Fantasy Football Breaking News

  • Dede Westbrook - WR - Jacksonville Jaguars
    Posted 9/23/17 12:00pm ET

    Jacksonville Jaguars WR Dede Westbrook (core) is a candidate to be activated from the Reserve/Injured list later in the season, in the opinion of ESPN.com's Michael DiRocco.

    Huddle Up: Westbrook will not return until the middle of the season at the earliest but has a chance to have a solid role in the passing game when he does return. Owners should monitor the situation and could add him to their lineups when he is activated from the Reserve/Injured list.

  • Austin Seferian-Jenkins - TE - New York Jets
    Posted 9/23/17 11:52am ET

    New York Jets TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins could receive a bigger role in the offense in Week 3 if TE Will Tye (illness) is not able to play.

    Huddle Up: The Jets probably would want to ease Seferian-Jenkins into the offense since he missed the first two games of the season, but he could receive some targets this week. Owners should avoid Seferian-Jenkins this week, but he could have some fantasy value later in the season.

  • Jay Ajayi - RB - Miami Dolphins
    Posted 9/23/17 9:21am ET

    Miami Dolphins RB Jay Ajayi (knee) missed two practices this week with a knee injury but told reporters he was 'feeling good' despite being listed as questionable on the official Week 3 injury report.

    Huddle Up: Ajayi logged 28 carries and 30 total touches in Week 2. The fact he was able to get a full practice and Friday bodes well for him being able to handle a full workload against the New York Jets. Given the competition and Miami's desire to keep Ajayi around all season, don't be surprised if head coach Adam Gase works in Damien Williams and Kenyan Drake a bit more this week than he did in Week 2. Owners should still consider Ajayi a surefire RB1 this week, however.

  • Terrance Williams - WR - Dallas Cowboys
    Posted 9/23/17 6:46am ET

    Dallas Cowboys WR Terrance Williams (ankle) was added to the injury report after not practicing Friday, Sept. 22.

    Huddle Up: Regardless of his availability for Week 3's contest against the Arizona Cardinals, Williams should be nowhere near your fantasy starting lineups. He is arguably the Cowboys' fifth-best option in the passing game right now, behind Dez Bryant, Cole Beasley, Jason Witten and Ezekiel Elliott.

  • DeAndre Hopkins - WR - Houston Texans
    Posted 9/22/17 9:54pm ET

    Houston Texans WR DeAndre Hopkins has been facing double-teams all season because 'everyone in the league knows we're going to throw the ball to Hopkins,' head coach Bill O'Brien said.

    Huddle Up: Hopkins has had trouble breaking loose for big plays, but with 29 targets and 14 receptions through two games, he can still be deployed as a WR2 against the Patriots in Week 3.

  • Dez Bryant - WR - Dallas Cowboys
    Posted 9/22/17 8:43pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys WR Dez Bryant has nine catches on 25 targets through two games, and he said while that level of efficiency is 'not acceptable,' he believes the connection between he and QB Dak Prescott will start clicking.

    Huddle Up: To be fair, Bryant has faced some tough matchups to open the year, and he draws another one in Week 3 against Patrick Peterson and the Cardinals. He is a boom-or-bust WR2.

  • Jordan Matthews - WR - Buffalo Bills
    Posted 9/22/17 8:07pm ET

    Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott said he is happy with WR Jordan Matthews, WR Zay Jones and the rest of the receiving corps.

    Huddle Up: Through two games, Matthews is leading the team in receiving with just 91 yards. The Bills are a run-first team to the extreme, and none of Buffalo's receivers are worth starting in Week 3 against the stingy secondary of the Denver Broncos.

  • Mike Williams - WR - Los Angeles Chargers
    Posted 9/22/17 6:49pm ET

    Los Angeles Chargers WR Mike Williams (back) is improving every practice but not yet facing contact, head coach Anthony Lynn said Friday, Sept. 22. 'Mike's getting better every single day,' Lynn said. 'He's running full speed, changing direction.'

    Huddle Up: Williams has the size to make an immediate impact in the red zone, so continue to stash him if you can afford to give up the roster spot. If he's available in your league, your window to grab him could close in the next week or two.

  • Melvin Gordon - RB - Los Angeles Chargers
    Posted 9/22/17 6:28pm ET

    Los Angeles Chargers RB Melvin Gordon (knee) is expected to play against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 3, head coach Anthony Lynn said Friday, Sept. 22.

    Huddle Up: Gordon hasn't had much running room this year, but his work in the passing game and lack of competition for snaps has allowed him to remain an effective fantasy option. As long as he suits up, he should be in your lineup despite the tough matchup.

  • Ezekiel Elliott - RB - Dallas Cowboys
    Posted 9/22/17 5:09pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott has been cleared to play in the next two games after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th District set a Oct. 2 court date for the case involving his six-game suspension.

    Huddle Up: Elliott was limited to eight yards against the Denver Broncos last week and will be facing an Arizona Cardinals rush defense that ranks in the top-10 in the NFL. Elliott should have more success in Week 3 and can be a No. 1 or No. 2 fantasy running back for owners this week.

