Player Notes

  • Antonio Gates maintains accidental PED use
    Suspended Chargers TE Antonio Gates maintains he doesn't know how a banned substance got into his system.

    Advice: "I was in shock," Gates said, adding he believed he'd win his appeal. As it is, Gates said the failed test was a "blip on the radar." Contract-year TE Ladarius Green gets a four-game audition to replace Gates during his ban. Now 35, Gates is also in a contract year. Today, 11:51 am
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  • Andrew Quarless yet to report to camp
    Updating an earlier item, Packers TE Andrew Quarless has yet to report to training camp.

    Advice: "Andrew Quarless is dealing with an extremely difficult family situation right now," coach Mike McCarthy said Thursday. "He will be gone as long as he has to be." McCarthy's words suggest Quarless' issue isn't related to his July 4 gun arrest. It's unclear when the Packers' in-line tight end will report. Today, 11:43 am
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  • Bengals TE Eifert declares self 100% healthy
    Tyler Eifert declared himself 100 percent on the first day of Bengals camp.

    Advice: He indeed avoided active/PUP and should be all systems go after suffering a year-ending elbow injury in Week 1 last season, and undergoing a shoulder surgery while he was on the shelf. The 21st overall pick in the 2013 draft, Eifert conceded he hasn't felt 100 percent since 2014 OTAs. Eifert offers some breakout potential and is priced reasonably in most forms of fantasy. Today, 10:34 am
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  • Jordan Reed's procedure was stem cell
    Jordan Reed said the procedure he underwent on his knee in May was a stem cell shot.

    Advice: It was assumed that Reed did a scope on his knee after experiencing soreness during OTAs. The fact that he went the stem cell route is encouraging and lends some hope that he can sustain health. When Reed is on the field and feeling good, he's a matchup nightmare for defenses. It's worth tracking his battle with Niles Paul at camp. Today, 9:18 am
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  • Less tight end receptions under OC Haley
    The passing-game role of the Steelers' tight ends has dwindled under OC Todd Haley.

    Advice: It doesn't help that the Steelers simply lack a dynamic receiver at the position. Heath Miller finished 2014 as a top-12 fantasy scorer, but only had three TDs and rarely helped owners win fantasy weeks. Each of Pittsburgh's top two tight ends -- Miller and Matt Spaeth -- finished 2014 as top-seven run blockers at Pro Football Focus. Expect another humdrum season from Miller. Today, 8:17 am
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