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Chris Conley


2 hours ago

Conley has knee strain

Chiefs WR Chris Conley is dealing with a knee strain, according to HC Andy Reid.  No word on the severity or how long the he'll be sidelined.  Conley needs a strong August to beat out WR Albert Wilson for a Week 1 starting job.  For now, he's just a late-round flier in best-ball drafts.

Martavis Bryant


4 hours ago

Bryant buzzing early in camp

Steelers WR Martavis Bryant is drawing raves early in camp.  He's reportedly bulked up to 225 pounds -- 14 over his 2014 Combine weight -- and has been tearing it up on the practice field.  "Bryant is going to be a star this year for the Steelers," Yahoo's Charles Robinson tweeted after attending training camp. "He looks amazing."  NFL Network's Albert Breer added that the coaching staff is "thrilled" with Bryant's progress.  We're certainly intrigued by his upside in a starting role in a high-powered passing game.  The issue is that Bryant usually comes off the board in Round 5 -- and his ADP will climb if he continues to buzz in August.  Much of his upside is already priced in at that point.

Eric Berry


5 hours ago

Berry ready for camp

The Chiefs announced Tuesday night that S Eric Berry is cancer free and ready to begin training camp with his team. That's obviously awesome news on a personal level for Berry and professionally for the K.C. defense. A healthy Berry ranks among the league's top playmakers at his position. We'll see as camp gets going whether the cancer battle put him behind in conditioning, but we've already boosted him into the top 10 among DBs in our 2015 IDP rankings.

Justin Forsett


17 hours ago

Ravens keeping zone-blocking scheme

Ravens insider Aaron Wilson confirmed that OC Marc Trestman is keeping the zone-blocking scheme in place that former OC Gary Kubiak ran.  It's excellent news for RB Justin Forsett, who thrived in the system last year, ripping off a personal-best 1,266 yards on 5.4 yards per carry.  We're not projecting Forsett to reach either mark in 2015, but he'll remain a big-time contributor on the ground.  And his receiving numbers should grow under Trestman, who has a long history of getting RBs involved in the passing game.

Carlos Hyde


21 hours ago

Hyde placed on NFI list

49ers RB Carlos Hyde will open training camp on the non-football injury list. He dealt with a minor calf muscle pull in May, but he hasn’t suffered another known injury since then. Team beat writers fully expect the 23-year-old to miss only a small portion of camp. Hyde remains a shaky fantasy pick at his current 3rd-round ADP.

Le'Veon Bell


23 hours ago

Bell's suspension reduced to 2 games

The NFL has reduced Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell's suspension to 2 games.  That's a significant reduction from the original 3-game ban -- 33% to be exact.  Bell will now miss games against the Patriots and 49ers before returning for Week 3 against the Rams.  We just tacked on another game's worth of numbers to Bell's 2015 projections.  Draft Sharks Insiders can click here to check out where he sits in the rankings.  RB DeAngelo Williams' handcuff appeal takes a sizeable hit with this news.  He's now guaranteed just 2 starts against defenses that ranked 9th and 7th, respectively, against the run last year.  Of course, San Francisco figures to take a significant step back with all its offseason losses.  We still like Williams as a fantasy starter for those 2 weeks.

Tom Brady


1 day ago

Brady's 4-game suspension upheld

Commissioner Roger Goodell has upheld Patriots QB Tom Brady's 4-game suspension. This story is far from over, though.  Multiple sources have reported that Brady is expected to take the decision to court.  That process could take months.  And Brady would be able to play while the legal process plays out.  For now, fantasy owners should continue to assume Brady will miss 4 games at some point this season, but this remains a fluid situation.  Brady's MFL10 ADP has held steady in the early 10th round throughout July.

Todd Gurley


1 day ago

Gurley passes conditioning test

Rams RB Todd Gurley (knee) passed his conditioning test on Tuesday.  According to team insider Jim Thomas, Gurley did so "impressively."  He'll start training camp on the active roster, although the Rams will surely take it easy with their prized 1st round pick.  We'll continue to update Gurley's status over the coming weeks.

Lamar Miller


1 day ago

Dolphins willing to increase Miller's workload

Dolphins HC Joe Philbin says he's willing to give RB Lamar Miller more carries this year.  “I would tell you I’ve never been in a meeting where I’ve said to [offensive coordinator] Bill [Lazor] or [running backs coach] Jeff Nixon or the offensive line coaches have said ‘Lamar can’t carry the ball 20 times a game,'" Philbin said.  “I would tell you, if he’s cranking and he got it 24 times a game and he’s healthy and he’s fast and he’s explosive, it doesn’t bother me one bit."  File this under "believe it when we see it."  Miller totaled just 216 carries last year and topped 15 carries in just 4 of 16 games -- despite averaging a juicy 5.1 yards per carry.  Miami also added rookie RB Jay Ajayi this spring.  We have Miller projected to see 218 carries and 31 catches this season, which would make him a solid RB2.  If the Fins are truly committed to increasing his workload, he could be a top 10 RB.

Ryan Tannehill


1 day ago

Tannehill to showcase a better deep ball?

Dolphins HC Joe Philbin said QB Ryan Tannehill “definitely” can improve his deep ball accuracy. “It’s not just cranking the ball 65 yards down field, two yards outside the numbers or at the goal post,” Philbin said. “Obviously you’ve got to have arm strength, which he has arm strength. You’ve got to have some touch, which he has some touch. If there’s that extra uncanny knack between two guys, different guys — that’s an area where he and the receivers can improve upon. And with new guys, that’ll take us a little bit of time to work through.” Tannehill heads to training camp with an overhauled WR corps that includes DeVante Parker, Kenny Stills and Greg Jennings. Even a slight bump in deep ball efficiency would help keep the 4th-year passer safely in QB1 range.

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