Overview

Recent Player Notes

  • Wed, Sep 17Recent News
    • Jordan Cameron (shoulder) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
      Advice: It's an improvement from last week, when Cameron didn't practice at all. Cameron remains questionable for Week 3, but is now on track to return for Sunday's matchup with the Ravens.
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Sun, Sep 14
    • Jordan Cameron (shoulder) is inactive for Week 2 against the Saints.
      Advice: Cameron aggravated his AC joint injury in the opener against the Steelers and missed practice all week. The Browns are giving him a rest in hopes of having him right for Week 3. Gary Barnidge and Jim Dray will fill in at tight end. Also inactive for the Browns are OLB Barkevious Mingo (shoulder), Ben Tate (knee), WR LaRon Byrd, CB Pierre Desir, NT Ishmaa'ily Kitchen, and DE John Hughes.
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Fri, Sep 12
    • Browns coach Mike Pettine said Friday that he's still "holding hope" Jordan Cameron (shoulder, questionable) will play Sunday against the Saints despite missing practice all this week.
      Advice: As the injury has dogged Cameron since August, it would probably be in fantasy owners' best interest for the Browns to hold out Cameron for at least one game in order to get the shoulder right. We still suspect Cameron is on the doubtful side of questionable. He may come down to a game-time decision.
      More: Nate Ulrich on Twitter
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Thu, Sep 11
    • Walk-year TE Jordan Cameron is expected to play out the final year of his contract.
      Advice: Both sides had been hoping to reach a deal before the season started, but it didn't happen. It means Cameron will be a prime candidate for the franchise tag in the offseason. Cameron's Week 2 status remains unclear after his shoulder injury held him out of Wednesday and Thursday's practices.
      More: Cleveland Plain Dealer
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Wed, Sep 10
    • Jordan Cameron called himself "all good" after an MRI on his shoulder only showed a sprained AC joint.
      Advice: The news was positive, but Cameron's shoulder has been an issue since training camp. "Yeah, it's all good," he insisted. "Right now, it's just a day-by-day thing. Just seeing how it feels when I wake up, and we'll go from there." Cameron insists the shoulder injuries aren't "chronic," deeming the aggravation "kind of an unlucky deal." Cameron is questionable for Week 2. Fantasy owners shouldn't mind if the Browns hold him out against the Saints in an effort to keep Cameron healthy for a sustained stretch.
      More: Cleveland Plain Dealer
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Sun, Sep 7
    • Jordan Cameron's shoulder injury is an aggravation of the sprained AC joint he suffered in training camp.
      Advice: Cameron went down in the third quarter of Sunday's loss. Cameron "doesn't know" how serious the injury might be. He missed roughly 10 days of camp when the issue first popped up in early August. It's an ominous development for an offense that has precious few receiving threats as it awaits word on Josh Gordon's (suspension) status. For now, Cameron should be considered day to day. He's a clear top-five fantasy tight end whenever he takes the field.
      More: Nate Ulrich on Twitter
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Wed, Sep 17Recent News
    • Vernon Davis (ankle) did not practice Wednesday.
      Advice: Davis remains on crutches, and appears to be highly questionable for Week 3 against the Cardinals. He didn't suffer any structural damage last Sunday night, but Davis is dealing with a deep bruise. Fantasy owners need to be making other arrangements. Jared Cook, Travis Kelce, and Niles Paul are all options.
      More: Cam Inman on Twitter
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Tue, Sep 16
    • A source tells CSN Bay Area that Vernon Davis has avoided a significant left ankle injury.
      Advice: Davis' Monday MRI revealed a deep bruise and no structural damage, meaning he could suit up for Sunday's Week 3 game against the Cardinals. It sounds like a mild, "low" kind of sprain. If Davis does have to sit a game out, the 49ers may have to turn to Derek Carrier at tight end with Vance McDonald (knee) questionable.
      More: CSN Bay Area
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Mon, Sep 15
    • Vernon Davis is undergoing an MRI on his left ankle.
      Advice: Davis suffered the injury in the fourth quarter of Sunday's loss, and was spotted on crutches afterward. It's quite possible he has a high-ankle sprain, which would sideline him in the neighborhood of four weeks. Backup Vance McDonald is dealing with a knee injury, meaning third-year UDFA Derek Carrier could be the next man up on the depth chart.
      More: Matt Maiocco on Twitter
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Sun, Sep 14
    • Vernon Davis has been ruled out of Sunday night's Week 2 game against the Bears with an ankle injury.
