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    NFL Player News - Week of 6/8/20

    Colts | Jonathan Taylor in spot to thrive
    Indianapolis Colts second-round pick RB Jonathan Taylor is in the best position of drafted running backs to succeed, according to Pro Football Focus' Michael Renner. The team's offensive line is returning all five starters, and the line ranked third in PFF's rankings last season.
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    Ravens | Gus Edwards made most of carries
    Baltimore Ravens RB Gus Edwards averaged 5.3 yards per carry in 2019, the third most among qualified runners.
    Footballguys view: Edwards is pushed down the depth chart with the selection of J.K. Dobbins in the second round of the 2020 NFL draft. We'll see the Ravens use Mark Ingram and Dobbins as their top backs leaving Edwards for a third-string role. He's a one-dimensional power back who might get some short-yardage of goal-line work.
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    Bears | Anthony Miller's role grew
    Chicago Bears WR Anthony Miller had at least six receptions in four of the final seven games in 2019 after catching five passes or less in each of the first nine games.
    Footballguys view: We love Miller's talent and see him as a WR4 with upside in 2020. Miller had surgery on his left shoulder after the season but is expected to be ready for Week 1.
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    Titans | Coaches still high on Corey Davis?
    Tennessee Titans WR Corey Davis is still well liked by the coaching staff, according to Jim Wyatt of TennesseeTitans.com, but Wyatt believes Davis is playing for his future with the team in 2020.
    Footballguys view: Davis was outplayed last year by rookie A.J. Brown. His fifth-year option was declined so this is his final season under contract with the Titans. The former first-round pick has talent and is worth taking a chance on late in your draft just in case he puts up good numbers in a contract year.
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    49ers | Versatility a strong suit for Brandon Aiyuk
    San Francisco 49ers WR Brandon Aiyuk was taken in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft in part due to his ability to be a threat at every level of the field, but also because the 49ers believe he can play any of the team's receiver positions.'It didn't matter where you put him and it didn't matter what the play was, and that's what we got a little bit with Emmanuel (Sanders) when we traded for him, and that's what I think we're getting with Brandon. This guy wants to be great. I want someone like that. And I think he has the tools to be great. I think he has the mindset to be great, and I promise you schematically we're going to give him every chance to do that,' head coach Kyle Shanahan said.
    Footballguys view: Aiyuk is the king of run-after-the-catch ability. Not only does he play with speed and ankle-breaking quickness, but he also has a strong lower body and can pick up yards after contact better than most receivers. Aiyuk ran 102 slot snaps and 540 snaps out wide. The 49ers are going to be able to move him all around the formation and he should be one of the most exciting rookie receivers in 2020.
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    Buccaneers | Tom Brady unfazed by disguised coverage
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Tom Brady's 8.5 touchdown-to-interception ratio versus disguised coverage is the league's best mark since 2016, while his completion percentage of 69.1 in those same situations ranks fourth over the same span. Last year's starter, Jameis Winston, posted marks of 1.23 and 65, respectively.)
    Footballguys view: Brady has always been one of the best in the game in the mental aspect of playing quarterback, which is possibly the most important attribute of a passer. Tampa's rivals would be better off sending extra rushers than trying to cross up Brady with changing looks at the snap.
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    Patriots | Top QBs working together
    New England Patriots QBs Jarrett Stidham and Brian Hoyer have been working out together this offseason.
    Footballguys view: That makes sense as Hoyer has been in the system a long time and the team is obviously valuing that at quarterback. Stidham beat Hoyer our for the backup spot last year. Hoyer would probably be better for the fantasy value of Patriots receivers, but either way this will be a bottom 10 pass offense.
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    Report is that Dalvin Cook will hold out until he gets an extension to his current contract.

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    Does Kaepernick get signed now that Goddell said that the NFL was wrong for not listening to players earlier?

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    Nobody will sign Kap, even now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigSpoon View Post
    Does Kaepernick get signed now that Goddell said that the NFL was wrong for not listening to players earlier?
    No, at least not as a Qb

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    I would love to see Kaepernick back in the game as a starter. That way people could shut the F up about him not having a chance.

    If for some reason he was good...I’d be willing to eat my words.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpaschal34 View Post
    I would love to see Kaepernick back in the game as a starter. That way people could shut the F up about him not having a chance.

