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Andre Johnson Optimistic About Training Camp But Making No Promises (7/9 7:30 PT)

The Facts: Following up on the ongoing story. ... Johnson wanted nothing to do with Houston's offseason program, but the All-Pro wide receiver expressed optimism on Wednesday that he'd be in uniform when the Texans open training camp later this month. "Hopefully. We'll see what happens," Johnson said. "Training camp's three weeks away, so we'll see what happens." Reported by NFL.com

Diehards Line: Asked if he'd be on the field when Houston hosts the Washington Redskins in Week 1, Johnson remained vague, saying, "I don't know. I can't answer that question. ..." The 32-year-old pass-catcher confirmed what NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported months ago, acknowledging that he's "had conversations with the organization" about his future. "I haven't been public about anything," Johnson said. "I just choose not to talk publicly about it. It's in-house and that's the way I choose to keep it. I'm not a big media guy, so I refuse to talk about it." In May Johnson expressed frustration with the Texans, openly wondering if Houston was still the right place for him on the heels of last season's 2-14 disaster and with a rebuilding effort on the horizon. Still, as NFL.com notes, Johnson is under contract through the 2016 season, though, and trading him would bury the team with $11.96 million in dead money against this year's cap. ... All that said, Ryan Fitzpatrick will give Johnson a capable veteran QB -- one that can certainly keep Johnson fantasy relevant.

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Emmanuel Sanders Calls Denver WR Heaven (7/9 2:49 PT)

The Facts: Sanders jumped from playing with Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers to joining Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos when he signed a three-year, $15 million contract with the latter team back in March. For Sanders, the move to Denver provided a celestial opportunity. "It feels like I just made it into wide receiver heaven," Sanders said. Reported by NFL.com

Diehards Line: The receiver praised the chance to be able to play with both Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks during his career. He said the main difference between the two signal-callers is that Roethlisberger was always saddled in a run-heavy offense, while Manning has been allowed to air it out more. Sanders played the outside receiver position for the first time in his career last year. He had his best statistical season but didn't put up gaudy No. 2 receiver numbers. In Denver, he will again play on the outside and attempt to replace Eric Decker's production. Even as part of a deep pass-catching group with Demaryius Thomas, Julius Thomas and Wes Welker, Sanders hopes to make his share of plays. "The thing that I like about the Broncos is there is really no No. 1 guy," he said. "Peyton always goes with the favorable matchup and that's what I'm really liking about this offense. Any guy could go off for 180 yards or 100 yards with 10 catches any week, week in and week out, just based off of matchups. ..." Fantasy football owners certainly shouldn't overlook Sanders' potential in this offense.

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Report: Some Teammates Want Nothing To Do With Josh Gordon (7/9 2:48 PT)

The Facts: The sense I get from those in that locker room is that players sympathize with Gordon—but feel he can no longer be on the team, because they don't believe he will change his life. They hope Gordon does. They just aren't sure he can. Overall, there is a great feeling of betrayal. ... They realize Gordon is sick. They want him to get better. They like him. But some of them, clearly, also now want nothing to do with him. Reported by BleacherReport.com

Diehards Line: So wrote Bleacher Report's Mike Freeman, who recounted a moment toward the middle of last season, Gordon spoke to a small group of his Browns teammates in the team's locker room about his future. One player, who asked not to be identified, recalled his words. "I want to promise you guys that I won't be in trouble again," Gordon told them. The players believed Gordon. They knew of his past issues and felt he was a troubled man but a good man. They were encouraged. When Gordon finished the season with 87 catches for nine touchdowns and over 1,600 yards -- a year that included him becoming the first player in league history to generate consecutive 200-yard receiving games -- Gordon's teammates thought he would soon change everything for the better. Then came the reported drug test failure for marijuana that could potentially lead to Gordon being banned for the entire 2014 season. Then came the recent DWI arrest. It leaves Browns players to remember that scene some months ago and feel a sense of both sympathy and anger. Freeman added: "I cannot find a single team or league official who believes that Gordon will not play again. Everyone believes he will. The reasons are simple and twofold: Gordon is unbelievably talented, and he's just 23 years old. ..." But it's fair to question whether lack of maturity and desire will be bigger factors in the equation.

