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  • 7/23, 8:57 pm
    • Bridgewater (knee) is expected to begin...

      Bridgewater (knee) is expected to begin training camp on the PUP list, head coach Mike Zimmer told ESPN.

      Analysis: While Bridgewater threw passes in individual drills and worked on his dropback against a resistance band during organized team activities and minicamp, he doesn't appear ready to participate in a full practice. It would seem likely that Bridgewater would also begin the regular season on the PUP list and it's uncertain if he'll be able to be on the active roster at all in 2017 after suffering a torn ACL and dislocated left knee during a late-August, 2016 practice.

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  • 7/23, 6:41 pm
    • Matthews (knee) could be limited during...

      Matthews (knee) could be limited during the outset of training camp, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

      Analysis: Matthews is battling a case of tendinitis in his left knee, an issue that forced him from participating in parts of the Eagles' offseason program. While it wouldn't be ideal for him to miss out on valuable practice time during training camp, Matthews' restrictions could allow newly acquired wideouts Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith, as well as embattled 2014 first-rounder Nelson Agholor, to receive more reps than they would've otherwise.

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  • 7/23, 6:27 pm
    • The Jets only forced 14 takeaways...

      The Jets only forced 14 takeaways in 2016, down from 30 in 2015.

      Analysis: Unsurprisingly, the Jets went 10-6 in 2015 but 5-11 last season. When head coach Todd Bowles was hired in 2015, the former Cardinals defensive coordinator made it clear that forcing turnovers was an integral aspect of his defensive philosophy. Fortunately, the team appears to be heading in the right direction for a rebound after taking two ball-hawking safeties with its top two picks in this year's draft, LSU's Jamal Adams and Florida's Marcus Maye, while also signing ex-Cowboy Morris Claiborne. The biggest wildcard of these additions is likely Claiborne, who was largely considered a first-round bust entering the 2016 campaign, but the presence of standout CB Buster Skrine at least provides some stability at the CB position. However, when it's all said and done, if this unit ultimately isn't able to force more takeaways in 2017, they'll likely remain among the least productive fantasy options on the market.

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  • 7/23, 6:14 pm
    • Giants DT Dalvin Tomlinson will likely...

      Giants DT Dalvin Tomlinson will likely be counted on to start at defensive tackle from Week 1.

      Analysis: Selected in the second round out of Alabama, Tomlinson offers a nice blend of pass-rushing and run-clogging ability from the defensive tackle position. On the interior of the defensive line, he should make a for a nice pairing with 2016 All Pro defensive tackle Damon Harrison. While Robert Thomas could spell the rookie on passing downs, Tomlinson otherwise is unlikely to see much competition for snaps. Altogether, the Giants appear set to field one of the most daunting defensive lines in the entire league in 2017, as 2016 second-team All Pro defensive end Olivier Vernon and 2011 All Pro defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul will serve as the starting bookends. It wouldn't be a surprise if this unit pushed for the NFL lead in sacks this season.

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  • 7/23, 6:04 pm
    • Saints defensive tackle Nick Fairley will...

      Saints defensive tackle Nick Fairley will miss the 2017 season due to a heart condition.

      Analysis: Fairley was placed on the Saints' non-football injury list in June after the 2011 first-rounder missed the entire offseason program due to symptoms related to an enlarged heart. Unless his situation improves, Fairley is unlikely to retake the field anytime soon, which is especially disappointing since he's coming off arguably his best season as a pro (43 tackles and 6.5 sacks). Moreover, this is an especially troublesome development for the prospects of the New Orleans defensive line, as they suddenly have a gaping hole at tackle next to 2016 first-rounder Sheldon Rankins. The likes of David Onyemata, Tony McDaniel and Tyeler Davison will be the main actors competing for the starting gig, but none of them likely instill any fear in opposing OCs.

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