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WR J. Edelman NE $7,900 SALARY 1.7x VALUE 13.1 FP
TE R. Gronkowski NE $5,600 SALARY 2.0x VALUE 10.9 FP
RB R. Burkhead NE $5,500 SALARY 3.7x VALUE 20.4 FP
WR S. Watkins KC $5,600 SALARY 2.4x VALUE 13.4 FP
WR B. Cooks LA $6,900 SALARY 2.1x VALUE 14.2 FP
RB D. Williams KC $7,200 SALARY 4.2x VALUE 30.1 FP
QB P. Mahomes KC $9,000 SALARY 2.8x VALUE 24.9 FP
D LA D/ST LA $4,200 SALARY 1.0x VALUE 4.0 FP
RB S. Michel NE $7,500 SALARY 3.1x VALUE 23.3 FP
      $59,400 TOTAL
SALARY
  154.3 TOTAL
FP
WR J. Edelman NE $6,600 SALARY 2.5x VALUE 16.6 FP
TE R. Gronkowski NE $4,100 SALARY 3.4x VALUE 13.9 FP
RB R. Burkhead NE $3,400 SALARY 6.6x VALUE 22.4 FP
WR S. Watkins KC $4,000 SALARY 4.6x VALUE 18.4 FP
WR B. Cooks LA $5,300 SALARY 3.9x VALUE 20.7 FP
RB D. Williams KC $6,400 SALARY 5.1x VALUE 32.6 FP
QB P. Mahomes KC $6,600 SALARY 3.8x VALUE 24.9 FP
D LA D/ST LA $2,300 SALARY 1.7x VALUE 4.0 FP
RB S. Michel NE $5,600 SALARY 4.7x VALUE 26.3 FP
      $44,300 TOTAL
SALARY
  179.8 TOTAL
FP
WR J. Edelman NE $21 SALARY 0.5x VALUE 9.6 FP
RB R. Burkhead NE $11 SALARY 1.7x VALUE 18.4 FP
WR S. Watkins KC $17 SALARY 0.7x VALUE 11.4 FP
WR B. Cooks LA $20 SALARY 0.5x VALUE 10.7 FP
RB D. Williams KC $19 SALARY 1.5x VALUE 27.6 FP
TE T. Higbee LA $10 SALARY 0.9x VALUE 8.5 FP
QB P. Mahomes KC $39 SALARY 0.6x VALUE 24.9 FP
D LA D/ST LA $17 SALARY 0.2x VALUE 4.0 FP
RB S. Michel NE $20 SALARY 1.2x VALUE 23.3 FP
      $174 TOTAL
SALARY
  138.4 TOTAL
FP
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Player News

Bears' David Montgomery 'will help immediately'

Chicago Bears third-round running back David Montgomery "will help this team immediately", according to Terez A. Paylor of Yahoo Sports.

What It Means:

The Bears are "in love" with Montgomery, per Paylor, who commented on the rookie's receiving skills and evasiveness, as well as his "professional approach." Tarik Cohen and Mike Davis will be involved, but Montgomery could lead the backfield in touches right out the gates.

numberFire's models project Montgomery for 221.6 carries, 957.7 yards, and 7.12 touchdowns as a rookie, with another 29.9 receptions for 237.1 yards and 1.47 touchdowns. He's the RB23 in our preseason fantasy rankings.

Melvin Gordon 'just waiting for the call' from Chargers

Los Angeles Chargers holdout running back Melvin Gordon said he is "just waiting for the call" from the Chargers before returning.

What It Means:

Gordon continues to seek more money than the Chargers are currently offering and it doesn't sound like any progress has been made. The 26-year-old back is reportedly prepared to sit out regular season games if the two sides can't reach a deal before Week 1.

Taking into account a potential holdout to start the season, Gordon has dropped to the RB10 in numberFire's preseason fantasy rankings. He's currently projected for 943.5 rushing yards, 490.4 receiving yards, and 12.21 touchdowns.

Source: ESPN.com

Ravens say Marquise Brown has 'a ways to go'

Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said first-round wide receiver Marquise Brown (foot) has "a ways to go."

