NFL Network’s Jason LaCanfora is reporting that Christian Ponder will start for the Vikings, but what will it mean to your fantasy team? Let’s just say that it can’t get much worse. If you spent any time watching Donovan McNabb throwing bounce passes to his receivers, this should be looked at as a positive move.
Posts Tagged ‘Michael Jenkins’
The Atlanta Falcons have released wide receiver Michael Jenkins and former first-round pick Jamaal Anderson.
With the outcome of Sunday’s game against the Panthers no longer in question, the Falcons started pulling their regulars early during the fourth quarter.
While QB Jake Delhomme is active for the Browns, Seneca Wallace will start against the Falcons.
Falcons WR Michael Jenkins (shoulder) is inactive again Sunday against the 49ers after limited participation in practice this week and being listed as questionable on Friday’s injury report.
The Atlanta Falcons will head into a key NFC South game against the New Orleans Saints without two key starters who had been listed as questionable — wide receiver Michael Jenkins and safety Erik Coleman.
Posted: Tuesday, August 10th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: 2010 Training Camps, Atlanta Falcons, Brian Finneran, Corey Peters, Curtis Lofton, Kerry Meier, Matt Ryan, Michael Jenkins, Pat Kirwan, Sean Weatherspoon
Pat Kirwan was at Falcons camp on Tuesday with an update for “Around the League,” taking a closer look at Matt Ryan, replacing Michael Jenkins and the rookies on defense.
Posted: Tuesday, August 10th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Adam Rank, Atlanta Falcons, Brian Finneran, Kerry Meier, Matt Ryan, Michael Jenkins, Michael Turner, Pat Kirwan, Roddy White, Tom Brady, Tony Gonzalez
There is a lot of optimism for the Falcons this season, and I am high on a number of the Falcons fantasy stars, including QB Matt Ryan and RB Michael Turner. NFL.com senior analyst Pat Kirwan was in Falcons camp today and he believes that Ryan and Turner are poised for huge seasons.
Everywhere you look during a Pro Bowl practice, Deion Sanders is in the mix.
The Falcons will be without QB Matt Ryan, RB Michael Turner and WR Michael Jenkins against the Eagles on Sunday, NFL Network’s Kara Henderson reports. The Falcons also won’t have offensive linemen Sam Baker and Harvey Dahl.
The Falcons will have their regular tandem of starting wide receivers Sunday as Michael Jenkins will play alongside Roddy White against the Panthers.
Falcons second-year wide receiver Harry Douglas will miss the season after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament in his knee at practice Wednesday.
The Atlanta Falcons extended the contracts of wide receiver Michael Jenkins and defensive tackle Jonathan Babineaux on Tuesday. Turns out that Jenkins new deal with the Falcons is four years, $20 million. Babineaux’s numbers are five years, $25 million.