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Ryan Glasgow CIN DT
Bengals' Ryan Glasgow: Torn ACL confirmed31m ago
Glasgow suffered a torn ACL in Sunday's game against the Panthers, Paul Dehner of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
As expected, Glasgow's season is over after an MRI confirmed a torn ACL. Glasgow will be placed on injured reserve in the next day or two, and Josh Tupou is expected to get some added reserve reps at defensive tackle.
Prince Amukamara CHI DB
Bears' Prince Amukamara: Day-to-day with hamstring injury41m ago
Head coach Matt Nagy said Monday that Amukamara (hamstring) is day-to-day.
Amukamara was forced to leave Sunday's game against the Cardinals due to the hamstring injury and did not return. It sounds like the Bears are still evaluating the cornerback, so expect another update on Amukamara's status once the Bears release their first injury report later this week.
Cody Latimer NYG WR
Giants' Cody Latimer: Catches one ball Sunday1h ago
Latimer caught one of two targets for 15 yards in Sunday's win over the Texans.
The Giants are loaded with pass-catching options for Eli Manning this season, and while Latimer has shown promise over the course of his short NFL career, it's clear that his role on this team is very limited. It will likely remain that way unless one of New York's top receiving threats suffers an injury
Jonathan Stewart NYG RB
Giants' Jonathan Stewart: Remains No. 3 running back1h ago
Stewart carried the ball two times for eight yards in Sunday's win over the Texans.
That makes two straight weeks with just two carries for Stewart, and it looks like he is the clear No. 3 in the Giants' backfield pecking order, as Wayne Gallman carried the ball six times Sunday. Injuries will be the only way Stewart becomes a legitimate fantasy option this season.
Wayne Gallman NYG RB
Giants' Wayne Gallman: Six carries in Week 31h ago
Gallman recorded 25 yards on six carries in Sunday's win over the Texans.
Gallman saw more work out of the backfield than his one rush attempt in last week's loss to the Cowboys, and it appears as though he has emerged as the clear No. 2 tailback for the Giants, as Jonathan Stewart only rushed the ball twice against Houston. However, Gallman will have no fantasy value unless starter Saquon Barkley is inactive.
Aldrick Rosas NYG K
Giants' Aldrick Rosas: Perfect again vs. Houston1h ago
Rosas went 2-for-2 on field goals and made all three of his extra point attempts in Sunday's win over the Texans.
I was another successful day for Rosas, who remained a perfect 7-for-7 on the season with successful kicks of 44 and 30 yards. The good news for Rosas this weekend was that the Giants offense was finally effective in moving the ball on offense, and if they can keep that up moving forward, Rosas becomes a much more intriguing fantasy option.
Chris Iannetta COL C
Rockies' Chris Iannetta: Retreats to bench for series opener2m ago
Iannetta is not in the lineup Monday against the Phillies, Kyle Newman of The Denver Post reports.
Iannetta will take a seat for Monday's series opener after starting the past two games behind the dish, going 2-for-7 with a pair of walks and three RBI over those contests. Tony Wolters will catch Jon Gray and hit eighth in his place.
Carlos Gonzalez COL RF
Rockies' Carlos Gonzalez: Remains on bench Monday5m ago
Gonzalez is not in the lineup Monday against the Phillies, Kyle Newman of The Denver Post reports.
Gonzalez is hitting just .128/.180/.213 through 13 games in September, so he'll stick on the bench for the fifth time in the last six games. David Dahl will cover right field in his absence, with Gerardo Parra getting the nod in left.
Kolten Wong STL 2B
Cardinals' Kolten Wong: Expected to start Tuesday8m ago
Manager Mike Shildt said Wong (hamstring) is expected to rejoin the starting lineup Tuesday against the Brewers, Rob Rains of StLSportsPage.com reports.
Wong is out of the lineup for a third straight game as he continues to deal with a hamstring issue, though he was able to complete running and fielding drills prior to Monday's game and is available off the bench, according to Jenifer Langosch of MLB.com. Look for Yairo Munoz, who is starting in place of Wong on Monday, to return to a reserve role should Wong be cleared to rejoin the starting nine Tuesday.
