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Arizona Cardinals:
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5/17: Carson Palmer told the media that John Brown looks stronger and more explosive. -
Brown was sick all last year with a sickle-cell issue, so he seems poised to have a bounce-back 2017 campaign. The only issue is whether Palmer will keep regressing. Check out our 2017 Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings. -Walter




Atlanta Falcons:
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6/19: Matt Ryan told the media that Austin Hooper has "improved exponentially" this offseason. -
Hooper's ADP is absurdly low at 14.01. He has great athleticism and plays in a high-powered offense, so the sky is the limit for him in his sophomore campaign. -Walter




Baltimore Ravens:
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6/8: The Ravens and Jets have had trade talks regarding Eric Decker. - Albert Breer, MMQB
If these teams strike a deal, it'll be interesting to see what the Ravens surrender, given that New York's trade value for Decker took a hit when there was a leaked report about him being cut or dealt by the end of the week. -Walter


6/7: The Ravens are leaning toward Eric Decker over Jeremy Maclin. - Jamison Hensley, ESPN
These players are rated identically in my NFL Free Agent Wide Receiver Rankings, and I imagine that teams would split over whom they'd favor. The Bills appear to be closing in on Maclin, making the Ravens the likely favorites to land Decker if/when he's released. -Walter


5/25: Danny Woodhead is practicing fully. - Ryan Mink, BaltimoreRavens.com
Woodhead tore his ACL in Week 2, but he appears to be completely recovered. He'll be a nice PPR target as a big part of Baltimore's offense. Remember, Kenneth Dixon is suspended for the first four games of the season. Check out our Fantasy Football Running Back Rankings, which were updated today. -Walter








Buffalo Bills:
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6/15: Sammy Watkins took the majority of the snaps during Wednesday's practice. - John Kryk, Toronto Sun
This is a great sign for Watkins, who was battling an injury. Unfortunately, Watkins is very unreliable, so even this good news needs to be taken with a grain of salt. -Walter


6/8: Sammy Watkins and Zay Jones returned to practice this week. - Joe Buscaglia, WKBW Buffalo
Watkins still isn't out of the woods, as he could aggravate his troublesome foot. However, Jones' quick recovery is very encouraging. He'll move up a bit in the 2017 Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings soon. -Walter


6/6: Jeremy Maclin is visiting the Bills. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
The fit makes sense, as the Bills need a receiver with Sammy Watkins injured, and Maclin would reunite with LeSean McCoy and Sean McDermott. Unfortunately, this is not great from a fantasy perspective. Here are three other teams that make sense for Jeremy Maclin. -Walter


6/4: LeSean McCoy told the media that he's been recruiting Jeremy Maclin to play for the Bills. -
Maclin must be hoping he has better suitors than a middling team with a meddlesome owner. I listed the Bills as one of the four teams that make sense for Jeremy Maclin. Sammy Watkins and Zay Jones are both hurt, and it doesn't seem like Watkins will be around for much longer anyway. Plus, Maclin would be reunited with both McCoy and Sean McDermott. -Walter


5/18: Zay Jones is week-to-week with a knee sprain. -
Both Buffalo wide receivers are hurt, as Sammy Watkins is missing time with a foot issue. Jones should be ready for training camp, but as a rookie, he needs all the reps he can get. -Walter




Carolina Panthers:
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6/19: Kelvin Benjamin has worked himself into shape. - Joe Person, Charlotte Observer
There were reports earlier in the offseason that Benjamin was 280 pounds. That apparently is not the case anymore, but Benjamin isn't out of the woods yet. Benjamin had similar sloth-like issues last offseason and got into shape, but had issues during real action. Benjamin will move up in the Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings, but I'm cautious about him. -Walter


5/18: Kelvin Benjamin told the media that he knows he needs to be in the best shape of his life. -
Benjamin showed up to workouts at 280 pounds, reportedly, but he apparently been working out harder to lose weight. Our Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings are available here. -Walter


