General Manager Jon Daniels said that the first week of June is a reasonable return date for Jurickson Profar (shoulder).
Profar tore a muscle in his shoulder and has been out since late-March. At the time, it was estimated that he would miss 10-12 weeks. Assuming that he does return at the beginning of June, Profar would be in the original window that was anticipated for him when he originally went down. Only 21, Profar has plenty of time to get healthy and mature as a baseball player.ANALYST: David Kerr
Robert Quinn is making progress from his back issue.
After missing Sunday's game, Quinn seems to be making steps toward's returning. Quinn is one of the game's elite pass rushers but has been slowed down by injuries all season long. Quinn is two years removed from a 19 sack season and the Rams are hoping he returns to that when he gets back on the field. Analysis: James Grande
Braves signed P Jim Johnson to a one-year deal.
After saving 50-plus games two consecutive years in Baltimore, Johnson has been a shell of that the past two seasons. He only has 12 saves combined over the past two seasons. He posted a 7.09 ERA in 2014 and a 4.46 ERA in 2015. The Braves are giving him one year to figure himself out or he'll likely have a hard time finding work. He can only hope his sinker starts sinking like it did in Baltimore. Analysis: James Grande