Last week saw the first round of minicamps come to a close. These mandatory practices are one of the first glimpses we get to see of how each team’s offseason additions and subtractions have paid off.
While these practices are without pads, this first glimpse can provide some valuable information in terms of which players are standing out, who needs additional work, and where we could see some depth chart shuffling. We’ll start team-by-team and find the key news and notes that we should take away for fantasy implications.
Let’s go around the horn starting with the AFC teams that just wrapped up minicamp.
Odell Beckham finally has a quarterback in Baker Mayfield that can throw to him with anticipation this year. The two routinely put on some brilliant plays when they were in unison, and Beckham showcased his athleticism adjusting to any off-target balls when they weren’t. Unfortunately, Beckham has just as many receivers fighting for targets as he did in New York. He is currently being drafted in the mid-second round as WR5.
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