Waiver Wire: Week 7

Waiver Wire: Week 7
Raymond Summerlin checks in on Marlon Mack, Marquise Goodwin and the best waiver adds for Week 7 of the fantasy football season.
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Ed Dickson (quad, NFI) will practice when the Seahawks come off their bye in Week 8 and could return against the Lions.

Speaking Tuesday, coach Pete Carroll apparently sounded more optimistic about Dickson's status than K.J. Wright's. With Nick Vannett dealing with a bulky back, Dickson's return would be a boost for the Seahawks' undermanned offense. Dickson would start out as a low-end TE2 in fantasy.
Oct 16 - 4:26 PM

Although WLB K.J. Wright (knee) will practice when the Seahawks come off their bye in Week 8, he is considered unlikely to return against the Lions.

Wright apparently had a setback some time in September but has "had a couple really good days" of late, according to coach Pete Carroll. Wright "ran hard" in Week 6. He's week to week with perhaps Week 9 or 10 his most likely date for return.
Oct 16 - 4:23 PM

Raiders coach Jon Gruden admits the team is concerned about Marshawn Lynch's groin injury, and that it could be a long-term issue.

Yikes. It sounds like Lynch will be seeing some doctors during the Raiders' Week 7 bye. Ageless Lynch has a been rare bright spot for Jon Gruden's unmitigated disaster of a team so far this season. His loss would be massive on offense.
Oct 16 - 4:06 PM

Raiders released LB Derrick Johnson.

35-year-old Johnson started Week 1, but the Raiders quickly realized his legs were gone. He had played more than 20 snaps in a game just once since Week 2. Johnson was an All Pro-type player for the Chiefs during his prime, but twin Achilles' tears sapped his explosion as he aged. It was always a poor plan for the Raiders to feature him this season.
Oct 16 - 4:04 PM

49ers signed QB Tom Savage.

The NFL's "meritocracy" strikes again. The 49ers have wanted to add a third quarterback since Jimmy Garoppolo was lost for the season. For some reason they have settled on Savage, one of the worst quarterbacks we have ever seen take regular snaps in the NFL. Savage has zero movement skills or accuracy. It would be pure cataclysm for the 49ers were he forced into a game behind C.J. Beathard. Considering the reckless nature of Beathard's game, Savage could certainly see snaps. Second-year UDFA Nick Mullens is the other quarterback on the roster.
Oct 16 - 3:54 PM

Browns waived/injured LB James Burgess.

What it really means is the Browns are sending Burgess to injured reserve after he suffered a hamstring injury against the Chargers. It's a shame for a player who would have seen first-team reps in Joe Schobert's (hamstring) absence. A third-year UDFA, Burgess had played 76 snaps so far this season after a shaky 2017.
Oct 16 - 3:32 PM

Browns promoted WR Da'Mari Scott from the practice squad.

A 23-year-old UDFA out of Fresno State, Scott caught six balls for 86 yards during the preseason. Typically, he would not be in line for any snaps on offense, but the Browns are in a true crisis situation at wideout. Scott could get some run against the Bucs.
Oct 16 - 3:30 PM

Rams signed WR Nick Williams.

Coach Sean McVay knows journeyman Williams from his days in Washington. He will round out the Rams' receiver corps while Cooper Kupp (knee) is on the mend. Williams is highly unlikely to see targets on offense.
Oct 16 - 2:56 PM
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