Posts Tagged ‘Malcom Floyd’

BenJarvus Green-Ellis fighting for roster spot?

In today’s Three and Out: BenJarvus Green-Ellis could be out of a job; Malcom Floyd is happy to get back to his job.

Malcom Floyd expected to play this season

In today’s Three and Out: Malcom Floyd is expected back on the field in 2014; two recent free agents have lots to prove with their new teams.

Jeff Tuel ready to go for Bills … if needed

In today’s Three and Out: Jeff Tuel could be Buffalo’s Week 1 starter, or he could not be. Carolina puts Jonathan Stewart on the PUP list.

Malcom Floyd suffers knee injury in practice

In today’s Three and Out: Add Malcom Floyd to the list of injured Chargers WRs; Jonathan Stewart could be ready for the regular season opener.

AFC West’s fantasy strength sits in Denver

Marcas Grant breaks down the fantasy potential of the AFC West. No surprise — the Denver Broncos boast the best roster in the division.

Ray Rice not worried about losing carries

In today’s Three and Out: Ray Rice is okay with losing some carries; Maurice Jones-Drew says he’s feeling better and Keenan Allen is itching to start.

NFL fantasy football: Tim Tebow over Mark Sanchez?

Is Tim Tebow or Mark Sanchez a better option in fantasy football drafts?

Jackson’s value won’t rise in Tampa Bay

Newly-acquired WR Vincent Jackson will help the Buccaneers pass attack, but his fantasy value has taken a slight hit.

Fantasy Feedback: Week 16

A running log of NFL Week 16 from a fantasy perspective.

Injury roundup: Chiefs lose Charles for season

The injury list in Week 2 starts with Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles, who suffered a season-ending knee injury.

Fitzpatrick leads Playbook’s all-unheralded team

In a league filled with stars, where every team has its marquee guys, it is the unheralded players that can truly make the difference in how teams fare year to year. In our 2010 film study, we have identified 22 players who stand out on tape but may not be the first names that come to mind when you think of their respective positions.

Five ‘eye in the sky’ matchups for Week 1

At this late stage of the week, you have surely heard about every story line centered around quarterbacks, star skill players, loud talkers and frequent Tweeters. But there are 11 players on either side matching up on any given play. Below we list five matchups that, based on tape study, we are interested in seeing play out in Week 1

Countdown to Kickoff: 200-yard receiving games

We’re now six days away from the start of the 2011 NFL season. When the Browns host the Bengals on Sept. 11, Cleveland will do all they can to prevent the kind of yardage Terrell Owens dropped on them in 2010 — a 10-catch, 222-yard effort in a game Cincinnati still lost, 23-20.

Routt only one example of how deals are reworked

It’s common practice for NFL teams to rework contracts to create more salary-cap space, and the moves generally also benefit the player (except in cases where he takes a legitimate paycut to stay).

Chargers not at full strength against Bengals

The Chargers must keep winning to have a chance at making the playoffs, but their task just got a little tougher. San Diego will be without Pro Bowl TE Antonio Gates and WR Malcom Floyd at Cincinnati.

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