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.
With the fantasy playoffs in full swing, Jeff Stotts breaks down key injuries in this all-Turf Burn format, including Tampa Bay wide receiver Mike Evans, who’s out with a hamstring strain.
Vikings running back Delvin Cook left Monday night’s game with a shoulder and chest injury but downplayed the injury following the game.
Jeff Stotts analyzes the key injuries heading into Week 13 as the Eagles are dealing with a number of aliments, including hand injury to Carson Wentz.
Colts running back Marlon Mack will miss time after suffering a broken hand, but Jeff Stotts says Mack might not be sidelined for as long as some are speculating.
Jeff Stotts suggests fantasy owners invested in Lions QB Matthew Stafford seek a suitable replacement for the immediate future and consider more permanent options should he ultimately be shut down.
Jacoby Brissett has been diagnosed with a Grade 1 medial collateral ligament (MCL) sprain but could still play Sunday, however, don’t expect the same level of productivity.
Steelers starting running back James Conner came out of Monday night's win over the Dolphins with his right arm in a sling, and he’s not the only RB in Pittsburgh nursing an injury.
Although Patrick Mahomes will miss at least four weeks with a dislocated patella, it could have been much worse had he been diagnosed with a true knee dislocation, as Jeff Stotts explains.
The Cowboys star wide receiver Amari Cooper is sidelined with a quadriceps contusion, which may keep him a game-time decision for Sunday night’s game.
New York will go into Thursday night’s game with a number of notable injuries to important players, including to Sterling Shepard who’s been ruled out with a concussion.
Jeff Stotts analyzes the week's big injuries, including a positive report on Mitchell Trubisky, who could return in a few weeks.
Jeff Stotts breaks down star running back Saquon Barkley’s high ankle sprain, among this past week’s other significant football injuries.
Drew Brees tore the UCL in his right thumb and is expected to miss at least six weeks, but a possible IR designation could sideline him for eight weeks.
Several NFL players injured their collarbones in Week 1, including Nick Foles, who’s been placed on IR and will be eligible to return Week 11.
Jeff Stotts breaks down key injuries before heading into Week 1 and offers up a concussion primer, including details on Jordan Reed’s recent diagnosis.
Jeff Stotts explains Amari Cooper’s chronic foot condition and says it wouldn’t be shocking to see Cooper’s number of practice reps reduced throughout the season.
Jeff Stotts puts on his detective hat and wades through the jumble of information coming out of Colts camp regarding QB Andrew Luck’s leg injury.
Jeff Stotts explains why the Raiders may be without their top receiver, Antonio Brown, who has blistered feet after visiting a cryotherapy chamber, for the rest of preseason.
As long as Damien Williams remains out with a hamstring injury, Carlos Hyde will continue to get the majority of training camp reps with Kansas City’s starting unit.