Who's in Handcuffs?Jeff Mans Gives You the Rundown on What NFL Players Should be Handcuffed and Why?
This move corresponded to the activation of Jose Iglesias off of the DL. Considering his .198 batting average in the bigs so far this season, it is likely that Presley welcomed a trip back to Toledo, as he can work on his swing with the Mud Hens.
Vigil has been dealing with a back injury that came to light only to the Dolphins at the beginning of training camp. With an early designation on the PUP, they decided to transfer him to the reserve/non-football injury list. Regardless of designations, little should have been expected from Vigil in the fantasy world anyway.
Jordan has been dealing with an undisclosed knee injury, that in fact has been largely a mystery to the Dolphins themselves. Considering they haven't exactly been privy to it over the last month, they decided to list him as a non-football injury candidate. All things considered, Jordan should have little impact in IDP leagues this season.
This goes back to his charge of murdering a small dog in the spring of 2015. With no team looking to sign Shembo, his suspension means absolutely nothing in the football world, let alone the fantasy world.
Considered a high-priced backup, Riley just was a luxury that the Redskins could no longer afford after he lost his job to Mason Foster. Expect teams to be calling him prior to the season kicking off, as Riley is no doubt a player with talent.
This is the last thing that Cowboy fans wanted to hear especially knowing Sean Lee's laundry list of injuries. The good news is that coach Jason Garrett says the results were "positive," which means the results of the MRI were negative. This does not seem to be a serious injury but it's Sean Lee. The Cowboys can ill afford to lose any more key members of their front seven.
It is very likely that Crockett will be released by the Packers due to a severe shoulder injury which will have a lengthy recovery. This could end up having the Packers working out a settlement with Crockett.