Dolphins' Jarvis Landry: Ties for team lead in receptions Thursday
by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(8/25/2016) Landry secured four of five targets for 40 yards in Thursday's 17-6 preseason victory over the Falcons.

Ryan Tannehill's top target the last two seasons turned in another solid outing, tallying four catches for the second straight game. Landry made his grabs on a number of different routes, with a long of 16 yards. He seems to have made a seamless transition to new head coach Adam Gase's offense if preseason is any indication, giving him sky-high PPR upside once again in 2016.

Dolphins' Kenny Stills: Leads team in receiving, targets Thursday
by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(8/25/2016) Stills secured four of six targets for 46 yards in Thursday's 17-6 preseason victory over the Falcons.

The fourth-year pro continued his impressive preseason by pacing the Dolphins in yardsage and targets, while tying Jarvis Landry for the team high in catches. Stills connected with Ryan Tannehill early and often, with their only hiccup coming when the receiver inadvertently assisted Marcus Trufant in making an interception by tipping a pass up in the air and into the corner's hands. The OU product appears to be very comfortable in new head coach Adam Gase's offensive system, and if preseason is any indication, could be in for a much better season than his initial campaign in a Dolphins uniform.

Lions' Corey Fuller: To begin season on PUP list
by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(8/25/2016) Fuller (foot) will begin the season on the physically unable to perform list, meaning that he will be out for at least the first six weeks of the year, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.

A broken foot landed Fuller on the PUP list to begin training camp, so with roster cut-downs and Week 1 approaching, the Lions will opt to keep him on that list to begin the year. Fortunately, Fuller is only expected to need the minimum amount of time on the PUP list (six weeks) before returning to action. In the interim, Golden Tate and Marvin Jones figure to serve as the starting wideouts for the Lions and the recently acquired Anquan Boldin should see additional snaps while Fuller is sidelined.

Falcons' Julio Jones: Likely to practice Sunday
by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(8/25/2016) Head coach Dan Quinnn said Thursday that Jones (ankle) could return to practice as soon as Sunday, ESPN's Vaughn McClure reports.

Jones left Thursday's preseason game with an ankle injury, and although he did not return to action, Quinn told reporters that the star wideout wanted to re-enter the contest. The Sunday timeline for Jones' return likely means that the Falcons will be off Friday and Saturday, so it appears that Jones will be back as soon as possible without missing any time.

Falcons' Justin Hardy: Will not return Thursday
by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(8/25/2016) Hardy suffered an ankle injury in Thursday's preseason matchup with the Dolphins and will not return to the game.

The Falcons would rather be safe than sorry as they give the wideout the rest of the night off. Hardy will join Julio Jones on the sidelines for the remainder of the game, who also suffered some sort of ankle injury on Thursday night. The severity of the injury is still unknown, but expect more clarity on the matter once the team releases information in the next couple of days.

Falcons' Julio Jones: Questionable to return Thursday
by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(8/25/2016) Jones is questionable to return to Thursday's matchup with the Dolphins due to an ankle injury, Vaughn McClure of reports.

Considering the circumstances it is unlikely the Falcons will allow their star receiver to take the field again if he is dealing with an ankle issue. Jones had recorded one catch for 17 yards on two targets prior to leaving the game. The severity of the injury is currently unknown, but expect more clarity on his status when more information is made available.

Bengals' A.J. Green: Prepared to miss time for birth of first child
by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(8/25/2016) Green said that he is prepared to miss a game should his first child be born on a game day, Nunzio Ingrassia of Fox Sports reports.

Green's wife is due to give birth to their first child on Friday, September 30th, the day after Cincinnati's Week 4 matchup with the Dolphins. While it's not likely he ends up missing a game, it's something for owners should keep in the back of their mind, as Green is one of the best receivers in the NFL and a missed game would impact season long and weekly fantasy players alike.

Cardinals' John Brown: Leaves practice early Thursday
by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(8/25/2016) Brown (concussion) was removed from practice early Thursday, Josh Weinfuss of reports.

One day removed from missing practice due to a headache, Brown took the field Thursday in a no-contact yellow jersey, as he did both Sunday and Monday of this week. While his early departure may have been planned, the fact that his symptoms can be traced to a concussion doesn't bode well for immediate clearance from the NFL's protocol for head injuries.

Cardinals' Larry Fitzgerald: May practice Wednesday
by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(8/25/2016) Fitzgerald (knee) wasn't expected to practice Thursday but was seen in pads prior to drills, Josh Weinfuss of reports.

Fitzgerald may have been able to change the mind of head coach Bruce Arians, who has been the driving force behind holding out the wide receiver as he tends to a slight MCL sprain. Individual drills would be a good start Thursday, but there's no need for Fitzgerald to push his luck with more than two weeks remaining before the regular season opener.

Jets' Quincy Enunwa: Ruled out for Saturday's preseason game
by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(8/25/2016) Coach Todd Bowles revealed that Enunwa (concussion) will not play in Saturday's preseason tilt with the Giants, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports.

Enunwa has been desperately trying to work his way back onto the practice field, but with the league's stiff regulation of concussions, the 24-year-old will have to sit out Saturday's much anticipated dress rehearsal. For the most part, the Jets don't appear to be too worried about his absence thanks to the existences of both Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker. But at the same time, the Jets are counting on Enunwa to step up as the team's clear cut third receiver. The expectation is that Enunwa will be ready to go for the regular season opener, but Kenbrell Thompkins and Kyle Williams will likely fill his void in the meantime.

More Updates