Cameron Meredith
Bears' Cameron Meredith: Practicing Wednesday
Cameron Meredith, WR, CHI
11:01 AM
News: Meredith (thumb) is on the field for the Bears first practice of training camp Wednesday, Jeff Dickerson of ESPN.com reports.

After injuring a ligament in his thumb earlier in the offseason, Meredith was able to recover in time to find himself on the field for the start of training camp. He'll look to follow up his breakout campaign on 2016 when he caught 66 passes for 888 yards and four touchdowns, and with Alshon Jeffery now in Philadelphia, he certainly could become the Bears top option in the passing game. He's a player who's flying under the radar in many fantasy drafts, but he has the potential to finish as a top-24 option at wide receiver, especially in leagues that award a point per reception.

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Markus Wheaton
Bears' Markus Wheaton: Participating in training camp
Markus Wheaton, WR, CHI
10:55 AM
News: Wheaton (shoulder) is on the field for Wednesday's practice session, Jeff Dickerson of ESPN.com reports.

This isn't a big surprise, as news regarding his recovery had been positive throughout the off-season, and Wheaton will be competing for an opportunity to be in the starting lineup. With Cameron Meredith and Kevin White ahead of Wheaton on the depth chart, Wheaton is most likely competing to be on the field when the team goes to sets with three receivers. Since the Bears are expected to have a run-heavy offense, a role as a third receiver would likely have sporadic fantasy value.

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Corey Coleman
Browns' Corey Coleman: Cleared for camp
Corey Coleman, WR, CLE
10:54 AM
News: Coleman (shoulder/hamstring) relayed Thursday that he's been cleared by the Browns' athletic trainers, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.

The 2016 first-rounder added that he'll be able practice in training camp, but acknowledged that he'll ease his way back into things. Assuming no setbacks in doing so, Coleman and newcomer Kenny Britt are slated to serve as the Browns' top wideout targets for whichever signal-caller earns the team's starting job. In 10 games last season, the 5-foot-11, 185-pounder logged 33 catches for 413 yards and three TDs. Quickness and athleticism are Coleman's calling cards, and as long as he can remain healthy, the 23-year-old appears poised to make a fantasy splash in 2017.

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Jarvis Landry
Dolphins' Jarvis Landry: Reports for start of camp
Jarvis Landry, WR, MIA
8:06 AM
News: Landry is on the field Thursday for the first day of Dolphins training camp, The Miami Herald's Armando Salguero reports.

Entering the final year of his rookie contract, Landry hopes to sign an extension without using a holdout as leverage. His agent said in June that any contract talks will have to take place before Week 1, as the 24-year-old receiver doesn't want to be distracted once the regular season begins.

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Josh Huff
Buccaneers' Josh Huff: DUI citation dismissed on eve of camp
Josh Huff, WR, TB
7/26/2017
News: Huff had a DUI citation issued in a November 2016 arrest dismissed Tuesday, Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

Huff had been cited for suspicion of being under the influence of marijuana, as well as with unlawful possession of a weapon, when he was stopped for speeding in New Jersey last November as a member of the Eagles. The 25-year-old receiver had already entered into a pretrial diversion program for the weapons charges, which will be dropped if Huff successfully completes a six-month probationary period without incident. However, the drug-related offense was still an issue until Tuesday's developments, which also involved Huff pleading guilty to the speeding citation. The incident cost the speedster his job with Philadelphia and led to his eventual arrival in Tampa, and as per Auman, Huff will have a chance to compete for a job as both a No. 5 receiver and returner in training camp.

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DeAndre Hopkins
Texans' DeAndre Hopkins: Establishing rapport with Savage
DeAndre Hopkins, WR, HOU
7/26/2017
News: Hopkins noted after Wednesday's practice that he and quarterback Tom Savage made several successful on-field connections during the day, John Harris of the Texans' official site reports.

The two hooked up on a nice back-shoulder pass with Hopkins adjusting to make the catch, as evidence of their rapport. Hopkins will be an important part of the offense this season, but we suspect the preferred plan will be to run the ball more than pass. Particularly with an inexperienced quarterback at the helm, whether that be Savage or rookie Deshaun Watson.

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Devin Street
Devin Street: Waived by Jets
Devin Street, WR, NYJ
7/26/2017
News: Street was waived by the Jets on Wednesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.

The move was made in order to make room on the roster for Lucky Whitehead, who had been recently (and controversially) waived by the Cowboys. Street has bounced around the AFC this offseason, being on the roster of the Colts, Patriots and Jets all within the span of a month. He will presumably clear waivers and look to land an opportunity with another team.

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Michael Campanaro
Ravens' Michael Campanaro: Close to returning
Michael Campanaro, WR, BAL
7/26/2017
News: Campanaro (toe) is close to returning, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.

Although Campanaro is opening training camp on the PUP list due to a sprained toe he suffered in OTAs, it doesn't sound as if it'll be much longer until he's able to join his team on the field. However, it isn't clear if he'll be fully ready in time for the first game of the preseason on Aug. 10 against the Redskins.

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Charles Johnson
Panthers' Charles Johnson: Heads to IR
Charles Johnson, WR, CAR
7/26/2017
News: Johnson (knee) reverted to the Panthers' injured reserve list Wednesday.

Johnson was waived Tuesday after undergoing surgery on his right knee, according to Max Henson of the team's official site. He'll need to either agree to an injury settlement or be one of the two players the Panthers activate off IR in order to have a chance at playing in 2017.

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Kendal Thompson
Redskins' Kendal Thompson: Placed on PUP list
Kendal Thompson, WR, WAS
7/26/2017
News: Thompson (leg) was placed on the physically unable to perform list, Stephen Czarda of the Redskins' official site reports.

Thompson failed to participate in any offseason team activities due to the undisclosed leg injury and will now miss the beginning of training camp as well. While he is still able to attend team meetings and receive treatment, the 25-year-old will have to receive clearance before he can practice with the team again. The injury continues to diminish Thompson's chances of locking down a spot on the 53-man roster, given the level of competition at wideout in Washington.

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