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Saints WR Thomas was not suspended by team

The New Orleans Saints did not suspend wide receiver MICHAEL THOMAS for last Monday’s game against the Los Angeles Chargers. The Saints reportedly fined Thomas and benched him for the game.More While there appears to be no difference, the move allowed Thomas to maintain contract guarantees for future years. The Saints essentially sent a message without being overly punitive. Thomas is expected to return after the team’s bye week this week. Less

Source: Team Blog

Mailbag: October 15, 2020

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition: Andy Dalton's potential in Dallas. Michael Thomas' off-field antics. Ranking the young quarterbacks. Sputtering Tyler Lockett. And more. more »



Saints WR Thomas out for MNF

New Orleans Saints wide receiver MICHAEL THOMAS is recovering from an ankle injury, but he has been ruled out for tonight’s game against the Los Angles Chargers. Fantasy owners will beMore disappointed to learn that Thomas is out due to disciplinary reasons and not the ankle injury he has been rehabbing. Thomas reportedly punched a teammate during a practice session on Saturday. Less

Source: New Orleans Times-Picayune

NFL Injury Report: Late game injuries

There are six teams playing on Monday or Tuesday, and those teams filed their injury listings this afternoon. Those include some notable names.  more »


Saints WR Thomas logs limited practice on Thursday

Injured New Orleans wide receiver MICHAEL THOMAS appears to be improving after practicing for the second consecutive day on Thursday. Thomas is working hard to return from an ankle injury thatMore has kept him from playing in back-to-back losses. His participation in consecutive practice sessions provides some hope that he could play in Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Saints WR Thomas returns to limited practice

New Orleans star wide receiver MICHAEL THOMAS returned to a limited practice on Wednesday after missing the last two weeks due to a high-ankle injury. While there has been no officialMore update on Thomas’ status for this Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions, his limited practice session is an encouraging sign that he seems to be improving. Less

Source: New Orleans Times-Picayune


Saints WR Thomas misses Thursday practice

Doing his best to annoy and harass fantasy owners, New Orleans head coach Sean Payton declined to provide an update on the severity of star wide receiver MICHAEL THOMAS’ injury orMore a potential timeframe for his return. Thomas missed another practice on Thursday, and it has been reported that he could miss multiple weeks. While that possibility is concerning, the team did not place Thomas on injured reserve – a move that would have kept him out of action for at least three weeks. Less

Source: New Orleans Times-Picayune


Saints WR Thomas to miss several weeks

The injury to New Orleans Saints wide receiver MICHAEL THOMAS is reportedly worse than originally expected and the veteran wideout could now miss several weeks. Thomas originally thought he would beMore able to play through the injury, but further medical checks appear to say otherwise. Losing Thomas for any length of time is a blow to his fantasy owners and the Saints offense. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Saints WR Thomas dealing with high ankle injury

New Orleans Saints wide receiver MICHAEL THOMAS suffered a high ankle injury in Sunday’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Thomas is reportedly planning to play through the injury, and heMore will benefit from an extra day of rest ahead of the Monday Night Week #2 game against the Las Vegas Raiders. Thomas’ 17 receiving yards against the Bucs were the second-lowest total of his career. His three catches tied a career low. Less

Source: New Orleans Times-Picayune

Podcast: August 19 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff talk preseason injuries and check in on the Baltimore Ravens, New Orleans Saints and Dallas Cowboys. Sponsored by RealTime Fantasy Sports and Extra Point Press.  more »


Lions WR Golladay movin’ on up

Maybe not to a deluxe apartment in the sky, but up among the top wide receivers in the NFL if you listen to Detroit offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell. Bevell said thisMore week that the Lions want to see wide receiver KENNY GOLLADAY like “upper echelon” guys such as DEANDRE HOPKINS and MICHAEL THOMAS. Golladay led the NFL with 11 touchdown catches last season and made his first Pro Bowl. Bevell added that there is still another level that Golladay can reach with his game. Less

Source: Detroit Free Press


Hopkins declares himself best WR in the NFL

New Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DEANDRE HOPKINS said recently that he feels he is the best wideout in the NFL. While Hopkins gave credit to fellow wide receivers MICHAEL THOMAS andMore JULIO JONES, he also noted that they both had the benefit of playing their entire careers with Pro Bowl quarterbacks. Hopkins added that he is excited to be playing this season with reigning rookie of the year quarterback KYLER MURRAY in a pass-happy offense. Less


Factoid: Michael Thomas

Michael Thomas looks like an awfully safe choice to me. He’ll catch a ton of balls, and those guys are solid gold in PPR scoring.  more »


Factoid: Michael Thomas

The Saints are doing really cool stuff with Michael Thomas. They’re jamming a lot of balls his way, and defenses haven’t been able to take him away. Two years in a row, he’s caught over 80 percent of the passes thrown his way.  more »

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Factoid: Sanders, part 2

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