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Tennessee Titans running back Hassan Haskins (undisclosed) was removed from the commissioner's exempt list and has been returned to Injured Reserve. Haskins was placed on the commissioner's exempt list on Aug. 29, but charges were dropped on Thursday after allegations of aggravated assault stemming from his arrest over the summer. The 23-year-old will remain on Injured Reserve for the rest of the year unless the Titans decide to waive the second-year back eventually. A fourth-round pick last year, Haskins played in 15 games (one start) in 2022 and had 25 carries for 93 yards while catching 11 of 12 targets for 57 additional yards. He's obviously well off the fantasy radar in 2023.
San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan and general manager John Lynch received multi-year contract extensions on Friday, the team announced. Shanahan was previously inked through the 2025 season, while Lynch was signed through 2024. Lynch took over as the GM in 2017 and brought Shanahan over from the Atlanta Falcons in February of that same year. Despite a number of changes at quarterback, Lynch and Shanahan have found constant success and led the team to an NFC title in 2019 and an appearance in Super Bowl LIV. The duo has posted a record of 52-46 between 2017 and 2022 and have started the 2023 season with three straight wins. They've reached the conference championship three times in six seasons and posted three seasons of 10-plus wins in that span.
The Indianapolis Colts are releasing running back Deon Jackson on Saturday, according to a source, and are bringing up Trey Sermon from the practice squad for the Week 3 game against the Baltimore Ravens. Jackson got the start for the Colts in the Week 1 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars with Zack Moss still recovering from a fractured forearm and sealed his fate with 13 carries for just 14 yards, catching five of six targets for 14 yards and losing two fumbles. Moss returned last week and will work as the leader of this backfield until Jonathan Taylor (ankle) can return from the Physically Unable to Perform list. Rookie Evan Hull (knee) is out for the year with a torn meniscus, leaving Jake Funk and Sermon as the only other RBs on the roster right now.
Pittsburgh Steelers rookie tight end Darnell Washington (knee) was able to put in a full practice on Friday and won't carry an injury designation into the Week 3 game against the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday night. Washington was held out of the first practice of the week on Wednesday and was limited on Thursday. As long as Pat Freiermuth is healthy for the Steelers, the third-round rookie isn't going to have much of a role in this offense. Through his first two NFL games, Washington hasn't been targeted at all. The 22-year-old played 38 percent of the offensive snaps in the Week 1 loss to the San Francisco 49ers and 48 percent of the snaps in Monday night's win over the Cleveland Browns.
Cleveland Browns wide receiver Elijah Moore will take on the Tennessee Titans at home in Week 3. Moore has been the team's second-most targeted player through two weeks, having drawn 16 looks from Deshaun Watson. While the two have struggled to connect thus far, Moore's involvement in the offense is a good sign for his future outlook. The Titans are tough against the run but struggle to defend the pass, allowing the third-most fantasy points per game to wide receivers through two games. Moore is on the board as a flex option in Week 3.
Cleveland Browns kicker Dustin Hopkins has been a reliable kicker for the team through the first two weeks of the season, having hit five of his six field goals and his lone extra point. He will look to keep it going at home against the Tennessee Titans in Week 3. The Titans have been generous to opposing kickers thus far in 2023, allowing the 10th-most fantasy points per game to the position. Hopkins is worth a look as a top-15 fantasy kicker in Week 3.
Cleveland Browns tight end David Njoku has caught six of his seven targets for 72 scoreless yards through his first two games of the season. He could be in line for a larger role in the offense now that the team will be without Nick Chubb for the rest of the season. Njoku will face off against the Tennessee Titans at home in Week 3 in what sets up as a decent matchup for him as the Titans are allowing the 18th-most fantasy points per game to tight ends through two weeks. Njoku can be started as a low-end TE1 heading into Week 3.
The Seattle Seahawks have opened the season allowing at least 30 points in back-to-back games. They hope to turn things around in Week 3 against a Carolina Panthers team who have averaged only 13.5 points per game in the first two weeks of 2023. Seattle has ruled out defensive back Coby Jones and listed cornerback Riq Woolen as doubtful for Week 3. Safeties Julian Love and Quandre Diggs are all listed as questionable, as well. Still, after the signs of life shown last week against the Lions (three forced turnovers, two sacks, and one touchdown), the Seahawks are worth a look against a Panthers offense that has turned the ball over four times and allowed six sacks through their first two games of the season.
Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers has made three of his six field goal attempts so far this season. The ninth-year veteran will look to improve in Week 3 against the Carolina Panthers, who are averaging 22 points allowed so far in 2023. Myers has a long enough track record to be trusted in Week 3, but if he turns in another subpar performance then fantasy managers can't be shy about seeking out another option for the weeks ahead.
Seattle Seahawks tight end Noah Fant brought in all four of his targets for 56 yards in Week 2 against the Detroit Lions. It was a modest stat line but a refreshing change from being a complete non-factor in Seattle's season opener. With fellow tight end Will Dissly (shoulder) doubtful to play in Week 3 against the Carolina Panthers, Fant should see a substantial boost to his snap share. Whether that turns into meaningful fantasy production is another question as the triumvirate of DK Metcalf, Tyler Lockett, and rookie Jaxon Smith-Njigba are the priorities in Seattle's passing attack. Fant can be left on the bench for another week.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba was targeted five times in Week 1 and six times in Week 2, but he is not yet threatening the workloads of DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett. The 21-year-old has only been on the field for 58% of snaps and the targets he has seen are at an average depth of just 1.9 yards. In Week 3 against the Panthers, Smith-Njigba will line up against Jimmy Chinn or Troy Hill, who have managed most of the slot corner snaps for Carolina in the first two weeks of the season. Smith-Njigba is definitely worth holding but the only reason to start him in Week 3 is if Metcalf (ribs) is ruled out.
