Brandon McManus - PK - Denver Broncos
Denver Broncos restricted free-agent PK Brandon McManus is participating in the minicamp this week even though he has not signed his tender offer.
Huddle Up: McManus made 29 of his 34 field goal attempts this past season and should be the Broncos kicker again this season. McManus probably should be considered a bye week option in fantasy leagues.
Greg Olsen - TE - Carolina Panthers
Carolina Panthers TE Greg Olsen hopes to receive a new deal that would pay him like one of the top tight ends in the NFL, according to sources. His $7.5 million per year average ranks seventh among tight ends in the NFL.
Huddle Up: Olsen has posted at least 1,000 yards in each of the last three seasons and has at least five touchdowns in eight of his last nine seasons. Olsen will continue to be one of the main targets in the team's passing game and should be a No. 1 tight end in all fantasy leagues.
John Ross - WR - Cincinnati Bengals
Cincinnati Bengals WR John Ross (shoulder) said his surgically repaired shoulder is feeling great and expects to be ready for the start of training camp. Ross appeared to be doing some things with the receiver group during practice Tuesday, June 13, but did not have a helmet.
Huddle Up: Ross likely will be used as a deep threat for the Bengals this season and could also receive some short passes to allow him to use his speed. Ross can be a late-round option for owners because of his big-play ability and probably will be more valuable in keeper leagues.
DeShone Kizer - QB - Cleveland Browns
Cleveland Browns QB DeShone Kizer was the third quarterback in the rotation during drills Tuesday, June 13, but worked with the first-team offense during his snaps. Kizer has displayed excellent physical skills and is picking up the offense quickly.
Huddle Up: Kizer will compete for the starting quarterback job during training camp but probably needs more time before he is ready to be the full-time starter. There is a chance that Kizer starts at some point in 2017, but he should only have value in keeper leagues.
Ben Watson - TE - Baltimore Ravens
Baltimore Ravens TE Benjamin Watson agreed to restructure his contract last week, which dropped his base salary from $3 million to $1.25 million, according a source. Watson can make up to $3 million this season if he meets certain incentives.
Huddle Up: Watson is expected to compete for the starting tight end job during training camp if he is recovered from the torn Achilles' tendon he suffered in 2016. He has played well in the past but would only be a No. 2 fantasy tight end in most leagues.
Ryan Tannehill - QB - Miami Dolphins
Miami Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill's accuracy has been really good during offseason workouts, according to head coach Adam Gase.
Huddle Up: Tannehill completed 67.1 percent of his passes in 2016, which was tied for sixth in the NFL. He struggled a bit with 12 interceptions but did finish with 19 touchdowns and 2,995 passing yards before suffering a season-ending injury. He will have plenty of weapons to work with in the offense and would be a fine No. 2 fantasy quarterback.
Jarvis Landry - WR - Miami Dolphins
Miami Dolphins WR Jarvis Landry reported for the start of minicamp Tuesday, June 13, even though he is looking for a new contract. Landry would like to sign an extension before the start of training camp.
Huddle Up: The Dolphins will have a little over a month to work something out with Landry, so owners should keep an eye on the situation. Landry ranked 10th in the NFL with 1,136 yards in 2016 and tied for seventh with 94 receptions. He is the main target in the passing game for Miami and should be low-end No. 1 of a No. 2 receiver in fantasy leagues.
Kenny Stills - WR - Miami Dolphins
Miami Dolphins WR Kenny Stills (undisclosed) participated in practice Tuesday, June 13. Stills missed the last two organized team activities because of a minor injury.
Huddle Up: Stills should receive a solid amount of playing time in 2017 after posting 726 yards and nine touchdowns this past season. Owners in most leagues should consider Stills as a No. 3 or No. 4 receiver.
LeSean McCoy - RB - Buffalo Bills
Buffalo Bills RB LeSean McCoy (illness) did not participate in practice Tuesday, June 13, because of an illness.
Huddle Up: McCoy should be fine for the start of training camp and could even practice later this week. He should be the focal point in the offense for the Bills this season and will be a No. 1 running back in all fantasy leagues.
Andre Holmes - WR - Buffalo Bills
Buffalo Bills WR Andre Holmes has been a standout performer on offense and special teams this offseason, according to head coach Sean McDermott.
