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WR D. Amendola NE $6,400 SALARY 3.9x VALUE 25.0 FP
D PHI D/ST PHI $4,800 SALARY 3.5x VALUE 17.0 FP
WR A. Jeffery PHI $7,300 SALARY 3.2x VALUE 23.0 FP
QB N. Foles PHI $7,100 SALARY 3.7x VALUE 26.1 FP
TE Z. Ertz PHI $7,000 SALARY 1.9x VALUE 13.3 FP
WR B. Cooks NE $7,000 SALARY 1.9x VALUE 13.0 FP
RB J. McKinnon MIN $6,800 SALARY 2.7x VALUE 18.1 FP
K J. Lambo JAC $4,600 SALARY 2.4x VALUE 11.0 FP
RB L. Fournette JAC $8,500 SALARY 1.9x VALUE 15.9 FP
      $59,500 TOTAL
SALARY
  162.4 TOTAL
FP
WR D. Amendola NE $5,500 SALARY 5.2x VALUE 28.5 FP
D PHI D/ST PHI $3,000 SALARY 5.7x VALUE 17.0 FP
WR A. Jeffery PHI $4,600 SALARY 5.5x VALUE 25.5 FP
QB N. Foles PHI $4,800 SALARY 6.1x VALUE 29.1 FP
TE Z. Ertz PHI $5,300 SALARY 3.3x VALUE 17.3 FP
WR B. Cooks NE $6,100 SALARY 3.1x VALUE 19.0 FP
RB J. McKinnon MIN $5,100 SALARY 4.6x VALUE 23.6 FP
WR S. Diggs MIN $6,900 SALARY 2.2x VALUE 15.0 FP
RB L. Fournette JAC $7,200 SALARY 2.4x VALUE 16.9 FP
      $48,500 TOTAL
SALARY
  191.9 TOTAL
FP
WR D. Amendola NE $13 SALARY 1.7x VALUE 21.5 FP
D PHI D/ST PHI $20 SALARY 0.9x VALUE 17.0 FP
TE K. Rudolph MIN $17 SALARY 0.5x VALUE 8.5 FP
WR T. Smith PHI $10 SALARY 1.3x VALUE 12.9 FP
WR A. Jeffery PHI $18 SALARY 1.1x VALUE 20.5 FP
QB N. Foles PHI $20 SALARY 1.3x VALUE 26.1 FP
WR B. Cooks NE $23 SALARY 0.4x VALUE 10.0 FP
RB J. McKinnon MIN $17 SALARY 0.7x VALUE 12.6 FP
RB L. Fournette JAC $31 SALARY 0.5x VALUE 14.9 FP
      $169 TOTAL
SALARY
  144.0 TOTAL
FP
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Titans' Rishard Matthews (undisclosed) remains injured

Tennessee Titans wide receiver Rishard Matthews (undisclosed) remains out at training camp.

What It Means:

Matthews hasn't practiced this summer and there isn't a timetable for his return, nor is it known why he's inactive. The Titans have been using Corey Davis and Taywan Taylor in two-wide sets.

If he plays 16 games, numberFire's models project Matthews for 85.1 targets, 50.5 catches, 791.2 yards, and 4.79 touchdowns this season. He's the 41st wide receiver in our preseason fantasy rankings.

Source: Jim Wyatt

Jeremy McNichols filling in with 49ers' starters

San Francisco 49ers running back Jeremy McNichols has been working with the first-team offense in place of injured teammates Jerick McKinnon (knee strain) and Matt Breida (separated shoulder).

What It Means:

McNichols spent the majority of last season on the 49ers' practice squad after failing to make the Buccaneers' roster out of training camp, despite being drafted in the fifth round just a few months prior. He could secure the number-three job in the backfield while McKinnon and Breida are sidelined.

numberFire's models currently expect McNichols to total 143.7 yards and 0.54 touchdowns in a limited role for the 49ers this season.

Cameron Meredith back at Saints' practice Wednesday

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Cameron Meredith (undisclosed) returned to practice Wednesday.

