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Jerry Jones said SS Xavier Woods (hamstring) could return this week.

Dallas' defense has played well the first two weeks even with Woods sidelined by a hamstring injury, but getting him back would be a boost. Jones also expects DE Randy Gregory (concussion) to return this week.
Sep 18 - 10:41 AM

Jerry Jones expects DE Randy Gregory (concussion) to play Week 3 against the Seahawks.

Gregory sat out Sunday night's game because of the head injury, but he has already been cleared to practice. Barring any setbacks -- or long-rumored suspensions -- he should be ready to play in Seattle.
Sep 18 - 10:39 AM

Bears coach Matt Nagy said Tarik Cohen's ankle injury is not a concern.

Cohen left Monday night's game in the fourth quarter, but Nagy said he was dancing in the locker room after the win. He should be ready to face the Cardinals in Week 3. Unfortunately, he has a disappointing 13 touches through two weeks.
Sep 18 - 10:21 AM

Titans re-signed WR Nick Williams.

Williams probably would have made the team out of camp if not for a hamstring injury. He should help out on special teams. Tennessee waived TE Anthony Firkser and WR Cameron Batson in corresponding moves.
Sep 18 - 10:06 AM

The Inquirer's Jeff McLane reports the Eagles are not expected to add a receiver this week.

Perhaps that means Alshon Jeffery (shoulder) will return to face the Colts, but Doug Pederson called him "week to week" on Monday. If he sits, the No. 2 job likely will fall to Kamar Aiken, who played 78 percent of the snaps in Week 2. He is a name to know in deep leagues.
Sep 18 - 9:52 AM

Falcons DE Takk McKinley is dealing with a groin injury.

McKinley picked up the issue late in the win over the Panthers on Sunday. Coach Dan Quinn did not reveal the severity of the injury, but it would be a big blow if McKinley is forced to miss any time. The sophomore already has two sacks this season.
Sep 18 - 9:28 AM

Steelers RG David DeCastro (broken hand) is not sure when he will return.

DeCastro sat out Week 2, his first missed game since 2013, because of a broken hand. "It’s one of those things where you just try to do everything in your best power that day to heal it and you see where you are the next day and see if you can play," DeCastro said. "Ultimately, if I can do it, I’ll go. If I can’t, I can’t." B.J. Finney will continue to fill in if DeCastro cannot play Monday night in Tampa.
Sep 18 - 9:27 AM

Speaking after the Week 2 loss to the Bears, coach Pete Carroll said Chris Carson didn't get any second-half touches because he was "gassed" from playing special teams.

Okay. Maybe don't play your best running back on special teams then. Anyway, Carroll added he wanted to see what rookie Rashaad Penny could do with a bigger workload. The answer to that question? Not much. Penny was even worse, rushing 10 times for 30 yards, while dropping a pass and catching none. Meanwhile, Carson averaged a respectable 4.0 YPC in the first half only to never see the ball again. The Seahawks are a mess, especially on offense.
Sep 18 - 12:50 AM

Anthony Miller caught 2-of-3 targets for 11 yards and one touchdown in the Bears' Week 2 win over the Seahawks.

Miller's touchdown came from 10 yards out on a fine play by Mitchell Trubisky to throw with his right while running left. Still, Miller is deep down the totem pole for targets in what is currently an ugly passing offense. He has five grabs for 25 yards and the score through two games. Leave him on the wire.
Sep 18 - 12:19 AM

Taylor Gabriel caught 4-of-7 targets for 30 yards in the Bears' Week 2 win over the Seahawks.

The seven targets were easily second-most on the team but a distant second to Allen Robinson's 14. Gabriel has nine grabs for a meager 55 yards through two games. He's well off the fantasy map ahead of Week 3 at Arizona.
Sep 18 - 12:15 AM

Will Dissly caught 3-of-5 targets for 42 yards and one touchdown in the Seahawks' Week 2 loss to the Bears.

Dissly did most of his damage and caught his short touchdown on the meaningless stat-padding final drive. But, hey, they all count the same in fantasy. He's now turned 10 targets into a 6-147-2 line through two games. Dissly is locked in as the Seahawks' top pass-catching tight end for the foreseeable future and gets a decent matchup at home with the Cowboys in Week 3.
Sep 18 - 12:13 AM

Trey Burton caught all four of his targets for 20 yards and one touchdown in the Bears' Week 2 win over the Seahawks.

He caught his first target for a three-yard score on a shovel pass to kick off the scoring in this one. Other than that, it was another quiet night for Burton, who has 36 yards and the score on 10 targets through two games. Allen Robinson has 21 targets in that span as the Bears' clear No. 1 pass-game option. Burton will remain a TE1 next week in Arizona only because of positional weakness. The good news is the Cardinals have surrendered a TD to a TE each of the first two games.
Sep 18 - 12:09 AM

Brandon Marshall caught 4-of-6 targets for 44 yards in the Seahawks' Week 2 loss to the Bears.

He saw all of his targets in the first half. Marshall was really the only one to produce any offense for the Seahawks before the break, accounting for 44 of Russell Wilson's 68 pass yards. Marshall is going to need touchdowns to be a fantasy producer. He has 90 yards receiving through two games. Marshall will be a TD-or-bust WR4/5 next week at home against the lowly Cowboys.
Sep 18 - 12:08 AM

Tarik Cohen rushed four times for eight yards and caught a 17-yard pass on his lone target in the Bears' Week 2 win over the Seahawks.

Cohen exited late in the fourth quarter with an ankle injury. The severity is unknown. Cohen was talked up as a "Tyreek Hill" type player over the summer but has been anything but through two games, logging eight touches for 41 yards in Week 1 and the five for 25 yards in this one. He has no business being in fantasy lineups at the moment. Not until he shows to have a bigger role.
Sep 18 - 12:03 AM

Tyler Lockett caught 5-of-7 targets for 60 yards and one touchdown in the Seahawks' Week 2 loss to the Bears.

Lockett now has 3-59-1 and 5-60-1 lines to open the season. Both touchdowns took big plays to score, as Lockett made a near-impossible grab draped in CB Kyle Fuller's coverage in the back corner of the end zone from 19 yards out in this one. Fuller should have been flagged for interference but it didn't matter. Lockett is very boom-or-bust-ish but gets a tasty date with the Cowboys at home in Week 3. He'll be on the WR4 radar for that one.
Sep 17 - 11:59 PM



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