Innings Limit For Matt Harvey?

Innings Limit For Matt Harvey?
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ESPN Ravens reporter Jamison Hensley said rookie WR Breshad Perriman (sprained PCL) could be sidelined until October.

Perriman sprained his PCL on the first practice of training camp. Hensley reports the injury usually carries a six-to-eight week timetable, which could push his return into the second month of the season. Even when he is able to return, Perriman is a raw prospect who missed valuable practice time in training camp. It is not guaranteed he immediately jumps into the starting lineup. Perriman is becoming a less and less enticing late-round flier.
Source: ESPN
Sep 5 - 8:52 AM

Panthers QB Joe Webb may be utilized more at wide receiver.

Webb is fully expected to stick on the final roster, but the Panthers may use his versatility to keep fewer wide receivers. Carolina has already cut Brenton Bersin and Mike Brown, making it possible they only keep five receivers on the final roster. In that scenario, Webb would likely see time at receiver in addition to the snaps he gets on special teams. The Panthers will also scour the wire for help following final cuts.
Sep 5 - 8:40 AM

Panthers waived WRs Brenton Bersin and Mike Brown.

Bersin caught 13 passes over 15 games for the Panthers last season, but the arrival of Kevin Norwood in a trade earlier this week likely sealed his fate. Brown had 32 catches for the Jaguars in 2013, but spent part of 2014 on the practice squad before being released.
Sep 5 - 8:30 AM

Cowboys waived QB Jameill Showers.

An undrafted rookie out of UTEP, Showers made some noise early in training camp but struggled in the preseason. He is likely destined for the Cowboys' practice squad. This move likely means Dustin Vaughan's roster spot is safe.
Sep 5 - 8:23 AM

The NFL Network's Jeff Darlington reported the Redskins plan to keep Robert Griffin III (concussion) on their 53-man roster.

The Washington Post also expects Griffin to stick on the team. The Redskins are taking a financial risk by retaining Griffin. His $16.155 million fifth-year option is guaranteed for injury only, meaning he has to be able to pass a physical when the Redskins decide to release him next offseason. Griffin was examined by an independent neurologist late this week, but neither he nor the team have been given the results of that exam.
Sep 5 - 8:11 AM

ESPN Bears reporter Jeff Dickerson said Eddie Royal (hip) appears to be making "significant progress" in his recovery.

The Bears have been guarding injury information like it is the secret ingredient in Coke, but it appears Royal will be good to go for Week 1. The situation is even murkier around Alshon Jeffery (calf). If Jeffery cannot play against the Packers, Royal would be a great DFS play.
Source: ESPN
Sep 5 - 7:50 AM

Browns coach Mike Pettine said keeping WR Terrelle Pryor on the roster required "a leap of faith."

It is a leap the Browns should take. Pryor's switch from quarterback to wide receiver has been slowed by a hamstring injury which kept him out most of the exhibition season, but healthy or not Pryor was never going to become a tactician this preseason. The Browns brought him into camp because he is an elite athlete at a position where Cleveland has few. That is the same reason they should keep him on the final roster.
Sep 5 - 7:39 AM

The Giants' official website predicts Odell Beckham will see a decrease in his numbers from last season.

Beckham put up a 91-1,205-12 line in just 12 games last season. That per-game pace was always unsustainable, but John Schmeelk and Lance Medow believe Beckham's raw numbers will decrease as well despite getting in a full season. Both writers cite the presence of a healthy Victor Cruz and Rashad Jennings, two things which cannot be taken for granted. Beckham is not going to see 11 targets a game again, but he is still an elite fantasy wide receiver.
Source: Giants.com
Sep 5 - 7:30 AM
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