What It Means:

Meredith is apparently fine after missing multiple practices in a row. He missed all of last season with a torn ACL.

numberFire's models currently project Meredith to catch 50.2 passes (86.1 targets) for 649.8 yards and 3.92 touchdowns during his first year in New Orleans. He's the 53rd wide receiver in our preseason fantasy rankings.

D.J. Chark has been 'most impressive' Jaguars' wideout

Jacksonville Jaguars second-round rookie D.J. Chark has been the "most impressive receiver" at training camp, reports ESPN Jaguars reporter Michael DiRocco.

What It Means:

Chark has been consistently making plays over defenders, including Jalen Ramsey and A.J. Bouye, according to DiRocco. Second-year wideout Dede Westbrook has also received praise this week, and without a clear number-one emerging, the Jaguars may open the season with more of a committee approach at wideout.

numberFire's currently models project Chark for a modest 19.3 targets, 11.3 catches, 139.7 yards, and 1.12 touchdowns as a rookie, placing him well outside the top-100 receivers in our preseason rankings, as well as behind Marquise Lee (WR42), Westbrook (WR61), Donte Moncrief (WR64), and Keelan Cole (WR81).

John Brown the 'standout' of Ravens training camp

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver John Brown was named the "standout" of training camp by The Athletic's Jeff Zreibec.

What It Means:

Zreibec says "nobody made more plays than Brown during training camp," which comes on the heels of recent praise from head coach John Harbaugh and quarterback Joe Flacco. After illness and injury plagued Brown's past two seasons with the Arizona Cardinals, it sounds like the 28-year-old wideout is ready to make an impact again.

Brown currently falls just inside the top-60 wide receivers in numberFire's preseason fantasy rankings. We expect him to turn in 42.0 catches (91.7 targets) for 591.2 yards and 3.10 touchdowns this season.

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Titans' Rishard Matthews (undisclosed) remains injured

Tennessee Titans wide receiver Rishard Matthews (undisclosed) remains out at training camp.

What It Means:

Matthews hasn't practiced this summer and there isn't a timetable for his return, nor is it known why he's inactive. The Titans have been using Corey Davis and Taywan Taylor in two-wide sets.

If he plays 16 games, numberFire's models project Matthews for 85.1 targets, 50.5 catches, 791.2 yards, and 4.79 touchdowns this season. He's the 41st wide receiver in our preseason fantasy rankings.

Source: Jim Wyatt

Jeremy McNichols filling in with 49ers' starters

San Francisco 49ers running back Jeremy McNichols has been working with the first-team offense in place of injured teammates Jerick McKinnon (knee strain) and Matt Breida (separated shoulder).

What It Means:

McNichols spent the majority of last season on the 49ers' practice squad after failing to make the Buccaneers' roster out of training camp, despite being drafted in the fifth round just a few months prior. He could secure the number-three job in the backfield while McKinnon and Breida are sidelined.

numberFire's models currently expect McNichols to total 143.7 yards and 0.54 touchdowns in a limited role for the 49ers this season.

Cameron Meredith back at Saints' practice Wednesday

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Cameron Meredith (undisclosed) returned to practice Wednesday.

What It Means:

Meredith is apparently fine after missing multiple practices in a row. He missed all of last season with a torn ACL.

numberFire's models currently project Meredith to catch 50.2 passes (86.1 targets) for 649.8 yards and 3.92 touchdowns during his first year in New Orleans. He's the 53rd wide receiver in our preseason fantasy rankings.

D.J. Chark has been 'most impressive' Jaguars' wideout

Jacksonville Jaguars second-round rookie D.J. Chark has been the "most impressive receiver" at training camp, reports ESPN Jaguars reporter Michael DiRocco.

What It Means:

Chark has been consistently making plays over defenders, including Jalen Ramsey and A.J. Bouye, according to DiRocco. Second-year wideout Dede Westbrook has also received praise this week, and without a clear number-one emerging, the Jaguars may open the season with more of a committee approach at wideout.

numberFire's currently models project Chark for a modest 19.3 targets, 11.3 catches, 139.7 yards, and 1.12 touchdowns as a rookie, placing him well outside the top-100 receivers in our preseason rankings, as well as behind Marquise Lee (WR42), Westbrook (WR61), Donte Moncrief (WR64), and Keelan Cole (WR81).

