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2009 Fantasy Football: Training Camp Fantasy Stock





With training camp underway, there will be updates daily to this 2009 Fantasy Football Training Camp Stock page.

If there's an injury or a player surprising/disappointing, I'll let you know about it and adjust my 2009 Fantasy Football Rankings accordingly.



2009 Fantasy Football Training Camp Stock - Week of Sept. 7


SEPT. 8

Matthew Stafford, QB, Lions
Matthew Stafford has been named the starting quarterback for the Lions. Stafford has the talent to be a Pro Bowler in the NFL, but he also has the horrid pass protection to become Joey Harrington 2.0. If Jeff Backus struggles once again, Stafford's career could be ruined. Nevertheless, Calvin Johnson and Kevin Smith make Stafford a very capable QB2 with Matt Ryan-like upside.

2009 Preseason Fantasy Football Stock





SEPT. 7

Patriots Defense
Richard Seymour is gone, and so are about 6-8 sacks from this defense's total. New England still plays in a soft division and will be able to create lots of turnovers in blowouts though, so don't give up on them.

Raiders Defense
The Raiders have acquired Richard Seymour for a 2011 first-round pick. Oakland doesn't suddenly have a dominant defense, but it's good enough to own in fantasy leagues, as the special teams are more than capable of returning a few touchdowns this year. Also remember that the Raiders have four easy games against the Chiefs and Broncos' sorry offenses. I'm not fully confident Oakland is smart enough to know how to use Seymour, so that's holding me back a bit.

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2009 Fantasy Football Training Camp Stock - Week of Aug. 31


SEPT. 6

Jason Hanson, K, Lions
With nothing but final roster cuts going on today - see a complete of 2009 NFL Final Roster Cuts here - let's talk about kickers. Jason Hanson gets a boost because Detroit released its backup kicker, indicating that Hanson could be good to go Week 1. Hanson is a bit underrated; with Matthew Stafford at the helm, the Lions will have a more efficient offense. And because Stafford is a rookie quarterback, Detroit could struggle in the red zone.

Steve Hauschka, K, Ravens
Steve Hauschka has won the kicking job in Baltimore. With Joe Flacco coming into his own, the Ravens will give Hauschka more opportunities. Unfortunately, Hauschka is not proven, and therefore should not be trusted until he shows he can be a legitimate NFL kicker.

Olindo Mare, K, Seahawks
Olindo Mare won the kicking job in Seattle over Brandon Coutu. The Seahawks seemed determined to give Coutu the job. Mare won out and should be taken in the final round of your draft; Seattle will have a potent offense this season.

Adam Vinatieri, K, Colts
Unlike the Lions, the Colts decided to keep two kickers, which tells me that Adam Vinatieri is not healthy. Look for someone else in the final round of your fantasy draft.

2009 Preseason Fantasy Football Stock




SEPT. 5

Malcolm Kelly, WR, Redskins
The Washington Post says that "anyone with a clue" knows that Malcolm Kelly will be the No. 2 receiver this year. Devin Thomas looked great early in training camp, but his problematic lethargy has apparently resurfaced. Kelly is worth a late-round flier.

2009 Preseason Fantasy Football Stock


SEPT. 4

Chris Brown, RB, Texans
Gary Kubiak told the media that Chris Brown will be the goal-line back this year. Brown is still not worth drafting until very late in traditional formats, but make sure you upgrade him in touchdown-heavy leagues.

Steve Slaton, RB, Texans
Steve Slaton fantasy owners, I've got some bad news for you. Gary Kubiak told the media that Chris Brown will be his goal-line back this year despite the fact that Slaton has been effective in those situations this preseason. Slaton is still worth a late first-round pick in 12-man leagues, but he doesn't have the same upside.

2009 Preseason Fantasy Football Stock


SEPT. 3

Knowshon Moreno, RB, Broncos
Updating yesterday's note, Knowshon Moreno finished Tuesday's practice without any problems. On Wednesday, Josh Mishandles stated that Moreno is healthy enough to play right now. Moreno will sit out Thursday's preseason finale for precautionary reasons, but will be good to go Week 1.

Chris Wells, RB, Cardinals
Ken Whisenhunt is now acknowledging that Chris Wells may be the starting running back. This is significant, as he previously was dead set on Tim Hightower being the guy. Guess things changed when Wells tore it up last weekend. Hightower has had a fantastic preseason, but there's no denying Wells' ability. If Arizona wants to get back to the Super Bowl, Wells will need to be in the backfield.

2009 Preseason Fantasy Football Stock


SEPT. 2

Cedric Benson, RB, Bengals
Just two days after becoming the penultimate rookie to sign his contract, Andre Smith fractured his foot in practice and will be out indefinitely. Though Smith is an obese slob, he's a tremendous run-blocker. I'm not going to downgrade Cedric Benson in my 2009 Fantasy Football Rankings, but it's a bit discouraging that Benson may not have Smith blocking for him for a while.

Knowshon Morneo, RB, Broncos
Knowshon Moreno finally returned to practice Tuesday, and appears to be on track to be ready Week 1. Don't be scared to draft him as a RB2 with immense upside.

Carson Palmer, QB, Bengals
Carson Palmer practiced Tuesday after missing the previous two preseason games. Marvin Lewis later told the media that he was impressed. Palmer will be fine for Week 1 and is safe to draft as a late QB1.

Amani Toomer, WR, Chiefs
If you went temporarily insane and drafted Amani Toomer, feel free to drop him; the Chiefs cut Toomer on Tuesday.

Roy Williams, WR, Cowboys
Roy Williams returned to practice Tuesday and will be ready to go Week 1. This pretty much confirms Mr. Turkey Neck's statement that Williams could have played last weekend if it were a regular-season game.

