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Michael Fabiano

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  • 9/2, 9:58 pm
    • Brown (knee) is healthy heading into...

      Brown (knee) is healthy heading into camp.

      Analysis: Brown is a year removed from a torn ACL and will be the team's starting free safety. He could be a good source of tackles and interceptions.

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  • 9/2, 9:48 pm
    • Landry has been named the Dolphins...

      Landry has been named the Dolphins number one kick and punt returner, according to the Miami Herald's Adam Beasley.

      Analysis: Landry won't start at wide receiver unless there is an injury to Mike Wallace or Brian Hartline but can still be useful to those fantasy owners who play in leagues that count return yardage.

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  • 9/2, 8:28 pm
    • Coleman signed with the Chiefs on...

      Coleman signed with the Chiefs on Wednesday, Randy Covitz of the Kansas City Star reports.

      Analysis: Coleman was expected to sign with the Chiefs on Tuesday, and did. He will reunite with his former Eagles coach Andy Reid in Kansas City, where he will add some experience to a young secondary. Coleman may also compete with Husain Abdullah for playing time alongside Eric Berry.

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  • Joe Mays LB-KC
    9/2, 8:21 pm
    • Mays (wrist) was placed on injured...

      Mays (wrist) was placed on injured reserve/designated-to-return Tuesday, Randy Covitz of the Kansas City Star reports.

      Analysis: Mays was expected to start at inside linebacker this season, but the latest injury will keep him out of that spot for at least a portion of the season. James-Michael Johnson and Josh Mauga are the likely beneficiaries of the playing time voided by Mays' injury.

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  • Wes Welker WR-DEN
    9/2, 7:21 pm
    • Despite a report from the Denver...

      Despite a report from the Denver Post on Tuesday stating that the Broncos are preparing as if Welker will play Week 1, the suspension for testing positive for amphetamines has been finalized and will take effect immediately, forcing him to miss the first four games of the season, ESPN's Adam Caplan reports.

      Analysis: The report from the Post's Mike Klis stated that the Broncos do not expect to be without Welker for the Week 1 matchup against Indianapolis, but as expected, there doesn't seem to be any validity to this stance by the team, as other reporters were quick to cite their own reports that shot down any notion that Welker would play Sunday. This is probably for the best, as Welker was still recovering from a concussion and should be able to return closer to full health following his suspension.

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