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  • 7/19, 6:50 pm
    • Paulsen is expected to fill in...

      Paulsen is expected to fill in for the recently-departed Levine Toilolo as a blocking tight end for the Falcons, D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

      Analysis: Paulsen is an overwhelming favorite to be the team's No. 2 option at tight end this season, with extensive experience in Kyle Shanahan-directed offenses. Although there are some new wrinkles to the offense with Steve Sarkisian now at the helm, the unit's overall approach has not been drastically altered from the Shanahan era of two years ago. Paulsen played under Shanahan in Washington between 2010 and 2013, and again reunited with the offensive guru last season in San Francisco. The seven-year veteran is a non-threat through the air, with 82 receptions in 105 games and fewer than 850 receiving yards for his career, but what he does offer is solid run blocking -- Paulsen has helped pave the way for four 1,000-yard rushers over his past five healthy seasons with the Redskins, Bears and 49ers (the only exception being Carlos Hyde's 2017 campaign, in which he compiled 938 yards on the ground).

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  • 7/19, 1:05 pm
    • Rogers (knee) suggested Wednesday on his...

      Rogers (knee) suggested Wednesday on his personal Twitter account that he's nearly recovered from a torn ACL and that he expects to sign with a team in the near future.

      Analysis: Rogers tore the ACL in his right knee during Pittsburgh's playoff loss to the Jaguars in January and underwent surgery immediately afterward. Though he's only six months removed from the procedure, it sounds as though he expects to receive full medical clearance from doctors in the coming days. Due to the severe nature of his injury and his underwhelming production with the Steelers in 2017 (18 receptions for 149 yards and a touchdown in 14 regular-season contests), Rogers will likely have to settle for a one-year, prove-it deal with little guaranteed money no matter where he ultimately lands.

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  • 7/19, 11:54 am
    • Andrews was not available for Thursday's...

      Andrews was not available for Thursday's practice due to a muscle-tissue injury.

      Analysis: Without a full diagnosis of the injury, it's difficult to estimate when Andrews will return to practice for the Ravens. At this point, it's best to consider him day-to-day until more information about his status is revealed. When healthy, the rookie tight end is expected to engage in a three-way battle with Nick Boyle and fellow rookie Hayden Hurst for playing time at tight end in 2018.

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  • 7/19, 10:24 am
    • Coach Matt Nagy indicated Thursday that...

      Coach Matt Nagy indicated Thursday that Robinson (ACL) will be fully healthy for the start of Chicago's training camp, Larry Mayer of the Bears' official site reports.

      Analysis: Robinson was a limited participant during OTAs as he continued to recover from a torn ACL suffered Week 1 last season. The additional recovery time appears to have been spent well, maximizing his opportunity to develop a rapport with second-year quarterback Mitchell Trubisky. Assuming he returns to form, Robinson should provide Trubisky with his best asset as a pass catcher since he took over under center last season, posting 2,283 receiving yards over 2015 and 2016 with a combined 20 touchdown grabs in the two campaigns.

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  • 7/19, 9:38 am
    • Smith (Achilles) was in uniform for...

      Smith (Achilles) was in uniform for the first day of training camp Thursday but is expected to be brought along slowly, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.

      Analysis: Smith was able to avoid the Ravens' Physically Unable to Perform list despite being just seven months past a significant Achilles injury. While he's expected to be eased back into the swing of things, it sounds like Smith is making significant progress in his recovery, which bodes well for his availability for the start of the regular season.

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