Josh Donaldson CLE 3B
Indians' Josh Donaldson: Hits bench Monday11m ago
Donaldson is not in the lineup Monday against the White Sox, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Donaldson has hit just .219 in 10 games since joining Cleveland, though he has a pair of homers and a respectable enough .712 OPS. Yandy Diaz will start at third base Monday.
Maurice Harkless POR SF
Trail Blazers' Maurice Harkless: Will be limited to start camp36m ago
Harkless said he's yet to make a full recovery from the knee procedure he underwent at the end of the 2017-18 season and will be limited for the start of training camp, Joe Freeman of the Oregonian reports.
Harkless missed 11 of the Trail Blazers' final 13 games last season with a knee injury, which included sitting out two of the team's four losses to the Pelicans in the first round of the playoffs. He apparently underwent a procedure to correct the issue at some point following the season, though an exact date hasn't been provided. Either way, Harkless is still dealing with some discomfort and is set to be limited for the start of training camp. He hasn't been cleared for 5-on-5 work, so with the preseason kicking off this Saturday against Toronto, it seems highly unlikely that Harkless is available. Whether or not Harkless sees any time at all during the preseason is also up in the air, so it will be a situation to monitor over the next few weeks. The Trail Blazers' regular-season opener is scheduled for Oct. 18 against the Lakers.
Robin Lopez CHI C
Bulls' Robin Lopez: Will compete to retain starting role1h ago
Head coach Fred Hoiberg said Lopez will battle Wendell Carter for the starting center job, Cody Westerlund of 670TheScore.com reports.
Lopez was in-and-out of the lineup last year with the Bulls effectively tanking, but the big man did start all 64 games he played in. With Carter being drafted in the first round of this year's draft, the expectation was that Lopez's role could take a hit, which was confirmed Monday when coach Hoiberg said the two would battle for the top spot. Lopez easily has the experience advantage, but Carter's upside will be tough to keep off the floor. Whether it happens right at the start of the season or at some point thereafter, there seems to be a strong possibility Lopez ends up in a bench role. For now, it will be a battle to monitor throughout camp and the preseason.
Milos Teodosic LAC PG
Clippers' Milos Teodosic: Fully recovered from plantar fascia issue1h ago
Teodosic said Monday that he's at 100 percent heading into training camp after battling a plantar fascia injury for much of last season, Tomer Azarly of Clutch Points reports.
In his first NBA season, the veteran point guard showed flashes of what made him one of the biggest stars in Europe, but he was limited to just 45 games due in large part to an ongoing bout with plantar fasciitis, an injury that typically requires extended rest to fully heal. At Monday's media day, the 31-year-old said he's fully recovered as he enters his second year with the Clippers. Teodosic figures to be in the regular guard rotation, but he may have difficulty playing enough minutes to be fantasy-relevant in most leagues, given that the Clippers also have to find time for Patrick Beverley, Avery Bradley and Lou Williams, in addition to lottery picks Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Jerome Robinson.
Wendell Carter Jr. CHI PF
Bulls' Wendell Carter: In competition to start at center1h ago
Head coach Fred Hoiberg said Carter would compete with Robin Lopez for the starting center job, Cody Westerlund of 670TheScore.com reports.
The seventh overall pick of the 2018 NBA Draft, Carter was already expected to be a contributor right away, though it appears he'll actually have a chance to start if he out-performs Lopez during camp. That puts Carter in one of the more intriguing positions among rookies to become a fantasy contributor early on, as a starting job would mean big minutes. That said, Carter is still just 19 years old and Lopez has 10 years of NBA experience, so it certainly will be tough for Carter to ultimately win that job. Look for the battle to commence later this week and expect Carter to get plenty of run in the preseason.
Nikola Mirotic NO PF
Pelicans' Nikola Mirotic: Could see time at small forward2h ago
Head coach Alvin Gentry said he'd experiment with Mirotic at small forward during the preseason, Jim Eichenhofer of Pelicans.com reports.
