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YESTERDAY'S PERFECT LINEUP

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WR D. Amendola NE $6,400 SALARY 3.9x VALUE 25.0 FP
D PHI D/ST PHI $4,800 SALARY 3.5x VALUE 17.0 FP
WR A. Jeffery PHI $7,300 SALARY 3.2x VALUE 23.0 FP
QB N. Foles PHI $7,100 SALARY 3.7x VALUE 26.1 FP
TE Z. Ertz PHI $7,000 SALARY 1.9x VALUE 13.3 FP
WR B. Cooks NE $7,000 SALARY 1.9x VALUE 13.0 FP
RB J. McKinnon MIN $6,800 SALARY 2.7x VALUE 18.1 FP
K J. Lambo JAC $4,600 SALARY 2.4x VALUE 11.0 FP
RB L. Fournette JAC $8,500 SALARY 1.9x VALUE 15.9 FP
      $59,500 TOTAL
SALARY
  162.4 TOTAL
FP
WR D. Amendola NE $5,500 SALARY 5.2x VALUE 28.5 FP
D PHI D/ST PHI $3,000 SALARY 5.7x VALUE 17.0 FP
WR A. Jeffery PHI $4,600 SALARY 5.5x VALUE 25.5 FP
QB N. Foles PHI $4,800 SALARY 6.1x VALUE 29.1 FP
TE Z. Ertz PHI $5,300 SALARY 3.3x VALUE 17.3 FP
WR B. Cooks NE $6,100 SALARY 3.1x VALUE 19.0 FP
RB J. McKinnon MIN $5,100 SALARY 4.6x VALUE 23.6 FP
WR S. Diggs MIN $6,900 SALARY 2.2x VALUE 15.0 FP
RB L. Fournette JAC $7,200 SALARY 2.4x VALUE 16.9 FP
      $48,500 TOTAL
SALARY
  191.9 TOTAL
FP
WR D. Amendola NE $13 SALARY 1.7x VALUE 21.5 FP
D PHI D/ST PHI $20 SALARY 0.9x VALUE 17.0 FP
TE K. Rudolph MIN $17 SALARY 0.5x VALUE 8.5 FP
WR T. Smith PHI $10 SALARY 1.3x VALUE 12.9 FP
WR A. Jeffery PHI $18 SALARY 1.1x VALUE 20.5 FP
QB N. Foles PHI $20 SALARY 1.3x VALUE 26.1 FP
WR B. Cooks NE $23 SALARY 0.4x VALUE 10.0 FP
RB J. McKinnon MIN $17 SALARY 0.7x VALUE 12.6 FP
RB L. Fournette JAC $31 SALARY 0.5x VALUE 14.9 FP
      $169 TOTAL
SALARY
  144.0 TOTAL
FP
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Ravens' Kenneth Dixon (knee) fully cleared to start training camp

Baltimore Ravens running back Kenneth Dixon is not on the active/PUP list to begin training camp.

What It Means:

Dixon missed all of the 2017 season after suffering a torn meniscus which required a full repair last summer, so it's encouraging to see him fully cleared heading into training camp. The 24-year-old back will likely compete with Buck Allen for a secondary role in the Ravens' backfield behind Alex Collins.

numberFire's models project Dixon to total 513.4 yards from scrimmage and 3.26 offensive touchdowns on 84.9 touches (33.5 catches) this season. He falls just inside the top-60 running backs in our preseason fantasy rankings.

Cowboys' DeMarcus Lawrence will play under franchise tag

Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman DeMarcus Lawrence will play under the franchise tag this season.

What It Means:

Lawrence has no qualms with playing and earning a long-term deal this season but he will not play under the tag again in 2019, reports Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. The 26-year-old lineman will make $17.1 million guaranteed this season as the Cowboys' franchise player.

Lawrence recorded 15 sacks and 4 forced fumbles in 16 games last season.

Le'Veon Bell to play under tag again, likely done with Steelers after 2018

Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell will play under the franchise tag for a second straight season.

What It Means:

The two sides failed to reach a long-term agreement, and as a result, Bell likely won't return to the Steelers after this season, his agent, Adisa Bakari, told ESPN's Adam Schefter. "It became clear the Steelers wanted to pay the position, not the player," Bakari said. Last season, Bell sat out all of training camp and didn't report to the Steelers until nine days before Week 1, and Schefter reported earlier Monday that the 26-year-old running back may sit out the first half of the season if a deal wasn't reached. He will yield $14.544 million under the tag in 2018.

