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Broncos WR Demaryius Thomas is listed as questionable with a hip injury

Broncos WR Demaryius Thomas is listed as questionable with a hip injury

Dolphins @ Patriots

Arian Foster (hamstring injury) and Jordan Cameron (thigh) practiced in full on Friday and  should be ready to go for week 2 against the Patriots. DeVante Parker (hamstring) is questionable, but even if he is active, he does not figure to play a big role with Kenny Stills seemingly taking over the battle for the number 2 receiver.

Rob Gronkowski (hamstring) is listed as questionable driving fantasy owners crazy since this injury seems to come out of nowhere. Reporters have said that he is definitely not at 100% so fantasy owners should have a backup plan ready in case he doesn’t suit up for week 2.

Titans @ Lions

Kendall Wright (hamstring) was a limited participant in practice on Wednesday but hasn’t practiced at all since. Even if he is active for week 2, which seems very unlikely, he probably won’t be fantasy relevant for at least a couple more weeks.

*The Lions have no players on the injury list that hold any value in fantasy.

Chiefs @Texans

Jamaal Charles is once again doubtful to play with his ailing knee injury but shouldn’t figure into the offense very much anyway regardless as Spencer Ware has established himself as a solid option in the running game. Jeremy Maclin did not practice on Thursday but it looks like it was just a scheduled day off as he was not on the official injury report.

*The Texans have no players on the injury list that hold any value in fantasy.

Ravens @ Browns

Breshad Perriman (questionable) missed practice on Wednesday with a calf issue but his fantasy relevance is questionable as he is behind Mike Wallace and Steve Smith on the depth chart, and battling with Kamar Aiken for reps.

Robert Griffin III was placed on IR and Terrelle Pryor (shoulder) practiced in full all week. Other than that, there are no injury concerns for the Browns.

Bengals @ Steelers

Tyler Eifert (ankle) admitted that he is running at about 50% and is still a couple weeks out from suiting up. Tyler Kroft and CJ Uzoma will split time in Eifert’s absence.

Markus Wheaton (shoulder) is questionable for week 2. He practiced Wednesday and Thursday in full but was limited on Friday. With the concern, Eli Rogers will most likely be on the field more as the number 2 option and Jesse James will likely have an expanded role as well.

Cowboys @ Redskins

Tony Romo remains out with his broken back but we might see the QB on the field right after the week 7 bye, as Jerry Jones hinted that we will see the him “sooner rather than later”

WR Josh Doctson (Achilles) should be good to go despite his questionable tag as he practiced all week to some degree.

Saints @ Giants

*The Giants have no players on the injury list that hold any value in fantasy.

 TE Josh Hill (ankle) is out solidifying Coby Fleener’s workload as the go-to TE in the Saints offense.

49ers @ Panthers

*The 49ers have no players on the injury list that hold any value in fantasy.

 Jonathan Stewart was a full participant in practice all week but is still listed as questionable with a nagging ankle. “Riverboat” Ron Rivera fully expects Stewart to play and although the 49ers looked good in week 1, expect Stewart to have a good game at home.

Colts @ Broncos

T.Y. Hilton was not given an injury designation despite missing Thursday’s practice with a knee injury. He practiced in full on Friday so he should be fine for week 2.

Demaryius Thomas (hip) was limited in practice all week and according to reporters, he stood on the sidelines more often than he played. Kubiak did not seem convinced that Thomas would suit up so it looks as though DT will be a game-time decision against a weak Colts secondary.

Jaguars @ Chargers

Chris Ivory is out after spending the better part of the week in the hospital with an undisclosed injury. T.J. Yeldon is a solid number 2 RB as he becomes the bell cow by default. Julius Thomas suffered an ankle injury last week but was a full participant all three days of practice this week.

*The Chargers have no players on the injury list that hold any value in fantasy.

Bucs @ Cardinals

*The Buccaneers have no players on the injury list that hold any value in fantasy.

Larry Fitzgerald (knee) was limited in practice this week but was not given an injury designation. This is probably scripted as the Cardinals look to limit the veteran’s workload.

Seahawks @ Rams

Russell Wilson, despite rumblings he may not suit up early in the week, practiced in full all three days. His mobility may be an issue as he is likely not 100% with his ankle injury. Jimmy Graham (knee) also practiced all week and should see more action in week 2 as Pete Carroll said he is “ready to play in all situations.”

Todd Gurley listed as questionable early after getting a day off on Wednesday but was removed from the injury report on Friday. It looks like Jeff Fisher is continuing to handle Gurley with kid gloves. WR Pharoh Cooper is doubtful with a shoulder injury and WR Nelson Spruce will not play.

Falcons @ Raiders

Julio Jones (ankle), Mohamed Sanu (ankle) and Devonta Freeman (quad) all practiced on Friday in full and were not listed on the official injury report.

*The Raiders have no players on the injury list that hold any value in fantasy.

Packers @ Vikings

Rookie WR Trevor Davis is listed as questionable with a bum shoulder but I would not recommend starting him in any format regardless.

*The Vikings have no players on the injury list that hold any value in fantasy.

Eagles @ Bears

Zach Ertz is not expected to play after missing the first two days of practice with a displaced rib. TE Trey Burton will likely see his role expand as he is expected back with a calf injury.

*The Bears have no players on the injury list that hold any value in fantasy.

Levi Lefler

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