Jimmy Garoppolo is out for the season with a torn ACL, plus Jeff Stotts describes a couple other 49ers backfield injuries, including to Matt Breida and Alfred Morris.
Jeff Stotts details the muscle cramping experienced by both Dalvin Cook and Todd Gurley in Week 2 and notes that both should be good to go for Week 3.
Jeff Stotts notes that it wouldn’t be surprising if Aaron Rodgers’ ability to play Week 2 ended up a game-time decision, so look for Green Bay to modify its game plan to better suit its quarterback’s limitation.
Jeff Stotts says that the Eagles announced officially that Carson Wentz won’t play week 1 as expected, Alshon Jeffery will be out at least two games, and Jay Ajayi has a foot injury.
Jeff Stotts breaks down Cowboys center Travis Frederick’s diagnosis of Guillain-Barre, and autoimmune disorder that could keep him sidelined for weeks if not months.
Jeff Stotts analyzes recent injuries and the fallout for fantasy owners. How will injuries to the Cowboys' offensive line impact Ezekiel Elliott?
Both Jerick McKinnon and Matt Breida suffered preseason injuries. Mckinnon was diagnosed with a low-grade calf strain, and his backup, Matt Breida, will miss the rest of the preseason with a shoulder sprain.
Seattle wide receiver Doug Baldwin has been out of practice since July 27, and Jeff Stotts notes that the team’s vagueness with the injury makes investing in him precarious.
Jeff Stotts notes that Vikings running back Dalvin Cook, who tore his ACL in early October of last year, has been a bright spot in Minnesota's training camp.
Jeff Stotts says that Texans quarterback DeShaun Watson, who tore his ACL last season, will be at training camp on Thursday and still should be one of the top-drafted fantasy QBs.
Jeff Stotts focuses on players like Arizona’s David Johnson, who sustained significant injuries last season to determine how it will affect their draft positions for 2018.
Jeff Stotts is back with his weekly Injury Report, this week offering progress reports on players injured before the end of last season, including Colts QB Andrew Luck.
As we get down to the wire, Jeff Stotts runs through the week’s noteworthy injuries, including running back Melvin Gordon, who may be a gametime decision with an ankle injury.
In a season littered with notable injuries to big players, star receiver Antonio Brown’s name is now added to the list with a calf strain.
Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz is out for the season, and his rehab could spill into next year. However, Jeff Stotts points out that ACL tears usually have a high recovery rate.
Both Pittsburgh wide Receiver Antonio Brown and New Orleans running back Mark Ingram have toe injuries, which Jeff Stotts advises can be a lot worse than they sound.
Jeff Stotts says that Tampa Bay QB Jameis Winston, who has missed three games with a sprained AC joint and bruised deltoid, might be back in time to play the Packers on Sunday.
Jeff Stotts examines this week's notable injuries, including Chris Thompson, whose fractured fibula contribute to a decimated Washington running back unit.
Jeff Stotts highlights how two major defensive injuries, one to Seattle’s Richard Sherman and the other to Cowboy Sean Lee, will have fantasy ramifications.
Jeff Stotts says notes that both Dez Bryant and Terrance Williams left Sunday's game with the Chiefs with ankle injuries, although both are expected to play this weekend.
Jeff Stotts describes the weekend’s most notable injuries, including tight end Zach Miller’s frightening knee dislocation, and Falcons' running back Devonta Freeman’s shoulder stinger.
A setback for Colts quarterback Andrew Luck has Jeff Stotts cautioning that even if Luck does return in late November, his fantasy value will remain low.
Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers has elected to undergo surgery for the fractured collarbone of his throwing arm, and Jeff Stotts says his time line for a return is unclear.
Three of the New York Giants receivers are out for the season, as Odell Beckham fractured his fibula, Brandon Marshall sustained an ankle injury, and Dwayne Harris suffered a fifth metatarsal break.
Jeff Stotts explains Oakland’s Derek Carr’s lower back injury that will keep him off the field for two to six weeks.
Jeff Stotts explains the odd combo of injuries, a torn ACL and broken arm, that has ended Eagles running back Darren Sproles’ season.
Jeff Stotts points out that several tight ends were injured in Week 2, including Carolina Panther Greg Olsen, who’s going to miss six to eight weeks with a broken foot.
Jeff Stotts notes that it didn’t take long for the fantasy landscape to change quickly after top pick Arizona running back David Johnson injured his wrist and Jaguar’s receiver Allen Robinson tore his ACL.
Jeff Stotts notes that Indianapolis quarterback Andrew Luck, who had surgery on his shoulder eight months ago, at least has been removed from the PUP list, which means he should return before Week 6.
Jeff Stotts examines the season-ending injuries affecting star players this week, including Patriot's wide receiver Julian Edelman, who will undergo surgery to repair his torn ACL.