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QB A. Rodgers GB $8,800 SALARY 3.9x VALUE 34.2 FP
RB D. Freeman ATL $8,000 SALARY 3.3x VALUE 26.2 FP
WR J. Edelman NE $6,800 SALARY 4.1x VALUE 27.7 FP
WR M. Thomas NO $6,700 SALARY 4.0x VALUE 26.6 FP
TE Z. Ertz PHI $5,900 SALARY 5.5x VALUE 32.4 FP
WR R. Matthews TEN $5,800 SALARY 3.8x VALUE 21.9 FP
D ARI D/ST ARI $4,700 SALARY 5.5x VALUE 26.0 FP
K C. Catanzaro ARI $4,500 SALARY 3.3x VALUE 15.0 FP
RB R. Burkhead CIN $4,500 SALARY 6.1x VALUE 27.4 FP
      $55,700 TOTAL
SALARY
  237.4 TOTAL
FP
QB A. Rodgers GB $7,700 SALARY 4.8x VALUE 37.2 FP
RB D. Freeman ATL $7,000 SALARY 4.1x VALUE 28.7 FP
WR M. Thomas NO $6,700 SALARY 5.2x VALUE 34.6 FP
WR J. Edelman NE $6,400 SALARY 5.4x VALUE 34.7 FP
TE Z. Ertz PHI $4,800 SALARY 8.7x VALUE 41.9 FP
TE K. Rudolph MIN $4,600 SALARY 6.9x VALUE 31.7 FP
WR R. Matthews TEN $4,100 SALARY 7.2x VALUE 29.4 FP
RB R. Burkhead CIN $3,500 SALARY 9.0x VALUE 31.4 FP
D ARI D/ST ARI $3,000 SALARY 8.7x VALUE 26.0 FP
      $47,800 TOTAL
SALARY
  295.6 TOTAL
FP
QB A. Rodgers GB $40 SALARY 0.8x VALUE 32.2 FP
RB D. Freeman ATL $30 SALARY 0.8x VALUE 23.7 FP
WR M. Thomas NO $25 SALARY 0.9x VALUE 21.6 FP
WR J. Edelman NE $24 SALARY 0.9x VALUE 21.7 FP
D ARI D/ST ARI $20 SALARY 1.3x VALUE 26.0 FP
TE Z. Ertz PHI $20 SALARY 1.3x VALUE 25.9 FP
WR R. Matthews TEN $17 SALARY 1.0x VALUE 17.4 FP
RB R. Burkhead CIN $13 SALARY 2.0x VALUE 26.4 FP
RB C. West KC $10 SALARY 2.4x VALUE 23.6 FP
      $199 TOTAL
SALARY
  218.5 TOTAL
FP
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Broncos nab speedster Carlos Henderson at 82nd pick

The Denver Broncos selected Louisiana Tech wide receiver Carlos Henderson with the 82nd overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.

What It Means:

The diminutive Henderson (5’11", 199 pounds) returned kicks throughout college, and put his shiftiness on display as Pro Football Focus credited him with a nation-best 48 missed tackles forced last season. Henderson was "impossible to cover," with 4.46 jets and an explosive broad jump (10’11"). He profiles as a dynamic slot-flanker with field-flipping special teams value.

Henderson racked up 1,535 yards on 82 catches (18.7 yards per reception) with 19 touchdowns after failing to hit 800 yards in each of his first two seasons. Denver's receivers were just 19th-best in Reception Net Expected Points per target in the league.

ArDarius Stewart replenishes Jets receiving corps at 79th overall

The New York Jets selected Alabama wide receiver ArDarius Stewart with the 79th overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.

What It Means:

The 5’11", 204 pound Stewart was a two-year starter in the highly competitive Tuscaloosa depth chart. He combines explosive 4.49 speed and a solid 10-foot-4 broad jump with powerful shiftiness and impressive run-after-catch skills. Horrendous quarterback play at Alabama held him back, but the Crimson Tide coaching staff actively manufactured touches for him. Stewart has a chance to develop into a solid secondary NFL receiver.

Stewart compiled a career 1,713 yards on 129 catches (13.3 yards per reception) with 12 touchdowns. The Jets' receivers earned the ninth-least Reception Net Expected Points per target among wide receiving corps in 2016.

Titans trade up to take Taywan Taylor at 72nd slot

The Tennessee Titans traded up with the New England Patriots to select Western Kentucky wide receiver Taywan Taylor with the 72nd overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.

What It Means:

The Titans surrendered the 83rd and 124th picks to select their second receiver of the draft. The 5’11", 203 pound wideout broke every single-season and career receiving record in Hilltoppers history as a four-year starter. Taylor is smallish, but is capable of winning both outside and in the slot.

When facing NFL-caliber SEC defenses, Taylor earned a combined 133 receiving yards on 18 catches (7.39 yards per reception) against Alabama and Vanderbilt. For his career, he had 4,234 yards on 253 catches (16.7 yards per reception) and 41 touchdowns. Titans' receivers earned the second-fewest total Reception Net Expected Points in 2016.

