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We still have a ways to go before training camp, so Mercilus has plenty of time to be ready. The fifth year linebacker had his best season as a pro in 2015, with 52 total tackles, and a career high 12 sacks. Mercilus has been durable also, only missing one game in his career. He easily projects as the starting strongside linebacker for the Texans in 2016, and should be on your radar in deeper IDP leagues as JJ Watt and Jadeveon Clowney figure to get a lot of attention in the Texans front seven.
This is something that happened a week after he and his team won the Super Bowl. Let us rephrase; this is something that happened a week after his team won him a Super Bowl ring and he was just along for the ride. Keo made a minimal impact last year and will this year, too. If he even makes the team that is.
The Ravens sixth-round pick form the 2015 draft did something stupid, getting himself suspended for four games. Players clearly aren't learning that the NFL has cracked down on it's policy. Walker is an irrelevant fantasy option now and forever.
Ramsey was the Jaguars first round pick this year but suffered a knee injury during mini-camp that required surgery. Luckily for the Jags Ramsey will be ready for training camp and is expected to be one of their starting corners come Week 1.
Zenner was signed as an undrafted free-agent in 2015 by the Lions and appeared in six games, making one start and totaling 60 yards on 17 carries and 11 yards on two catches. He will add depth and play special teams for the Lions should he break camp on the roster.
Worton was arrested over the winter when he got into a bar fight in Boston which ultimately lead to his release from the Patriots. He was signed by the Rams back in May but it appears he won't make it to training camp with them after his release.
Fortt last played in 2014 for the Jaguars where he saw three games of action. There is no fantasy value here.