That seems to be an obvious conclusion. He needs to have an intervention soon if not immediately, as he has tremendous talent but not the head to control his impulses.
Okung's health is the major concern, the reason why his new contract is so incentive laden. If he can play a bulk of the season, he will be a major impact player for the Broncos, but that is a question mark given his history to date.
Wonderful for him, but which team will take a chance on him? He probably is a late round RB pick this season, but until he signs with a team, he is not fantasy relevant in 2016.
He is likely going to miss most of training camp with his injury. He is one of the top receiving options for Cincy if he can play, but this depresses his value.
Roethlisberger reportedly has lost 10-15 pounds as a result of the new cardio workouts. The Steelers will head into 2016 with high expectations for the offense, and rightfully so, with Big Ben, Antonio, Bell, Wheaton, and newly acquired TE Ladarius Green.
This news comes as no surprise, since Berry has not yet signed the franchise tenders. The two parties will have until July 15th to negotiate a contract extension before being only allowed to sign a one year deal. Missing OTA's however should not hamper Berry's ability to be on the field come game time, as he missed last years and still went on to play in all 16 games.
With the onset of slotted salaries for draft picks in the last CBA, it makes it far easier to sign draft picks and at a much more controlled salary level. Carroo was seen as a good pick by the Dolphins, especially in the third round, as he should great playmaking ability while at Rutgers to go with steady hands. Miami has been looking to improve it's big play ability and with Carroo now officially in the fold, they should have a pretty good start.