What It Means:

Harbaugh said Brown practiced "in a more aggressive setting" on Monday for the first time since being brought off the active/PUP list a few weeks ago. "He just needs to get accustomed to it," Harbaugh said of Brown. "It’s all new for him — the speed of it, the thinking, the lining up, running the right route. He has a ways to go with all of that." Brown's role figures to expand as the season progresses and he becomes more accustomed to the professional game.

numberFire's models project Brown for 70.6 targets, 41.9 receptions, 581.2 yards, and 3.49 touchdowns in 2019. He's the WR63 in our preseason fantasy rankings.

Jaguars' D.J. Chark 'most impressive' at camp

Jacksonville Jaguars second-year wide receiver D.J. Chark has been the "most impressive receiver" at training camp this summer, according to ESPN's team reporter Mike DiRocco.

What It Means:

Chark didn't do much as a rookie, but DiRocco says he's made big improvements this offseason and appears to have emerged as the Jaguars' second receiver opposite Dede Westbrook. The 61st overall pick in last year's draft, Chark graded out as a 96th percentile SPARQ athlete at the Combine.

numberFire's models project Chark for 67.1 targets, 39.3 receptions, 448.6 yards, and 1.86 touchdowns in 2019. He's the WR86 in our preseason fantasy rankings.

Emmanuel Sanders (Achilles) felt 'amazing' after Broncos' exhibition

Denver Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (Achilles) felt "amazing" after playing in Monday's preseason game.

What It Means:

Sanders caught a 5-yard pass and added 19 yards on a designed run in his first game action since tearing his Achilles' tendon last December. He also had a 45-yard snag up the left sideline, but it was called back because of a holding penalty. There's re-injury risk for the 32-year-old wideout, but he appears more than ready for Week 1.

numberFire's models conservatively expect Sanders to catch 52.9 passes on 87.6 targets for 612.9 yards and 3.60 touchdowns in 2019. He's currently the WR60 in our preseason fantasy rankings.

Source: ESPN.com

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Bears' David Montgomery 'will help immediately'

Chicago Bears third-round running back David Montgomery "will help this team immediately", according to Terez A. Paylor of Yahoo Sports.

What It Means:

The Bears are "in love" with Montgomery, per Paylor, who commented on the rookie's receiving skills and evasiveness, as well as his "professional approach." Tarik Cohen and Mike Davis will be involved, but Montgomery could lead the backfield in touches right out the gates.

numberFire's models project Montgomery for 221.6 carries, 957.7 yards, and 7.12 touchdowns as a rookie, with another 29.9 receptions for 237.1 yards and 1.47 touchdowns. He's the RB23 in our preseason fantasy rankings.

Melvin Gordon 'just waiting for the call' from Chargers

Los Angeles Chargers holdout running back Melvin Gordon said he is "just waiting for the call" from the Chargers before returning.

What It Means:

Gordon continues to seek more money than the Chargers are currently offering and it doesn't sound like any progress has been made. The 26-year-old back is reportedly prepared to sit out regular season games if the two sides can't reach a deal before Week 1.

Taking into account a potential holdout to start the season, Gordon has dropped to the RB10 in numberFire's preseason fantasy rankings. He's currently projected for 943.5 rushing yards, 490.4 receiving yards, and 12.21 touchdowns.

Source: ESPN.com

Ravens say Marquise Brown has 'a ways to go'

Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said first-round wide receiver Marquise Brown (foot) has "a ways to go."

What It Means:

Harbaugh said Brown practiced "in a more aggressive setting" on Monday for the first time since being brought off the active/PUP list a few weeks ago. "He just needs to get accustomed to it," Harbaugh said of Brown. "It’s all new for him — the speed of it, the thinking, the lining up, running the right route. He has a ways to go with all of that." Brown's role figures to expand as the season progresses and he becomes more accustomed to the professional game.

numberFire's models project Brown for 70.6 targets, 41.9 receptions, 581.2 yards, and 3.49 touchdowns in 2019. He's the WR63 in our preseason fantasy rankings.

Jaguars' D.J. Chark 'most impressive' at camp

Jacksonville Jaguars second-year wide receiver D.J. Chark has been the "most impressive receiver" at training camp this summer, according to ESPN's team reporter Mike DiRocco.

What It Means:

Chark didn't do much as a rookie, but DiRocco says he's made big improvements this offseason and appears to have emerged as the Jaguars' second receiver opposite Dede Westbrook. The 61st overall pick in last year's draft, Chark graded out as a 96th percentile SPARQ athlete at the Combine.

numberFire's models project Chark for 67.1 targets, 39.3 receptions, 448.6 yards, and 1.86 touchdowns in 2019. He's the WR86 in our preseason fantasy rankings.

