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  • 6/26, 2:21 pm
    • The Titans signed CB Logan Ryan...

      The Titans signed CB Logan Ryan and S Jonathan Cyprien to contracts in the offseason.

      Analysis: If they were going to let Jason McCourty walk, the Titans needed to be able to find a replacement. Enter Logan Ryan. In his past two seasons with the Patriots, Ryan racked up 166 tackles and 25 PBUs while proving strong in both pass coverage and in the run game. Along with the Titans' first-rounder, Adoree' Jackson out of USC, Ryan should immediately take over as a starter. Meanwhile, Cyprien will likely pair with Kevin Byard to form the first-string safety tandem. Considering pass defense was arguably Tennessee's greatest weakness last season and this new-look secondary appears to be a significant improvement on paper, the Titans D/ST looks to be in position to build upon its 26th-placed fantasy finish from a season ago.

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  • 6/26, 1:53 pm
    • Fairley (illness) was placed on the...

      Fairley (illness) was placed on the Saints' reserve/non-football injury list Monday, effectively ending his 2017 campaign, Adam Schefter of ESPN.com reports.

      Analysis: Fairley's future in the league has been put into serious question due to his heart condition, which was first revealed earlier this month. The issue comes just a year after the 29-year-old recorded career highs with 43 tackles (29 solo) and 6.5 sacks across 16 games in New Orleans. It's a devastating blow for the Saints defense, and Fairley's absence leaves David Onyemata and Tony McDaniel as the frontrunners to fill in for him along the line. At this point, it seems like the safest option for Fairley is to hang up the cleats for good.

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  • 6/26, 1:49 pm
    • Floyd was sentenced Monday to one...

      Floyd was sentenced Monday to one day in jail and ordered to serve the final five days of his house-arrest sentence for violating the original terms of his punishment, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports.

      Analysis: Floyd, who began serving the 24-day jail sentence in February after pleading guilty to extreme DUI, was deemed to have violated his 96-day house-arrest sentence by testing positive for alcohol earlier this month. Although Floyd reportedly blamed the positive tests on a fermented tea containing trace amounts of alcohol, the 27-year-old was sent back to jail for a day-long stint. From there, Floyd will need to serve his final five days of house arrest before completing his punishment. Despite Floyd's tumultuous offseason, he's expected to battle for a top-four spot on the Vikings' depth chart at receiver during training camp, at which point his current legal troubles will be behind him.

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  • 6/26, 12:49 pm
    • Falcons owner Arthur Blank said Monday...

      Falcons owner Arthur Blank said Monday that he's confident the team will reach an agreement with Freeman on a long-term contract soon, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.

      Analysis: Freeman, who is entering the final year of his rookie contract, has totaled over 1,500 yards from scrimmage and at least 13 touchdowns in both of the past two seasons. Given that production, the 2014 fourth-rounder is clearly more valuable than the $1.79 million he's scheduled to earn in 2017. With both Freeman's representatives and the Falcons recognizing his worth, it's anticipated that the 25-year-old will ink a lucrative extension with the franchise before long, which would eliminate a potential distraction during training camp.

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  • 6/26, 12:39 pm
    • Elam's drug charges stemming from a...

      Elam's drug charges stemming from a February arrest were dropped Monday, ESPN.com reports.

      Analysis: Elam was pulled over for reckless driving before police booked him on charges of marijuana possession, possession with intent to sell or deliver and possession of a controlled substance. However, all those charges were dropped Monday, clearing Elam of any wrongdoing. While that obviously comes as good news for the 25-year-old, it also follows Elam having charges of grand theft and battery stemming from a May incident that was dropped last week. With no pending legal situations any longer, Elam seemingly now has a better chance of signing with a team, but the free agent's lack of on-field production may not even make him worth the risk.

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