The news keeps getting better regarding Bills tight end Scott Chandler as he continues to progress in his rehab following ACL surgery. Chandler told the team's official website that he will be on the field for Day 1 of training camp, even if he needs a day off for every three or four practices. What concerns him most right now isn't just his knee; it's his conditioning.
"I'm just worried about getting my lungs in shape and my legs," Chandler said. "That's what the next month and a half is for. It's not vacation. It's nothing like that. I'm going to be working just as hard as I have been, and I'm going to be ready to go."
Chandler tore his left ACL in Week 16 last season, so for him to be at full strength about six or seven months after surgery is pretty amazing. However, Chandler carries little fantasy value. Even with the injury concerns surrounding Rob Gronkowski, and Aaron Hernandez being completely off the board, Chandler is a low-end TE2.