Rapoport said there is no major structural issues, though he’ll likely miss next week’s game. After that is the bye, and he’ll be reassessed, according to the tweet. Of course, outside of Terry McLaurin the WFT is hurting at the WR position. Samuel can't get on the field because of a hamstring issue, leaving Humphries as the team's WR2. Sims has been struggling with a groin injury.
The free agent signing is in danger of missing Week 1 against the Los Angeles Chargers and ceding work to rookie Dyami Brown and fellow free agent signee Adam Humphries. Samuel has dealt with injuries the entirety of his NFL career and continues to be a fantasy risk.
One more note: I'm not sensing any major concern over WFT FA addition WR Curtis Samuel, who's on PUP and COVID lists.
Brown has been a name to watch. The tweet said he's making plays, catching on quickly and his speed jumps out. As for Samuel, he's looking to get back on the field, but Kyed reminds us Samuel played in Scott Turner's system in Carolina and should be able to hit the ground running.