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Panthers WLB Thomas Davis plans to retire after the 2018 season.

Davis said earlier this week he expected to take on a lesser role in 2018 and has now confirmed it will be his 14th and final NFL season. A first-round pick of the Panthers in 2005, has been a productive player in the league for over a decade, earning a pair of All-Pro selections. He's shown great resiliency, overcoming three ACL tears and countless other injuries. Davis remained an effective player in 2017, earning PFF's No. 10 grade among 4-3 outside linebackers.
Jan 12 - 4:41 PM

Jets coach Todd Bowles confirmed Quincy Enunwa (ankle) is out for Week 7 against the Vikings.

This was expected after Enunwa suffered a high-ankle sprain in Sunday's win over Indianapolis. Enunwa has been Sam Darnold's go-to target for much of the year, so this is a significant loss for the Jets. Expect Jermaine Kearse, Terrelle Pryor and Robby Anderson to all see increased workloads with Enunwa shelved in Week 7.
Oct 17 - 4:34 PM

Rams coach Sean McVay confirmed Cooper Kupp (knee) is out for Week 7 against the 49ers.

Kupp's knee injury looked much worse than it was, though he's still dealing with an MCL sprain, which is usually a multi-week injury. The second-year slot man has played well this season but the Rams still have plenty of receiving weapons including Todd Gurley, Robert Woods and Brandin Cooks. Consider Kupp week to week.
Oct 17 - 4:29 PM

T.Y. Hilton (hamstring) is practicing in full for Week 7 against the Bills.

Hilton appears to be over the hamstring injury that has sidelined him the past two weeks. His return is great news for Andrew Luck, who has dealt with a depleted receiving corps the past two weeks. Hilton gets a tough matchup against Bills corner Tre'Davious White in his first game back, but he's still worthy of WR2 consideration.
Oct 17 - 4:06 PM

Isaiah Crowell (foot) did not practice Wednesday.

Crowell was listed with an ankle injury last week, so this could be a new issue for the running back. Crowell played through whatever he was dealing with against the Colts, and we initially expect him to do the same this week.
Oct 17 - 4:00 PM

Robby Anderson (hamstring) did not practice Wednesday.

All three of Quincy Enunwa (ankle), Terrelle Pryor (groin), and Anderson didn't practice Wednesday. It's still early in the week, but this is a lot of missing firepower at wideout, as Enunwa has already been ruled out. We should have a better idea later in the week, but Jermaine Kearse is the only healthy one right now.
Oct 17 - 3:57 PM

Chris Thompson (ribs) was limited in Wednesday's practice.

Thompson was limited last Wednesday before ultimately being inactive Week 6 against the Panthers. It's too early to say if he'll play versus Dallas.
Oct 17 - 3:09 PM

Ted Ginn (knee) remained sidelined at Wednesday's practice.

Ginn missed the Week 5 win over the Redskins before the bye and still isn't ready. Tre'Quan Smith filled in admirably in Ginn's place, catching a pair of long touchdowns, including Drew Brees' 67-yard record-setting score.
Oct 17 - 3:05 PM

Paul Richardson (knee) is not practicing Wednesday.

Neither is Jamison Crowder (ankle), but it was already known he'd be sidelined until at least Friday. Richardson has battled numerous injuries through his first five games with the Skins, but he should be okay for Week 7.
Oct 17 - 3:04 PM

Coach Kyle Shanahan said Raheem Mostert over Alfred Morris "isn't permanent."

Shanahan said it worked best against the Packers because Mostert was running well. Mostert showed more in his 12 carries against the Packers than Morris has through six weeks combined. The Niners hung with Green Bay all night and had a real chance to win. They'd be wise to keep rolling with a Matt Breida-Mostert one-two punch. Morris is a total drag on the offense.
Oct 17 - 2:31 PM

Brock Osweiler will start Week 7 against the Lions.

Ryan Tannehill (shoulder) has been ruled out. Osweiler surprisingly went 28-of-44 for a career-best 380 yards and three touchdowns in the overtime win against the Bears last week. He tossed a couple picks, but that's the nature of the beast with him. The Lions don't present as tough of a matchup on paper as the Bears, but Osweiler is by no means a recommended fantasy play.

RotoGrinders.com Daily Slant: Osweiler gets the start again with Tannehill being ruled out, and gets a much better matchup in the Lions than the Bears who he shredded last week. He is still hard to trust for cash games, but at his cheap price in DFS he should be used in tournaments even if his ownership will likely increase after his big game last week.
Oct 17 - 2:21 PM

Free agent WR Rishard Matthews admitted he's unlikely to sign with a team this season.

"Probably not," Matthews said when asked if he'll sign soon. "A lot of teams are turned off by my past as if I have some criminal record. Most likely won't see me until next season." Matthews forced his way out of Tennessee after he wasn't playing enough under new OC Matt LaFleur. He's had workouts with the Jets, Cardinals, and Browns, but all have went in other directions.
Oct 17 - 2:05 PM




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