5/1: Kelvin Benjamin has shown up to pre-draft workouts at 280 pounds. - Dov Kleiman, NFL reporter
If Benjamin has aspirations to become an offensive tackle, he hasn't informed anyone about it. Just 15-20 more pounds, Kelvin, you're almost there! In all seriousness, Benjamin has been overweight before, but never like this. Coincidentally, the Panthers drafted a receiver and haven't picked up his fifth-year option yet. Benjamin might have some late-round value because of this - he'll be avoided in most drafts - but he shouldn't be chosen early at all until he gets his weight under control. -Walter




Chicago Bears:
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6/16: Kevin White is at "full speed." - Rich Campbell, Chicago Tribune
White has struggled to stay healthy, playing four of 32 potential games in his career thus far. However, it sounds like he's 100 percent now, so he's worth a shot at his 12.01 ADP. -Walter


5/14: John Fox praised Kevin White's offseason. -
Fox called White "very healthy" and said that he has been working very hard this spring. White completely bombed last year, but that could mean that he might provide a ton of value late in fantasy drafts this summer. With Alshon Jeffery gone, he's the No. 1 receiver. Our 2017 Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings are updated. -Walter








Cincinnati Bengals:
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6/15: Joe Mixon has looked like a "beast." - Albert Breer, MMQB
That's hardly a surprise, as Mixon was a top-10 talent who fell because of his infamous incident. With Jeremy Hill being lackluster and Giovani Bernard recovering from a torn ACL, it's not out of the question that Mixon could be the starter Week 1. He'll be moving up the Fantasy Football Running Back Rankings. -Walter


6/13: John Ross may not be ready for the start of training camp because of shoulder surgery. - Geoff Hobson, Bengals.com
Rookie receivers being behind in practice reps is never a good thing. Ross could be a quick study, but it sounds like he should drop in the Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings. -Walter


5/23: Tyler Eifert told the media that he isn't sure if he'll be ready for training camp. -
Eifert is coming off back surgery, which is pretty scary. Eifert's durability is definitely a huge question mark, as he has missed 26 games over the past three seasons. There's no guarantee he'll be ready for Week 1, and even if he is, he may not be 100 percent.  -Walter




Cleveland Browns:
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6/7: Brock Osweiler has been the most impressive quarterback at Browns OTAs. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
I guess this is like saying Jon Snow is the smartest Stark male. Osweiler doesn't have much competition, as he's battling a late-round prospect chosen in the third round and a raw rookie second-rounder. DeShone Kizer will probably finish as the starter at the end of the year, but Osweiler appears to be favored to start the opener. -Walter


6/1: Corey Coleman is dealing with hamstring and middle-body injuries. - Mary Kay Cabot , Cleveland Plain-Dealer
Here we go again. Coleman suffered through multiple injuries as a rookie, and now he's hurt again. I wouldn't mind selecting him in the late rounds, but Coleman is too much of a risk at his current ADP (8.11). Coleman is in the 40s of my Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings. -Walter


5/27: DeShone Kizer is on the "fast track" to winning the Browns' starting quarterback job. - Mary Kay Cabot , Cleveland Plain-Dealer
Cabot, along with Michael Silver, were the only ones who definitively said that the Browns were going to select Myles Garrett No. 1 overall, so this story is legit. Hue Jackson called Kizer a "quick study," and it's not like Kizer has much competition on his hands, despite what Brock Osweiler thinks of himself. -Walter




Dallas Cowboys:
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5/24: Ezekiel Elliott injured his head during a car accident Sunday night, and he will be held out of practice for the time being. - Nick Eatman, DallasCowboys.com
Elliott was the passenger during the accident, but this is his second off-field incident during the offseason, and he's still under investigation for assault. Elliott is a great player, but comes with more risk this season, including the projected decline of Dallas' offensive line. Elliott is behind both David Johnson and Le'Veon Bell in our Fantasy Football Running Back Rankings. -Walter








Houston Texans:
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5/15: Bill O'Brien told the media that D'Onta Foreman reported to Texans minicamp out of shape. -
This could be an instance of a coach being intentionally demanding of a rookie, or Foreman could really just be out of shape. Either way, this isn't a good start for Foreman's bid to become Houston's No. 2 running back. That said, he'll still have a great chance to overtake Alfred Blue if he gets into shape and has a nice preseason. Our Fantasy Football Running Back Rankings are available here. -Walter




