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1.Tyreek Hill: To meet with NFL investigators (RotoWire) Hill will meet with NFL investigators this week, Terez A. Paylor of Yahoo Sports reports. Analysis: Hill has been suspended from all team activities since late April, with the Chiefs seemingly waiting for the NFL to come to a decision before taking further action. The forthcoming meeting between Hill and NFL investigators suggests that a ruling is drawing near, and some light should soon be shed on the 25-year-old's situation for the 2019 season. Though Hill is no longer under criminal investigation, it remains a distinct possibility that the league could hand the Pro Bowl wideout a suspension.13 hours
2.Tyreek Hill: Could receive suspension in July (RotoWire) The Chiefs believe Hill could receive a suspension from the NFL as soon as next month, Nate Taylor of The Athletic reports. Analysis: No longer under criminal investigation, Hill remains indefinitely suspended by the Chiefs, who seem hesitant to take any action without knowing how the NFL will handle the situation. A report from Tom Pelissero of NFL.com in early June suggested the team likely would reinstate Hill before the start of training camp July 27. The 25-year-old wide receiver was held out for the entire offseason program, including OTAs in May and mandatory minicamp in June.17 hours
3.Tyreek Hill to meet with NFL this week (FFToday) Investigators from the National Football League will conduct “multiple interviews” with Chiefs wide receiver this week, according to two sources close to the situation. The interviews indicate the NFL is ready to move forward and make a decision on Hill’s future in football. Two weeks ago, Sports Radio 810 reported that neither Hill or Espinal was responsible for their three-year-old son’s broken arm, but they both told authorities they disciplined their child with their hands and a belt. Analysis: Sounds like the league an Hill will finally meet and begin to move this process forward. It sounds like once the two s... (More)17 hours
4.Tyreek Hill could be suspended next mont... (Rotoworld) According to Nate Taylor of The Athletic, the Chiefs believe Tyreek Hill could be suspended by the NFL as soon as next month. Analysis: The Chiefs barred Hill from offseason activities in the wake of child abuse allegations, though barring further evidence, it looks like he'll avoid criminal charges. While the expectation is that Hill will be reinstated ahead of next month's training camp, a suspension for violating the league's code of conduct remains a distinct possibility. He could be facing a punishment similar to the eight-game ban Kareem Hunt received for a domestic violence incid... (More)22 hours
5.Jack: My contract will 'take care of its... (Rotoworld) Jaguars LB Myles Jack said his contract "will take care of itself" after the season. Analysis: Jack's started in 42 of a possible 48 games since being drafted by the Jags in 2016 but heads into the final year of his rookie deal without an extension on the table. With Telvin Smith officially out for the entirety of this season, Jack will have every-down opportunity to lead Jacksonville's defense back to 2017 prominence while manning the middle of the field. The 23-year-old is currently set to make $1.3 million before entering free agency in the spring.2 days
6.Sammy Watkins: Stars in offseason program (RotoWire) Watkins performed well in the Chiefs' offseason program, Nate Taylor of The Athletic reports. Analysis: In the absence of Tyreek Hill, who is indefinitely suspended from team activities, it may fall on Watkins to lead the Chiefs' wide receiver group. He's no stranger to being the head of the class at his position; the 26-year-old wideout held that role with the Bills during the majority of his tenure with the team. If he can stay healthy, Watkins figures to be the primary target of Patrick Mahomes while Hill is unavailable, and Watkins has flashed the ability to be just that in the past, racking up 1,047 receiving yards and nine tou... (More)3 days
7.Robert Woods: Not worried about contract (RotoWire) Woods is confident he will eventually receive a contract to match his performance, Gary Klein of The Los Angeles Times reports. "I go out and compete every single day, and work to be the best," Woods said. "And I just think my play will show it all. I feel like I will get what I deserve." Analysis: The Rams were criticized for signing Woods to a five-year, $34 million deal during the 2017 offseason, but it's now one of the top bargains in the league apart from rookie contracts. The 27-year-old has averaged 71.4 receiving yards per game and 9.3 yards per target in 28 regular-season appearances for Los Angeles, adding 26 catches for 31... (More)3 days
8.Patrick Mahomes: Working on footwork this offseason (RotoWire) Mahomes is working to improve his footwork this offseason, Dianna Russini of ESPN reports. Analysis: Mahomes has a big enough arm to often make up for his poor footwork, but improvement in that area could help him improve on an already impressive 66 completion percentage in his first year under center. He may have to adjust to life without one of his biggest weapons from last year, Tyreek Hill (suspended indefinitely from team), and he's reportedly had good chemistry with Sammy Watkins early in the offseason.5 days
9.C.J. Uzomah: Facing competition for snaps (RotoWire) Uzomah is joined by Tyler Eifert and second-round pick Drew Sample at tight end, ESPN.com's Katherine Terrell reports. Analysis: Uzomah re-signed with Cincinnati on a three-year, $18.3 million contract, though the team can escape after one season and $6.25 million if he's released before the third day of the 2020 league year, per overthecap.com. The Bengals signed Eifert to a one-year, $5.5 million deal shortly thereafter, then picked up Sample at No. 52 overall in the 2019 NFL Draft. The result is a three-way competition for playing time, but there's still a decent chance for Uzomah to draw regular targets at some point this upcomin... (More)6 days
10.Donte Moncrief the 'slam-dunk No. 2' WR? (Rotoworld) The Athletic's Mark Kaboly writes Donte Moncrief "looks like a slam-dunk No. 2" receiver. Analysis: After watching the free-agent addition in the spring, Kaboly believes Moncrief "easily looks like a 50- or 60-catch guy with five or six touchdowns." The receiver also earned praise from Ben Roethlisberger, who talked up Moncrief's work ethic and knowledge of the offense. It is still possible James Washington or Diontae Johnson make their case in camp, but things are looking good for Moncrief right now, making him a nice value pick in the double-digit rounds.6 days