Gentry referenced a potential "big" lineup, which would feature Mirotic, Anthony Davis and Julius Randle all in the frontcourt at the same time. Considering the NBA seems to be transitioning to smaller lineups as a whole, it's uncertain when, or if, this lineup would be utilized in the regular season, but it's still something to keep in mind that could help Mirotic's value in the long run. Mirotic spent the bulk of last season at power forward, in addition to some minor work at center, so the option to play at small forward could help keep his minutes up despite Randle's addition this offseason. Mirotic averaged 27.2 minutes across 55 games last year.
Jordan Bell GS PF
Warriors' Jordan Bell: Will compete for starting gig2h ago
Bell will compete with Kevon Looney and Damian Jones for the starting center job, Marc J. Spears of ESPN reports.
The Warriors are expected to be without DeMarcus Cousins (Achilles) for an extended amount of time and head coach Steve Kerr confirmed Monday that Draymond Green would remain at power forward to start the year. As a result, Bell, Looney and Jones are expected to battle for the top job. With the likes of Zaza Pachulia, JaVale McGee and David West all no longer on the roster, the entire trio should see more playing time during the upcoming campaign than they did a season ago. That said, considering the talent already on the roster, Bell would be nothing more than the fifth option offensively if he starts, which would likely limit his fantasy utility to those in deeper leagues.
Jordan Bellerive PIT C
Penguins' Jordy Bellerive: Headed back to juniors40m ago
Bellerive was reassigned to his junior club (WHL Lethbridge), TSN reports.
Bellerive has already racked up two points in two games for the Hurricanes and would appear to be on track to repeat his 2017-18 campaign in which he tallied 92 points in 71 games. If the center puts together similar productivity this season, he should challenge for a spot on the 23-man roster heading into the 2019-20 campaign -- although the team may opt to let him spend a year with the Baby Pens in the AHL first.
Juuso Riikola PIT D
Penguins' Juuso Riikola: Survives another round of cuts1h ago
Riikola remains on the Pens' roster after the team cut 18 players Sunday.
Riikola has put together a strong training camp which has him putting pressure on Chad Ruhwedel for a spot on the 23-man roster. Signed to a one-year, entry-level contract this offseason, the undrafted blueliner has spent the last five seasons playing in his native Finland. If he does make the team, the 24-year-old will likely spend a lot of time in the press box as the Pens' blue line is pretty well set with no current openings for a young player to break into.
Jonathan Bernier DET G
Red Wings' Jonathan Bernier: Can't play Tuesday1h ago
Bernier is out for Tuesday's game against the Blackhawks with a lower body injury. He's also questionable for Wednesday's game with the Bruins.
Bernier is in his first season with the Wings, having played last season with the Avalanche. Incumbent Wings starter Jimmy Howard has had his struggles, so there could be a chance for Bernier to carve out a role for Detroit. For now, the 30-year-old is ensconced in the backup role.
Jonathan Ericsson DET D
Red Wings' Jonathan Ericsson: Not playing Tuesday1h ago
Ericsson won't play Tuesday against the Blackhawks due to an upper-body injury, and is likely out for Wednesday as well.
The Swedish defenseman hasn't been officially ruled out for Wednesday's game with the Bruins, but the odds are not in his favor. That being said, Ericsson has never had more than 15 points in a season, so fantasy owners likely aren't too worried.
Danny DeKeyser DET D
Red Wings' Danny DeKeyser: Suffers upper-body injury1h ago
DeKeyser has been ruled out for Tuesday's matchup with Chicago due to an upper-body injury, Dana Wakiji of the Red Wings' official site reports.
Coach Jeff Blashill wouldn't go so far as to say DeKeyser wouldn't play Wednesday versus Boston, but he certainly didn't sound hopeful -- labelling the blueliner as questionable. Injuries limited the 28-year-old DeKeyser to just 65 games last season in which he managed to tallied a mere 12 points. If he does miss any time, Luke Witkowski figures to slot into the lineup in his stead.
Dylan Strome ARI C
Coyotes' Dylan Strome: Will play Monday1h ago
Strome (upper body) will take the ice Monday against the Ducks, Craig Morgan of The Athletic reports.
The Coyotes are still holding out hope that the third-overall pick from 2015 will finally be able to contribute to the team. Fortunately this injury didn't turn out too serious, as it might have hurt his chances of making the team, let alone making an impact at the NHL level.