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    Allen Robinson Jul 20 1:50pm ET

    Chicago Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson (knee), who won't have any restrictions for the start of training camp, has been looking like his old self so far with his new team. "He got healthy and he's starting to look like the old Allen Robinson, and it's good to see," quarterback Mitch Trubisky said. "We got to throw a couple times recently and he's getting back to his old self, just getting more and more comfortable, getting his legs underneath him, getting that speed back." Robinson suffered a torn ACL in the season opener for the Jaguars last year and missed the whole season. But he's just two years removed from an 80-catch, 1,400-yard season with 14 touchdowns. While it would be a stretch to expect Robinson to reach double digits in touchdowns in 2018, he can definitely be a value pick as a WR2 in an offense that is on the rise under new head coach Matt Nagy.

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    ArDarius Stewart Jul 20 12:30pm ET

    New York Jets wide receiver Ardarius Stewart has been suspended two games by the league for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing drugs, according to sources. He tested positive for a diuretic or masking agent. As a rookie last year, Stewart had just six catches for 82 yards in 15 games. In a crowded Jets receiving room, Stewart is definitely in danger of being cut now.

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    Julian Edelman Jul 20 9:23am ET

    New England Patriots WR Julian Edelman won't take his four-game suspension to federal court as he has decided not to file suit, according to sources.

    Jimmy Graham Jul 20 1:43am ET

    Green Bay Packers TE Jimmy Graham will likely split out wide as a receiver much more often than in-line as a traditional tight end this season, according to USA Today Network Wisconsin's Aaron Nagler.

    Royce Freeman Jul 19 11:13pm ET

    Denver Broncos RB Royce Freeman 'catches the ball well,' according to head coach Vance Joseph.

    Deshaun Watson Jul 19 11:10pm ET

    Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson (knee) is expected to be "full-go" when training camp starts next week. "I feel great," Watson told the NFL Network on Thursday night, via Adam Wexler of KPRC. "I'm getting ready for next week when we report to The Greenbrier; I'm going to be full-go." He wasn't wearing his knee brace during minicamp last month. The exciting quarterback tossed 19 touchdowns, which was an NFL record for a QB in his first seven games, before tearing his ACL on Nov. 2 in practice. The Texans will likely take it slow with him in camp, but Watson should be 100 percent for the start of the season. He'll be a high-risk, high-reward QB1 going into his second season.

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    Eli Rogers Jul 19 11:03pm ET

    Free-agent WR Eli Rogers (Steelers) posted on social media Thursday, July 19, that he plans to sign with a team within the next few days.

    Deshaun Watson Jul 19 10:33pm ET

    Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson (knee) said he will be a 'full-go' when training camp begins.

    Christian Kirk Jul 19 10:03pm ET

    Arizona Cardinals WR Christian Kirk is not in the mix for the No. 2 receiver job, according to Mike Jurecki of 98.7 Arizona, and Jurecki believes either WR Chad Williams, WR JJ Nelson or WR Brice Butler will win the job.

    Chad Williams Jul 19 10:03pm ET

    Arizona Cardinals WR Chad Williams looks more confident and comfortable this offseason and is one of the players in the mix for the No. 2 receiver job, in the opinion of Mike Jurecki of 98.7 Arizona.

    Chad Hansen Jul 19 9:43pm ET

    New York Jets WR Chad Hansen took 'some really good steps forward' over the spring, according to wide receivers coach Karl Dorrell.

    Robby Anderson Jul 19 9:43pm ET

    New York Jets WR Robby Anderson is set to 'explode' and become a 'more complete player' in 2018, according to wide receivers coach Karl Dorrell.

    Brandon Coleman Jul 19 9:34pm ET

    New Orleans Saints WRs Brandon Coleman and Tommylee Lewis are potentially on the roster bubble, according to Nick Underhill of The Advocate. With the team adding more depth at the position 'capable of laying down blocks in the running and screen games,' Coleman may have to re-prove himself, while Lewis will have to show he's the best kick returner in camp to make the team. Lewis has done a 'fine' job since latching on two years ago, but Underhill explains that 'the talent on this team is too thick for fine to cut it.'

    ArDarius Stewart Jul 19 9:34pm ET

    New York Jets WR ArDarius Stewart has 'tremendous long-term potential,' according to wide receivers coach Karl Dorrell.

    Jordan Leggett Jul 19 8:23pm ET

    New York Jets TE Jordan Leggett is past the knee issues that cost him all of the 2017 season, according to tight ends coach Jimmie Johnson. 'We are excited about him,' Johnson said of Leggett. 'He doesn't worry about his knee. He has those issues behind him now. So now, we can move forward and get back to playing football.'

    Robby Anderson Jul 19 6:30pm ET

    New York Jets wide receivers coach Karl Dorrell thinks wide receiver Robby Anderson will be even better in 2018. He had 942 receiving yards and seven touchdowns in the absence of Quincy Enunwa last year as the team's top receiver and established himself as a deep threat in the league. Anderson is sixth in the NFL in receptions 20-plus yards down the field with 27 since he entered the league. "He'll be better at that now that he knows the scope of it. I think Robby is really going to explode and become a more complete player because of it," Dorrell said. Despite the talent, it'll be hard to match those numbers with Enunwa back and Terrelle Pryor also in the fold. Anderson could also be facing a short suspension from the league from his multiple run-ins with the law. If everything goes right, though, Anderson has WR2 upside.

    From RotoBaller

    Jordan Leggett Jul 19 6:30pm ET

    New York Jets tight ends coach Jimmie Johnson said tight end Jordan Leggett's knee issues are behind him after he missed all of 2017. The Jets will give him a long look to compete for the main pass-catching role that Austin Seferian-Jenkins had last season. However, rookie Chris Herndon is also in the mix after catching 40 passes for 477 yards and four touchdowns in college. Herndon has been praised for his in-line blocking, though, and figures to be more of a blocker than pass catcher. Leggett is the favorite to see most of the passing targets, but he's nothing more than a weak TE2 option.

    From RotoBaller

    Mike Hughes Jul 19 5:53pm ET

    Updating a previous report, Minnesota Vikings CB Mike Hughes' four-year contract is worth $9.87 million. The deal includes a $5.256 million signing bonus.

    Josh Norman Jul 19 5:23pm ET

    Washington Redskins CB Josh Norman's 2018 base salary has dropped from $13.5 million to $13.3 million because he did not participate in 90 percent of the team's organized team activities, according to a source.

    Will Compton Jul 19 4:53pm ET

    Tennessee Titans LBs Will Compton and Rashaan Evans are expected to compete for one of the starting inside linebacker job during training camp.

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