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  • Redskins sign TE Mike Caussin
    Redskins signed TE Mike Caussin.

    Advice: Caussin, 27, was cut by the Bills five days ago. He tore his ACL in Week 16 of the 2011 season and missed all of 2012 before spending the entire 2013 season on I.R. with a hip injury. Caussin has five catches in six career games.
    Yesterday, 3:13 pm
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  • Chiefs TE Kelce full go for training camp
    Chiefs TE Travis Kelce (knee) is full go for the beginning of training camp.

    Advice: Coming off a lost rookie season, Kelce is nine months removed from microfracture surgery. With the Chiefs' receiver corps perhaps the thinnest in the league, Kelce will get every opportunity to make an early impact on offense, provided he's healthy. He's worth monitoring as a TE2 in fantasy leagues.
    Yesterday, 2:29 pm
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  • Jordan Cameron the No. 1 read in CLE
    ESPN Cleveland says the Browns' "sorry situation at wideout" makes Jordan Cameron "a No. 1 read" in the passing game.

    Advice: With Josh Gordon facing a 16-game ban, it's a no-brainer conclusion. Cameron trailed only Gordon in targets, receptions, touchdowns and 20-plus yard catches last season, establishing himself as weekly mismatch at 6'5/245. Even in what's expected to be a run-heavy attack, Cameron brings plenty of upside as the focal point of a passing game that "features" Andrew Hawkins and Miles Austin as its top wide receivers.
    Yesterday, 6:45 am
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  • Ed Dickson was 'impressive' at OTAs
    Ed Dickson had an "impressive showing" during OTAs.

    Advice: When the Panthers open camp on Friday, they'll have six tight ends on the roster. Dickson enters as the favorite to bookend Greg Olsen in two-tight end formations, but he'll mainly be a blocker. The ex-Raven flopped badly last season despite a golden opportunity following Dennis Pitta's injury, dropping four passes in the first three games and struggling all year in the run game.
    Yesterday, 5:17 am
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  • Julius Thomas wants to stay in Denver
    Julius Thomas told Larry Brown Sports he "absolutely" wants to stay in Denver long term.

    Advice: Thomas is entering a contract year, and GM John Elway has made it clear he doesn't value J.T. at Jimmy Graham's level. Thomas doesn't seem to mind. "Absolutely," said the ascending 26-year-old. "I love Denver. It's a great city. I really love that franchise, fan base, I would look forward to being there for a long time." Thomas could be a candidate for the franchise tag in 2015.
    Sunday, 5:11 pm
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  • Gronk: 'I plan on playing the whole season'
    Rob Gronkowski (ACL/MCL) said Friday night that he anticipates playing a full season in 2014.

    Advice: "I'm planning on playing the whole season this year," said Gronk at his women's football clinic. Gronkowski played all 16 games his first two NFL seasons, but has missed 14 over the past two years. Gronk is expected to open camp on the active/PUP list as he's eased into football activities. If Gronk indeed makes it 16 games, he'll push Jimmy Graham to be fantasy's No. 1 tight end.
    Sunday, 10:10 am
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  • Patriots sign TE Nate Byham
    Patriots signed TE Nate Byham.

    Advice: Byham, 26, spent the previous two seasons playing for the Bucs and coach Greg Schiano. He caught six passes for 56 yards and one touchdown in 15 games played for Tampa Bay. Primarily a blocker, Byham will compete for a spot.
    Sunday, 7:06 am
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  • Seferian-Jenkins on track for start of camp
    Pewter Report's Scott Reynolds "would be very surprised" if TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins (foot) isn't ready for the first week of training camp.

    Advice: Seferian-Jenkins missed OTAs and minicamp due to Washington's late graduation. The time off should have allowed him to fully recover from the foot injury that forced him out of the Combine. ASJ doesn't project for many targets in the Bucs' run-based offense, but could be an immediate red-zone contributor. He'll enter camp behind Brandon Myers and Tim Wright. Seferian-Jenkins will push for early-season snaps even if he isn't the Week 1 starter.
    Saturday, 3:43 pm
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  • Titans encouraged by TE Thompson's progress
    Titans coaches have raved about third-year TE Taylor Thompson's progress.

    Advice: Thompson played 272 snaps last year, but was a non-factor on offense. He's competing for the No. 3 tight end job behind Delanie Walker and Craig Stevens. The Nashville Tennessean expects Thompson to push for an expanded role in the receiving game. Thompson has just nine catches through two seasons and may never develop into more than a red-zone target.
    Saturday, 3:08 pm
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  • Delanie Walker primed for big season
    The Nashville Tennessean believes "all signs point to a big year" from TE Delanie Walker.

    Advice: Walker has been working on his blocking this offseason in an attempt to stay on the field on running downs. He's coming off a career year and has potential to see his targets increase in Ken Whisenhunt's tight-end friendly offense. Walker posted a breakout 60/571/6 line in 2013. The Tennessean's Jim Wyatt projects Walker to "be in the 60-catch neighborhood" again this season.
    Saturday, 2:46 pm
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  • 'All the signs point' to breakout for Rudolph
    The Minneapolis Star-Tribune said "all the signs point" to Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph breaking out this season.

    Advice: Rudolph has been diligent in his recovery from the broken foot that sidelined him for the final eight games last season, reportedly dropping 15 pounds and working on his technique in order to be quicker out of his breaks. He should also get a big bump from the arrival of OC Norv Turner, who helped Jordan Cameron break out last season. Rudolph is a bargain at his current ninth-round ADP.
    Saturday, 7:06 am
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  • Gronkowski unsure if he'll open camp on PUP
    Rob Gronkowski (knee) said he doesn't know if he'll open training camp on the active/PUP list.

    Advice: Gronkowski was able to get in limited work during OTAs, but his availability for the start of camp remains in doubt. He's still a strong candidate to begin on the active/PUP list. Gronk has been rehabbing at the Patriots' facility for the last month. All signs continue to point toward him being ready for Week 1.
    Friday, 5:58 pm
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  • Jermichael Finley visiting Packers team doc
    Free agent Jermichael Finley is visiting the Packers' team doctor on Wednesday afternoon to "view MRIs and talk."

    Advice: According to ESPN Wisconsin's Jason Wilde, there remains "nothing imminent" between Finley and his former team, however. It will be a major blow to Finley's chances of suiting up in 2014 if he doesn't get some good news on Wednesday.
    Thursday, 11:25 am
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  • Keller could still be in play for Patriots
    ESPN Boston warns not to cross free agent Dustin Keller off the Patriots' list.

    Advice: Keller remains unsigned, likely because his health is still a question mark following last August's gruesome knee injury. But the Patriots are desperately thin at tight end, and Keller could fill some of the "move" routes Aaron Hernandez used to run. Jermichael Finley (neck) is another option.
    Thursday, 9:24 am
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  • Dallas Walker signs with Cowboys
    Cowboys signed TE Dallas Walker.

    Advice: Walker has yet to appear in an NFL game since going undrafted out of Western Michigan in 2012. Team brass is reportedly comparing Walker's skill set to that of former Cowboys blocking TE Dan Campbell.
    Thursday, 8:53 am
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