Emmanuel Sanders (Achilles) felt 'amazing' after Broncos' exhibition

Denver Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (Achilles) felt "amazing" after playing in Monday's preseason game.

What It Means:

Sanders caught a 5-yard pass and added 19 yards on a designed run in his first game action since tearing his Achilles' tendon last December. He also had a 45-yard snag up the left sideline, but it was called back because of a holding penalty. There's re-injury risk for the 32-year-old wideout, but he appears more than ready for Week 1.

numberFire's models conservatively expect Sanders to catch 52.9 passes on 87.6 targets for 612.9 yards and 3.60 touchdowns in 2019. He's currently the WR60 in our preseason fantasy rankings.

Source: ESPN.com

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Bears' David Montgomery 'will help immediately'

Chicago Bears third-round running back David Montgomery "will help this team immediately", according to Terez A. Paylor of Yahoo Sports.

What It Means:

The Bears are "in love" with Montgomery, per Paylor, who commented on the rookie's receiving skills and evasiveness, as well as his "professional approach." Tarik Cohen and Mike Davis will be involved, but Montgomery could lead the backfield in touches right out the gates.

numberFire's models project Montgomery for 221.6 carries, 957.7 yards, and 7.12 touchdowns as a rookie, with another 29.9 receptions for 237.1 yards and 1.47 touchdowns. He's the RB23 in our preseason fantasy rankings.

Melvin Gordon 'just waiting for the call' from Chargers

Los Angeles Chargers holdout running back Melvin Gordon said he is "just waiting for the call" from the Chargers before returning.

What It Means:

Gordon continues to seek more money than the Chargers are currently offering and it doesn't sound like any progress has been made. The 26-year-old back is reportedly prepared to sit out regular season games if the two sides can't reach a deal before Week 1.

Taking into account a potential holdout to start the season, Gordon has dropped to the RB10 in numberFire's preseason fantasy rankings. He's currently projected for 943.5 rushing yards, 490.4 receiving yards, and 12.21 touchdowns.

Source: ESPN.com

Ravens say Marquise Brown has 'a ways to go'

Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said first-round wide receiver Marquise Brown (foot) has "a ways to go."

What It Means:

Harbaugh said Brown practiced "in a more aggressive setting" on Monday for the first time since being brought off the active/PUP list a few weeks ago. "He just needs to get accustomed to it," Harbaugh said of Brown. "It’s all new for him — the speed of it, the thinking, the lining up, running the right route. He has a ways to go with all of that." Brown's role figures to expand as the season progresses and he becomes more accustomed to the professional game.

numberFire's models project Brown for 70.6 targets, 41.9 receptions, 581.2 yards, and 3.49 touchdowns in 2019. He's the WR63 in our preseason fantasy rankings.

Jaguars' D.J. Chark 'most impressive' at camp

Jacksonville Jaguars second-year wide receiver D.J. Chark has been the "most impressive receiver" at training camp this summer, according to ESPN's team reporter Mike DiRocco.

What It Means:

Chark didn't do much as a rookie, but DiRocco says he's made big improvements this offseason and appears to have emerged as the Jaguars' second receiver opposite Dede Westbrook. The 61st overall pick in last year's draft, Chark graded out as a 96th percentile SPARQ athlete at the Combine.

numberFire's models project Chark for 67.1 targets, 39.3 receptions, 448.6 yards, and 1.86 touchdowns in 2019. He's the WR86 in our preseason fantasy rankings.

Emmanuel Sanders (Achilles) felt 'amazing' after Broncos' exhibition

Denver Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (Achilles) felt "amazing" after playing in Monday's preseason game.

What It Means:

Sanders caught a 5-yard pass and added 19 yards on a designed run in his first game action since tearing his Achilles' tendon last December. He also had a 45-yard snag up the left sideline, but it was called back because of a holding penalty. There's re-injury risk for the 32-year-old wideout, but he appears more than ready for Week 1.

numberFire's models conservatively expect Sanders to catch 52.9 passes on 87.6 targets for 612.9 yards and 3.60 touchdowns in 2019. He's currently the WR60 in our preseason fantasy rankings.

Source: ESPN.com

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