Dose: Knile Would Fill JC Role

Dose: Knile Would Fill JC Role
Nick Mensio checks in on Knile Davis, Adrian Peterson, Roddy White, Vernon Davis and plenty of others in Wednesday's Dose.
read more

Highest Searched Players over the last 7 days

Video Center

  •  
    Levitan: Is Knile top waiver?

    Levitan: Is Knile top waiver?
  •  
    Draft Profile: Devin Funchess

    Draft Profile: Devin Funchess
  •  
    Tuesday

    Tuesday's Fantasy Minute
  •  
    Monday

    Monday's Fantasy Minute
  •  
    Friday

    Friday's Fantasy Minute
  •  
    RotoPat:: Week 2 Rankings

    RotoPat:: Week 2 Rankings
  •  
    Levitan: Start/Sit decisions

    Levitan: Start/Sit decisions
  •  
    Levitan: Snap-count analysis

    Levitan: Snap-count analysis
 

Player News

View Rss Feeds

The Jaguars will start sixth-round rookie Luke Bowanko at center in Week 3 against the Colts.

Sam Young will replace since-released Cameron Bradfield at right tackle. The Jaguars gave up ten sacks last week against the Redskins and have been getting demolished as blockers since the preseason. It has to be the main reason Blake Bortles remains on the bench. Chad Henne will continue to get beaten like a piñata.
Sep 17 - 9:35 AM

Free agent RB Michael Bush worked out for the Redskins on Tuesday.

Bush was released by the Bears back in March after averaging 3.1 YPC last season and managing just eight touchdowns across 177 carries in Chicago as a short-yardage specialist. He turned 30 over the summer and is nearing the end of the line. Bush has previously visited the Patriots, but that's been it for him.
Sep 17 - 9:18 AM

Falcons signed LS Josh Harris to a four-year contract extension through 2018.

Harris has been the Falcons' deep snapper since the start of the 2012 season.
Sep 17 - 9:10 AM

Falcons signed P Matt Bosher to a five-year contract extension through 2019.

The deal includes $5.95 million guaranteed and a $2.5 million signing bonus. Bosher has been punting and handling kickoffs for the Falcons since being a sixth-round pick in 2011. He finished tied for fourth in the league last season with a 41.7 net average on 68 punts and produced 50 touchbacks on kickoffs.
Sep 17 - 9:03 AM

Coach Tom Coughlin has yet to rule Odell Beckham (hamstring) out for Week 3.

It doesn't mean we'll see Beckham make his debut this week against the Texans, but it suggests the 12th overall pick is more day-to-day than week-to-week. Beckham hasn't practiced in well over a month. After placing Jerrel Jernigan on I.R. with a mid-foot sprain, the Giants are looking for a new No. 3 receiver and someone to ignite the offense. When healthy, Beckham is that sort of player.
Sep 17 - 8:58 AM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Vikings "intend to bring back" Adrian Peterson once his legal case is resolved.

Fantasy owners of A.P. are left in the dark as they wait for the court's decision. It's worth noting Peterson is a first-time offender with no known criminal background, so it's entirely possible he merely gets a slap on the wrist for punishing his son too harshly. Peterson's first court hearing is not until October 8, but expect his attorneys to push hard for a quick resolution. Matt Asiata needs to be owned everywhere, as does rookie Jerick McKinnon. Now that the Vikings know they may not have Peterson for awhile, Cordarrelle Patterson's rushing usage could spike as well.
Sep 17 - 8:55 AM

Vikings placed RB Adrian Peterson on the NFL's exempt/commissioner's permission list until his child-abuse case is resolved.

Under heavy public pressure after bungling the situation Monday, the Vikings caved. Now it's up to Peterson to get his legal issues resolved as soon as possible, face his punishment and get back on the field. All that is unlikely to happen anytime soon, leaving him out indefinitely. (Peterson's first court hearing isn't even scheduled until October 8). Reliable yet plodding Matt Asiata will be the Vikings' feature back for the foreseeable future. Freak talent Jerick McKinnon also needs to be owned.
Source: ESPN.com
Sep 17 - 2:08 AM

The NFLPA has officially filed an appeal on Ray Rice's indefinite suspension.

"The NFLPA appeal is based on supporting facts that reveal a lack of a fair and impartial process, including the role of the office of the Commissioner of the NFL. We have asked that a neutral and jointly selected arbitrator hear this case as the Commissioner and his staff will be essential witnesses in the proceeding and thus cannot serve as impartial arbitrators," reads the statement. It's just a formality at this point. Rice's hearing should be held within 10 days. Even if his suspension is reduced, Rice won't be playing in the NFL this season.
Sep 16 - 9:14 PM
More Player News

Football Forums