Huddle Up: Holmes is competing for the No. 2 receiver job and should see a solid amount of snaps during the preseason to try to win the job. He posted only 126 yards this past season but did have 693 yards in 2014. Holmes probably will not have a lot of value in fantasy leagues but could be a late-round pick in deeper leagues.
Los Angeles Rams WR Cooper Kupp (back) injured his lower back at minicamp Tuesday, June 13, and was walking around gingerly.
Huddle Up: The injury does not sound too serious, but keep an eye on Kupp for the remainder of minicamp this week. He may be limited or held out as a precautionary measure.
Andrew Luck - QB - Indianapolis Colts
Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck (shoulder) doesn't know if he'll be ready for training camp. He remains focused on the present, focusing on each rehab session. 'That's where my focus is and that's where I think it needs to be to truly get back to 100 percent,' Luck said.
Huddle Up: Luck will be one of the bigger stories to keep an eye on as the offseason progresses. As long as he doesn't have any setbacks he should be ready for the start of the regular season at least. That being said, it's fine to draft him as a starting fantasy quarterback again this year.
Corey Coleman - WR - Cleveland Browns
Cleveland Browns WR Corey Coleman (hamstring) is nearing his return from a hamstring injury, according to head coach Hue Jackson.
Huddle Up: Coleman has a good opportunity to lead the Browns in receiving this year as he starts opposite Kenny Britt. A less-than-ideal quarterback situation will likely lower his ceiling, but Coleman does have weekly flex allure.
Jay Ajayi - RB - Miami Dolphins
Miami Dolphins RB Jay Ajayi is ready to receive more touches this season. 'I'll be ready to carry the ball however many times I have to,' Ajayi said. 'I feel like I'm a workhorse and I get better as the game keeps going and I continue to be a part of the game.' Head coach Adam Gase admitted that Ajayi is Miami's bell cow running back.
Huddle Up: Ajayi took the league by storm last season en route to over 1,300 total yards and eight touchdowns. As a featured running back -- a rarity in today's NFL -- Ajayi possesses RB1 appeal even after just one season of starting.
Quincy Enunwa - WR - New York Jets
New York Jets WRs Quincy Enunwa (neck) will not participate in minicamp this week, according to head coach Todd Bowles.
Huddle Up: Enunwa will be the Jets wide receiver to target this year with the losses of Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker. He'll be bogged down by a subpar quarterback, though, and is merely a flex option at best.
Taylor Gabriel - WR - Atlanta Falcons
Atlanta Falcons WR Taylor Gabriel (undisclosed) did not participate in minicamp Tuesday, June 13, as he deals with an undisclosed injury.
Huddle Up: It doesn't appear to be too serious of an ailment for Gabriel, who was an unsung performer for the Falcons in 2016. Gabriel is mainly a deep threat who will only have real value when Julio Jones is unable to play.
Julio Jones - WR - Atlanta Falcons
Atlanta Falcons WR Julio Jones (foot) is not participating in minicamp as he continues to recover from offseason foot surgery. Jones does expect to be ready for training camp in late July.
Huddle Up: The Falcons will take it easy with their star receiver this offseason after missing two games last year. He may not play much in the preseason, but he should still be one of the first wide receivers taken in fantasy drafts.
Breshad Perriman - WR - Baltimore Ravens
Baltimore Ravens WR Breshad Perriman is exuding confidence this offseason, so much so that QB Joe Flacco claimed you can see Perriman's confidence in his eyes.
Huddle Up: The Jeremy Maclin signing hurts Perriman's fantasy stock, but he could be undervalued heading into his third year. The upside is evident with Perriman, and this might be the year he puts it all together. Drafting him as a WR4 or lower is ideal.
Corey Davis - WR - Tennessee Titans
Tennessee Titans WR Corey Davis (ankle) said his ankle is at full health after participating fully during minicamp Tuesday, June 13.
Huddle Up: Davis figures to start right away opposite Rishard Matthews and has a great shot at being the top rookie wideout in 2017. If he can stay healthy leading up to the season, he deserves low-end WR3 to WR4 consideration.
Jonathan Williams - RB - Buffalo Bills
Buffalo Bills RB Jonathan Williams' development will be vital to the Bills' future success, according to head coach Sean McDermott.
Huddle Up: Williams is an underrated weapon for the Bills with Mike Gillislee gone. Williams takes over the backup role behind LeSean McCoy and is a good handcuff candidate despite missing five games in his rookie year.
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