Beat writer Aaron Wilson didn't give us much information other than Keke Coutee is still out, but we're getting to a point where we won't see him in the preseason and his availability for Week 1 is coming into doubt. When healthy, Coutee is a useful fantasy player and likely startable in most PPR leagues, so hopefully, he gets back to practice sooner than later.
KeeSean Johnson may have had the best training camp of anyone on the Cardinals' roster, veteran or rookie alike. He's displayed a sharp route tree and great hands, both of which have made him an early favorite with the coaching staff."
The Arizona Cardinals just signed Michael Crabtree for some veteran receiver depth, but KeeSean Johnson doesn't appear to be a reason Arizona was seeking out receivers. Johnson looks to be firmly in the mix for work starting Week 1, especially in an offense that will use four-receiver formations often.
Running backs coach Stump Mitchell praised Nick Chubb, who was arguably the MVP of training camp.
“I think he’s going to be special like he was last year," said Mitchell. “He’ll be used a little more in the passing game than he was last year. Nick just continues to improve on the skillset that he has, and I think he has a fantastic skillset."
More passing game work for Nick Chubb would be a huge boost to his fantasy potential. Chubb only had 31 receptions in four years at Georgia and then 20 last season with Cleveland. He did barely play early on with Hue Jackson at the helm, and when he did take over as the lead back, he averaged two receptions per game, which would have given him 32 in a full starting role. If he can build on that now that Duke Johnson is gone, we could hope for 40-50 receptions, but Kareem Hunt will also become a factor after his suspension is up.