As of now, numberFire's models expect Bell to play a full season and have him rated as the top overall running back in our preseason fantasy football rankings. We project him for 1,398.8 yards and 10.15 touchdowns on the ground, with another 662.9 yards and 2.79 touchdowns on 81.5 catches.

Cowboys' Blake Jarwin 'regularly targeted' during offseason

Dallas Cowboys tight end Blake Jarwin was "regularly targeted" by Dak Prescott during the offseason program, writes Jori Epstein of the Dallas Morning News.

What It Means:

Jarwin reportedly worked as the Cowboys' number-one tight end during OTAs and minicamp, and it sounds like the second-year undrafted free agent may be asked to step in as Dallas' top pass-catching tight end following Jason Witten's retirement. Geoff Swaim is expected to start but will likely be used more as a blocker. Rico Gathers and fourth-round rookie Dalton Schultz fill out the rest of the depth chart.

Jarwin caught 41 passes for 616 yards (15.0 yards per reception) and 5 touchdowns during a three-year career (28 games) at Oklahoma State.

D.J. Moore able to help Panthers' offense right away

Carolina Panthers first-round wide receiver D.J. Moore "can help the offense immediately," writes Max Henson of the team's official website.

What It Means:

Henson reiterated that Moore "looked more than ready to contribute during spring practices" and emphasized the receiver's "unique skill set" for his ability to make plays after the catch. The 21-year-old rookie should open the year as the Panthers' second starter opposite Devin Funchess, but he will still have to compete with Greg Olsen and Christian McCaffrey for targets.

numberFire's early models project Moore to catch 44.0 passes (72.5) targets for 556.8 yards and 3.26 touchdowns during his rookie campaign. He's the WR58 in our preseason fantasy rankings.

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Ravens' Kenneth Dixon (knee) fully cleared to start training camp

Baltimore Ravens running back Kenneth Dixon is not on the active/PUP list to begin training camp.

What It Means:

Dixon missed all of the 2017 season after suffering a torn meniscus which required a full repair last summer, so it's encouraging to see him fully cleared heading into training camp. The 24-year-old back will likely compete with Buck Allen for a secondary role in the Ravens' backfield behind Alex Collins.

numberFire's models project Dixon to total 513.4 yards from scrimmage and 3.26 offensive touchdowns on 84.9 touches (33.5 catches) this season. He falls just inside the top-60 running backs in our preseason fantasy rankings.

Cowboys' DeMarcus Lawrence will play under franchise tag

Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman DeMarcus Lawrence will play under the franchise tag this season.

What It Means:

Lawrence has no qualms with playing and earning a long-term deal this season but he will not play under the tag again in 2019, reports Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. The 26-year-old lineman will make $17.1 million guaranteed this season as the Cowboys' franchise player.

Lawrence recorded 15 sacks and 4 forced fumbles in 16 games last season.

Le'Veon Bell to play under tag again, likely done with Steelers after 2018

Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell will play under the franchise tag for a second straight season.

What It Means:

The two sides failed to reach a long-term agreement, and as a result, Bell likely won't return to the Steelers after this season, his agent, Adisa Bakari, told ESPN's Adam Schefter. "It became clear the Steelers wanted to pay the position, not the player," Bakari said. Last season, Bell sat out all of training camp and didn't report to the Steelers until nine days before Week 1, and Schefter reported earlier Monday that the 26-year-old running back may sit out the first half of the season if a deal wasn't reached. He will yield $14.544 million under the tag in 2018.

As of now, numberFire's models expect Bell to play a full season and have him rated as the top overall running back in our preseason fantasy football rankings. We project him for 1,398.8 yards and 10.15 touchdowns on the ground, with another 662.9 yards and 2.79 touchdowns on 81.5 catches.

Cowboys' Blake Jarwin 'regularly targeted' during offseason

Dallas Cowboys tight end Blake Jarwin was "regularly targeted" by Dak Prescott during the offseason program, writes Jori Epstein of the Dallas Morning News.

What It Means:

Jarwin reportedly worked as the Cowboys' number-one tight end during OTAs and minicamp, and it sounds like the second-year undrafted free agent may be asked to step in as Dallas' top pass-catching tight end following Jason Witten's retirement. Geoff Swaim is expected to start but will likely be used more as a blocker. Rico Gathers and fourth-round rookie Dalton Schultz fill out the rest of the depth chart.

