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Kansas City WR Toney “good to go” for season opener

Kansas City head coach Andy Reid said over the weekend that wide receiver KADARIUS TONEY is “good to go” heading into the season opener on Thursday evening against the Detroit Lions.More Toney missed most of training camp and all the offseason after undergoing another knee procedure. Reid added that Toney was “moving around pretty good”. Kansas City is hopeful that Toney can become the true No. 1 receiver they haven’t had since trading TYREEK HILL during the 2022 offseason, but his injury history tells fantasy owners to proceed with caution. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Dolphins WR Hill avoids suspension

The NFL announced on Thursday that Miami Dolphins wide receiver TYREEK HILL will not face any discipline under the league’s personal conduct policy relating to an altercation earlier this summer atMore a Florida marina. Hill reached an undisclosed settlement with a worker at the marina who accused the veteran wide receiver of striking him during a disagreement in mid-June. With that out of the way, Hill is now fully on track for the start of the 2023 season. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Dolphins sign CB Apple in wake of Ramsey injury

The Miami Dolphins signed former Cincinnati Bengals cornerback ELI APPLE over the weekend after star cornerback JALEN RAMSEY suffered a meniscus injury that will likely keep him out until at leastMore December. Apple is famous for a social media feud with current Miami wide receiver TYREEK HILL from his time in Kansas City while Apple was in Cincinnati. Time will tell if Apple can help the Dolphins defense while Ramsey is out. Less

Source: Sports Illustrated

Factoid: High-priced wide receivers

We've been talking a lot about running backs lately; whether they're worth big money or not. A friend sent me a meme joking the argument against big contracts for running backs is LeVeon Bell, Todd Gurley and Ezekiel Elliott (who got paid, then struggled). I wondered how star wide receivers have fared.  more »



Legal trouble for Dolphins WR Hill?

Miami Dolphins wide receiver TYREEK HILL is under investigation by Miami police for his alleged involvement in a possible assault incident. There have been conflicting reports about whether the alleged victimMore intends to press charges or not. There have also been conflicting reports about whether or not the case has been closed or if it remains open. The one certainty is that the league and fantasy owners will be monitoring the situation in the days ahead. Stay tuned, fantasy owners. Less

Source: Team Blog


Miami WR Hill has lofty goal for upcoming season

Miami Dolphins All-Pro wide receiver TYREEK HILL is setting his eyes on an NFL record heading into the 2023 season. Hill said recently that it’s one of his goals to haveMore 2,000 plus receiving yards this season. If he were to reach the goal, Hill would break Hall of Famer and former Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson’s 1,964 receiving yards record set back in 2012. Hill set a career high in receptions (119) and receiving yards (1,710) last season while catching passes from quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA, TEDDY BRIDGEWATER, and SKYLAR THOMPSON. Less


Factoid: Miami Dolphins

Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle are quite a combo. It’s unusually for a team to have two wide receivers putting up those kind of numbers at the same time.   more »


Toney the next WR1 for Kansas City?

Kansas City won the Super Bowl last year without a traditional No. 1 wide receiver. Heading into this season, Kansas City GM Brett Veach says that he and the team haveMore “high hopes” for wide receiver KADARIUS TONEY. Kansas City acquired Toney, a first-round pick in 2021, last October for a third-round pick and a sixth-round pick in 2023. Time will tell if Toney can become the potential successor to former star wide receiver TYREEK HILL. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Dolphins to plan retirement party for WR Hill?

Miami Dolphins wide receiver TYREEK HILL said last week that he plans to retire after ten seasons in the NFL. With the 29-year-old Hill having played seven seasons thus far, theMore math indicates that he will retire after three more seasons. He has four years left on his contract but only the next two have guaranteed money. Hill remains one of the fastest, if not THE fastest, players in the NFL and has shown no signs of slowing down. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Factoid: Dynamic Duos

Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle are quite a one-two punch. They’re both really fast, and the Dolphins have been effective getting the ball in their hands – Mike McDaniel knows how to draw up pass plays.   more »


Factoid: Free agent receivers

I’m not sure if a notable wide receiver will switch teams this year. But there probably will be at least a couple, and I’m going to be more careful this year not to underestimate their potential to put up big numbers.   more »


Factoid: Tua Tagovailoa

I was impressed with the work Mike McDaniel did in his first year in Miami. With the passing game, anyway. I never would have thought he’d have that kind of success getting the ball downfield for chunk plays.   more »


Factoid: Transplant receivers

It was a good year for transplant receivers. Five went for at least 1,100 yards, an NFL first. One of them, A.J. Brown, will play in the Super Bowl on Sunday.   more »

Podcast: September 23 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff preview Week 3 of the NFL regular season. Sponsored by RotoWire.  more »

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Tagovailoa leads comeback with career-best 6 touchdown game

Miami Dolphins quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA set career highs with 6 touchdowns and 469 passing yards in Sunday’s epic comeback win over the Baltimore Ravens. After the Dolphins fell behind big atMore halftime, Tagovailoa topped 300 passing yards and threw for 5 touchdowns in the second-half comeback. Wideouts TYREEK HILL and JAYLEN WADDLE were both big beneficiaries of the big second half. Less


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