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Finely is still unemployed. It is time to begin downgrading his projection. He might still hook on with a team - but there are safer options for your team.
Allen lost the 2013 to injury - but will return to action in 2014. We expect a reduced role to start the season. He will split time with C. Fleener.
Travis Kelce has flashed brilliance in training camp. He is a big body in the passing game and Alex Smith loves to utilize weapons over the middle. Kelce is poised to be a sleeper in this year's TE fantasy draft class.
The Lions drafted Ebron to be a weapon in the middle. He gives them an athlete like Jimmy Graham who defenses must respect. Ebron's dynasty value is enormous in this offense.
Hawkins was the start of Cleveland's OTAs. His ability to gain separation in the slot will make him a favorite safety outlet. The lack of an elite option on the outside will limit his overall ceiling however. Look for WR3/4 numbers.
Justin Hunter gets a bump up in expected production. His talent has been on full display in TEN this summer. The arrow is pointed upward on this playmaker.
Cunningham will open the season as Zac Stacy's backup. The talented Tre Mason will open behind him - but has a lot of work to do in pass protection and blitz pickup. That should carve out a role for Cunningham for 2014.
Jon Dwyer is starting to look like a TD Vulture in Arizona. Ellington will be asked to carry the load between the 20s. The Cardinals will want someone who can come in and smash the ball in on the goal line in obvious running downs.
Jay Gruden favors Thompson. He has been quoted as calling him "electric." The Redskins will hunt for a pass catching weapon out of the backfield. Thompson will get the first crack at it behind Helu.
Knile Davis was a pleasant surprise last season. His elite acceleration makes him a quality fill-in when J. Charles is off the field. He is a golden handcuff for all Charles owners, as he is capable of scoring RB2 points when he is starting.
Robinson has been the surprise of the preseason for Jacksonville. He is rounding into form as a secondary option for the Jags rushing attack. His athletic ability and his natural hands make him an intriguing third down specialist.
Tre Mason has gotten off to a slower than desired start. He has sunk to the third spot on the depth chart for the Rams. His talent is undeniable however. He is someone to look at as a waiver addition.
Carlos Hyde is the favorite to open the season behind Frank Gore. Given Gore's advancing age, Hyde could see additional time. This projection has upside.
Charles Sims has the tools to be a bell cow in the NFL. He flashes 4.48 speed and runs with toughness. Unfortunately he suffered an injury in training camp and will miss the bulk of the season. He has dynasty upside.
Pierre Thomas expects his pass-game role to expand this season.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette says Le'Veon Bell and LeGarrette Blount "probably face no more than a one-game suspension and that won't come anytime soon."
The Tennessean says the goal-line fade to Justin Hunter has been "all but unstoppable" at camp.
Le'Veon Bell and LeGarrette Blount will play in Thursday's preseason game.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports the Steelers plan to let the league "handle any disciplinary measures" following Le'Veon Bell and LeGarrette Blount's Wednesday arrest.
The Browns named Brian Hoyer their Week 1 starter.