    If for some reason he was good...I’d be willing to eat my words.
    I doubt he would be successful after not playing for so long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAKEPEAVY21 View Post
    I doubt he would be successful after not playing for so long.
    Yes. Speed of the game way too fast. There is no way

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    We r still talking about kappp returning

    gimme a break

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    Tuesday Update

    Falcons | Todd Gurley passes physical
    Atlanta Falcons RB Todd Gurley flew to Atlanta and passed his physical Monday, June 8.
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    .Bills | John Brown saved Josh Allen on deep throws
    Buffalo Bills WR John Brown caught 10-of-26 deep targets from QB Josh Allen in 2019, resulting in a 38.5 completion percentage and 109.5 passer rating on those throws. All the other Bills combined to catch four of Allen's 37 deep pass attempts, greatly contributing to Allen's league-worst 22.2 percent completion rate on deep passes last season.
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    Raiders | Getting Josh Jacobs down no easy task
    Las Vegas Raiders RB Josh Jacobs forced 69 missed tackles on running plays last season - the most by any player in the league - according to Pro football focus.
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    Eagles | Carson Wentz getting familiar with his receivers
    Philadelphia Eagles QB Carson Wentz recently took part in a workout in Houston in which he threw passes to first-round pick Jalen Reagor, second-year WR JJ Arcega-Whiteside and veteran WR Marquise Goodwin, who was acquired via trade from the San Francisco 49ers during the draft.
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    Ravens | Lamar Jackson successful on play action
    Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson threw 11 touchdowns on play-action passes in 2019 and did not record any interception on those passes.
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    Vikings | Dalvin Cook wants extension
    Minnesota Vikings RB Dalvin Cook wants a contract extension and will skip all of the offseason meeting and training camp until he receives a reasonable extension, according to a source.
    Footballguys view: Cook is entering the final year of his rookie contract and is on the books with a $2 million cap hit. He has not yet played a full 16-game season in three years, but Cook did get through 14 games in 2019...ending the year as a top-5 fantasy running back. The two sides have no further discussions on the schedule right now but they should be conversing before training camp.
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    Cardinals | Kyler Murray expected to work with teammates
    Arizona Cardinals QB Kyler Murray is expected to work out with teammates at some point this week, according to head coach Kliff Kingsbury.
    Footballguys view: Murray, like other quarterbacks, is going to organize some workouts to throw some passes and build chemistry for the 2020 season. He got a huge boost to the passing game with the trade for WR DeAndre Hopkins. Murray could be a top-tier fantasy quarterback this year, not only because of Hopkins and the others in the receiving corps, but also because of his athleticism and ability to hurt a defense on the ground.
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    Steelers | Diontae Johnson difficult to tackle
    Pittsburgh Steelers WR Diontae Johnson forced 18 missed tackles during the 2019 season, which tied for second in the NFL.
    Footballguys view: Johnson was able to do this without QB Ben Roethlisberger for most of his rookie season in 2019. We'll see if he can perform at an even higher level now that Roethlisberger is healthy and will be back out there slinging the rock. Johnson is a WR4 with plenty of upside for Fantasy GMs in 2020.
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    49ers | Deebo Samuel caused missed tackles
    San Francisco 49ers WR Deebo Samuel forced 18 missed tackles during the 2019 season, which was tied for second in the NFL.
    Footballguys view: Samuel's game is all about run-after-the-catch ability. He's a bully with the ball, hence the nickname 'Deebo.' Samuel regularly tells defenders 'that's my bike punk!' with the rock in his hand. He's just getting started and looks to have a bright NFL future ahead of him.
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    49ers | George Kittle tough to tackle
    San Francisco 49ers TE George Kittle forced 20 missed tackles during the 2019 season, which ranked first among wide receivers and tight ends.
    Footballguys view: Kittle can run through or around defenders. That's what makes him so hard to bring down because as a defender it's tough to line him up. Kittle should continue to dominate in this statistical category once again in 2020.
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    Seahawks | Freddie Swain signs deal
    Seattle Seahawks sixth-round draft choice WR Freddie Swain signed a four-year contract with the Seahawks Monday, June 8, according to a source. Financial terms were not disclosed.
    Footballguys view: Swain has an unpolished game but could immediately contribute on special teams as a return man. He led the Gators in 2019 with seven touchdown receptions and has 12 combined over his last two collegiate seasons (he scored once every 4.5 catches at Florida). Swain only had one drop in 2019 and did most of his damage from the slot. His game is rough around the edges but the ball skills and athleticism are there enough for us to keep track of Swain in deep dynasty formats.
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    Bills | Stephen Hauschka top option for now
    Buffalo Bills PK Stephen Hauschka is the leading candidate for the kicker job at this point, according to special teams coordinator Heath Farwell. PK Tyler Bass will need to outperform Hauschka during training camp and the preseason in order to win the job.
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    Eagles | DeSean Jackson may be top option
    Philadelphia Eagles WR DeSean Jackson is expected to be the top receiving threat this upcoming season if he is able to stay healthy, according to NJ.com's Mike Kaye.
    Footballguys view: Let's see how this shakes out with the Eagles receiving room in 2020. Jackson can still fly and get down the field in the blink of an eye but he needs to stay healthy to be effective as he only stayed on the field two games in 2019. We'll see how a healthier Alshon Jeffery can bounce back this year and also see the introduction of 2020 first-round pick Jalen Reagor. Right now, Jackson is the third Eagles WR coming off the board. Reagor's current ADP is WR49 (11.03), Jeffery is WR56 (12.05) and Jackson is WR60 (14.04) in 12-team PPR leagues.
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    Seahawks | Carlos Hyde understands role
    Seattle Seahawks RB Carlos Hyde said he knows that he will be competing for the No. 2 running back job and that RB Chris Carson is the starting running back.
    Footballguys view: Hyde is coming off a 1,000-yard season on the ground last year with the Texans but he's a clear reserve in Seattle. Hyde should be able to win that no.2 job in training camp, making him a high-value handcuff for Fantasy GMs with deep benches.
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    Seahawks | Carlos Hyde says he is on track
    Seattle Seahawks RB Carlos Hyde (shoulder) said he believes he is on track in his recovery from shoulder surgery and thinks he will be ready for training camp.
    Footballguys view: Hyde may be ready for training camp, but the Seahawks are likely to ease him into action. He's there to be the primary backup to Chris Carson and they'll want him available at the start of the regular season. Hyde is a seasoned veteran who doesn't need a ton of work in camp or the preseason.
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    Colts | Philip Rivers to work out with teammates
    Indianapolis Colts QB Philip Rivers is planning voluntary workouts with some of his teammates in Indianapolis next week, according to sources.
    Footballguys view: Rivers gets a fresh start with the Colts in 2020. His game looked nearly shot last year with the Chargers as he was throwing picks left and right. With a much better offensive line and plenty of weapons around him in the rushing and passing attacks, we could see Rivers enjoy a bounce-back season. Fantasy GMs are looking at him as a low-end QB2 with a current ADP of QB19 (12.06) in 12-team PPR leagues.
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    D.Jax is certainly getting long in the tooth to continue to be their top option. Will be lucky to be on the field for 10 games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyvegas13 View Post
    We r still talking about kappp returning

