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  • 7/22, 5:27 pm
    • Moore was released by the Buccaneers...

      Moore was released by the Buccaneers on Tuesday, Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

      Analysis: Signed by the Buccaneers in February due to his relationship with new head coach Lovie Smith from their days with the Bears, Moore was perceived as the frontrunner for nickel duties heading into training camp. However, after spending most of the 2013 season out of the NFL, Moore evidently didn't impress in offseason workouts, prompting the Buccaneers to look elsewhere for depth at defensive back. With Moore out of the picture, Leonard Johnson or Mike Jenkins look like the top candidates to man the nickel spot this season in Tampa Bay.

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  • 7/22, 5:21 pm
    • Houston, who had skipped the Chiefs'...

      Houston, who had skipped the Chiefs' mandatory minicamp in June, will report to training camp on time, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.

      Analysis: Houston, a 2011 third-rounder, who is on track to become a free agent at the end of the 2014 season, will thus avoid a potentially contentious holdout, on the heels of a campaign in which he recorded 44 tackles and 11 sacks in 11 contests for the Chiefs.

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  • 7/22, 5:12 pm
    • While ESPN.com notes that the...

      While ESPN.com notes that the Chiefs believe that Charles will report to training camp on time, kwch.com suggests that the running back, who is seeking a raise, will not be present when the Chiefs' veterans report to training camp on Thursday.

      Analysis: Charles, whose base salary this season is $2.65 million, is signed through 2015 on a deal with the Chiefs that he inked in 2010. Coming off a 2013 campaign in which he racked up 1,287 rushing yards and 19 total TDs in 15 games, it's not hard to see why Charles believes that he has outperformed his current deal. At this stage, however, it's way too early to suggest that this is a situation that could compromise Charles' long-term availability to the team, with ESPN.com noting that the Chiefs have discussed a new deal with their dynamic running back.

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  • 7/22, 4:43 pm
    • Jones (foot) will be ready for...

      Jones (foot) will be ready for the start of training camp, D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

      Analysis: While coach Mike Smith acknowledged that Jones will be limited in his snap count during the early stages of camp, the athletic wideout shouldn't have much trouble collecting enough reps to prepare for the start of the regular season. Everything so far suggests Jones has recovered as expected from his fractured foot, making him worthy of targeting in the early rounds as a lead receiver on fantasy squads. He was on pace for a career-best season prior to suffering the injury in Week 5, and the ongoing decline of the aging Roddy White could mean that even more targets will be in store for Jones in 2014.

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  • 7/22, 4:34 pm
    • Woodhead signed a two-year contract extension...

      Woodhead signed a two-year contract extension with the Chargers on Tuesday, NFL.com reports.

      Analysis: Woodhead proved to be a seamless fit in the running back committee with Ryan Mathews and Ronnie Brown last season, becoming quarterback Philip Rivers' favorite receiving option out of the backfield. The 29-year-old set career-highs with 76 receptions, six touchdowns and 1,296 all-purpose yards. Woodhead will carry most of his interest in PPR leagues in 2014, but considering the high volume of touches he'll see when combining his carries and receptions, he's worth owning in just about any format.

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