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Recent Player Notes

  • Thu, Jul 24Recent News
    • Speaking Thursday, Vikings coach Mike Zimmer confirmed Matt Cassel is the team's No. 1 quarterback heading into camp.
      Advice: That's been the expectation all along. No. 32 pick Teddy Bridgewater should give Cassel a run for his money, but the Vikes appear content to go into Week 1 with the veteran under center. However, we fully expect Bridgewater to make starts this season, likely early.
      More: Matt Vensel on Twitter
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Mon, Jul 21
    • USA Today's Tom Pelissero considers Matt Cassel the "heavy favorite" to start at quarterback for the Vikings.
      Advice: Pelissero is a former longtime Vikings beat reporter, so his opinion is notable. Teddy Bridgewater was mixed in with the first-team offense this spring, but is pretty clearly behind Cassel. Tape gurus Greg Cosell and Ron Jaworski have both stated Cassel is a better fit for Norv Turner's offense than Bridgewater. Turner pushes the ball vertically, which is Bridgewater's weakness.
      More: USA Today
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Thu, Jul 24Recent News
    • The Giants' offense "wants to go fast" this season.
      Advice: Receiver Jerrel Jernigan says the G-Men are "pushing for 70 or more plays per game." That's a number only two teams, the Broncos and Patriots, reached last season. The Giants averaged just 61.75, good for sixth-to-last in the league. "I'm still waiting for them to call up a huddle in practice," DE Mathias Kiwanuka said Thursday. "The intention of this offense is to cause chaos." The more plays, the better for Eli Manning and his intriguing receiver corps in fantasy.
      More: ESPN New York
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Tue, Jul 22
    • Eli Manning had the highest average pass distance among NFL quarterbacks in 2013, at 9.49 yards from the line of scrimmage.
      Advice: Combine ex-OC Kevin Gilbride's vertical scheme with the Giants' injury-ravaged, swinging-gate offensive line, and the result was Eli's career-worst season, with career highs in picks (27) and sacks taken (39). New OC Ben McAdoo is installing a shortened, quicker-hitting attack in an effort to rejuvenate Eli. The Giants likely hope Manning can have a Riversian bounce-back year.
      More: ESPN Stats & Info
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Sun, Jul 20
    • Co-owner John Mara told the New York Post the Giants have had no contract extension talks with Eli Manning.
      Advice: Manning, 33, is currently signed through 2015 at base salaries of $15.15 million this year, and $17 million next year. ESPN's Dan Graziano reported in April that the Giants are concerned Eli has entered his decline phase after leading the NFL in interceptions (27) last season. "We haven't even really discussed that yet," Mara said of a new deal. "We'll discuss that at the appropriate time. Obviously it's our hope that he finish his career as a Giant."
      More: New York Post
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Thu, Jul 24Recent News
    • The Jaguars are hoping to fix No. 3 overall pick Blake Bortles' lower-body mechanics during his redshirt rookie year.
      Advice: Per NFL Network's Albert Breer, the Jags believe Bortles was too much of an "arm thrower" at UCF, which aligns with the draftnik community's belief that his arm strength was not particularly impressive. He'll generate better torque if Jaguars coaches can get Bortles to improve his lower-body technique. Stopgap Chad Henne will open the season on a comfortably long leash.
      More: Albert Breer on Twitter
      (Rotoworld.com)

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Injury Reports

Player Injury Status Depth Chart
Joel Dreessen (Den - TE) O Den
Daniel Herron (Ind - RB) O Ind
Chase Reynolds (StL - RB) O StL
Knowshon Moreno (Mia - RB) O Mia
Aaron Dobson (NE - WR) O NE