Posts Tagged ‘Sidney Rice’

Three and out: Dez Bryant not certain to play

Dez Bryant isn’t a sure thing to play on Sunday, meaning other Cowboys receivers could benefit against San Francisco.

Seahawks play without Rice, Gallery vs. 49ers

Veteran WR Sidney Rice and OL Robert Gallery, two of the Seahawks’ biggest free-agent signees, were listed as inactive for Sunday’s season opener against the NFC West rival 49ers because of injuries.

Injury roundup: Texans’ Foster still uncertain

The official Week 1 injury reports for all 32 teams are in, so let’s take a lap around the league to look at some of the notable players whose status might be in question this week.

First and 10: Newton highlights Friday’s action

The Cam Newton show heads to Miami tonight as the Carolina Panthers tackle the Dolphins. Kevin Kolb and the Arizona Cardinals visit Green Bay and the Kansas City Chiefs travel to Baltimore on a night featuring six preseason games.

Rice’s stock takes a tumble in Seattle

Sidney Rice is one of the more talented, young fantasy wideouts in the league. But in Seattle, he’s in danger of disappearing.

McNabb’s draft value rises in Minnesota

The addition of Donovan McNabb is good news for Adrian Peterson and the rest of the Vikings’ top offensive options.

Seahawks out on Kolb but in on Jackson, Leinart

The Seahawks are out of the Kevin Kolb sweepstakes, according to a source. They had reservations about how steep the price would be in trade compensation paid to the Eagles and financial compensation paid to the QB.

Three and out: Rice could return to stardom

If the Ravens release Willis McGahee as expected, the fantasy appeal of Ray Rice is going to rise quickly.

First and 10: Lockout ain’t over ’til it’s over

Reports of an imminent labor deal between NFL owners and players might have been exaggerated. Or maybe not. The players — or, more accurately, the NFLPA’s executive committee — are in Washington, where they could vote on a proposed labor deal Thursday. The owners are meeting in Atlanta, examining the deal on their end. Keeping it all straight for you are NFL Network reporter Albert Breer and NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora.

Three and out: Fitzgerald’s stock rising?

If the Cardinals acquire Kevin Kolb, the fantasy appeal of Larry Fitzgerald will quickly rise.

Three and out: Ryan Grant expects to start

Ryan Grant expects to be the Packers’ No. 1 running back this season, but the emergence of James Starks has damaged his fantasy appeal.

Burress, in great shape, plots his return to NFL

Plaxico Burress is in our studios today, and I can tell you he immediately passed the eye test. Brian Baldinger and Solomon Wilcots immediately noted and commented on his physical appearance, and Burress told me he’s sticking to a strict regimen in South Florida, and his legs feel as strong and explosive as ever. “This is best I’ve felt in years,” he said. Burress is spending his days at Bommarito Performance Systems, an elite training facility, and has been joined there by other top receivers such as Chad Ochocinco and Sidney Rice. He said the ankle issues that bogged him down in the past are long gone, and he will be ready to go whenever the lockout ends. Baldinger asked […]

Three and out: Favre’s absence has fantasy impact

If the Vikings don’t add a veteran quarterback, fantasy owners would be wise to temper expectations for Sidney Rice in 2011.

First and 10: Ochocinco and Pryor teaming up?

Is he or isn’t he? At some point Monday night, there was a tweet from Chad Ochocinco saying he was “looking forward to tomorrow’s route running at 11 am Throwing with Terrell Pryor.” Could it be? Two of the most controversial figures in Ohio sports working out together Tuesday?

Three and out: Leshoure will be Detroit’s closer

Lions coach Jim Schwartz has a plan for his backfield, and it’s not going to improve the fantasy value of Jahvid Best.

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