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Week 11 Waiver Wire Pickups and Free Agent Adds – All Positions

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Heading into Week 11, there will be plenty of injuries fantasy managers will be tracking, starting with Cooper Kupp. We'll also be dealing with bye weeks for the Buccaneers, Seahawks, Dolphins, and Jaguars.

At this stage, if you're lucky enough to not be struggling with injuries, and your starting lineup is in a good spot, look to add players with league-winning upside, even if they don't come with a lot of weekly value right away. If you're in a playoff race, it might be more important to prioritize players that can be immediately slotted into your starting lineup.

Let's look at who are the top Week 11 waiver wire pickups and free agent adds for all positions. Be sure to also check out all of our fantasy football waiver wire advice, and our free new Who Should I Pickup? Waiver Wire player comparison tool to get an edge on the competition! Let's get to who the best waiver wire additions are this week. As always, the players will be ranked in the order in which they should be prioritized.

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Running Backs – Waiver Wire Options

Rachaad White, Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 44% Rostered

This is why Rachaad White has been the No. 1 waiver wire running back for the past four weeks. The upside, in the event of a Leonard Fournette injury, is massive. Now, injuries are unpredictable and they're miserable when they happen. No one wants to see an injury happen, but the running back position is a war of attrition. Fournette left Tampa Bay's game in Germany early due to a hip injury and did not return.

Tampa Bay has their bye in Week 11, so the whole team will be off next week. That means fantasy managers who do pick White up won't be able to use him right away and there's the chance Fournette doesn't miss time, but the upside for the rookie running back out of Arizona State is through the roof if Fournette does miss time. White actually got the start in Germany, but Fournette still played plenty. However, that didn't stop White from getting 22 carries and finishing with 105 yards.

White will absolutely be a workhorse in the event that Fournette misses time, but even if he doesn't, White is slowly chipping away at Fournette's stranglehold on this backfield and could soon work himself into having standalone value. In any case, his upside is that of a high-end RB2, backend RB1 if Fournette isn't good to go out of their bye. He's a must-add.

Gus Edwards, Baltimore Ravens – 47% Rostered

In Week 8, the last time fantasy managers saw Gus Edwards, he racked up 65 yards on 11 carries. He received 50% of the running back carries. The week before, which happened to be Edwards' first appearance of the year, he had 11 carries, 66 yards, and two rushing touchdowns.

If you're thinking, "Well, Kenyan Drake is fresh off a 24-carry, 93-yard, and two-touchdown effort against the Saints, he's surely not going to go away." I can certainly understand that argument. However, I'd remind you that in Week 6, Drake had 10 carries, 119 yards, and one touchdown. The very next week, Edwards' first game of the season, Drake had just 11 carries to Edwards' 16.

Fantasy managers should expect Drake to continue to be involved moving forward and there's a chance they bring Edwards along slowly after being held out due to a hamstring injury. However, the team's Week 10 bye will have given Edwards an extra week of preparation and we know, because the team has shown us, they want Edwards to be their No. 1 running back. That much was clear in the two games Edwards played. If you need a running back, he's a solid addition.

Isiah Pacheco, Kansas City Chiefs – 24% Rostered

It was reported a few weeks ago that Isiah Pacheco would be the new starter for the Chiefs. Since that was announced, Pacheco played 30% and 22% of the team's snaps. So much for being the "starter." However, that all changed in Week 10.

Pacheco didn't earn a single target, which will limit his upside in any PPR-scoring leagues, but if he's able to continue receiving 13–16 carries a game on the Chiefs' high-scoring offense, he's going to have backend RB2 value moving forward.

Latavius Murray, Denver Broncos – 26% Rostered

Latavius Murray once again led the Denver Broncos in carries this week with nine. He also received three targets and caught all three for 23 yards. Since signing with Denver, Murray has at least 10 touches in all four games. He has 53 total touches in four weeks, an average of 13.25 touches per game.

The upside for Murray is virtually non-existent. That's certainly the downside and if you're not in need of a weekly starter and are more looking for upside plays, I'd rather add Jaylen Warren or Alexander Mattison. However, if you went zero-RB or are hurting at that position, you could do worse than a guaranteed 10 touches from a running back who is also getting goal-line work.

