Player Notes

  • UDFA Stephen Anderson keeps earning praise
    Texans TE coach John Perry said UDFA rookie Stephen Anderson has "taken advantage" of his opportunities.

    Advice: "He's come out and really put in a great effort every day," Perry said. "He's picked up things very quickly and, on top of that, he's got great athleticism. He's got good hands." Anderson also earned praise earlier this offseason from coach Bill O'Brien, although the coach cautioned the "true test will come in training camp." It is early, but it looks like Anderson has a great shot to crack the final roster. Rotoworld.com Today, 9:27 am
    Week 1 Projected Rank
    1896th
  • Keith Marshall left off roster projection
    The Washington Post's Mike Jones left seventh-round RB Keith Marshall off his 53-man roster projection.

    Advice: Jones has Matt Jones, Chris Thompson, and Mack Brown making the final roster, but he acknowledged it is possible the Redskins keep four running backs. A 219-pound back with 4.31 wheels, Marshall's college career was sidetracked by an ACL injury as a sophomore, and he dealt with hamstring issues during the offseason program. Marshall has a ton of athletic upside, but he needs to stay healthy through training camp. Rotoworld.com Today, 9:02 am
    Week 1 Projected Rank
    2260th
  • Ravens TE Darren Waller up 15 pounds to 260
    Ravens TE Darren Waller added 15 pounds this offseason.

    Advice: Making the switch to tight end, the former 245-pound receiver knew he needed to add some bulk. "I’ve put on weight and feel like I can hang in there," Waller said. "I’m going to have to pack my lunch for sure. I’m excited about it." With Dennis Pitta (hip) reportedly healthy, Waller will struggle to make the roster in an incredibly deep tight end corps. Rotoworld.com Today, 8:04 am
    Week 1 Projected Rank
    2492nd
  • Washington struggled to connect with Brady
    Patriots.com's Paul Perillo said Nate Washington struggled to get "on the same page" with Tom Brady during the offseason program.

    Advice: Many veteran receivers have faced similar problems when joining the Patriots, but it is still surprising considering Washington played in a similar offense with the Texans. In a wide-open competition for the No. 5 job, Washington will have to show better in training camp to earn a roster spot. He likely needs to beat out both Keshawn Martin and Aaron Dobson to keep his job. Rotoworld.com Today, 7:57 am
    Week 1 Projected Rank
    185th
  • Aaron Dobson left off 53-man projection
    CSN New England's Phil Perry left Aaron Dobson off his 53-man roster projection.

    Advice: Perry is unswayed by Dobson's strong spring, saying he will have to "continue to impress through training camp" to earn a roster spot. ESPN's Mike Reiss said earlier this month Dobson would be the starting "X" receiver if the season started then, which shows how jumbled New England's receiver situation is right now. Dobson may need to beat out both Keshawn Martin and Nate Washington to keep his job. Rotoworld.com Today, 6:05 am
    Week 1 Projected Rank
    2394th

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