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Kyle Rudolph Studying Turner's Offense... And Likes What He Sees (7/9 2:47 PT)

The Facts: Following up on the ongoing story. ... Rudolph has spent a lot of time watching tape of Jordan Cameron's big 2013 season with the Browns, but his study of OC Norv Turner's past offenses has gone a lot further back than that. Turner has made sure of it. The install tape Turner has shown players since taking over as the Vikings' offensive coordinator in January features cutups dating to his days with the Dallas Cowboys in the early 1990s, when Jay Novacek played the role assumed in more recent years by Vernon Davis, Antonio Gates and Cameron. "So much of it is the exact same thing (Turner)'s been running for 20 years," Rudolph said. "It's the same plays. It's funny when you throw that on there and you see [Jay] Novacek running it, Michael Irvin, Troy Aikman. Those are all guys that I grew up watching." Reported by USA Today

Diehards Line: Rudolph is learning the expanded route tree and hoping to recapture his 2012 Pro Bowl form as he enters a contract year after a broken foot limited him to eight games last season. Rudolph is not as fast as Cameron, a bit player for two years in Cleveland before exploding for 80 catches for 917 yards and seven touchdowns in Turner's lone season with the Browns. But Rudolph's 6-6 frame can create its own matchup problems – something he hopes will happen more often under Turner. "Some guys have that unique ability to have the feel for a game and dial up huge plays," Rudolph said. "I really noticed watching a lot of Cleveland Browns tape last year, when you're watching the course of the game, you can see that with Norv. ..." So fantasy football owners should add Rudolph on the list with Cordarrelle Patterson as players in position to gain from Turner's presence.

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Dennis Pitta Preparing For More Varied Role This Season (7/9 2:46 PT)

The Facts: Pitta was in constant motion throughout the Ravens' offseason practices, making it difficult to get an accurate read on where he would line up from play to play. Signed to a five-year, $32 million contract in March, the tight end is expected to have a versatile role in new offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak's offensive system. That includes everything from Pitta being split out as an extra wide receiver to working out of the backfield as well as traditional in-line tight end alignments. “I have done a lot of different things in this offense already," Pitta said during the Ravens' final minicamp. "I would assume that would continue to increase.” Reported by the Baltimore Sun

Diehards Line: As Sun staffer Aaron Wilson notes, Kubiak runs a tight end-friendly offense where he's routinely utilized two or even three tight ends in multiple roles on any given play. With Pitta healthy again after missing the first dozen games of last season after having his dislocated, fractured right hip surgically repaired, he figures to have a featured role in the Ravens' offense this fall working in tandem with former Houston Texans tight end Owen Daniels. Pitta caught 61 passes for 669 yards and seven touchdowns during the Ravens' Super Bowl championship season in 2012-13. For his career since being drafted in the fourth round out of Brigham Young in 2010, Pitta has 122 receptions for 1,244 yards and 11 touchdowns. Given the history of both the player and new coordinator, Pitta will be of great interest to fantasy football owners this fall.

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Aaron Dobson Also Optimistic About Training Camp (7/9 2:45 PT)

The Facts: Following up on a previous item. ... Dobson remains optimistic about his recovery from foot surgery with the start of training camp looming on July 24. “It’s doing better, man,” he said. “It’s getting better every day. Every week it’s getting better, so we’re just going to see where it’s at by the time camp starts.” Reported by the Boston Herald

Diehards Line: This lends further credence to a report from Tuesday citing unnamed sources as being optimistic about training camp as well. Dobson, who caught 37 passes last season for 519 yards and four touchdowns, said he’s made an effort to keep his physical limitations from holding back his overall progress. “You’ve got to keep yourself focused on what your job is,” he said. “I know I can’t go out there and physically do it, but mentally you’ve got to be there. That’s the biggest part is just being there mentally because it’s easy for yourself to slip. So you’ve just got to stay on top of yourself and be responsible, really, and do your job. ..." Again, a healthy Dobson is a legitimate breakout candidate this fall. We'll continue to follow his progress closely.