  • Tyler Kroft - TE - Cincinnati Bengals
    Posted 9/22/17 3:35pm ET

    Cincinnati Bengals TE Tyler Kroft is expected to see an increase in targets in Week 3 against the Green Bay Packers with TE Tyler Eifert (back, knee) ruled out.

    Huddle Up: Kroft isn't a terribly attractive fantasy play, although he could be worth a look in the deepest of leagues for his work in the red zone if you need an emergency replacement for Eifert. Kroft might be a nice salary saver in DFS play, too.

  • Case Keenum - QB - Minnesota Vikings
    Posted 9/22/17 3:21pm ET

    Minnesota Vikings QB Case Keenum will be the starter again in Week 3 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with QB Sam Bradford (knee) on the shelf.

    Huddle Up: Keenum being under center means a decrease in fantasy appeal for Stefon Diggs, Kyle Rudolph, Adam Thielen, etc. Diggs and Thielen should be treated as WR3 or WR4 options, while Rudolph is still a red zone threat and a solid low-end TE1. The Buccaneers DST will be a popular fantasy option against the backup QB.

  • Sam Bradford - QB - Minnesota Vikings
    Posted 9/22/17 3:21pm ET

    Updating a previous report, Minnesota Vikings QB Sam Bradford (knee) is out for Week 3 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and he is seeking a second opinion on his ailing knee.

    Huddle Up: It's uncertain when Bradford will be able to return to game action, so it will be Case Keenum under center again this Sunday. That news immediately means a downgrade to the fantasy value of Stefon Diggs, Kyle Rudolph, Adam Thielen, etc. Diggs and Thielen should only be considered as WR3 or WR4 plays, while Rudolph remains a low-end TE1 for his ability in the red zone. The Buccaneers DST is also a favorable unit to play against Keenum.

  • Demaryius Thomas - WR - Denver Broncos
    Posted 9/22/17 3:14pm ET

    Denver Broncos WR Demaryius Thomas (hamstring) fully participated in practice and is not on the injury report for Week 3.

    Huddle Up: Thomas is off to a solid start this season with 11 catches and 138 yards in two games. He will continue to be a focal point in the passing game for Denver and should be considered a No. 2 fantasy receiver in all leagues.

  • Jamaal Charles - RB - Denver Broncos
    Posted 9/22/17 3:00pm ET

    Denver Broncos RB Jamaal Charles (non-injury) fully participated in practice and is not on the injury report for Week 3.

    Huddle Up: Charles has been productive as the No. 2 running back for the Broncos and has rushed for at least 40 yards in each of the first two games of the season. He probably will receive a similar workload in Week 3 and probably should only be a possible flex option in deeper leagues.

  • Paul Richardson - WR - Seattle Seahawks
    Posted 9/22/17 2:56pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks WR Paul Richardson (finger) practiced in full Friday, Sept. 22, and he is no longer on the injury report for Week 3 against the Tennessee Titans.

    Huddle Up: Richardson dislocated a finger, had it popped back into place, and then he scored the game-winning touchdown in Week 2. He is expected to be fine for Sunday's visit to Nashville and he remains a solid WR4 or flex fantasy play.

  • Jimmy Graham - TE - Seattle Seahawks
    Posted 9/22/17 2:55pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks TE Jimmy Graham (ankle) was able to take part in a full practice Friday, Sept. 22, but he is still listed as questionable for Week 3 against the Tennessee Titans.

    Huddle Up: Graham 'did everything' in practice, according to head coach Pete Carroll, and he is expected to play in Week 3. Start him as you normally would in fantasy.

  • JJ Nelson - WR - Arizona Cardinals
    Posted 9/22/17 2:52pm ET

    Arizona Cardinals WR JJ Nelson (hamstring) was limited during practice Friday, Sept. 22.

    Huddle Up: Owners should keep an eye on the situation to see Nelson is in any danger of missing Week 3. He is coming off a terrific Week 2 performance and would have a bigger role if he plays this week. Nelson can be considered a No. 3 receiver or a flex option if he is active.

  • DeMarco Murray - RB - Tennessee Titans
    Posted 9/22/17 2:47pm ET

    Tennessee Titans RB DeMarco Murray (hamstring) practiced on a limited basis Friday, Sept. 22, and he is listed as questionable for Week 3 against the Seattle Seahawks.

    Huddle Up: Murray was facing a tough matchup if he were at 100 percent, but it's especially difficult if he is a little banged up. Look for Derrick Henry to shoulder some of the lost against the Seahawks, and perhaps start if Murray is out or limited. The fantasy back of choice in Nashville this weekend appears to be Henry.

  • John Brown - WR - Arizona Cardinals
    Posted 9/22/17 2:46pm ET

    Arizona Cardinals WR John Brown (quadriceps) did not participate in practice Friday, Sept. 22.

    Huddle Up: Brown is not expected to play this week, so owners should avoid him. Jaron Brown and JJ Nelson will have bigger roles in the passing game and could be No. 3 receivers or flex options in most leagues.

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