He's scored twice in four weeks, which will keep him valued as a touchdown-dependent RB3. He struggled in Week 10 against the Titans, but that was to be expected. Tennessee has allowed the fourth-fewest half-PPR points to running backs this season. However, in the next two weeks, the Broncos play the Raiders and Panthers. The Panthers have allowed the third-most and the Raiders have allowed the ninth-most fantasy points to running backs per game. Don't be surprised if Murray finds the end zone in one or possibly both contests.

Alexander Mattison, Minnesota Vikings – 41% Rostered

Alexander Mattison finds himself here solely because of his handcuff value. Mattison is one of the best handcuffs in fantasy football. Whenever Dalvin Cook has missed time, Mattison has been given a workload similar to that of Cook. He's churned out top-12 numbers whenever Cook is hurt.

If you have an open spot in your fantasy lineup or someone you know you just have to get rid of if there are no other high-end players available, Mattison has league-winning upside if Cook were to miss time.

Jaylen Warren, Pittsburgh Steelers – 27% Rostered

It's going to be virtually impossible for Jaylen Warren to carve out enough volume to have stand-alone value in Pittsburgh's putrid offense, but his utilization and playing time has improved over the past few weeks.

Warren has averaged five yards per carry and has also caught 15 of his 17 targets. Warren is the clear No. 2 running back for the Steelers. Najee Harris has popped up on the injury report a few times this season, even dating back to the preseason when he was diagnosed with a mild Lisfranc sprain. In the event Harris were to miss time, Warren becomes a major priority add and would likely find himself ranked as a top-24 running back on a weekly basis.

Jerick McKinnon, Kansas City Chiefs – 16% Rostered

Would you be surprised to know that Jerick McKinnon has played the most snaps for the Chiefs this season? It's true. Unfortunately, that hasn't resulted in much fantasy football value, but things are changing in the Kansas City backfield. This past week, Clyde Edwards-Helaire played just four snaps. This will open up a bigger role for McKinnon.

Prior to Week 10, the Kansas City backfield has been a three-headed approach, but with CEH also in the picture, CEH and McKinnon split the receiving work. The backfield now looks to be a two-man backfield. Pacheco has just three targets all season, which means fantasy managers and McKinnon may no longer have to split the passing work out of the backfield. CEH and McKinnon have averaged six targets per game this season. McKinnon had eight targets in Week 10. In any full-PPR league, McKinnon could have RB3 value if CEH has truly been left for dust.

Joshua Kelley, Los Angeles Chargers – 2% Rostered

For the first four weeks of the 2022 NFL season, Joshua Kelley and Sony Michel worked as 2A and 2B behind Austin Ekeler. There did not appear to be a handcuff for fantasy managers to target. If Ekeler went down, based on their utilization over the first four weeks, it would be a committee approach.

However, that all changed in Week 5. Kelley played 25% of the snaps to Michel's 3%. Kelly also received 10 carries, which he took for 49 yards and a touchdown. Michel had just one carry. Based on Week 5, it seemed as though Kelley had leap-frogged Michel to become the primary No. 2 running back for the Chargers.

Kelley would, unfortunately, sprain his knee in Week 6, which forced him to go onto IR. He'll be eligible to come off of IR in Week 11. With the team's bye week in the middle of his IR stint, Kelley will have had five weeks to heal up. Despite missing the team's last four games, he still has more receiving yards than Michel. Fantasy managers should expect Kelley to reclaim his role as Ekeler's primary backup.

Michel looks to have been replaced by Kelley and now Spiller. Spiller could also factor into the Chargers' backfield in the event of an Ekeler injury, but Kelley is likely to handle the majority of the passing work because of his experience. In the Chargers' backfield, that receiving work is crucial and if he has it, he's likely to be the backup Chargers' running back fantasy managers should prioritize.

Others to Consider: Kyren Williams, Los Angeles Rams (42% Rostered), Kenneth Gainwell, Philadelphia Eagles (16% Rostered), Dontrell Hilliard, Tennessee Titans (14% Rostered)

 

Wide Receivers – Waiver Wire Options

Kadarius Toney, Kansas City Chiefs – 51% Rostered

JuJu Smith-Schuster would leave the Chiefs' Week 10 game early and that resulted in Kadarius Toney playing the third-most snaps among the receivers. Toney played more snaps than Skyy Moore, indicating he's already leap-frogged the rookie.

He played 28 of 63 snaps and ran 17 snaps. He earned five targets on those 17 routes, a target per route run rate of 29.4%. He also received two carries, but more important than the positive utilization was just how productive he was with his touches.

