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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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  • 6/21, 8:35 pm
    • The Browns drafted Texas A&M DE...

      The Browns drafted Texas A&M DE Myles Garrett with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft.

      Analysis: The Browns are desperately trying to overhaul a defense that has perennially ranked among the league's worst. The addition of Garrett is a great start. Not only should the Texas A&M product help improve a run defense that allowed the second-most rushing yards in the league last season, but Garrett should instantly bolster a pass rush that accumulated only 26 sacks. Considering the secondary is now looking stacked after the signing of Jason McCourty from the Titans and the drafting of Jabrill Peppers -- also in the first round -- the entire Browns D/ST appears to be on the up and up ahead of the 2017 campaign.

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  • 6/21, 8:05 pm
    • The Bengals 2016 first-round pick, William...

      The Bengals 2016 first-round pick, William Jackson III, should be ready to play in 2017 after missing his entire rookie season with a pectoral injury.

      Analysis: With Adam Jones and Dre Kirkpatrick still around, the return of a healthy Jackson could take this group to the next level. The Houston product was one of the fastest players at his position in the 2016 NFL Combine and led the nation in passes defended during his final year of college ball. Ideally, he wouldn't need to be counted on to start from Week 1 since this is technically Jackson's rookie season and he's coming off a season-ending injury, but Jones' legal predicament could make it so. That is if the veteran is eventually slapped with a suspension. However, in any case, the Bengals D/ST should be just fine considering they allowed just 3,800 passing yards in 2016, good for 11th-best in the league, and return the majority of their starters from a season ago.

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