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NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Bills RB Jonathan Williams will not face league discipline after being found not guilty in his 2016 DUI case.

Williams was arrested in Arkansas a year ago, but he was found not guilty earlier this month. With both the legal and league issues behind him, Williams can focus on winning the No. 2 job behind LeSean McCoy. Mike Gillislee rode that role to 627 total yards and nine touchdowns last season.
Jun 29 - 11:36 AM

A source "very close" to Mike Pouncey (hip) told Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald the center will be ready for Week 1 "barring an unexpected setback."

The news around Pouncey has been mostly positive over the last month, with coach Adam Gase saying he is "on a really, really good track." Still, it would not be surprising if the center misses a large chunk of training camp and the entire preseason as the Dolphins do whatever they can to keep Pouncey healthy for 16 games. If that does not happen, Miami will likely turn to Kraig Urbik, but they also contacted free agent Nick Mangold earlier this offseason.
Jun 29 - 11:32 AM

Russell Wilson dropped over 10 pounds this offseason after modifying his diet.

Wilson weighed over 225 pounds in March, but he recently weighed in at 214 pounds with 10 percent body fat. Coming off an injury-marred season, the renewed focus on nutrition will help Wilson stay healthy while the lost weight will make him even more dangerous as a runner. The offensive line remains a large question mark, but Wilson should be in line for a bounce-back season.
Source: ESPN
Jun 29 - 10:02 AM

Matt Vensel of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune believes Latavius Murray (ankle) will be the Vikings' short-yardage back this season.

Vensel notes Minnesota struggled in short-yardage situations last season while Murray scored nine touchdowns from inside the five-yard line and converted 13-of-18 short-yardage tries on third or fourth down, albeit behind one of the best offensive lines in the league. Second-rounder Dalvin Cook should be the starter, but Murray could vulture significant fantasy value if he is able to earn the goal-line job. Unlikely to be ready for training camp because of ankle surgery, he will have to get healthy first.
Jun 29 - 9:48 AM

MMQB's Albert Breer reports the Jets are happy with Christian Hackenberg's progress as he attempts to overhaul his footwork.

Breer reports Hackenberg has been working with QBs coach Jeremy Bates to clean up some of his issues, and while he is not consistent enough yet, he is making progress. ESPN's Rich Cimini reported Hackenberg was "a little better than expected" during the offseason program while Josh McCown "wasn't quite as sharp as anticipated." That at least cracks the door for Hackenberg to win the starting job in camp, but it is still very likely McCown is under center come Week 1. Even so, the safe money is on Hackenberg making starts at some point this year.
Source: MMQB
Jun 29 - 9:21 AM

ESPN Texans reporter Sarah Barshop thinks Tom Savage will still be the starter at the halfway point of the season.

Barshop admits the pressure to turn the reins over to Deshaun Watson "will be enormous every time Savage makes a mistake," but she writes coach Bill O'Brien wants to keep the veteran in the job "for as long as possible." With a top-five defense and potentially a strong running game, all Houston really needs is a game manager under center, and Savage should have a better handle on the system than the rookie. Even so, it would be surprising if Watson does not make starts this year.
Source: ESPN
Jun 29 - 8:59 AM

Victor Cruz said he worked primarily in the slot during the offseason program.

Cruz's best seasons came while working from the slot, but he was moved outside by the Giants to make room for rookie Sterling Shepard last year. Now in Chicago, it looks like he will return to his preferred position, although he will face stout competition. Locked-in starter Cameron Meredith thrived working from the slot down the stretch last season, and Kendall Wright does his best work inside as well. Cruz has a chance to earn a role in a wide open depth chart, but it is far from a given.
Source: ESPN
Jun 29 - 8:48 AM

Delanie Walker said third-round rookie Jonnu Smith will surpass him "one day."

Smith did not get much ink during the offseason program, but coach Mike Mularkey appears to be happy with his rookie tight end. "It’s really fun to coach him because everything’s important," the coach said. "He looks you dead in the eye; he takes every word in; and he wants to please you. He wants to do right for his teammates." With a similar skill set, Smith looks like the long-term replacement for Walker, who turns 33 in August, but he could get on the field in the Titans' two-TE sets as early as this year. Even so, he is only worth a roster spot in Dynasty formats.
Source: USA Today
Jun 29 - 8:40 AM
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