Cardinals running backs coach Stump Mitchell said that rookie David Johnson will be a "big piece of the puzzle" this season.
Mitchell gushed over Johnson while doing a radio interview on Arizona Sports 98.7 and couldn't say enough good things about the former Northern Iowa running back who totaled 1,553 yards and 17 touchdowns in 2014. "He's a guy who has a lot of confidence in his ability to play," Mitchell said. "He's coachable. He's a smart young man, he's physical. He's going to make Andre (Ellington) pick up his game when given the opportunity. He has excellent hands and he's a bigger target to throw the ball to. He's going to be a big piece of the puzzle before this season is said and done." look for the Cardinals to work out Johnson hard this summer and it looks like you keeper league folk can cut Stepfan Taylor loose. Analysis: Howard Bender
Jaguars WR Rashad Greene is dealing with knee tendonitis.
Greene was selected in the fifth round of this year's NFL Draft and has a real chance to emerge as the Jaguars' slot receiver this season. His knee tendinitis isn't thought to be serious and the Jacksonville coaching staff is hoping that rest will help him. He's a strong player to target in dynasty leagues. Analysis: David Kerr