Here’s a quick look at the injuries (other than Tom Brady) that could affect your fantasy team in Week 2:
Joseph Addai, RB, Indianapolis: Colts coach Tony Dungy said at his Monday press conference that he expects Addai (head) “to be fine” for Week 2. The veteran runner looks safe to start.
Marion Barber, RB, Dallas: X-rays on Barber’s ribs came back negative. He might not be 100 percent vs. Philadelphia, but all signs point to him being in the starting backfield for Dallas.
Dallas Clark, TE, Indianapolis: Clark (knee) had an MRI Monday and could be listed as questionable for Week 2. If you need another tight end, Anthony Fasano and L.J. Smith are options.
Willis McGahee, RB, Baltimore: McGahee (knee) was active in Week 1 but didn’t see a single carry. However, coach John Harbaugh told the Baltimore Sun McGahee will be “ready to go next week.”
Vince Young, QB, Tennessee: Young (knee) is expected to miss two to four weeks. Veteran Kerry Collins will take over under center, but his fantasy value is limited to larger leagues.