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Around the NFL: Adrian Peterson

Washington signed Adrian Peterson to a veteran's minimum deal last week. He's 33 years old and averaged 3.4 yards per carry across two teams last season, so his best football is behind him. But after watching his debut with Washington last night, it looks like he can still play.   more »


Around the NFL: Washington running backs

Football returned in a big way last night, with 12 games and a chance to see a large percentage of the various rookies in action. A lot of them delivered some big plays right away, including Saquon Barkley, Antonio Callaway and a couple of the Green Bay wideouts fighting for depth chart positioning. But the ugly side of the preseason -- injuries -- also reared its head.   more »


NFL Injury Report: Monday night injuries

Good news for those hoping to start Alshon Jeffery on Monday night. Washington has ruled out cornerback Josh Norman. That makes it more likely Jeffery will have a big night. (When Norman is healthy and on his game, that’s a matchup the Eagles probably would shy away from; when Carson Wentz threw for 307 yards and 2 TDs at Washington back in Week 1, Jeffery caught only 3 passes for 38 yards.)   more »

Fantasy News: Fanex Analysis Draft

I drafted Isaiah Crowell with the 36th pick of the Fanex Analysis Draft. Little did I know at the time that he would be the “veteran” runner on my team. All five of the other backs on my roster are entering their second seasons.   more »


Around the NFL: Robert Kelley

Washington drafted Samaje Perine in the fourth round, and he's drawing some interest in rookie drafts, with the team's only noteworthy back the undrafted Robert Kelley. Perine is in line for the backup role, and maybe he'll even start right away. Team beat writers don't agree yet.   more »


Factoid: Robert Kelley

Robert Kelley had an impressive rookie season for Washington, rushing for 704 yards and 7 TDs despite being undrafted in April and not emerging as the starting running back until Week 8. It's not the first time Washington has turned a nobody running back into somebody as a rookie.   more »



Fantasy points plentiful on Sunday Night Football

Washington quarterback KIRK COUSINS and running back ROBERT KELLEY each scored 3 touchdowns against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night to leave fantasy owners smiling. Not to be outdone, GreenMore Bay quarterback AARON RODGERS threw for 3 touchdowns of his own. Both quarterbacks also topped 350 passing yards while Kelley rushed for a career-best 137 yards. Less



Kelley remains top dog in Washington backfield

Undrafted rookie running back ROBERT KELLEY is now the starter in Washington and he ran well again on Sunday. While fantasy owners would have liked a touchdown or two, Kelley ranMore for 97 yards on 21 carries against one of the league’s top run defenses. Kelley also held onto the ball, unlike third-down back CHRIS THOMPSON, who lost a fumble against the Vikings. Less

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