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Williams missed the past two preseason games with an undisclosed injury, but according to Harbaugh, he'll return soon. Ben Watson recently suffered a season-ending achillies injury, which has opened the door for the rest of the tight end group in Baltimore. Expect Crockett Gillmore to get the first look as the starter, with Williams and Pitta mixing in, but none of them provide much fantasy upside.
Doctson is working his way back from an achilles injury so it's possible the team is just giving the rookie WR some light work today. Head Coach Jay Gruden expects Doctson to be a full go for week 1 but also hasn't ruled out a visit to the PUP list. He has plenty of talent but is sitting behind DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon on the depth chart, so expectations shouldn't be very high for the rookie.
The 35-year-old worked out for the Redskins on Monday and has agreed to a one-year deal with the team. Jenkins has played the last five seasons within the NFC East, so he should be quite familiar with his new team, and also his opponents. He's a shell of what he once was, but can still dial up a solid pass rush from time to time.
This is good news for the oft-injured tight end, however, his usage in the offense as a pass-catcher remains to be seen. Crockett Gilmore is the tight end to own in Baltimore for fantasy but shouldn't be looked upon at anything more than a TE2.
Amendola underwent offseason ankle and knee surgery and was withheld from all offseason workouts as he rehabbed. His status for week 1 has always been in question and now it appears he may be opening the season on the PUP list, which means he wouldn't be eligible to return until week 7. With the addition of Chris Hogan and Malcolm Mitchell, it's going to be tough for Amendola to get very many targets, even for a pass-heavy team such as New England.
Smith was forced to miss Indy's preseason game on Saturday with the ankle injury and his return is not yet known. He had been working his way up the depth chart but the Colts are quickly becoming very thin at cornerback because of injuries. Their top corner, Vontae Davis, is expected to miss at least the first month of the season.
Scandrick missed last week's preseason game with a groin injury, but was able to return to practice today, although the extent of the participation is still unknown. The Cowboys expect him to be back in time for week 1. Dallas is projected to have one of the league's worst defenses this season so they'll need Scandrick to suit up as soon as possible.
Head Coach Rex Ryan has been impressed with the safety's play this preseason, and with starting SS Aaron Williams currently in the league's concussion protocol, Duke Williams could find himself getting early opportunities. If nothing else, his strong play has assured himself a roster spot to start the season.
The second overall pick in 2016 NFL Draft suffered a hairline fracture in his ribs during the Eagles preseason opener. Philadelphia thought they could get Wentz back for the preseason finale on Thursday, that won't happen as he still deals with discomfort. The rookie will open the season on the bench.
The Eagles have not wasted anytime getting Green-Beckham into the mix during the preseason, even seeing time with the ones. Sam Bradford targeted him twice in the end zone, but no surprisingly Green-Beckham showed communication issues with his quarterback. Philadelphia wants to get him more run in the offensive system before putting him out there Week 1 with the starters.