    gimme a break
    He's better than at least half the backup QB's in the league and could probably start for a few teams as well. He deserves to be on a NFL roster as the 2nd/3rd QB at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigSpoon View Post
    He's better than at least half the backup QB's in the league and could probably start for a few teams as well. He deserves to be on a NFL roster as the 2nd/3rd QB at least.
    your prob right but who’s gonna sign him

    if they woulda they woulda

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    Nobody is going to sign him. The NFL can apologize or say whatever, he still wont be signed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stallion View Post
    Nobody is going to sign him. The NFL can apologize or say whatever, he still wont be signed.
    Agreed I don't think anybody will sign Kaep even though I think that he should be a backup in the league somewhere. The league will say the right things but they still won't sign him.
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    Will Derek Henry have his best year yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigSpoon View Post
    He's better than at least half the backup QB's in the league and could probably start for a few teams as well. He deserves to be on a NFL roster as the 2nd/3rd QB at least.
    He wouldn’t take backup money.

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    Kaep having a 1-10 record his last season just may be part of the problem. Why don't we make a push for Brady Quinn to be on a roster while we're at it.

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    Deebo Samuel being a bully and yelling "that's my bike punk" with the rock in his hands is hilarious and an ode to Deebo in the movie "Friday".
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    Quote Originally Posted by mpaschal34 View Post
    He wouldn’t take backup money.
    That's probably right, he got robbed of his prime years being blackballed since 2017.

