News: The NFL has suspended linebacker Lawrence Wilson of the Saints for one game for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune.
Analysis: Wilson is not promised a roster spot after the Saints picked him up in May. Keep him off of Fantasy rosters.
News: The Titans signed rookie fullback Collin Mooney, who will ask the Army for an early release. Mooney set a rushing record as a senior at Army in 2008, running for 1,339 yards. He graduated from West Point in 2009 and spent the past three years serving. Now he's hoping to try playing in the NFL. The Titans released fullback Will Ta'ufo'ou and linebacker Lawrence Wilson to clear roster space.
Analysis: None of these guys are expected to be worth owning in Fantasy play. Leave them all off of rosters.
News: The Panthers knew that their run defense stunk in 2010, so they brought in talent to help in 2011. Carolina spent two third-round picks on defensive tackles: USF's Terrell McClain and Stanford's Sione Fua. They also brought in West Virginia CB Brandon Hogan (Round 4) and UConn LB Lawrence Wilson (Round 6). They'll work with new defensive coordinator Sean McDermott and head coach Ron Rivera in the Panthers' 4-3 scheme.
Analysis: Believe it or not, Wilson is the only guy worth a look in Fantasy play this summer. McClain and Fua might make an impact with their teams but defensive tackles typically do not put up big stats. That goes double for Hogan, who will likely take on a reserve role. But Wilson should be able to compete for a starting role and was a major tackling machine for the Huskies. He's worth a gander late in dynasty/keeper leagues and rookie-only drafts. No other defenders from the Panthers draft class is worth a selection.