C.J. Anderson will be the Broncos starting running back entering offseason workouts.
The Broncos have three legitimate starting running backs in Anderson, Montee Ball, and Ronnie Hillman. Given Anderson's success in the latter part of the 2014 season though, it is no surprise that Denver views him as their lead back. He should fit in well to Gary Kubiak's offensive scheme and will vault up fantasy draft boards this summer. Anderson picked up a lot of slack last year while Peyton Manning dealt with a shoulder injury and should be a strong RB1 option this year. Analysis: David Kerr
Jonathan Stewart will ideally be limited to 15 carries a game, according to head coach Ron Rivera.
Stewart had a solid season last year, averaging 4.6 YPC, though he scored just three touchdowns in thirteen games. The 28-year old just 9 games over the past three seasons, and will not be able to handle the load of a workhorse back. The Panthers will likely find a running back in the draft that is capable of handling the other 8-10 carries that the Panthers expect. Considering that Stewart averaged just 13.5 carries per game in 2014, this won't destroy his already limited fantasy value. Analysis: Ben Diamond
Panthers signed WR Jarrett Boykin to a one-year deal.
After a 49-catch, 681-yards with three touchdowns performance in 2013, Boykin failed to build on his momentum and lost the job as the Packers' No. 3 receiver to Davante Adams. He'll obviously sit behind Kelvin Benjamin on the depth chart but will be competing with the likes of Jerricho Cotchery and Philly Brown for a chance at the No. 2 spot. Of course, the Panthers could still bring someone else in, relegating all three of them to compete for the No. 3 spot. Analysis: Howard Bender
49ers waived CB Cameron Fuller.
Fuller was a depth play for the 49ers but saw absolutely no time on the defensive side of the ball. He'll try to pick up elsewhere in time for OTAs but he's not someone fantasy owners should be looking at in IDP leagues. Analysis: Howard Bender