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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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Cowboys' second-year tight end Blake Jarwin was starter in spring

Dallas Cowboys second-year undrafted free agent Blake Jarwin worked as the number-one tight end during OTAs and minicamp, says team reporter Marcus Mosher.

What It Means:

Mosher added that 2016 sixth-round pick Rico Gathers "barely gets any snaps in practice," so it looks like Jarwin may be the early favorite to take over for retired 15-year veteran Jason Witten.

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

Allen Hurns working as Cowboys' 'clear-cut' number-one

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Allen Hurns was the team's "clear-cut" number-one option at his position throughout spring practices, according to team reporter Marcus Mosher.

What It Means:

Dez Bryant is gone and the other notable receivers on the Cowboys' roster are Cole Beasley, Terrance Williams, and third-rounder Michael Gallup, so this doesn't come as any surprise. Look for Ezekiel Elliott to also be heavily involved in the passing game. Hurns signed a 2-year, $12 million deal with Dallas after being released from the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Hurns is the WR54 in numberFire's preseason fantasy rankings and our models believe he will finish with 46.0 receptions (77.1 targets) for 612.1 yards and 2.71 touchdowns in 2018.

D'Onta Foreman (Achilles) unlikely to be ready for Texans' training camp

Houston Texans running back D'Onta Foreman (Achilles) is not expected to be ready to participate at the start of training camp in late-July.

What It Means:

Foreman is still recovering from surgery on a torn Achilles Tendon he suffered in November 2017. He is expected to compete with Lamar Miller for touches in the Texans' backfield but does not appear to be on track for full participation when training camp starts. Tyler Ervin and Alfred blue will see extra work as long as Foreman is limited.

Our models project Foreman for 142 touches (19.8 catches), 626.9 total yards, and 4.1 touchdowns in 2018.

Eric Ebron standing out for Colts during offseason work

Indianapolis Colts tight end Eric Ebron "has been among the more impressive Colts" this offseason, writes Stephen Holder of the Indy Star.

What It Means:

Ebron has lined up everywhere except the backfield for the Colts this offseason, and both his intelligence and versatility have received praise from new head coach Frank Reich, so the 2014 first-rounder may be able to find a consistent role in the offense. Ebron signed a 2-year deal with the Colts in March.

numberFire's models currently project Ebron to catch 33.4 passes (54.6 targets) for 340.5 yards and 3.75 touchdowns in 2018.

D.J. Moore 'has looked the part' for Panthers

Carolina Panthers first-round wide receiver D.J. Moore "has looked the part" this offseason, writes Albert Breer of Monday Morning Quarterback.

What It Means:

This comes after in-house team writer Max Henson said last week that Moore is "more than ready to contribute," so it sounds like the first receiver taken in April's draft will be ready to make an impact for the Panthers right away.

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.

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Cowboys' second-year tight end Blake Jarwin was starter in spring

Dallas Cowboys second-year undrafted free agent Blake Jarwin worked as the number-one tight end during OTAs and minicamp, says team reporter Marcus Mosher.

What It Means:

Mosher added that 2016 sixth-round pick Rico Gathers "barely gets any snaps in practice," so it looks like Jarwin may be the early favorite to take over for retired 15-year veteran Jason Witten.

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

Allen Hurns working as Cowboys' 'clear-cut' number-one

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Allen Hurns was the team's "clear-cut" number-one option at his position throughout spring practices, according to team reporter Marcus Mosher.

What It Means:

Dez Bryant is gone and the other notable receivers on the Cowboys' roster are Cole Beasley, Terrance Williams, and third-rounder Michael Gallup, so this doesn't come as any surprise. Look for Ezekiel Elliott to also be heavily involved in the passing game. Hurns signed a 2-year, $12 million deal with Dallas after being released from the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Hurns is the WR54 in numberFire's preseason fantasy rankings and our models believe he will finish with 46.0 receptions (77.1 targets) for 612.1 yards and 2.71 touchdowns in 2018.

D'Onta Foreman (Achilles) unlikely to be ready for Texans' training camp

Houston Texans running back D'Onta Foreman (Achilles) is not expected to be ready to participate at the start of training camp in late-July.

