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  • 7/22, 9:05 pm
    • Breeland has visits scheduled with both...

      Breeland has visits scheduled with both the Raiders and Chiefs this week, Rob Demovsky of ESPN reports.

      Analysis: Breeland has toiled in free agency since his three-year, $24 million deal with the Panthers fell through in March due to the cornerback failing a routine physical because of an infected cut on his foot. However, he's now healthy and making the rounds on the open market. Oakland could certainly use another quality cornerback on its roster, but Kansas City could offer Breeland a clearer path to a starting role.

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  • 7/22, 8:52 pm
    • Fowler was placed on the Active/Physically...

      Fowler was placed on the Active/Physically Unable to Perform list with an undisclosed injury Saturday, Phillip Heilman of the Florida Times-Union reports.

      Analysis: The injury announcement comes one day after Fowler was handed a one-game suspension for violating the NFL's Personal Conduct Policy, reportedly connected to a July 2017 arrest for alleged battery. The 23-year-old was dealing with an upper-body injury in late June, but it's currently unknown if this is an extension of the same issue or a new injury. Fowler can be removed from the PUP list once medically cleared, but he will not be ready to take the field when training camp begins Thursday.

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  • 7/22, 7:24 pm
    • Bears coach Matt Nagy said Howard...

      Bears coach Matt Nagy said Howard can play on all three downs, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.

      Analysis: The Bears coaching staff helped Howard work on his hands during the offseason, and after the running back caught just 52 of 82 targets over the first two years of his career, their work is cut out for them. Fortunately, he got off to a good start in training camp by catching both passes thrown his way, including one grab on a pass that was thrown significantly off target. Tarik Cohen will be a bigger weapon in the Chicago passing attack, but if Howard shows improvement and consistency as a receiver over the next month, he could also be a big help to Mitchell Trubisky.

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  • 7/22, 7:15 pm
    • Bears coach Matt Nagy plans to...

      Bears coach Matt Nagy plans to move Cohen around the formation to take advantage of his speed, Patrick Finley of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

      Analysis: Defenses were already keying on Cohen by the third game of last season, partially explaining why the previous coaching staff seemed to under-utilize him as the season progressed. However, with a significantly improved receiver group, Cohen's excited that opposing defenses won't be able to consistently bracket him on pass plays. As a result, the second-year playmaker should have plenty of opportunities to beat the linebackers and safeties who'll be assigned to cover him. Although he's a clear fantasy breakout candidate, he's still facing a cloudy role with Jordan Howard expected to serve as the team's lead ball carrier.

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  • 7/22, 7:03 pm
    • Although he's made some impressive throws,...

      Although he's made some impressive throws, Trubisky has struggled with poor decision-making and poorly placed passes during the first few practices of training camp, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.

      Analysis: In addition to learning a new offense, Trubisky is working with primary pass catchers who joined the Bears this offseason. He's started just 12 games in the NFL and made 25 total starts since high school, so as talented as he may be, shaky practice performances like these should still be expected. As long as Trubisky shows steady progress throughout camp, he'll continue to be worth a draft pick as a fantasy backup with upside.

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