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  • 7/21, 9:28 pm
    • Vikings DE Danielle Hunter will start...

      Vikings DE Danielle Hunter will start at defensive end this season.

      Analysis: Veteran Brian Robison was the starter the past few years, but even he couldn't justify himself sticking in the starting lineup after Hunter posted a team-high 12.5 sacks as a 22-year-old, compared to Robison's 7.5, which finished third on the team behind Hunter and Everson Griffen (8). In the big picture, this arrangement is probably the ideal lineup for fantasy owners since Hunter is young but physically ready to take on a larger workload, whereas Robison is firmly on the back nine of his career and should be more effective if he were primarily reserved for passing downs. Barring injury, this is a unit that should be ready to make an encore after finishing with the fifth-most sacks in the league last season, as there weren't aren't significant losses from last year's squad.

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  • 7/21, 8:55 pm
    • Dolphins LB Koa Misi (neck) is...

      Dolphins LB Koa Misi (neck) is still awaiting clearance to return to the field.

      Analysis: Misi, who was planted on injured reserve just over three weeks into the 2016 campaign, required spinal fusion surgery to recover and was anticipating being cleared by May. However, that time clearly came and went without Misi gaining clearance to return to action. The Dolphins likely would have cut him instead of restructuring his contract this offseason if they weren't optimistic he'll be able to play in 2017, so it seems to simply be a waiting game at this point. If Misi is unable to play in time for the regular season, 2017 second-rounder Raekwon McMillan will likely be in for all the snaps he can handle.

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  • 7/21, 8:26 pm
    • Chargers CB Jason Verrett (knee-ACL) is...

      Chargers CB Jason Verrett (knee-ACL) is questionable to be ready for training camp.

      Analysis: Verrett tore his ACL just four weeks into the 2016 season and his full return would allow the Chargers to boast one of the best cornerback tandems in the league in Verrett and Casey Heyward, the NFL's reigning interception leader (7). In fact, they're one of five teams in the league to have two Pro Bowlers at each corner spot. However, this is all contingent upon Verrett returning in full, so don't be surprised if team management is extremely cautious in bringing their star defender back into the fold.

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  • 7/21, 8:10 pm
    • Rams DB Lamarcus Joyner will switch...

      Rams DB Lamarcus Joyner will switch to free safety in 2017.

      Analysis: Though plenty effective at nickel corner -- considering Joyner has tallied 178 tackles and 13 pass deflections in 40 games at that spot -- the Rams signed Nickell Robey-Coleman in the offseason, who's pretty good at defending the slot as well. Furthermore, the team parted ways with safety T.J. McDonald in the offseason, and since he will be replaced by Mo Alexander, someone is needed to fill in at free safety. Joyner is the best option available, so naturally he will be given the first crack to secure the gig. This shuffling around should allow the Rams to get their best players on the field at the same time in 2017, which bodes well for their chances of success in Wade Phillips' first season as defensive coordinator.

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  • 7/21, 8:01 pm
    • Chiefs S Eric Berry is dealing...

      Chiefs S Eric Berry is dealing with a sore heel in advance of training camp.

      Analysis: Fortunately, even though Berry missed a few practices in June, this issue doesn't appear to be very serious in the big picture. However, the exact nature of the injury isn't clear and it's possible it could linger into the summer. If it does, expect the Chiefs to bring out the bubble wrap and prevent the highest-paid safety in the NFL from taking any unnecessary risks ahead of the regular-season opener. The goal is to have him healthy for an entire 16-game slate, as backup Daniel Sorenson doesn't instill much fear in opposing gameplanners.

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