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  • Ogletree seeing time with first-team offense
    Lions WR Kevin Ogletree has "spent time" with the first-team offense during the first two days of training camp.

    Advice: Ogletree is competing with the likes of Kris Durham, Ryan Broyles, and Jeremy Ross for the third receiver role in Detroit. Though he seems like the front runner now, Ogletree will carry little fantasy value even if he wins the job. The Lions love to utilize their running backs in the passing game, and rookie TE Eric Ebron should see most of his snaps in the slot this season.
    Yesterday, 7:16 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (2397th)
  • Toliver headed for second opinion on foot
    Bears WR Terrance Toliver is seeking a second opinion on his injured foot.

    Advice: Toliver has been sidelined a week with what the Bears fear could be a small fracture in his foot, which would likely end his season. A prototypical Bears' receiver at 6-5/204, Toliver is a dark horse to make the 53-man roster if his health cooperates.
    Yesterday, 6:54 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (2425th)
  • Lloyd 'most consistently productive' in camp
    The Sacramento Bee's Matt Barrows said WR Brandon Lloyd has been the 49ers' "most consistently productive receiver" this offseason.

    Advice: Colin Kaepernick agrees, saying Lloyd has almost always been "open by a step or two." Lloyd does not appear to have much rust after sitting out an entire season, but already 33 and with little to no value on special teams, Lloyd's roster spot is still anything but secure. Continued stellar practice play like this will go a long way to solidifying his spot on the 49ers' roster.
    Yesterday, 5:41 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (2347th)
  • Report: Gordon blaming second-hand smoke
    ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Josh Gordon will argue in his appeal hearing that his positive marijuana test was the result of second-hand smoke.

    Advice: The news comes to light after it was revealed that Gordon's positive test was barely above the NFL's strict threshold. Gordon would have tested negative for marijuana in Major League Baseball, the Olympics and even the federal government. It shines a light on just how odious the NFL's marijuana policy is. Gordon's appeal will be heard on Friday.
    Yesterday, 5:04 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (2348th)
  • Stephen Hill looking 'healthy and confident'
    Jets WRs coach Sanjay Lal calls Stephen Hill "healthy and confident" through the first week of camp.

    Advice: "I think he's believing, and believing in himself - and it's starting to show," Lal said. "It's been the injuries that have hindered (him). ... He's taken the coaching the whole time. Now, he's able to do it physically, so it's just kind of coming together right now." It's notable, because Lal's comments come one month after he said he was "unsure" if Hill would ever break through because of his health. Hill remains a long-shot to make a fantasy impact this season, but the upside is still there. He's someone to monitor.
    Yesterday, 4:57 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0.33 (2282nd)
  • Kaep: Crabtree looks 'step or two quicker'
    Colin Kaepernick believes Michael Crabtree is a "step or two quicker now" than he was last season as he recovered from his torn Achilles' tendon.

    Advice: "He has a burst out of his routes," Kaepernick said. "He has burst when he catches the ball. (He) looks really good out there." We don't normally place much stock in "so-and-so looks much quicker this summer" reports, but it's actually believable in Crabtree's case, as he's now more than a year removed from the injury that cost him 11 games in 2013. Crabtree is primed for a big bounce-back campaign as he plays in a contract year.
    Yesterday, 3:01 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    8.51 (93rd)
  • Benjamin expects to be ready for preseason
    Kelvin Benjamin (knee) fully expects to be ready for the preseason.

    Advice: Benjamin has a bone bruise. "I'm coming back even harder, 10 times harder," he said. "I'm getting a lot of treatment, just get better." Carolina's first preseason game is in 10 days. Even if Benjamin ultimately sits that out, he should be ready to rock by the time the Panthers host the Chiefs on August 17.
    Yesterday, 2:04 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    7.20 (119th)
  • PFT: Gordon barely tested positive for drugs
    A source informed Profootballtalk that suspended WR Josh Gordon's failed drug test barely generated a positive, and it would have been a negative had luck been on Gordon's side.

