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Rhamondre Stevenson Placed On NFI List

New England Patriots rookie running back Rhamondre Stevenson (undisclosed) was placed on the active Non-Football Injury list on Wednesday, meaning that he is not cleared for practice ahead of training camp. However, Stevenson, who was drafted in the fourth round, can come off the NFI list at any time. Stevenson impressed as a pass-catcher during offseason workouts and has been compared to LeGarrette Blount because of his hard-charging running style at 227 pounds. Hopefully he’s not sitting out of practice for long, since rookies need all the learning and development they can get. The Oklahoma product is worth a dynasty stash in the later rounds, but it’s unlikely he’ll have a ton of redraft appeal in a crowded backfield that includes Damien Harris, Sony Michel, James White, J.J. Taylor and Brandon Bolden.

Source: ESPN Boston – Mike Reiss

A.J. Brown Will Be Ready For Training Camp

Tennessee Titans wide receiver A.J. Brown (knees), who missed organized team activities and minicamp this spring while working his way back from postseason surgery on

Can Quintez Cephus Take The Next Step?

Detroit Lions wide receiver Quintez Cephus will have a great opportunity this season to earn more playing time. Cephus had a bumpy rookie campaign last

Rams Defense Could Regress In 2021

The Los Angeles Rams defense was the best in fantasy football last season using standard-scoring methods, but they very well may take a step back

Tyler Higbee Primed For A Good Year

After spending his first five seasons splitting touches at the tight end position, Los Angeles Rams tight end Tyler Higbee is primed for a big

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