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  • NO Tackle #71
    There was some confusion as to the rules, but as a vested veteran who was placed on reserve/PUP before final cuts, 30-year-old Ramczyk is required to miss the entire year. It’s a major blow for what the Saints are hoping will be a new-look offense this season, though Ramczyk has missed 13 games over the past three years. He had reportedly undergone “minor” knee surgery. It would seem it wasn’t so minor after all. Out of guaranteed money following this season, Ramczyk turns 31 in April.
  • CLE Running Back #24
    Chubb can be activated at any time, but there has been nothing concrete on his potential Week 1 availability. Chubb has been sidelined since last September. Chubb reportedly resumed running in April, and GM Andrew Berry said he was “progressing nicely” in early May. Note there is no “ahead of schedule” there. Chubb can be considered genuinely uncertain and a candidate for reserve/PUP until the team issues something more substantial on his progress.
  • NYJ Wide Receiver #18
    It’s not a surprise for a player who had yet to be cleared for football activities as of late May. Rehabbing since last September, Williams has the kind of timeline that would normally have him ready for Week 1. He claimed in March that would indeed be the case. Aaron Rodgers is famed for his close connections with certain wideouts, so any missed practice time is going to cost Williams even if he is a well-paid veteran. Currently the WR61 in summer best ball drafts, Williams is shaping up as something of a 2024 freebie.
  • SEA Tackle #72
    Lucas is continuing to rehab from a knee injury that plagued him through much of last season. Lucas was injured in Week 1 and wound up missing 11 games as a result. He allowed two sacks on 17 pressures while earning a PFF blocking grade of 53.1 — a steep drop-off from his rookie performance in 2022. In addition to Lucas, the Seahawks also placed linebackers Jerome Baker (knee) and Tyrel Dodson on the active/PUP list.
  • SF Wide Receiver
    According to Saints beat writer Nick Underhill, Olave is dealing with “a little back tightness” and is expected to be fine. Olave has totaled 1,000-plus yards in each of his first two seasons in the league while amassing 159 receptions. The 2022 first-rounder is expected to once again serve as the Saints WR1 and should be primed for another productive fantasy season once healthy. We’d expect him to return sooner rather than later. In addition to Olave, the Saints also placed tight end Juwan Johnson and EDGE Chase Young on the PUP list. They can be removed from the list at any time, but are both dealing with injuries from earlier this offseason.
  • NO Tackle #71
    Saints beat writer Nick Underhill reports that Ramczyk will miss the first four games of this season and that “the expectation is that he’s not particularly close [to a return].” Underhill believes Ramczyk’s absence will extend beyond the requisite four games and later added that there’s a chance Ramczyk won’t play this season. The veteran tackle underwent a minor knee surgery this offseason according to head coach Dennis Allen, but that appears to be anything but the case in light of today’s news.
  • MIA Tackle #77
    Wynn landed on injured reserve after suffering a Week 7 quadriceps strain and he has evidently yet to fully recover. The Dolphins are smartly playing things cautiously with their shallow offensive line depth. EDGE Cameron Goode was also moved to the PUP list while running back Salvon Ahmed was sent to the active/non-football injury (NFI) list. Players who remain on the active/PUP list come Week 1 must remain sidelined for at least four games.
  • MIA Linebacker #2
    Chubb suffered a Grade 3 ACL tear on December 31st, 2023, just five weeks after Phillips ruptured his right Achilles tendon. Both players face roughly nine-to-twelve-month return-to-play timelines, although Chubb’s rehabilitation process is less involved than Phillips’, who must slowly build up his repaired tendon’s elasticity. If both players remain on the PUP list through training camp, they will be eligible for the regular season’s active PUP list, where they will then remain for at least four games.
  • NO Running Back #25
    Allen said he’s “seen burst and explosiveness” and “the ability to make people miss,” but added he wants to “see it more often.” A popular late-round pick in fantasy drafts last season, Miller’s rookie year was plagued with injuries that limited him to just eight games. He saw 73 of his 156 rushing yards come in a meaningless Week 18 game against the Falcons but flashed the abilities fantasy managers hoped to see when they drafted him. Miller clearly has something he needs to prove to Allen before he gets a chance to earn a bigger role alongside Alvin Kamara this season. Despite Kamara’s age, he remains firmly entrenched as the lead back, but Miller could cut into that workload with a strong training camp. His pass-catching upside makes him a solid stash in PPR leagues this season.
  • ARI Running Back #33
    Benson’s signing comes just days before the Cardinals report to training camp. The former Florida State Seminole blazed a 4.39 40-yard dash at the combine earlier this offseason and has a versatile skillset that we’ve come to expect from a three-down back. For now, Benson will serve as the RB2 behind veteran James Conner. However, he remains a solid fantasy stash who could prove to have some stand-alone value in PPR leagues if he sees enough work in the passing game. He would profile as a high-end RB2 if Conner were to miss time at any point in the season.