He finished with 90 total yards, 57 of which came via his four receptions. He also found the end zone on a receiving touchdown. Smith-Schuster will enter the concussion protocol, so his Week 11 availability is completely up in the air. This makes Toney a high priority. His skill set combined with the increased opportunity could lead to Toney becoming a fantasy starter down the stretch.

Donovan Peoples-Jones, Cleveland Browns – 35% Rostered

Donovan Peoples-Jones' rostership percentage is absolutely criminal. The only reason it's not higher is that he hasn't found the end zone on any of his 55 targets this season. That's a statistical anomaly. Fantasy managers should be expecting a change in that trend sooner than later.

He has gone over 70 yards receiving in five of his last six games. During that time, he has finished with at least four receptions in all six games. From Weeks 4–9, Peoples-Jones averaged 69.4 yards per game, which ranks 23rd in the NFL. This past week, he had 99 yards. That brings his last six-game average to 74.33 yards per game.

That kind of per-game average is not that of someone who is only rostered in 35% of fantasy leagues. With Deshaun Watson inching closer and closer to a return, Cleveland's offense could soon be getting a big boost. With the strength of their running game, the deep shots via play action will continue to be effective, and right now, Peoples-Jones is making the most of them. Fantasy managers would be wise to add him before he happens to find the end zone, which will certainly make him a high-priority add.

Christian Watson, Green Bay Packers – 5% Rostered

Hello, Christian Watson! The second-round rookie has struggled to stay on the field this season, which has played a role in his limited playing time and production. He also had minor offseason knee surgery that forced him to miss much of training camp. That put the raw prospect solidly behind the eight ball and he's struggled to catch up. However, with all the injuries to the Packers' receiving group, Watson was forced into action this past weekend and he delivered.

He was touted as a deep ball threat out of college, but the Packers had largely used him close to the line of scrimmage. Prior to Week 10, Watson had an average depth of target of just 6.6 yards. The Packers finally took the training wheels off and the results were fantastic. He earned eight targets and caught four of them for 107 yards and three touchdowns.

Watson is likely going to be a boom-or-bust receiver to some extent moving forward. The Packers' offense, to be effective, needs to run, literally needs to run through Aaron Jones and A.J. Dillon. Even this past weekend, the Packers had just 20 attempts to their 37 rushes. That is going to limit Watson's opportunities, it will force him to have to be very efficient to remain fantasy-relevant. However, their strong rushing attack will help to set up the play action, which could help to keep the big plays coming.

The Packers are against the Titans next week, who have allowed the third-most fantasy points to receivers this season. The next week, they'll be against the Eagles. While that'll be a really tough matchup for the rookie, the hyper-efficient Eagles' offense could force the Packers' offense to air it out a bit more to keep up.

With the depleted group of receivers in Green Bay, Watson is well-positioned to make some noise in the second half of the season.

Odell Beckham Jr., Free Agent – 47% Rostered

Odell Beckham Jr. is expected to be cleared medically soon. Once this comes to pass, we should expect suitors to be lining up to sign him. Last year, after he was traded to the Rams, OBJ was a top-24 receiver for the second half of the season. We don't know what to expect following yet another torn ACL, but there are plenty of landing spots where he could provide WR2/3 value.

Among the primary teams who are expected to reach out to OBJ are the Buffalo Bills, Dallas Cowboys, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Los Angeles Rams. The best spot would appear to be the Bills, where Gabriel Davis has failed to become a consistent No. 2 behind Stefon Diggs. OBJ could theoretically work himself into that role.

That same possibility exists in Dallas and with the Rams. In Tampa Bay, he'd be the clear No. 3 behind Mike Evans and Chris Godwin. A dark horse suitor could also be the Los Angeles Chargers, who have been hit hard by injuries, especially at the receiver position where Keenan Allen and Mike Williams are both still out. The time to add OBJ is now. Another dark horse suitor should be the Baltimore Ravens, who recently lost their No. 1 receiver, Rashod Bateman.

Treylon Burks, Tennessee Titans – 21% Rostered

Treylon Burks returned from his four-game IR stint and played 35 of the team's 62 snaps. His production in his first game back and the early part of the season does seem a bit to be desired for fantasy managers, but this is still a first-round rookie who was an extremely talented and productive college player.

