Carroo is entering the 2017 season in better shape than he was before his rookie year, Joe Schad of The Palm Beach Post reports. "Last year didn't go as well as I wanted it to, so I really honed in on working as hard as I can to be not only a better receiver, but a better student of the game," Carroo said. "I lost a ton of weight off the field, eating better, eating healthier. Kenny Stills got me involved in Pilates. I was doing that to loosen up my hips and be a more fluid receiver. Just doing the little things that I didn't do before to make my Year 2 even better."
Ajayi could see as many as 350 rushing attempts in 2017, James Walker of ESPN.com reports. "I'm ready for it," Ajayi said Tuesday. "I prepare myself every season to take a huge workload and be able to carry the team, and I think I'm ready for that."