What It Means:

Foreman is still recovering from surgery on a torn Achilles Tendon he suffered in November 2017. He is expected to compete with Lamar Miller for touches in the Texans' backfield but does not appear to be on track for full participation when training camp starts. Tyler Ervin and Alfred blue will see extra work as long as Foreman is limited.

Our models project Foreman for 142 touches (19.8 catches), 626.9 total yards, and 4.1 touchdowns in 2018.

Eric Ebron standing out for Colts during offseason work

Indianapolis Colts tight end Eric Ebron "has been among the more impressive Colts" this offseason, writes Stephen Holder of the Indy Star.

What It Means:

Ebron has lined up everywhere except the backfield for the Colts this offseason, and both his intelligence and versatility have received praise from new head coach Frank Reich, so the 2014 first-rounder may be able to find a consistent role in the offense. Ebron signed a 2-year deal with the Colts in March.

numberFire's models currently project Ebron to catch 33.4 passes (54.6 targets) for 340.5 yards and 3.75 touchdowns in 2018.

D.J. Moore 'has looked the part' for Panthers

Carolina Panthers first-round wide receiver D.J. Moore "has looked the part" this offseason, writes Albert Breer of Monday Morning Quarterback.

What It Means:

This comes after in-house team writer Max Henson said last week that Moore is "more than ready to contribute," so it sounds like the first receiver taken in April's draft will be ready to make an impact for the Panthers right away.

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.

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Cowboys' second-year tight end Blake Jarwin was starter in spring

Dallas Cowboys second-year undrafted free agent Blake Jarwin worked as the number-one tight end during OTAs and minicamp, says team reporter Marcus Mosher.

What It Means:

Mosher added that 2016 sixth-round pick Rico Gathers "barely gets any snaps in practice," so it looks like Jarwin may be the early favorite to take over for retired 15-year veteran Jason Witten.

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

Allen Hurns working as Cowboys' 'clear-cut' number-one

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Allen Hurns was the team's "clear-cut" number-one option at his position throughout spring practices, according to team reporter Marcus Mosher.

What It Means:

Dez Bryant is gone and the other notable receivers on the Cowboys' roster are Cole Beasley, Terrance Williams, and third-rounder Michael Gallup, so this doesn't come as any surprise. Look for Ezekiel Elliott to also be heavily involved in the passing game. Hurns signed a 2-year, $12 million deal with Dallas after being released from the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Hurns is the WR54 in numberFire's preseason fantasy rankings and our models believe he will finish with 46.0 receptions (77.1 targets) for 612.1 yards and 2.71 touchdowns in 2018.

D'Onta Foreman (Achilles) unlikely to be ready for Texans' training camp

Houston Texans running back D'Onta Foreman (Achilles) is not expected to be ready to participate at the start of training camp in late-July.

What It Means:

Foreman is still recovering from surgery on a torn Achilles Tendon he suffered in November 2017. He is expected to compete with Lamar Miller for touches in the Texans' backfield but does not appear to be on track for full participation when training camp starts. Tyler Ervin and Alfred blue will see extra work as long as Foreman is limited.

Our models project Foreman for 142 touches (19.8 catches), 626.9 total yards, and 4.1 touchdowns in 2018.

Eric Ebron standing out for Colts during offseason work

Indianapolis Colts tight end Eric Ebron "has been among the more impressive Colts" this offseason, writes Stephen Holder of the Indy Star.

What It Means:

Ebron has lined up everywhere except the backfield for the Colts this offseason, and both his intelligence and versatility have received praise from new head coach Frank Reich, so the 2014 first-rounder may be able to find a consistent role in the offense. Ebron signed a 2-year deal with the Colts in March.

numberFire's models currently project Ebron to catch 33.4 passes (54.6 targets) for 340.5 yards and 3.75 touchdowns in 2018.

D.J. Moore 'has looked the part' for Panthers

Carolina Panthers first-round wide receiver D.J. Moore "has looked the part" this offseason, writes Albert Breer of Monday Morning Quarterback.

What It Means:

This comes after in-house team writer Max Henson said last week that Moore is "more than ready to contribute," so it sounds like the first receiver taken in April's draft will be ready to make an impact for the Panthers right away.

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.

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