Jets RB Leon Washington won’t return to Sunday’s game against the Raiders after sustaining a lower leg injury during the first quarter.
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Chiefs WR Dwayne Bowe remains a must-start, but Texans WR Kevin Walter is inactive today.
Posted: Tuesday, September 8th, 2009 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Brad Childress, Brandon Marshall, Brian Westbrook, Cadillac Williams, Chad Ochocinco, Chris Cooley, Darren McFadden, Eric Mangini, Felix Jones, Gregg Williams, Hakeem Nicks, JaMarcus Russell, Jason Witten, Jay Cutler, Josh Morgan, Kyle Orton, Leon Washington, Martellus Bennett, Matt Cassel, Matthew Stafford, Michael Crabtree, Nate Washington, Pat White, Ronnie Brown, Santana Moss, Sean McDermott, T.O., Terrell Suggs, Todd Haley, Tom Brandstater, Tony Gonzalez, willie parker
We’re all excited for the games to finally begin. Plenty of reasons to keep an eye on each offering.
During the Around The League segment on NFL Network’s Total Access today, I chatted with host Fran Charles about why Daunte Culpepper’s loss could be Matthew Stafford’s gain.
Posted: Friday, August 28th, 2009 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Ahmad Bradshaw, Antonio Bryant, Brandon Jacobs, Brandon Marshall, Cadillac Williams, Carson Palmer, Chad Ochocinco, Chaz Schilens, Chris Henry, Drew Brees, Earnest Graham, Eddie Royal. Derrick Ward, Glen Coffee, James Davis, Leon Washington, Michael Crabtree, Nate Washington, Ray Rice, Rex Ryan, Terrell Owens, Tim Hightower, Tom Brady, Troy Williamson, Willis McGahee
Here’s a look at my preseason fantasy risers and fallers. If you’re not ranking Chad Ochocinco ahead of Brandon Marshall now, you’re missing something!
Rookie RB Shonn Greene, who’s expected to spell Thomas Jones and Leon Washington in the Jets’ running game, could miss the rest of the preseason because of rib cartilage damage, coach Rex Ryan said.
Posted: Monday, August 24th, 2009 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Albert Haynesworth, Baltimore Ravens, Cam Cameron, Ed Reed, Haloti Ngata, Jared Gaither, Kellen Clemens, Leon Washington, Mark Sanchez, New York Jets, Ray Lewis, Ray Rice, Rex Ryan
Mark Sanchez looked every bit like a rookie against one of the better defenses in the NFL.
Posted: Thursday, August 6th, 2009 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Carson Palmer, Chad Ochocinco, Chris Wells, DeAngelo Williams, Eli Manning, Jason Campbell, Julius Jones, Justin Gage, Kevin Smith, Kyle Orton, Larry Johnson, Leon Washington, Marshawn Lynch, Matt Forte, Nate Washington, Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Ryan Grant, Shonn Greene, Thomas Jones, Tim Hightower
In an effort to help prepare you for your fantasy drafts, Michael Fabiano examines the best and worst schedules against the pass and run, based on last season’s final defensive totals.
I don’t mean to sound like the Grim Reaper, but out of respect and personal admiration for Rex Ryan, Jets fans need to temper the optimism that has gone out of control.
New York Jets running back Leon Washington arrived a day-late to training camp, a sign that contract negotiations may be progressing.
Washington was a no-show Thursday when Jets players were scheduled to check into the players’ dormitory in Cortland, N.Y.
What’s in the news today, and a reminder to join my web chat, starting at noon EST.
Jets RB Leon Washington was a no-show when the team reported to training camp Thursday, unhappy with his contract status, but he was on the field Friday morning for the team’s first practice.
Jets running back Leon Washington was a no-show at the first day of training camp Thursday, amid ongoing contract negotiations.
Washington is scheduled to make $535,000 this season, the final year of his rookie deal. He is reported to be seeking a contract worth approximately $6 million a year.
The Bears opened training camp with Danieal Manning lined up at free safety and Kevin Payne at strong safety. The alignment is the same one the Bears used to end last season, and Smith might be searching for some consistency in what has been an ever-changing position.
Thomas Jones might have been one of the most productive running backs in fantasy football last season, but Michael Fabiano sees his value falling with the new-look Jets.