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    Wednesday Update

    Packers | AJ Dillon came in early
    Green Bay Packers second-round pick RB AJ Dillon came to Green Bay in early May to begin working and studying the playbook.
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    Jets | Frank Gore gets it done on inside runs
    New York Jets RB Frank Gore averaged 4.6 yards per carry on runs in between the guards as a member of the Buffalo Bills in 2019 - tied for the ninth-best mark among all players with at least 100 total carries.
    Footballguys view: Gore does what he does best -- grind and pound in between the tackles. He'll be working as the primary backup to Le'Veon Bell in 2020 and should get some work on rushing downs, including some time near pay dirt and on third-and-short situations.
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    Giants | Saquon Barkley shut down on perimeter in 2019
    New York Giants RB Saquon Barkley averaged only 2.1 yards per carry on runs outside the tackles in 2019 after picking up 4.4 yards per attempt on such runs as a rookie.
    Footballguys view: The Giants had a poor offensive line last year and that's one of the reasons why we saw Barkley struggle at times in year two. Add in the fact that he was banged up for most of the year and missed three games, and you can see why Barkley's numbers didn't get close to the amazing output he had as a rookie in 2018. With an improved offensive line and full health, Barkley could easily be in for a bounce-back season in 2020.
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    Redskins | Adrian Peterson still running strong
    Washington Redskins RB Adrian Peterson compiled a broken tackle percentage - the total number of broken tackles on rushing attempts divided by the number of carries - of 17.1 in 2019, marking the third consecutive year he has reached or topped that mark.
    Footballguys view: Peterson looks like his old self on the football field. He has the size/speed combination that makes him tough to bring down once he builds a head of steam. Washington has a jam-packed backfield but there is still a role for Peterson, one that would make him a RB5 for Fantasy GMs.
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    Colts | Marlon Mack kept offense on track
    Indianapolis Colts RB Marlon Mack ranked fourth in the league with 67 first downs rushing in 2019.
    Footballguys view: Mack is a hard-charging running back who gets it done on rushing downs. He's getting some help this year as the Colts selected Wisconsin star RB Jonathan Taylor in the second round of the 2020 NFL draft. Mack and Taylor will split time on first and second downs while Nyheim Hines should still contribute as the primary pass-catching running back for the Colts in 2020.
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    Cardinals | Kenyan Drake adept at moving the chains
    Arizona Cardinals RB Kenyan Drake picked up a first down on 42 of his 123 carries with the team following his trade from the Miami Dolphins in 2019, leading to a league-best first-down rate of 34.1 percent (among players with at least 100 rushing attempts).
    Footballguys view: Drake was fantastic working in the Cardinals offense. Now, heading into the full season as 'the man' with the Cardinals we should see Drake perform like a RB1 for Fantasy GMs. He has a current ADP of RB5 (1.09) in 12-team PPR leagues.
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    Ravens | James Proche getting familiar with his QBs
    Baltimore Ravens WR James Proche caught passes from QBs Lamar Jackson and Trace McSorley last week in south Florida. This week, he is doing the same with QB Robert Griffin III.
    Footballguys view: Proche was dominant for SMU over the last two seasons snaring 209 passes and a whopping 27 touchdowns. He's a reserve receiver for the Ravens this season as the 2020 sixth-round pick needs to learn more nuance as a route-runner. Proche is dominant when tracking the ball downfield and can make difficult catches seem routine. We'll monitor him in deep dynasty formats.
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    49ers | Chunk plays common for George Kittle
    San Francisco 49ers TE George Kittle has gained at least 15 yards on 69 plays since 2017 - the second-highest total of any tight end over that span - according to Pro Football Focus.
    Footballguys view: Kittle is incredible dangerous because of his big-play ability. His size is tough to deal with but so is his speed. Kittle remains tough to match up against and should remain a defensive coordinator's nightmare in 2020.
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    Chiefs | Travis Kelce no stranger to big plays
    Kansas City Chiefs TE Travis Kelce has gained at least 15 yards on 100 plays since 2017 - 31 more than any other tight end over that span - according to Pro Football Focus.
    Footballguys view: The Chiefs know how to use Kelce at his best. These numbers and big plays will continue as the team brought back 10-of-11 starters from the offense that won the Super Bowl.
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    Bears | No luck after contact for David Montgomery
    Chicago Bears RB David Montgomery averaged 1.6 yards after contact as a rusher in 2019 - tied for the second-worst mark among qualified rushers.
    Footballguys view: Montgomery has size but he did nothing when contacted. We'll see if the team can spring him better holes to help him build a head of steam that will help these after-contact numbers. Montgomery is a RB2/RB3 for Fantasy GMs in 2020 with a current ADP of RB23 (4.05) in 12-team PPR leagues.
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    Patriots | Sony Michel provided little after contact
    New England Patriots RB Sony Michel averaged 1.6 yards after contact as a rusher in 2019 - tied for the second-worst mark among qualified rushers.
    Footballguys view: Michel's yards-per-carry average went from 4.5 as a rookie to just 3.7 last year. His fantasy value is limited by the Patriots usage of a RBBC which does not feature Michel much at all as a receiver out of the backfield.
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    Buccaneers | No question Ronald Jones is the starter?
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers RB Ronald Jones drew raves from the coaching staff for how he played near the end of the 2019 season, and beat writer Mark Cook believes that he doesn't 'think there is any question at this point that (Jones) is the starting running back ... unless he completely melts down in (training) camp - or gets injured.'
    Footballguys view: Jones is at the top of the depth chart but there is still buzz about the Bucs adding another veteran running back to the mix. We'll see if someone like Devonta Freeman ends up with the team and how any RB added would change the role for Jones.