Indianapolis Colts:
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6/16: Christine Michael has been placed on injured reserve. -
So much for Michael finally panning out in Indianapolis. It's unclear what the injury is, but Michael won't be able to replace the 34-year-old Frank Gore. -Walter


6/15: Phillip Dorsett is missing time with a hamstring injury. - George Bremer, Herald-Bulletin
Here we go again. Dorsett's absence means that Kamar Aiken is getting more of an opportunity. Aiken is in the Fantasy Football Sleepers List. -Walter


6/13: Andrew Luck wasn't committal when asked if he would be ready for the start of training camp. - Zak Keefer, Indianapolis Star
Luck is coming off shoulder surgery and has lost some weight this offseason. He'll probably ready for Week 1, but this is slightly concerning, as Luck may not be 100 percent to start the year. -Walter




Jacksonville Jaguars:
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5/27: Allen Hurns has bulked up this offseason to avoid injuries. - John Reid, Florida Times Union
Hurns' hamstring helped ruined his 2016 campaign, which apparently served as a wake-up call. Hurns could provide value as a late-round pick; his ADP is currently at 14.01. Check out our Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings here. -Walter






Kansas City Chiefs:
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5/24: Kareem Hunt has already impressed with short-area burst and balance. - Terez Paylor, Kansas City Star
ESPN's Adam Teicher, meanwhile, has predicted that Hunt will lead Kansas City in rushing. Hunt is the Chiefs running back to own, but he'll split the workload with Spencer Ware, at least early in the season. Our 2017 Fantasy Football Running Back Rankings are available here. -Walter




Los Angeles Chargers:
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6/6: Mike Williams is dealing with a mild disc herniation in his back. -
It's amazing that even the new Charger players are prone to injury. The coaching staff has said that Williams will miss the rest of the offseason program, and it's unclear when he'll be ready to return. The missed reps will certainly hurt Williams in the early going, meaning he's nothing but a late-round flier for now. He'll drop in the Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings. -Walter


5/24: Mike Williams has been out for a couple of weeks with tightness in his back. -
Williams hurt his back during the first week of rookie minicamp, and hasn't been seen since. This wouldn't be a huge issue for a veteran, but Williams needs the reps to make an impact early in the year. Our updated Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings are available here. -Walter


5/15: Mike Williams is not projected as a starter for the Chargers. - Eric Williams, ESPN
Uhh... what? Why would the Chargers pass on Malik Hooker to select a receiver No. 7 overall whom they wouldn't even play over Tyrell Williams and Travis Benjamin? I'll still find it shocking if Mike Williams doesn't contribute a good amount as a rookie. You can check out our Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings here. -Walter




Miami Dolphins:
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5/24: Adam Gase told the media that Jay Ajayi could see as many as 350 carries in 2017. -
That's a lot of carries, as Ajayi had 260 in 2016. In fact, it's too many; his 2018 campaign could be adversely affected if he receives such an enormous workload. However, it's great for his 2017 fantasy owners. There's some concern with his offensive line, but Ajayi's volume should make up for it. Check out the Fantasy Football Running Back Rankings for more. -Walter






Minnesota Vikings:
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6/18: Mike Zimmer told the media that Kyle Rudolph put a lot of work into his blocking this offseason. -
I heard at the Super Bowl that Rudolph was pissed about not being voted into the Pro Bowl. Rudolph is working harder than ever before to prove the doubters wrong, and it seems like he'll have a big year as a result. -Walter


6/1: Latavius Murray is hoping to be ready during training camp at some point. - Chris Tomasson, St. Paul Pioneer Press
Murray just got out of a walking boot after ankle surgery. He was expected to be ready by training camp, but there's been a delay in his recovery, apparently. This will give Dalvin Cook the time he needs to supplant Murray, who is lower in my Fantasy Football Running Back Rankings than in most places. He will be on the fantasy football busts list, which will be released tomorrow. -Walter


5/25: Vikings offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur told the media that he's been very impressed with Laquon Treadwell this offseason. -
There was a video circulating of Treadwell beating Xavier Rhodes for a deep pass. Treadwell caught only one pass last year, but he was a first-round pick and could rebound in his second season. Check out our updated Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings. -Walter




