Fantasy Football Deep Cuts - Week 1 (Video)
Brandon Marianne Lee gives you some players that could still be floating around free agency after your leagues waiver wire period passes.
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S. Coley - WR
The Giants claimed Coley off waivers Wednesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Coley was waived by the Vikings following their Week 2 tie with the Packers. He played four games for them last year as a rookie to go along with the first contests this season, but has yet to record the his first career reception. He projects a special teams contributor in New York, while also providing depth at receiver.
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J. Jones - DB
Jones (ankle) was estimated to be a limited practice participant Wednesday, Michael Cohen of The Athletic reports.
The Packers don't actually practice Wednesdays, but it's still a positive step as Jones sat out the first two games and has not practiced over the last couple weeks. Once the second-year safety actually steps onto the practice field Thursday there should be a better indication about a potential return for Week 3.
Added 7:22 pm (EST)
R. Hill - OT
Hill (foot) did not practice Wednesday.
Hill's injury, earlier believed to be an ankle sprain, is listed as a foot injury to begin Week 3. Though the severity of Hill's injury remains undisclosed it seems to be a genuine possibility that the 26-year-old may not suit up against the Bills on Sunday. If Hill misses any time, Brian O'Neill will serve as Minnesota's primary right tackle.
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D. Burton - DB
Burton was waived by the Packers on Wednesday, according to the team's official site.
Burton was cut in order to make room for running back Aaron Jones, who was activated from exempt status. Burton was claimed off waivers from the Falcons on Sept. 11 and was inactive for Green Bay's Week 2 game against the Vikings.
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M. Sherels - DB
Sherels (ribs) did not participate in Wednesday's practice.
The injury Sherels suffered in Sunday's bout against the Packers was initially diagnosed as a chest injury, but now appears to have to do with the veteran's ribs. A timetable for Sherels' return has yet to be given, but as long as the 30-year-old remains sidelined expect Mike Hughes to serve as the Vikings' primary kick and punt returner.
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M. Pierce - DL
Pierce is dealing with a foot injury and sat out Wednesday's practice, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.
Pierce -- who played in 38 percent of the team's defensive snaps Thursday against the Bengals -- seemingly injured his foot during the contest, though the extent of his injury is unknown. We'll continue to monitor his status as the week progresses, but if he's unable to go, expect Chris Wormley to see an increased workload.
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M. Lynch - RB
Lynch (shoulder) was a limited practice participant Wednesday, Matt Kawahara of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Lynch was also listed with a shoulder injury last week, managing a limited practice Wednesday before upgrading to full participation Thursday and Friday. There isn't any reason to believe he's in danger of missing Sunday's game in Miami.
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E. Griffen - DL
Griffen (knee) did not practice Wednesday.
Griffen managed to play against the Packers in Week 2, logging two tackles and half a sack, despite nursing a toe injury. The veteran defensive end now appears to be working through a knee issue of undisclosed severity, but more information about Griffen's health should be made available as the week continues. For the time being, Griffen should be considered questionable to suit up for Sunday's game against Buffalo.
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