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Recent Player Notes

  • Wed, Jul 30Recent News
    • After visiting Bucs camp Wednesday, NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah came away believing team brass is "pumped" about second-round TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins, who is "picking things up quickly."
      Advice: Coach Lovie Smith stated at the start of camp that ASJ was "behind a lot" after missing spring work due to the University of Washington's late graduation. Things have apparently changed in a hurry for Seferian-Jenkins, who "made a lot of plays" during Wednesday's workouts. At 6'6/252 with a 37 1/2-inch vertical, ASJ is a rookie to monitor in touchdown-heavy fantasy leagues.
      More: Daniel Jeremiah on Twitter
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Mon, Jul 28
    • Coach Lovie Smith said second-round TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins is "behind a lot."
      Advice: Seferian-Jenkins's surgically-repaired foot is fine, but he's trying to learn the playbook and get into football shape at the same time. His curve has been slowed by the University of Washington's late graduation. Look for ASJ to be a role player in Week 1 before gradually passing Brandon Myers and Tim Wright.
      More: Tampa Tribune
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Wed, Jul 30Recent News
    • Second-round pick Marqise Lee is lining up "all over the field" at Jaguars camp, and OC Jedd Fisch is "finding ways to feed him the ball."
      Advice: "Marqise has that speed factor," coach Gus Bradley observed. "He has a chance to break one and is extremely quick. He's freakish in his skill set in some of the things he does." With Allen Robinson at X receiver and Cecil Shorts (hamstring) on the shelf, Lee is working as the Jags' movement Z wideout and getting reps in the slot. He's got a legitimate shot to lead the team in 2014 targets.
      More: Florida Times Union
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Wed, Jul 30Recent News
    • NFL Network's Albert Breer's "sense is" Teddy Bridgewater has "closed the gap" on Matt Cassel.
      Advice: This is certainly the way the wind is blowing. One report even indicated Bridgewater handled more first-team throws than Cassel at Wednesday's practice, by a 13 to 11 count. Christian Ponder opened camp sprinkled in with the ones, but his reps have gone to Teddy. Of all this year's rookie quarterbacks, Bridgewater has emerged as the likeliest to start his team's season opener.
      More: Albert Breer on Twitter
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Mon, Jul 28
    • Teddy Bridgewater and Matt Cassel will begin evenly splitting first-team reps on Wednesday.
      Advice: FOX's Jay Glazer reported Sunday that was already the case. The Vikings had been including Christian Ponder in their quarterback rotation, but are ready to drop his token participation. Bridgewater has generated a ton of early camp buzz, but needs to translate it to strong preseason performances to beat out Cassel for Week 1 duties. Either way, Bridgewater will make starts this season.
      More: NFL.com
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Sun, Jul 27
    • FOX Sports' Jay Glazer reports rookie Teddy Bridgewater has already begun splitting first-team reps with Matt Cassel at Vikings camp.
      Advice: Glazer reports there is "hugeeee optimism" about Bridgewater among team brass, and he's "definitely been more impressive than they expected." Cassel remains the slight favorite to start on Opening Day, but Bridgewater has quickly made it an interesting camp battle. Bridgewater's passing strengths are at the short and intermediate levels. He could be a great fit with Kyle Rudolph.
      More: Jay Glazer on Twitter
      (Rotoworld.com)

NFL Roster Changes

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Injury Reports

Player Injury Status Depth Chart
Leonard Hankerson (Was - WR) O Was
Stedman Bailey (StL - WR) O StL
Marvin Jones (Cin - WR) O Cin
Vick Ballard (Ind - RB) O Ind
John Phillips (SD - TE) O SD