2009 Preseason Fantasy Football Stock


SEPT. 1

Antonio Bryant, WR, Buccaneers
Antonio Bryant has returned to practice. Bryant's ADP has slipped in the wake of his injury, so you could steal him in your draft. Unfortunately, Raheem Morris' foolish decision to start Byron Sandwich won't help his fantasy numbers.

2009 Preseason Fantasy Football Stock


AUG. 31

Matt Cassel, QB, Chiefs
Both ProFootballTalk and Yahoo Sports are reporting that Matt Cassel has an MCL injury and could be out the first couple of weeks of the regular season. This could be a blessing for Dwayne Bowe owners, as Brodie Croyle is the superior real quarterback, while pistol-formation signal-caller Tyler Thigpen is better for fantasy purposes.

Brandon Jackson, RB, Packers
Mike McCarthy told the media that Brandon Jackson is out indefinitely with an ankle sprain. Jackson was barely draftable in non-PPR leagues anyway.

Roy Williams, WR, Cowboys
Wade "Turkey Neck" Phillips told the Dallas Morning News that Roy Williams could have played Saturday's preseason game if it were a regular-season contest. Williams should not be downgraded despite suffering an injury last week.

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2009 Fantasy Football Training Camp Stock - Week of Aug. 24


AUG. 30

Tom Brady, QB, Patriots
The Boston Globe is citing a source who says Tom Brady is healthy, but will be held out of next week's preseason game. Newspapers aren't as reliable as they were in the past (thanks to dwindling sales leading to irresponsible reporting), but this is a good sign. Brady should be the top quarterback drafted in all fantasy leagues.

Brian Hartline, WR, Dolphins
After an impressive preseason, rookie Brian Hartline has officially been promoted to the starting lineup. He's a late-round flier with some upside, but don't go nuts because Miami's offense is pretty conservative. The PPR-friendly Davone Bess will be in the slot again.

Byron Leftwich, QB, Buccaneers
The stats say otherwise, but Luke McCown outplayed Byron Sandwich this preseason. Unfortunately, the offensive line let Raheem Morris know whom they preferred by not blocking at all for McCown. Leftwich has been named the starter, but he will be benched in October once the Buccaneers are 1-6 or 2-8. Don't draft him.

2009 Preseason Fantasy Football Stock


AUG. 29

Bernard Berrian, WR, Vikings
Bernard Berrian will miss yet another preseason game. Berrian hasn't done anything since injuring his hamstring in the exhibition opener; in fact, he couldn't even finish practice on Friday. Hamstring injuries tend to linger and Berrian isn't developing any chemistry with Brett Favre.

Brandon Marshall, WR, Broncos
As predicted by almost everyone, Brandon Marshall has been suspended by the Broncos until Sept. 6. The suspension will be extended if the Broncos feel that Marshall isn't on his best behavior. In addition to this, Marshall doesn't know the playbook and is coming off an injury. As I said yesterday, avoid him at all cost.

2009 Preseason Fantasy Football Stock


AUG. 28

Shonn Greene, RB, Jets
Shonn Greene is out for the rest of the preseason with a rib injury. The Jets spent a ton of draft picks to get Greene, but he needed the preseason work. Greene won't get many touches early in the year, so look for Leon Washington to take a good amount of the workload away from Thomas Jones. Greene could become a factor late in the year.

Brandon Marshall, WR, Broncos
I'll be shocked if Brandon Marshall isn't suspended soon. At a recent practice, Marshall punted the ball instead of handing it to a ball boy, batted down passes in a drill where he was asked to catch the ball, and walked back to the huddle when everyone else was running. Marshall pulled his best Terrell Owens impression and destroyed his trade value. I will not be surprised at all if Marshall doesn't play a single game in 2009. Avoid him in your fantasy leagues.

Knowshon Moreno, RB, Broncos
Now nearly two weeks removed from his knee sprain, Knowshon Moreno still isn't practicing. The Denver Post believes Moreno won't be at "full speed" by Week 1. I'm dropping Moreno a bit in my 2009 Fantasy Football Rankings, but not too much; this could actually be a blessing in disguise because there's a very good chance the Bengals will clobber the Moreno- and potentially Brandon Marshall-less Broncos in Week 1. This could force Josh Mishandles' hand into using Moreno as much as possible. Besides, once Moreno's healthy, he'll dominate for you later in the year when it matters most.

Willie Parker, RB, Steelers
Willie Parker may miss Saturday's game because of a hamstring injury. Hamstrings tend to linger, and as a reminder, Parker also has back problems. It's basically a given that Parker will miss a least a few games this year.

Mark Sanchez, QB, Jets
Mark Sanchez has been named the starting quarterback for the New York Jets. This is not a surprise, but I still don't consider Sanchez a very good fantasy option in non-keeper leagues. His upside is limited by the lack of talent at receiver, while his offense will be way too conservative.

Roy Williams, WR, Cowboys
Roy Williams suffered an injury Wednesday. It was first believed to be a broken collarbone, which would have put him out 6-8 weeks. However, x-rays came back negative. Williams will have an MRI today. He'll stay put in my 2009 Fantasy Football Rankings until the MRI results are in.

2009 Preseason Fantasy Football Stock


AUG. 27

Jonathan Stewart, RB, Panthers
John Fox said Wednesday that Jonathan Stewart is losing ground to Mike Goodson and that Goodson has earned "more than a spot role." Fox may be saying this to motivate Stewart, but the fact remains that Stewart has missed 14 consecutive practices with a bum Achilles. DeAngelo Williams could get all of the carries early on.

