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  • J.J. Watt DL-HOU
    5/31, 1:35 pm
    • Watt (groin) remains sidelined at OTAs,...

      Watt (groin) remains sidelined at OTAs, the Houston Chronicle reports. "I feel really good," he said Tuesday. "As soon as I'm allowed, I'll be out there. You guys know me well enough now to know that it's not up to me. I think it will be soon."

      Analysis: The Texans are exercising caution as Watt proceeds through the latter stages of his recovery from offseason surgery to repair a number of torn core muscles. Tuesday marked just the fourth OTA of the team's offseason program, which will be followed up by mandatory minicamp from June 14-16. There's always the potential that the star pass rusher doesn't take the field until training camp, but considering his comments, he should be his usual force of nature once Week 1 arrives.

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  • 5/31, 1:17 pm
    • Dorsett (hamstring) took part in Tuesday's...

      Dorsett (hamstring) took part in Tuesday's OTA, Stephen Holder of the Indianapolis Star reports.

      Analysis: On the first day of Colts OTAs on May 17, Dorsett was removed from practice early due to a hamstring concern, which has forced his absence from the subsequent five sessions. Seemingly past the ailment following his involvement Tuesday, he'll look to finish off the third and final week of OTAs, as the team gears up for mandatory minicamp (June 7-9). The 2015 first round pick has so far been injury-prone in his brief career, a label that he'll attempt to brush off in his first full offseason.

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  • 5/31, 11:15 am
    • McFadden could become a trade candidate...

      McFadden could become a trade candidate by the end of the summer, ESPN.com reports.

      Analysis: The Cowboys probably wouldn't be comfortable trading McFadden at the moment, as receiving specialist Lance Dunbar (knee) is no lock to be ready for Week 1 and Alfred Morris isn't a real option for passing downs. However, the Cowboys might ultimately be comfortable with a backfield comprised of Ezekiel Elliott, Morris and Dunbar if the latter is indeed available by the beginning of the season. It's unclear if a trade would help or hurt McFadden's fantasy stock, as the top backup job in Dallas could make him a valuable handcuff for Elliott owners. All of this, of course, assumes that Elliott will put together a competent camp and claim the lead role, as expected. If the No. 4 overall selection appears surprisingly out of his element, McFadden won't be going anywhere.

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  • 5/31, 11:06 am
    • West figures to compete with Trent...

      West figures to compete with Trent Richardson and Lorenzo Taliaferro for what might only be one roster spot, the Baltimore Sun reports.

      Analysis: The competition may not even have a roster spot at the end of the line, as the Ravens typically carried just three running backs in recent seasons and it seems Justin Forsett, Javorius Allen and Kenneth Dixon are all locks for the final roster. Injuries might take a toll by the time the regular season rolls around, but it otherwise appears West will face an uphill battle even though he's reportedly in much better shape than in the past. The same is true of Richardson, who's been sidelined at OTAs with a hamstring injury after losing approximately 20 pounds since training camp last year.

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  • 5/31, 11:00 am
    • Campanaro (calf strain) should benefit from...

      Campanaro (calf strain) should benefit from his familiarity with Joe Flacco and ability to contribute in the return game, the Baltimore Sun reports.

      Analysis: A 2014 seventh-round selection, Campanaro has mostly impressed when healthy -- especially during the preseason -- but lower-body injuries have limited him to just eight regular-season games in two years. He admitted in January that 2016 will be a make-or-break season, as he could establish himself as a key slot target for Joe Flacco but might also find himself on the wrong end of the roster bubble. Campanaro isn't off to a great start, dealing with yet another soft-tissue injury in his lower body, this time a calf strain. Granted, the Ravens just began OTAs and won't open training camp for another two months, giving him more than enough time to make a full recovery. In addition to fighting for a role on offense, Campanaro figures to battle Kaelin Clay and rookie sixth-rounder Keenan Reynolds for work in the return game.

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