Odell Beckham - WR - New York Giants
New York Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. could still consider a holdout if he does not receive a new contract, according to sources in Beckham's camp. Beckham has said he plans to report to training camp on time.
Huddle Up: Owners will need to keep an eye on the situation to see if any progress is made between Beckham and the Giants. He is a No. 1 fantasy receiver when he is on the field and will be selected in one of the first few rounds of drafts.
Julio Jones - WR - Atlanta Falcons
Atlanta Falcons WR Julio Jones is expected to be joining his teammates for QB Matt Ryan's annual passing camp that he will be holding in July. 'There's probably about 12 (Falcons players) that are going to get together,' Ryan said. 'And (Jones) will certainly be a part of that.'
Huddle Up: Jones skipped minicamp but it looks like he'll be part of this effort when Atlanta's offensive players get together. He's seeking an adjusted contract but it shouldn't prevent the star wide-out from being ready for Week 1 of the upcoming season. As usual, he'll be a WR1 entering the new campaign. Despite posting only three scores last year, Jones still put up 1,444 yards on 88 catches. The touchdowns figure to spike up.
Eric Decker - WR - Tennessee Titans
Free-agent WR Eric Decker (Titans) said he would love to play for the New England Patriots, adding that he talked to the Patriots last offseason during free agency before signing with the Tennessee Titans.
Huddle Up: Decker has lost a step at 31 years old, but he's still one of the best remaining wide receivers without a team. The Patriots lost Danny Amendola and will be without Julian Edelman for four games, so this connection could make some sense. For now, though, Decker is undraftable.
Adam Vinatieri - PK - Indianapolis Colts
Indianapolis Colts PK Adam Vinatieri said he loves football as much today as he did when he first started playing. The 45-year-old veteran added that he won't be retiring anytime soon as he looks to become the NFL's all-time leading scorer.
Huddle Up: Vinatieri is arguably the greatest kicker in NFL history and holds his own in the fantasy realm, too. He'll have even more value if/when Andrew Luck returns, but for now he can be viewed as a high-end backup fantasy kicker.
Baltimore Ravens TE Hayden Hurst singed his four-year rookie deal Tuesday, June 19. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Huddle Up: Hurst should immediately be given a sizable role in Baltimore's offense as he aims to be the Ravens next Todd Heap. That being said, rookie tight ends are notorious for disappointing in their inaugural seasons. Draft Hurst as a backup in redraft leagues.