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Julio Jones

ATL -WR

7 hours ago

Jones "spectacular" early in camp

Falcons WR Julio Jones looked "spectacular" in Sunday's practice, according to insider Vaughn McClure.  Jones is only practicing every other day as he returns from last year's foot surgery, but it doesn't sound like he's showing any ill effects.  "His explosion was evident with every step, and he blew past [CB] Desmond Trufant on a play during one-on-one drills."  We're not concerned about Jones' ability to dominate when on the field.  But he remains a significant risk in the late 1st or early 2nd round of fantasy drafts.

Trent Richardson

IND -RB

7 hours ago

Richardson dealing with hamstring injury

Colts RB Trent Richardson has been sidelined by a hamstring injury.  He's at least catching passes off to the side, so it doesn't sound serious.  But Richardson needs all the practice reps he can get after last year's disaster.  This is also a reminder of his sketchy injury history.  T-Rich has a huge opportunity to run with the feature role in a high-octane offense.  But he looks best as a RB3 on fantasy squads.

Julius Thomas

DEN -TE

7 hours ago

Thomas spent time with Gonzo this offseason

Broncos TE Julius Thomas revealed that he spent time with future Hall-of-Famer Tony Gonzalez this offseason.  "I picked his brain on, what are sort of the things you're looking for?" Thomas explained. "Not just technique, but what's going through your mind during plays? What do you focus on? How do you prepare for the day? His routine. Stuff you can only get from playing 17 years in the league. This is a guy who they've probably already started making his bronze statue."  Thomas admitted earlier this offseason that he's still working to get comfortable in the offense.  His pow-wow with Gonzo this offseason is another reminder that he's capable of building on last year's breakout campaign.

Lamar Miller

MIA -RB

7 hours ago

Miller to play McCoy role?

Dolphins insider Adam Beasley reports that the team is hoping that RB Lamar Miller can play the LeSean McCoy role in OC Bill Lazor's offense.  Lazor, of course, was in Philly last year when McCoy led the league in rushing.  Miller won't see the 314 carries or 52 catches McCoy saw last year, but it sounds like he's the favorite for the lead job in Miami.  Miller talked with McCoy about the offense this offseason and packed on 6-8 pounds of muscle.  “He looks good, he looks stronger than he’s ever been,” HC Joe Philbin said. “I don’t think he’s sacrificed any speed whatsoever.”  Miller has been impressing early in camp, while RB Knowshon Moreno continues to sit out after knee surgery.  Miller is a prime post-hype value pick in fantasy drafts.  He's currently going in the 9th round of average fantasy drafts.

LaMichael James

SF -RB

7 hours ago

James has dislocated elbow

49ers RB LaMichael James suffered a dislocated elbow in Sunday's practice, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. He's expected to be out about a month, which means he should be back for the season opener. James had been elevated to #3 in the backfield pecking order after RB Kendall Hunter's injury but still wasn't likely to be a fantasy factor. This injury obviously doesn't help his odds. A once-deep backfield in San Francisco is now down to Frank Gore, Carlos Hyde and Jewel Hampton as its top 3 healthy RBs. Marcus Lattimore remains sidelined with knee and hamstring trouble.

Keenan Robinson

WAS -LB

11 hours ago

Robinson to call defensive plays

Washington LB Keenan Robinson is not only set to take over London Fletcher's starting MLB slot. The team expects him to all the plays in the defensive huddle as well, according to the Washington Post. That positions Robinson as a 3-down player despite missing his 1st 2 seasons with pectoral tears. Robinson said that he used the 2 years to learn "a lot of things -- veteran moves that were very helpful" from Fletcher. The situation sets Robinson up for some intriguing sleeper potential in the 2014 IDP rankings. We'll be watching the 3rd-year man this preseason.

Jace Amaro

NYJ -TE

12 hours ago

Amaro hurts knee

ESPN New York reports that Jets rookie TE Jace Amaro hurt his right knee during 7-on-7 drills Sunday.  Amaro reportedly had his knee wrapped in ice and "struggled" to put weight on it.  We'll keep an eye out for the specific severity of the injury.  Amaro certainly faces intriguing opportunity in a rebuilding pass offense.

Rolando McClain

DAL -LB

12 hours ago

McClain jumps in with Cowboys

Cowboys LB Rolando McClain worked as the 2nd-team MLB Saturday after missing the 1st 2 days of camp to attend his trial.  “I was glad to see him,” owner/GM Jerry Jones told ESPN Dallas. “I was impressed that they put him right in. I really thought they might ease him in, might need to since he hadn’t had OTAs, hadn’t had the kind of drills. The deal with him, and because of the issue retiring, what you want to see is what you were seeing when he wasn’t in the drill. He was back over there, his body language was great.”  McClain missed all of last season with off-field issues and retired as a Raven in the offseason before heading to Dallas via trade.  He'll compete for the starting middle job in the wake of MLB Sean Lee's season-ending injury.

Calvin Pryor

NYJ -DB

13 hours ago

Pryor suffers concussion

Jets rookie S Calvin Pryor suffered a concussion Saturday during kick-return drills, Jets HC Rex Ryan told The Star-Ledger.  Pryor didn't take the field Sunday, and the team has Sunday off.  Pryor will have to pass through the league's concussion protocol before returning to the field.  Assuming he can get past this issue, Pryor will remain an intriguing option in the 2014 IDP rankings.

Terrance West

CLE -RB

13 hours ago

West wows with receiving skills

The Akron Beacon Journal reports that Browns RB Terrance West impressed on-lookers with his receiving skills in his 1st training camp workout Saturday, including a number of 1-handed catches.  “I was a little shocked with Terrance today,” HC Mike Pettine told the paper. “I had to double-check my roster card to make sure I was looking at the right number."  That receiving ability is noteworthy for 2 reasons: 1) West didn't do a ton of receiving in college, and 2) Ben Tate has proved no better than average as a receiver in the pros.  The West-Tate battle will be very interesting to watch throughout the summer.

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