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FFLockerRoom will be giving you a smorgasbord of NFL actives, inactives and weather each and every week leading up to game time during the NFL season. Used correctly, this tool will give you a major advantage over your competition in your fantasy football league(s). Now let’s get into the Fantasy Football Actives, Inactives and Weather Sunday Week 2 brought to you by FFLockerRoom. The page will refresh every 90 seconds for your convenience.
Information updated Game Days as it becomes available. All times Eastern.
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BYE WEEKS: None
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NFL Questionable and Doubtful Players for Week 2 that FFLockerRoom are Following
PK’s - Kai Forbath
QB’s - None.
DL’s - None.
NFL players that have been ruled OUT for WEEK 2
QB’s – Pat Devlin, Blaine Gabbert, Matt Barkley, McLeod-Bethel Thompson, Pat Devlin, Tyler Bray, Rex Grossman, Brian Hoyer, Case Keenum, Brad Sorensen, Ryan Lindley, Kellen Moore,Zac Dysert, Ryan Nassib, Matt McGloin
RB’s – Kenjon Barner, Vick Ballard, Zac Stacy, Josh Vaughan, Mike Gillislee, Joseph Randle, Evan Royster, Shaun Draughn, Cierre Wood, Shonn Greene, Khiry Robinson, Peyton Hillis, Ryan Williams, Mikel Leshoure, C.J. Anderson, Michael Cox
TE’s – Rob Housler, Tom Crabtree, Joel Dreessen, Adrien Robinson, David Ausberry, Emil Igwenagu, Brandon Williams, Dwayne Allen, Andre Smith, MarQueis Gray, Chris Gragg, Tom Crabtree, Rob Housler, Marcedes Lewis, David Ausberry
OL’s - Shawn Lauvao, Doug Legursky, Dennis Kelly, Jason Fox, David Diehl, Menelik Watson, Matt Tobin, Shelley Smith, Barrett Jones, Brandon Washington, Harland Gunn, Ryan Schraeder, Jeff Baca, Brian Folkerts, Dallas Thomas, Danny Watkins, Jeff Linkenbach, Khaled Holmes, David Arkin, Darrion Weems, Eric Kush, Josh LeRibeus, Martin Wallace, Jah Reid, Ryan Jensen, Sam Montgomery, Andrew Gardner, Cody White, Brian Schwenke, Byron Stingily, Lane Taylor, Doug Legursky, Brian Folkerts, Johnnie Troutman, Terron Armstead, Carl Nicks, Bobby Massie, Leroy Harris, John Moffitt, Chris Kuper, Brandon Mosley, Menelik Watson, Antoine McClain
CB’s – Quinton Pointer, James Dockery, Ron Brooks, Stephon Gilmore, Casey Hayward, Will Davis, Jamar Taylor, Bradley Fletcher, Michael Adams, Champ Bailey, Dwayne Gratz , Shaun Prater, Melvin White, Dunta Robinson, Jarrett Bush, Stephon Gilmore, Ron Brooks, Quentin Jammer, Marcus Burley, Chimdi Chekwa
DE’s - Vinny Curry, Gerald Rivers, Stansly Maponga, George Johnson, Wes Horton, Caesar Rayford, Ahtyba Rubin, Armonty Bryant, DeAngelo Tyson, Tim Jamison, Keyunta Dawson, Lavar Edwards, Josh Boyd, C.J. Wilson, Tyrunn Walkers, Glenn Foster, William Gholston, Steven Means, Jack Crawford
DL’s - Jaye Howard
DT’s - Brodrick Bunkley, Tyrunn Walker, Jordan Hill, Travian Robertson, Chase Baker, Sione Fua, Montori Hughes, Chris Neild, Brandon Williams, Drake Nevis, Nick Fairley, Alameda Ta’Amu, Johnathan Hankins, Abry Jones
FFLockerRoom Fantasy Football Injury News from Ziad Dahdul for WEEK 2
St. Louis - Daryl Richardson (foot injury, Probable): Richardson could be seen limping off the field last week against the Cardinals after he suffered an apparent foot injury. He got the day off Wednesday as a precaution, but was able to return to practice as a full participant on Thursday and Friday. With Isaiah Pead back from suspension this week, Richardson may get a few less carries as both a precaution and a way to get Pead some much needed touches. Either way, Richardson will be fine this week and remains a solid RB2/Flex option.
Atlanta - Roddy White (high ankle sprain, Questionable): Now this is a tough situation. White played last week despite reports that he wasn’t 100% and it was clear early on that he wasn’t right. This week, he was just a limited participant in practice again and even took to twitter to “warn” folks before playing him. With White only being a limited participant again in practice all week, you can’t feel too comfortable throwing him in your lineup again this week. High ankle sprains (this is what White is reported to have) don’t heal quickly and I just don’t know how much better he’ll be just seven days after being hobbled on the field during week 1. If you have a legit fourth WR, you may be better off going that route until White can show he’s healthy. If you don’t, then 75% of White is probably better than a low level waiver wire pickup.
