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  • Dan Skuta LB-JAX
    6/27, 10:17 am
    • Skuta was arrested and charged with...

      Skuta was arrested and charged with first-degree misdemeanor battery earlier this month, NFL.com reports.

      Analysis: Skuta's arrest reportedly occurred in Orlando on June 19, and the Jaguars are aware of the situation but gathering more information at the moment. Although the impact on Skuta's availability in unknown right now, the 30-year-old is expected to battle rookie Myles Jack (knee) for a starting outside linebacker role this season.

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  • 6/27, 9:24 am
    • Funchess is "light years ahead" of...

      Funchess is "light years ahead" of where he was as a rookie, according to coach Ron Rivera, and is a candidate for a breakout season this year.

      Analysis: Funchess showed great progress over the course of his rookie season, scoring five touchdowns over his final nine games. In fact, he ended the regular season with seven catches for 120 yards and a score against the Buccaneers in Week 17. Now heading into his second season, the towering target should command significantly more looks in Carolina's offense, even as Greg Olsen and Kelvin Benjamin (knee) figure to be the Panthers' top two options in the passing game.

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  • 6/27, 9:10 am
    • Lockett is an integral part of...

      Lockett is an integral part of the Seahawks' planning on offense going into this season, ESPN.com reports.

      Analysis: Lockett proved to be a dynamic weapon during his rookie season, making the Pro Bowl as a returner thanks to two touchdowns, while also tying for the rookie lead with six receiving scores as well. On the whole, Lockett caught 51 passes for 664 yards, but those totals could reach another level this season, as he figures to be an invaluable member of the Seahawks' offense from the get-go. With an uncanny ability to get open downfield, Lockett is expected to line up at various starting positions in 2016, and reports of his continued development this offseason enhance his outlook as a potential breakout player in his sophomore season.

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  • 6/27, 4:36 am
    • Fiedorowicz has impressed Houston tight ends...

      Fiedorowicz has impressed Houston tight ends coach John Perry, who told Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle, "He's a little underrated as a pass-catcher just because maybe all the stats aren't there. One of the things I always point out he very rarely doesn't catch the ball. He's got a great catch radius. He's an effective guy that way."

      Analysis: While Fiedorowicz improved from four catches (seven targets) in his rookie season to catching 17 of his 24 targets in 2015, it's hard to envision him gaining a bigger receiving role going forward, particularly with the offseason makeover the Texans' offense underwent. Ryan Griffin, who was limited to nine games last season, is the leading threat as a receiver from the position. If Griffin's healthy, Fiedorowicz's targets will likely decrease in 2016.

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  • 6/26, 5:11 pm
    • Even if he is healthy, Riley...

      Even if he is healthy, Riley (foot) won't necessarily work with the first-team defense at the start of training camp, Tarik El-Bashir of CSN Mid-Atlantic reports.

      Analysis: Riley missed the final six games of last season, opening up a starting spot for Mason Foster alongside Will Compton. The Redskins went with that same duo during the offseason program, with Riley unavailable while rehabbing from November surgery. Riley is expected to be healthy for the start of camp, but while previously reports suggested he'd likely slot in as a starter, it now seems he'll have to compete with Compton and/or Foster. Entering the final season of a three-year, $12 million deal, Riley may find his roster spot in jeopardy if he doesn't win a starting job, as the Redskins can save approximately $4 million by releasing him.

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