2024 NFL schedule
All the latest information on schedule and matchups for the 2024 NFL season.
Green Bay will be added to the traditional hosts of Detroit and Dallas for Thanksgiving in 2024.
Last year, the Raiders and Chiefs got together on Christmas Day in Kansas City.
The Caleb Williams era is set to get underway at Soldier Field on September 8.
The 2024 Monday Night Football slate will feature several teams twice, with the last Monday game of the season being a rematch of the 2023 NFC Championship Game.


Roles for Johnson, Legette affecting fantasy value
Patrick Daugherty, Kyle Dvorchak, and Mike Kaye assess the Panthers' offense and how targets might shake out between Diontae Johnson and Xavier Legette, as well as Jonathon Brooks' fantasy viability.


Continuing to deal with a lingering knee injury, Saints offensive tackle Ryan Ramczyk will miss at least the start of the regular season — and likely more.
Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert already is considered a top-10 player at his position after throwing for 17,223 yards and 114 touchdowns in his first four seasons.
With training camp beginning soon, the Seahawks have made several roster moves.
The Dolphins placed a pair of pass rushers on their physically unable to perform list on Thursday.

Matthew Berry

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Matthew Berry unveils his Top 150 for the 2024 fantasy football season, highlighted by seven receivers in the top 10.
Josh Allen, Christian McCaffrey, CeeDee Lamb, and Sam LaPorta are on top of their respective positions in Matthew Berry’s updated positional rankings for the 2024 fantasy football season.

Rotoworld Fantasy Football

Patrick Daugherty, Kyle Dvorchak, and Mike Kaye assess the Panthers’ offense and how targets might shake out between Diontae Johnson and Xavier Legette, as well as Jonathon Brooks’ fantasy viability.
Patrick Daugherty, Ian Hartitz and Kyle Dvorchak discuss New Orleans Saints’ Chris Olave and their concerns that the wide receiver’s ceiling is in question.
Ian Hartitz of Fantasy Life weighs in on whether the Atlanta Falcons’ Bijan Robinson is deserving of his RB2 fantasy football ranking and how Kyle Pitts stacks up among tight ends from a fantasy standpoint for 2024.
Patrick Daugherty breaks down the 2024 Vikings from every angle, including the passing game, running game and win total.
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More NFL News

The Bengals announced that the leading rusher in franchise history will be entering the team’s Ring of Honor.
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It’s the Chicago Bears vs Houston Texans on Thursday, August 1 at 8:00 PM ET in the 2024 NFL Hall of Fame game.
The Texans acquired veteran receiver Stefon Diggs in a high-profile offseason trade to help boost the club’s receiving corps.
Football season is right around the corner. Check out the 2024 NFL Preseason schedule.
The Patriots officially announced that Alonzo Highsmith is a senior personnel executive for the team this week and another member of the family has a new job title as well.
Wright will primarily focus on the team’s search for a new stadium site and naming rights partner.
It took a while, but the Cardinals now have all 12 of this year’s draft picks under contract.
When Trey Lance was drafted third overall by the 49ers in 2021, the expectation was that he’d be a starting quarterback by the start of his fourth NFL season.
There’s going to be more of defensive end Will Anderson in the Texans defense this season.