New England Patriots:
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6/6: Mike Gillislee has the inside track to be New England's starting running back.
- Jim McBride, Boston Globe
Gillislee is the running back to own for fantasy purposes, as he'll be taking LeGarrette Blount's role in the red zone. Just keep in mind, however, that he could vanish for fumbling. -Walter




New Orleans Saints:
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6/8: Adrian Peterson's new teammates have gushed over how great he has looked at OTAs. - Nick Underhill, New Orleans Advocate
Peterson is clearly motivated following a lost 2016 season, so it's reasonable to expect big things from him this year. Peterson is 32, and there have been running backs who have played on a high level into their 30s. Frank Gore, for example, just gained 1,000 rushing yards at the age of 33. Peterson will share touches with Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara, but he's worth a shot with his fourth-round ADP. He's likely to move up soon in the Fantasy Football Running Back Rankings. -Walter






New York Giants:
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6/11: The Giants have been working on more two-tight end sets at OTAs. - Jordan Raanan, ESPN
This impacts Sterling Shepard, as he's the third receiver in New York's offense now that Brandon Marshall is on the team. Shepard will move down in the Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings. -Walter


6/9: Evan Engram has been extremely impressive at OTAs, per multiple reports. -
Drawing Jordan Reed comparisons, Engram has been a major standout. I'm not a fan of rookie tight ends, but he's worth a shot at his 13.10 ADP. -Walter




New York Jets:
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6/8: The Ravens and Jets have had trade talks regarding Eric Decker. - Albert Breer, MMQB
If these teams strike a deal, it'll be interesting to see what the Ravens surrender, given that New York's trade value for Decker took a hit when there was a leaked report about him being cut or dealt by the end of the week. -Walter




Oakland Raiders:
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5/14: Elijah Hood impressed coaches at Raiders minicamp. - Albert Breer, MMQB
Hood was a seventh-round pick, so he still has a lot of work to do to be relevant, but it wouldn't be the craziest thing in the world if he contributed this season. Marshawn Lynch is the lead back, but he hasn't played well since 2014. Oakland's other running backs are underwhelming as well. Fantasy Football Running Back Rankings are available here. -Walter




Philadelphia Eagles:
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6/27: Alshon Jeffery has had the best offseason of his career, according to his long-time receivers coach. -
Mike Groh has worked with Jeffery for almost five years, so this carries some weight. Jeffery will be paired with the best quarterback of his career thus far, and he seems poised for a great year. -Walter


6/18: Torrey Smith isn't a lock for a starting job. - Jeff McLane, Philadelphia Inquirer
This is a bit surprising, but it's not the greatest shock in the world, considering how poorly he played in San Francisco. Smith is still the favorite to be the No. 2 wideout, but he's being pushed by Nelson Agholor, who has thrived in OTAs. -Walter


6/13: Zach Ertz has been Carson Wentz's top target at OTAs. - Jeff McLane, Philadelphia Inquirer
Wentz and Ertz developed a great rapport at the end of the 2016 season, with Ertz catching an average of eight passes per game over the final five weeks. Ertz is bound for a great 2017 campaign, and he'll move up the Fantasy Football Tight End Rankings. -Walter


6/13: Alshon Jeffery stood out at OTAs. - Jimmy Kempski, The Philly Voice
Doug Pederson agreed, praising Jeffery. There was a report last week that Jeffery wasn't impressive, but apparently, all other reports say otherwise. -Walter


6/9: Alshon Jeffery hasn't been very impressive at OTAs. - Eliot Shorr-Parks, NJ.com
Jeffery hasn't been bad, but hasn't really stood out either, per reports. He's probably a bit overrated right now, as he may have to drop in the Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings. -Walter


5/27: Carson Wentz's mechanics have looked better in OTAs, and he has looked stronger overall. - Jeff McLane, Philadelphia Daily News
Unlike other quarterbacks from the 2016 NFL Draft who partied at the Super Bowl, Wentz actually cares about his career, so he has worked hard this entire offseason. It seems like his tireless work ethic has paid off, and thanks to an improved receiving corps, Wentz seems poised for a big 2017 campaign. Wentz's ADP is 12.01, which is absurdly late. Check out our Fantasy Football Quarterback Rankings. -Walter


