intent" on signing Hopkins to an extension. Of course, he still does not have a new deal as he enters the final year of his rookie contract, so the positive words have yet to turn into action. Perhaps that will change during camp.
Jul 23 - 5:05 PM

Jerry Jones said he has seen "absolutely nothing" to substantiate domestic violence allegations against Ezekiel Elliott.

Earlier in the same press conference, Jerry also said the Cowboys have no tolerance for off-field issues, so this maybe should be taken with a grain of salt. For his part, Jason Garrett said he had a productive conversation with Elliott about his behavior away from the team. Whether the allegations are true or not, it seems like Zeke is headed for at least a short suspension.
Jul 23 - 2:51 PM

Cowboys EVP Stephen Jones said the team is "confident" they will "get something worked out" with RG Zack Martin.

Martin still has two years left on his deal after Dallas exercised his fifth-year option in April, but they would like to get something done during training camp. With two All-Pro nods in just three seasons, Martin's next deal should place him right at the top of the guard pay scale. Kevin Zeitler is currently the highest-paid guard after landing $12 million per year from the Browns in March.
Jul 23 - 2:41 PM

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

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




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