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Theo Riddick Continues To Generate Buzz As Potential Sproles-Type Contributor (7/9 2:44 PT)

The Facts: Following up on the ongoing story. ... Reggie Bush predicted a month ago that Riddick would have a major role in the Lions' passing game as well as the rushing attack. Another backfield mate, Joique Bell said on Tuesday that Riddick has the potential to be a "Pro Bowler" and a "great running back in this league" if the 2013 sixth-round draft pick continues to develop. "His body is in great shape, probably 7 (percent) body fat," Bell said. "You see his route running from out the backfield, it's really crisp. He looks like a Reggie (Bush)." Reported by NFL.com

Diehards Line: Bell continued: "Just some of the moves you see him do in practice against some of the linebackers. We sit back in the meeting room, we sit back we laugh. He gets them every time with the same move, like you can't stop it. You can't stop it. ..." Backup QB Dan Orlovsky corroborated Bell's account of Riddick as uncoverable in offseason practices. As NFL.com points out, with new OC Joe Lombardi importing the Saints' offense to Detroit, Riddick is expected to play the Darren Sproles role in a three-headed backfield. "I'm telling you, if he doesn't have 50 catches this year, I'll be surprised because he's going to have opportunities and he's very talented at it," Orlovsky said. "I think he's going to play that Sproles role, for sure. ..." That will require a major jump, considering Riddick had fewer snaps (49) than Orlovsky's projected catch total. But Orlovsky insists there are specific packages drawn up to put the ball in Riddick's hands. "He's going to have eight passes a game," Orlovsky said, "whether they're screens, whether they're one-on-ones, whether they're checkdowns, where they're going to be pass plays called for him. ..." All in all, it certainly adds to the intrigue. We'll be watching for more.

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Josh Morgan Agrees To Community Service To Resolve Assault Case (7/9 2:43 PT)

The Facts: Following up on a previous item. ... Morgan, who was accused of assaulting a valet driver in Washington, D.C. in April, has agreed to do community service to have the charge against him vacated. Morgan, 29, who now plays for the Chicago Bears, has agreed to 32 hours of community service. They must be completed within four months. Reported by CSNWashington.com

Diehards Line: If Morgan complies with the terms of the program, the misdemeanor assault charge against him will be erased from his record. Morgan was accused of punching Kenneth Johnson, a valet driver, outside Cities Restaurant and Lounge in downtown D.C. ... Sounds like this will be a non-issue going forward.

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Could Denver's Offense Be Even Better This Season? (7/9 12:58 PT)

The Facts: The Broncos' offense rewrote the record books last season, scoring the most points in NFL history. OC Adam Gase, one of the game's bright young minds, believes his offense can do even better in an encore performance this season. "Oh yeah, we can be better. We can do some things better, we can make better calls, I can make better calls, I can get us in better situations," Gase said. "There are some things we've got our eyes on." Reported by ESPN.com

Diehards Line: As ESPN.com's Jeff Legwold put it: "Perhaps it all boils down to the difference between more and better. ..." The Broncos became the league’s first-ever 600-point team in 2013, had five different players score at least 10 touchdowns -- no other team in history had more than three -- and quarterback Peyton Manning set single-season records for touchdown passes (55) and passing yards (5,477). So to say more is in the offing in ’14, even with all the Broncos have done in the offseason, seems like a reach. But one area they could improve would be the rushing attack. Montee Ball has replaced Knowshon Moreno, whose effectiveness plummeted following a 37-carry, 224-yard effort at New England in Week 12. Legwold suggests that moving massive RT Orlando Franklin inside to guard and touting Cody Latimer as the "best blocking wide receiver in the draft" are further acknowledgements that Denver must improve the efficiency of a ground attack that faces fewer defenders in the box than any in the league. If a revamped running game enables the Broncos to better cope with physical defenses such as Seattle's, they can boast a better, more balanced offense -- even if they fail to set new records.