Julio Jones (knee injury, Questionable): This one caught fantasy owner by surprise this week. Jones was a limited participant in practice on both Thursday and Friday, which is where the questionable injury tag came from. There is no word on what type of knee injury Jones suffered and he really didn’t look to be hobbled at all during last Sunday’s contest, so it’s tough to speculate exactly what’s going on with Jones’ knee. To me, if he’s active, you play him without a doubt. He may be a guy that bears watching as Sunday gets closer, so keep an eye on him and make sure he’ll be active before you get him in your lineup.
Cleveland – None.
Baltimore – None.
Carolina – None.
Buffalo – None.
Minnesota – None.
Chicago – None.
Washington – None.
Green Bay - Jermichael Finley (sprained big toe, Probable): Looks like Finley will be out there Sunday against the Redskins as he was able to practice on a limited basis on Thursday and Friday. There’s no doubt Finley will have to play through pain, as it’s impossible to run and cut without placing strain on the big toe, which basically means you can only protect the area to an extent. Every time he goes to push off, he will feel pain. Every time he engages a defender while blocking, he’ll feel pain. So just know that he’s not going to be close to 100% going into Sunday’s game, but he will definitely suit up and play.
Tennessee – None.
Houston - Owen Daniels (groin strain, sore back, Probable): Daniels took a beating in Monday’s night come from behind win over the Chargers and appears to have paid a small price for his breakout game. Both the groin strain and sore back are considered minor in nature and his ability to at least practice to some extent all week is a good sign for his availability and usage this coming Sunday. Expect a motivated Texans offense this Sunday when the face a trash-talking Titans team this Sunday.
Miami – None.
Indianapolis – None.
Dallas - Dez Bryant (sprained foot, Probable): Bryant doesn’t seem concerned about his sprained foot at all after practicing all week without limitation. He looks like he’ll be a full go against the Chiefs. I may be the minority here, but keep an eye on him during the game to see if there are any signs of re-injury. I don’t like the combination of a speedy, athletic WR and a sprained foot, even if it is mild. But it is great news that he was able to practice without issue all week. I think he’ll be just fine and will hopefully get more touches this week after being doubled all game against the Giants.
Tony Romo (bruised ribs, Probable): Romo was also a full participant this week after bruising his ribs during last week’s contest. He was reportedly moving well and didn’t show any signs of discomfort. The expectation should be that he wears some protective gear over the ribs to protect the apparent cartilage strain in order to allow Romo to stay upright and mobile. He should be ready to go against a rough Kansas City defense.
Kansas City - Jamaal Charles (quadriceps strain, Probable): Charles did not practice Wednesday (precautionary), was limited Thursday, and a full participant Friday. This doesn’t seem to be anything more than a minor strain, so it looks like he’ll be good to go heading into Sunday’s contest against the Cowboys. Expect a big game from Charles.
San Diego – None.
Philadelphia – None.
Detroit - Reggie Bush (groin strain, dislocated thumb, Probable): We talked about Bush earlier this week and it appears that he’s made progress all week, as he was a full participant each and every day. Coach Jim Schwartz even stated that there will not be a snap count limitation this week on Bush, so it looks like there is no concern about him heading into week 2. Joique Bell did play very well in week 1, so expect him to continue to get some carries, but it looks like this groin strain and thumb dislocation won’t limit Bush in any way this week. Expect him to be a full go.
Arizona - Larry Fitzgerald (hamstring strain, Questionable): Fitz suffered a mild hamstring strain during Sunday’s loss to the Rams. It looked to be nothing more than a minor issue and would not limit him at all in Week 2. However, Fitz re-injured the hamstring during practice on Wednesday, causing him to leave practice early. He did practice Thursday and Friday and was moving around well during individual WR drills on Friday, so it looks like he’s on track to play against the Lions on Sunday. He’ll most likely continue to get treatment on the hamstring over the weekend and is considered a game time decision. This is tricky considering the Cardinals-Lions game is a 4pm ET kickoff, which leaves you with limited options on the off chance he doesn’t play. My money is on Fitz playing and not being terribly limited as he’s only missed 4 games his entire career.
New Orleans – None.
Tampa Bay – None.
Denver – None.
New York - Victor Cruz had a heel injury last week. I think he’s fine. Ask the Cowboys.
Jacksonville - Maurice Jones-Drew had a relatively quiet return to the field Sunday, logging 15 carries for 45 yards and not catching a pass out of the backfield. Gabbert being out actually serves as a blessing for MJD, as Henne is a much more proficient passer and, while terribly inconsistent, will at least make defenses think twice before stacking eight in the box. I expect MJD to slowly get his feet under him and hit the ground running Week 2, as he actually looked very good moving around on the field. If you own him, stay patient. I think he serves as a terrific buy low guy if you find an owner who’s already willing to cut bait.
Oakland - Blaine Gabbert will be out this week against the Raiders. I’m just trying to figure out if anyone cares? Anyways, he suffered a laceration to his throwing hand during Sunday’s game, which required stitches. He was already dealing with a thumb issue, so this early designation should allow the laceration to heal and give his thumb some rest in order to help with his grip and strength of his throwing hand. Chad Henne gets the start this week, but again, you reeeeaaally shouldn’t care.
San Francisco – None.
Seattle – None.