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  • 6/20, 7:09 pm
    • Mata'afa (knee) was waived on Wednesday,...

      Mata'afa (knee) was waived on Wednesday, Craig Peters of the Vikings' official site reports.

      Analysis: The undrafted free agent suffered a torn ACL during the Vikings' offseason program. He'll now shift his focus to rehabbing before he can even think about finding a new home elsewhere in the league.

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  • 6/20, 6:57 pm
    • Garoppolo has been building chemistry with...

      Garoppolo has been building chemistry with a healthy Pierre Garcon (neck) throughout the offseason, Keiana Martin of the 49ers' official website reports.

      Analysis: Flush with cap space, the 49ers passed on the likes of Sammy Watkins and Allen Robinson this offseason, instead locking in Garoppolo on a five-year, $137.5 million contract and signing RB Jerick McKinnon and G/C Weston Richburg. The team then used its first two draft picks on offensive players, selecting RT Mike McGlinchey at No. 9 overall and WR Dante Pettis at No. 44. While not the most exciting approach for fantasy purposes, it makes perfect sense if the team is confident in the continued development of Marquise Goodwin (back), Trent Taylor (back) and TE George Kittle. Garoppolo doesn't have the most exciting weapons, but it's a diverse group that should be vastly improved from what he worked with late last season. McKinnon is a huge upgrade on Carlos Hyde in the passing game, and Garcon is far more reliable than any of the players that took over his snaps in the second half of last year.

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  • 6/20, 6:36 pm
    • Garcon (neck) has been healthy all...

      Garcon (neck) has been healthy all spring, giving him plenty of time to build chemistry with Jimmy Garoppolo, Keiana Martin of the 49ers' official website reports.

      Analysis: Garcon suffered a non-displaced neck fracture Week 8 last season and missed the rest of the campaign. Marquise Goodwin (back) took advantage of the opportunity to emerge as San Francisco's No. 1 receiver, earning a three-year, $19.25 million extension in March. The 31-year-old Garcon is still locked in as the other starter, and it won't come as any surprise if he ends up leading the team in targets. He drew 67 in eight games last season, with Goodwin seeing 46 over the same stretch.

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  • 6/20, 6:28 pm
    • Mack (shoulder) didn't participate in June...

      Mack (shoulder) didn't participate in June minicamp, Andrew Walker of the Colts' official website reports.

      Analysis: Mack played through a torn labrum for most of his rookie season, then had surgery in the offseason. His absence from OTAs and minicamp was expected, with Colts general manager Chris Ballard saying in early May that the second-year back should be ready for training camp. Mack's availability for the start of camp doesn't seem like a sure thing, and any missed time could help Robert Turbin, Nyheim Hines and Jordan Wilkins push for significant roles. Mack is still the favorite for the lead job, but it's a situation that will require close monitoring in the coming months.

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  • 6/20, 6:23 pm
    • Freeman (knee) plans to participate in...

      Freeman (knee) plans to participate in Matt Ryan's off-site passing camp in July, William McFadden of the Falcons' official website reports.

      Analysis: Freeman played through MCL and PCL sprains during the playoffs and avoided offseason surgery, but he seems to have been limited to individual drills during OTAs and June minicamp. While he should be ready for the start of training camp, the 26-year-old comes with more risk than in past seasons, after suffering the aforementioned knee injury and a pair of concussions in 2017. Including the playoffs. Freeman handled 933 touches the past three seasons, with at least 266 each year. The Falcons could look to give Tevin Coleman a bit more work in the final season of his rookie contract, as they have a clear interest in keeping Freeman healthy for the long haul after signing him to a five-year, $41.25 million extension last summer.

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