David Phillips reviews the news out of training camps Sunday, including Deshaun Watson's arrival at Houston's camp.
Dan Marcus analyzes the news out of training camps Saturday, including the situation at running back for the Broncos.
Michael Thomas is expected to miss regular-season time after undergoing ankle surgery.
David Phillips analyzes the latest news out of training camps as Dak is back for the Cowboys.
Dan Marcus runs through the top news coming out of training camps Thursday, including Courtland Sutton possibly having his workload managed in camp.
Cam Akers suffered a torn Achilles which is expected to end his 2021 season.
Mike Williams may not be ready for the start of the season as he recovers from a shoulder injury.
Deebo Samuel could be on the active roster in Week 1, as he recovers from a foot injury.
With Adrian Peterson gone from the Washington backfield, the hype for rookie third-round pick Antonio Gibson kicked into high gear.
With Damien Harris (finger) highly questionable for Week 1, the Patriots backfield might be due for some more reshuffling yet.
Wednesday began with Bruce Arians praising Ronald Jones as Tampa's starting runner, but by night the Buccaneers signed Leonard Fournette to a one-year deal.
The Alvin Kamara Drama reached a fever pitch around mid-day Tuesday, but by the evening the tensions seemed to cool off between the Saints and their star runner.
In addition to the Jaguars cutting Leonard Fournette, Monday contained a major headline with Alvin Kamara's apparent contract dispute in New Orleans.
George Kittle missed a third-straight practice with hamstring tightness, but he's hopeful to be ready for Week 1.
David Johnson and Randall Cobb are two new weapons for Deshaun Watson, but will the newcomers be useful fantasy options?
With D'Andre Swift struggling with a leg injury, the Lions are increasingly likely to turn to Kerryon Johnson as their lead runner for a fast-approaching Week 1.
David Montgomery's groin strain will luckily sideline him no more than a month, but the Bears still might have questions to answer about their backfield until Montgomery's back to full speed.
Although he's not quite out of the woods yet, reporting from San Francisco indicates Deebo Samuel (foot) is still in the race to play in Week 1.
Josh Allen might run less but reportedly looks his best yet as a passer, which makes sense after the Bills added Stefon Diggs, Zack Moss and Gabriel Davis this offseason.
Kenyan Drake scared fantasy investors with a walking boot Monday, but the initial indications, including an assurance from Drake himself, make the injury sound minor.
Damien Harris is having a strong camp, and he's looking to prove himself should Sony Michel (foot) be sidelined.
Nick Chubb returned to practice after missing time with a concussion.
Sony Michel (foot) is uncertain for Week 1, which isn't good news for the third-year back with Damien Harris practicing well and Lamar Miller (knee) potentially near his return.
With Tyreek Hill (hamstring) and Sammy Watkins (groin) both hobbled, second-year wideout Mecole Hardman could push for a bigger role if he practices well under the increased pressure.
Breshad Perriman has done well early with the Jets, and the spotlight is all his with injured prospects Denzel Mims and Vyncint Smith currently out.
Jace Sternberger is likely the favorite to start at tight end for Green Bay, but comments from coach Matt LaFleur imply fellow tight end Robert Tonyan is a threat to win the starting role.
With second-year 49ers wideout Jalen Hurd (knee) likely out for the year, rookie first-round pick Brandon Aiyuk is the top San Francisco receiver in the spotlight.
Kenny Golladay may be ready to take another step forward this season.
It's looking unlikely that we'll see Deebo Samuel in Week 1 as he recovers from a foot injury.
The fantasy football world worried itself when Dalvin Cook implied a holdout threat earlier this offseason, but the star Vikings runner made clear Friday that no holdout will occur.