Derrick Ward, RB, Buccaneers
According to Raheem Morris, the Buccaneers will foolishly run a 2-2-1 rotation for their three running backs, Derrick Ward, Earnest Graham and Cadillac Williams, assuming in that order. Cadillac is brittle, so that plan may not work, but it's not good news for Ward owners. Tampa Bay's offensive line hasn't looked too sharp either, so Ward will be downgraded in my 2009 Fantasy Football Rankings.

2009 Preseason Fantasy Football Stock


AUG. 26

James Davis, RB, Browns
James Davis received a ton of work with the Browns' first team on Tuesday. With Jamal Lewis looking as old and slow as ever, there's a very good chance Davis will be in the starting lineup by October. Take Davis as a mid-to-late-round sleeper.

Terrell Owens, WR, Bills
Terrell Owens will once again miss a preseason game (turf toe), marking the third consecutive one he's out for. According to Adam Schefter, the Bills are starting to get concerned. I'm concerned as well. Owens will be 36 in a few months and won't recover from an injury as quickly as he did in 2004 with the Eagles.

Brian Westbrook, RB, Eagles
Brian Westbrook will get the start for the Eagles on Thursday against Jacksonville. This will be the first live-game action Westbrook will see since his ankle surgery. We don't know how he'll respond, but it's good news that he's even in the lineup.

2009 Preseason Fantasy Football Stock


AUG. 25

Donnie Avery, WR, Rams
Donnie Avery is back at practice and could play in the final exhibition game. He was supposed to be out for the first few weeks of the regular season, but has made a quick recovery. His timing could still be off, but I'm moving him up in my 2009 Fantasy Football Rankings.

T.J. Duckett, RB, Seahawks
In the wake of signing Edgerrin James, the Seahawks have decided to cut T.J. Duckett. This was a curious move because Seattle now lacks a true goal-line back.

Edgerrin James, RB, Seahawks
The Seahawks signed Edgerrin James. Took them long enough. Julius Jones stinks and was not going to have a good year. James is the most talented runner on the roster, though it could be a few weeks into the season until he takes all of the non-goal-line touches away from Jones. James is the Seattle running back you want in non-touchdown leagues.

Julius Jones, RB, Seahawks
The Seahawks signed Edgerrin James, which pretty much indicates that they weren't too impressed with Julius Jones. Jones is still worth taking in the later rounds, but I wouldn't be too excited about having him on my roster.

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2009 Fantasy Football Training Camp Stock - Week of Aug. 17


AUG. 21

Brandon Marshall, WR, Broncos
Bob Glauber of Newsday recently Tweeted that he believes the Broncos will suspend Brandon Marshall for conduct detrimental to the team. Glauber then compared Marshall's actions to Terrell Owens' stint in Philadelphia. Making matters worse, Marshall currently is working with the scout team.

2009 Preseason Fantasy Football Stock


AUG. 20

Marc Bulger, QB, Rams
Per the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Marc Bulger is out for the rest of the preseason and quite possibly Week 1 with a fractured pinkie. Even if he plays, he probably won't be effective and will constantly be sacked behind a weak offensive line. Avoid Bulger at all costs.

Tony Gonzalez, TE, Falcons
Tony Gonzalez said he's struggling with the playbook: "I'll admit I'm still somewhat uncomfortable. I'm learning a new offense, I'm making new friends, learning a new freeway system. All the things going into switching teams, I'm going through it right now and it's kind of tough, like being a rookie all over again."

Gonzalez is going to have to block more than he ever did in Kansas City. Don't reach for him.

Matt Hasselbeck, QB, Seahawks
Walter Jones just had knee surgery and will be out indefinitely. This isn't a huge blow to the Seahawks because Sean Locklear and Ray Willis are capable tackles, but it'll hurt a bit, as Seattle will have downgrades at both tackle positions. Matt Hasselbeck remains a solid QB2, but his breakout potential has dropped a bit.

Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Lions
Will Brandon Pettigrew ever practice again? Pettigrew was sidelined with a thigh injury on July 31 and didn't return until Aug. 9. Three days later, Pettigrew was sidelined again and hasn't practiced since. Avoid drafting him in any non-keeper league.

2009 Preseason Fantasy Football Stock


AUG. 19

Brett Favre, QB, Vikings
The Vikings have foolishly added a new quarterback to their team. Read all about it in the Brett Favre Vikings Signing. Favre is nothing more than a solid backup in fantasy leagues. Bump him up a few rankings if your league doesn't penalize for interceptions.

Sage Rosenfails, QB, Vikings
Poor Sage Rosenfails. After performing so well in the preseason opener, he's being forced to take a back seat to Favre.

Chaz Schilens, WR, Raiders
This day's just not going well. I loved Chaz Schilens as a late-round sleeper, but he's out 4-6 weeks with a foot injury. He should be effective when he comes back, but that could be Week 3 or 4, and there's no telling when he'll be 100 percent.

2009 Preseason Fantasy Football Stock


AUG. 18

Joseph Addai, RB, Colts
Discussing his running back situation, Colts head coach Jim Caldwell said the distribution will be "week-to-week."

Allow me to translate: "Donald Brown is extremely talented, and for us to keep winning, we need him in the lineup. However, I can't name him the starter yet because Addai has been here for a while and Brown is just a rookie."

Addai is injury-prone and not nearly as good as Brown. I'd avoid him in all formats.

2009 Preseason Fantasy Football Stock


AUG. 17

Brandon Marshall, WR, Broncos
With his legal troubles now behind him, Brandon Marshall was back at practice and apparently pretty healthy. Marshall is expected to play the second preseason game this weekend.

