Colts tight end Coby Fleener (concussion) returned to practice on Wednesday. He suffered the injury just three days ago, so it's somewhat hard to believe that he was able to return given the NFL's stringent concussion policy.
Fleener had a fairly quiet rookie season with the Colts, totaling 26 catches, 281 yards and two scores in his 12 games while Bruce Arians called the plays. The Colts leaned heavily on their wideouts last year and that could change this year with Fleener and Andrew Luck's old offensive coordinator at Stanford, Pep Hamilton, running the show.
Fantasy impact: He's turning heads in training camp with beat writers and coaches both singing his praises. Fleener has been running more routes than fellow tight end Dwayne Allen, so he'll offer a much greater upside. Fantasy owners would probably best be served to grab Jimmy Graham in the second round, or just wait until very late to take a TE in the last three or four rounds of drafts.