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Marvin Harrison Jr. has signed his rookie contract with the Cardinals. The deal is a fully guaranteed four-year contract worth $35.37 million with a $22.5 million signing bonus. (Source: Ari Meirov on X)

Fantasy Impact: Harrison looks to follow in his dad's footsteps as an elite wide receiver at the NFL level as Kyler Murray's top wide receiver option. Expectations are high for the 21-year-old rookie as he looks to make an immediate impact for the Cardinals that finished the past two years with a record of 4-13.

Category: Transactions


Broncos coach Sean Payton said Drew Sanders tore his Achilles earlier in the offseason. (Source: Zac Stevens on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: The Broncos are hoping Sanders can return at some point later in the season, potentially around October.

Category: Injury Updates


NFL reporter Gregg Rosenthal projects Trey McBride as the second-leading receiver for the Cardinals this season. (Source: Around the NFL on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: McBride broke out last season for 825 yards receiving on 81 receptions. That came with Kyler Murray missing more than half the season. Marvin Harrison Jr. projects to be the No. 1 target right away for Murray, but McBride is in a place to be that No. 2 target in the passing game on this Arizona offense.


Rookie WR Rome Odunze (hamstring) will look to "ramp back in" next week for a return to the Chicago Bears' OTAs, says head coach Matt Eberflus. (Source: Zack Pearson on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Odunze reportedly did some work at a walk-through speed on Thursday and will aim to return within the next week. The rookie WR has been dealing with a hamstring injury for the last week, and the Bears will look to ease him in as they prepare for a new-look offense in 2024.

Category: Injury Updates


Keenan Allen was not at Bears voluntary OTAs practice on Thursday. (Source: Courtney Cronin on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: These practices are all voluntary, so there is no reason to be too concerned right now. It is worth monitoring nonetheless.


Commanders RB Brian Robinson Jr. told reporters that the team is expected to run more no-huddle offense this season. (Source: Lynnell Willingham on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: It makes sense that Washington would try to run a faster offense with the dual threat ability of Jayden Daniels under center. New offensive coordinator Kliff Kingsbury ran a heavy no-huddle offense with Arizona and it appears he'll bring that same approach to Washington. It is looking like a completely new offense for the Commanders compared to recent years.


Deshaun Watson is throwing every other day at practice as he continues to rehab from shoulder surgery. (Source: ESPN.com)

Fantasy Impact: Watson appears to be making progress, but he and Cleveland are still taking it slow. His status remains worth monitoring heading into training camp, but he remains on track to be fully healthy by the start of the season. Jameis Winston is currently the backup to Watson for Cleveland.

Category: Injury Updates


Tim Patrick has been participating in Broncos OTAs. (Source: Nick Kosmider on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Patrick, who is coming off back-to-back season-ending injuries in training camp was running routes at practice on Thursday. It is unclear where Patrick fits into the offense with Courtland Sutton, Marvin Mims, Josh Reynolds and Troy Franklin among the players in the Broncos wide receiver room.

Category: Injury Updates


John Ross signs with Eagles

Thu, May 23rd 12:33pm EDT
By Ari Koslow

The Philadelphia Eagles signed WR John Ross. (Source: Philadelphia Eagles on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Ross is back in the NFL after announcing his retirement last offseason. He has not played in a regular season game since 2021, dealing with a number of injuries throughout his career. He'll look to earn a depth spot in the Eagles wide receiver room out of camp.

Category: Transactions


Daniel Jones said he has "no doubt" about being healthy for the start of this season. (Source: Jordan Raanan on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: “I don’t have any doubt about it,” Jones said. Jones was recently participating in 7-on-7 drills at OTAs earlier this week. This figures to be a huge prove-it year for Jones with the Giants drafting Malik Nabers in the first round of the NFL Draft last month.

Category: Injury Updates


Giants coach Brian Daboll said Darren Waller has not been attending voluntary OTAs. (Source: Dan Duggan on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Waller is continuing to consider retirement as he brought up earlier in the offseason. It is not clear if there is a specific date when Waller will make a decision by, but it could be by training camp. The Giants drafted TE Theo Johnson last month who recently signed his rookie deal.


Giants coach Brian Daboll said Darius Slayton has not been attending voluntary OTAs. (Source: Dan Duggan on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Slayton is seeking a new contract as he enters the final year of his current contract. He caught 50 passes for 770 yards last season, both of which were career-highs. Slayton is hoping to land a new contract before the season starts.


Geno Smith told reporters he has “a really good grasp" of the offense under new offensive coordinator Ryan Grubb. (Source: Brady Henderson on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: “I feel like I’m a dropback passer and I feel like this is a dropback offense," Smith said. Grubb came to Seattle from the University of Washington where he coached Michael Penix Jr. This is likely going to be a completely different offense compared to what the Seahawks ran under Pete Carroll.


Luke Schoonmaker will miss Cowboys OTAs. (Source: Michael Gehlken on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Schoonmaker underwent shoulder surgery this offseason and is now dealing with a hamstring injury. He enters this season behind Jake Ferguson on the depth chart.

Category: Injury Updates


Ravens coach John Harbaugh said that Keaton Mitchell won't be available for the start of the season. (Source: Jeff Zrebiec on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: This comes as no surprise with Mitchell coming off a torn ACL suffered in Week 15 last season. Harbaugh added that Mitchell is scheduled to start jogging next week. The Ravens remain optimistic he will return at some point in the season.

Category: Injury Updates


Colts coach Shane Steichen says that WR Michael Pittman Jr. just bumped knees earlier and "should be fine." (Source: James Boyd on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Pittman suffered a scare when he left practice on Wednesday with trainers, but he is expected to be fine. His status is still worth monitoring until he returns to practice.

Category: Injury Updates


Leonard Williams was not at Seahawks practice on Wednesday. (Source: Brady Henderson on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: These are all voluntary OTAs right now, so it is too early to be worried. DK Metcalf was also sidelined on Wednesday.


DK Metcalf was not at Seahawks practice on Wednesday. (Source: Brady Henderson on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: These are all voluntary OTAs right now, so it is too early to be worried. Leonard Williams was also sidelined on Wednesday.


AJ Barner is still sidelined from practice. (Source: Brady Henderson on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Barner also missed rookie minicamp. The rookie out of Michigan is dealing with a hamstring injury. He'll continue to sit until he is fully healthy.

Category: Injury Updates


Seahawks coach Mike Macdonald said Jerome Baker is in attendance at practice, but still rehabbing. (Source: Brady Henderson on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Baker suffered a wrist injury last season with the Dolphins that required offseason surgery. He will continue to rehab until he is fully healthy.

Category: Injury Updates