With the Summer Sleeper series at its conclusion and the preseason underway, it’s time to review what we’ve learned since the beginning of camp and take a closer look at position battles, emerging players or roster surprises. With that in mind, we’re going to fire up the DLF RV and go division-by-division with some news and notes. While we won’t mention every single player (we have our player news feed for important news), we’ll take some time to run down some important dynasty information for each team. If you have a question on a particular player, ask below and I’ll do my best to answer it as well. If you missed a previous report, just click on it below.
Dynasty Fantasy Football Training Camp Update: NFC East
Dynasty Fantasy Football Training Camp Update: NFC West
Dynasty Fantasy Football Training Camp Update: NFC North
Dynasty Fantasy Football Training Camp Update: NFC South
Dynasty Fantasy Football Training Camp Update: AFC North
Dynasty Fantasy Football Training Camp Update: AFC South
We continue with the AFC West.
The Broncos attempted to make it through a season with Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch but that failed miserably. They didn’t land Kirk Cousins or trade for a big name signal caller this off-season. Instead, they signed Case Keenum and are clearly hoping last year’s performance by Keenum in Minnesota was no fluke. With a relatively conservative investment (two years and $36 million), the Broncos will have plenty of time to evaluate Keenum and determine just how long he can lead the team. If he fails, his contract won’t sink the franchise. The backup job was supposed to go to Lynch, but Chad Kelly is outplaying him in camp and looks determined to make his mark in the NFL. Keenum is the starter and will have a very long leash. However, if something happens and he falters, don’t sleep on Kelly – he may just make Lynch expendable here in the next few weeks.
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