Fantastic news for the Titans who couldn't get much going without their star tight-end yesterday. Delanie Walker will need to play next Sunday against the Texans if the Titans want any chance of winning that game. Follow up on his news through out the week since he's a top tier fantasy league play, along with a middle of the pack price play lately on daily sites.
It hasn't been long since Austin Seferian-Jenkins release from the Buccaneers for a DUI charge, but the Jets have managed to add a tight-end which should slide right into the starting role for them. With the current tight-end depth chart looking like Kellen Davis and Brandon Bostick, it's news to definitely keep an eye on over the course of the next few weeks.
A day after another Bears loss, it's shown that Jay Cutler may be able to play in week four against the Lions. Though, John Fox could very much not play Cutler since Brian Hoyer didn't have a half bad game on Sunday Night Football. Look for reports to develop over the week on Cutlers' thumb.
Great news for the Cardinals, even after a terrible loss to the Bills. Michael Floyd is one of the main relievers for Palmer and the Cards, so having him out would only put more pressure on Fitzgerald, Brown, and Johnson. If Floyd isn't able to play in week four this look for Jaron Brown to receive more snaps in his absence.
After dealing with multiple issues it's clear now that Colby Rasmus will be looking into getting treatment. After an up and down season, it's looking like Rasmus will be shut down for the rest of the season. Jake Marisnick and Tony Kemp will continue getting outfield time in his absence.
That's right fantasy football players, the touchdown king himself is close to rejoining the active list for the Bengals. Having missing the first three weeks of the season, both fantasy owners and the Bengals will be grateful to have him back playing. If another fantasy owner was impatient and dropped him, we highly recommend you picking him up as he's a Gronk 2.0
After leaving Sundays game with a thumb injury from an awkward slide into third base, it's confirmed that the Nats will indeed hold Bryce Harper out of the lineup Monday. Chris Heisey will likely start in Harper's place for Monday's game against the Dbacks.
After leaving week three's game with a high ankle sprain, Bashaud Breeland will be monitored at practice this coming week to find the extent of his injury. Greg Toler and Dashaun Phillips will need to step up to slide into the starting cornerbacks slot.