Player Notes

  • Report: Juwan Johnson suffered lower leg injury
    NOF’s Nick Underhill reports Saints TE Juwan Johnson suffered a lower leg injury and is expected to miss a “good amount of time.”

    Advice: The report of Johnson’s lower leg injury comes after the Saints concluded minicamp and he is expected to miss extended time, likely into training camp. The Saints tried out UFL TE Sal Cannella today and also have Foster Moreau, Taysom Hill, and UDFA Dallin Holker on the roster. Later updates will give an idea of just how long Johnson will be out. He totaled 37 receptions for 368 yards and four touchdowns last season, finishing as a fantasy TE2. If he is healthy for the beginning of the season, Johnson will be at TE2 value once again. Rotoworld Yesterday, 7:05 pm
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  • JSN exits Seahawks minicamp with shoulder issue
    Seattle Times’ Bob Condotta reports Seahawks WR Jaxon Smith-Njigba left Wednesday’s practice early with a shoulder issue.

    Advice: Though Smith-Njigba left practice, head coach Mike Macdonald indicated it is not a serious issue. Fellow receiver Laviska Shenault also left early after injuring his toe while offensive tackle George Fant did not practice due to load management. The Seahawks have a few minor injuries through minicamp, but nothing has yet to indicate a serious issue amidst the reports. Macdonald ended minicamp early for the team, so the next updates for Smith-Njigba and the others will come later. Rotoworld Yesterday, 5:11 pm
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  • Commanders trying two-back looks in minicamp
    Washington Post’s Sam Fortier reports Commanders OC Kliff Kingsbury is using two-back sets in minicamp.

    Advice: Kingsbury seems to be experimenting with using Brian Robinson and Austin Ekeler in two-back sets out of the backfield. Both backs have different builds and skillsets and can be used in complementary ways. Robinson profiles more as the downhill runner while Ekeler is the pass-catcher. As it stands, Robinson is likely to be the lead back over Ekeler. If Kingsbury breaks out the two-back sets during the season, both backs will be on the field and have utility as pass-catchers for rookie Jayden Daniels. Rotoworld Yesterday, 5:03 pm
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  • Joining Jacksonville
    The Jaguars signed Trammell on Wednesday.

    Advice: The fourth-year wide receiver out of Rice spent the last three seasons with the Rams and Falcons, but he has now found a new home in Jacksonville. Trammell saw the most action of his career in 2023 when he served as the Rams' top return man, tallying 183 punt return yards and 101 kick return yards while also putting the ball on the ground three times. He's expected to compete for a similar role with the Jaguars as the offseason progresses. Yesterday, 3:03 pm
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  • Past Achilles injury
    Rogers (Achilles) was spotted participating during the Commanders' OTAs, Bryan Manning of USA Today reports.

    Advice: Rogers missed all of Washington's 2023 campaign due to a torn Achilles tendon, but it now seems as if he's moved past the issue. The 26-year-old appeared in 11 games in 2022, catching five of his six targets for 64 yards while playing 375 total snaps (158 on offense). Now that Rogers is back at full health, he's expected to compete for a depth role in the Commanders' tight end room. Yesterday, 2:08 pm
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NFL Roster Changes

Injury Reports

PlayerInjuryStatusView Team Depth Chart
Jimmy Garoppolo LAR - QBSuspensionSUSPLAR
Aaron Rodgers NYJ - QBAchillesQNYJ
Dorian Thompson-Robinson Cle - QBHipQCle
Nick Chubb Cle - RBKnee - ACL + MCLQCle
Kendrick Bourne NE - WRKnee - ACLQNE
Tim Patrick Den - WRAchillesQDen
Tucker Kraft GB - TEPectoralQGB
Noah Brown Hou - WRShoulderQHou
Cameron Latu SF - TEKnee - MeniscusQSF
George Kittle SF - TEGroinQSF