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QB A. Rodgers GB $8,800 SALARY 3.9x VALUE 34.2 FP
WR J. Edelman NE $6,800 SALARY 4.1x VALUE 27.7 FP
D ARI D/ST ARI $4,700 SALARY 5.5x VALUE 26.0 FP
WR R. Matthews TEN $5,800 SALARY 3.8x VALUE 21.9 FP
TE Z. Ertz PHI $5,900 SALARY 5.5x VALUE 32.4 FP
RB R. Burkhead CIN $4,500 SALARY 6.1x VALUE 27.4 FP
RB D. Freeman ATL $8,000 SALARY 3.3x VALUE 26.2 FP
K C. Catanzaro ARI $4,500 SALARY 3.3x VALUE 15.0 FP
WR M. Thomas NO $6,700 SALARY 4.0x VALUE 26.6 FP
      $55,700 TOTAL
SALARY
  237.4 TOTAL
FP
QB A. Rodgers GB $7,700 SALARY 4.8x VALUE 37.2 FP
WR J. Edelman NE $6,400 SALARY 5.4x VALUE 34.7 FP
D ARI D/ST ARI $3,000 SALARY 8.7x VALUE 26.0 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
TE Z. Ertz PHI $4,800 SALARY 8.7x VALUE 41.9 FP
RB R. Burkhead CIN $3,500 SALARY 9.0x VALUE 31.4 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
      $47,800 TOTAL
SALARY
  295.6 TOTAL
FP
QB A. Rodgers GB $40 SALARY 0.8x VALUE 32.2 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
WR R. Matthews TEN $17 SALARY 1.0x VALUE 17.4 FP
TE Z. Ertz PHI $20 SALARY 1.3x VALUE 25.9 FP
RB R. Burkhead CIN $13 SALARY 2.0x VALUE 26.4 FP
RB D. Freeman ATL $30 SALARY 0.8x VALUE 23.7 FP
RB C. West KC $10 SALARY 2.4x VALUE 23.6 FP
WR M. Thomas NO $25 SALARY 0.9x VALUE 21.6 FP
      $199 TOTAL
SALARY
  218.5 TOTAL
FP
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Giants lining Evan Engram up everywhere in OTA's

New York Giants rookie tight end Evan Engram has been lining up "everywhere" at OTAs.

What It Means:

According to beat writer Dan Duggan, Engram played traditional in-line tight end, in the slot, out wide, and even some H-back. Offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan has said Engram will be taught to play as an in-line tight end, but the best way to maximize Engram's athletic skill set is to use him to create mismatches against smaller cornerbacks and slower linebackers.

The Giants' tight ends in 2016, led by Will Tye, were third-worst in Reception Net Expected Points per target among league-wide tight end groups.

Leonard Fournette impressing Jaguars with receiving ability

The Jacksonville Jaguars have been pleased with rookie running back Leonard Fournette's pass-catching at OTAs, head coach Doug Marrone said.

What It Means:

Fournette wasn't asked to catch many passes at LSU but he seemed comfortable as a receiver at the Combine and his Pro Day and has kept up the good work at OTAs. Beat reporter Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union only saw Fournette drop one pass during Friday's practice.

Fournette saw just 41 catches for 526 yards in three seasons at LSU. If he develops pass-catching ability, that will all but decimate T.J. Yeldon's third-down value; Yeldon was already just third-lowest in Reception Net Expected Points per target among the 21 running backs to be targeted at least 50 times last year.

Cowboys expect Ryan Switzer to have meaningful role

Dallas Cowboys fourth-round wide receiver Ryan Switzer to have a "significant" role in the team's offense, offensive coordinator Scott Linehan expects.

What It Means:

"His role is significant," said Linehan. "He complements [Cole] Beasley and also gives us some big-time needed depth." Linehan called Switzer a "classic slot receiver." Switzer has practiced with the first team at OTAs with Beasley nursing a hamstring injury. Despite Linehan's comments, Switzer will have a tough time earning snaps as long as Beasley is healthy.

