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  • 5/24, 12:27 pm
    • Ware (knee) did not participate in...

      Ware (knee) did not participate in Thursday's OTA session, Pete Sweeney of 610 Sports Radio reports.

      Analysis: Ware is expected to assist in diversifying Kareem Hunt's workload this season, but coach Andy Reid indicated in mid-April that he's unsure exactly when he will be ready to retake the field. The Chiefs bolstered the running back position this offseason with the signings of Damien Williams (shoulder), Charcandrick West and Darrel Williams, but Ware could emerge as the No. 2 back if he proves healthy in training camp.

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  • 5/24, 10:30 am
    • Meredith (knee) didn't participate in team...

      Meredith (knee) didn't participate in team drills Thursday, but coach Sean Payton said that the wideout is "way ahead of schedule," Josh Katzenstein of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.

      Analysis: Back in April, Payton said he hoped that Meredith, who is coming off tearing his ACL and MCL last year, would be able to return to the practice field for the team's mandatory minicamp. With Payton's current level of optimism, that seems like a real possibility. Expect another update on Meredith's status as minicamp draws closer, but it's likely the Saints will ease Drew Brees' new target into the swing of things ahead of the start of training camp.

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  • 5/24, 10:23 am
    • Williams will compete for one of...

      Williams will compete for one of 2-3 open spots on the wide receiver depth chart behind Larry Fitzgerald and 2018 second-round pick Christian Kirk this offseason, Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic reports.

      Analysis: A third-rounder in last year's draft, Williams remained on the 53-man roster for his entire rookie campaign but only made six appearances, all coinciding with John Brown DNPs. Brown and Jaron Brown have since moved on in free agency, leaving a likely 2018 receiving corps of Fitzgerald, Kirk, holdover J.J. Nelson, free-agent addition Brice Butler and Williams. Williams has great measurables, running a 4.43 40 at his pro day at 6-foot-1, 204 pounds, but was unable to put together consistent run as a rookie. With a year of experience under his belt, he has a great chance to carve out a role working with the accurate, but injury-prone, Sam Bradford or rookie Josh Rosen in his second season.

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  • 5/24, 10:15 am
    • Jordan (foot) was sidelined for team...

      Jordan (foot) was sidelined for team drills during OTAs on Thursday, Josh Katzenstein of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.

      Analysis: It's unclear exactly how much individual work Jordan may have been able to put in Thursday, but it looks like the Saints are easing the defensive end back onto the field after he underwent minor foot surgery back in February. There hasn't been much concern surrounding Jordan's health since the surgery, however, and there isn't much of a reason to rush him back onto the practice field. Expect another update on Jordan's status to come during the team's mandatory minicamp in June.

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  • 5/24, 9:30 am
    • Britt was the receiver "who stood...

      Britt was the receiver "who stood out most" during Tuesday's OTA session, ESPN's Mike Reiss reports.

      Analysis: The 6-foot-3, 223-pounder is looking to get back on track after a rough 2017 campaign in which he was limited to 20 catches for 256 yards and two TDs in 12 games (including nine with the Browns). The 10-year pro is currently flying under the radar in fantasy circles, but Reiss noted that Britt was running well Tuesday and if the 29-year-old can develop a good rapport with QB Tom Brady, there's bounce-back potential here.

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