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  1. JAKE LUTONQB, JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS Jaguars selected Oregon State QB Jake Luton with the No. 189 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. Luton (6'6/224) started in 20 of 23 career games for the Beavers, joining Tua Tagovailoa and Justin Fields as one of only three FBS quarterbacks with 21-plus touchdown passes and three or fewer interceptions in 2019. While Luton's gangly frame includes large hands (10 3/8") and sufficient mobility to extend plays outside the pocket, he peaked with 7.6 yards per attempt in coach Jonathan Smith’s pro-style offense due to his conservative nature as a game manager and checkdown artist. Luton shows the willingness to stand behind the line of scrimmage and take shots, but he completed just 35.8 percent of his passes under pressure in three years at Oregon State (via Pro Football Focus). His medicals will be crucial after suffering a thoracic spine fracture in September 2017 and missing the final game of his college career with a forearm injury last November. A 24-year-old prospect who seemingly prevents explosive plays, Luton projects to be fighting for his life on an active roster throughout his career. SOURCE: Aaron Wilson on Twitter Apr 25, 2020, 4:09 PM ET Had good 2020 Jaguars Training Camp, has to be better than Minshew!
  2. Fire 🔥 him up! DARRELL HENDERSONRB, LOS ANGELES RAMS Darrell Henderson (thigh) was removed from the Week 7 injury report and will play Monday against the Bears. Henderson practiced in full Saturday after sitting out Friday. He played a season-high 53% of the snaps last week against the Niners and continues to look like the back to own in L.A., though coach Sean McVay can change his mind at any moment. Henderson is an RB2 with upside in the Rams' run-heavy offense. Oct 24, 2020, 5:26 PM ET
  3. Just grabbed him today, he should see lot's of targets with Robinson getting Rams Ramsey & Saints Lattimore next two games.
  4. Cards are middle of the road #14 against TE. Russ does Love him some Dissly; hoping last outing with TD vs Vikings is sign of more to come.
  5. Have the Rape charge(s) been dismissed? Any lingering Legal issues that could prevent him from playing in the NFL? Maybe Brady has his Attorney Retainer for AB?
  6. AUSTIN HOOPERTE, CLEVELAND BROWNS Browns TE Austin Hooper (appendicitis) could miss the team's Week 8 game against the Raiders as well as Week 7 against the Bengals. Hooper was been declared out for this week after undergoing surgery for appendicitis today. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport said Hooper is no sure thing for the team's Week 8 game against Vegas. David Njoku has run more pass routes than Harrison Bryant since Njoku returned to the Browns' lineup two week ago, and has one more target than Bryant over that stretch. We could see a fairly even split between Bryant and Njoku with Hooper out, but Njoku makes for the slightly more preferable waiver wire add for fantasy players in deep leagues and tight end premium formats. RELATED: David Njoku , Harrison Bryant SOURCE: Ian Rapoport on Twitter Oct 23, 2020, 1:13 PM ET ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Njoku could be interviewing with his play for change of Team this week!
  7. Lot’s of Diontae noise in here! Claypool is on another level entirely. Dude is a Beast with outstanding athletic ability at 6’4” 240ish. No 2020 preseason & has accomplished huge gains, TD’s in real life & Fantasy. Perhaps some Steelers Fans, I.E., TsR1823 can shed more light on this: before Ben’s elbow gave out; how many targets per game did he send Diontae’s way last year? This month, Ben praised Claypool as person & WR, the Kid delivers almost every time he throws him the ball. My money is on the Steelers getting him the ball more not less, no matter who else is on the field with their offense. Who would you throw the football to?!
  8. Ditto! Could have been 20! Just missed TD on first drive, tackled inside 1 yard line!
  9. Trade deadline rumors abound, Team(s) he would help immediately & not just be deep decoy? Where could he actually get best opportunity to use his speed & actually catch the football 🏈? Packers, Bears? Patriots? Eagles?
  10. Thoughts on Ravens signing Dez Bryant today to their practice squad. Is this a wake up for Boykin as one scribe as noted? Or is it a mentoring gig to their young receivers? Anyone think he’s got anything left in the tank after not playing in NFL since 2017?
  11. Sure do! 16 Teamer with Andrews & Gesicki on Bye...Here’s to hoping Wentz still loves TE as #1 option in Redzone!
  12. ^Right on GeneralTsou! Anytime he’s playing, it only takes one deep ball 🏈 4.27 wins!
  13. ^ Waste of talent! Minshew not living up to last years glimmer of hope!
  14. Packers LB & WR Return to Practice From Injured Reserve Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share via E-mail Show more sharing options 35.8K Views 5.8K Shares By Jordan J. Wilson Updated Oct 12, 2020 at 6:23pm Getty Images Wide receiver Equanimeous St. Brown #19 of the Green Bay Packers and quarterback Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers celebrate after a touchdown in the fourth quarter against the Los Angeles Rams at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on October 28, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. The Green Bay Packers welcomed back rookie inside linebacker Kamal Martin and wide receiver Equanimeous St. Brown to practice Monday from injured reserve, bringing each one closer to playing his first snaps of the 2020 season. According to Matt Schneidman of The Athletic, the Packers designated both players to return from IR ahead of Week 6’s road game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and will now have a three-week window to activate them. No spaces will need to be cleared for them on the 53-man roster until they are activated.