Latest Headlines

Bucs OC Todd Monken said sophomore WR Chris Godwin has earned the right to start.

Godwin showed out when given a shot as a rookie, turning 55 targets into 34 catches for 525 yards and a score. It would make sense for the Bucs to get him more work, but his path to targets is blocked by Mike Evans and DeSean Jackson as well as a quality duo at tight end. The coaching staff should find a way to get him on the field in three-wide sets, but it is unlikely Godwin returns redraft value this season without an injury. That said, he is a great hold in Dynasty formats, especially with Jackson potentially entering his final season in Tampa.
May 17 - 1:02 PM

Carson Wentz (back) was upgraded to full practice on Thursday.

Wentz was limited by a back injury to start the week but returned to full participation only a day later. He'll be in the QB1 discussion Sunday against Carolina.
Oct 18 - 3:37 PM

Gerald McCoy (calf) did not practice Wednesday or Thursday.

It's an ominous development after McCoy left last week's loss early. Already the worst defense in the league by a mile, you can imagine how bad the unit would be without its best player.
Oct 18 - 3:32 PM

Evan Engram (knee) is practicing in full for Week 7.

Engram appeared close to a Week 6 return, so we fully expect him to be out there for Monday Night Football after 11 additional days of rest. Engram will be returning to a crowded, dysfunctional offense. Sterling Shepard and Saquon Barkley have been soaking up checkdowns from a washed Eli Manning. Hopefully Engram can get back in on the action. He will be a low-end TE1 for Week 7.
Oct 18 - 3:04 PM

The Raiders have been fined $20,000 for improperly designating Kelechi Osemele as "questionable" on last week's injury report when he failed to make the team's trip to London.

Players are supposed to be designated as "out" if they don't make the trip, obviously. The shenanigans did not gain much of a #CompetitiveAdvantage for coach Jon Gruden as his team got beat down 27-3 across the pond. The Raiders are not doing anything right in 2018.
Oct 18 - 3:01 PM

Isaiah Crowell (foot) was officially "DNP" on Thursday.

The assembled media thought Crowell was practicing, but he did not do enough to earn a "limited" tag. His Week 7 status against the Vikings is genuinely uncertain. A limited day on Friday would have Crowell on track to suit up.
Oct 18 - 2:28 PM

Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill refuted a report that the team would consider trading CB Patrick Peterson.

The rebuilding Cardinals could look to move some of their veterans at the trade deadline but from the looks of it, Peterson won't be a part of that exodus. "I've seen the speculation," said Bidwill. "But it's not happening." Perhaps Arizona would reconsider if the right offer came along but as of now, it sounds like the stud corner is staying put.
Source: NFL.com
Oct 18 - 2:00 PM

Dolphins coach Adam Gase said the team is not looking at "surgical options" for Ryan Tannehill (shoulder).

He's sitting again this week and reportedly faces an "uphill challenge" to play in Week 8. Tannehill's shoulder injury is obviously more serious than initially thought, though the Dolphins are confident he won't require surgery. Brock Osweiler will continue to fill in at quarterback for Miami.
Oct 18 - 1:15 PM

Justin Houston (hamstring) did not practice Thursday.

He was also out Wednesday, suggesting he is on the way to a second missed game in a row. Dee Ford has been outstanding this season, but Kansas City's pass rush is a concern with Houston sidelined.
Oct 18 - 12:51 PM

Eric Berry (heel) did not practice Thursday.

Berry has not practiced yet this season. Ron Parker and Jordan Lucas started at safety for the Chiefs last week, but it looks like they will get Eric Murray back this week.
Oct 18 - 12:50 PM

Theo Riddick (knee) did not practice Thursday.

Riddick also sat out Wednesday, so it looks unlikely he will be ready to face the Dolphins this week. Riddick sitting would finally force the Lions to move Kerryon Johnson into a more featured role.
Oct 18 - 12:41 PM

T.Y. Hilton (hamstring) is expected to practice Thursday.

Hilton said his hamstring responded well after a full session on Wednesday. "Feeling good," Hilton said. "Taking it one day at a time. There's no need to rush it." Hilton looks on track to face the Bills.
Oct 18 - 12:35 PM




Highest Searched Players over the last 7 days


Video Center

  •  
    Player News: Week 7

    Player News: Week 7
  •  
    Dose: Hilton expected back

    Dose: Hilton expected back
  •  
    Digging for a Trade?

    Digging for a Trade?
  •  
    Dose: Freeman to IR

    Dose: Freeman to IR
  •  
    Dose: Rodgers plays hero again

    Dose: Rodgers plays hero again
  •  
    Dose: Gurley

    Dose: Gurley's big day
  •  
    Silva: Week 6 Matchups

    Silva: Week 6 Matchups
  •  
    Dose: Wentz dominates NYG

    Dose: Wentz dominates NYG