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2009 Fantasy Football Training Camp Stock - Week of Aug. 10


AUG. 16

Knowshon Moreno, RB, Broncos
Great news from ProFootballTalk - Knowshon Moreno's MRI revealed that he has a minor sprained MCL, meaning he's out for two weeks at the very most.

Jonathan Stewart, RB, Panthers
Jonathan Stewart has missed six straight practices with a lingering Achilles injury. Stewart's a risky pick at this point.


AUG. 15

Andre Brown, RB, Giants
Andre Brown is out for the year with a torn Achilles' tendon. Brown had a chance to be the Wind running back in New York's offense. Look for an increased workload for Ahmad Bradshaw.

Steve Smith, WR, Panthers
Just a few days after hurting his shoulder, Steve Smith was back at practice. The injury is now a non-factor.


AUG. 14

Michael Crabtree, WR, 49ers
According to multiple sourcues, including the San Jose Mercury News, Michael Crabtree's holdout is expected to extend into September. Crabtree is undraftable in any league right now.

Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Lions
Brandon Pettigrew won't play in Detroit's preseason opener. Pettigrew hasn't even participated in a team drill in the past 11 days because of a thigh injury. Let someone else draft him.


AUG. 13

Joe Flacco, QB, Ravens
Per the Baltimore Sun, Joe Flacco has been horrendous in training camp in terms of throwing picks and misreading defenses. Flacco doesn't have the receiving talent around him to be a solid fantasy quarterback, so look elsewhere in non-keeper leagues.

Rashard Mendenhall, RB, Steelers
John Clayton hinted that Rashard Mendenhall could be the primary ball-carrier in November and December (i.e. cold-weather games). As long as he doesn't put the ball on the ground, Mendenhall has a ton of upside. Willie Parker is missing time with a back injury, so Mendenhall could take more of his carries than originally anticipated.

Knowshon Moreno, RB, Broncos
I said yesterday, "It's only a matter of days until [Knowshon] Moreno is declared the starter." Well, how about "a matter of hours?" Moreno has been named Denver's starting running back for the preseason opener. Helping matters even further is the fact that LaMont Jordan is injured.

Brian Robiskie, WR, Browns
According to Sports Illustrated's Don Banks, Brian Robiskie has faded in training camp and has been passed by fellow rookie Mohamed Massaquoi. We'll get more of a feel for Cleveland's receiver situation after Saturday's preseason game against the Packers. Robiskie will be downgraded a bit for now.


AUG. 12

Mason Crosby, K, Packers
Mason Crosby is 28-of-38 against a rush in training camp. His misses have been from 28, 35, 40, 40, 40, 45, 47, 48, 48 and 48. Crosby is a desirable kicker because the Packers have a great offense, but aren't particularly efficient in the red zone. He'll be one to watch in the preseason.

Shonn Greene, RB, Jets
The National Football Post is reporting that the Jets called in to an NFC West team (presumably the Seahawks) to acquire about dealing Thomas Jones. Shonn Greene has a lot more upside than Jones, and if this deal goes down, he'll be a must-have running back in non-PPR leagues.

DeSean Jackson, WR, Eagles
Back from his minor knee injury, DeSean Jackson is once again lighting it up in training camp. Tweets the Philadelphia Inquirer, "Can't emphasize it enough. McNabb and Jackson have looked completely in sync all camp." Once again, Jackson's not going to catch a lot of touchdowns, but I'll shocked if he compiles less than 1,000 receiving yards this year.

Thomas Jones, RB, Jets
The National Football Post is reporting that the Jets called in to an NFC West team (presumably the Seahawks) to acquire about dealing Thomas Jones. I don't like Jones this year because he'll lose touches to Leon Washington and goal-line carries to Shonn Greene, but if he moves to Seattle, he'll likely be the starter. Stay tuned.

Knowshon Moreno, RB, Broncos
In only his second day of practice, Knowshon Moreno was splitting first-team reps with Correll Buckhalter. It's only a matter of days until Moreno is declared the starter. Expect at least 1,500 total yards from the rookie, with the upside of a Matt Forte-like rookie campaign. Moreno can be had in the fourth or fifth rounds of your fantasy draft if your fellow owners don't know what they're doing (target him in Round 3 if you're in a league with sharps).


AUG. 11

Antonio Bryant, WR, Buccaneers
Antonio Bryant will be out 3-4 weeks with a torn meniscus in his knee. Bryant should be back for Week 1, but he won't get to gel with his new quarterback(s) in the preseason. Downgrade him slightly.

Mark Clayton, WR, Ravens
Mark Clayton has torn his hamstring and his Week 1 status is now in question. He'll drop in the 2009 Fantasy Football Rankings.

Justin Harper, WR, Ravens
With Mark Clayton potentially out for the first few weeks of the season, Justin Harper may have the opportunity to start. Harper, a 6-3, 215-pound wideout, has really impressed in training camp. He'll be someone to keep an eye on during the preseason. I'll keep you updated, of course.

David Garrard, QB, Jaguars
Per Jaguars beat writer Vic Ketchman, David Garrard's accuracy has been horrific this training camp. Garrard is working with new receivers and is missing Matt Jones, his No. 1 option from last year, so there could be an adjustment period. Garrard remains a decent QB2 in fantasy; it really helps that Jacksonville doesn't have a decent backup quarterback. Still, this is a concern. I'll keep you posted on how Garrard performs in the preseason.

Ray Rice, RB, Ravens
Ray Rice is listed as the top running back on the Ravens' depth chart. Willis McGahee is penciled in behind him, while Le'Ron McClain is listed as a fullback. This is what this site has projected all along; Rice is the Baltimore running back you want in any traditional or PPR league.