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    Giants | Darius Slayton set for big year?
    New York Giants WR Darius Slayton could have a sophomore season comparable to Los Angeles Rams WR Cooper Kupp (2018) or Indianapolis Colts WR T.Y. Hilton (2013), according to Zack Rosenblatt of NJ.com. Rosenblatt bases those comparisons on Slayton's rookie production of 740 yards, eight touchdowns and 48 receptions while working with fellow rookie QB Daniel Jones.
    Footballguys view: We'll see if Slayton can take that next step. Injuries to Golden Tate and Sterling Shepard opened the door for Slayton in 2019 and the rookie came through in a big way. This year, Slayton is the slot receiver and that makes him a WR3/deep flex play with upside in 2020.
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    Eagles | Miles Sanders to be true workhorse
    Philadelphia Eagles RB Miles Sanders is expected to carry the load in the backfield in 2020, with the team's decision to not address the position in free agency being a sign of head coach Doug Pederson getting away from his usual running back by committee approach, according to Geoff Mosher of Inside the Birds.
    Footballguys view: Sanders has a three-down skill set and doesn't need to come off the field. He looked great as a rookie in 2019. He's now the lead back with Jordan Howard moving on. The team may add a veteran backup like LeSean McCoy before the start of the season, but that shouldn't take away from Sanders workhorse role.
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    Falcons | Todd Gurley endorsed by OC
    Atlanta Falcons RB Todd Gurley can be argued to be 'the best back in the game,' according to offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter Tuesday, June 9.
    Footballguys view: That's a pretty bold claim, but Gurley has been in that echelon before. Can he regain his pre-injury form? That's the largest question for Gurley and the Falcons this year.
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    Jets | Sam Darnold organizing workouts for skill positions
    New York Jets QB Sam Darnold is organizing an informal three-day passing camp for key skill position players expected to include RBs Le'Veon Bell and Frank Gore, WRs Breshad Perriman, Jamison Crowder and Denzel Mims, and TE Chris Herndon. The workouts will start Thursday, June 11, at Bommarito Performance System in Aventura, Fla.
    Footballguys view: It's always news when a quarterback gets together with his weapons. This is something many quarterbacks do in July between the end of OTAs and the start of training camp. This year in the virtual offseason, more and more quarterbacks are getting together with their receivers to build chemistry. The Jets have put better weapons around Darnold this year and he needs to start playing up to his potential in 2020.
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    Saints | Jameis Winston staying confident
    New Orleans Saints QB Jameis Winston said he still believes in himself after going from a starter in 2019 to competing for a backup job with the Saints in 2020. 'I know what I'm worth,' Winston said. 'And I know day in and day out, without publicly coming in and saying it, that historically I'm one of the best quarterbacks to play the game.' Winston went on to say he's eager to work his way back up to a starting role.
    Footballguys view: Winston is not clearly the backup to Drew Brees. The former no.1 overall pick will have to compete in training camp with Taysom Hill to be the backup. Winston had over 5,000 yards passing last year but shouldn't see the field too much this year unless Brees gets banged up.
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    Falcons | Hayden Hurst impressing new QB
    Atlanta Falcons TE Hayden Hurst was called the 'fastest and most athletic tight end' QB Matt Ryan has 'ever played with.'
    Footballguys view: Hurst was a first-round pick with the Ravens a couple of years ago but he was outplayed by Mark Andrews and shipped off to the Falcons earlier this year. He's an athletic tight end who can get open down the deep middle seam. From an athletic profile, he's an improvement from last year's starter Austin Hooper. With Hooper moving on in free agency, the Falcons were prompted to add Hurst. He could be a top-10 fantasy tight end in 2020. His current ADP is TE10 (9.03) in 12-team PPR leagues.
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    Vikings | Dalvin Cook would accept $13 million per year
    Minnesota Vikings RB Dalvin Cook could receive a contract offer in the range of $13 million per year from the team, according to Courtney Cronin of ESPN. Sources said it's an offer Cook 'would gladly take.'
    Footballguys view: He is on the books for $2 million in the final year of his rookie contract and is looking for an extension. The $13 million per year number is lower than what Christian McCaffrey signed for, but Cook has a long injury history that needs to be taken into account. Deals get done at deadlines, so we'll see if the Vikings budge when training camp rolls around.
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    Eagles | Jalen Hurts unlikely for packages
    Philadelphia Eagles second-round pick QB Jalen Hurts is unlikely to be thrown into packages, at least early on, in the 2020 season, in the opinion of beat writer Mike Kaye.
    Footballguys view: That doesn't make a lot of sense. Hurts is a quarterback but his athleticism makes him an intriguing gadget player, similar to the way the Saints use Taysom Hill. According to this report, the Eagles view Hurts as a genuine quarterback, and they are likely to take the conservative approach with his development at the position.
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    Broncos | KJ Hamler has to clean up drops
    Denver Broncos second-round pick WR KJ Hamler had nine drops last season at Penn State. 'That was something that we looked at,' said Broncos president of football operations/general manager John Elway. 'I think that when you looked at his ability to catch the ball, it's not because he doesn't have good ball skills. Obviously, he's got just the concentration drops, which are the easy drops that you don't concentrate looking in. ... We felt like we could coach him through that.'
    Footballguys view: Hamler had more drops than anyone else in the FBS in 2019. He's got a small catch radius, so passes have to be on the mark and in stride for Hamler to gather them cleanly. We'll see the rookie compete as the no.3/slot receiver for the Broncos behind Courtland Sutton and fellow rookie Jerry Jeudy. Hamler's speed and big-play ability make him a player we love to watch in dynasty formats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mpaschal34 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAKEPEAVY21 View Post
    Ravens picking up Calais Campbell was one of the best moves of the offseason.
    Agree, great pickup. Conversely Jacksonville defense will feel the loss.

