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  • T.J. Logan RB-ARI
    6/18, 11:02 am
    • Logan is preparing to make an...

      Logan is preparing to make an impact in his third season, Kyle Odegard of the Cardinals' official site reports.

      Analysis: Since he was selected by the Cardinals in the fifth round of the 2017 draft, Logan missed his entire rookie campaign due to a dislocated wrist and didn't make much headway last year in a woeful offense. Sitting behind David Johnson and 2018 fourth-rounder Chase Edmonds didn't help matters, but Logan even yielded his kick return duties to the latter down the stretch in 2018. If Logan is a part of the renewed offensive scheme under Kliff Kingsbury in the fall, he likely will be used as a gadget player out of the backfield, utilizing his speed (he ran a 4.37 40 at the combine) on jet sweeps, for example. In the end, though, Logan may be hard-pressed to have a regular role due to the presence of Johnson and Edmonds in front of him.

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  • 6/18, 10:42 am
    • Harris saw added reps during the...

      Harris saw added reps during the Patriots' recent minicamp due to the absence of fellow running back Sony Michel (knee), Karen Guregian of the Boston Herald reports.

      Analysis: Michel was unavailable for the workouts after undergoing an arthroscopic knee procedure. Though Michel should be good to go for training camp, his history of knee woes is something the Patriots will have to consider when plotting their top back's workload. While Harris shouldn't be viewed as a short-term threat to supplant Michel, he does figure to see some carries out of the gate with an eye toward not wearing Michel out. In the event that Michel suffers any additional injury setbacks, Harris -- who profiles as a physical downhill runner -- would likely see an uptick in early-down work, with James White entrenched as the team's top pass-catching back and versatile Rex Burkhead also in the mix to see complementary touches out of the New England backfield.

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  • 6/18, 8:45 am
    • Miller and D'Onta Foreman will lead...

      Miller and D'Onta Foreman will lead the Houston backfield, Deepi Sidhu of the team's official website reports.

      Analysis: It felt like an empty promise in February when then-GM Brian Gaine endorsed Miller as the team's lead back, but Gaine subsequently chose not to add any competition in free agency or the draft. It's unclear whether that decision played a role in his recent firing, as there seems to be some frustration with the Texans failing to use their plethora of cap space to procure meaningful offseason upgrades. The result leaves Miller in a good spot to maintain a large share of the carries, but it also means he'll likely be running behind a subpar offensive line for a fourth straight year. Foreman is the wild card in the picture, potentially challenging for the lead job in his second year back from an Achilles tear. The lower portion of the depth chart contains pass-catching specialist Josh Ferguson, two special teams players (Buddy Howell, Taiwan Jones) and two undrafted rookies (Karan Higdon, Damarea Crockett).

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  • 6/18, 7:29 am
    • Evans (hamstring) agreed to restructure his...

      Evans (hamstring) agreed to restructure his contract, Tom Pelissero of NFL.com reports.

      Analysis: It's the second restructure this offseason for Evans, who is exchanging base salary for a bonus to help his team clear out 2019 cap space. He missed June minicamp while nursing a hamstring injury, but coach Bruce Arians suggested it wasn't a major concern. Evans should be ready for the start of training camp in late July, serving as the unquestioned lead target in a pass-first offense.

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  • 6/18, 6:09 am
    • Gonzalez is the lone placekicker on...

      Gonzalez is the lone placekicker on the Cardinals' 90-man roster.

      Analysis: Gonzalez was awful in his season and a half with the Browns, converting just 17 of 25 field-goal attempts (68 percent) and 28 of 31 PATs (90.3 percent). He looked better with the Cardinals over the final month of last season, with both of his misses on field goals coming from beyond 50 yards. There are better options available at the end of fantasy drafts, but Gonzalez could work his way into the streaming conversation if coach Kliff Kingsbury and quarterback Kyler Murray quickly turn the Arizona offense around.

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