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  • 6/22, 6:32 am
    • Cowboys running backs coach Gary Brown...

      Cowboys running backs coach Gary Brown expects Elliott to catch more passes this season, Jon Machota of The Dallas Morning News reports.

      Analysis: Elliott easily led the league in carries (322) and rushing yards (1,631) as a rookie, but he only ranked 31st among running backs in targets (40), despite finishing third in yards per target (9.1) among the 50 backs that drew more than 25 looks. While he often stayed on the field for passing downs, the Cowboys simply didn't rely on their backfield much for pass-catching duties, with running backs accounting for only 79 of the team's 483 targets (16.4 percent). That share likely will rise closer to the league average of 18-20 percent, and with Lance Dunbar no longer on the roster, Elliott unquestionably is the Cowboys' best option for passing downs. While still unlikely to match the kind of receiving workloads David Johnson and Le'Veon Bell handle, Elliott should push to finish among the top 10 at his position in both carries and targets.

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  • 6/22, 5:50 am
    • The Colts likely will use more...

      The Colts likely will use more of a committee approach in the backfield this season, giving Turbin a heavier workload than last season's 47 carries and 35 targets, Mike Chappell of CBS 4 Indianapolis reports.

      Analysis: Turbin only produced 3.5 yards per carry and 5.1 yards per target last season, but he found the end zone on eight of his 73 touches, including three of his his four carries from inside the 5-yard line and seven of his 14 from inside the 10. Fourth-round rookie Marlon Mack may be the flashier option to alleviate some of 34-year-old Frank Gore's workload, but Turbin's strong work in the red zone and as a pass blocker makes him the better bet to handle a significant snap count in Week 1. Turbin still doesn't offer much upside, as he failed to produce a 20-yard gain last season and has a long gain of just 26 yards on 328 career carries. He'd likely share playing time with Mack, and possibly Josh Ferguson, in the event of a Gore injury.

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  • 6/22, 12:30 am
    • Agholor has been the "standout star"...

      Agholor has been the "standout star" of spring practices, Dave Zangaro of CSN Philly reports.

      Analysis: Eagles receivers coach Mike Groh had nothing but high praise for the former first-round pick, citing Agholor's productive spring practices and versatility. The USC product took over first team reps in the slot while Jordan Matthews nursed a knee injury and continued to shine. While Agholor has disappointed in his NFL career thus far and is slated to be Philadelphia's fourth receiver behind Matthews, Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith, it is not as if the first two on that list are bastions of good health. The 24-year-old could still see plenty of playing time and a possible breakout if he can translate his spring production to the regular season.

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  • 6/21, 9:48 pm
    • The Broncos lost DeMarcus Ware to...

      The Broncos lost DeMarcus Ware to retirement in the offseason.

      Analysis: Eighth-placed on the all-time sack list (138.5), Ware's presence will certainly be missed. However, the future Hall-of-Famer had two years to mentor 2015 first-round OLB Shane Ray and leaves behind five-time All-Pro OLB Von Miller to boot. With Shaq Barrett rotating in behind them, the Broncos' pass rush remains in good hands. Expect an encore from a Denver unit that placed first in the sack department in 2015 (52) and third in 2016 (42).

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  • 6/21, 8:51 pm
    • The Cowboys drafted DE Taco Charlton...

      The Cowboys drafted DE Taco Charlton and DB Chidobe Awuzie with their first- and second-round picks, respectively, in the 2017 NFL Draft.

      Analysis: Dallas lost seven starters or key contributors from 2016, including safety Barry Church (Jaguars), CB Brandon Carr (Ravens) and DL Terrell McClain (Redskins). Awuzie, in addition to the signing of Nolan Carroll, should help fill the void in the secondary, but neither is expected to be a starter Week 1. Charlton, on the other hand, will be likely counted on for much more; the Cowboys' pass rush is arguably the defense's biggest question mark entering 2017. However, despite the fact that he upped his sack count in each subsequent year at Michigan, the Lone Star state should be praying that he only keeps improving. If Charlton isn't able to quickly acclimate to the professional game, and DeMarcus Lawrence (back) and Tyrone Crawford (shoulder) aren't able to return to their pre-injury form, the Cowboys could have a lot of trouble getting to the opposing quarterback.

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