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  • Jay Ajayi RB-MIA
    5/28, 1:46 pm
    • Ajayi could see as many as...

      Ajayi could see as many as 350 rushing attempts in 2017, James Walker of ESPN.com reports. "I'm ready for it," Ajayi said Tuesday. "I prepare myself every season to take a huge workload and be able to carry the team, and I think I'm ready for that."

      Analysis: The Dolphins will hope Ajayi can replicate his Pro Bowl 2016 campaign in which he rushed for 1,272 yards and eight touchdowns on 260 attempts in 15 games. The 23-year-old only started 12 games and didn't catch fire until Week 6, but if he's able to start the season off hot, expect the carries to rack up. Based on his yards per carry total from last season (4.9), if Ajayi was given 350 attempts in 2016, he would of ended the season with over 1,700 yards. It will be up to the young back to prove last year was no fluke, but if he can do so he'll be a top commodity in fantasy leagues everywhere.

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  • 5/28, 1:08 pm
    • Thompson could be in line for...

      Thompson could be in line for extended reps this season, John Keim of ESPN.com reports. "I have a feeling I might get a little more this year," Thompson said. "I just see how the workouts and everything are going, when we're working together as a group."

      Analysis: With a budding battle between Rob Kelley and rookie Samaje Perine for the top running back spot, Thompson will quietly assume the third-down responsibilities for the Redskins in 2017. Playing on a one-year contract, the veteran will have to prove his value this season, which won't be hard to do if he continues to see increased reps on offense. Thompson is clearly the best pass-catcher in the backfield and was productive last scene with his reps, averaging 7.1 yards per reception and 5.2 yards per rush. If either Kelley or Perine struggle, look for Washington to rely on Thompson as a safety blanket.

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  • 5/28, 12:13 pm
    • Lewis (hamstring) looked explosive at OTAs,...

      Lewis (hamstring) looked explosive at OTAs, and he could still carve out a role as a reserve running back and kickoff returner, ESPN.com's Mike Reiss reports.

      Analysis: While the offseason additions of Mike Gillislee and Rex Burkhead might make him expendable, Lewis has a small enough contract that the Patriots presumably intend to keep him around. It isn't yet clear how snaps will be divided between the aforementioned trio and James White, but it at least seems Lewis is healthy enough to compete for a part-time role on offense, after injuring his hamstring during the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl. Gillislee is the best bet to fill a power role similar to LeGarrette Blount's from last season, while Lewis, White and Burkhead all are largely valued for their strong work on passing downs.

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  • 5/28, 12:02 pm
    • Seferian-Jenkins (suspension) has lost about 25...

      Seferian-Jenkins (suspension) has lost about 25 pounds from his peak weight of 285 last season, checking in at 260 for OTAs, ESPN.com's Rich Cimini reports.

      Analysis: The 2014 second-round selection was released by the Bucs in September after being charged with a DUI, and the Jets then claimed him off waivers and used him in a minor role throughout the rest of the season. Seferian-Jenkins caught 10 of 17 targets for 110 yards in seven games with his new team, also missing a few contests due to hamstring and ankle injuries, and thus failing to play double-digit games for a third time in three NFL seasons. While he still needs to serve a two-game suspension for the DUI, it sounds as if Seferian-Jenkins has finally turned his full attention to football, undergoing what his agent referred to as a "mental and physical lifestyle change". He'll still need to prove himself in training camp and the preseason, but the Jets don't have much in the way of other talent at a position they hope to involve in the passing game for the first time since 2014. Seferian-Jenkins has a real shot at the lead role once he returns from suspension in Week 3.

  • 5/28, 11:31 am
    • Amendola may be in danger of...

      Amendola may be in danger of losing his roster spot this preseason, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.

      Analysis: Amendola is one of 12 wideouts on the Patriots' current roster, but it's believed only six or seven will make the final 53-man roster in September. There appear to be five "locks" at the position -- Brandin Cooks, Julian Edelman, Chris Hogan, Malcolm Mitchell and Matthew Slater -- leaving the other seven wideouts competing for a maximum of two spots. While Amendola, who took a pay cut earlier in the offseason, seems to be the most likely option to remain given his time spent with the club, new additions like Andrew Hawkins, Devin Street and Devin Lucien could give the veteran a run for his money. It's clearly way too early to tell what the final verdict will be considering potential injuries and preseason performances, but for the first time in New England, Amendola's status is in question.

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