    Advice: Gordon was summoned for a urine sample. Those samples are split into two bottles, one marked "A" and the other "B." It's completely random which one is marked "A" and which is labeled "B." "A" is tested first, and if it generates a positive test, then "B" is tested. The limit is 15 nanograms-per-milliliter. Gordon's "A" bottle showed a concentration of 16 ng/ml, while his "B" registered a 13.6 ng/ml. The result was a failed test. If urine sample handlers would have by chance marked the "A" bottle "B" and the "B" bottle "A," then Gordon would be free to play. Gordon is appealing the ban, and his hearing will be held on Friday. There seems to be a decent chance he wins.
    Yesterday, 11:21 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (2348th)
  • Robert Woods listed as starter over Williams
    Robert Woods was listed as the first-team receiver opposite Sammy Watkins on the Bills' first training camp depth chart.

    Advice: Mike Williams is directly behind Woods, while Marquise Goodwin is backing up Watkins. Woods hasn't generated much fantasy hype, but qualifies as a sleeper to lead Buffalo in receptions this season. Watkins is talented, but a rookie, and Woods will play the "movement" wideout role in Doug Marrone's offense, running high-percentage routes at Z and slot receiver. He's a sleeper for 70 catches.
    Yesterday, 7:30 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    5.79 (157th)
  • Aaron Dobson had screw inserted in foot
    Aaron Dobson had a screw permanently inserted in his foot during his March 10 surgery.

    Advice: The surgery was actually more significant than initially thought. It explains why Dobson has still yet to begin practicing despite originally receiving a 2-3 month recovery timetable. Dobson didn't even begin running until July. The Patriots are going to be careful with their second-year receiver. The injury red flags are there, and he remains on the active/PUP list. It's now a long-term concern.
    Yesterday, 6:12 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    7.44 (110th)
  • Damaris Johnson unlikely to make Eagles
    Coach Chip Kelly recently stated in a radio interview that the Eagles don't have a single receiver on their roster under 190 pounds.

    Advice: They actually have two -- Damaris Johnson and Jeff Maehl -- but neither is expected to make the Eagles' 53. Hailed as a sleeper in some fantasy circles before last year, 175-pound Johnson managed two catches for 14 yards in 13 games. Kelly has emphasized increasing his team's size at wide receiver.
    Monday, 9:01 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0.08 (2319th)
  • Mohamed Sanu having a 'monster' camp
    According to, Mohamed Sanu is having a "monster" training camp.

    Advice: Sanu is getting plenty of reps with the first-team offense while Marvin Jones is sidelined with a tweaked hamstring. Sanu has been lining up all over the field, playing receiver, quarterback, and running back. There's speculation he could have a role similar to Raiders FB Marcel Reece, who was coached by new Bengals OC Hue Jackson. Sanu will be more valuable in real life than fantasy.
    Monday, 7:14 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    3.47 (235th)
  • Odell Beckham to miss at least another week
    Odell Beckham (hamstring) will miss at least another week after his MRI came back negative for a tear on Monday.

    Advice: While it's good he doesn't have a tear, Beckham's strain has lingered since the spring and become a fairly major concern early in training camp. The Giants hope he'll be back by their second preseason game. OBJ is competing for snaps with Jerrel Jernigan behind Victor Cruz and Rueben Randle. If he can't kick the injury, it's conceivable Beckham would open the season as the Giants' No. 4 receiver. We don't see much reason to take a flier on OBJ in re-draft leagues.
    Monday, 6:33 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    5.74 (161st)
  • Rod Streater suffers concussion on Sunday
    Rod Streater suffered a concussion in Sunday's training camp practice.

    Advice: Streater led Oakland in receiving last season with a 60-888-4 line and figures to man the slot in three-wide sets. Streater has one previous concussion on his NFL record after suffering one last preseason. He's day-to-day.
    Monday, 5:42 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    6.19 (144th)
  • Drops a 'recurring theme' for T.J. Graham
    T.J. Graham dropping passes has been a "recurring theme" during training camp.

