Freeman is the final back who has a realistic path to workhorse status as a rookie.

Like Chubb and Johnson, Guice has little, if any, receiving upside. Chris Thompson is one of the best receiving backs in the league, and Jay Gruden loves him in that role. Unlike Chubb and Johnson, Guice has a real opportunity to lead his team in carries. Samaje Perine and Rob Kelley are unlikely to stand in the rookie’s way, meaning a strong camp and preseason could make him the clear No. 1 back in Washington by the end of the summer. Over Guice’s final two seasons at LSU, he totaled 2,638 rushing yards, 447 receiving yards and 29 touchdowns in 24 games. The ceiling here rivals Penny’s in Seattle, and the floor is a bit higher, given the lack of competition on the ground for Guice in Washington. He may have been the seventh back off the board in the actual draft, but he’s second among rookie backs in ADP, trailing only Barkley. You’ll need to use no worse than a third- or fourth-round pick to get Guice, but the potential payoff is massive.
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Hines begins the summer with some appeal in deeper fantasy leagues for three primary reasons. First, the only back ahead of him on the Colts’ depth chart is Marlon Mack. While Mack showed some promise last year, he’s not close to a sure thing. Second, if Andrew Luck is finally healthy, this offense could take off in a big way. Whoever is alongside Luck netting the most touches out of the backfield would be a weekly flex consideration, at worst. Finally, Hines was great in his final season at N.C. State, rushing for 1,113 yards and 12 touchdowns on 197 carries. A converted receiver, he caught 89 passes for 933 yards during his time with the Wolfpack, and figures to be an adept pass-catcher Authentic Ryan Getzlaf Jersey out of the backfield in the NFL. With an ADP in the middle of the 12th round, he’s an ideal Joel Armia Youth Jersey late-round dart throw.

Winston, who is heading into the final year of his four-year rookie contract with the Bucs, has informed league offices that he accepted his discipline and will not be appealing.

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After a stellar career as an NFL receiver, he was a ubiquitous TV sportscaster in the 1990s, often trading on his access as a friend to the stars. But while many of his relationships endure, it’s his famous daughter who puts the Rashad name on marquees today.

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