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  • 6/23, 7:22 pm
    • McClellin could see his playing time...

      McClellin could see his playing time take a hit this season due to the addition of David Harris, Mike Reiss of ESPN reports.

      Analysis: McClellin played 34.5 percent of the defensive snaps last season, and tallied 41 tackles, one sack and one fumble recovery in the process. The Jets surprisingly cut Harris in an economic-based move, but he figures to get plenty of snaps for the Patriots. It remains to be seen how his presence will cut into McClellin's snaps, but he will presumably see less time on the field.

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  • 6/23, 7:05 pm
    • Waller (undisclosed) was a participant at...

      Waller (undisclosed) was a participant at the Ravens' minicamp after sitting out voluntary workouts, Luke Jones of wnst.net reports.

      Analysis: Waller was one of three tight ends on the team dealing with an injury, but it does not appear to have been a serious issue. His participation in minicamp seems to indicate he will be healthy entering training camp. He figures to compete to make the final roster and provide depth at tight end.

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  • 6/23, 6:35 pm
    • The Dolphins signed safety Nate Allen...

      The Dolphins signed safety Nate Allen and linebacker Lawrence Timmons in the offseason.

      Analysis: Miami management has done a great job of solidifying the cornerback group in recent years and Allen's signing could be the finishing touch on a secondary that also features longtime strong safety, Reshad Jones. The linebacking unit is also looking solid after the addition of Timmons, as is the defensive line after the drafting of DE Charles Harris out of Missouri to add to a group that already included Ndamukong Suh, Cameron Wake and Andre Branch. Overall, it seems the Doplhins plugged all their major holes on the defensive side of the ball this offseason, the only question now is whether all the pieces can come together to improve upon its 14th-placed fantasy finish from 2016.

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  • 6/23, 5:34 pm
    • The Browns expect a breakout season...

      The Browns expect a breakout season for DeValve in 2017, Nate Ulrich of The Akron Beacon-Journal reports. "Most of his development in the offseason was that [DeValve] put on a little weight, he is noticeably stronger, he is faster and he is healthier," tight ends coach Greg Seamon said. "His ability to run routes, catch the ball, leave his feet, catch the ball away from his body and he has a big catch radius, I think those things are showing up out here. I'm pleased with what he has done developing as a blocker from a technical and footwork standpoint. The proof will be obvious when we put the pads on, but he is ahead of where he was a year ago. I see Seth as a guy who is important to us."

      Analysis: DeValve, the Browns' 2016 fourth-rounder, caught 10 passes for 127 yards and two spikes in limited snaps last season. Although he's beginning to prove himself as a receiver, the fact of the matter is that Cleveland selected Miami tight end David Njoku in the first round of this year's draft to serve as the team's primary receiving threat from the tight end position while Randall Telfer, the likely No. 2 on the depth chart, stands apart as the best blocker. That leaves DeValve as nothing more than No. 3. It usually all comes down to opportunity, and that simply might not be there for DeValve to significantly improve upon his 2016 numbers.

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  • 6/23, 5:11 pm
    • Floyd (knee) is expected to start...

      Floyd (knee) is expected to start the 2017 season on the physically unable to perform list, Matt Vensel of The Star Tribune reports.

      Analysis: Floyd -- who's making slow and steady progress in his recovery from nerve damage suffered during September knee surgery -- missed out on the entirety of the Vikings' offseason program and seemingly has little to no chance of making it back for any point of training camp or preseason. Although him landing on the PUP list is currently the expectation, he could ultimately land on injured reserve if Minnesota management isn't optimistic about his progress after the season's first six weeks.

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