Sam Shields DB GB 6 Days

Shields recorded 40 tackles (33 solo) and two interceptions over 14 games during the 2014 season.

Shields did not do as much in 2014 as he did the year before, but opposing offenses did not throw in his direction as often as they did previously. He earned his first Pro Bowl selection in 2014 and will head into next season as the Packers' top cornerback.

Tramon Williams DB GB 6 Days

Williams made 71 tackles (61 solo) and intercepted three passes over 16 games during the 2014 season.

Williams' production in the tackle and sack departments dipped in 2014, but he played in every game for the third straight season and held up well in pass coverage. A free agent this offseason, it remains to be seen if he will Green Bay after speding the last eight seasons there.

Vontaze Burfict LB CIN 6 Days

Burfict is reportedly recovering from microfracture surgery on his left knee, ESPN.com reports.

The report relays that Dr. Neal ElAttrache, the surgeon who performed the procedure on Burfict, is hopeful that the linebacker will be at full strength in advance of training camp. "I don't see any reason, if this thing heals like we want and we think it will, why he won't be back like he was," ElAttrache noted. "Microfracture has a bad connotation, but there are plenty of guys who have come back and been able to play like before. But it's not really news when it works out." When healthy, Burfict -- who was limited to five games in 2014 - is a top-notch IDP, having recorded a league-leading 171 tackles during the 2013 season.

Calais Campbell DL ARI 6 Days

Campbell will undergo surgery next week to repair a sports hernia that he played through after Week 13, USA Today's Tom Pelissero reports.

Campbell has played 13 or more games in each of his seven NFL seasons, but he seemingly deals with an injury or two every year. In 2014, it was the sports hernia and a sprained MCL, with the latter causing him to miss Weeks 6 and 7. Campbell still had another fantastic year, piling up 58 tackles (48 solo), seven sacks, an interception, a forced fumble and three passes defensed. He should be healthy by the start of training camp next season, and while the Cardinals have a rather unfavorable cap situation, Campbell doesn't figure to be one of the casualties.

Nick Folk K NYJ 7 Days

Folk scored 119 points in 2014, placing him 14th among NFL placekickers.

Folk led the league in field-goal attempts (39), and his 32 makes were third in the league. The other side of things: he only collected 23 extra points, as the Jets finished 31st in the league in touchdowns.

Zach Sudfeld TE NYJ 7 Days

Sudfeld had two catches for 44 yards in Week 17's victory at Miami, the most notable moment of his season.

Sudfeld only collected seven targets on the year, rarely playing on offense - but three of those opportunities came in the final two weeks. Maybe he'll be in line for a notable bump in time next season. though the Jets have a collection of tight ends.

Bilal Powell RB NYJ 7 Days

Powell saw limited use in 2014, rushing for 141 yards and adding 92 yards on 11 receptions.

Powell did average 4.3 yards on his 33 attempts, the third straight year he's been at 4.0 or better. He was the No. 3 back in a two-back rotation in 2014, and it's hard to see his role expanding next season.

Jeremy Kerley WR NYJ 7 Days

Kerley finished 2014 with 38 catches, 409 yards and one touchdown. He was targeted 75 times.

He lost about 40 percent of his fantasy value from the previous season, despite a similar number of targets. Kerley is a respectable No. 3 or No. 4 receiver, but he hasn't shown much upside during his four-year career.

Jeff Cumberland TE NYJ 7 Days

Cumberland finished 2014 with 23 catches for 247 yards. He was targeted 47 times.

Two of Cumberland's touchdowns came long after he was a fantasy write-off: Week 16 and 17. He's yet to top 400 yards in any of his five seasons, and now Jace Amaro is around to complicate things.

Jace Amaro TE NYJ 7 Days

Amaro finished his rookie year with 38 catches for 345 yards. He scored two touchdowns.

Opportunity was the biggest stumbling block for the rookie; his numbers don't look that bad when you consider the modest 53 targets he received. There's some deeper sleeper value for Amaro in 2015.