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May
21

Dallas WR Williams arrested after car accident

Dallas wide receiver TERRANCE WILLIAMS was arrested for public intoxication and given a misdemeanor for leaving the scene of an accident over the weekend. Williams is already sidelined until training campMore with a fractured foot. Given his legal and injury issues, Williams is a fantasy risk even if he remains with the Cowboys. Less

Source: Fort Worth Star-Telegram

May
21

Bucs OC thinks Winston is “trying too hard”

Tampa Bay offensive coordinator Todd Monken wants quarterback JAMEIS WINSTON to just be himself and not “try so hard” heading into the 2018 season. Monkon wants Winston to play freely whileMore understanding that the team is fully behind him. Winston is coming off a season in which he established career highs in completion percentage and passer rating. Less

Source: NFL.com

May
21

Sherman expects to be ready for camp

San Francisco 49ers cornerback RICHARD SHERMAN was able to run for the first time as he continues to recover from an Achilles injury. Sherman says he expects to be ready toMore go when training camp opens on July 26th, although he admitted that the team is likely to be “overly cautious” with him. Less

Source: Team Blog

May
21

Prescott wants to be best Cowboys QB ever

Dallas quarterback DAK PRESCOTT wants to be the best quarterback that the Cowboys have ever had. While it’s good to have goals, Prescott will have his work cut out for him heading into 2018 without former wideout DEZ BRYANT and retired tight end JASON WITTEN in the mix.

Source: ESPN.com

May
21

Bears WR Robinson looking good

Chicago wide receiver ALLEN ROBINSON tore his ACL last August but head coach Matt Nagy says that he is ahead of the game in his recovery and that his free-agent additionMore is looking good. Most ACL surgeries require a full 12-month recovery so Robinson is not expected to be ready for a full training camp. His progress, however, sounds encouraging for the Bears and potential fantasy owners. Less

Source: Team Blog

May
21

Cardinals RB Johnson has big goal for 2018

Arizona running back DAVID JOHNSON is determined to become just the third player in NFL history gain at least 1,000 yards rushing and receiving in the same season. Because last season’sMore wrist injury occurred in the first game of the season, Johnson has been able to train even harder than usual. He is reportedly 100 percent healthy and stronger than he’s ever been. Less

Source: NFL.com

May
21

Seahawks sign rookie first-round RB

The Seattle Seahawks signed rookie first-round running back RASHAAD PENNY. Penny was the 27th pick in the first round and he has a chance for a significant role in the Seahawks backfield this season. Penny is also expected to get a chance to return kickoffs in Seattle.

Source: Seattle Times

May
21

Julio Jones wants raise, will skip OTAs

Atlanta wide receiver JULIO JONES reportedly wants a raise and is not expected to be with the Falcons when they start OTAs this week. The team is supposedly very open toMore finding a way to provide a “correction or update” to Jones’ current contract but it sounds like he may take some time away from the team until that actually happens. Less

Source: NBC Sports

May
21

WR Vincent Jackson retires

Former Tampa Bay and San Diego wide receiver VINCENT JACKSON has officially retired from the NFL. Injuries limited Jackson to just 15 games over his final two seasons and he did not play in 2017 after his contract with the Bucs expired.

Source: Team Website

May
17

Felony charge dropped against Jets WR Anderson

New York Jets wide receiver ROBBY ANDERSON has had his share of legal issues lately but the wideout just had a felony charged dropped. While the news is obviously great forMore Anderson, he is still subject to league discipline under the NFL’s Personal Conduct Policy. Taking his legal issues into account, Anderson is a risky fantasy proposition. Less

Source: New York Daily News

May
17

Tannehill expected to be ready for OTAs

Miami Dolphins quarterback RYAN TANNEHILL is expected to be able to participate in upcoming OTA’s with little or no limitations. Tannehill is recovering from ACL injuries suffered in each of theMore past two seasons. Meetings will take place this week to determine exactly how much work Tannehill will do in the OTA’s but he appears to be headed in the right direction. Less

Source: Miami Herald

May
17

Bengals QB sees improved WR Ross

Cincinnati quarterback ANDY DALTON has seen a big improvement in second-year wide receiver JOHN ROSS. Ross’ rookie season started with an iffy shoulder and he was never able to contribute forMore the Bengals or fantasy owners. Heading into 2018, Dalton says that Ross “looks good” and that he’s “completely different” than last year. Fantasy owners certainly hope so. Less

Source: USA Today

May
17

Eagles DE undergoes surgery

Philadelphia Eagles defensive end BRANDON GRAHAM confirmed that he has undergone a procedure to speed the healing of a high ankle sprain. Graham, 30, said he will miss the Eagles’ spring work but he should recover in time for training camp.

Source: Philadelphia Daily News

May
17

Cowboys DE Gregory to apply for reinstatement

Dallas defensive end RANDY GREGORY is expected to apply for reinstatement to the NFL next week, with hopes that he can return in time for the start of the Cowboys’ trainingMore camp in late July. Gregory, a second-round draft pick in 2015, was kicked out of the league for repeated violations of the league’s substance abuse policy and hasn’t played since the end of the 2016 season. Less

Source: Dallas Morning News

May
17

Cardinals drafted WR despite arrest

Arizona rookie wide receiver CHRISTIAN KIRK was arrested in February and charged with damaging property and disorderly conduct. The Cardinals were apparently aware of the incident prior to drafting Kirk. Since the incident is still an active legal matter, the team declined to comment further.

Source: Arizona Republic

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