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Apr
19

Texans RB Foreman in great shape for start of offseason program

Houston running back D’ONTA FOREMAN suffered through a disappointing and injury-plagued year in 2018, but he appears to be in great shape as the team’s offseason program kicks off. Prior toMore a torn Achilles tendon suffered as a rookie, some thought that Foreman could eventually replace Pro Bowl running back LAMAR MILLER. Less

Source: Houston Chronicle

Apr
19

Von Miller headed for 20 sack season?

Denver linebacker VON MILLER has lofty goals heading into the 2019 season. The veteran playmaker believes a 20-sack season is within reach. While he has yet to reach that number inMore previous seasons, count new head coach Vic Fangio among the believers. Fangio says that if Miller “does all the little things necessary”, the “sky is the limit”. Less

Source: Team Website

Apr
19

Browns not ready to honor Johnson trade request

Cleveland running back DUKE JOHNSON has asked for a trade, but Browns GM John Dorsey is in no rush to honor that request. Dorsey said this week that the Browns see Johnson as a vital part of the offense moving forward.

Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer

Apr
19

TE Hooper planning to build on Pro Bowl season

Atlanta tight end AUSTIN HOOPER is hoping to build on a Pro Bowl year in 2018 as he heads into the upcoming 2019 season. Hooper had career-highs in receptions, yards, andMore touchdowns last year and he plans to work out with quarterback MATT RYAN throughout OTAs to continue to build the relationship with his signal-caller. Less

Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Apr
19

Fuller expected back for season opener

Houston wide receiver WILL FULLER is expected to be ready to roll in the season opener against the New Orleans Saints. Fuller is rehabbing from a torn anterior cruciate ligament sufferedMore last season. Fuller is one of the most dangerous deep threats in the league, having caught 11 touchdown passes in the 11 games he’s played with star quarterback DESHAUN WATSON. Less

Source: Houston Chronicle

Apr
19

Kittle played through rib injury in 2018

San Francisco tight end GEORGE KITTLE revealed this week that he played the final eight games of the 2018 season with a fractured rib cartilage. Kittle said he was injured inMore the 49ers November 1st game against the Oakland Raiders. Kittle went on to finish with 1,377 receiving yards, the most by a tight end in NFL history. Less

Source: San Francisco Chronicle

Apr
19

Gurley feeling good, taking things day-by-day

Fantasy owners hoping to gain some clarity about Los Angeles Rams running back TODD GURLEY and his much-talked-about knee are likely to be disappointed. Gurley met with reporters this week andMore his knee was the obvious topic of conversation. Gurley said that his knee is “feeling good”, adding that he has just been taking things day by day. Less

Source: Team Website

Apr
18

No timetable for Newton to begin throwing

Carolina quarterback CAM NEWTON is reportedly progressing very well with rehab from shoulder surgery, according to head coach Ron Rivera. Unfortunately for fantasy owners, Rivera would not put a timetable on when Newton will begin throwing.

Source: NBC Sports

Apr
18

Garoppolo to wear knee brace in 2019

San Francisco quarterback JIMMY GAROPPOLO says that he will wear a brace on his left knee this season as he returns from an anterior cruciate ligament tear suffered last year. GaroppoloMore continues to recover from the injury, with the goal to be medically cleared for all activity once training camp begins in late July. Less

Source: The Mercury News

Apr
18

Flacco wants Broncos to pass on first-round QB

New Denver quarterback JOE FLACCO does not want the Broncos to select a quarterback with their first-round pick in the upcoming NFL draft. Flacco believes in his ability to lead theMore team and would prefer that the Broncos draft an impact player at another position. Time will tell, but Denver has had several high-ranked quarterbacks in for private workouts. Less

Source: Team Blog

Apr
18

Fitzpatrick adds weight, blames cake

New Miami quarterback RYAN FITZPATRICK is currently more in “offseason” form than regular season form. When explaining his apparent lack of conditioning, Fitzpatrick noted that he has seven kids and thereMore were a lot of birthday parties between January and April. Along with those parties, Fitzpatrick added that he ate his fair share of birthday cake. Less

Source: Miami Herald

Apr
18

Cowboys searching for backup RB in NFL draft?

Dallas Cowboys COO Stephen Jones acknowledged that star running back EZEKIEL ELLIOTT has seen a heavy workload in recent seasons, adding that it may be in the team’s best interest toMore add depth to the position via the upcoming NFL draft. Jones’ recent comments hinted that current backup ROD SMITH may not be as complete of a running back as the team would prefer. Less

Source: Team Blog

Apr
18

NFL releases official 2019 schedule

The National Football League celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2019. To commemorate the historic benchmark, the league has 17 matchups with historical significance. All matchups were revealed last night when the official 2019 schedule was released.

Source: NFL.com

Apr
18

NFL announces details for 2019 international games

The NFL announced dates and details for five international games that will take place during the 2019 season. Four of the games will take place in London, while one game isMore scheduled for Mexico. The Mexico game was infamously cancelled last season for player safety concerns due to field conditions, but the NFL will give it another go this season. Less

Source: NFL.com

Apr
17

Patriots sign Demaryius Thomas

The New England Patriots signed veteran free agent wide receiver DEMARYIUS THOMAS on Tuesday. Thomas, 31, is a veteran of nine NFL seasons with the Denver Broncos and the Houston Texans. Thomas was injured in the regular season finale last year and was placed on injured reserve for the playoffs.

Source: Team Website

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