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  • 7/15, 7:09 pm
    • Ansah (knee) and the Lions aren't...

      Ansah (knee) and the Lions aren't expected to reach agreement on a long-term deal before Monday's 4 PM ET deadline to sign franchise players, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

      Analysis: Detroit placed the franchise tag on Ansah this spring in order to prevent the defensive end from reaching free agency. However, the Lions indicated this spring that they want to give first-year head coach Matt Patricia a season to work with Ansah before the team commits to a lucrative, long-term contract extension, per Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press. Ansah will thus play the 2018 season on a $17.1 million deal with the chance of becoming an unrestricted free agency at the end of the league year if he proves to be a bad fit in Patricia's defensive scheme.

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  • 7/15, 2:00 pm
    • Sproles (knee, arm) stated Sunday that...

      Sproles (knee, arm) stated Sunday that 2018 would be his final season, per his official Twitter account.

      Analysis: Sproles added that he meant for 2017 to be his last campaign, but after suffering a torn ACL and broken arm during the same play in Week 3 he has decided to give it one more go. He signed a new contract with the Eagles back in April, which seems to indicate that the recovery from his injuries is going smoothly. Sproles will face stiff competition for touches in the backfield, however, as Jay Ajayi and Corey Clement each performed well last season and figure to be a major part of Philadelphia's offensive scheme heading into 2018. Per usual, Sproles should be a difference maker on special teams regardless of his offensive contributions.

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  • 7/14, 6:55 pm
    • Kazee is a player who the...

      Kazee is a player who the Falcons' coaching staff will consider putting on the field for more than just special teams snaps in 2018, D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Head coach Dan Quinn said of Kazee earlier this offseason, "We will also try him some at nickel. He's a tough competitor. We really felt for the first year, we'll just put him at one spot. He found his way on (special) teams."

      Analysis: A fifth-round draft pick out of San Diego State, Kazee was utilized sparingly on the defensive side of the ball during his rookie campaign, but most of his contributions came through special teams where he logged 247 of his 411 total snaps. Kazee produced a season-high nine tackles in Week 4 against the Bills, but his most notable play came in the Wild Card Round against the Rams when he stripped the ball from Pro Bowl kick returner Pharoh Cooper, resulting in a fumble recovery that helped Atlanta seize a two-possession lead early in the second quarter of that game. The 175-pound Kazee will face steady competition from Brian Poole and Isaiah Oliver for the nickelback slot, but continued stellar play on special teams will cement his place on the roster.

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  • 7/13, 12:29 pm
    • Moore is part of a deep...

      Moore is part of a deep group competing for roles, Mike Spofford of the team's official website reports.

      Analysis: The Packers drafted Moore in the fourth round to provide competition for Geronimo Allison (ankle) in the No. 3 receiver role, but they also added fellow wideouts Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Equanimeous St. Brown later in April's draft. With Trevor Davis (hamstring) and Michael Clark (ankle) potentially also in the mix, Green Bay will enter training camp with up to five viable candidates for one role. Moore ran a disappointing 4.6 40-yard dash at the combine, but he otherwise has a strong prospect profile, highlighted by back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons in the SEC and top-five marks among wideouts at the 2018 combine for bench press (21 reps), vertical jump (38 inches), three-cone drill (6.56 seconds) and short shuttle (4.04 seconds).

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  • 7/13, 12:12 pm
    • St. Brown will be part of...

      St. Brown will be part of a deep competition at wide receiver behind Davante Adams and Randall Cobb (foot), Mike Spofford of the team's official website reports.

      Analysis: The third of three wideouts selected by the Packers in April's draft, St. Brown could make a run at the No. 3 wideout role, competing with fellow rookies J'Mon Moore and Marquez Valdes-Scantling as well as holdovers Geronimo Allison (ankle), Trevor Davis (hamstring) and Michael Clark (ankle). Once viewed as a potential Day 2 draft pick, St. Brown slipped to the sixth round after catching only 33 passes for a QB-deficient Notre Dame team last season. He did run a 4.48 40 at the combine while checking in at 6-foot-5, 214 pounds, but he probably doesn't have the necessary agility or acceleration to consistently get open in the NFL. While he might enter the mix for the No. 3 role, there's also a decent chance St. Brown doesn't even crack the 53-man roster.