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8/19:Updating a previous report, Dallas Cowboys offensive guard Zack Martin's (knee) MRI results showed no significant injury to his left knee, according to a source. Martin could be ready for the season opener on Sept. 9 against the Panthers. Martin hasn't missed a single game in his four years and is a Pro Bowl offensive lineman. His health is good news for running back Ezekiel Elliott.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Dallas Morning News - David Moore
8/19:New England Patriots running back Rex Burkhead (knee) was in attendance for practice Sunday. Burkhead has been dealing with a minor tear in his knee. The injury is something he can play through, but the Patriots have been cautious with him due to his history with injuries. As long as he’s healthy, Burkhead should be the main back in a backfield that is already crowded. The Patriots may elect to sit him in the third preseason game to make sure he is back to full health by Week 1. James White should see the bulk of the carries while Burkhead and rookie Sony Michel, who was still absent from practice, are out.--Houston Parker - RotoBallerSource: Mike Reiss
8/19:Atlanta Falcons offensive guard Ben Garland has an undisclosed strain and is likely to be out this week. It doesn't sound like this is a significant injury, so Garland should be fine heading into the regular season opener. He's been one of the more successful offensive guards in the NFL.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: AtlantaFalcons.com - Kelsey Conway
8/19:Dallas Cowboys Pro Bowl right guard Zack Martin (knee) suffered a hyperextended left knee in the preseason game on Saturday and will undergo an MRI exam on Sunday, according to a source. Head coach Jason Garrett said the team's medical staff was "somewhat optimistic based on the initial observation." Martin has not missed a game in his first four seasons and is one of the best guards in the NFL. It looks like he'll be OK and will have a chance to be ready for Week 1, which is good news for running back Ezekiel Elliott.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN Dallas - Todd Archer
8/19:Atlanta Falcons head coach Dan Quinn said wide receiver Calvin Ridley is “definitely going to have a significant role on offense” this season. This was already apparent in the Falcons second preseason game, where Ridley led the team with six targets. The rookie wide receiver has tremendous speed and Quinn said Ridley's job is “to create explosive plays.” Ridley looks like he’ll be the team's kick returner during the regular season to give him more opportunities to have the ball. He should be a more attractive target once Julio Jones returns to the lineup, as a duo with that much speed should be a nightmare for secondaries.--Houston Parker - RotoBallerSource: William McFadden
8/19:The Green Bay Packers expect linebacker Nick Perry (ankle) to be activated off the Physically Unable to Perform list on Sunday. He has been out since arriving to training camp after having offseason surgery. Perry might struggle to be at full strength for Week 1, but he'll be a regular contributor on defense in 2018 if he's healthy. He had 38 tackles, seven sacks and one fumble recovery in 12 games last year. Perry has 18 sacks the last two years.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - Tom Silverstein
8/19:Detroit Lions head coach Matt Patricia said running back Ameer Abdullah has made strides in his ball security despite fumbling twice on Friday in the preseason game. Abdullah fumbled a handoff on the second offensive play and muffed a kickoff later in the first half, but the team recovered both fumbles. In 2015, Abdullah lost playing time after fumbling five times. Abdullah should make the final roster, but he's at best fourth on the depth chart behind LeGarrette Blount, rookie Kerryon Johnson and third-down back Theo Riddick.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Detroit Free Press - Dave Birkett
8/19:The Washington Redskins will host free-agent running back Adrian Peterson on Monday, according to sources. The Redskins are looking for more bodies at the position with rookie Derrius Guice (knee) out for the season and Samaje Perine (ankle) and Byron Marshall (ankle) also sidelined. Peterson would be an intriguing option to push Rob Kelley for early-down work, but the veteran was a shell of his former self last year with the Saints and Cardinals and averaged just 3.5 yards per carry.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
8/19:Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott said quarterback AJ McCarron (shoulder) is going for a second opinion, as tests on his broken collarbone were "not totally conclusive." McCarron was injured in the team's second preseason game last week. While he might not have to miss as much time depending on the tests, his injury gives way for rookie Josh Allen to take over the starting duties to open the regular season. While Allen is still technically battling Nathan Peterman, it'd be a surprise at this point if Allen isn't the guy.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN.com - Mike Rodak
8/19:Philadelphia Eagles tight end Richard Rodgers (knee) is being listed as week-to-week with a knee injury he suffered in the last preseason game. Rodgers is third on the depth chart behind Zach Ertz and rookie Dallas Goedert, so he can be ignored in fantasy.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NBC Sports Philadelphia - Dave Zangaro
8/19:Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles (shoulder) is fine and will return to practice on Sunday, according to head coach Doug Pederson. Foles was injured in the preseason game last week, but it obviously didn't keep him out for long. With Carson Wentz (knee) questionable for Week 1, Foles is a huge security blanket for the Eagles. The Super Bowl MVP won't have any fantasy value, though, unless Wentz is sidelined for an extended period of time again in 2018.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Philadelphia Inquirer - Jeff McLane
8/19:Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Nelson Agholor (leg) and running back Corey Clement (leg) are both listed as day-to-day. Both players should be fine for the regular season opener in a few weeks. Agholor set career highs in targets (95), catches (62), yards (768) and touchdowns (eight) in 2017. It could be hard for Agholor to top those numbers this year, but he remains a strong WR3 option as the No. 2 option behind Alshon Jeffery in Philly. Quarterback Carson Wentz's health remains key. Clement should be the backup to Jay Ajayi, but his upside as a pass catcher is tempered with Darren Sproles still around.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Philadelphia Inquirer - Zach Berman
8/19:New York Jets rookie quarterback Sam Darnold received the bulk of the repetitions at practice on Sunday and is the likely starter for the third preseason game this week. Barring a bad performance this week, ESPN New York's Rich Cimini gets the impression that Darnold is the leading candidate to start in Week 1. Darnold took a slight step back against the Redskins last week, but he's been poised in the pocket and has the most upside out of Josh McCown and Teddy Bridgewater. Darnold is a strong dynasty pick as the first QB off the board in the rookie class.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN New York - Rich Cimini
8/19:Miami Dolphins wide receiver Kenny Stills (ankle) is expected to return to practice this week, according to head coach Adam Gase. Stills is more of a boom-or-bust deep threat, but he could be more consistent in the offense this year with target-hog Jarvis Landry gone. Stills has a chance to rise on draft boards with Devante Parker injured, too.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Miami Herald - Barry Jackson
8/19:Denver Broncos head coach Vance Joseph said wide receiver Demaryius Thomas (wrist) didn't play in the preseason game on Saturday due to a sore wrist. The injury doesn't appear to be very serious at all, and the Broncos were likely just playing it cautious with their No. 1 receiver. Thomas had a bad year in 2017, but it was mainly attributed to the team's terrible quarterback play. With Case Keenum now under center, Thomas has a chance to return to the 1,000-yard mark. He's a midrange WR2 in fantasy.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Pro Football Talk - Mike Florio
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