Rams get receiving help with Cooper Kupp at 69th pick

The Los Angeles Rams selected Eastern Washington wide receiver Cooper Kupp with the 69th overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.

What It Means:

Kupp originally walked on in college, yet ended up starting all 52 of EWU's games during his time there. He earned FCS Offensive Player of the Year as both a junior and senior. The nearly 24-year old Kupp carries "system player" concerns after running 4.62 at the Combine, especially since the 6’2", 204 pound prospect played exclusively as a slot mismatch. Despite his limitations, Kupp could be heavily targeted early in the Rams' barren wideout room.

Kupp broke the all-division college record for career receiving yards, with 6,464 on 428 receptions (15.1 average) and 73 touchdowns. The Rams' wide receiver corps generated the second-least Reception Net Expected Points per target among NFL wideout groups last year. His presence could bump Tavon Austin outside as a deep threat.

Saints swing deal to acquire 67th pick, select Alvin Kamara

The New Orleans Saints traded with the San Francisco 49ers to acquire the 67th overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft to select Tennessee Volunteers running back Alvin Kamara.

What It Means:

The Saints sent a 2018 second-round pick to the 49ers, along with a seventh-round pick this year for the chance to take Kamara. An intriguing move for New Orleans who just added Adrian Peterson to go along with Mark Ingram in the backfield. Not an every down runner, Kamara excels as a pass catching back, despite his unimpressive pass-blocking ability. He won't make much noise in fantasy, his rookie season, as he projects out to an occasional third-down back and could see some action returning punts.

Kamara recorded just 210 carries for 1,294 rushing yards and 16 touchdowns at Tennessee but snagged 74 catches for 683 yards and 7 touchdowns in his two seasons.

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Broncos nab speedster Carlos Henderson at 82nd pick

The Denver Broncos selected Louisiana Tech wide receiver Carlos Henderson with the 82nd overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.

What It Means:

The diminutive Henderson (5’11", 199 pounds) returned kicks throughout college, and put his shiftiness on display as Pro Football Focus credited him with a nation-best 48 missed tackles forced last season. Henderson was "impossible to cover," with 4.46 jets and an explosive broad jump (10’11"). He profiles as a dynamic slot-flanker with field-flipping special teams value.

Henderson racked up 1,535 yards on 82 catches (18.7 yards per reception) with 19 touchdowns after failing to hit 800 yards in each of his first two seasons. Denver's receivers were just 19th-best in Reception Net Expected Points per target in the league.

ArDarius Stewart replenishes Jets receiving corps at 79th overall

The New York Jets selected Alabama wide receiver ArDarius Stewart with the 79th overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.

What It Means:

The 5’11", 204 pound Stewart was a two-year starter in the highly competitive Tuscaloosa depth chart. He combines explosive 4.49 speed and a solid 10-foot-4 broad jump with powerful shiftiness and impressive run-after-catch skills. Horrendous quarterback play at Alabama held him back, but the Crimson Tide coaching staff actively manufactured touches for him. Stewart has a chance to develop into a solid secondary NFL receiver.

Stewart compiled a career 1,713 yards on 129 catches (13.3 yards per reception) with 12 touchdowns. The Jets' receivers earned the ninth-least Reception Net Expected Points per target among wide receiving corps in 2016.

Titans trade up to take Taywan Taylor at 72nd slot

The Tennessee Titans traded up with the New England Patriots to select Western Kentucky wide receiver Taywan Taylor with the 72nd overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.

What It Means:

The Titans surrendered the 83rd and 124th picks to select their second receiver of the draft. The 5’11", 203 pound wideout broke every single-season and career receiving record in Hilltoppers history as a four-year starter. Taylor is smallish, but is capable of winning both outside and in the slot.

When facing NFL-caliber SEC defenses, Taylor earned a combined 133 receiving yards on 18 catches (7.39 yards per reception) against Alabama and Vanderbilt. For his career, he had 4,234 yards on 253 catches (16.7 yards per reception) and 41 touchdowns. Titans' receivers earned the second-fewest total Reception Net Expected Points in 2016.

Rams get receiving help with Cooper Kupp at 69th pick

The Los Angeles Rams selected Eastern Washington wide receiver Cooper Kupp with the 69th overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.

What It Means:

Kupp originally walked on in college, yet ended up starting all 52 of EWU's games during his time there. He earned FCS Offensive Player of the Year as both a junior and senior. The nearly 24-year old Kupp carries "system player" concerns after running 4.62 at the Combine, especially since the 6’2", 204 pound prospect played exclusively as a slot mismatch. Despite his limitations, Kupp could be heavily targeted early in the Rams' barren wideout room.

Kupp broke the all-division college record for career receiving yards, with 6,464 on 428 receptions (15.1 average) and 73 touchdowns. The Rams' wide receiver corps generated the second-least Reception Net Expected Points per target among NFL wideout groups last year. His presence could bump Tavon Austin outside as a deep threat.

