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Eli Manning believes he will be the Giants' starting quarterback in 2018.

Manning's beliefs stem from coach Pat Shurmur reportedly assuring Manning he'll be the starter in 2018. This would be a surprising move as the 37-year-old is coming off one of the worst seasons in his career and the Giants possess the second overall pick in the 2018 draft. There's a possibility for Manning to be a bridge quarterback if the Giants decide to select a quarterback with their first-round pick.
Feb 3 - 10:53 AM

The Seattle Times' Bob Condotta reports Rashaad Penny suffered a hand injury, which includes a broken finger, in Monday's practice.

Coach Pete Carroll said Penny will be sidelined for "some time," and he will address the situation further on Wednesday. It puts Penny's role for Week 1 in real question. He needed the work this preseason to carve out a role, especially with Chris Carson lapping him and running as the clear No. 1 running back this summer. Penny isn't worth the fourth-round ADP at this point.
Aug 15 - 12:34 AM

The Ahtletic's Jeff Zrebiec considers John Brown the "standout" of Ravens camp.

Per Zrebiec, "nobody made more plays than Brown during training camp." Zrebiec is echoing coach John Harbaugh, who singled Brown out for praise on Wednesday. Brown has proven to be an electrifying playmaker when healthy, but he spent much of the past two years battling complications from his sickle-cell trait. If Brown is beyond that this season, he will be an ideal deep target for big-armed Joe Flacco, and quite possibly the Ravens' No. 1 receiver.
Aug 14 - 5:53 PM

Speaking Tuesday, Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said he never wants Tyler Eifert to play 50 snaps in a game this season.

"Well I hope he never gets 50," was Lewis' response when asked about a theoretical 50-snap performance. Although injuries have prevented him from being an every-down player since 2015, Eifert did reach 50 snaps in both of his 2017 appearances. Eifert is shaping up as a boom/bust TE2.
Aug 14 - 5:29 PM

Ben Roethlisberger is in the concussion protocol after taking a hit in Tuesday's practice.

Roethlisberger was initially thought to be fine, but he's ended up in the protocol all the same. Concussions are never ideal, of course, but are particularly unwelcome when you are 36 years old with a history of them. Roethlisberger's Week 1 status isn't in doubt, but the Steelers have every incentive to bring him along slowly.
Aug 14 - 5:27 PM

NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports free agent CB Orlando Scandrick will visit the Chiefs.

Scandrick is supposedly drawing "significant interest." That wasn't the case when he was first on the market in March. The Chiefs are one of the most cornerback-poor teams in the league, and will likely sign Scandrick if he has anything left.
Aug 14 - 5:02 PM

Raiders S Obi Melifonwu will visit a specialist for a "lower-body" injury.

Melifonwu has missed the past week of training camp. The Athletic's Vic Tafur reports there's "some fear" the issue is related to Melifonwu's 2017 season-ending hip issue. Between his knee and hip, Melifonwu made just five rookie appearances.
Aug 14 - 5:00 PM

Dolphins signed DE Kendall Langford.

Langford spent the first four years of his career in Miami. Now 32, Langford had trouble getting on the field in 2017, making just one appearance between the Texans and Saints. He will be a long shot to crack the Dolphins' 53-man roster.
Aug 14 - 4:47 PM

The Las Vegas Review Journal is impressed with how Derek Carr has come along in new coach Jon Gruden's system.

Ace beat writer Michael Gehlken considers Carr to be in "real command" of Gruden's attack. "His fluency level exceeds their time together," Gehlken observed. Gehlken also believes Carr is "directing traffic" to a degree he hasn't in the past. Gruden's comeback is going to live or die with Carr's ability to execute his offense.
Aug 14 - 4:22 PM

Free agent Dez Bryant will visit the Browns on Thursday.

After some volleying through the media, the sides are finally taking their long-awaited meeting. For his part, Bryant said he "wants to be right" before choosing a new home. The time is apparently now. With Josh Gordon's situation still uncertain, the Browns need a body at receiver.
Aug 14 - 2:29 PM

Jaguars.com expects the team to feature Corey Grant more in 2018, "maybe a lot more."

In-house writer John Oehser believes OC Nathaniel Hackett is "too smart to leave a weapon like Grant on the sidelines again." Although it seemed like he was routinely making big plays, Grant touched the ball just 33 times last season. Even if Leonard Fournette is healthy and explosive this year, that number probably needs to go up for Grant. He will struggle for standalone fantasy value, but that would change were Fournette to go down with injury.
Source: jaguars.com
Aug 14 - 2:24 PM

Jaguars.com reports Dede Westbrook has remained a standout throughout training camp.

In-house writer John Oehser believes Westbrook might be forcing himself into the Jaguars' top three, and "could be earning him a far bigger role this season than some observers expected." Westbrook has been hyped since the opening days of Jags camp. The Jags have a mass of bodies at receiver, but Westbrook could have some early-season fantasy appeal as a plug-and-play WR4/5.
Source: jaguars.com
Aug 14 - 2:19 PM




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