Player Notes

  • Gase again praises Foster's receiving ability
    Dolphins coach Adam Gase once again praised Arian Foster's receiving ability.

    Advice: It's worth noting that Gase was prompted, and in general is still talking like Foster will be competing on all downs, not just third. "He’s the type of guy that he can run his route tree similar to what a wide receiver’s is," Gase said. "When we worked him out, I put him in a couple of spots just to see how that looked and he runs about as smooth as any running back that I’ve ever seen." Again, Foster is still very much in the mix on early downs, but at the very least, it's clear the Dolphins are envisioning him catching passes. Jay Ajayi needs to have the camp of his life. Today, 10:41 am
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  • Report: C.J. Spiller's roster spot not safe
    The New Orleans Times-Picayune is "not so sure" C.J. Spiller's roster spot is safe.

    Advice: The paper reports it is possible the Saints try to trade Spiller during camp or cut him outright. Clearly behind Tim Hightower and with Travaris Cadet angling for work in the passing game, Spiller needs a strong and healthy camp to keep his job. Spiller has 776 total yards in the last two seasons. Today, 9:45 am
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  • Beat reporter still expects Crowell to start
    The Akron Beacon-Journal's Nate Ulrich still projects Isaiah Crowell as the Browns' starting running back.

    Advice: Crowell threw himself into hot water by posting a disturbing photo on his Instagram account earlier this month, but he has seemed genuinely apologetic since the incident and has spent time trying to repair his relationship with law enforcement. Considering he is still on the roster, it looks as if the Browns plan to give him a chance to redeem himself. Even so, it is not a given he holds off Duke Johnson in camp, and the sophomore will have a role no matter what. Crowell is still a good value at RB42, but he carries a lot more risk than he did a month ago. Today, 9:41 am
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  • Charles' workload won't be limited if healthy
    ESPN Chiefs reporter Adam Teicher reports Jamaal Charles' workload will not be limited "if he's healthy and he's the same player he was before the knee injury."

    Advice: This is music to the ears of Charles truthers, but Teicher did add a big caveat. Charles will be 30 in December and is coming off his second knee surgery in the last four years. He also has company in the backfield after Spencer Ware and Charcandrick West combined for 1,256 total yards and 11 scores last season. Charles will still clearly be the lead back if healthy, but he should lose touches to Ware and perhaps even West regardless of health. Today, 6:20 am
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  • Family worried over Tre Mason's mental health
    TMZ Sports reports Tre Mason's family is concerned about his mental health and personal safety.

    Advice: Mason has been involved with the police on five separate occasions over the past four months. The most recent incident occurred on Saturday when multiple units were called to Mason's home in the middle of the afternoon. Mason was not arrested, but it has become clear he is struggling. Hopefully he can get the help he needs. Rams coach Jeff Fisher has already conceded there is a good chance Mason is "not going to be" with the team in the near future. Today, 5:56 am
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