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  • 38-year-old Ben Watson considering NFL return
    ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Ben Watson is considering a return to the NFL.

    Advice: The 38-year-old vet intended to retire last season following a successful 15-year career across four different teams. With the Saints inking Jared Cook to a two-year, $15.5 million contract (including $8 million guaranteed) in free agency, it's unlikely Watson returns to his former team. The Patriots are a potential landing spot despite bringing on veterans Matt LaCosse and Austin Seferian-Jenkins. Saturday, 2:33 pm
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  • Cameron Brate cleared to run routes
    Cameron Brate (hip) has been cleared for football activities.

    Advice: Brate had arthroscopic surgery in January. He was cleared to run routes at voluntary OTAs. Barring any setbacks, Brate should be full-go for June's minicamp. Friday, 4:29 pm
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  • Dolphins TE Gesicki bulks up 13 pounds
    Dolphins TE Mike Gesicki said he has bulked up 13 pounds from his rookie playing weight of 240.

    Advice: It is not a surprise after Gesicki often found himself physically dominated in 2018. Gesicki played a respectable 400 snaps but commanded only 32 targets. Tight end, of course, is an infamously difficult position for rookies to learn. Gesicki will be a candidate to take a step forward in 2019 for the Dolphins' undermanned skill corps. Thursday, 10:52 am
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  • Kittle played through serious chest injury
    The Athletic's Matt Barrows reports George Kittle played half of the 2018 season with "fractured cartilage" in his ribs.

    Advice: Kittle didn't miss any time, but it's notable for injury-tracking purposes. He also dealt with a knee issue early in the year. Kittle is fully healthy for the start of OTAs. He's one of the top tight ends going into 2019. Wednesday, 2:11 pm
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  • RFA Xavier Grimble officially signs tender
    Steelers re-signed TE Xavier Grimble to a one-year, $2.025 million contract.

    Advice: Grimble was a restricted free agent tendered at the original-round level. With Jesse James departed for Detroit, Grimble is currently the No. 2 on the depth chart behind Vance McDonald. That could change between now and September, but for now at least, Grimble is in the driver's seat. A blocker, Grimble has caught 22 balls since entering the league in 2014. He has zero Dynasty upside. Tuesday, 2:13 pm
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