While there are certainly players beneath Burks on this list that have outperformed him on the season, Burks, based on his pedigree, would seem to have the most upside. Whether he achieves that upside is unknown, but if you're looking to make a change to your last 1–2 bench spots and aren't looking for someone to start for you next week, Burks should be someone to consider.

Burks has the highest yard-per-route run average among the Titans' pass-catchers at 1.72 and boasts a 21% target per route run rate. If the Titans make him a full-time player, he could quickly become Ryan Tannehill's No. 1 receiver.

There isn't a ton of numbers to base adding Burks to your roster. This is somewhat of a leap of faith based on his pedigree and the recent trend of success from first-round rookie receivers. If you're in need of a starter in Week 11 due to an injury or a bye week, I'd advise looking elsewhere. If you're looking to add a lottery pick, Burks is a solid add.

Darius Slayton, New York Giants – 6% Rostered

Darius Slayton has certainly played his way into flex conversations moving forward. Since Week 5, he has been the No. 1 receiver for the Giants and he's been their second-most dangerous play-maker on offense behind only Saquon Barkley. Since Week 5, Slayton has averaged just 5.2 targets per game, but he's made the most of them working as Daniel Jones' primary deep-ball threat.

Despite the limited weekly volume, Slayton has racked up 316 yards during that span. This amounts to an average of 63.2 yards per game. He's also managed to find the end zone twice. He's had at least 55 yards and three receptions in four of the team's last five games.

The floor is still quite low, however. This is because of the low passing volume and the lack of efficiency in New York's passing game, but he has been the lone source of big plays in the passing game. Slayton looks like a very appealing streaming option for Week 11 with the Giants going up against the Lions' pathetic defense. While Burks is technically prioritized over Slayton, if I need a starter next week, I'm absolutely taking Slayton there.

Zay Jones, Jacksonville Jaguars – 22% Rostered

Zay Jones has been the clear No. 2 receiver for the Jaguars all season long. His overall production numbers, however, don't line up with the workload he's received. In Week 10, he earned 10 targets and finished with eight receptions and 68 yards. That kind of weekly volume is why he continues to be a strong waiver wire add.

In five of nine games this season, he has racked up eight or more targets. He has five games with at least five receptions and four games of at least 50 yards. He has found the end zone just one time, but fantasy managers should be expecting some positive touchdown regression in the future. He has 65 targets on the season and has just one score certainly puts him on the short list of players who have significantly underachieved in the touchdown category relative to his volume.

The Jaguars have their bye in Week 11 but return to action in Week 12 against the Ravens and Week 13 against the Lions. Both matchups have been very generous to receivers this season. With his volume and the positive matchups, Jones will be a solid streamer in Weeks 12 and 13.

Isaiah McKenzie, Buffalo Bills – 36% Rostered

There was a stretch where fantasy managers were concerned that Isaiah McKenzie might be losing his role to Khalil Shakir, but McKenzie's playing time has been on the rise over the past three weeks. In Week 8, he played 53% of the snaps, then 66% in Week 9, and 69% in Week 10.

The production hasn't followed, but Josh Allen has been uncharacteristically poor the past three weeks. McKenzie seems to have re-established as the Bills' primary slot receiver, which has historically been a fantasy-friendly role. He finished with four receptions and 37 yards in Week 10. He also chipped in an 18-yard rush.

As long as he maintains that role, the fantasy production will eventually follow, especially in Buffalo. This offense is one of the most pass-heavy in the NFL and is one of the most explosive. Once Allen stops throwing red zone interceptions, the offense will get back to their high-scoring outputs.

Terrace Marshall Jr., Carolina Panthers – 19% Rostered

Since Week 7, Terrace Marshall has snap shares of 86%, 93%, 92%, and 89%. Not surprisingly, Marshall has been very boom or bust. Such is life as a Carolina Panthers receiver. That's not going to change anytime soon. Regardless of who is under center, this passing attack will not be good. That's the risk that comes with Marshall.

During these four games, the first and last games of this sample consisted of Marshall finishing with five total targets, three total receptions, and 74 total yards. In the other two games, he has 15 targets, seven receptions, 140 yards, and one touchdown.

However, if you're in a pinch in Week 11, Marshall will be on the streaming radar because the Panthers will go up against the Ravens. Baltimore has allowed the sixth-most half-PPR fantasy points to receivers this year with 31.1 points per game. The Ravens are likely to be heavily favored, which will lead to Carolina being in a game situation, which will force them to throw the ball quite a bit.