In the first two weeks of the new NFL season, Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett has had two wildly different games. In the season opener against the Los Angeles Rams, he was held to 10 receiving yards on two catches. Last week against the Lions, Lockett came back to life and caught eight balls for 59 yards and two touchdowns. In Week 3, the Seahawks host the Carolina Panthers, their opponent from Week 14 last season. In that matchup, Lockett caught five passes for 60 yards and a score. So far this season, the ninth-year veteran is on the field for 87% of snaps and is leading the team in targets per game. Even with Jaxon Smith-Njigba nipping at his heels, Lockett's usage dictates that he be started in Week 3.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver DK Metcalf (ribs) practiced in full on Friday after missing the previous two days. He was on the receiving end of a hard shot to the ribs on Seattle's opening drive against the Lions in Week 2. He is listed as questionable for Seattle's Week 3 game against the Carolina Panthers but is expected to play. Sunday's game is a rematch of their Week 14 showdown last season, which the Panthers won 30-24. Metcalf caught five of 10 targets for 71 yards and a touchdown in that game. Metcalf should be in starting lineups if he is active on Sunday. If he has any setbacks, Tyler Lockett and Jaxon Smith-Njigba stand to benefit the most.
So far in 2023, Seattle Seahawks running back Kenneth Walker III has been utilized as the team's featured back. After the team selected Zach Charbonnet in the second round of the NFL Draft, there was speculation that Walker's workload was under threat. The second-year player has 34 touches through the first two weeks of 2023, while Charbonnet and DeeJay Dallas have yet to break double digits. Against the Lions in Week 2, Walker only ran for 43 yards but was able to get into the end zone twice. This Sunday the Seahawks face the Carolina Panthers who have given up 264 yards on the ground so far this year. Walker is a must-start in Week 3.
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith bounced back in a big way in Week 2. After signing a three-year, $105 million contract in the offseason Smith fell flat in the Seahawks' season opener, passing for just 112 yards against the Los Angeles Rams. Last week in Detroit, the 32-year-old veteran found his groove and went 32-for-41 for 328 yards through the air and threw two touchdown passes. The Seahawks will next take on the Carolina Panthers, who held Derek Carr to 228 passing yards and intercepted him once in their Week 2 matchup on Monday night. Smith is a viable starter in Week 3 and should put up high-end QB2 numbers.
Baltimore Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey (foot) will be out of the Week 3 game against the Indianapolis Colts. The sixth-year veteran has yet to play in the 2023 season after undergoing surgery on his foot in August. In the first two weeks of the season, the Ravens' defense has only been tested by rookie quarterback CJ Stroud and Joe Burrow, whose play has been hampered by a lingering calf injury. In Week 3, the Ravens get another manageable showdown when they face off against the Colts' backup Gardner Minshew, who is 8-16 over his previous four years in the NFL. Baltimore hopes that another week of rest will get Humphrey back on the field for Week 4's intradivisional matchup against the Cleveland Browns.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Richie James (knee) will not play in Week 3 against the Chicago Bears. The 28-year-old veteran did not practice this week due to a knee injury sustained in Week 2. James has had little impact on the Chiefs' offense, registering just one catch on three targets over the first two weeks of the new season. He does serve as the team's primary punt returner, though, leaving a void on special teams that will have to be filled by one of Kansas City's other wide receivers with returning experience such as Skyy Moore or Justin Watson.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Andy Dalton will be starting against the Seattle Seahawks in Week 3 after Bryce Young (ankle) was ruled out. Dalton took first-team reps in practice all week in anticipation of Young missing the game. The 13-year veteran will be starting for his fifth different team in the last five seasons. In 2022, Dalton went 6-8 as a starter for the New Orleans Saints, throwing for 2,871 yards, 18 touchdowns, and nine interceptions. Seattle's defense has given up back-to-back 300-yard passing games in the first two weeks of the season, making Dalton worth starting in two-quarterback leagues and a viable streamer in traditional leagues with a thin wire.
New York Jets tight end Tyler Conklin led the team in receptions last week and will hope to stay productive in a Week 3 matchup against the New England Patriots. Unfortunately for Conklin, the Patriots have allowed the second-fewest fantasy points to opposing tight ends so far this season. It's possible that Conklin continues to be a trustworthy target for quarterback Zach Wilson and thus is a name worth monitoring, but there are likely better options available on most fantasy waiver wires.
New York Jets wide receiver Garrett Wilson was able to salvage his Week 2 performance with a 68-yard touchdown, and will likely need another big play to have a strong fantasy showing against the New England Patriots in Week 3. Wilson was only able to secure two of his eight targets last week as many of his looks were uncatchable passes thrown by Zach Wilson. With Sunday's divisional matchup having the lowest projected point total of the week, it's difficult to rely on the young receiver to post significant fantasy production. That being said, Wilson has proven that he is talented enough to overcome his situation and can be started as a WR3 or flex option.
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