Former T-Wolf Rudez will make the roster for the Magic.
Wow. So many people have waited their whole entire lives to see what just happened. Obviously they want 4 more wins, but this is a great moment for Chicago and for baseball.
Calderon will likely be the Veteran leadership for the Lakers this year. They will be happy to have him healthy to start the year with all the young talent on the roster.
Thankfully the Bills will have their star back for this weeks game, but it looks like he will be limited. Expect Gillislee to pick up some extra carries this weekend.
Interesting news for fantasy this week as it looks like Jones will be covered by Norman all day Sunday. This could negatively effect his numbers and it may be wise to look for other options.
Lewis has continued to deal with knee problems since last November. He tore his ACL last November and started the season on the PUP list, it looks like he will need a little more time to prepare before he is back on the field.
Gonzales had Tommy John surgery about six months ago and his recovery is progressing as expected. While not an elite prospect, he's a southpaw that should help the Cards at some point during the 2017 season, either as a starter or out of the bullpen. He missed the entire 2016 season with the elbow injury.
Dark days for the Jets. Fitzpatrick has been nothing short of abysmal through his first six games this season, leading the league in interceptions with 11, while throwing only five touchdowns, and also having the dubious honor of owning the worst passer rating in football at 63.4. It's hard to anticipate Geno Smith being much of an upgrade, and he failed to impress while replacing Fitzpatrick last week, going 4-6 for 31 yards with an interception and a fumble. Should he fail to impress, the Jets could look to the likes of sophomore QB Bryce Petty and second-round rookie Christian Hackenberg. Those in standard leagues should stay far, far away from this situation.
With both Erin Henderson and Darron Lee out for this weeks game, the Jets have added linebacker Julian Stanford for their upcoming contest against the Ravens. He'll be thrown right into the fire, which is good news for the Ravens offensive attack.