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Report: Aaron Dobson Could Be Ready For Start Of Training Camp (7/9 12:57 PT)

The Facts: Following up on the ongoing story. ... Although he missed spring practices after undergoing offseason surgery on his foot, but there is now optimism that Dobson will be ready in time for training camp, according to a source. The source added that it is still too early to be certain of Dobson’s status, but this is the first time since his March surgery that anyone has spoke of his situation with optimism. Reported by MassLive.com

Diehards Line: As MassLive.com's Nick Underhill reminded readers, Dobson’s projected recovery was initially set at 2-3 months, which should have put him on the field for last month’s mini-camp. The surgery was delayed to March because there was a belief that Dobson's foot would be able to heal naturally. Dobson first injured his foot during a Week 12 game against the Denver Broncos, missed three games, and then aggravated it during the season finale against the Buffalo Bills. He returned for the AFC title game against the Broncos but was limited to 21 snaps. Over 12 games during the regular season, Dobson caught 37 passes for 519 yards with four touchdowns. He is expected to play a major role in the passing game during his second season.

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Raiders Planning To Run The Ball Until The Defense Stops Them (7/9 12:56 PT)

The Facts: Whether it's rookie Derek Carr or veteran Matt Schaub at quarterback for the Raiders come Week 1, Oakland plans to lean heavily on its ground game. "We're gonna run the ball, run the ball, then run it again, until the defense stops us," OT Donald Penn told SiriusXM NFL Radio on Monday. Reported by NFL.com

Diehards Line: After beefing up Oakland's front five with the addition of Penn and guard Austin Howard, general manager Reggie McKenzie mined the open market to add running back Maurice Jones-Drew alongside the re-signed Darren McFadden. As NFL.com suggested, a healthy McFadden is the better of the two today, but MJD wasn't handed $7.5 million over three years to sit and watch. The Raiders plan to use both backs -- along with Marcel Reece, a favorite of owner Mark Davis -- to bang away at opponents on the ground. The question is whether either back will get enough done to be useful to fantasy football owners. We'll be watching for more clarity on the division of workload when training camp begins.

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Blake Bortles Says He'll Be Ready When Jags Are (7/9 12:55 PT)

The Facts: The Jaguars have been steadfastly clear with their intentions to shelter Bortles to start the 2014 season. While the rookie quarterback agrees with the decision to sit and learn behind Chad Henne, Bortles told NFL Media on Monday that he'd be ready if called upon early. "I think you have to have the mindset that you have to go out and compete every day," Bortles said. "You want to be the guy. In my situation, whenever my number is called I want to be ready to go and execute the offense just like Chad would. That's my goal, to make sure I'm prepared and ready and continuing to get better." Reported by NFL.com

Diehards Line: It would be a surprise, of course, if Bortles said something to the contrary. And as NFL.com pointed out, once the Jags exit the playoff picture, it will be harder for the coaching staff to keep the top quarterback drafted on the bench. Letting Bortles get his feet wet at the end of the season would vault him into the offseason program as he preps to take over the role as franchise savior in Year 2. However, if he's needed earlier in the season, the rookie plans to be ready.

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Cordarrelle Patterson Says He Will Be A Top-Five Playmaker (7/8 3:12 PT)

The Facts: Following up on the ongoing story. ... It's no secret Patterson is set to explode in his second season. The Minnesota Vikings plan to use the dynamic receiver all over the field and Greg Jennings said last month Patterson would be "showcased" in the team's offense. The second-year player wouldn't put himself on that top-shelf of pass-catchers, but admitted he's dynamic with the ball in his hands. "I'm going to be a top-five playmaker," Patterson said. "I'm a playmaker, I like to make plays. Like I tell them, just get the ball in my hands I feel like I'm special with it. I just like to do special things with the ball." Reported by NFL.com

Diehards Line: As NFL.com notes, that answer was dead on. Patterson scored nine touchdowns as a rookie: Four through the air, three rushing scores and took two kick returns to the house. Most of those scores were of the big-play variety. Patterson believes he can make a game-changing play every time he touches the ball. "You gotta have that mindset, you got to have that dog mindset," Patterson said. "Like my coach always tells me, they want Rottweilers and pit bulls, they don't want no Chihuahua, they want dawgs. ..." Fantasy football owners fall into that category. And even if we're a little leery of Patterson at his current ADP (WR13), there's no doubt that Patterson's ceiling is very high.

