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Robert Ayers Headshot

Robert Ayers (ankle) was ruled out for Week 7.

Ayers has been sidelined since Week 2, and will miss yet another game for the Buccaneers due to his ankle injury. The team was hopeful of getting the veteran pass rusher back for this Sunday, but that will have to wait at least one more week.
15 minutes ago
Cecil Shorts Headshot

Cecil Shorts (hamstring) is likely to return in Week 7.

Shorts was active for the first two games of the season, but saw no targets in Week 1 and caught 1-of-2 for 12 yards in Week 2. The veteran receiver has been out with a hamstring issue over the past four weeks, but is expected to get back on the field Sunday against the 49ers. With Vincent Jackson's placement on IR, Shorts could see a bit more run in the Buccs' offense.
18 minutes ago
Mohamed Sanu Headshot

Falcons removed Mohamed Sanu from their injury report.

Sanu has been dealing with a groin injury at Falcons' practice this week, but this makes it very clear that he expected to be on the field Sunday against the Chargers. Sanu has been targeted 16 times by quarterback Matt Ryan over the past two games, coming up with eight receptions for 90 yards and a score during that span.
32 minutes ago
Danny Green Headshot

Danny Green has been diagnosed with a quad strain.

Green's injury didn't seem to be an issue before it was, which now has him expected to miss up to three weeks. Kyle Anderson and Manu Ginobili are his replacements and both should see ample time on the court.
45 minutes ago
Chasson Randle Headshot

Knicks released Chasson Randle.

Former Wichita State guard Ron Baker won the last spot over Randle as he was released on Friday. Randle stood out during Summer League which is why he received the chance to make the Knicks in the first place. Randle is currently recovering from an orbital fracture so he can't play right now anyways. We wish him the best and hope to see him make it to the association one day.
49 minutes ago
Nerlens Noel Headshot

Nerlens Noel (knee) will undergo surgery in the next week.

The surgery is minor and shouldn't cause too much concern. Noel hasn't been the most trustworthy player in recent years as he's suffered a handful of injuries that's kept him out for extended periods of time. Even when he does eventually return to action, he'll likely be a 6th-man for the 76ers unless they look to deal him. He possesses the most fantasy value on another team other than Philadelphia.
54 minutes ago
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