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Ask the Experts: How do you handle players coming off injury?

ASK THE EXPERTS appears weekly from training camp through the Super Bowl with answers to a new question being posted Thursday morning. How the guest experts responded when we asked them: What is your strategy for handling players returning from injury?  more »

Dynasty Leagues: Dynasty receivers

Jameson Williams is back, with his suspension shortened by two games. Are the Lions getting a top-level playmaker? Or is he more likely to be an erratic deep threat?   more »


Mailbag: August 24, 2023

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition. Fantasy Index's artificially inflateIan d grade on Jameson Williams. Players who'll break out in 2024. Home-field advantage for kickers. And more. more »



Lions WR Williams out for remainder of preseason

Detroit Lions head coach Dan Campbell said the hamstring injury that wide receiver JAMESON WILLIAMS suffered during Wednesday’s practice will keep the young wideout sidelined for the remainder of the preseason.More With Williams set to serve a six-game suspension to start the season, Lions fans and fantasy owners will not see him on the field again until Week #7 of the regular season. Campbell also said that fellow wide receiver AMON-RA ST. BROWN, who was also injured in Wednesday’s practice, should be able to return to the practice field sometime next week before the final preseason game against the Carolina Panthers. Less

Source: Team Website


Lions WRs St. Brown, Willams leave practice with leg issues

Detroit Lions wide receivers AMON-RA ST. BROWN and JAMESON WILLIAMS were both injured during Wednesday’s joint practice with the Jacksonville Jaguars, and both did not return to action. St. Brown injuredMore his right ankle but was able to jog around after it was taped, seemingly not too bothered by the injury. Williams pulled up on a deep route and grabbed the back of his leg. He was able to walk inside the facility under his own power, so hopefully neither injury is too serious. Stay tuned, fantasy owners. Less

Source: Team Blog

Mailbag: August 9, 2023

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition. Why it's best to zig when others zag on Isiah Pacheco. Most underrated players on the Fantasy Index draft board. Does a light suspension make Kamara an elite back again? And more. more »



Lions RT Sewell out with concussion, WR Williams returns

Detroit Lions right tackle PENEI SEWELL is in the concussion protocol and likely will not return to practice until at least Wednesday under the NFL’s concussion guidelines. Head coach Dan CampbellMore said that Sewell is “doing good”, adding that the team is “just trying to be safe”. Sewell is coming off a Pro Bowl season and, entering his third year in the NFL, is already considered one of the games top right tackles. Campbell also said that wide receiver JAMESON WILLIAMS, who has missed the past four practices with a hamstring injury, was expected to return to Sunday’s workout. Less

Source: Detroit Free Press


Lions add former Jets WR Mims

The Detroit Lions announced this week that the team has acquired wide receiver DENZEL MIMS from the New York Jets in a trade. Mims has mostly been a bust for theMore Jets after being a second-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. Mims may prove useful in Detroit, with second-year wide receiver JAMESON WILLIAMS suspended for the first six games of the regular season. Aside from leading wide receiver AMON-RA ST. BROWN, the Lions have question marks in the wideout room heading into the upcoming season. Less

Source: Detroit Free Press

Mailbag: July 5, 2023

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition. Is Jameson Williams worth the weight? Free agent running backs. Conservative grades on rookies. Trading away Joe Burrow. And more. more »


Lions WR Williams has Hall of Fame mentor

Former Detroit Lions Hall of Fame wide receiver Calvin Johnson said in an interview late last week that he recently met second-year Lions wideout JAMESON WILLIAMS for the first time, addingMore that he looks forward to being around and “being a shoulder for him to lean on”. Johnson went on to say that Williams is extremely talented, and that he looks forward to doing anything he can to help the young Lions wide receiver. Hopefully, Williams can apply what he learns from Johnson and help fantasy owners this year when he returns from a six-game suspension to start the season. Less

Source: Team Blog


Lions “miles ahead” with WR Williams despite suspension

Detroit Lions head coach Dan Campbell said recently that the team is “already miles ahead” with young wide receiver JAMESON WILLIAMS as he heads into his second NFL season. Williams wasMore coming off a torn ACL for his rookie season and was unable to do any of the things he can now that he is fully healthy. Unfortunately, fantasy owners will have to wait to see Williams’ progress as the second year wideout will start the 2023 season serving a six-game suspension for violating the NFL’s gambling policy. Williams said last week that the suspension “hit me out of the blue”, adding that he has no plans to appeal the suspension. Less



Lions WR Williams gets 6-game suspension

Detroit Lions wide receiver JAMESON WILLIAMS was suspended by the league late last week for violating the NFL’s policy on gambling. Williams is one of four Lions players disciplined after aMore league investigation that spread to one other team, the Washington Commanders. Williams, of course, missed the first half of his rookie season while rehabbing from a knee injury as neither the Lions or fantasy owners have seen much of a return on their Williams investment thus far. Less

Source: Detroit Free Press

Around the NFL: Jameson Williams

Jameson Williams’ sleeper appeal has dropped significantly. The NFL announced that he’s one of four members of the Lions who’s been suspended for violations of the league’s gambling policy.   more »



Lions rookie WR Williams catches first NFL touchdown

Fantasy owners that waited patiently for Detroit Lions rookie wide receiver JAMESON WILLIAMS to return to action were rewarded in Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings. In just his second NFLMore game, the first reception for the Lions rookie wideout resulted in a 41-yard touchdown catch. Williams has worked all the way back from a torn ACL suffered 11 months ago in the College Football Playoff national championship game. Less

Source: Detroit Free Press


Lions WR Williams makes NFL debut

Detroit Lions rookie wide receiver JAMESON WILLIAMS finally worked his way back from a torn ACL suffered during the 2021 college season, making his NFL debut in Sunday’s game against theMore Jacksonville Jaguars. While Williams was held without a catch in limited action, better fantasy days are surely in the rookie wideout’s future. Less

Source: Detroit News

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