Seattle Seahawks RB Rashaad Penny signed his four-year rookie deal on Wednesday, May 16.
Huddle Up: Penny is someone to look out for in fantasy drafts, as it's very possible he earns a sizable role. It's certainly no guarantee, though, as he'll have plenty of competition from the likes of Chris Carson, C.J. Prosise, Mike Davis and J.D. McKissic. Even so, considering how the Seahawks' rush attack last year was such a mess, it wouldn't be a surprise to see Penny garner a meaningful workload in his rookie campaign.
Allen Robinson - WR - Chicago Bears
Chicago Bears WR Allen Robinson (knee) is ahead of the game and looking good as he continues to recover from a torn anterior cruciate ligament he suffered in Week 1 last year. Head coach Matt Nagy said the Bears feel good about Robinson's prognosis and that he won't need to be rushed back.
Huddle Up: Robinson is ready for a rebound season with a new team and a fresh start. He will immediately step in and serve as Mitch Trubisky's No. 1 target on an otherwise lackluster receiving corps. If Trubisky can improve and be consistent, Robinson has top 15 fantasy WR potential.
T.Y. Hilton - WR - Indianapolis Colts
Indianapolis Colts WR T.Y. Hilton has stood out so far in the offseason program and appears to be giving new head coach Frank Reich and the coaching staff his full effort.
Huddle Up: We already know Hilton is an elite wide receiver and will do his part for the Colts, but it's reassuring to know that he's on board with a new coaching staff. Hilton obviously isn't as productive without Andrew Luck, though. He's a WR1 with Luck and a WR2 without him.
John Ross - WR - Cincinnati Bengals
Cincinnati Bengals WR John Ross told the team's official website he 'couldn't ask to feel any better' than he does at the moment and suggested this is the best he's felt since his final year of college.
Huddle Up: Ross quickly became a forgotten man in the Bengals' offense as a pre-draft shoulder surgery kept him sidelined until training camp last season. He landed in the doghouse shortly thereafter following a fumble on his lone touch of 2017 ended up in a fumble. Last year's No. 9 overall pick could easily be a post-hype breakout player, as Brandon LaFell is really his only main competition for a starting job. Ross is well worth a late-round flyer this spring and summer.
Ryan Tannehill - QB - Miami Dolphins
Miami Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill (knee) will not be limited much if he is limited at all during organized team activities next week, according to sources. The coaching staff may choose to limit him more no matter what team doctors say, though.
Huddle Up: Tannehill seems geared for a productive offseason if his knee can handle it. Brock Osweiler and David Fales should see plenty of repetitions, too, in order to keep Tannehill fresh and to avoid aggravation. Tannehill's production isn't at a QB1 level when healthy, so draft him as a backup, per usual.
Deshaun Watson - QB - Houston Texans
Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson (knee) is "on schedule to participate in training camp," according to head coach Bill O'Brien.
Huddle Up: Watson suffered a serious knee injury about midway through his rookie campaign a year ago, but it looks like that won't limit him going into his second season. Owners should be viewing Watson as a potential QB1 after he logged 19 touchdowns compared to eight interceptions in his seven games (six starts), as evidenced by being the third quarterback drafted, per current ADP figures.