5/17: The Eagles signed LeGarrette Blount. -
Blount becomes an intriguing RB3, as he figures to have a high touchdown count behind Philadelphia's prolific offensive line. Wendell Smallwood takes the biggest hit, as he was the logical starter prior to this move with Ryan Mathews on his way out. Our 2017 Fantasy Football Running Back Rankings will be updated shortly to reflect this. -Walter


5/1: The Eagles are expected to release Ryan Mathews. - Jimmy Kempski, Philly Voice
Despite failing to obtain a running back until Day 3 of the draft, it appears as though the Eagles are done with Mathews. Wendell Smallwood is a nice sleeper, as all the Eagles have otherwise at the position are Darren Sproles and rookie Donnel Pumphrey. -Walter




Pittsburgh Steelers:
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5/23: Martavis Bryant has packed on 10 pounds of muscle this offseason, checking in at 225. - Dale Lolley, Observer-Reporter
It's nice that Bryant has spent time working out rather than getting into trouble. This should make fantasy owners more secure in drafting him. Our Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings are available here. -Walter




San Francisco 49ers:
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6/27: Rookie tight end George Kittle has flashed at 49ers' OTAs and could be a starter this year. - Joe Fann, 49ers.com
Kittle isn't worth drafting in regular leagues, but he should be considered in keeper and dynasty formats. Kittle could post big numbers in 2018, especially if he's paired with Kirk Cousins. -Walter


6/15: Matt Breida has been extremely impressive at OTAs. - Matt Barrows, Sacramento Bee
Breida has making numerous great plays on a daily basis, particularly as a receiver coming out of the backfield. Neither Frank Gore nor Joe Williams is a natural pass-catcher, so Breida, who is extremely athletic, could serve in a prominent role this season. He'll need to beat out Tim Hightower to be a factor, so he's someone to watch in the preseason. -Walter


5/31: Carlos Hyde has been the slowest and most indecisive running back on the team at OTAs. - Grant Cohn, Santa Rosa Press-Democrat
Hyde is being criminally overdrafted, as people haven't paid attention to Tony Pauline's report that the 49ers don't view him as a good fit on the team. I'm lower than most on Hyde in my Fantasy Football Running Back Rankings, and he'll be listed in my fantasy busts, which will be released Friday. -Walter


5/18: Joe Williams has a strong chance to immediately unseat Carlos Hyde. - Matt Maiocco, CSN Bay Area
Williams is someone to target in the middle rounds of fantasy drafts, though his ADP could begin to push upward. Kyle Shanahan specifically asked John Lynch to draft Williams in the fourth round despite his character issues, and Tony Pauline reported earlier that the 49ers don't believe Hyde is a good fit for their offense. Williams will move up our Fantasy Football Running Back Rankings shortly. -Walter




Seattle Seahawks:
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6/9: Thomas Rawls has been explosive at OTAs. - Gregg Bell, The Tacoma News Tribune
Rawls, highly motivated at blowing an opportunity last year, has been the top running back during Seahawks practices. Rawls at his 9.11 ADP is much more appealing than Eddie Lacy at 4.03. C.J. Prosise, meanwhile, is listed in the Fantasy Football Sleepers. -Walter


6/4: Eddie Lacy is attempting to lose weight by doing the P90X 30-day challenge. - Gregg Bell, Tacoma News Tribune
It would be nice if Lacy stopped eating cheeseburgers, too. Lacy has weight conditions in his contract, so it's possible that he could have a rebound season. However, he'll be sharing touches with two other running backs, which is why he has a spot in my Fantasy Football Busts List. -Walter


5/15: Eddie Lacy has checked in at 253 pounds, triggering a $55,000 bonus. - , SportsTrust Advisors
Lacy had to be under 255 pounds to achieve this bonus, so he just barely got there. The fact that Lacy barely scraped by to pick up $55,000 doesn't bode well for him this season. The Seahawks have said they want Lacy at 245 during the year, so we'll see if he gets there. I have my doubts. -Walter