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    Buccaneers | Ke'Shawn Vaughn should see a lot of work
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers third-round pick RB Ke'Shawn Vaughn should at least replace the snaps RB Peyton Barber took last season. 'The idea is to get him here and see what he does best,' said general manager Jason Licht. 'We know that he's got good speed. We know that he can catch the ball. We know that he's good in space - he's been very productive there. I think he's capable of playing on all three downs so you can't have too many good backs. You can't just rely on one good back. If you have a guy who can do multiple things, it makes him even more valuable to your team.'
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    Rams | Darrell Henderson pronounces himself fit
    Los Angeles Rams RB Darrell Henderson (ankle) told reporters during a Zoom call Wednesday, June 10, that he has fully recovered from surgery to address the high-ankle sprain he suffered late last season.
    Footballguys view: Henderson is going to compete to establish a pecking order in the backfield with Todd Gurley moving on to the Falcons. His main competition will be rookie Cam Akers and veteran Malcolm Brown. All three have differing skill sets, and this may end up being some form of a three-headed RBBC.
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    Raiders | Derek Carr plays close to the vest
    Las Vegas Raiders QB Derek Carr has led the league in percentage of throws between one and 10 yards in each of the last two seasons (minimum 200 attempts), attempting 59.3 percent of his passes in that range in 2018 and 58.8 percent in 2019.
    Footballguys view: Carr doesn't want to push it down the field that much. His game might change a bit this year...if he wins the starting job. Carr has to compete with Marcus Mariota for the top spot on the depth chart at the quarterback position. If he wins, Carr is going to get to throw to rookie first-round pick Henry Ruggs III. His game is all about speed and taking the top off the defense. That should help Carr (or Mariota) be better when attacking downfield.
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    Cardinals | Kyler Murray leaned heavily on short throws
    Arizona Cardinals QB Kyler Murray led the league in percentage of passing attempts behind the line of scrimmage in 2019 at 21.4 percent (minimum 200 attempts). San Francisco 49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo (20.5), Chicago Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky (20 and Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers (20) were the other quarterbacks who finished over 20 percent last season.
    Footballguys view: The Kliff Kingsbury offense is all about using short passes to march down the field. There will be deep shots as well, but quick passing and RPO action is the hallmark of what the Cardinals want to do on offense. Expect that to continue in 2020.
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    Chargers | Five to compete for No. 3 WR job
    Los Angeles Chargers WRs K.J. Hill, Andre Patton, Jason Moore, Darius Jennings and Joe Reed will compete for the No. 3 wide receiver job during training camp.
    Footballguys view: The Chargers are set with Keenan Allen and Mike Williams at the top of the depth chart. The battle for the pecking order behind them will take place in training camp. Reed is a player with a ton of speed and is a rookie to keep an eye on in deep dynasty formats.
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    Colts | Philip Rivers throwing passes to teammates
    Indianapolis Colts QB Philip Rivers said he has been working out with WR Parris Campbell and TE Jack Doyle over the last few days.
    Footballguys view: What does Rivers have left in the tank? That's the largest question for this upcoming season when it comes to the veteran quarterback. He was throwing interceptions left and right in 2019 and needs to cut down on those turnovers this season. We'll see if these workouts help him have quick chemistry with his new teammates.
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    Rams | Cam Akers taking part in workouts
    Los Angeles Rams RB Cam Akers has started to participate in workouts with QB Jared Goff in Los Angeles, according to Goff.
    Footballguys view: Akers is an exciting rookie running back to watch. He's got a good rushing style which features contact balance and vision. Akers is not as good of a receiver as you'd like and will be working in a RBBC this season. We'll see how he stacks up against Darrell Henderson and Malcolm Brown in training camp and the preseason.
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    Rams | Jared Goff working with teammates
    Los Angeles Rams QB Jared Goff said he has been working out with some of his teammates during the shutdown and has been working to his receivers for a while.
    Footballguys view: Another quarterback working with his receivers here. Insert the standard 'this should help chemistry' take. However, with Goff there needs to be improvement off a down season in 2019. He threw the heck out of the ball but was not an efficient passer. Goff is a QB2 with upside for Fantasy GMs.
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    Saints | New Orleans may use more two TE sets
    New Orleans Saints TE Adam Trautman may allow the team to use more two-tight end sets this upcoming season, according to tight ends coach Dan Campbell.
    Footballguys view: We'll see how the rookie from Dayton gets mixed in this year. Trautman is going to compete for a spot backing up Jared Cook. Both are dangerous receiving threats, so perhaps there will be times when Cook and Trautman are on the field together.
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    Colts | Jonathan Taylor in spot to thrive
    Indianapolis Colts second-round pick RB Jonathan Taylor is in the best position of drafted running backs to succeed, according to Pro Football Focus' Michael Renner. The team's offensive line is returning all five starters, and the line ranked third in PFF's rankings last season.
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    Ravens | Gus Edwards made most of carries