Michael Gallup, Dallas Cowboys – 42% Rostered

When Michael Gallup finally returned to the lineup, he played behind Noah Brown, and therefore his fantasy production was minimal. While his fantasy production hasn't kicked in yet, there are at least some positive signs.

In three of the last four weeks, Gallup has earned at least six targets. Despite having games with seven (twice) and six targets in the last four weeks, the most receiving yards he's finished with is 49. That's certainly not what fantasy managers are looking for, but the volume has been there.

What hasn't helped Gallup is the strength of the Cowboys' defense, which has resulted in the Dallas offense being able to lean on their running game more than in recent seasons. Still, Gallup seems to now be locked in as the Cowboys' No. 2 receiver. If you're in deeper leagues, being able to add a starter who has a history of being productive on what should be a strong offense with an above-average quarterback, it's typically worth it.

Jahan Dotson, Washington Commanders – 21% Rostered

Jahan Dotson came out the gate swinging. The Penn State rookie found the end zone four times in his first four games. Due to those touchdowns, his fantasy point per game average was very strong and it led to his rostership skyrocketing before suffering a hamstring injury that has kept him out since Week 4.

There are reasons to put a little cold water on just how good of a start he had. While we all love touchdowns, we also need to recognize his touchdown rate was not at all sustainable. He had five or fewer targets in three out of four games and went over 50 in just one contest.

The Washington Commanders have a strong trio of receivers with Terry McLaurin, Curtis Samuel, and Dotson. That is going to be a detriment to his fantasy value in the second half of the season. Washington is just 26th in points scored and 22nd in passing yards, so the upside appears to be minimal. However, just like Treylon Burks above, he's a first-round rookie who has shown a lot of promise early. The team structure will make it difficult for him to fully breakout, but he should be someone fantasy managers in deeper leagues are looking at.

Mack Hollins, Las Vegas Raiders – 27% Rostered

Mack Hollins has played at least 85% of the team's snaps in every single game this season. Now, with Hunter Renfrow and Darren Waller both on IR for at least the next four games, Hollins becomes an interesting player to consider.

His fantasy production has been very boom or bust, but his window of opportunity is now wide open. Waller has not played since Week 5, while Renfrow missed Weeks 3, 4, and 10. Hollins has four games of at least six targets and has finished with at least three receptions in five games. He has just three games with more than 60 yards, however.

Fantasy managers should be expecting a boom or bust player moving forward, even with Renfrow and Waller out. It doesn't help that the Raiders offense has been surprisingly bad, but there's an opportunity for Hollins for the next few weeks. If you're in a larger league, he's worth a look in an offense that will likely have to remain a pass-heavy unit.

Others to Consider: Nico Collins, Houston Texans (13% Rostered), Parris Campbell, Indianapolis Colts (18% Rostered), Julio Jones, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (17% Rostered), Van Jefferson, Los Angeles Rams (7% Rostered), Jarvis Landry, New Orleans Saints (19% Rostered), Randall Cobb, Green Bay Packers (3% Rostered)

 

Tight Ends – Waiver Wire Options

Cole Kmet, Chicago Bears – 59% Rostered

I swear, we're not chasing touchdowns here. We're not. It's just an added benefit. Over the past two weeks, Cole Kmet has had 13 targets. That's an excellent volume for a tight end and he's been productive with it. He's caught nine of those 13 targets and finished with 115 yards and four touchdowns.

The Bears' offense is starting to hum in recent weeks as they've fully leaned into Justin Fields' athleticism and it's doing wonders for them on the field and on the scoreboard. Kmet has been one of the biggest beneficiaries.

In Week 11, the Bears will travel to Atlanta to face the Falcons, who have allowed the eighth-most half-PPR points to tight ends this season. With the way the Bears' offense is playing, with Kmet's weekly volume on the rise and an excellent matchup, if you're streaming tight ends, Kmet should be on the short list of tight ends you're looking to add this week.

Evan Engram, Jacksonville Jaguars – 52% Rostered

Looking at Evan Engram's box score, it'll look like he's had two bad games in a row. However, he left their Week 9 game against the Raiders early and played just half the team's snaps. He struggled in Week 10 against Kansas City, securing just three of his four targets. Prior to his early exit in Week 9, Engram had at least six targets in four straight games from Weeks 5–8. During that time, he had 19 receptions, 231 yards, and one touchdown.

