Ty Montgomery Headshot

Ty Montgomery is not longer listed on the Week 9 injury report.

Added 11/04/16 4:26 pm (EST)   Source
Ty Montgomery was listed as questionable this week. Him coming off the injury report is great news for the Packers. The Packers face the Colts who rank 28th in points allowed to running backs. The last time Montgomery was fully healthy (Week 7), he averaged 6.7 yards on nine carries. This makes Montgomery a great value option in daily and usable in season long leagues.
Dante Fowler Headshot

Fowler is looking to have a breakout season in 2017 now that he is fully healthy, Jeremy Bergman of NFL.com reports. "The [2015] ACL injury is out my head, mentally. It's hard to believe it's been two years," Fowler said. "The coolest thing about it is the progress I see while we're doing the conditioning work. I'm seeing how strong I'm getting and the explosiveness coming from my knee. It's a really cool thing."

Added Yesterday 1:15 pm (EST)
Fowler missed his entire rookie season due to a torn ACL but returned to the field in 2016, recording four sacks and 32 tackles in 16 games. He now heads into training camp completely healthy for the first time in his career with a sharpened burst and agility. All this considered, as long as he can stay healthy, Fowler could be in line for his best season yet.
Jeff Allen Headshot

Allen is looking to return to form this season after a disappointing 2016 campaign, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.

Added Yesterday 12:19 pm (EST)
Allen took a step back in his first season at Houston due to lingering injuries and a position change. However, after undergoing offseason ankle surgery, the 27-year-old is aiming for a bounce-back year. In addition to noting that his ankle feels better, Allen has spent the offseason changing his diet, which has helped him lose over 20 pounds. The veteran is very optimistic that he'll be able to bolster the Texans' ground game in 2017.
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