After a rough start in rookie minicamp, sixth-round WR B.J. Cunningham reportedly "performed at a high level the rest of the way" in offseason practices. Despite setting Michigan State's receiving record, Cunningham dropped in the draft due to a 4.59 forty and questions about his ability to separate from NFL corners. If he follows his strong spring showing with a stellar training camp, Cunningham could climb a shallow depth chart to contribute in multi-wide sets.Rotoworld..........umm this is news to me I hadn't heard anything positive about Cunningham at all coming from OTA's. I really think that the people over at roto are just making shite up at this point which is disappointing b/c I like that site.