WR Dontrelle Inman will sign with Washington, according to multiple reports.
The 31-year-old Inman spent time last year with the Patriots, Chargers and Colts but rarely got on the field, catching a total of just 12 passes in 2019. In his best season, in 2016, Inman caught 58 passes for 810 yards.
Miami Dolphins receiver Preston Williams was the team’s most productive rookie last season — before suffering a season-ending knee injury in November — and appears to be in position to pick up where he left off.
Williams flashed a ton of talent and upside in the eight games he started as a rookie, catching 32 passes for 428 yards and three touchdowns before tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. He did not begin training camp on the physically-unable-to-perform list and has been training with his teammates during the early stages of this season’s workouts, the story said. There is concern Williams will need to learn the new playbook, but from a fantasy standpoint, he's a cheap option late in drafts.
The Lions are just two years removed from selecting Kerryon Johnson in the third round of the draft and one year past making him their "running back of the future." Finishing 21st in the league in rushing yards and 29th in rushing touchdowns forces a change in philosophy, which is part of the reason why the team took D'Andre Swift in the second round this year -- he was too good to pass up at No. 35 overall.
Based on Swift's draft selection and how productive he was at Georgia, it's expected he'll take over the role as primary ball carrier at some point.
We think Swift has three-down ability and agree that Swift is likely the lead back in what will at least be a committee to start the season. We rank Swift 27th in our PPR rankings at RB.