The Miami Dolphins received some good news when starting running back Lamar Miller returned to practice on Tuesday.
Miller received a concussion in the third quarter of Sunday’s victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Miller’s status for this week against the New England Patriots remains up in the air. However, Miller was at least limited in the portion of Tuesday’s practice open to the media. Miller must pass all the concussion tests this week in order to return to the field Sunday against New England.
Good news for Miller but until the coaching staff tones down their absolute love for Daniel Thomas neither will have much Fantasy value. Check back next season when this is resolved.ANALYST: Jeff Mans
Hunter Harvey has thrown in the mid-90s this spring.
He's got tremendous strikeout potential as he owns a double-digit K/9 since joining the Orioles' rookie team. Even with such a strong showing last year and now here this spring, he should only open the season in DOuble-A and make at least a few starts before they think of doing anything else with him. He's a great own in deep dynasty leagues, but he's not quite ready for prime time. Analysis: Howard Bender
Rays name Alex Cobb as there Opening Day starter.
Injuries, routine and fluke, have plagued Cobb each and every season. Still, even banged-up he manages to come through for his owners on a regular basis. The hope is that he makes 30-plus starts this year and if/when he does, he should remain a strong force on the hill with his 55-plus-percent ground ball rate. Analysis: Howard Bender