    Baltimore Ravens RB Gus Edwards averaged 5.3 yards per carry in 2019, the third most among qualified runners.
    Footballguys view: Edwards is pushed down the depth chart with the selection of J.K. Dobbins in the second round of the 2020 NFL draft. We'll see the Ravens use Mark Ingram and Dobbins as their top backs leaving Edwards for a third-string role. He's a one-dimensional power back who might get some short-yardage of goal-line work.
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    Bears | Anthony Miller's role grew
    Chicago Bears WR Anthony Miller had at least six receptions in four of the final seven games in 2019 after catching five passes or less in each of the first nine games.
    Footballguys view: We love Miller's talent and see him as a WR4 with upside in 2020. Miller had surgery on his left shoulder after the season but is expected to be ready for Week 1.
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    Titans | Coaches still high on Corey Davis?
    Tennessee Titans WR Corey Davis is still well liked by the coaching staff, according to Jim Wyatt of TennesseeTitans.com, but Wyatt believes Davis is playing for his future with the team in 2020.
    Footballguys view: Davis was outplayed last year by rookie A.J. Brown. His fifth-year option was declined so this is his final season under contract with the Titans. The former first-round pick has talent and is worth taking a chance on late in your draft just in case he puts up good numbers in a contract year.
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    49ers | Versatility a strong suit for Brandon Aiyuk
    San Francisco 49ers WR Brandon Aiyuk was taken in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft in part due to his ability to be a threat at every level of the field, but also because the 49ers believe he can play any of the team's receiver positions.'It didn't matter where you put him and it didn't matter what the play was, and that's what we got a little bit with Emmanuel (Sanders) when we traded for him, and that's what I think we're getting with Brandon. This guy wants to be great. I want someone like that. And I think he has the tools to be great. I think he has the mindset to be great, and I promise you schematically we're going to give him every chance to do that,' head coach Kyle Shanahan said.
    Footballguys view: Aiyuk is the king of run-after-the-catch ability. Not only does he play with speed and ankle-breaking quickness, but he also has a strong lower body and can pick up yards after contact better than most receivers. Aiyuk ran 102 slot snaps and 540 snaps out wide. The 49ers are going to be able to move him all around the formation and he should be one of the most exciting rookie receivers in 2020.
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    Buccaneers | Tom Brady unfazed by disguised coverage
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Tom Brady's 8.5 touchdown-to-interception ratio versus disguised coverage is the league's best mark since 2016, while his completion percentage of 69.1 in those same situations ranks fourth over the same span. Last year's starter, Jameis Winston, posted marks of 1.23 and 65, respectively.)
    Footballguys view: Brady has always been one of the best in the game in the mental aspect of playing quarterback, which is possibly the most important attribute of a passer. Tampa's rivals would be better off sending extra rushers than trying to cross up Brady with changing looks at the snap.
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    Patriots | Top QBs working together
    New England Patriots QBs Jarrett Stidham and Brian Hoyer have been working out together this offseason.
    Footballguys view: That makes sense as Hoyer has been in the system a long time and the team is obviously valuing that at quarterback. Stidham beat Hoyer our for the backup spot last year. Hoyer would probably be better for the fantasy value of Patriots receivers, but either way this will be a bottom 10 pass offense.
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    NFL | Colin Kaepernick drawing interest
    Free-agent QB Colin Kaepernick (49ers) has drawn interest from an undisclosed team. Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said a team contacted him about Kaepernick Thursday, June 11. The Seahawks were interested in Kaepernick after he opted out of his contract with the 49ers in 2017.
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    Patriots | Sony Michel recovering from surgery
    New England Patriots RB Sony Michel (foot) had surgery on his foot in May, according to sources. The surgery was a maintenance-based operation to help relieve discomfort that Michel had been experiencing. It's unknown whether he'll be ready for training camp.
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    Cowboys | Michael Gallup accomplishes rare feat
    Dallas Cowboys WR Michael Gallup became only the 70th player in league history to amass at least 1,100 receiving yards in his first and/or second NFL season in 2019.
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    Broncos | OC pleased with Drew Lock's progress
    Denver Broncos QB Drew Lock has left offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur 'very impressed' this offseason with his ability to 'keep up with the (offensive) installations.' 'I think he's got a really good feel for the game. He's developing a good feel for what we want to do. If the rumor is true that he's throwing to our players, I think he's learning something there. We'll just try to put it all together here come July,' Shurmur said.
    Footballguys view: Lock has a lot of new weapons around him as the Broncos look to upgrade an offense that only scored 17 points per game in 2019. We'll see what Lock can do in his second year and first full season as a starter. As a rookie in 2019, a thumb injury knocked him out for most of the year. He did start five games for the Broncos, going 4-1 in those contests. We'll see if the momentum they built last year can carry over to 2020.
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    Cardinals | DeAndre Hopkins wins at the catch point
    Arizona Cardinals WR DeAndre Hopkins has recorded 56 contested catches since the start of the 2015 season - the fourth-highest total by any receiver over that span - according to Pro Football Focus.
