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  • Player Notes
    San Francisco 49ers Sep 23 1:00pm ET

    The San Francisco 49ers signed pass-rusher Ziggy Ansah on Wednesday and promoted defensive lineman Dion Jordan to the active roster after they placed defensive ends Nick Bosa (knee) and Solomon Thomas (knee) on Injured Reserve. San Francisco is bringing in some replacements with Dee Ford (back) also out for Week 3 against the Giants. Ansah and Jordan will try to pick up the slack alongside Arik Armstead, DJ Jones and rookie Javon Kinlaw, but the Niners defense lost the heart and soul of their pass rush with Bosa. It'll make them a little less attractive in season-long leagues, but the 49ers Defense is still worth trotting out there in fantasy lineups this Sunday against a Giants offense now missing Saquon Barkley and Sterling Shepard, arguably their two best offensive weapons.

    From RotoBaller

    Carson Wentz Sep 23 12:50pm ET

    Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz has a great matchup on paper in Week 3 against the Cincinnati Bengals, but the Eagles offense has been such a mess this season that it's hard to trust him as anything more than a mid-range QB2. Wentz will have more upside than most other quarterbacks in that range, but fantasy managers in standard 12-team formats may find safer starting bets on the waiver wire this week. It stands to reason that the Eagles offense won't be this bad all year, but it's hard to predict when things will come together for them. They've struggled to the point that the artificial crowd noise actually booed Wentz in Week 2.

    From RotoBaller

    Tyrod Taylor Sep 23 12:50pm ET

    It's unlikely that Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Tyrod Taylor (lung) will be 100 percent healthy for the Week 3 game against the Panthers. Taylor experienced chest pain from a pregame injection for his ribs before the Week 2 game against the Chiefs and was taken to the hospital, paving the way for rookie Justin Herbert to make his first NFL appearance in the overtime loss to Kansas City. Herbert could make his second start this Sunday after looking strong in Week 2. Doctors have advised Taylor not to play "indefinitely" after he suffered a punctured lung from his pain-killing injection. If Herbert plays well again this weekend against a shaky Carolina defense, he could take over the starting gig moving forward. Consider the rookie from Oregon a low-end QB2 option in superflex leagues if he gets another start.

    From RotoBaller

    Sterling Shepard Sep 23 12:40pm ET

    The New York Giants placed wide receiver Sterling Shepard (toe) on Injured Reserve on Wednesday. Shepard will miss at least the next three weeks with his turf-toe injury. It was a rough Week 2 for the G-Men, as they lost Shepard for at least three weeks and star running back Saquon Barkley (knee) for the rest of the year. Darius Slayton, Golden Tate and tight end Evan Engram will be quarterback Daniel Jones' top three receiving targets until Shepard is healthy enough to return. Damion Ratley and CJ Board will compete for No. 3 receiver duties, but they can be ignored for fantasy purposes. Jones seems to like targeting Slayton, so he should be the preferred flex play over Tate.

    From RotoBaller

    Devonta Freeman Sep 23 10:05am ET

    New York Giants running back Devonta Freeman, who signed a one-year deal worth up to $3 million on Tuesday, will officially sign his contract Wednesday morning and then practice with the team, and he could play as soon as this Sunday against the 49ers. Freeman reportedly turned down more money elsewhere because he like the opportunity with the Giants the most. He'll try to help replace Saquon Barkley (knee), who was lost for the year in Week 2. The 28-year-old should be a high waiver priority this week for those that lost Barkley or another running back last week, but he may be slow to get going as he learns this offense. The matchup against the Niners isn't the greatest, either. Expect to see more of Dion Lewis and Wayne Gallman this week.

    Darren Waller Sep 23 1:20am ET

    Las Vegas Raiders tight end Darren Waller, who had 12 catches on a whopping 16 targets for 103 yards and a touchdown in the Monday night win over the Saints, had at least one reception from all four skill-position alignments. The breakdown was as follows: Fourteen routes at tight end (six catches, 44 yards and a TD), 12 routes from the slot (four catches, 37 yards), two routes as a wideout (one catch, 13 yards) and one route out of the backfield (one catch, nine yards). More than 52 percent of his 1,145 receiving yards in 2019 came after the catch, too. Only George Kittle had more yards after the catch. Waller has 586 receiving yards since Week 13 of last year. He's the real deal and is a must-start, high-end TE1 in fantasy. "It's been a long time since we've seen a guy like this," Patriots head coach Bill Belichick said. "He's definitely more than a receiver playing tight end." The Pats will look to contain Waller in Week 3.