    Advice: According to ESPN Bills reporter Mike Rodak, "time may be running out" for Graham. The third-year receiver is competing for No. 5 duties and doesn't contribute on special teams. Graham is a long shot to make the 53-man roster. Another team will likely give him a chance thanks to his blazing 4.34 wheels.
    Monday, 4:34 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0.28 (2289th)
  • Browns sign WR Marlon Moore
    Browns signed WR Marlon Moore.

    Advice: Moore, 27 in September, appeared in 14 games between the Dolphins and 49ers last season, catching seven passes for 62 yards. He was handed a one-game suspension in May and won't be available to play until Week 2. Jobs are up for grabs in Cleveland's jumbled receiver corps.
    Monday, 4:28 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (-th)
  • Josh Gordon hires Richard Sherman's attorney
    Suspended WR Josh Gordon has hired the same attorney, Maurice Suh, that helped Richard Sherman win his suspension appeal in December 2012.

    Advice: Sherman was facing a four-game ban two seasons ago, but won his appeal and was available for Seattle in the playoffs. Gordon has been participating in training camp, and was even running with the starters Monday after previously working with mostly backups. Hopefully for Gordon's sake, the Browns know something we don't. If Gordon simply wins and gets his 16-game ban chopped in half, it'd be a colossal victory. We should have a resolution within a week.
    Monday, 3:19 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (2348th)
  • Odell Beckham undergoing tests on Monday
    Odell Beckham was absent from Giants practice Monday to undergo tests on his injured hamstring.

    Advice: The move comes one day after coach Tom Coughlin expressed frustration with Beckham's slow recovery. Beckham is likely undergoing an MRI, which would give the Giants a much-better idea of when he might return. Beckham is falling behind as the Giants sort out their post-Hakeem Nicks receiver corps.
    Monday, 2:10 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    5.74 (161st)
  • Report: Niners 'not close' with Crab, Iupati
    CSN Bay Area reports the 49ers are not "remotely close" to new contracts with walk-year players Michael Crabtree and Mike Iupati.

    Advice: That's according to "multiple sources." GM Trent Baalke insists the sides are "going to work at it," but added "at some point, you got to stop negotiating deals and let these guys concentrate on playing football." There's a chance the Niners end up letting both players walk.
    Monday, 1:46 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    8.51 (93rd)
  • Kelvin Benjamin day to day with bone bruise
    Panthers first-round WR Kelvin Benjamin has been diagnosed with a bone bruise in his left knee, and is day to day.

    Advice: According to coach Ron Rivera, there's no structural damage, but Benjamin's knee is "inflamed." The Panthers can breathe a sigh of relief, but Benjamin is still going to miss some all-important practice time as he attempts to get up to speed as the Panthers' de facto No. 1 receiver. He'll be a boom-or-bust option as a rookie. The Panthers' offense will be in dire straits if Benjamin doesn't "boom."
    Monday, 12:37 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    7.20 (119th)
  • Rivera 'optimistic' about Benjamin's injury
    Coach Ron Rivera insists the Panthers are just being cautious with Kelvin Benjamin's knee injury.

    Advice: Benjamin underwent a "precautionary" MRI on his left knee Monday. "We want to be smart with it," Rivera said. "It could just be one of those things where if he had iced it right away and not finished (Sunday's) practice, maybe it would have been better. ... I'm optimistic that is what it's going to be." Although MRIs always signal at least some level of concern, it sounds like Benjamin should be back on the practice field before the end of the week.
    Monday, 11:31 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    7.20 (119th)
  • Cards GM: Rookie WR Brown un-coverable
    Cardinals GM Steve Keim has called third-round WR John Brown un-coverable in camp.