      Advice: Davis injured his ankle after being dragged down from behind in the fourth quarter. He limped off the field and was eventually carted off. Davis secured all three of his targets for 39 yards prior to going down. There's a chance Davis may be dealing with a high-ankle sprain, which would cost him multiple weeks.
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Sun, Sep 7
    • Vernon Davis caught 4-of-6 targets for 44 yards and two touchdowns in San Francisco's Week 1 rout of the Cowboys.
      Advice: One of the league's premier red-zone threats, Davis notched scores of 29 and two yards in the first quarter. Davis can be a disappointing fantasy play when he doesn't find the zone, but he does so with such regularity that he's an every-week TE1.
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Wed, Sep 17Recent News
    • Jordan Reed (hamstring) is not practicing Wednesday.
      Advice: Reed was limited to work on the side. Coach Jay Gruden said Reed needs to practice "at least a day" this week to play in Sunday's game against the Eagles.
      More: Mike Jones on Twitter
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Mon, Sep 15
    • Redskins coach Jay Gruden said Monday that Jordan Reed (hamstring) must practice "at least a day" this week to play in Week 3 against the Eagles.
      Advice: We presume Gruden would have expressed more optimism if he thought Reed had a chance to play. Regardless, it's good news that the notion of Reed practicing at all this week is on the table. If Reed returns, Week 2 breakout TE Niles Paul's snaps would likely take a major hit. Reed appears to be day to day.
      More: Chris Russell on Twitter
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Sun, Sep 14
    • Redskins declared Jordan Reed (hamstring) inactive for Sunday's game against the Jaguars.
      Advice: The oft-injured Reed is very questionable for Week 3 after pulling his hamstring in Week 1. Logan Paulsen gets the start, but Niles Paul will handle the pass-catching packages and is the desperation TE2 candidate. The rest of the Redskins inactives: LB Akeem Jordan, CB Tracy Porter, WR Santana Moss, G Spencer Long, DL Kedric Golston and QB Colt McCoy.
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Thu, Sep 11
    • Jordan Reed (hamstring) remained sidelined Thursday.
      Advice: Reed isn't playing against the Jaguars. He's week to week, and should be considered questionable for Week 3. Fill-in Niles Paul is off the fantasy radar.
      More: Chris Russell on Twitter
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Wed, Sep 10
    • Coach Jay Gruden says Jordan Reed's hamstring strain is "minor."
      Advice: Gruden left the door slightly open for Reed to play Sunday against the Jaguars, but ultimately said there's "little chance" he suits up. It sounds like Reed is more day-to-day than week-to-week. Consider him questionable for Week 3. Logan Paulsen and athletic Niles Paul will handle the tight end duties this week.
      More: Britt McHenry on Twitter
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Tue, Sep 9
    • A source tells ESPN's John Keim that Jordan Reed's (hamstring) absence may not be long.
      Advice: Keim admitted he's "still uncertain" about how much time Reed might miss. Speaking Monday, coach Jay Gruden said Reed would be sidelined "some time," suggesting a week-to-week timetable. Owners shouldn't be counting on Reed for Week 2. His status will be updated when the Redskins return to practice on Wednesday.
      More: John Keim on Twitter
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Mon, Sep 8
    • Speaking Monday, Redskins coach Jay Gruden said Jordan Reed (hamstring) could be sidelined "some time."
      Advice: In the same breath, Gruden characterized the injury as "mild," but it sounds like Reed is dealing with a week-to-week injury. That means fantasy owners shouldn't expect him to be active for Week 2, and that Logan Paulsen will get the start for Washington. Reed is worth holding onto in 12-14 team leagues, but his injury history is becoming increasingly ominous. His status will be updated no later than the Redskins' Wednesday return to practice.
      More: Redskins on Twitter
      (Rotoworld.com)
  • Sun, Sep 7
    • Jordan Reed will have an MRI on his hamstring.
      Advice: Reed tried to hurdle a defender early in Sunday's Week 1 loss at Houston and pulled a muscle. Afterward, coach Jay Gruden called the injury a legit concern. It's another injury for Reed, who has battled all kinds of ailments dating back to his days at Florida. Owners should begin making other plans for Week 2.
      More: Mike Jones on Twitter
      (Rotoworld.com)

NFL Roster Changes

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Injury Reports

Player Injury Status Depth Chart
C.J. Fiedorowicz (Hou - TE) foot Q Hou
Dri Archer (Pit - WR,RB) ankle, knee Q Pit
De'Anthony Thomas (KC - RB) hamstring Q KC
Roddy White (Atl - WR) hamstring Q Atl
Jordan Cameron (Cle - TE) shoulder Q Cle