Engram is having a nice bounce-back season in Jacksonville, averaging 5.2 targets, 3.67 receptions, and 37.6 yards per game. Engram is a better option in full-PPR leagues because he has just one touchdown on the season. However, it should be noted he has had two touchdowns overturned. But, he has four receptions or more in six of his 10 games.

The Jaguars are on a bye in Week 11, before they return to action to face off against Baltimore and Detroit in their next two weeks. The Ravens have allowed the 14th-most points to tight ends and the Lions have allowed the third-most points to tight ends this season. While he hasn't been good enough to be a must-add through his bye week, if you got an extra roster spot and are streaming tight ends, if you're able to plan ahead, he's worth a look.

Foster Moreau, Las Vegas Raiders – 16% Rostered

Darren Waller is currently on the IR and will miss at least the next three weeks, which means fantasy managers in need of a tight end could look at Foster Moreau. However, expectations need to be held in check to some extent.

This past weekend, Moreau finished with 43 yards, but he did find the end zone. With Waller and Renfrow on IR, Moreau has an opportunity to carve out a role as Derek Carr's No. 2 option in the passing game behind Davante Adams.

He finished Week 10 with four targets and three receptions but did leave the game briefly. In Week 11, the Raiders will go up against the Broncos, who are exactly the middle of the pack when it comes to defending tight ends. They've allowed the 16th-most points to tight ends. However, in Week 12, Moreau will get a tasty matchup against the Seahawks, who have allowed the most fantasy points to tight ends at 18.3.

Others to Consider: Cade Otton, Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 18% Rostered, Juwan Johnson, New Orleans Saints (12% Rostered)

 

Quarterbacks – Waiver Wire Options

Daniel Jones, New York Giants – 64% Rostered

Daniel Jones has 387 rushing yards and is one of the more under-the-radar dual-threat passers in the NFL. He has four games with at least 35 yards rushing and three with more than 65. He has just two interceptions on the year and has been risk-averse.

While he has just two games with more than 200 yards passing, Jones has been a quality fantasy starter this season. He does not have a single game with fewer than 12 points and four games of 16 or more points. Simply put, he's highly unlikely to cost you any matchup, but he does have a ceiling due to his rushing ability.

In Week 11, the Giants will go up against the Lions, who have allowed the third-most fantasy points to quarterbacks this season, so he'll be in a great position to provide for fantasy managers this upcoming week.

Others to Consider: Jacoby Brissett, Cleveland Browns (16% Rostered), Ryan Tannehill, Tennessee Titans (13% Rostered), Matt Ryan, Indianapolis Colts (11% Rostered), DeShaun Watson, Cleveland Browns (37% Rostered)

 

Team Defenses – Waiver Wire Options

Cincinnati Bengals Defense – 27% Rostered

The Bengals are on the road in Week 11, but they have a great matchup going up against their divisional rival, the Pittsburgh Steelers. They've allowed the third-most points to opposing defenses this season.

New York Jets Defense – 19% Rostered

The Jets' defense has been a strong unit this year and they have a positive matchup in Week 11. They'll also be going up against a divisional rival. They'll do battle with the New England Patriots, fresh off of their bye week. The Patriots have allowed the 13th-most points to opposing defenses.

Others to Consider: Los Angeles Rams Defense (56% Rostered)



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Caleb Williams2 days ago

Bears, Caleb Williams Agree On Rookie Deal
Keegan Bradley2 days ago

Looks To End Cut Streak At 2024 Open Championship
Brian Harman2 days ago

Looks To Defend The Claret Jug
Carlos Correa2 days ago

Won't Play In All-Star Game
Corey Conners2 days ago

Brings Strong Form To Royal Troon Debut
Cameron Young2 days ago

Readies For Third Open Championship
Tony Finau2 days ago

Returns To Royal Troon
Justin Thomas2 days ago

Returns To The Site Of His First Open
Brooks Koepka2 days ago

Debuts At Royal Troon
Daniel Jones2 days ago

Hasn't Had Any Setbacks
Rome Odunze2 days ago

Signs Rookie Deal
Brandon Aiyuk2 days ago

Officially Requests A Trade
Bryson DeChambeau2 days ago

Bryson Dechambeau Looking To Finish Off Historic Major Run At Royal Troon
Ludvig Aberg2 days ago