Steve Smith, WR, Panthers
Steve Smith was carted off the practice field with a shoulder injury. X-rays were negative, but it's likely that he will miss the preseason. He should be good to go by Week 1.


AUG. 10

Donnie Avery, WR, Rams
Donnie Avery will miss 4-6 weeks with a foot injury, meaning he could miss the first couple of games of the year. There is also a chance Avery's injury lingers.

Chris Johnson, RB, Titans
Chris Johnson did all of the work during Tennessee's second drive against the Bills, but once the Titans reached the end zone, LenDale White received both carries. Despite losing 30 pounds this offseason, it's evident that White will continue to serve as the goal-line back, which limits Johnson's fantasy potential.

Terrell Owens, WR, Bills
Terrell Owens caught two passes for 27 yards in his only drive of the game. Owens looked great in his limited action, which makes sense because he has a huge chip on his shoulder. The question was whether Owens would get the ball enough in Buffalo's conservative offense. So far, so good.

LenDale White, RB, Titans
Chris Johnson did all of the work during Tennessee's second drive against the Bills, but once the Titans reached the end zone, LenDale White received both carries. Despite losing 30 pounds this offseason, it's evident that White will continue to serve as the goal-line back, which makes him a solid back to have in touchdown leagues.



2009 Fantasy Football Training Camp Stock - Week of Aug. 3


AUG. 9

Brent Celek, TE, Eagles
Brent Celek owners, rest assured - your tight end will start every game for the Eagles this year, barring injury. It's unfortunate, but rookie tight end Cornelius Ingram tore the same ACL for the second year in a row. I didn't think Ingram would contribute much this season, but we know now that Celek will be on the field often.

James Davis, RB, Browns
Per the Cleveland Plain-Dealer, James Davis is thriving in blitz pick-ups. This is huge, as it strengthens his bid to steal carries from Jamal Lewis. It's very possible that Davis could be Cleveland's starting running back this year, though I'd still like to see him in preseason action. That said, I would highly recommend taking Davis in the latter stages of your draft.

Jermichael Finley, TE, Packers
Jermichael Finley has had a tremendous training camp in all aspects, including blocking. Aaron Rodgers even called him "unguardable." Finley could break into the starting lineup and emerge as a sleeper.

Justin Harper, WR, Ravens
Several sources have cited that Justin Harper has been the most impressive receiver at Ravens training camp. The 6-3, 215-pound Harper doesn't exactly have to leap tall hurdles to break into the starting lineup, so he'll be someone to watch in the preseason.

Knowshon Moreno, RB, Broncos
The Broncos agreed to terms with Knowshon Moreno, the No. 11 running back in my 2009 Fantasy Football Rankings. Moreno will be the centerpiece of Denver's offense, and if Josh Mishandles actually wants to win some football games (his actions this offseason say otherwise), Moreno will be on the field as often as possible. There's no way Correll Buckhalter and LaMont Jordan are getting touches over the No. 12 overall selection.

Willie Parker, RB, Steelers
Willie Parker sat out Saturday's practice with back spasms. Back problems tend to linger, and this is yet another reason not to draft Parker. He's not a three-down back, he's not a factor in the passing game, he doesn't get goal-line carries, he's brittle, and he'll lose touches to Rashard Mendenhall and Mewelde Moore.

Roddy White, WR, Falcons
Roddy White's holdout is over. The talented wideout signed a 6-year, $50 million contract. You should have no concerns now if you're thinking about taking White in the third round of your draft.


AUG. 7

Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Cardinals
One reason I don't like the Cardinals to repeat as NFC West champs is because of Kurt Warner's age (38). Well, apparently, Warner is already breaking down. Warner said he's about "85 percent" right now after hip surgery, and KTAR Sports Radio says he's "slightly hindered."

Warner has played only one full season since 2001, and if he misses some games, Larry Fitzgerald won't come close to producing like a first-round fantasy pick. For this reason, Fitzgerald is being drafted too high in many leagues.

Patriots Defense
The Patriots acquired Derrick Burgess from the Raiders. Burgess is past his prime and injury-prone, but he's definitely an upgrade over what New England had across from Adalius Thomas. The Patriots will get a few more sacks than I originally projected, and should dominate a relatively weak AFC East.

Brian Robiskie, WR, Browns
NFL.com's Pat Kirwan has stated that Brian Robiskie will make a big impact this year. I've been high on Robiskie all summer. Make sure he's on your roster as a backup with a ton of upside.

Eddie Royal, WR, Broncos
Per the AP, Eddie Royal is being used as a centerpiece of Denver's offense in training camp. Royal could be Josh Mishandles' new Wes Welker, and it's not out of the question that he could lead the league in receptions. Royal won't score many touchdowns, but he's a guy you want to have in a PPR league.

Kurt Warner, QB, Cardinals
One reason I don't like the Cardinals to repeat as NFC West champs is because of Kurt Warner's age (38). Well, apparently, Warner is already breaking down. Warner said he's about "85 percent" right now after hip surgery, and KTAR Sports Radio says he's "slightly hindered."

Warner has played only one full season since 2001, so if you draft him as your QB1, make sure you have a solid backup just in case.


AUG. 6

Harry Douglas, WR, Falcons
A day after I praised him, Harry Douglas went down with a torn ACL. He's out for the year.

Earnest Graham, RB, Buccaneers
Earnest Graham received the first-team reps in the goal-line packages. This is huge, as Graham still retains some value, especially in touchdown leagues. Derrick Ward's fantasy owners, meanwhile, should prepared for potential scores getting vultured.

DeSean Jackson, WR, Eagles
Newsday's Bob Glauber claims that DeSean Jackson has reportedly been the best player at Eagles camp. Jackson will never score many touchdowns because of his small frame, but his yardage will increase this year.