    Advice: "I can tell you so far we haven't been able to cover him," were Keim's exact words. Brown has been creating buzz all offseason, drawing comparisons to past under-sized Bruce Arians wideouts like T.Y. Hilton and Antonio Brown. Brown's 5-foot-10, 179-pound frame comes with 4.34 wheels. He'll have a hard time making a re-draft impact behind Michael Floyd, Larry Fitzgerald and perhaps even Ted Ginn, but is obviously a name to pursue in Dynasty formats.
    Monday, 11:02 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    1.45 (2100th)
  • Kevin Norwood has looked 'sensational'
    Fourth-round WR Kevin Norwood has reportedly looked "sensational" early in Seahawks camp.

    Advice: Norwood is buried on the depth chart, currently operating in the No. 5 or 6 spot. But it's unlikely Seattle would get him through waivers and onto the practice squad, so they'll have to end up making room for him on the 53-man roster. If Norwood can show well on special teams, Ricardo Lockette may lose his job.
    Monday, 8:40 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0.30 (2286th)
  • Benjamin getting precautionary MRI on knee
    Kelvin Benjamin is getting a precautionary MRI on his left knee Monday.

    Advice: Benjamin bumped knees with a teammate Sunday and is complaining of soreness. The MRI is not expected to find anything serious, but the Panthers will be holding their breath anyway. Tiquan Underwood and Jason Avant are currently behind starters Benjamin and Jerricho Cotchery on the depth chart.
    Monday, 7:17 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    7.20 (119th)
  • Golden Tate (shoulder) comes off PUP
    Lions removed Golden Tate (shoulder) from active/PUP.

    Advice: Tate's "injury" was never considered serious and he will practice Monday. Calvin Johnson's new bookend will finally get to spread his underrated wings as he's escaped the Seahawks' run-heavy scheme. We're expecting career-best numbers for Tate.
    Monday, 7:11 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    7.19 (120th)
  • Chip Kelly: Maclin looks 'fantastic'
    Coach Chip Kelly said Jeremy Maclin (ACL) looks "fantastic" so far.

    Advice: Maclin is one year removed from his ACL tear and penned in as the No. 1 wideout for Nick Foles. He's cutting, planting and bursting without issue. Maclin will be playing the DeSean Jackson "Z" role, a spot that led to D-Jax posting career outlier numbers in his first year under Chip Kelly.
    Monday, 7:06 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    7.42 (111th)
  • No contract imminent for Torrey Smith
    Contract talks are not heating up between Torrey Smith and the Ravens.

    Advice: Smith's value may be difficult to figure out as he's been more of a play-making deep-threat than true No. 1 receiver, and has yet to go to a Pro Bowl. But he's clearly ascending at 25 years old, hasn't missed a game in three seasons and is set to be new OC Gary Kubiak's Andre Johnson this season. We're expecting Smith to set career-highs in both catches and yards, so agent Drew Rosenhaus could make a savvy gamble by putting off negotiations as long as possible.
    Monday, 6:25 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    9.24 (75th)
  • Charles Johnson a 'revelation' at CLE camp
    Charles Johnson has reportedly been a "revelation" in the first days of Browns camp.

    Advice: Johnson is on our radar because he's 6'2/215 with 4.38 jets and the Browns are desperate at the wideout spot. ESPN Cleveland says he's "surprisingly up to speed on the Kyle Shanahan offense" and "could be the receiver that comes out of nowhere to lessen the impact of - if not offset" the Josh Gordon suspension.
    Monday, 6:07 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0.18 (2310th)
  • Allen Robinson, Lee running as starters
    Allen Robinson and Marqise Lee are now running as the starters in two-wide sets at Jaguars camp.

    Advice: Cecil Shorts' latest soft-tissue injury has him out at least two weeks, Ace Sanders is facing a four-game ban and Justin Blackmon won't play in the NFL this season. So the Jags' two rookies are being handed first-team work right out of the gate. We're still not high on either as more than WR4/5s as they find their way in a run-first, ball-control scheme quarterbacked by Chad Henne.
    Monday, 5:12 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    5.16 (174th)
  • Romo: Dez would be my groomsman
    Tony Romo said that if he were getting married this year, Dez Bryant would be a groomsman.

