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Le'Veon Bell, RB | NYJ

Tue, Jun 11, 2019

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Le'Veon Bell Skipping OTAs

New York Jets running back Le'Veon Bell, cornerback Trumaine Johnson and safety Jamal Adams were all absent at organized team activities on Tuesday. Bell was in attendance at last week's mandatory minicamp, but he's gone missing again during OTAs, as expected. Bell wants to work out on his terms with his trainers as he's done for years prior when with the Steelers. We likely won't see Bell again until training camp next month. The All-Pro running back took last year off but should return to being a bell-cow running back in his first year with Gang Green in 2019. There's a little more risk with the Jets, but Bell's versatility in both the running and passing game should make him one of the safer RB1 picks.

Delanie Walker, TE | TEN

Tue, Jun 11, 2019

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Delanie Walker, Jonnu Smith Not Practicing

Tennessee Titans tight ends Delanie Walker (ankle) and Jonnu Smith (knee) were both not practicing at minicamp on Tuesday. Both Walker and Smith suffered serious and season-ending injuries last year. Walker's came in Week 1, while Smith suffered his in Week 14. Walker, going into his age-35 season, has the much more established career and has been a productive TE1 for fantasy owners in the past with a 1,000-yard season under his belt (2015), but you might want to temper your expectations with him coming off a serious injury. Smith also showed that he could more than fill Walker's shoes in 2018. Walker should be looked at as a low-end TE1 in a run-first offense.

Jonnu Smith, TE | TEN

Tue, Jun 11, 2019

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Delanie Walker, Jonnu Smith Not Practicing

Tennessee Titans tight ends Delanie Walker (ankle) and Jonnu Smith (knee) were both not practicing at minicamp on Tuesday. Both Walker and Smith suffered serious and season-ending injuries last year. Walker's came in Week 1, while Smith suffered his in Week 14. Walker, going into his age-35 season, has the much more established career and has been a productive TE1 for fantasy owners in the past with a 1,000-yard season under his belt (2015), but you might want to temper your expectations with him coming off a serious injury. Smith also showed that he could more than fill Walker's shoes in 2018. Walker should be looked at as a low-end TE1 in a run-first offense.