Derrick Ward, RB, Buccaneers
Earnest Graham received the first-team reps in the goal-line packages. This is huge, as Graham still retains some value, especially in touchdown leagues. Derrick Ward's fantasy owners, meanwhile, should prepared for potential scores getting vultured.


AUG. 5

Harry Douglas, WR, Falcons
Harry Douglas, Atlanta's starting slot receiver, has been taking Roddy White's reps at flanker during the Pro Bowl wideout's holdout. Douglas has been impressive in training camp, and is definitely worth picking up if White gets hurt this season. Keep an eye on the situation.

Darrius Heyward-Bey, WR, Raiders
Three more drops for Darrius Heyward-Bey in a Tuesday drill. I wonder if there's a record for dropped passes in training camp? If so, Heyward-Bey has to be dangerously close.

Ray Rice, RB, Ravens
Despite Cam Cameron's promise that the Ravens would use a RBBC, Ray Rice has received the majority of the first-team reps in training camp thus far. If Rice is on the board in Rounds 5-6 (PPR league) or Rounds 6-7 (traditional league), don't hesitate to grab him as your RB2 or RB3.

Jonathan Stewart, RB, Panthers
Jonathan Stewart continues to practice once a day because of a lingering Achilles' tendon injury. If Stewart doesn't get a lot of reps in camp and the preseason, it'll be tough for him to take carries away from DeAngelo Williams, which is what I anticipated when I first compiled my 2009 Fantasy Football Rankings back in June. Williams' stock is on the rise, while Stewart suddenly seems shaky in non-touchdown leagues.

Amani Toomer, WR, Chiefs
Amani Toomer gets an up arrow by default because he was actually signed by someone (Kansas City). Unfortunately, Toomer is 35 and probably won't contribute much to his new team.

DeAngelo Williams, RB, Panthers
Jonathan Stewart continues to practice once a day because of a lingering Achilles' tendon injury. If Stewart doesn't get a lot of reps in camp and the preseason, it'll be tough for him to take carries away from DeAngelo Williams, which is what I anticipated when I first compiled my 2009 Fantasy Football Rankings back in June. Williams' stock is on the rise, while Stewart suddenly seems shaky in non-touchdown leagues.


AUG. 4

James Davis, RB, Browns
Per the Cleveland Plain Dealer, James Davis has really impressed Eric Mangini with his "quick feet and aggressive running." Jamal Lewis stinks and Jerome Harrison is not an every-down back, so it's conceivable that Davis could win the starting job. He's a guy to keep an eye on toward the end of your fantasy draft.

Eagles Defense
As if the Eagles defense didn't have enough problems with the passing of Jim Johnson, middle linebacker Stewart Bradley is out for the year with an ACL tear. Bradley impacts Philadelphia's ability to stop the run, but the team should still accumulate tons of sacks and a few kick returns. New defensive coordinator Sean McDermott is a disciple of Johnson's, and will carry on the same scheme. If anything, Johnson's passing and Bradley's injury could allow you to grab this defense in the 12th or 13th round of your draft.

Bobby Engram, WR, Chiefs
Matt Cassel and Bobby Engram have reportedly bonded on the field at training camp. The two have hooked up a lot thus far (not that there's anything wrong with that.) This makes sense, as Cassel can't throw the ball effectively longer than 10 yards.

Darrius Heyward-Bey, WR, Raiders
Darrius Heyward-Bey dropped four more passes on Monday. Well, at least his 40 time is still awesome.

Marshawn Lynch, RB, Bills
It's official - Marshawn Lynch will in fact miss three games this season for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy. Lynch is being drafted a lot higher than he should be, considering the risk that Fred Jackson could steal a decent amount of his carries. You should avoid Lynch this year.

LeSean McCoy, RB, Eagles
The Eagles have been raving about LeSean McCoy's ability to pick up blitzes thus far. That aspect was a concern going into training camp, so it looks like McCoy is silencing his doubters. If Andy Reid is content with McCoy's pass-protection skills, the rookie runner will be on the field more than Brian Westbrook owners would like.

Panthers Defense
Panthers defensive tackle Maake Kemoeatu is out for the year. Carolina was already pretty thin up front, so this really complicates matters. Avoid Carolina's defense unless you're in a really deep league.

Steve Slaton, RB, Texans
Steve Slaton, listed around 205-210 last year, reported to camp weighing 224 pounds. Before you start cracking LenDale White-type jokes, know that the weight gain was intentional; Slaton wants all of the goal-line work this season, and with his added mass, it looks like he'll get the opportunity.

Devin Thomas, WR, Redskins
Devin Thomas has reportedly improved his approach to the game; unlike last year, he's receptive in meetings and is showing 100-percent effort in drills. The Washington Post expects Thomas to start across from Santana Moss, making him a decent late-round sleeper. We'll see how he plays in the preseason. I'll keep you updated of course.

Ben Utecht, TE, Bengals
Reggie Kelly, the Bengals' top blocking tight end, could be out for the year. With Kelly gone, Ben Utecht will be asked to help out more in pass protection, thus nullifying any sort of chance for a breakout season. Not that he had much of a shot in the first place...

Brian Westbrook, RB, Eagles
The Eagles have been raving about LeSean McCoy's ability to pick up the blitzes thus far. That aspect was a concern going into training camp, so it looks like McCoy is silencing his doubters. If Andy Reid is content with McCoy's pass-protection skills, the rookie runner will be on the field more than Brian Westbrook owners would like.



2009 Fantasy Football Training Camp Stock - Week of July 27


AUG. 3

Darrius Heyward-Bey, WR, Raiders
Darrius Heyward-Bey dropped three passes in one drill on Sunday. It's hard to imagine such a great draft steal like Heyward-Bey dropping so many balls. Must be another one of Pete Rozelle's conspiracies.

