Found September 21, 2012 on Fox Sports:
Sunday St. Louis Rams at Chicago Bears Bears RB Matt Forte (ankle) Jock to Doc take: Forte suffered a sprained ankle and did not practice Wednesday or Thursday, according to the Chicago Tribune. Because Forte is a staple on many fantasy rosters, it is important for owners to monitor his workload (or lack thereof) during Friday's practice. His absence during Thursday's practice indicates that Michael Bush may lead the Bears' rushing attack this week. Rams RB Stephen Jackson (groin) Jock to Doc take: Jackson missed practice Wednesday and Thursday, but he is hopeful he will play against the Bears this weekend, the Rams' official website reports. Coach Jeff Fisher explained that he will see how Jackson's groin injury responds in the next few days before he makes a decision, so it is likely it will be a game-time decision. Fantasy owners with Jackson in their lineup should monitor his workload during St. Louis' Friday practice. Health Rating: Matt Forte @ 65...

Matt Forte Questionable For Week 3

Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports that Bears running back Matt Forte did not practice on Wednesday. Forte is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Rams after hurting his ankle last Thursday in Green Bay.Fantasy Spin:Forte's injury was originally thought to be a high-ankle sprain but now it appears less serious. He'll still have a few days to...

Matt Forte ruled out for game vs Rams

Matt Forte will miss this game while recovering from an ankle injury he suffered against the Packers on Sept. 13 according to Bears Head Coach Lovie Smith. He has missed every practice this week and doesn’t seem to be getting any closer to returning to the Bears line up. Michael Bush will assume the role as starting running this week. Good thing for the Bears they signed Bush...

Matt Forte likely out this week

According to the Chicago Tribune, it’s highly unlikely that Bears running back Matt Forte will play this Sunday since he hasn’t practiced all week. This doesn’t come as a surprise at all. Michael Bush will certainly get the start this week in Forte’s place. Even though the Bears claim that Forte’s ankle injury isn’t serious, I wouldn’t expect him back for another few weeks.

Bears rule Matt Forte out, make a change on the offensive line

The Bears had an embarrassing loss to the Packers on Thursday Night Football last week, losing 23-10 in a huge game to a division rival. Jay Cutler was under pressure all night, pressured on 21 of 35 drop backs, taking 7 sacks and tossing 4 picks. Cutler was caught on camera screaming at and bumping into left tackle J’Marcus Webb. He has since apologized for the bump and the bump...

Fred Jackson won’t need surgery on his LCL

According to Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News, Bills running back Fred Jackson won’t need to undergo surgery on his injured LCL that after he underwent a range-of-motion examination on his injured knee and it was determined that everything looks fine. “Fred Jackson said after his television show on WBBZ-TV Monday that a range-of-motion examination showed his lateral collateral...

Forte to miss game against Rams

Pro Bowl running back Matt Forte will sit out the Chicago Bears' game against the St. Louis Rams on Sunday because of a sprained right ankle.

Fred Jackson still ahead of schedule with his rehab

During practice this past week, Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson was on the side doing some individual drills.  Head coach Chan Gailey admitted that he’s ahead of schedule. “Yeah he is,” said Chan Gailey. ”He must be a fast healer.” Gailey won’t say when he believes Jackson will be back, but Jackson claimed last week that he’ll be ready to go in four weeks...

Bears have some work to do before Week 3

The Chicago Bears started the season with great expectations and had their fans gloating after their perfomance against the Indianapolis Colts. The chemistry between Brandon Marshall and Jay Cutler was there and the two played as if no time had passed. There was alot of hype built up surrounding the Green Bay Packer game that was perhaps too much too soon. Jay Cutler was criticized...

NFL Rumors: Can C.J. Spiller Permanently ‘Wally Pipp’ Fred Jackson As Buffalo Bills Top RB?

“He’s been Pipp’d.” That is what sports fans say whenever a player loses his starting job after suffering an injury and watches his replacement step in and permanently take his job. It was first coined back in 1925 after the man himself, Wally Pipp. he was the first baseman for the New York Yankees, but either asked out of or was sat for a game and replaced by Lou Gehrig...

Potential trade targets for the Buffalo Bills

In two polarizing weeks, Ryan Fitzpatrick, C.J. Spiller and the Buffalo Bills showed fans a full range of possibilities. They sat back and allowed the New York Jets to pummel them, then dished that treatment out in kind to the Kansas City Chiefs. It’s safe to say the real Buffalo Bills fall somewhere in the middle of all that. If so, then it’s tough to argue this team is perfect...
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