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1.Greg Olsen (foot) confirms he's fully cl... (Rotoworld) Greg Olsen (foot) said he's been medically cleared for all football activities. Analysis: Olsen again suffered a broken foot last season that he attempted to play through before re-injuring it in Week 13 and missing the remainder of the year. Olsen turned 34 in March and likely will be brought along slowly at OTAs and minicamp before being full go at training camp. When healthy, Olsen remains a TE1 at a weak fantasy position, but he's no longer a top 3-5 option.21 hours
2.Greg Olsen: Fully cleared from injury (RotoWire) Olsen (foot) said Wednesday that he was cleared for all football activities earlier in the offseason, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Charlotte Observer reports. Analysis: The 34-year-old tight end has been battling right foot issues for the past two seasons while simultaneously contemplating retirement, but he was a full participant at OTAs on Wednesday. While his injury history is a concern heading into 2019, Olsen is currently healthy and should remain one of the Panthers' top receiving options whenever he's on the field.22 hours
3.Brate (hip) expects to be ready for camp (Rotoworld) Cameron Brate (hip) expects to be ready for training camp. Analysis: Brate underwent arthroscopic surgery in January. He was reportedly cleared to run routes in April, but he is still not practicing. Brate will fill in behind O.J. Howard once he is healthy.1 day
4.Zay Jones says he is 'bigger and stronge... (Rotoworld) Zay Jones said he is "bigger and stronger" entering his third season. Analysis: "I have been focusing on how I can maximize my frame and my body to be the best I can this year," Jones said. "I think itÂ’ll help in many aspects. My blocking, my play strength, endurance, stamina, prevention of injury." Jones improved his efficiency as a sophomore on his way to a 56-652-7 line, but he will struggle to reach those numbers again after the Bills added John Brown and Cole Beasley in free agency.2 days
5.Shurmur reiterates Eli Manning is the st... (Rotoworld) Giants coach Pat Shurmur reiterated Eli Manning is the starter. Analysis: Shurmur said No. 6 overall pick Daniel Jones will get the majority of the snaps with the backup group. The Giants have clearly stated their plan is for Manning to start with Jones learning behind him, but that will not stop questions about Manning's spot atop the depth chart, especially if the veteran struggles early in the season. Despite the Giants' consistent message, it would be a surprise if Jones sits out all of 2019.2 days