    Footballguys view: Hopkins has a fantastic ability to make plays on the ball. Scouts call that 'my ball' mentality, and Hopkins also plays with great body control which allows him to make crazy catches seem routine. We're excited about how the Cardinals offense will implement their new superstar this year.
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    Buccaneers | Mike Evans goes up and gets it
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Mike Evans has made 60 contested catches since the start of the 2015 season - the third-highest total by any receiver over that span - according to Pro Football Focus.
    Footballguys view: Evans is big, fast and physical. He's essentially a perfect wide receiver with the way he plays the game and his athletic profile. New QB Tom Brady will quickly find that Evans is the guy to throw to when the chains need to move. It should make for a great combination in 2020.
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    Falcons | Contested catches no issue for Julio Jones
    Atlanta Falcons WR Julio Jones has amassed 63 contested catches since the start of the 2015 season - the most by any receiver over that span - according to Pro Football Focus.
    Footballguys view: This is what Julio Jones does. He'll box out smaller defenders with his large frame and he does a good job of high-pointing passes when they come in. Fantasy GMs want him to score more touchdowns (only one season of double-digit TD grabs) but Jones is still a WR1 and must-start player ever week.
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    Jets | Denzel Mims likely to make noise as a rookie
    New York Jets WR Denzel Mims might be held back a little by not having a true offseason program, but SNY's Ralph Vacchiano believes he will be 'a big contributor at some point in Year 1.'
    Footballguys view: You could easily make the argument that Mims is the best receiver on the Jets roster. He can fly down the field and has some of the best concentration in his draft class. We'll see how quickly he can translate his game.
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    Titans | Ryan Succop not a target at this point
    Free-agent PK Ryan Succop (Titans) is not receiving interest from the Tennessee Titans at this point, but general manager Jon Robinson said the team has not ruled out re-signing him at some point.
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    Titans | Tennessee talking with Derrick Henry
    Tennessee Titans RB Derrick Henry's agent has talked with the Titans multiple times over the last few weeks regarding a long-term contract for Henry, according to general manager Jon Robinson.
    Footballguys view: Henry signed his franchise tag back in early April. He's now on the books for a one-year, $10.2 million price tag. In mid-July there is a deadline for all franchise-tagged players to reach a new long-term deal. We'll see if the Titans can get something done with Henry to keep him around for years.
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    Seahawks | Rashaad Penny will not be rushed back
    Seattle Seahawks RB Rashaad Penny (knee) is making solid progress in his recovery but will not be rushed back to the field, according to head coach Pete Carroll. Carroll said the team can wait for Penny because of the addition of RB Carlos Hyde.
    Footballguys view: The team added Hyde because Penny is not going to be ready for the start of the regular season. We should see Penny placed on the PUP list for the beginning of the season, forcing him to miss the first six weeks. Chris Carson is the starter and Hyde is the veteran backup.
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    Raiders | Henry Ruggs should be ready for camp
    Updating previous reports, Las Vegas Raiders WR Henry Ruggs III (thigh) needed stitches to repair the thigh injury he suffered last week but likely will be ready for training camp, according to a source. He did not suffer any muscular damage during the accident.
    Footballguys view: Ruggs injured himself when helping a friend move last month. It was not a big deal although there were reports about him using crutches after the injury. Ruggs should be more than fine by the time the regular season starts.
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    Browns | Kareem Hunt open to any role
    Cleveland Browns RB Kareem Hunt said he wants to win and is willing to handle any role the team asks him to this upcoming season.
    Footballguys view: Hunt is going to play as a reserve behind Nick Chubb this year. He's a valuable back and can hurt a defense as a runner or receiver out of the backfield. While Chubb is a RB1 for Fantasy GMs, there should be enough of a role for Hunt to give him flex appeal in 2020.
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    Redskins | Ron Rivera addresses signing Antonio Brown
    Washington Redskins head coach Ron Rivera was asked about signing free-agent WR Antonio Brown (Patriots) during a Wednesday, June 10, Zoom call. 'If you bring in a veteran right now, you're going to stunt the growth of somebody young,' Rivera said. 'We've got some young guys at wide receiver that have shown potential over the last season and now into the offseason. We haven't really had the chance to watch them. I know who Antonio Brown is, I know he's a great player. He's an impact guy,' Rivera added. 'He's also a veteran guy, and we've got some young guys that we need to find out about. Again, that's kind of the approach, we want to see what we have.'
    Footballguys view: Brown wants back into the league and he may find more interest when training camp opens up. On the field, Brown could still make plays as a receiver. Off the field, Brown has problems and would be a distraction unless his behavior changes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAKEPEAVY21 View Post
    Still can't believe how Zona stole Hopkins from houston..
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    Yet Jim Caldwell is still their GM

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    I think Houston should trade Watson, after trading Hopkins.

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