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  • 7/6, 3:51 pm
    • ESPN's Adam Schefter indicates that there...

      ESPN's Adam Schefter indicates that there are concerns that Pierre-Paul (hand) could miss training camp and perhaps the start of the coming season.

      Analysis: Per the report, the Giants are still awaiting more medical information pertaining to the hand injury Pierre-Paul sustained as a result of a fireworks incident this past weekend. In any case, until more is known about the level of damage sustained by Pierre-Paul, the defensive end's status will be worth monitoring closely by those in leagues that utilize IDPs.

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  • 7/6, 3:13 pm
    • According to Raiders offensive line coach...

      According to Raiders offensive line coach Mike Tice, Richardson has lost some weight, and as a result, the running back's "quickness came around" this offseason, the team's official site reports.

      Analysis: Of course, Tice also had good things to say about Latavius Murray, who is the favorite to head the Raiders' backfield this season, as well as Roy Helu, who is in line to help out in the team's passing game. Since being selected third overall in the 2012 NFL Draft, Richardson -- who turns 25 on July 10 -- has put together a disappointing 3.3 yards per carry on 614 career rushing attempts. While he has much to prove before emerging as a reliable fantasy option in 2015, his college production at Alabama at least offers hope that there's a chance his improved level of fitness could help him return to form and perhaps carve out a significant role in the Oakland offense.

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  • 7/6, 12:45 pm
    • Ball is expected to get roughly...

      Ball is expected to get roughly 7-to-8 touches per game this season, with C.J. Anderson likely to get a large majority of the backfield workload, according to Troy Renck of the Denver Post.

      Analysis: Ball was the clearcut No. 1 at the beginning of last season, but he struggled with injuries and was outplayed by both Ronnie Hillman and Anderson, the latter of which has the clear track to be the starter this season. Ball may be a decent handcuff for Anderson's fantasy owners, but he'll likely be a tough choice in daily leagues if Anderson stays healthy.

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  • 7/6, 12:42 pm
    • Anderson is expected to get a...

      Anderson is expected to get a majority of the carries out of the Broncos' backfield this season, with Montee Ball getting around 7-to-8 touches per game, the Denver Post reports.

      Analysis: Ball began last season as the starter, but Anderson took over after both Ball and Ronnie Hillman suffered injuries. Anderson was excellent as the starter, vastly outplaying the other two, and new head coach Gary Kubiak's run-style offense could be a huge boost to Anderson's fantasy value. While there may be a bit of a competition for touches during training camp, the starting job is clearly Anderson's to lose.

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  • 7/5, 5:49 pm
    • With Antonio Gates suspended for the...

      With Antonio Gates suspended for the first four games of the season, there should be plenty of slot snaps available for Johnson, NBC San Diego reports.

      Analysis: Antonio Gates and Eddie Royal were the Chargers' main slot threats last season, with Keenan Allen and Malcom Floyd doing most of the work on the outside. Royal jumped ship to sign with the Bears, and Gates was talking about a reduced role even before he was suspended. Johnson is unlikely to match his production from the days when he was Buffalo's go-to option, but this is the best situation he's been in since 2012. He'll get most of the slot snaps in three-wide sets and has the size to work outside.

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