Description: Buccaneers tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins should be on the sleeper watch for next season.
Insight: New Buccaneers offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter praised the talent he has to work with on offense in Tampa Bay and included Seferian-Jenkins. Koetter worked with Tony Gonzalez in Atlanta for two years, so he definitely knows how to incorporate a big, pass-catching tight end. Seferian-Jenkins is 6-foot-5 and 262 pounds with blazing speed. For owners who love to take flier tight ends late in drafts, this might be the best guy to take next season.
Description: Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning plans to return for another season according to Denver Post\'s Woody Paige.
Insight: Paige is a well-respected Denver sports journalist and cites "three trustworthy sources" in his report. Paige says as long as Manning passes his annual spring physical, he will be back with the team in 2015 under new coordinator Gary Kubiak. That should make all fantasy owners happy.
Description: Blue Jackets goalie Sergei Bobrovsky will not attend the All-Star Game due to a lower-body injury he suffered Wednesday night.
Insight: Bobrovsky doesn\'t have a timetable to return. It would have been cool to see Bobrovsky in front of the home crowd in Columbus for the All-Star game, but he really doesn\'t have All-Star worthy numbers. He is 16-15-2 with a 2.85 GAA and .913 save percentage.
Description: Colorado left fielder Carlos Gonzalez (patella tendon surgery) has gotten the go-ahead to begin straight-line running, according to the Rockies\' site.
Insight: Gonzalez has been taking batting practice for about a month. Cargo doesn\'t appear to be as far along as teammate Troy Tulowitzki, but should be ready for Opening Day. He has never played more than 145 games in a season, so fantasy owners must take that into account when selecting him.
Description: Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki (hip) has started fielding practice this week, according to the team\'s site.
Insight: Tulowitzki was already taking hitting sessions. He\'s played 143 games or less in each of the last five seasons. In 91 games last year, the fantasy stud batted .340 with 21 homers, 52 RBI, 71 runs and a 1.035 OPS. He just has to stay healthy.