Brian Hoyer was practicing with the first team on Tuesday.
The Browns have an open competition for the starting quarterback job, with both Hoyer and Johnny Manziel receiving reps with the first team throughout training camp. Although Manziel is viewed as the team's future at the position, unless Hoyer has a terrible showing this preseason, he will likely be the team's No. 1 quarterback heading into the regular season. However, with increased depth at the quarterback position this year, Hoyer is nothing more than a backup option in standard leagues if named the starter. ANALYST: Matthew Beck
Carlos Gonzalez (knee) said Thursday he could play in games next week.
There's no question that CarGo has elite fantasy upside, but the constant injury issues have finally caught up with him, reducing his draft-day value from the perennial first round pick that he's been, to a borderline third/fourth rounder. If Cargo can stay healthy-ish for the first time since 2012 when he had a 20-20 season in 135 games, his current Average Draft Position will look like a steal. Analysis: Brad Costilo
Chandler Parsons (left ankle) is out two more games.
After a very consistent November through January, during which time Parsons scored at least 10 points in 37 of 45 games, his production became erratic in February, with Parsons failing to score 10 points in three of the eight games he played prior to suffering this ankle injury on 2/22. You should probably give Parsons a few games back in action prior to returning him to your lineup, just to make sure that he's producing at a consistent level once again. Analysis: Brad Costilo
Kris Humphries will not play Friday in Miami.
Humphries, who hasn't played since injuring his hamstring on February 25th, hasn't been much of a fantasy force when healthy. In fact, Humphries has only gotten double-digit points (11 on 2/22) once in the last month, and it's the same story with rebounds (11 on 2/7). Analysis: Brad Costilo