Despite head coach Dan Quinn saying Tevin Coleman (groin) would practice today, the running back did not participate.
The Falcons have nothing to play for and Coleman is likely a goner in free agency, so it is conceivable they just roll with Brian Hill to see if his eight carry, 115-yard outburst last week was a fluke. If he gets the nod, Hill would be a volume-based RB2.
Trey Quinn could be in for a big year as the starting slot receiver and No. 1 punt returner. He’s got big cleats to fill as he attempts to replace free agent departure Jamison Crowder, but Quinn, the final selection of the 2018 draft, elicited high praise from both head coach Jay Gruden and wide receivers coach Ike Hilliard for a strong spring performance.
Trey Quinn suffered a high-ankle sprain last September and spent the majority of his rookie season on IR. He's looking like the guy to man the slot in Washington this season and has already received high praise from coach Jay Gruden, as he stated "I'm ready to watch Trey Quinn jump in that slot role and dominate the position. I'm excited for him."
Quinn is someone to watch in training camp and could be a valuable late-round flier, especially in PPR formats.
I think Corey Davis is going to shine this season as a potential WR1. He pushed 1,000 yards last season even with tons of injuries all around him. He also had very little cover as the team’s primary target once Delanie Walker went down in the opener; teams could just focus on shutting him down.
With Delanie Walker back from injury and the addition of Adam Humphries and rookie A.J. Brown, things should open up for Corey Davis this season in Tennessee. However, despite having one of the largest target shares in the league, Davis ended as WR27 in 2018. If Marcus Mariota is indeed healthy he should sling the ball more in 2019, but until we see more from Davis, he is still projected to be WR31, with a mid-round price tag.
Ben Roethlisberger will spread things around more and he won’t force passes into double coverage as often. JuJu Smith-Schuster will be the prime target, but then he was last season as well. Tight end Vance McDonald may very well be the second-most productive receiver.
With Antonio Brown in Oakland, Ben Roethlisberger's field opens up a bit more, making way for new playmakers. Vance McDonald was already third in targets among Pittsburgh pass catchers last season with 72 and could see more volume in Brown's absence. His 4for4 ranking is currently as TE8 with a projected PPR point total of 151 on the season.