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Jul
29

No quarterback competition in San Francisco

With training camp underway, San Francisco head coach Kyle Shanahan reiterated that veteran quarterback JIMMY GAROPPOLO is the starting quarterback for the upcoming 2021 season. Shanahan said that Garoppolo is theMore best quarterback on the team “right now”, adding that rookie quarterback TREY LANCE will get the first chance at the backup position. Less

Source: Team Website

Jul
29

WFT places WR Samuel on PUP list

The Washington Football team placed wide receiver CURTIS SAMUEL on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list this week. Samuel, 24, also missed all of June’s minicamp and OTA’s with aMore lingering groin injury. Samuel signed a three-year, $36 million deal this offseason and is expected to be a key part of the WFT offense when he eventually returns to health. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Jul
29

Seahawks safety Adams reports to training camp

Seattle Seahawks star safety JAMAL ADAMS reported to training camp this week as he and the team continue to work toward a contract extension. While fantasy owners can be encouraged thatMore Adams is in camp, the two sides are reportedly not close to a contract extension. Adams is expected to eventually become the highest-paid safety in the NFL. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Jul
29

Broncos WR Sutton nearing 100 percent

Denver Bronco wide receiver COURTLAND SUTTON said this week that he feels “very close to 100 percent” in his recovery from an ACL injury that ended his 2020 season in WeekMore #2 last year. Sutton added that he has been “working my butt off in rehab” and he will feel fully recovered as soon as he gets tackled. Sutton said that he will play in one preseason game to get the feel of getting hit before the season begins. Less

Source: Team Website

Jul
29

Rodgers reports to Packers training camp

Disgruntled Green Bay quarterback AARON RODGERS reported to Packers training camp this week, apparently intending to play for the team this season. Rodgers skipped all offseason activities, including the mandatory minicamp in June. The Packers reportedly agreed to concessions that could mean this is Rodgers’ last season in Green Bay.

Source: ESPN.com

Jul
26

Texans QB Watson reports to training camp, still wants trade

Houston Texans quarterback DESHAUN WATSON reported to training camp with the team on Sunday. While Watson is in camp, he is reportedly still seeking a trade. By reporting to camp, WatsonMore is able to avoid $50,000 daily fines. He remains under both NFL and police investigations after being accused in 22 separate lawsuits of sexual assault and misconduct. Less

Source: NFL.com

Jul
26

Vikings add WR Westbrook to wideout mix

The Minnesota Vikings signed former Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver DEDE WESTBROOK on Sunday. The 27-year-old wide receiver showed potential early in his career but suffered a season-ending knee injury in theMore second game of the 2020 season. Westbrook reunites with new Vikings receivers coach Kennan McCardell, who has coached him his entire NFL career thus far. Westbrook is expected to compete for the No. 3 receiver role behind fellow wideouts ADAM THIELEN and JUSTIN JEFFERSON. Less

Source: Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Jul
26

Bears trade WR Miller to Texans

The Chicago Bears traded wide receiver ANTHONY MILLER to the Houston Texans over the weekend. Chicago originally traded up to draft him in the second round of the 2018 NFL Draft,More but Miller never lived up to expectations in fantasy football or the real version. Time will tell if the trade to Houston and a fresh start boosts his fantasy stock. Less

Source: Chicago Sun Times

Jul
26

Packers QB Rodgers to retire?

Multiple Las Vegas sports books believe that Green Bay quarterback AARON RODGERS could announce his retirement before Wednesday’s initial training camp practice. Various sports books have removed season over-under win totalMore and similar bets for Green Bay as rumors swirl. A retirement for 2021 would make sense, since it would help Rodgers avoid up to $2 million in fines for holding out of training camp. There would be other financial consequences for Rodgers, but it seems like retirement is a viable option. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Jul
26

Packers, WR Adams at odds after breaking off contract talks

The drama in Green Bay continues as the Packers and star wide receiver DAVANTE ADAMS have broken off long-term contract extension talks. The two sides have been negotiating a deal forMore months, but they have reportedly reached a bad place. With starting quarterback AARON RODGERS’ status still uncertain for the upcoming season, the Packers top two offensive players are now both disgruntled employees. Less

Source: NFL.com

Jul
26

Saints WR Thomas to miss start of season due to ankle surgery

New Orleans star wide receiver MICHAEL THOMAS is expected to miss the beginning of the upcoming season due to a June surgery on his troublesome ankle. Thomas reportedly hoped to avoidMore surgery through rehab but, at some point, it became apparent that the surgery was indeed necessary. There has reportedly been some friction between Thomas and the Saints, with the current situation not likely to improve matters. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Jul
26

Cowboys RB Elliott motivated after rough 2020 season

Dallas running back EZEKIEL ELLIOTT saw a drop in production and an increase in fumbles by the end of the 2020 season. Heading into this year, Elliott says that he isMore motivated to show that he is a better player than what fans and fantasy owners witnessed last season. Elliott trained extensively during the offseason and heads into training camp with a new physique as proof of his hard work and dedication. Less

Source: Team Blog

Jul
26

Cowboys WR Cooper to start camp on PUP list

Dallas wide receiver AMARI COOPER is one of six players that have been placed on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list as training camp kicks off for the Cowboys. PlayersMore on the PUP list can be activated any time during training camp and preseason, and head coach Mike McCarthy said he doesn’t anticipate any long-term absences. Cooper had what was reported as a minor ankle surgery after last season, but his recovery seems to be moving along slower than fantasy owners were hoping. Less

Source: Team Website

Jul
26

Giants RB Barkley, TE Rudolph to begin camp on PUP list

New York Giants star running back SAQUON BARKLEY and tight end KYLE RUDOLPH will begin training camp on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list. Barkley continues to recover from aMore torn ACL suffered in the second game of last season, while Rudolph is recovering from a foot injury. On a positive note, Barkley did say last week that he “feels pretty good” and Rudolph has said previously that he “won’t miss any football”. Less

Source: NFL.com

Jul
22

Prescott to be full participant in training camp

Dallas head coach Mike McCarthy said this week that star quarterback DAK PRESCOTT is expected to be a full participant when training camp begins. Prescott has been working his way backMore from an ankle injury suffered in Week #5 last season. Prescott worked out during OTAs and it looks like he will take the next step heading into camp. Less

Source: Team Blog

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