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Aug
10

Saints QB Winston day-to-day with bum foot

New Orleans Saints quarterback JAMEIS WINSTON is officially listed as day-to-day with a sprained right foot. Saints head coach Dennis Allen said that Winston would miss a few days of practiceMore and will not participate in Saturday’s preseason matchup with the Houston Texans. Allen added that the injury is not anything significant and that Winston’s status for the regular season remains the same. Less

Source: Team Blog

Aug
10

Cowboys kickers struggling in camp

Dallas Cowboys kickers JONATHAN GARIBAY and LIRIM HAJRULLAHU have been underwhelming thus far in training camp. To help remedy the situation, the Cowboys are bringing four more kickers into camp, includingMore BRETT MAHER, COLE MURPHY, MATT AMMENDOLA, and J.J. MOLSON. The Cowboys offense has the potential to yield a productive fantasy kicker, but it may be a few weeks before fantasy owners know who that kicker will be. Less

Source: Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Aug
10

Love to start Packers preseason opener

Green Bay Packers head coach Matt LaFleur confirmed that quarterback JORDAN LOVE will start the team’s preseason opener on Friday night against the San Francisco 49ers. AARON RODGERS, as expected, willMore not play in the opener. Love has earned praise from his head coach and teammates, with many noting an improved rhythm and decisiveness. Love is heading into his third season with the Packers. Less

Source: Team Blog

Aug
8

Raiders RB Jacobs not on the trade block

Trade rumors began circulating when the Las Vegas Raiders started running back JOSH JACOBS in last week’s Hall of Fame Game to begin the preseason. The starting status, unusually heavy usage,More and the new regime turning down Jacobs’ fifth-year option all raised questions about his future with the team. Raiders head coach Josh McDaniels explained after the game, however, that he wants his players – especially running backs – to take live hits that cannot be replicated in practice. Less

Source: NFL.com

Aug
8

Bears WR Harry suffers serious ankle injury

The Chicago Bears receiving corps took a hit over the weekend when wideout N’KEAL HARRY suffered what appears to be a serious ankle injury during a closed training camp practice. HarryMore is reportedly dealing with a severe high ankle sprain and awaiting further evaluation and hoping for the best. With a high ankle sprain, players are usually sidelined for six weeks. Stay tuned, fantasy owners. Less

Source: Team Blog

Aug
8

Browns RB Hunt returns to team drills, team declines trade request

Cleveland Browns running back KAREEM HUNT returned to practice on Sunday after a brief “hold-in” and a request for a trade. Hunt is heading into the final year of his currentMore deal but the Browns told him they would not consider a trade and they do no appear interested in reworking his deal. Instead, Hunt is set to make a base salary of $1.35 million this year with roster bonuses that can push the total value of the deal to $3.4 million. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Aug
8

Bucs WR Godwin returns to practice, WR Evans sits with sore hammy

Tampa Bay wide receiver CHRIS GODWIN returned to the practice field in full gear over the weekend for the first time since suffering a season ending knee injury in Week #15More of the 2021 season. Godwin wore a brace on his right knee and practiced lightly, but his return to the field in an encouraging sign. Meanwhile, fellow wide receiver MIKE EVANS is listed as day-to-day with a sore hamstring. The team is likely to proceed with caution regarding both wideouts this preseason. Less

Source: Team Blog

Aug
8

Ravens starters wont play in preseason opener

Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said that quarterback LAMAR JACKSON and tight end MARK ANDREWS (among others) will not play in Thursday’s preseason opener against the Tennessee Titans. Given theMore numerous injuries the Ravens suffered to key players during last year’s preseason, it should come as no surprise that the Ravens are proceeding with caution this preseason. It remains to be seen whether many of the Ravens starters will see any preseason playing time at all this year. Less

Source: Team Website

Aug
8

No major decisions coming soon on Panthers starting QB

Carolina Panthers head coach Matt Rhule is seemingly unaware that fantasy football drafts are just around the corner. Rhule said over the weekend that the team won’t make what he calledMore a “major decision” on any position, particularly between quarterbacks BAKER MAYFIELD and SAM DARNOLD, until after the August 19th preseason game at New England. Rhule added that he may still not decide even at that time if one signal caller hasn’t clearly separated from the other. Stay tuned, fantasy owners. Less

Source: ESPN.com

Aug
8

Browns WR Bell activated off PUP list

Cleveland Browns rookie third-round wide receiver DAVID BELL (foot) was activated over the weekend off the physically unable to perform (PUP) list. Bell’s timely return is crucial because the Browns areMore counting on him to play a big role this season, possibly even as the second wideout behind starter AMARI COOPER. Bell logged several offseason reps with Cleveland quarterback DESHAUN WATSON, although time will tell when Watson returns to the mix amid suspensions and appeals. Less

Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer

Aug
8

Seahawks QB Smith still leads competition

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said after practice late last week that veteran signal caller GENO SMITH still leads the quarterback competition over fellow quarterback DREW LOCK. Smith has theMore advantage of four years of experience with the Seahawks, including his second season in the system of offensive coordinator Shane Waldron. While the Seahawks will eventually move forward with one of these guys at quarterback, your fantasy team likely has better options. Less

Source: Seattle Times

Aug
8

Saints WR Thomas making good progress

New Orleans Saints wide receiver MICHAEL THOMAS participated in 11-on-11 drills over the weekend for the first time since the end of the 2020 NFL season. Saints head coach Dennis AllenMore said that Thomas was doing good and building confidence in the strength of his ankle. It’s still unknown if Thomas will play in the Saints’ first preseason game against the Houston Texans on August 13th. Less

Source: ESPN.com

Aug
8

Offense starting to click for rookie WR Moore

Kansas City rookie wide receiver SKYY MOORE said late last week that everything is becoming easier for him to grasp as he continues through training camp. The offensive scheme is complexMore in Kansas City, but Moore said that “it’s starting to click”, adding that his offseason throwing sessions with star quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES were “very beneficial”. With TYREEK HILL now in Miami, the “skyy” could be the limit for Moore heading into his rookie season. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Aug
5

Rams QB Stafford dealing with bum elbow

Los Angeles Rams veteran quarterback MATTHEW STAFFORD is reportedly dealing with bad tendonitis in his elbow, limiting his participation in some of the team training camp drills. Rams head coach SeanMore McVay, however, downplayed Stafford’s absence in team drills, saying rest is part of the plan. Backup quarterback JOHN WOLFORD will handle starting reps in Stafford’s absence, while fantasy owners monitor the situation in the weeks ahead. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Aug
5

Steelers WR Johnson agrees to new three-year deal

The Pittsburgh Steelers signed Pro Bowl wide receiver DIONTAE JOHNSON to a new three-year contract yesterday. Johnson is coming off a 2021 season where he set career highs in receptions (107),More yards (1,161) and touchdown receptions (8). Johnson was drafted by the Steelers in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft, the 66th player overall. Less

Source: Team Website

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