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Sep
19

Gronk says groin injury not serious

New England tight end ROB GRONKOWSKI said Monday that his groin injury is “nothing serious” and he referred to his status as “day-to-day”. Fantasy owners recognize the risk that comes withMore drafting Gronkowski but it appears that he dodged the injury bug this time. Asked how he was feeling, Gronkowski said he was feeling good and that everything was going smooth. Less

Source: ESPN.com

Sep
19

Vikings don’t know when Bradford will return

Minnesota head coach Mike Zimmer said he does not know when quarterback SAM BRADFORD will be able to return to action. Bradford’s left knee is feeling better but that doesn’t necessarilyMore mean he will be ready for Sunday’s game against Tampa Bay. If Bradford isn’t ready, the Vikings will move forward with CASE KEENUM as the starter. Less

Source: Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Sep
19

Falcons DE Beasley dealing with hamstring injury

Atlanta All-Pro defensive end VIC BEASLEY could miss several weeks as he deals with a hamstring injury suffered in Sunday night’s win over Green Bay. He will certainly miss the Falcons next game but how much time he’s out beyond that is yet to be determined.

Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Sep
19

Olsen to miss 6 to 8 weeks

Carolina tight end GREG OLSEN had surgery on his broken right foot Monday morning and is expected to miss 6 to 8 weeks while he recovers. The backup tight end forMore the Panthers is ED DICKSON but the team is expected to spread the ball around on offense while Olsen is out. Dickson won’t necessarily become a fantasy star now that he is starting. Less

Source: ESPN.com

Sep
19

Browns WR Coleman needs surgery on broken right hand

Cleveland wide receiver COREY COLEMAN does have a broken right hand, as feared, and he will need surgery this time around. It’s the same hand that Coleman broke last season thatMore caused him to miss six games. The team doesn’t have a timetable just yet and coach Hue Jackson said he was not sure if Coleman will go on injured reserve. Stay tuned. Less

Source: Cleveland Plain Dealers

Sep
19

Judge denies NFL request for stay in Elliott case

A federal judge has denied the NFL’s request for an emergency stay of the injunction he issued earlier this month that placed Dallas running back EZEKIEL ELLIOTT’s 6-game suspension on hold.More What exactly does that mean for his fantasy owners? Basically, Elliott will be available to play while the process works its way through the legal system. Less

Source: NFL.com

Sep
19

Luck ruled out for Week 3

Indianapolis quarterback ANDREW LUCK has been ruled out for Sunday afternoon’s game against the Cleveland Browns. JACOBY BRISSETT will make his second straight start for the Colts as fantasy owners wait to see when Luck will work his way back into the lineup.

Source: NBC Sports

Sep
18

Siemian lead Broncos with 4 touchdowns

Denver quarterback TREVOR SIEMIAN led the Denver Broncos with 4 touchdown passes in Sunday’s win against the Dallas Cowboys. Siemian threw 3 of his touchdowns in the first half. Broncos head coach Vance Joseph said that Siemian played “excellent”. Fantasy owners agree.

Source: Denver Post

Sep
18

Crabtree stars for Raiders with 3 touchdowns

Oakland wide receiver MICHAEL CRABTREE and his fantasy owners enjoyed having the New York Jets in town for Sunday’s home opener. Half of his six catches went for touchdowns on Sunday as Crabtree scored from 1 yard, 2 yards, and 26 yards out.

Source: East Bay Times

Sep
18

Parkey leads Dolphins with 4 field goals, Koo misses again

Miami kicker CODY PARKEY connected on field goals from 30, 28, 35, and 54 yards with his last kick proving to be the game winner against the Los Angeles Chargers onMore Sunday. Parkey’s counterpart for the Chargers, YOUNGHOE KOO, missed what would have been a game winning 44-yarder on Los Angeles’ final play. Koo had a potential game-tying field goal blocked in Denver last week as the rookie is off to a rough start. Less

Source: Miami Herald

Sep
18

Bucs defense dominates Bears

The Tampa Bay Bucs defense has gone mostly unnoticed heading into the season but fantasy owners may want to take note after Sunday’s performance against the Chicago Bears. The Bucs forcedMore 4 turnovers, including an interception that was returned for a touchdown, while allowing only 20 rushing yards and pressuring former quarterback MIKE GLENNON all afternoon. Less

Source: Tampa Bay Times

Sep
18

Bradford misses game due to bum knee

Minnesota quarterback SAM BRADFORD missed Sunday’s game against Pittsburgh due to issues with his left knee. Head coach Mike Zimmer would not discuss Bradford’s injury, other than to attribute it toMore swelling from the ACL repairs he had done in 2013 and 2014. Zimmer said that Bradford is going to be “OK” but fantasy owners aren’t exactly sure what that means at this point. Less

Source: Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Sep
18

Patriots offense back on track

After struggling in a surprising opening-week loss to Kansas City, the New England offense and quarterback TOM BRADY looked more like what fantasy owners have come to expect. Against a questionableMore New Orleans defense, Brady threw for the third-highest yardage total of his career while adding 3 touchdowns for good measure. Less

Source: Boston Herald

Sep
18

Hunt delivers encore performance

Kansas City rookie running back KAREEM HUNT delivered another outstanding performance after being one of the biggest fantasy stars of opening week. Hunt followed up his record-breaking introduction with 2 more touchdowns in Sunday’s win against Philadelphia, including an exciting 53-yard score in the third quarter.

Source: Kansas City Star

Sep
18

Jaguars defense maybe not so great after all

The Jacksonville defense came into Sunday’s game against Tennessee after enjoying a franchise-record 10 sacks while allowing the fewest yards of any defense during the opening week of the season. Sunday’sMore game was a different story, as the Jaguars managed only 1 sack this time around. At one point in the second half, they allowed scores on 5 consecutive Tennessee possessions, including 4 touchdowns. Less

Source: Florida Times-Union

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