Multiple starting quarterbacks were unable to finish games Week 2 after injuries, including the Colts’ Carson Wentz who sprained both ankles.
Jeff Stotts writes about the latest NFL injuries, starting in Washington, where Ryan Fitzpatrick could be sidelined for up to eight weeks with a right hip subluxation.
Jeff Stotts notes 49ers receiver Brandon Aiyuk is trending toward playing in Week 1, but cautions we could see an increase in similar soft tissue injuries to NFL players over the next few weeks.
Jeff Stotts offers a detailed analysis on the variety of knee injuries players can sustain, including a torn meniscus, which Vikings tight end Irv Smith recently suffered.
Jeff Stotts breaks down the NFL’s most notable injuries heading into the start of the season, beginning with a breakdown of Dak Prescott’s recovery.
Jeff Stotts tackles the NFL’s most notable injuries for a final time this season, starting with Jared Goff, who recently underwent surgery for a broken and dislocated thumb.
Jeff Stotts looks at injuries that might impact fantasy playoff games this week, starting with Rams running back Cam Akers who will sit out Week 16 with a high ankle sprain.
Jeff Stotts breaks down this week’s notable injuries and says that with the Lions no longer in playoff hunt, Detroit might opt to put Matthew Stafford on IR with his rib injury.
Washington rookie running back Antonio Gibson injured his toe Monday night, and Jeff Stotts notes that his type of injury can be slow to heal.
Giants quarterback Daniel Jones joins a growing list of NFL players with hamstring strains, and he’ll miss at least one week.
Jeff Stotts examines past QB knee injury data to get a better idea of when Cincinnati quarter back Joe Burrow might be ready to take the field again.
Jeff Stotts details Drew Brees' injuries, which include fractures to both sides of his ribcage and a collapsed lung that will keep him sidelined for at least a couple of weeks.
The situation with Christian McCaffrey’s injury is murky, so Jeff Stotts breaks it down and expects the picture to come into focus later this week.
Multiple injuries to the 49ers’ offense will impact the next few weeks, starting with Jimmy Garoppolo who’s expected to miss multiple weeks after re-injuring his right ankle.
Chris Carson is looking at a multiweek absence after injuring his foot, while Travis Homer and Carlos Hyde are also hurt, which makes the Seattle running back situation tenuous.
The Eagles are dealing with a myriad of injuries including the two latest from this past weekend to Zach Ertz and Miles Sanders.
Jeff Stotts runs through the most notable injuries of Week 5, including Dak Prescott, as well as Vikings running back Dalvin Cook, who could miss a few weeks with an adductor strain.
Jeff Stotts details Julio Jones’ hamstring strain, which he’s been battling since Week 2 and could possibly cause him to miss more time in the future.
In Turf Burns, Jeff Stotts offers injury updates on a plethora of players hurt over the first few weeks of the season, including Buffalo wide receiver John Brown, who likely won’t play this week.
Jeff Stotts goes through this week’s extremely long list of prominent injuries changing the fantasy landscape, including Christian McCaffrey who will miss multiple weeks with a high ankle sprain.
With Week 1 in the books, Jeff Stotts recaps the injuries that could impact lineups, including in New York, where Le’Veon Bell is expected to miss several weeks with a hamstring strain.
Jeff Stotts explains the new NFL injured reserve rules and gives a positive update on Deebo Samuel’s return timeline.
In the middle of contract negotiations, New Orleans running back Alvin Kamara is also dealing with lower back inflammation.
Jeff Stotts explains how muscle and ligament injuries are classified, and offers an update on Tyreek Hill, who has a low-grade hamstring strain.
Deebo Samuel continues to heal from a Jones fracture suffered over the summer, and likely will miss the first six games of the year.
Jeff Stotts offers tips to help sort through the flurry of NFL injury info that will soon head our way, and he gives an update on Rashaad Penny’s ACL tear.
Jeff Stotts discusses the latest COVID-19 opt-outs as well as DeSean Jackson’s latest injury, which, though not serious, is just another in a long list for the 33-year-old.
Jeff Stotts talks early NFL injury news, including players who’ve contracted COVID-19, like Dallas running back Ezekiel Elliott, and the required protocol to return to play.
For those playing in fantasy championship games, Jeff Stotts warns injuries will drastically alter lineups across the league, including in Baltimore where both Lamar Jackson and Mark Ingram won’t play.
Jeff Stotts offers injury news about some of the league’s most important players in time for fantasy teams with championship aspirations, including DJ Chark Jr., who’s eyeing a week 16 return.