    From RotoBaller

    Rob Gronkowski Sep 23 1:10am ET

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians said he's "not really" surprised that tight end Rob Gronkowski has just four targets in the first two games of the season. His lone target in the Week 2 win over the Panthers was intercepted. "We're not throwing the ball 50 times to the tight ends. That's what we have receivers for, that's the way our offense is built. Gronk's playing great run blocking in the fourth quarter, so I'm not concerned with his pass catches or his targets," Arians said. The 31-year-old is competing with a lot of aerial playmakers in Tampa, so he won't see close to the target share he saw in his prime with Tom Brady in New England. And as long as Gronk continues to block well, he may only get a handful of looks per game. He's become a low-end TE2 that's droppable in shallow leagues.

    From RotoBaller

    Blake Countess Sep 22 8:53pm ET

    Free-agent DBs Blake Countess (Jets), Mark McLaurin (Giants), Obi Melifonwu (Patriots), Tyvis Powell (Broncos) and Abraham Wallace (Bills) tried out for the Indianapolis Colts Tuesday, Sept. 22.

    From TheHuddle

    Devonta Freeman Sep 22 8:33pm ET

    Updating a previous story, free-agent RB Devonta Freeman (Falcons) officially agreed to a one-year deal worth up to $3 million with the New York Giants Tuesday, Sept. 22.

    Fantasy Spin: It may take Freeman a couple weeks to get fully up to speed but he should eventually control the bulk of the touches out of the Giants' backfield. His dual-threat abilities should allow him to be a FLEX option most weeks.

    From TheHuddle

    Trevor Siemian Sep 22 7:53pm ET

    Tennessee Titans LB Daren Bates, WR Cameron Batson, PK Tucker McCann and QB Trevor Siemian were designated as protected practice squad players Tuesday, Sept. 22.

    From TheHuddle

    Jayrone Elliott Sep 22 7:43pm ET

    Pittsburgh Steelers WR Deon Cain, LB Jayrone Elliott, DE Henry Mondeaux and RB Wendell Smallwood were named as the team's protected practice squad players for Week 3 Tuesday, Sept. 22.

    From TheHuddle

    DeAndre Washington Sep 22 7:23pm ET

    Kansas City Chiefs DB Chris Lammons and RB DeAndre Washington were named as protected practice squad players Tuesday, Sept. 22.

    From TheHuddle

    Garrett Gilbert Sep 22 7:13pm ET

    Cleveland Browns QB Garrett Gilbert, RB Dontrell Hilliard, PK Matthew McCrane and OT Greg Senat were placed on the team's Week 3 protection list Tuesday, Sept. 22.

    From TheHuddle

    Rashard Robinson Sep 22 7:13pm ET

    Dallas Cowboys DB Deante Burton, DE Ron'Dell Carter, DB Rashard Robinson and OT Eric Smith were named to the Week 3 protection list Tuesday, Sept. 22.

    From TheHuddle

    Devin Smith Sep 22 7:13pm ET

    Houston Texans C Greg Mancz, DB Jonathan Owens, RB C.J. Prosise and WR Devin Smith were named to the Week 3 protection list Tuesday, Sept. 22.

    From TheHuddle

    Edmond Robinson Sep 22 7:03pm ET

    Atlanta Falcons QB Kurt Benkert, P Cameron Nizialek, LB Edmond Robinson and WR Chris Rowland were named the team's protected practice squad players Tuesday, Sept. 22.

    From TheHuddle

    Brandon Allen Sep 22 7:03pm ET

    Cincinnati Bengals DE Freedom Akinmoladun, QB Brandon Allen, WR Stanley Morgan and G Keaton Sutherland were named as the team's protected practice squad players Tuesday, Sept. 22.

    From TheHuddle

    Sep 22 6:53pm ET

    Pittsburgh Steelers NT Daniel McCullers terminated his practice squad contract Tuesday, Sept. 22.

    From TheHuddle

    Muhammad Wilkerson Sep 22 6:53pm ET

    Free-agent DE Muhammad Wilkerson (Packers) had his suspension lifted by commissioner Roger Goodell Tuesday, Sept. 22.

    From TheHuddle

    Paul Perkins Sep 22 6:53pm ET

    Free-agent RBs Paul Perkins (Ravens), Karan Higdon (Texans) and Austin Walter (Giants) are among the running backs trying out for the San Francisco 49ers.

    From TheHuddle

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