Jarwin caught 41 passes for 616 yards (15.0 yards per reception) and 5 touchdowns during a three-year career (28 games) at Oklahoma State.

D.J. Moore able to help Panthers' offense right away

Carolina Panthers first-round wide receiver D.J. Moore "can help the offense immediately," writes Max Henson of the team's official website.

What It Means:

Henson reiterated that Moore "looked more than ready to contribute during spring practices" and emphasized the receiver's "unique skill set" for his ability to make plays after the catch. The 21-year-old rookie should open the year as the Panthers' second starter opposite Devin Funchess, but he will still have to compete with Greg Olsen and Christian McCaffrey for targets.

numberFire's early models project Moore to catch 44.0 passes (72.5) targets for 556.8 yards and 3.26 touchdowns during his rookie campaign. He's the WR58 in our preseason fantasy rankings.

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Ravens' Kenneth Dixon (knee) fully cleared to start training camp

Baltimore Ravens running back Kenneth Dixon is not on the active/PUP list to begin training camp.

What It Means:

Dixon missed all of the 2017 season after suffering a torn meniscus which required a full repair last summer, so it's encouraging to see him fully cleared heading into training camp. The 24-year-old back will likely compete with Buck Allen for a secondary role in the Ravens' backfield behind Alex Collins.

numberFire's models project Dixon to total 513.4 yards from scrimmage and 3.26 offensive touchdowns on 84.9 touches (33.5 catches) this season. He falls just inside the top-60 running backs in our preseason fantasy rankings.

Cowboys' DeMarcus Lawrence will play under franchise tag

Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman DeMarcus Lawrence will play under the franchise tag this season.

What It Means:

Lawrence has no qualms with playing and earning a long-term deal this season but he will not play under the tag again in 2019, reports Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. The 26-year-old lineman will make $17.1 million guaranteed this season as the Cowboys' franchise player.

Lawrence recorded 15 sacks and 4 forced fumbles in 16 games last season.

Le'Veon Bell to play under tag again, likely done with Steelers after 2018

Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell will play under the franchise tag for a second straight season.

What It Means:

The two sides failed to reach a long-term agreement, and as a result, Bell likely won't return to the Steelers after this season, his agent, Adisa Bakari, told ESPN's Adam Schefter. "It became clear the Steelers wanted to pay the position, not the player," Bakari said. Last season, Bell sat out all of training camp and didn't report to the Steelers until nine days before Week 1, and Schefter reported earlier Monday that the 26-year-old running back may sit out the first half of the season if a deal wasn't reached. He will yield $14.544 million under the tag in 2018.

As of now, numberFire's models expect Bell to play a full season and have him rated as the top overall running back in our preseason fantasy football rankings. We project him for 1,398.8 yards and 10.15 touchdowns on the ground, with another 662.9 yards and 2.79 touchdowns on 81.5 catches.

Cowboys' Blake Jarwin 'regularly targeted' during offseason

Dallas Cowboys tight end Blake Jarwin was "regularly targeted" by Dak Prescott during the offseason program, writes Jori Epstein of the Dallas Morning News.

What It Means:

Jarwin reportedly worked as the Cowboys' number-one tight end during OTAs and minicamp, and it sounds like the second-year undrafted free agent may be asked to step in as Dallas' top pass-catching tight end following Jason Witten's retirement. Geoff Swaim is expected to start but will likely be used more as a blocker. Rico Gathers and fourth-round rookie Dalton Schultz fill out the rest of the depth chart.

Jarwin caught 41 passes for 616 yards (15.0 yards per reception) and 5 touchdowns during a three-year career (28 games) at Oklahoma State.

D.J. Moore able to help Panthers' offense right away

Carolina Panthers first-round wide receiver D.J. Moore "can help the offense immediately," writes Max Henson of the team's official website.

What It Means:

Henson reiterated that Moore "looked more than ready to contribute during spring practices" and emphasized the receiver's "unique skill set" for his ability to make plays after the catch. The 21-year-old rookie should open the year as the Panthers' second starter opposite Devin Funchess, but he will still have to compete with Greg Olsen and Christian McCaffrey for targets.

numberFire's early models project Moore to catch 44.0 passes (72.5) targets for 556.8 yards and 3.26 touchdowns during his rookie campaign. He's the WR58 in our preseason fantasy rankings.

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