Debuts At The Open Championship
Kel'el Ware2 days ago

Bags Another Double-Double Versus Thunder
Pete Alonso2 days ago

Prefers Not To Be Traded
Cleveland Guardians2 days ago

Chase Mobley Slides To 10th Round
San Francisco Giants2 days ago

Dakota Jordan Slips To Fourth Round
Miami Marlins2 days ago

Gage Miller Headed To Marlins
Los Angeles Angels2 days ago

Angels Tab Ryan Prager As Third-Round Selection
Washington Nationals2 days ago

Kevin Bazzell Selected By Nationals In Third Round
Corbin Burnes3 days ago

Named American League Starter For All-Star Game
Bobby Witt Jr.3 days ago

Finishes Second In Home Run Derby
Teoscar Hernández3 days ago

Teoscar Hernandez Wins 2024 Home Run Derby
Kyle Busch3 days ago

Hopes For Playoffs Take Another Hit At Pocono
Ross Chastain3 days ago

Struggles Continue At Pocono
James Conner3 days ago

Hopes To Build On 2023 Campaign
AJ Dillon3 days ago

Enters Training Camp On Roster Bubble
Dustin Hopkins3 days ago

Browns, Dustin Hopkins Agree To Three-Year Extension
NASCAR3 days ago

Martin Truex Jr Won Stage 1 at Pocono, but Foiled by Strategy Yet Again
Ryan Blaney3 days ago

Denny Hamlin Finished Second at Pocono but Matched Ryan Blaney in Performance
Ty Gibbs3 days ago

Had Speed at Pocono, but Hindered by Strategy, Speeding Penalty, and Sour Engine
Ryan Blaney3 days ago

Scores Penske's First Pocono Win Since 2011
Keaton Mitchell3 days ago

Placed On PUP List
Mike Trout3 days ago

Targeting Late-July Return
Tracy Cortez3 days ago

Suffers Her First UFC Loss
Rose Namajunas3 days ago

Dominates Tracy Cortez
Tyler Reddick3 days ago

Incredible Consistency Continues At Pocono
Alex Bowman3 days ago

Captures Third Place At Pocono
Muslim Salikhov3 days ago

Edges Out Split Decision At UFC Denver
Santiago Ponzinibbio3 days ago

Loses Second Fight In A Row
Ange Loosa3 days ago

Drops Decision Matchup
Gabriel Bonfim3 days ago

Gets Decision Win At UFC Denver
Brad Keselowski3 days ago

Finishes Seventh At The Great American Getaway 400
Chris Buescher3 days ago

Earns Spot In DraftKings Winning Lineup At Pocono
Nick Chubb3 days ago

Making Good Progress After Knee Surgery
Joey Logano3 days ago

Finishes Fifth At Pocono On Sunday
William Byron3 days ago

Still Ends Up In Top Five At Pocono
Abdul Razak Alhassan4 days ago

Gets a NC At UFC Denver
Cody Brundage4 days ago

Fight Ends Early Due To Illegal Shots
Christian Rodriguez4 days ago

Gets Submitted At UFC Denver
Julian Erosa4 days ago

Pulls Off Upset At UFC Denver
Drew Dober4 days ago

Suffers Stoppage Loss At UFC Denver
Drew Dober4 days ago

Jean Silva Dominates Drew Dober At UFC Denver
Jordan Addison4 days ago

Arrested On Friday Night
Caleb Williams4 days ago

Not Involved In Contract Discussions
Tyreek Hill4 days ago

Still Not Concerned About A New Deal
NASCAR4 days ago

Bubba Wallace Is One Of The Top DFS Options For Pocono
Martin Truex Jr4 days ago

. Is A Top Favorite To Win At Pocono
Joey Logano4 days ago

Will Start 10th At Pocono This Week
Brad Keselowski4 days ago

Should Fantasy Players Roster Brad Keselowski At Pocono?
Chase Elliott4 days ago

Will Start 11th At Pocono This Week
Austin Cindric4 days ago

Is A Capable Value Pick For Pocono
William Byron4 days ago

Expect William Byron To Compete For The Win At Pocono
Denny Hamlin4 days ago

The Favorite To Win At Pocono
Tyler Reddick4 days ago

Should Be Strong At Pocono

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