Recovering Wide Receivers Could Determine the Balance of Power in the NFC

June 9, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

For all the images, sound bytes, tweets, predictions and observations that emanate from minicamps this time of year about who "looks sharp," only two questions really matter: 
1. Who is healthy enough to play right now?
2. Who will be healthy enough to play in September if they are not healthy enough to play now?
Jordy Nelson, Kelvin Benjamin and Dez Bryant are star receivers coming off major injuries for teams with big playoff ambitions. The balance of NFC power pivots upon their health and ability to contribute in 2016.
Benjamin has been practicing during OTAs and is ready to be a nearly full participant at Panthers minicamp.
Nelson has been practicing sparingly during OTAs (and preparing to play a little softball) and is ready to be a limited participant at Packers minicamp.
Bryant has been mostly working out and watching during OTAs. His level of participation at Cowboys minicamp is to be determined.
It's good news, for the most part: no...

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