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May
23

Olsen fully cleared, ready to rock

Carolina tight end GREG OLSEN confirmed that he is fully cleared for OTAs, adding that he is “ready to rock”. Olsen has been one of the most consistently productive tight endsMore in the NFL, but his past two seasons ended early due to a broken bone in his foot. Olsen’s recent injury troubles could cause fantasy owners to hesitate when it comes to drafting the 34-year-old tight end. Less

Source: Team Website

May
23

Rudolph to remain with Vikings?

Minnesota tight end KYLE RUDOLPH said that the Vikings have offered him a five-year contract extension that would keep him with the team through the 2024 season. Rudolph has not yetMore accepted the offer, and he added that other teams remain interested in his services as well. For what it’s worth, Minnesota head coach Mike Zimmer believes that Rudolph will be with the team for the 2019 season. Less

Source: Pioneer-Press

May
23

Rodgers studying new offense

Green Bay quarterback AARON RODGERS is working hard to reach a comfort level with Matt LaFleur’s offense by the time OTAs and the mid-June minicamp wrap up. Rodgers admitted this weekMore that he doesn’t know the whole offense yet, but he expressed confidence that he will have a deep understanding of the offense before long. Less

Source: Team Website

May
23

49ers RB Breida has torn pec

San Francisco running back MATT BREIDA is dealing with a slightly torn pec muscle and will not participate in OTAs. Fortunately for fantasy owners, and for Breida himself, surgery will not be needed to mend the chest injury. Breida is expected to be ready for the start of training camp.

Source: Team Blog

May
23

TE Walker recovering from ankle injury

Tennessee tight end DELANIE WALKER says he is about 85 percent recovered from the ankle injury that ended his 2018 season. Walker is being eased back into practice and said recentlyMore that he felt like he was “getting back to my old self”. Walker does not have an official timetable for his return, but it sounds like he is on track for the start of the season. Less

Source: Tennessean

May
23

Carson recovering from offseason surgery

Seattle head coach Pete Carroll revealed this week that running back CHRIS CARSON had knee surgery during the offseason, explaining his absence from recent OTAs. Carroll added that Carson “looked great”More and it does not sound like he will be out of action for much longer. Carson was Seattle’s leading rusher last season. Less

Source: Tacoma News-Tribune

May
23

Bucs release McCoy, add Suh

The Tampa Bay Bucs released veteran defensive tackle GERALD MCCOY earlier this week, but they didn’t take long to find his replacement. The Bucs have signed NDAMUKONG SUH to a one-yearMore deal to take over for McCoy. Suh will be less expensive for the Bucs than McCoy, who was scheduled to earn $13 million in 2019. Less

Source: Tampa Bay Times

May
23

Patriots sign Edelman to contract extension

The New England Patriots signed veteran wide receiver and Super Bowl LIII MVP, JULIAN EDELMAN, to a two-year contract extension that will keep him with the team through 2021. Edelman turned 33 yesterday (Happy Birthday Julian) and remains one of TOM BRADY’s most trusted targets.

Source: USA Today

May
23

WR Kupp targeting Week 1 return

Los Angeles Rams wideout COOPER KUPP suffered a torn ACL in Week 10 last season, but he appears to be on track to return for the start of the 2019 season.More Kupp, one of the Rams’ most important offensive players, is said to be making great progress. Head coach Sean McVay confirmed that Kupp is progressing, and he’s looking forward to having his star wideout available for the Rams season opener against the Carolina Panthers. Less

Source: Team Blog

May
23

Washington LB Foster out for 2019 season

Washington linebacker REUBEN FOSTER suffered a season-ending tear of the ACL in his left knee on Monday. Foster was injured on the third snap of the team’s first OTA session andMore was carted off the field. An MRI confirmed the injury. Foster was expected to start at inside linebacker but the team will now need to find another option. Less

Source: ESPN.com

May
23

No limitations for Wentz as OTAs begin

Philadelphia quarterback CARSON WENTZ will have no limitations for OTAs as he continues to make progress from his 2018 back injury. Back in mid-April, Wentz was reportedly not fully healed from the stress fracture in his back. His progress since that time means he is likely back to 100 percent.

Source: NBC Sports

May
23

Colts add QB depth

The Indianapolis Colts signed quarterback CHAD KELLY to add depth behind quarterbacks ANDREW LUCK, JACOBY BRISSETT, and PHILLIP WALKER. Fantasy owners may remember Kelly from his arrest last October for trespassing inside a woman’s home after a Halloween party. Kelly was released by the Denver Broncos after the incident.

Source: Indianapolis Star

May
20

Browns defense pretty good too

Much of the recent attention on the Cleveland Browns has been focused on the offense, but head coach Freddie Kitchens thinks his defense deserves some attention too. The Browns have someMore talented defensive players, and they added to that talent in the offseason via free agency, trades, and the 2019 NFL Draft. Less

Source: Team Website

May
20

Breida to have role in crowded backfield

San Francisco running back MATT BREIDA thinks he can do even better in 2019 than he did during a breakout season last year. It sounds like Breida will have the chance,More despite the presence of JERICK MCKINNON and TEVIN COLEMAN. McKinnon is recovering from a torn ACL and Coleman was added via free agency in the offseason. Head coach Kyle Shanahan says that three capable ballcarriers is a luxury, not a problem. Shanahan apparently does not play fantasy football. Less

Source: San Francisco Chronicle

May
20

Ravens add veteran wideout

The Baltimore Ravens have signed veteran wide receiver MICHAEL FLOYD to a one-year deal, adding even more competition to their wide receiver corps. The 29-year-old Floyd had just 10 catches forMore 100 yards in Washington last season, helping fantasy owners nowhere. Floyd joins a crowded mix of both veteran and young receivers in Baltimore. Less

Source: Team Website

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