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Fantasy football owners that are stressing over injury reports in regards to whether or not their stud wide receivers Roddy White, Steve Smith, Jeremy Maclin and DeSean Jackson will play during week two can breathe easy.
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Raiders wide receiver Denarius Moore has practiced this week and is expected to make his season debut at Miami on Sunday with a limited number of plays. Moore has been sidelined since suffering a hamstring injury Aug. 4, and the team held him out of the season opener. With Jacoby Ford potentially headed for injured reserve due to foot surgery, Derek Hagan was signed last week and...
Roddy White has tweeted that he expects to play tonight against the Broncos. This isn’t really breaking news, but his name has appeared on the injury report in consecutive weeks. I am not worried about his minor injuries and believe he will be a strong WR1 in most weeks.
Many White owners are concerned about the growth of Julio Jones, but Matt Ryan is slowly becoming the type of...
Raiders receiver Denarius Moore (hamstring) looked fine in warm-ups and coach Dennis Allen said the receiver will get significant playing time in Week 2. Moore missed Week 1 with a hamstring injury.Fantasy Spin:Moore could have a big day if he doesn't experience pain in his hamstring early in the game but we'd advise you to use a less risky option this week.
There is a bit of a controversy brewing here that shouldn't be overlooked because of the implications to the Titans. Nate Washington hasn't practiced this week and is officially listed as questionable with a calf injury but there are rumors that there was indeed no calf injury at all but a concussion.
Raiders receiver Denarius Moore is expected to play Sunday versus the Dolphins, but will likely have a play count limit, according to Oakland beat writer Jerry McDonald.Fantasy Spin:Moore sat out Monday night's game because of an injured hamstring. His fantasy value in Week 2 is questionable, but in the meantime his presence reduces the values of wideouts Darrius Heyward-Bey and Rod Streater.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith is expected to play today, barring any setbacks.
Barring an unforeseen setback, Panthers expect WR Steve Smith to play today vs. the Saints.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 16, 2012
Smith has been dealing with a knee injury over the course of this past week.
According to Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson is expected to play in today’s game against the Ravens, despite a hamstring injury.
DeSean Jackson out on field running around, catching passes. Again, he is expected to go today.
— Jeff McLane (@Jeff_McLane) September 16, 2012
Jason La Canfora of CBSsports is reporting that DeSean Jackson “has a good shot to play tomorrow” against the Ravens. Jackson has been limited this week with a hamstring injury.
The injury occurred at practice on Wednesday and has limited Jackson throughout the remainder of the week.
La Canfora also reports that fellow wide receiver Jeremy Maclin has been telling people that...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Oakland Raiders wide receiver Denarius Moore has been listed as probable for Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins.
Raiders list Denarius Moore as probable, Redskins list Pierre Garcon as questionable, Chargers list Ryan Mathews as questionable.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 14, 2012
Raiders quarterback Carson Palmer could...
Mike Vick hooked up with DeSean Jackson on what could be the catch of the day. With Vick and his Eagles backed up deep in their red zone, he launched a perfectly thrown ball to a laid out DeSean Jackson. Jackson somehow pulled in the grab just as Ed Reed absolutely crushed him. DeSean Jackson netted 49-yards on the play.
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Bills RB Fred Jackson (right knee)
Jock to Doc take: Jackson confirmed on Monday after his MRI that his ligament was sprained and not torn. He also revealed that the team will re-evaluate the injury in a week so the doctors can give him a more accurate timetable based on how fast it is healing. Nonetheless, according to the official Buffalo...
The Panthers will certainly need all decks on hand when they welcome the New Orleans Saints to town on Sunday. Currently, the team has several key players on the fence for this critical Week 2 matchup.
Offense: Running back Jonathan Stewart, who was sorely missed against the Buccaneers last Sunday, remains questionable with an ankle sprain. Wide receiver Steve Smith is also...