Saints swing deal to acquire 67th pick, select Alvin Kamara

The New Orleans Saints traded with the San Francisco 49ers to acquire the 67th overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft to select Tennessee Volunteers running back Alvin Kamara.

What It Means:

The Saints sent a 2018 second-round pick to the 49ers, along with a seventh-round pick this year for the chance to take Kamara. An intriguing move for New Orleans who just added Adrian Peterson to go along with Mark Ingram in the backfield. Not an every down runner, Kamara excels as a pass catching back, despite his unimpressive pass-blocking ability. He won't make much noise in fantasy, his rookie season, as he projects out to an occasional third-down back and could see some action returning punts.

Kamara recorded just 210 carries for 1,294 rushing yards and 16 touchdowns at Tennessee but snagged 74 catches for 683 yards and 7 touchdowns in his two seasons.

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Broncos nab speedster Carlos Henderson at 82nd pick

The Denver Broncos selected Louisiana Tech wide receiver Carlos Henderson with the 82nd overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.

What It Means:

The diminutive Henderson (5’11", 199 pounds) returned kicks throughout college, and put his shiftiness on display as Pro Football Focus credited him with a nation-best 48 missed tackles forced last season. Henderson was "impossible to cover," with 4.46 jets and an explosive broad jump (10’11"). He profiles as a dynamic slot-flanker with field-flipping special teams value.

Henderson racked up 1,535 yards on 82 catches (18.7 yards per reception) with 19 touchdowns after failing to hit 800 yards in each of his first two seasons. Denver's receivers were just 19th-best in Reception Net Expected Points per target in the league.

ArDarius Stewart replenishes Jets receiving corps at 79th overall

The New York Jets selected Alabama wide receiver ArDarius Stewart with the 79th overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.

What It Means:

The 5’11", 204 pound Stewart was a two-year starter in the highly competitive Tuscaloosa depth chart. He combines explosive 4.49 speed and a solid 10-foot-4 broad jump with powerful shiftiness and impressive run-after-catch skills. Horrendous quarterback play at Alabama held him back, but the Crimson Tide coaching staff actively manufactured touches for him. Stewart has a chance to develop into a solid secondary NFL receiver.

Stewart compiled a career 1,713 yards on 129 catches (13.3 yards per reception) with 12 touchdowns. The Jets' receivers earned the ninth-least Reception Net Expected Points per target among wide receiving corps in 2016.

Titans trade up to take Taywan Taylor at 72nd slot

The Tennessee Titans traded up with the New England Patriots to select Western Kentucky wide receiver Taywan Taylor with the 72nd overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.

What It Means:

The Titans surrendered the 83rd and 124th picks to select their second receiver of the draft. The 5’11", 203 pound wideout broke every single-season and career receiving record in Hilltoppers history as a four-year starter. Taylor is smallish, but is capable of winning both outside and in the slot.

When facing NFL-caliber SEC defenses, Taylor earned a combined 133 receiving yards on 18 catches (7.39 yards per reception) against Alabama and Vanderbilt. For his career, he had 4,234 yards on 253 catches (16.7 yards per reception) and 41 touchdowns. Titans' receivers earned the second-fewest total Reception Net Expected Points in 2016.

Rams get receiving help with Cooper Kupp at 69th pick

The Los Angeles Rams selected Eastern Washington wide receiver Cooper Kupp with the 69th overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.

What It Means:

Kupp originally walked on in college, yet ended up starting all 52 of EWU's games during his time there. He earned FCS Offensive Player of the Year as both a junior and senior. The nearly 24-year old Kupp carries "system player" concerns after running 4.62 at the Combine, especially since the 6’2", 204 pound prospect played exclusively as a slot mismatch. Despite his limitations, Kupp could be heavily targeted early in the Rams' barren wideout room.

Kupp broke the all-division college record for career receiving yards, with 6,464 on 428 receptions (15.1 average) and 73 touchdowns. The Rams' wide receiver corps generated the second-least Reception Net Expected Points per target among NFL wideout groups last year. His presence could bump Tavon Austin outside as a deep threat.

Saints swing deal to acquire 67th pick, select Alvin Kamara

The New Orleans Saints traded with the San Francisco 49ers to acquire the 67th overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft to select Tennessee Volunteers running back Alvin Kamara.

What It Means:

The Saints sent a 2018 second-round pick to the 49ers, along with a seventh-round pick this year for the chance to take Kamara. An intriguing move for New Orleans who just added Adrian Peterson to go along with Mark Ingram in the backfield. Not an every down runner, Kamara excels as a pass catching back, despite his unimpressive pass-blocking ability. He won't make much noise in fantasy, his rookie season, as he projects out to an occasional third-down back and could see some action returning punts.

Kamara recorded just 210 carries for 1,294 rushing yards and 16 touchdowns at Tennessee but snagged 74 catches for 683 yards and 7 touchdowns in his two seasons.

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