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  • 6/25, 7:36 pm
    • The Buccaneers signed DT Chris Baker...

      The Buccaneers signed DT Chris Baker to a three-year, $15.75 million contract in the offseason.

      Analysis: The Bucs had considerable trouble stopping the run in 2016, but Baker provides hope for a rebound in 2017. The 320-pound tackling machine churned out 100 tackles and 9.5 sacks the past two seasons in Washington and will slot in next to Gerald McCoy in the starting lineup. With Robert Ayers, William Gholston and Noah Spence rotating in at defensive end, the Bucs appear to be solid across the entire defensive line. If they can all stay healthy, the defense should have no problem regularly putting offenses into third-down situations, where the opposing team is then usually forced to throw into Tampa's sixth-ranked secondary.

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  • 6/25, 6:50 pm
    • The 49ers signed DE Elvis Dumervil...

      The 49ers signed DE Elvis Dumervil to a two-year contract in the offseason.

      Analysis: Perhaps surprising to some, the Niners didn't add a whole lot to a defense that surrendered the most rushing yards in team history -- and almost 400 yards more than the 31st-worst team in that category. Nonetheless, Dumervil is one of the pieces they did add. The veteran linebacker joins an extremely young defensive line that features San Francisco's first-round picks from each of the past three years, including 2017 first-rounder Soloman Thomas out of Stanford. If they all can stay healthy for an entire season, look for the Niners to be much stronger against the run this upcoming season.

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  • 6/25, 6:36 pm
    • Seahawks safety Earl Thomas (leg) should...

      Seahawks safety Earl Thomas (leg) should return to full health in advance of the 2017 season.

      Analysis: Thomas fractured his tibia in Week 13 of last season, and after that, the Seahawks defense wasn't the same. His replacement, Steven Terrell, performed so poorly he wasn't even offered a contract to come back in 2017. Fortunately, he won't be needed with Thomas back at 100 percent. In fact, the entire core of the defense should be back to full health as well, including each of Richard Sherman (knee), Cliff Avril (abdomen) and Kam Chancellor (ankle) after each underwent offseason surgery. Barring any sort of setback, the Seahawks D/ST still look to be firmly cemented in the upper echelon of fantasy defense options.

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  • 6/25, 6:04 pm
    • Steelers defensive end Cameron Heyward (pectoral)...

      Steelers defensive end Cameron Heyward (pectoral) is expected to return to full health by the start of the 2017 season.

      Analysis: Heyward has unofficially been the leader of the Steelers' defense since 2014 and having him healthy means there isn't really any glaring weakness in the starting roster. He, along with Stephon Tuitt and Javon Hargrave, will hold down the defensive line, while Bud Dupree, Ryan Shazier and Vince Williams represent one of the most intimidating linebacking units in the NFL. With 2016 first-rounder Artie Burns leading an ascending secondary that also includes 2016 second-rounder Sean Davis as well as veteran Mike Mitchell, the secondary is certainly in good shape, too. If anything, this defense should only improve after the addition T.J. Watt in the first round of the draft.

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  • 6/25, 5:38 pm
    • The Eagles spent their second- and...

      The Eagles spent their second- and third-round picks on cornerbacks in the 2017 NFL Draft.

      Analysis: In 2016, the Eagles defense quietly had a successful season in the first year under defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz. Despite a lackluster cornerback depth chart, Philadelphia limited opposing QBs to the fifth-lowest completion percentage and allowed the fifth-fewest first downs and eighth-fewest TDs. However, their greatest flaw was likely their penchant for giving up big plays; only the Raiders gave up more pass plays of 30-plus yards. Second-round pick Sidney Jones likely won't be able to play until October, at least, but pre-injury he was considered a top-10 pick and could be a star if he can return to his playmaking ways. Meanwhile, third-rounder Rasul Douglas should be available from day one. Together they'll join Patrick Robinson and Ron Brooks to form what looks to be an upgraded group from what we saw last season. With improved cornerback play, the Eagles D/ST could potentially evolve into an elite fantasy option.

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