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Joique Bell Says Troublesome Knee Is 100 Percent (7/8 3:04 PT)

The Facts: Following up on the ongoing story. ... Bell hit an important milestone in his recovery from a knee injury, getting clearance to run at full speed two weeks after the conclusion of the team's mandatory mini-camp last month. On Tuesday, Bell said he'll report to training camp a few days before most of his teammates to test out his body. "I'm feeling 100 percent," Bell said. "I'm feeling great."  Reported by MLive.com

Diehards Line: Although he's been in attendance, the knee injury sidelined Bell for the early portions of Detroit's offseason program. That hasn't stopped him from staying in shape. He's been working out at Jay Glazer's Unbreakable Performance Center in West Hollywood, Calif., for a second consecutive offseason. "It's been great so far," Bell said. "They're really monitoring, as far as meal plan, cardio, explosiveness and stamina. We're working on a variety of different things, switching it up, doing MMA (training), working out just about every muscle in the body, which is very tiring. ..." Bell, 27, is coming off his most productive professional season. He gained 650 yards on the ground and added another 547 in the passing game, while scoring eight touchdowns. The Lions rewarded him with a three-year, $9.3 million contract. Heading into training camp, Bell's ADP (RB25) makes him a great value play.

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Further Evidence Rob Gronkowski On Track For Week 1 (7/8 12:19 PT)

The Facts: Following up on the ongoing story. ... At this point all signs point toward Gronkowski being ready to go in Week 1, but that’s really not the important part of the equation for the Patriots. Can he withstand the rigors of an NFL season and put his injury problems behind him? Reported by Patriots.com

Diehards Line: That's the question fantasy football owners are also asking -- but Gronk's current MyFantasyLeague.com ADP (TE2) suggests the level of concern is low. While reporting earlier this year suggested Gronkowski won't rush back this season, everything we've heard in recent weeks (including the above line from the team's official website) has been very positive. Gronkowski tore both his ACL and MCL in a game against the Cleveland Browns on Dec. 8. Surgery on the ACL was delayed until early January to allow time for the MCL to heal. The surgery gave him a 6½-month window to get ready for training camp -- and almost eight full months to get ready for Week 1. We'll be following this one closely.

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Turner: Vikings QBs Are A Strong Group (7/8 12:17 PT)

The Facts: The Vikings will hold one of the few legitimate QB competitions when they open training camp practices July 25. In advance of camp, OC Norv Turner spoke with KFAN-FM on Monday, praising his signal-calling corps of Matt Cassel, Teddy Bridgewater and Christian Ponder."We've got a really, really good group," he said, explaining that it won't be hard to parcel out snaps in the apparent three-headed battle," Turner said. "We get between 120 to 140 snaps during a training camp day and that is plenty enough time for all the guys to work a rotation and give them bigger reps and evaluate them." Reported by NFL.com

Diehards Line: Most local reports suggest Cassel will get the first shot at leading the Vikings. Turner praised Bridgewater's arm strength in April, and he reiterated Monday the rookie is ahead of where he anticipated. "I think that Matt Cassel has had an outstanding spring and is getting himself ready to really have a good year," Turner said. "And we know Teddy's been really, really impressive and a lot further along than I expected him to be." While Ponder is expected to be a detached caboose in the training-camp ride, Turner took the opportunity to praise the former first-round pick as well. ... As NFL.com suggested, the Vikings seem willing to give Bridgewater a shot to win the starting job, but it appears Turner will be happy with whoever earns the gig. It can't be worse than what he dealt with last year in Cleveland.

