|Offense||30th||124.5 (7th)||167.2 (32nd)|
|Defense||11th||108.9 (14th)||216.6 (9th)|
A former top prospect, Liriano will join a new organization after hitting .256/.323/.416 with 17 home runs and seven steals in 123 games with the White Sox's Triple-A affiliate last season. Liriano's power is intriguing, but his speed has tailed off in recent years, and he has largely struggled to hit enough to profile as a big-league piece. He will serve as organizational outfield depth and will get a chance to make the team this spring as the fourth outfielder.
De Haan only has two points in his last 12 games for the Islanders.
De Haan has played in every game for the Isles this season and even with this slump is still on pace to set a career high in assists. He's generally used as a second pair defender by the Isles but it's fair to wonder if the lack of a consistent partner is hurting his goal scoring as he has only lit the lamp once so far this year.
Brown was unable to play in Sunday's victory over the Texans, and his status going forward looks up in the air. His availability at practice throughout the week should give us a better idea. Darrell Williams would presumably fill in at right tackle should the 24-year-old ultimately be unable to go.
DeValve played 43 percent (25 of 58) of the team's offensive snaps and caught two of three targets for 16 yards during Sunday's 27-21 loss to the Packers.
While DeValve and rookie tight end David Njoku usually split playing time, the former was actually out-snapped by blocking tight end Randall Telfer, as well. This could've been due to the game script and playcalling by coach Hue Jackson, but this is definitely something to keep an eye on going forward. The 24-year-old tight end has 28 receptions for 351 yards and a touchdown in his second year out of Princeton.
Humber has had three double-digit tackle games this season, but he misses three games due to minor thumb surgery and hasn't been the same player since returning. Milano, meanwhile, has far outkicked the coverage of his rookie fifth-round status, so the Bills will keep ceding more time to the younger player.