Beasley turned in the 10th-most Reception Net Expected Points per target among the 92 receivers to see at least 50 targets last year.

Teddy Bridgewater (knee) rapidly improving in Vikings' rehab

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (knee) is "progressing as well as anybody could expect," head coach Mike Zimmer said.

What It Means:

"He’s throwing the ball well. He’s got good velocity, accurate," Zimmer said. "He’s working his rear end off. It just makes you proud for him." Despite the progress, Zimmer conceded Bridgewater still has a "long ways to go." Regardless of Bridgewater's availability, Sam Bradford is locked in as the Vikings' Week 1 starter.

Bridgewater finished 31st in Passing Net Expected Points per drop back among the 39 quarterbacks in 2015 with at least 150 drop backs.

Nelson Agholor working to keep up with Eagles' competition

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Nelson Agholor has seen improvement this offseason, according to head coach Doug Pederson.

What It Means:

"As I've said all along, competition, man, sharpens you," said Pederson. "And that's what I've seen from Nelson. He's done a great job already this spring." Agholor has been a bust since arriving as a first-round pick in 2015, and any improvements may be too little too late as Agholor will take a backseat to newcomers Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith.

Agholor's 0.46 Reception Net Expected Points per target were the sixth-fewest among the 92 wide receivers with at least 50 targets last year.

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Giants lining Evan Engram up everywhere in OTA's

New York Giants rookie tight end Evan Engram has been lining up "everywhere" at OTAs.

What It Means:

According to beat writer Dan Duggan, Engram played traditional in-line tight end, in the slot, out wide, and even some H-back. Offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan has said Engram will be taught to play as an in-line tight end, but the best way to maximize Engram's athletic skill set is to use him to create mismatches against smaller cornerbacks and slower linebackers.

The Giants' tight ends in 2016, led by Will Tye, were third-worst in Reception Net Expected Points per target among league-wide tight end groups.

Leonard Fournette impressing Jaguars with receiving ability

The Jacksonville Jaguars have been pleased with rookie running back Leonard Fournette's pass-catching at OTAs, head coach Doug Marrone said.

What It Means:

Fournette wasn't asked to catch many passes at LSU but he seemed comfortable as a receiver at the Combine and his Pro Day and has kept up the good work at OTAs. Beat reporter Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union only saw Fournette drop one pass during Friday's practice.

Fournette saw just 41 catches for 526 yards in three seasons at LSU. If he develops pass-catching ability, that will all but decimate T.J. Yeldon's third-down value; Yeldon was already just third-lowest in Reception Net Expected Points per target among the 21 running backs to be targeted at least 50 times last year.

Cowboys expect Ryan Switzer to have meaningful role

Dallas Cowboys fourth-round wide receiver Ryan Switzer to have a "significant" role in the team's offense, offensive coordinator Scott Linehan expects.

What It Means:

"His role is significant," said Linehan. "He complements [Cole] Beasley and also gives us some big-time needed depth." Linehan called Switzer a "classic slot receiver." Switzer has practiced with the first team at OTAs with Beasley nursing a hamstring injury. Despite Linehan's comments, Switzer will have a tough time earning snaps as long as Beasley is healthy.

Beasley turned in the 10th-most Reception Net Expected Points per target among the 92 receivers to see at least 50 targets last year.

Teddy Bridgewater (knee) rapidly improving in Vikings' rehab

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (knee) is "progressing as well as anybody could expect," head coach Mike Zimmer said.

What It Means:

"He’s throwing the ball well. He’s got good velocity, accurate," Zimmer said. "He’s working his rear end off. It just makes you proud for him." Despite the progress, Zimmer conceded Bridgewater still has a "long ways to go." Regardless of Bridgewater's availability, Sam Bradford is locked in as the Vikings' Week 1 starter.

