2020 NFL Draft Guide: Training Camp Battles
Adam Ronis takes a look some of the more notable training camp battles heading into the 2020 season.
Opportunity is extremely important in fantasy football. Often times there are talented players in situations that don't result in enough volume. Training camp battles are important to determine who gets more volume or targets and it will be challenging this year due to the coronavirus and the likelihood of no preseason games. It becomes more challenging for rookies to make an impression on the coaches. Here are some of the interesting position battles to monitor.
Trubisky was selected with the second overall pick in the 2017 draft and has been a disappointment. He was 28th in quarterback rating last season. The Bears declined to pick up his fifth-year option and traded for Foles, who is familiar with this system and many of the coaches, including Matt Nagy, who was with Foles with the Eagles and Chiefs. The Bears are paying Foles a good amount of money and he might have the edge to start if he plays well in training...