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  • Joe Flacco QB-BAL
    7/27, 9:03 am
    • Coach John Harbaugh noted Thursday that...

      Coach John Harbaugh noted Thursday that Flacco should miss about a week of practice due to a back issue.

      Analysis: Per Harbaugh, the Ravens' starting signal-caller is expected to be fine, but back issues can be tricky, making this a situation to monitor in the month of August. On the plus side, Harbaugh stressed Thursday that Flacco's regular-season status shouldn't be in peril. In Flacco's absence, top backup Ryan Mallett, along with Dustin Vaughan, are on hand to handle the team's QB reps in practice.

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  • 7/27, 9:02 am
    • Draughn will open training camp on...

      Draughn will open training camp on the PUP list due to an ankle injury, according to Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York.

      Analysis: The severity of Draughn's setback is not certain, but it will prevent him from taking part in workouts as training camp gets underway. When Draughn is healthy enough to get back on the field, he will compete for a reserve running back spot.

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  • 7/27, 9:01 am
    • Meredith (thumb) is on the field...

      Meredith (thumb) is on the field for the Bears first practice of training camp Wednesday, Jeff Dickerson of ESPN.com reports.

      Analysis: After injuring a ligament in his thumb earlier in the offseason, Meredith was able to recover in time to find himself on the field for the start of training camp. He'll look to follow up his breakout campaign on 2016 when he caught 66 passes for 888 yards and four touchdowns, and with Alshon Jeffery now in Philadelphia, he certainly could become the Bears top option in the passing game. He's a player who's flying under the radar in many fantasy drafts, but he has the potential to finish as a top-24 option at wide receiver, especially in leagues that award a point per reception.

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  • 7/27, 8:55 am
    • Wheaton (shoulder) is on the field...

      Wheaton (shoulder) is on the field for Wednesday's practice session, Jeff Dickerson of ESPN.com reports.

      Analysis: This isn't a big surprise, as news regarding his recovery had been positive throughout the off-season, and Wheaton will be competing for an opportunity to be in the starting lineup. With Cameron Meredith and Kevin White ahead of Wheaton on the depth chart, Wheaton is most likely competing to be on the field when the team goes to sets with three receivers. Since the Bears are expected to have a run-heavy offense, a role as a third receiver would likely have sporadic fantasy value.

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  • 7/27, 8:54 am
    • Coleman (shoulder/hamstring) relayed Thursday that he's...

      Coleman (shoulder/hamstring) relayed Thursday that he's been cleared by the Browns' athletic trainers, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.

      Analysis: The 2016 first-rounder added that he'll be able practice in training camp, but acknowledged that he'll ease his way back into things. Assuming no setbacks in doing so, Coleman and newcomer Kenny Britt are slated to serve as the Browns' top wideout targets for whichever signal-caller earns the team's starting job. In 10 games last season, the 5-foot-11, 185-pounder logged 33 catches for 413 yards and three TDs. Quickness and athleticism are Coleman's calling cards, and as long as he can remain healthy, the 23-year-old appears poised to make a fantasy splash in 2017.

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