Which QBs are being taken too high, too low in fantasy drafts?

Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles broke out as a reliable, high-scoring fantasy weapon last season, doing so in his second NFL campaign and with modest preseason expectations. Sure, Bortles figured to improve from his underwhelming rookie statistics, but few were expecting him to end up among the top five of all fantasy quarterbacks. That was a major breakout and fantasy owners sure are interested in who is next to do the same. Well, that’s why we’re here, to not only tell you whom to avoid, but whom to expect big things from.

For their part, the Vikings know the first games at their new home won’t come without some headaches, and they’re urging fans to be patient and sensible during the first games at the stadium. Once fans are within range of the stadium’s wi-fi network on Sundays, they can get push notifications on their phones from the Vikings’ app about gates with shorter wait times, as well as help finding concessions and merchandise. The team is also introducing a sports bar outside the stadium, called the Longhouse, which will be open 2 1/2 hours before and two hours after games. A game ticket is not required for admission. That, the Vikings hope, will give fans another option should they choose to arrive outside of peak travel times. It’s probably best to remember, though, that while it opens for football this weekend, U.S. Bank Stadium will go through its share of modifications in the next year or two as it becomes evident what works best for fans.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady might be having trouble getting on the field, but he’s having no problem selling products.

On Monday, Brady launched a line of snacks — 12 1.4-ounce packages of organic fruit and nut combinations sold in a box — for $50.

Who knows how many the folks at TB12 made, but by Tuesday afternoon, they had already sold out.

This is familiar territory for Brady, whose site put out a nutrition manual, which has 89 of the quarterback’s favorite recipes — one is sweet potato gnocchi with escarole — for $200.

Despite fans grilling the price, the manual sold out in days and is on backorder for next month.

Pete Carroll praises Macklemore for picking Air Monarchs over “Chef Curry” shoes

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll has become an unofficial spokesman for Nike’s Air Monarch IV shoes over the years, refusing to switch up his footwear despite numerous attempts from his players and equipment staff.

Bill Belichick mumbles great response to QB question

Let’s get one thing straight: Even if Jimmy Garoppolo throws for 2,000 yards, 20 touchdowns with a perfect passer rating in his four starts, Tom Brady will be under center Week 5 against the Cleveland Browns.

Jake Long doesn’t sign injury waiver, won’t join Ravens

Jake Long will not join the Baltimore Ravens.

After speaking with general manager Tom Telesco on Friday, Wyche was left with the belief that this staredown will not end until Bosa tells his agent that it’s time to play football.

Here’s what else we learned from Friday’s action in training camps around the league:

The dotted line

1. Andre Johnson’s AFC South odyssey now includes Nashville. The Titans signed the 35-year-old receiver ostensibly to set a professional example for the young players, including enigmatic wideout Dorial Green-Beckham. With DGB, Kendall Wright, Rishard Matthews and rookie Tajae Sharpe ticketed for the Week 1 roster, Johnson could be competing with Harry Douglas and Justin Hunter for the final spot at wide receiver.

2. Darius Slay might not be a household name, but he emerged as a Pro Bowl-caliber cornerback in 2015. Now the fourth-year star is paid like it. Slay inked a four-year, $48 million deal with $23.1 million guaranteed. He and Ziggy Ansah are Detroit’s building blocks on defense.

3. In the span of three months, Darren Sproles has gone from trade candidate to roster mainstay in Philadelphia. The Eagles signed the 33-year-old to a one-year, $4 million extension that will keep the passing-down specialist and kick returner onboard through the 2017 season.

Now that Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Jets have found common ground, the Chargers’ contract stalemate with first-round draft pick Joey Bosa looms as the tedious business story threatens to overshadow the on-field show in training camp.

Standing firm on upfront bonus money and offset contract language, Bosa did not report with his teammates Friday, per NFL Media’s Steve Wyche.

Bosa is pushing for all of his bonus money to be paid in full, per Wyche, while the team insists on paying in two installments.

The Bolts want to be consistent about how they do business. They are loath to set a precedent, not only in San Diego but also for the rest of the league.

In the meantime, both sides are entrenching.