Tampa Bay Buccaneers:
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6/15: Doug Martin has been very explosive at Buccaneers OTAs. - Jenna Laine, ESPN
Laine has tweeted numerous times about how impressive Martin has been. It's not that surprising that Martin would rededicate himself after his lost 2016 campaign. He's a nice bounce-back candidate. -Walter


6/11: Cameron Brate may keep the starting tight end job to start the season. - Trevor Sikkema, Pewter Report
Jameis Winston has a great rapport with Brate, and O.J. Howard may need some time to develop. Howard's usage will increase as the year progresses, but it's looking like Evan Engram is the rookie tight end to own. -Walter


6/2: The Buccaneers receiver who has made the most great plays in OTAs has been Chris Godwin. - Rick Stroud, Tampa Bay Times
Yes, this includes Mike Evans and DeSean Jackson. Godwin has been terrific by all accounts, as Jameis Winston called him "amazing." I wouldn't spend anything more than a very late pick on Godwin right now - he currently has no ADP - but if the third-round rookie impresses during live action during the preseason, I will move him up my Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings. -Walter




Washington Redskins:
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6/27: Jamison Crowder will "definitely" be targeted more than Terrelle Pryor. - Rich Tandler, CSN Mid-Atlantic
Tandler is probably right, and Crowder and his ADP of 7.08 provides more value than Pryor and his 3.09 ADP. -Walter


6/13: Jordan Reed and Jamison Crowder have been Kirk Cousins' preferred targets at OTAs. - Mike Jones, Washington Post
Reed is hardly a surprise, but Crowder might be, given that the Redskins signed Terrelle Pryor this offseason. Crowder and his ADP of 7.10 provides more value than Pryor and his 3.11. -Walter


6/1: Robert Kelley has decreased his body fat from 18 to 13 percent.  - John Keim, ESPN
Robert Kelley is "Fat Rob" no more! While many are anointing Samaje Perine as the Redskins' starting running back, Kelley is doing everything in his power to fend the rookie off. Kelley's current ADP is 5.11, which seems like solid value. -Walter


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Other 2015 Mock Drafts: Charlie Campbell (4/30) /Goals (4/25) /Not Mock (4/19) /Emmitt Mock (4/17) /Trades Mock (4/12) /Celebrity Mock (4/10) /Backward Mock (4/3) /April Fools Mock (4/1) /Free Agent Mock (3/5) /Overreaction Mock (12/29)
2016 NFL Mock Draft (UPDATED 4/28): Round 1 /Picks 17-32 /Round 2 /Round 3 /Round 4 /Round 5 /Round 6 /Round 7
2016 NFL Mock Re-Draft (UPDATED 4/30): Walt Round 4 /Walt Round 5 /Charlie Round 4 /Charlie Round 5 /Walt Round 2 /Walt Round 3 /Charlie Round 2 /Charlie Round 3
Other 2016 Mock Drafts: Charlie Campbell (4/28) /Combo (5/8) /Goals (4/23) /Not Mock (4/22) /Emmitt Mock (4/17) /Trades Mock (4/16) /Celebrity Mock (4/10) /Backward Mock (4/7) /April Fools Mock (4/1) /Reader Mock /Free Agent Mock (3/6) /Overreaction Mock (1/4)
2017 NFL Mock Draft (UPDATED 4/27): Round 1 /Picks 17-32 /Round 2 /Round 3 /Round 4 /Round 5 /Round 6 /Round 7
2017 NFL Mock Re-Draft (UPDATED 4/29): Walt Round 4 /Walt Round 5 /Charlie Round 4 /Charlie Round 5 /Walt Round 2 /Walt Round 3 /Charlie Round 2 /Charlie Round 3
Other 2017 Mock Drafts: Charlie Campbell (4/27) /Combo (5/7) /Goals (4/22) /Not Mock (4/21) /Emmitt Mock (4/16) /Backward Mock (4/9) /Celebrity Mock (4/7) /April Fools Mock (4/1) /Reader Mock /Free Agent Mock (3/7) /Overreaction Mock (1/2)
2018 NFL Mock Draft (UPDATED 6/27): Round 1 /Picks 17-32 /Round 2
Other 2018 Mock Drafts: Charlie Campbell (6/26)
2019 NFL Mock Draft (UPDATED 6/1): Round 1 /Picks 17-32
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