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Leonard Hankerson Still Working His Way Back From Knee Surgery (7/8 11:58 PT)

The Facts: Hankerson, who tore both the anterior cruciate and lateral collateral ligaments in his knee in Week 11 last season, missed the remainder of the season following surgery. The fourth-year pro out of Miami has spent the offseason rehabbing and has displayed consistent improvement. But at the conclusion of June’s mini-camp, Hankerson had yet to receive clearance to practice. It’s possible that Hankerson could open training camp on the physically unable to perform list. Reported by the Washington Post

Diehards Line: As Post staffer Mike Jones notes, after two up-and-down seasons marked by inconsistent play, Hankerson finally seemed to have turned the corner last season. He had replaced Josh Morgan as the starting wide receiver opposite Pierre Garcon, and found himself on pace to put up career numbers with 30 catches for 375 yards and three touchdowns through 10 games, including seven starts. If Hankerson, a third-round pick in 2011, can make a full recovery, he presents a unique skill set. At 6 feet 2 and 211 pounds, he’s one of the biggest wide receivers on the roster. Hankerson also has the ability to line up on the outside or in the slot. But Hankerson also will be returning to a receiving unit that’s now more crowded and significantly improved. This offseason, Washington added speedster DeSean Jackson and slot receiver Andre Roberts. So, as Jones summed up, "it is up in the air where Hankerson fits into the mix once and if he is able to return."

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Surprise: Brees Wants Jimmy Graham's Contract Situation Resolved Quickly (7/8 12:36 PT)

The Facts: Drew Brees told ESPN he wants Graham's contract situation to be resolved so he has time on the field with his star tight end before the Saints' season opens. "Jimmy's my guy," Brees said in a sit-down interview late last month. "I want what's best for him. I want what's best for the team. Certainly there's a way that everybody can be happy coming out of this deal. But it is part of the process, and I went through something similar to this two years ago, so I get it."  Reported by ESPN.com

Diehards Line: Brees said he's very confident that the sides will agree on an equitable, long-term deal that pays Graham what he deserves as the premier tight end in the NFL. "And I think you just hope that it's as amicable as possible and nothing is taken personal and it's just the business side of this thing sometimes, and hopefully it gets resolved sooner than later because I'd like to have some time with him before the season," he said. "But I'm very confident it will get resolved, he'll get a long-term deal, the one that he deserves, and we'll be able to move forward.' The Saints have eight days to accomplish that -- July 15 is the deadline for franchise players to sign multiyear contracts. Sources told ESPN they expect negotiations will extend right until the deadline, as was the case with Brees two years ago.

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Robert Griffin III To Work On Fundamentals In Advance Of Training Camp (7/8 12:30 PT)

The Facts: Griffin will work with quarterbacks coach Terry Shea next week. Griffin worked with Shea earlier this offseason for a week, but wanted another tune-up before training camp begins July 24. Reported by ESPN.com

Diehards Line: Shea, who also worked with Griffin to help him prepare for his rookie season, focused hard on Griffin’s fundamentals, including narrowing his base, getting his feet to turn with his body in the pocket and raising where Griffin held the ball -- at times last year he held it too low, leading to a wind-up throw. According to ESPN.com's John Keim, Griffin clearly has worked hard this offseason. He’s also said to have his explosion back. But Keim believes the real key for the QB is developing in the pocket. And it sounds like RG3 is willing to do what it takes in that regard. All in all, more positive news for fantasy football owners targeting Griffin.

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Tony Romo Claims He's Miles Ahead Of Last Year (7/8 12:25 PT)

The Facts: This is the second consecutive offseason in which Romo is rehabilitating from back surgery. His work in these sessions has been limited, but he wasn’t cleared to do anything in organized team activities or mini-camp last year. “Miles ahead of last year,’’ Romo said of his conditioning now compared to last June. “I don’t think they’re comparable. I think last year I was just starting around this point so this year I’ve had whatever months to kind of get myself into feeling like I can go." Reported by the Dallas Morning News

Diehards Line: Romo added: “Now it’s going to be more perfecting as opposed to just trying to hammer everything out in four weeks, three weeks. ..." For those interested, Romo also said he'll likely arrive in Southern California again this July ahead of the team to prepare. Bottom line, the news on Romo continues to lead us to believe fantasy football owners can expect him to be his usual self once Week 1 hits (meaning a great fantasy QB who frustrates Cowboys fans).

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