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  • 5/26, 7:17 am
    • Mariota has only gained about five...

      Mariota has only gained about five pounds this offseason, TitansInsider.com reports.

      Analysis: A previous report said Mariota played at 210 pounds as a rookie, but it turns out he was actually closer to 220. He now checks in at 225, hoping that the slight increase will help him stay healthy for 16 games. Despite finishing with a surprisingly low total of 34 carries (for 252 yards and 2 TDs) in 12 appearances, Mariota took a lot of hits last season while playing behind a shaky offensive line. The Titans responded by heavily investing in their offense during the offseason, notably adding RB DeMarco Murray, WR Rishard Matthews and C Ben Jones, then using early draft picks to select OT Jack Conklin (eighth overall) and RB Derrick Henry (45th). The team clearly plans to run the ball much more often than it did last season, but any drop in Mariota's passing volume should be offset by improved efficiency, increased rushing production and/or a bump in scoring opportunities. It would also help his cause if the team were generally more competitive, as last season's lack of carries may have partially resulted from the Titans' desire to avoid a serious injury to their franchise centerpiece during a clear rebuilding year. With the roster now decent enough to at least dream of a playoff appearance, Mariota should get to deploy his 4.52 speed a bit more often.

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  • 5/26, 7:04 am
    • Jordan (back), who underwent a minor...

      Jordan (back), who underwent a minor arthroscopic procedure on his lower back in February, is not currently participating in OTAs but expects to be back by training camp, reports the New Orleans Times-Picayune. "We're playing it safe," Jordan said on Wednesday. "I can't give out a timetable for me coming back, but I do know that it will be well within camp season."

      Analysis: Jordan played through the back injury most of last season, occasionally missing practice time but never a game. Despite the lingering malady, he still managed to accrue 10 sacks and earn his second Pro Bowl appearance. While Jordan has a tendency to disappear -- he recorded only a single tackle four separate times in 2015 -- his consistent double-digit sack totals nevertheless make him a valuable IDP commodity.

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  • 5/26, 7:02 am
    • Bell is one of several back-up...

      Bell is one of several back-up receivers taking reps at kick returner during OTAs, Joe Kania of the team's official site reports.

      Analysis: The sophomore receiver is back to full practices after missing his rookie season with a hamstring injury, and is one of several backup wideouts auditioning for the Bucs' open kick returner position. Bell also turned in an impressive play from scrimmage in Tuesday's opening session, hauling in a bomb from Jameis Winston in the left corner of the end zone. The speedy University of Nebraska product has been cited by head coach Dirk Koetter as one of two "redshirt" rookies, along with position mate Evan Spencer, that Koetter has high hopes for this summer.

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  • 5/25, 4:38 pm
    • Anderson currently weighs just over 220...

      Anderson currently weighs just over 220 pounds, after reporting to OTAs at 240 pounds last season, ESPN reports.

      Analysis: The stocky running back started slow in 2015, only to become the most effective part of Denver's offense by the playoffs. A lighter, quicker Anderson could bode well for a faster start, but he'll also be facing stiffer competition than last season. Last year's leading rusher, Ronnie Hillman, returns, and fourth-round pick Devontae Booker's skill set appears tailor-made for Denver's one-cut scheme. Anderson should see more consistent production in 2016, is almost certain to share plenty of carries.

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  • 5/25, 3:01 pm
    • Kroft is the top tight end...

      Kroft is the top tight end on the Bengals' depth chart while Tyler Eifert (ankle) is out, Cole Harvey of ESPN reports.

      Analysis: Kroft opened the offseason as Eifert's backup, but due to the latter's ankle surgery, will take the starting reins for the time being. Eifert's recovery is projected to take three months, signifying an expected mid-to-late August return. If that timetable holds true, Kroft will see added reps in training camp and the preseason, which could equate to extra time during the regular season. Additionally, if Eifert's recovery time extends beyond initial estimates, then the Rutgers product figures to open the season as the starter, which should result in increased production for the second-year tight end. Kroft stepped in to the starting lineup near the end of 2015 when the veteran starter missed time with a neck injury and a concussion, and parlayed the opportunity into 11 receptions on 14 targets for 129 yards and a touchdown.

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