Bridgewater finished 31st in Passing Net Expected Points per drop back among the 39 quarterbacks in 2015 with at least 150 drop backs.

Nelson Agholor working to keep up with Eagles' competition

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Nelson Agholor has seen improvement this offseason, according to head coach Doug Pederson.

What It Means:

"As I've said all along, competition, man, sharpens you," said Pederson. "And that's what I've seen from Nelson. He's done a great job already this spring." Agholor has been a bust since arriving as a first-round pick in 2015, and any improvements may be too little too late as Agholor will take a backseat to newcomers Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith.

Agholor's 0.46 Reception Net Expected Points per target were the sixth-fewest among the 92 wide receivers with at least 50 targets last year.

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Giants lining Evan Engram up everywhere in OTA's

New York Giants rookie tight end Evan Engram has been lining up "everywhere" at OTAs.

What It Means:

According to beat writer Dan Duggan, Engram played traditional in-line tight end, in the slot, out wide, and even some H-back. Offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan has said Engram will be taught to play as an in-line tight end, but the best way to maximize Engram's athletic skill set is to use him to create mismatches against smaller cornerbacks and slower linebackers.

The Giants' tight ends in 2016, led by Will Tye, were third-worst in Reception Net Expected Points per target among league-wide tight end groups.

Leonard Fournette impressing Jaguars with receiving ability

The Jacksonville Jaguars have been pleased with rookie running back Leonard Fournette's pass-catching at OTAs, head coach Doug Marrone said.

What It Means:

Fournette wasn't asked to catch many passes at LSU but he seemed comfortable as a receiver at the Combine and his Pro Day and has kept up the good work at OTAs. Beat reporter Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union only saw Fournette drop one pass during Friday's practice.

Fournette saw just 41 catches for 526 yards in three seasons at LSU. If he develops pass-catching ability, that will all but decimate T.J. Yeldon's third-down value; Yeldon was already just third-lowest in Reception Net Expected Points per target among the 21 running backs to be targeted at least 50 times last year.

Cowboys expect Ryan Switzer to have meaningful role

Dallas Cowboys fourth-round wide receiver Ryan Switzer to have a "significant" role in the team's offense, offensive coordinator Scott Linehan expects.

What It Means:

"His role is significant," said Linehan. "He complements [Cole] Beasley and also gives us some big-time needed depth." Linehan called Switzer a "classic slot receiver." Switzer has practiced with the first team at OTAs with Beasley nursing a hamstring injury. Despite Linehan's comments, Switzer will have a tough time earning snaps as long as Beasley is healthy.

Beasley turned in the 10th-most Reception Net Expected Points per target among the 92 receivers to see at least 50 targets last year.

Teddy Bridgewater (knee) rapidly improving in Vikings' rehab

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (knee) is "progressing as well as anybody could expect," head coach Mike Zimmer said.

What It Means:

"He’s throwing the ball well. He’s got good velocity, accurate," Zimmer said. "He’s working his rear end off. It just makes you proud for him." Despite the progress, Zimmer conceded Bridgewater still has a "long ways to go." Regardless of Bridgewater's availability, Sam Bradford is locked in as the Vikings' Week 1 starter.

Bridgewater finished 31st in Passing Net Expected Points per drop back among the 39 quarterbacks in 2015 with at least 150 drop backs.

Nelson Agholor working to keep up with Eagles' competition

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Nelson Agholor has seen improvement this offseason, according to head coach Doug Pederson.

What It Means:

"As I've said all along, competition, man, sharpens you," said Pederson. "And that's what I've seen from Nelson. He's done a great job already this spring." Agholor has been a bust since arriving as a first-round pick in 2015, and any improvements may be too little too late as Agholor will take a backseat to newcomers Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith.

Agholor's 0.46 Reception Net Expected Points per target were the sixth-fewest among the 92 wide receivers with at least 50 targets last year.

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