In all seriousness, if you're thinking about drafting Heyward-Bey, even as a late-round flier, lay off the crack pipe.

Brandon Marshall, WR, Broncos
Per the Denver Post, Brandon Marshall limped off the field Sunday morning and was favoring his surgically repaired left hip. As if the Broncos needed any more bad news. According to medical experts, including the man who operated on the Denver wideout, Marshall probably won't be completely healthy until October. Playing hurt could set Marshall back.


AUG. 2

Bernard Berrian, WR, Vikings
A Vikings defensive lineman rolled over Tarvaris Jackson's knee in practice. It's believed that Jackson sprained his MCL, but I'll keep you updated. If Jackson's out, Bernard Berrian's fantasy status could be safe with a legitimate quarterback under center in Sage Rosenfails.

Keenan Burton, WR, Rams
Laurent Robinson lined up as the No. 2 wideout instead of Keenan Burton. Robinson, Burton and newly signed Ronald Curry will all be competing for the right to start across from Donnie Avery. This is a situation to avoid unless one of them lights it up in the preseason. I'll keep you apprised, but for now, stay away.

Derrick Mason, WR, Ravens
Despite announcing his retirement a few weeks ago, Derrick Mason has revealed that he will play in 2009. Mason remains a very good WR3 (or a WR2 in PPR leagues). Feel free to draft him in Rounds 7-9.

Greg Olsen, TE, Bears
As expected, Jay Cutler's first option on almost every play in training camp thus far has been Greg Olsen. Olsen could be poised for a huge year because Cutler loves giving it to his tight ends. Not that there's anything wrong with that.

Sage Rosenfails, QB, Vikings
A Vikings defensive lineman rolled over Tarvaris Jackson's knee in practice. It's believed that Jackson sprained his MCL, but I'll keep you updated. If Sage Rosenfails is given the chance to start all 16 games, he could put up pretty solid numbers and function well as a QB2 (especially in a league where you don't get penalized for interceptions).


AUG. 1

Owen Daniels, TE, Texans
Owen Daniels, unhappy with his contract, reported to training camp. Daniels is still a fringe TE1 who is not an end-zone option.

Thomas Jones, RB, Jets
Thomas Jones, who threatened to hold out in the spring, reported to training camp. This is good news for Jones owners, but he's still going to lose touches to Leon Washington and goal-line opportunities to Shonn Greene. He's going a lot earlier than he should in most leagues, and I'd still recommend staying away.

Peyton Manning, QB, Colts
So much for Tom Moore and Howard Mudd not being around... Moore and Mudd, the former Colts offensive coordinator and offensive line coach (respectively) will be with the team as consultants in 2009. All worries that Indianapolis' offense will suffer any sort of dropoff this year should now be quelled.

Carson Palmer, QB, Bengals
According to the Cincinnati Enquirer's Joe Reedy, "Carson Palmer had some good velocity on the ball and overthrew receivers a couple times." This is good news, as Palmer was hampered by an elbow injury last year. Palmer is a solid QB1 with a lot of upside who can be drafted in Round 8. Chad Ochocinco also looked good.

Leon Washington, RB, Jets
Leon Washington, disgruntled with his contract, reported to training camp. Washington's a good option in PPR leagues, but with Thomas Jones and Shonn Greene in the mix, don't get carried away.


JULY 31

Chad Ochocinco, WR, Bengals
Chad Ochocinco reported to Bengals camp on Thursday. The fact that he's there is good news enough; he hinted that he wouldn't show up on time as soon as Wednesday night on his live chat.

As long as Carson Palmer stays healthy, Ochocinco should have a bounce-back season; despite the fact that he's insane, he's still incredibly talented. He's also going later than he should in many fantasy drafts.

Greg Olsen, TE, Bears
Lovie Smith and offensive coordinator Ron Turner have been giddy about Greg Olsen's role in the offense all offseason. Olsen will be lining up in the slot a lot, which will present matchup problems for opposing defenses. Olsen can be obtained in Rounds 7-8 and he has a ton of upside.

JaMarcus Russell, QB, Raiders
Per Raiders beat writer Jerry McDonald, JaMarcus Russell is once again - surprise - out of shape. Russell even said that he's "probably a little heavy." Who saw that coming?

Russell is a fat slob who doesn't care about working hard or studying film. He should not be on anyone's fantasy radar this year.


JULY 30

Braylon Edwards, WR, Browns
So, it's your contract year. Do you: A) Work hard and stay in top shape so you can get paid? B) Play pick-up basketball games and run the risk of getting injured? or C) Fail to stay in shape so that you can't pass your physical?

The obvious answer is A, but Braylon Edwards apparently wasn't smart enough to figure that out. Edwards failed his physical today after suffering an ankle injury playing basketball. While Edwards should be fine for the regular season, it just goes to show how stupid he is. I was expecting a bounce-back season from Edwards, but now I'm not so confident.

Hakeem Nicks, WR, Giants
Giants beat writer Ralph Vacchiano on Hakeem Nicks' impact this year:

"The Giants do think Nicks is polished enough and NFL-ready enough to take on more. Ideally, hed challenge for a starting job because as one member of the Giants organization told me before the draft most of the receivers currently on the Giants roster are 2s, 3s and 4s. ... The point is the internal expectations and hopes for Nicks are high. If hes as good as they think he is, the Giants will have no problem giving him a very significant role this year."

I've liked Nicks all along as a Round 10-12 sleeper receiver with a ton of upside, and hearing this from Vacchiano is really encouraging.


