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Dolphins placed WR Brandon Gibson on injured reserve with a torn left patellar tendon, ending his season.

It's a tough blow for a player who had missed just three games since 2009. Gibson is staring at a lengthy rehab, but could be ready for next summer's training camp. Gibson has no guaranteed money remaining on his three-year, $9.755 million contract, but is signed through 2015. Still only 26, he should be back as Miami's No. 3 receiver as long as he can get healthy.
Tue, Oct 29, 2013 02:30:00 PM

The Dallas Morning News reports the Cowboys have fined Dez Bryant for missing meetings and an MRI related to his knee injury.

This explains why the Cowboys took so long to disclose the results of Bryant's MRI, which revealed a hairline fracture in his knee and will likely cost him multiple weeks. Specifically, the injury is a "hairline fracture of the tibial plateau on his right knee." It's unclear how much Bryant has been fined, but at least for now he seems to be in hot water with the organization. Hopefully, he will now focus on rehab and this is the last we hear of this.
Sep 28 - 8:47 PM

Seahawks signed RB C.J. Spiller to a one-year contract.

Spiller visited with the Jets and Packers before signing. He was a healthy scratch for the Saints in Week 1, and spent the last two weeks out of football. Spiller hasn't been productive since 2013, but lands in a great situation in Seattle. He will be in the mix for a passing-game role behind Christine Michael with Thomas Rawls (fibula) and C.J. Prosise (hand) sidelined.
Sep 28 - 6:34 PM

Jamaal Charles (knee) remained limited at Wednesday's practice.

Another day, another limited practice for Charles. ESPN Chiefs reporter Adam Teicher said it's "difficult to picture" Charles playing against the Steelers on Sunday night unless he returns to a full practice at some point during the week. Look for Spencer Ware to carry the mail again in Week 4.
Sep 28 - 5:56 PM

Ezekiel Elliott said he feels "way more comfortable" in the Cowboys' offense than he did in Week 1.

And it shows. After a turbulent first two weeks, Elliott exploded for 140 yards on 30 carries Sunday against Chicago. He's now tied for second in the league in rushing yards (274) and third in carries (71). "I'm a very improved player from Week 1," said Zeke. He has a great matchup against the Niners in Week 4. Consider him an RB1 going forward.
Sep 28 - 5:48 PM

ESPN's Rich Cimini reports the Jets are "concerned" about Eric Decker's shoulder injury.

Decker is headed for an MRI after missing Wednesday's practice. Per Cimini, the injury "sounds like it could be serious." Fantasy owners should be prepared to be without Decker this week and maybe much longer. Last week's loss to Kansas City ended Decker's six-game touchdown streak.
Sep 28 - 5:37 PM

Jets released CB Dee Milliner from injured reserve.

The Jets shopped Milliner in the preseason, but were forced to stash him on I.R. with a hamstring injury. A 2013 first-rounder, Milliner is a massive bust from the John Idzik regime, appearing in just eight games the last two seasons. His release doesn't save New York any money against the cap. 25-year-old Milliner's pedigree and measurables are enough that he'll resurface but he's a major project.
Sep 28 - 5:22 PM

Michael Floyd (concussion) has been cleared for football activity.

Floyd practiced in a non-contact jersey Wednesday. He's still in the concussion protocol, but will be reevaluated on Thursday. The Cardinals are "optimistic" on Floyd's Week 4 status.
Sep 28 - 5:14 PM

T.Y. Hilton (knee) didn't practice on Wednesday.

Hilton went berserk in last week's win over the Chargers (eight catches, 174 yards, one touchdown) so we're not worried about his status for Week 4. In all likelihood, this was just a maintenance day. With Donte Moncrief (shoulder) still sidelined, Hilton will continue to be a target monster Sunday against Jacksonville. He'll be a borderline WR1 in that matchup.
Sep 28 - 4:53 PM

Titans coach Mike Mularkey expects Delanie Walker (hamstring) to play Sunday.

Walker was held out of Wednesday's practice. He was close to playing against the Raiders, but didn't show enough in pre-game warmups. It sounds like Walker should miss only one game, though the early DNP isn't a good start. Walker's return is a needed upgrade to a Tennessee offense that was held to one touchdown last week.
Sep 28 - 4:44 PM

Tevin Coleman (ankle) was limited at Wednesday's practice.

Coleman limped off at one point during Monday's blowout win over the Saints but the injury obviously didn't affect him as he finished the night with a career-high three touchdowns. He'll be fine for Week 4 against Carolina.
Sep 28 - 4:34 PM

Antonio Gates (hamstring) is not practicing Wednesday.

Gates reportedly wasn't even close to playing Week 3 at the Colts. His body appears to just be breaking down at 36 years old. Rookie Hunter Henry will make another start in what looks to be another plus matchup.

RotoGrinders.com Daily Slant: With Gates looking like he'll miss another week, Hunter Henry (who is minimum priced on most DFS outlets) will step into the lead role against a defense that ranked dead last against the TE position last season. Henry was the 35th pick in this year's draft and after catching each of his five targets last weekend, he could very well be in for another 2-3 looks against a vulnerable Saints defense. New Orleans allowed more FPPG to TEs last year than the leader at the position (Rob Gronkowski) averaged on the season.
Source: ESPN.com
Sep 28 - 3:50 PM




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