    Advice: Romo and Bryant are in their fifth year together. "He's like a little brother to me," the quarterback said. Over the last two seasons, Bryant has 185 catches, 2,615 yards and 25 touchdowns -- and now he has Scott Linehan on his side. Linehan has proven to be an expert at getting alpha receivers open, as evidenced by Randy Moss in Minnesota, Torry Holt in St. Louis and most recently Calvin Johnson. Linehan even coaxed a top-ten fantasy season out of Chris Chambers in Miami.
    Monday, 5:04 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    12.82 (35th)
  • Kenny Britt, Quick getting first-team WR work
    Kenny Britt and Brian Quick are getting the majority of first-team wideout reps during Sunday's practice.

    Advice: Chris Givens is spending most of his time with the second unit. It's an interesting development, as we know Britt has the physical tools to be an on-field dominator when his head is on straight. It appears Jeff Fisher is going to give his old friend every opportunity to resurrect his career in this barren receiving corps. Britt's ADP is around the 15th round right now.
    Sunday, 5:51 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    6.76 (128th)
  • Browns' Pettine talks up WR Charles Johnson
    Browns coach Mike Pettine revealed that he went on YouTube to watch highlights of second-year WR Charles Johnson.

    Advice: Johnson is a fantasy sleeper because he has the best combination of size and athleticism on Cleveland's post-Gordon wideout depth chart. "I went on YouTube and watched his Grand Valley (State) highlights. They were impressive," said Pettine. "... It's worth taking a peek at. He's explosive. He's a guy that is deceptively fast. He doesn't look like he's covering a lot of ground but he is. I think his catch radius is bigger than most. He's got long arms and he's got (big) hands. He's a guy that we hope can emerge from this as a guy that can help us."
    Sunday, 1:09 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0.18 (2310th)
  • Giants disappointed in injured rookie Beckham
    Giants coach Tom Coughlin referred to first-round pick Odell Beckham's (hamstring) continued training camp absences as "more than a little disappointing."

    Advice: Hamstring injuries have a frustrating tendency to linger, and Beckham has been battling his since OTAs. He's been shut down at training camp, only fielding punts. Beckham's absence has given Jerrel Jernigan more opportunity.
    Sunday, 12:35 pm
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    5.74 (161st)
  • Odell Beckham seen as complementary WR
    The New York Daily News sees rookie Odell Beckham as "more complement than competition" for a starting job in two-wide sets.

    Advice: The Giants will play a lot of three wides, but Beckham won't be on the field in two-receiver packages, and a hamstring injury has bothered him since the spring, keeping the rookie behind. A rookie-year stat line similar to DeAndre Hopkins' in Houston last year (52-802-2) would be a success for "OBJ."
    Sunday, 9:16 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    5.74 (161st)
  • Mike Wallace moving around formation in camp
    Mike Wallace has been moving around the formation and lining up on both sides during training camp.

    Advice: "I think I'll get to run everything," Wallace said. "I'll be able to be a complete receiver instead of a one-dimensional guy." After running mostly go routes down the right sideline under old OC Mike Sherman, Wallace is "running a variety of patterns" under new play caller Bill Lazor. Wallace is currently being drafted as a WR3, but we like his odds for having a bounce-back breakout year.
    Sunday, 8:20 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    8.33 (95th)
  • Charles Johnson participating in camp
    Browns WR Charles Johnson (knee) is participating in training camp.

    Advice: Johnson missed all pre-camp activities, but has been medically cleared. With top-notch measurables, Johnson is an attractive sleeper in Dynasty leagues.
    Saturday, 9:08 am
    Week 1 Projected Points & Rank
    0.18 (2310th)