San Francisco signed injured defensive tackle Glenn Dorsey to a two-year contract extension on Wednesday, and now they are reportedly setting their sights on locking up Michael Crabtree.
Not surprisingly, Trent Richardson is slipping in fantasy drafts after a very disappointing first season in Indianapolis. Right now, the former No. 3 overall pick in 2012 is falling to the mid 50s in ESPN leagues. Is that a range where the 23-year-old may be a value, or is it still too high for a player who averaged just 2.9 yards per carry last season and hasn't looked like the same guy since entering the NFL?

Here's the latest out of Indianapolis.

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Can Barner flourish under Kelly? 

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There's a reason Philadelphia only had to give up a conditional seventh-round draft pick to acquire Kenjon Barner from Carolina -- the former Oregon standout had shown very little since being taken in the sixth round in 2013.

That being said, there's also a reason why Barner could flourish on the Eagles -- he'll be reunited with his college coach, Chip Kelly. Will Barner be able to rediscover the success he had under Kelly as a member of the Ducks?

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Stephen Hill losing No. 2 receiver job? 

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After two quiet seasons, this was supposed to be the year that Stephen Hill figured things out and became the receiver the New York Jets expected him to be when they selected him 43rd overall in 2012. But that already is looking like a longshot.

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Big season ahead for Torrey Smith? 

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Torrey Smith hauled in 65 catches for 1,128 yards and four touchdowns last season, but with a quarterback like Joe Flacco and a new offensive coordinator, the feeling around Baltimore is that the former second-round pick is capable of more in 2014.

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Can RG III's body hold up? 

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Although Johnny Manziel and Brian Hoyer stole the headlines Monday night, Robert Griffin III also had much to prove and failed to do so. The biggest issue for him remains his inability to avoid getting hit.

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Any clarity in Browns' QB battle? 

August, 19, 2014
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The Cleveland Browns had been waiting for either Brian Hoyer or Johnny Manziel to step up and take hold of the starting quarterback job. The scene was set perfectly for one of them to do so Monday night, but instead both quarterbacks stepped backward, leaving the "competition" more murky than ever.

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When the Pittsburgh Steelers drafted Martavis Bryant in the fourth round, they surely had visions of developing his combination of size (6-foot-4, 220-pound) and speed (4.42 40) into a legitimate deep threat.

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Will Bears have RT Mills for opener? 

August, 19, 2014
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Recovering from a January surgery which repaired a fractured metatarsal in his foot, Chicago Bears RT Jordan Mills has not taken part in any preseason action. He tweaked his foot a couple of weeks ago and has been wearing a protective boot, but he shed that on Monday.

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Latest buzz on D.J. Hayden's foot 

August, 19, 2014
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The Oakland Raiders have been working without second-year cornerback D.J. Hayden throughout training camp as he works his way back from foot surgery. The 12th overall pick last season, Hayden was able to do some stuff on the field during Monday's workout, but it sounds like he still has a long way to go in his rehab.

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Fleshing out Rams WR corps 

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The St. Louis Rams WR corps is a work in progress. Kenny Britt and Brian Quick have shot up the depth chart, Chris Givens has dropped down the chart, Tavon Austin had a quiet camp, and Stedman Bailey will miss the first four regular-season games due to a suspension.

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On average, LeSean McCoy is the second player off the board in ESPN fantasy football leagues this year. Considering that he's stepping into his prime at 26 and racked up huge numbers in Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly's offense last year, that's no surprise. The only real risk is his health. He missed four games in 2012 and touched the rock 366 times in 2013.

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Weight loss a plus for TE Rudolph? 

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Already a talented pass-catcher, Kyle Rudolph got a significant bump in statistical potential during the offseason when TE-whisperer Norv Turner joined the Minnesota Vikings as their offensive coordinator.

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Will Hoyer hold off Manziel? 

August, 18, 2014
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The Monday Night Football battle between the Cleveland Browns and Washington Redskins pales in comparison to the intra-squad battle that will take place between incumbent starting QB Brian Hoyer and rookie QB Johnny Manziel.

Neither has flopped or excelled enough to create a significant gap in the competition, so their performances tonight will matter a lot. Who will come out on top for Week 1?

"Before camp started, I predicted Hoyer would hold off Manziel and start Week 1," wrote Nate Urlich of the Akron Beacon Journal. "I still believe he will as long as he doesn’t choke at the finish line with Johnny Football on his heels."

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Eric Fisher a growing concern as LT? 

August, 18, 2014
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Things didn't work out for Eric Fisher last season. The No. 1 overall pick in the 2013 draft was the Kansas City Chiefs' starting right tackle, but Pro Football Focus graded him out as the 143rd-best tackle in the NFL.

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