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Long should be considered day-to-day going forward with a strained calf. Camp just opened up on Thursday for most teams so he'll have time to rest and get back to practice before any game action takes place.
The 35-year old Boldin could make north of $3M this season if he plays well enough for his incentives put in his contract to kick in. Boldin showed just last season he still has plenty left in the tank as he came away with 69 receptions for 789 yards and four touchdowns. Despite his illustrious career up to this point, we should expect some type of drop off in production this season. If that's the case, he shouldn't be owned in many fantasy leagues.
The Ravens fourth-round draft pick injured his MCL at the end of practice on Thursday. The team originally expected much worse as the day-to-day tag the doctor's slapped on him is best case scenario. Dixon is very much in the mix to see playing time this year behind Justin Forsett. He could become a big fantasy player if Forsett goes down with an injury of some sort.
Wilkerson is only a few months removed from surgery repairing a fracture in his leg so he's still not ready for any sort of football activity. Wilkerson just received a monster contract extension worth up to $86M so he'll be ready to earn his money by Week 1.
Hackett, who was originally from Australia, was a two-time Ray Guy award winner in college for the best punter in the Nation. That didn't matter much to the Jets clearly as they sent him packing on Thursday. It's a real tough blow if you took Hackett in your fantasy punters league.
Ramsey was selected by the 49ers in the seventh round of the 2014 Draft out of Boston College. The 27-year-old defensive end has not appeared in a regular-season NFL game.
This announcement will ease some concerns after Floyd, the ninth overall pick in this year's draft, was carted away from the field Thursday morning.
This is definitely a logical move by the Vikings. Zimmer has been at the helm in Minnesota for two years now, improving from seven wins in his first season up to 11 and a playoff berth in his second.
This does not appear to be a serious issue, as the plan is for Jones to be back on the practice field Friday. It certainly makes sense for the Falcons to take all precautions with their top offensive weapon, but fantasy players do not want to see this. Jones is widely considered to be one of the top overall fantasy assets headed into 2016.