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Broncos coach John Fox said on ESPN Insiders the team has not closed door on return by Knowshon Moreno.
Moreno, who is only 26-years old, finally made it through a season without missing a game. The first time he was able to do so since his rookie season in 2009 where he played in 16 games, but only started in nine. Moreno may be a little bitter that the Broncos did not resign him, but if he wants his best shot at a championship then he will swallow his pride and sign for less money then he would likely get from some other teams. Whether this happens is still up in the air as Moreno continues to explore his options. ANALYST: Michael Pichan
Update: Carlos Peguero will be on Boston's major league roster.
With the Red Sox dealing with injuries in their outfield, they are going to give Peguero a chance. The Rangers cut ties with him after he struck out in just under 43-percent of the times he came to the plate in the first 30 games of the season. He is one of those guys who has incredible raw power, but he is boom-or-bust and is going to be a drain on your batting average. However, no playing time is guaranteed, so he should be left off most rosters. Analysis: Colby Conway
Colts signed first-round wide receiver Phillip Dorsett.
Dorsett is known for his excellent speed that he showcased while at the University of Miami. The Indy receiving core is pretty packed, so Dorsett’s expectations for his rookie year should be held in check. Last season for the Hurricanes, he caught 36 passes for 871 yards and 10 touchdowns. He would need an injury or two to become seriously fantasy relevant, seeing that he will be no higher than their number four receiver at the start of this season. Analysis: Colby Conway