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Marques Colston, who is on the Physically Unable to Perform list, participated in some 7-on-7 drills at practice Monday.

Colston has been the top wide receiver in New Orleans for quite a few years now. With Jimmy Graham gone, he should see an increase in targets, but Brandin Cooks might be the better fantasy play over the course of the season. It's tough to say at this point, seeing as Colston is only participating in 7-on-7 drills at this moment. Analysis: Colby Conway

Ed Williams signed a free agent contract with the Green Bay Packers on Monday.

With the Packers receiving core pretty well maintained, Williams seems to just be depth at this point. He should have no substantial fantasy impact during the 2015 season, so he shouldn't even enter your draft prep. Analysis: Colby Conway

Update: David Johnson is day-to-day with a hamstring injury.

Andre Ellington struggles to stay healthy, opening the door for Johnson to make a splash in many fantasy formats this season. Johnson could vulture a few touchdowns this season, especially down at the goal line. However, he is more of a pass catcher, but can still do some damage. Analysis: Colby Conway

Joique Bell (ankle, Achilles) did some running on the side at Monday's practice.

Bell is working his way back from an ankle and Achilles injury, but he finally seems to be progressing back to full health. Ameer Abdullah will likely operate in a Reggie Bush-esque role, but Bell should be still see his normal touches. Analysis: Colby Conway

Chargers signed DE Luther Robinson.

The big defensive tackle played in a few games for the Packers in 2014, but had a very minimal impact. He fills an open spot for the team and has the chance to stick as a backup defensive lineman. Analysis: Colby Conway

Free-agent WR L'Damian Washington signed with the Chiefs Monday.

Washington is a speedster who played his college football at Missouri. He is a longshot to make the roster, but it's nice that the team is giving him a chance. Analysis: Colby Conway

Kyle Williams (Achilles) was placed on injured reserve.

An Achilles injury will place him on the injured reserve, ending whatever fantasy value he had for the 2015 season. Stick to the higher profile wide receivers in Denver this season as they transition to a Gary Kubiak offensive approach. Analysis: Colby Conway

Breshad Perriman (knee) missed a fourth straight practice Monday.

The speedy Perriman could be a big time fantasy asset this season. He should easily exceed his ADP and finish higher than quite a few receivers who will be drafted before him. He tends to drop a few passes, but hopefully that will improve during camp. The knee isn't expected to be a glaring issue, so he should be back on the field sometime soon. Analysis: Colby Conway

Head coach Bruce Arians wants Andre Ellington to receive "in the neighborhood of 20 touches a game" this season.

We have heard this before about Ellington and while that sounds great and all, it is completely dependent on his health. Ellington played in just 12 games last year, rushing for 660 yards on 201 carries. His 3.3 YPC was significantly lower than the average of 5.5 yards per carry he posted in his rookie campaign. Analysis: Colby Conway

Akeem Davis was evaluated for an injury to his left thumb at Monday's practice.

There should be an update on the severity of his injury being released sometime in the near future. Davis is currently listed as the third string free safety for the team, meaning he will only see time in select packages. Analysis: Colby Conway

Eagles signed undrafted free-agent WR Michael Johnson.

Johnson will fill the vacant roster spot left by the Brandon Boykin trade. He was a force for the Delaware Blue Hens last year, but a poor Pro Day showing left him undrafted. He won't have any impact this season, given the plethora of receivers already in Philadelphia. Analysis: Colby Conway

Ross Scheuerman (Achilles) cleared waivers and was placed on injured reserve.

An injury to the Achilles is never a good sign, especially for a player who needs to be quick on his feet. In terms of fantasy value, he wasn't one of the first four running backs for the team, so it's safe to say that he won't be making an impact in 2015. Analysis: Colby Conway

Kevin Hughes was waived/injured by the Patriots on Monday.

The 26 year old will be looking to latch on with another organization in need of depth on the offensive line in the coming days. With his birthday coming in three days, the ultimate present for the big tackle to get a call giving him a chance. Analysis: Colby Conway

Doug Martin will be the lead back for the Buccaneers this season.

Doug Martin, the muscle hamster. It's hard to believe in 2012 that he was the second best running back in fantasy. Last season he had just two games in which he rushed over 90 yards and he missed five games due to injury. He scored just two touchdowns last year. Being the lead back, he is going to be drafted somewhat high, but owners will cringe when selecting him. Analysis: Colby Conway

Sean Lee (knee) has yet to take part in team drills.

Lee can be a difference maker in the middle of the Dallas defense, however, he hasn't been able to stay healthy. He is coming off a torn ACL, so its' completely understandable that the team wants to take it easy with their middle linebacker. Analysis: Colby Conway

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