JULY 29

Bernard Berrian, WR, Vikings
Brett Favre told Brad Clueless that he doesn't plan to unretire. This doesn't mean that he won't play for the Vikings this season - it's very possible that he could change his mind yet again soon - but he won't have the entire duration of training camp to get comfortable with Bernard Berrian.

Assuming Sage Rosenfails beats out Tarvaris Jackson, Berrian should still post solid numbers this year, but the possibility of Favre throwing long bombs to the former Bears wideout is shrinking.

Sage Rosenfails, QB, Vikings
With Brett Favre temporarily re-retiring from the NFL, Sage Rosenfails becomes more appealing as a backup fantasy quarterback. Just don't get too excited; Favre could be back any second.


JULY 28

Michael Crabtree, WR, 49ers
As if Michael Crabtree didn't have enough to overcome in terms of transitioning from Texas Tech's gimmick offense to an NFL pro-style attack... there are growing concerns that Crabtree will hold out for an extended period of time. Per the Denver Post, Crabtree is looking for top-three money despite being drafted 10th overall. Crabtree's reasoning is that he should have been taken atop the draft, so the fact that he slipped shouldn't affect his monetary status. The 49ers, understandably, disagree.

I already disliked Crabtree's 2009 fantasy prospects, so this pretty much seals the deal on his 2009 bust status. Josh Morgan is the 49ers receiver you want to own.

Daunte Culpepper, QB, Lions
This could be the only time I mention Daunte Culpepper all summer, but it's worth noting that MLive.com's Tom Kowalski believes Matt Stafford will be the starter in Week 1. Either way, this is a situation to avoid until Detroit proves that it's capable of protecting its quarterback.

Also, don't worry about Calvin Johnson. Either quarterback will get him the ball.

Josh Morgan, WR, 49ers
Details listed in the Michael Crabtree write-up.

Brian Westbrook, RB, Eagles
A month ago, there was speculation that Brian Westbrook wouldn't be ready for the regular season. However, Westbrook is already out of his walking boot and is currently working out. He was also not placed on the PUP list, indicating that Westbrook could be ready by mid-August, which is what Andy Reid has been saying all along.



2009 Fantasy Football Training Camp Stock - Week of July 13


JULY 14

Derrick Mason, WR, Ravens
News broke Monday afternoon that Derrick Mason planned to retire from the NFL. A few hours later, the Ravens denied this ever happened, stating that Mason never filed any paperwork. In the evening, Mason said in an interview that he wasn't "100-percent sure" about retiring, but he was leaning toward that route.

I'm going to hold off on raising the stocks of Mark Clayton and Demetrius Williams, but I'll lower Mason's. Don't draft him early in any leagues; take him as a late-round flier only until further notice.



2009 Fantasy Football Training Camp Stock - Week of July 6


JULY 7

Knowshon Moreno, RB, Broncos
Josh McDaniels called Knowshon Moreno a "three-down back" recently. This isn't really breaking news; Moreno has been in the top 10 of my 2009 Fantasy Football Running Back Rankings for a while now. Maybe ESPN will move him up from No. 29, and finally acknowledge that Correll Buckhalter won't be receiving a bulk of the workload.

The only question with Moreno is whether or not he'll get goal-line carries. Right now, it looks like Peyton Hillis and LaMont Jordan are the favorites, but Moreno is far too talented to be counted out.

Eddie Royal, WR, Broncos
It appears as though Eddie Royal will be playing in the slot this season, essentially occupying Wes Welker's role in Denver. Kyle Orton has no arm strength, so Royal could be a dangerous threat in PPR leagues this year. Don't expect many touchdowns though.



2009 Fantasy Football Training Camp Stock - Week of June 7


JUNE 7

Josh Morgan, WR, 49ers
When the 49ers drafted Michael Crabtree, I thought Josh Morgan would be out of the picture; after all, you don't sit a No. 10 overall pick on the bench, and the team just signed Brandon Jones to a $16 million deal.

However, Morgan has been lining up at flanker at OTAs, allowing Crabtree to be the split end. It appears as though the 49ers are doing everything in their power to have the two ultra-talented wideouts on the field at the same time, despite Jones' new contract.

Ray Rice, RB, Ravens
As predicted, Ray Rice is currently running with the first team. With Le'Ron McClain moving to fullback and Willis McGahee receiving less of a workload late in 2008, it seems like a given that Rice will lead Baltimore in carries in 2009.

John Harbaugh apparently liked what he saw out of Rice when his second-year runner was practicing with the first team:

"People see him as a third-down back because of the success he had last year, but I dont think we have any question that he can be an every-down back," Harbaugh said.

Take Rice in the seventh or eighth round of your draft as a sleeper running back; I doubt you'll be disappointed.

Brian Westbrook, RB, Eagles
If you haven't heard, Brian Westbrook recently had ankle surgery. Some sources are citing that the Eagles aren't worried about it. Others claim that Westbrook won't be 100 percent by the start of the season.

Let's look at the facts - have the Eagles signed Edgerrin James or another running back? No. If Andy Reid was really worried about Westbrook's ankle, would he have signed a veteran? Absolutely. Big Red is a stubborn man, and he's not going to play LeSean McCoy much until he learns how to block - which is a weakness of his right now.

Per PhiladelphiaEagles.com, the team has said that they're not worried about Westbrook. Now, am I bit concerned that he'll wear down? Absolutely. But I wouldn't completely avoid him if he fell to me in the middle of the second round either.

If your fellow fantasy owners panic, don't hesitate to take Westbrook if he falls to you in the second round.



Be sure to check out my other 2009 Fantasy Football articles, which will include mock drafts, rankings, sleepers, busts, cheat sheets and other things.





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