John Brown the 'standout' of Ravens training camp

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver John Brown was named the "standout" of training camp by The Athletic's Jeff Zreibec.

What It Means:

Zreibec says "nobody made more plays than Brown during training camp," which comes on the heels of recent praise from head coach John Harbaugh and quarterback Joe Flacco. After illness and injury plagued Brown's past two seasons with the Arizona Cardinals, it sounds like the 28-year-old wideout is ready to make an impact again.

Brown currently falls just inside the top-60 wide receivers in numberFire's preseason fantasy rankings. We expect him to turn in 42.0 catches (91.7 targets) for 591.2 yards and 3.10 touchdowns this season.

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Titans' Rishard Matthews (undisclosed) remains injured

Tennessee Titans wide receiver Rishard Matthews (undisclosed) remains out at training camp.

What It Means:

Matthews hasn't practiced this summer and there isn't a timetable for his return, nor is it known why he's inactive. The Titans have been using Corey Davis and Taywan Taylor in two-wide sets.

If he plays 16 games, numberFire's models project Matthews for 85.1 targets, 50.5 catches, 791.2 yards, and 4.79 touchdowns this season. He's the 41st wide receiver in our preseason fantasy rankings.

Source: Jim Wyatt

Jeremy McNichols filling in with 49ers' starters

San Francisco 49ers running back Jeremy McNichols has been working with the first-team offense in place of injured teammates Jerick McKinnon (knee strain) and Matt Breida (separated shoulder).

What It Means:

McNichols spent the majority of last season on the 49ers' practice squad after failing to make the Buccaneers' roster out of training camp, despite being drafted in the fifth round just a few months prior. He could secure the number-three job in the backfield while McKinnon and Breida are sidelined.

numberFire's models currently expect McNichols to total 143.7 yards and 0.54 touchdowns in a limited role for the 49ers this season.

Cameron Meredith back at Saints' practice Wednesday

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Cameron Meredith (undisclosed) returned to practice Wednesday.

What It Means:

Meredith is apparently fine after missing multiple practices in a row. He missed all of last season with a torn ACL.

numberFire's models currently project Meredith to catch 50.2 passes (86.1 targets) for 649.8 yards and 3.92 touchdowns during his first year in New Orleans. He's the 53rd wide receiver in our preseason fantasy rankings.

D.J. Chark has been 'most impressive' Jaguars' wideout

Jacksonville Jaguars second-round rookie D.J. Chark has been the "most impressive receiver" at training camp, reports ESPN Jaguars reporter Michael DiRocco.

What It Means:

Chark has been consistently making plays over defenders, including Jalen Ramsey and A.J. Bouye, according to DiRocco. Second-year wideout Dede Westbrook has also received praise this week, and without a clear number-one emerging, the Jaguars may open the season with more of a committee approach at wideout.

numberFire's currently models project Chark for a modest 19.3 targets, 11.3 catches, 139.7 yards, and 1.12 touchdowns as a rookie, placing him well outside the top-100 receivers in our preseason rankings, as well as behind Marquise Lee (WR42), Westbrook (WR61), Donte Moncrief (WR64), and Keelan Cole (WR81).

John Brown the 'standout' of Ravens training camp

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver John Brown was named the "standout" of training camp by The Athletic's Jeff Zreibec.

What It Means:

Zreibec says "nobody made more plays than Brown during training camp," which comes on the heels of recent praise from head coach John Harbaugh and quarterback Joe Flacco. After illness and injury plagued Brown's past two seasons with the Arizona Cardinals, it sounds like the 28-year-old wideout is ready to make an impact again.

Brown currently falls just inside the top-60 wide receivers in numberFire's preseason fantasy rankings. We expect him to turn in 42.0 catches (91.7 targets) for 591.2 yards and 3.10 touchdowns this season.

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