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According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten will not need to undergo surgery for his lacerated spleen. He’s questionable for the Cowboys opener against the Giants.
Cowboys doctors informed TE Jason Witten he will not need surgery for lacerated spleen. @jasonwitten is questionable for opener vs. NYG.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 22, 2012
This is great news for the Cowboys and Witten. I think if anything he’ll only miss the season opener.
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As David Moore reported on Aug. 15, Jason Witten not need to have surgery on his lacerated spleen. According to ESPN.com's Adam Schefter, the bleeding has subsided and doctors believe Witten's spleen will heal on its own.
Schefter reported that had Witten needed surgery it would have ended his season.
Although Witten hopes to return for the team's season opener Sept...
Dallas Cowboys doctors have given good news to tight end Jason Witten, telling him that he will not need spleen surgery that would have ended his season. But while that is good news for both Witten and the Cowboys, it should not automatically be seen as a huge boost to Witten’s fantasy football value.
Yes, the bleeding in his spleen has subsided, and doctors believe that his...
Jason Witten got good news today when he found out that his lacerated spleen would not need surgery. After lacerating his spleen in a preseason game against the Raiders last Monday, Witten had to basically sit around and be idle for 7-10 days and wait to see if it healed, otherwise he would have needed surgery. It would seem it has, which is obviously very good news.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, even though Cowboys tight end Jason Witten won’t have to undergo surgery on his spleen, he’ll likely miss the season opener against the Giants.
“Witten still is aiming to return in time for the Cowboys’ Sept. 5 regular-season opener against the New York Giants, but it is questionable whether he will be ready to play.
“Witten is more...
It’s starting to sound like Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten has dodged a major injury when it comes to his spleen. Sports Illustrated is reporting that doctors reports since the injury are coming back very positively. Even with the reports the Cowboys still have no idea when he’ll return to the field.
Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten is making good progress recovering...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter via Evan Silva of Rotoworld.com, Maurice Jones-Drew’s hold out is expected to at least drag into the early part of the regular season.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter on Jones-Drew holdout: “Looking more & more like this is going to go into the start of the season at the very least.”
— Evan Silva (@evansilva) August 22, 2012
I laugh whenever...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been awarded wide receiver Jordan Shipley off waivers from the Cincinnati Bengals.
Tampa Bay was awarded former Bengals WR Jordan Shipley on waivers today.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 20, 2012
The Bengals gave up on Shipley as he continues to come back from tearing his ACL last season. The Bucs claimed...
Kenny Britt has been arrested 8 times in his NFL career thus far, after going in the 1st round in 2009. He would have been suspended last season if it hasn’t been for Roger Goodell’s decision to excuse any arrests that happened during the lockout, during which Britt was arrested 3 times. However, after a recent DUI, Britt is expecting a suspension after a 2nd visit to the commissioner’s...
The Maurice Jones-Drew holdout drama escalated on Tuesday when ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported via twitter that the Jacksonville running back is now open to the idea of being traded after an unsuccessful meeting with owner Shad Khan. Jones-Drew reportedly became upset with Khan’s comments that the “train is leaving the station.”
Jones-Drew wants a new contract that would pay...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, rookie quarterback Russell Wilson will get the start for the Seahawks against the Chiefs for Friday night’s preseason game.
When Seattle plays at Kansas City on Friday night, its starting quarterback will be rookie Russell Wilson.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 21, 2012
Wilson has looked impressive so far this preseason, it will...
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew is "now open to being traded" in light of owner Shad Khan's recent remark that the "train is leaving the station." Khan also said Jones-Drew's holdout "doesn't even move the needle" on the stress meter.Fantasy Spin:Perhaps Khan shouldn't have stirred the pot...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew’s hold out is expected to carry over into the regular season and he’s open to being traded.
Now the holdout for @jones_drew32 shows no signs of letting up and is fully expected to extend into the regular season.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 21, 2012
In light of Jaguars...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Austin Howard has impressed the New York Jets in camp and could get more time at right tackle and end up starting ahead of Wayne Hunter who’s been a serious liability.
Don’t be surprised if Austin Howard gets more and more time at right tackle for the Jets and winds up as the starter. Howard has impressed.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter...
Adrian Peterson will not play in the preseason. Adam Schefter reported on ESPN that the Vikings believe AP is will be ready for week 1 but do not want to risk playing him in the preseason. There have been no set backs and from all indications AP is ahead of schedule and on track for week 1.