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Mychal Kendricks SEA LB
Seahawks' Mychal Kendricks: Records sack in debut2m ago
Kendricks totaled three tackles and a sack during Monday's 24-17 loss to the Bears. He also had a pass defense.
Kendricks -- who is currently appealing his suspension after pleading guilty to insider trading -- made an immediate impact in his first game for the Seahawks. The linebacker was on the field for 82 percent of the team's defensive snaps and will likely continue to see similar playing time until further notice.
Frank Clark SEA DE
Seahawks' Frank Clark: Brings down quarterback Monday6m ago
Clark recorded three solo tackles and a sack during Monday's 24-17 loss to the Bears.
Though Clark's tackle numbers aren't eye-opening thus far, he's been able to get to the quarterback in both of Seattle's first two games, adding to his career sack totals. The 25-year-old posted nine sacks in 2017 and is well on his way to surpassing that number this year.
T.J. Carrie CLE DB
Browns' TJ Carrie: Records sack Sunday14m ago
Carrie racked up eight tackles (six solo) and a sack during Sunday's 21-18 loss to the Saints.
Carrie tied for the team lead in tackles and took part in the Browns' three-sack performance by getting to Drew Brees for his first sack of his career. The 28-year-old was signed to a four-year deal this offseason and is expected to play a significant role in 2018.
Mike Wallace PHI WR
Eagles' Mike Wallace: Goes under knife21m ago
Wallace reported via his personal Twitter account that he had surgery to repair a fractured fibula he suffered Sunday against the Buccaneers.
Wallace still hasn't been placed on injured reserve, but he will likely land there soon. The Eagles currently have three healthy wideouts -- Nelson Agholor, Shelton Gibson and Kamar Aiken, with Alshon Jeffery (shoulder) possibly returning in the next week or two -- so they will bring in Jeremy Maclin for a workout, John Clark of NBC Philadelphia reports.
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Darrell Williams: Joins Rams' practice squad34m ago
The Rams signed Williams to their practice squad Tuesday, Clarence Dennis of the Rams' official site reports.
Williams worked out for the Rams on Tuesday and was subsequently added to the team's practice squad. He appeared in seven games with San Francisco in 2017.
De'Anthony Thomas KC WR
Chiefs' De'Anthony Thomas: Doesn't receive touch in Week 240m ago
Thomas didn't receive a tote or catch a pass in Week 2 against the Steelers, recording just six offensive snaps.
While Thomas scored a touchdown in Week 1, it came on one of only seven offensive snaps on the day. He could see some more playing time down the road if injuries pile up, but there's nothing right now pointing to him seeing significant action on a weekly basis.
Travis Shaw MIL 3B
Brewers' Travis Shaw: Exits after HBP1h ago
Shaw left Tuesday's game against the Reds after being hit by a pitch in the right knee, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Shaw took a fastball to the knee during the third inning and remained in the game to run the bases, but did not retake the field for the following inning. The Fox Sports Wisconsin television broadcast announced Shaw was diagnosed with a right knee bruise. The 28-year-old should be considered day-to-day for now, but it wouldn't be surprising to see him out of the lineup Wednesday due to the Brewers' plethora of infield options and Thursday's scheduled off day.
Trevor Cahill OAK SP
Athletics' Trevor Cahill: Throws long toss1h ago
Cahill (back) threw from 120 feet Tuesday, John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Cahill progressed from playing catch Sunday after he received an injection to address upper-back discomfort last week. The Athletics will see how the veteran right-hander feels Wednesday before moving further in his recovery.
Trevor Story COL SS
Rockies' Trevor Story: Avoids structural damage2h ago
Story (elbow) underwent an MRI on Tuesday and manager Bud Black said, "there's some inflammation and a little bit of soreness around the joint but the ligament seems to be fine."
Story exited Monday's game with right elbow soreness and there was fear earlier Tuesday that he may have suffered damage to the UCL, but thankfully he appears to be dealing with a less severe issue. The 25-year-old is without an official timetable for his return at this point but will hopefully be able to return within a few days.
Nick Tropeano LAA SP
Angels' Nick Tropeano: Moves to 60-day DL2h ago
Tropeano (shoulder) was transferred to the 60-day disabled list Tuesday.
Tropeano received a PRP injection in his shoulder last week and was already finished for the season, so this was just a procedural move to open up a spot on the 40-man roster. How the shoulder responds to the injection will help determine whether the 28-year-old to address the right shoulder inflammation he's been battling since early August.
Brandon Morrow CHC RP
Cubs' Brandon Morrow: Shut down for season2h ago
President of baseball operations Theo Epstein announced Tuesday that Morrow (arm) will not pitch again this season, Patrick Mooney of The Athletic reports.
Morrow has been on the 10-disabled list since mid-July as he's battled a bone bruise on his right arm, with the issue worsening again recently as he ramped up his throwing for a potential return, Carrie Muskat of MLB.com reports. The veteran right-hander received an additional opinion Tuesday on his arm before coming to a decision, Muskat reports, but he should be ready come spring training. Pedro Strop (hamstring) is also currently injured, leaving Steve Cishek, Justin Wilson, Brandon Kintzler, and Jesse Chavez to share potential save opportunities during the stretch run for the Cubs.
Salvador Perez KC C
Royals' Salvador Perez: Thumb remains bothersome2h ago
Perez was scratched from Tuesday's lineup against the Pirates due to lingering soreness in his left thumb, Rustin Dodd of The Athletic reports.
Perez missed seven games at the start of September with the thumb sprain, but had started five of the last six games. It doesn't appear as though the 28-year-old seriously aggravated the injury, and hopefully he'll be able to return to the lineup for Wednesday's series finale at Pittsburgh.
Andre Roberson OKC SG
Thunder's Andre Roberson: Yet to be cleared for contact21m ago
Roberson (kneecap) hasn't been cleared for contact or 5-on-5 work, David Aldridge of TNT reports.
Roberson had previously reported that he hoped to be back to full strength by December, so it doesn't come as much of a surprise that he isn't ready for contact in mid-September, more than two months beforehand. While the Thunder certainly want their top defender back as soon as possible, he won't be rushed into action and is still likely looking at missing at least the first month or two of the season barring any surprising developments in his recovery. Adding on to that, Roberson's value comes on the defensive side of the ball, so he'll struggle to provide significant fantasy value even when he's at full strength. With Roberson sidelined to start the season, Dennis Schroder will likely be the most intriguing fantasy asset that should benefit, while guys like Raymond Felton, Alex Abrines and Terrance Ferguson could see added minutes as well.
DeMarcus Cousins GS C
Warriors' DeMarcus Cousins: Sitting out training camp1h ago
Cousins (Achilles) won't participate in training camp, David Aldridge of TNT reports.
Cousins was always considered a long shot to be ready for camp as he works his way back from a torn left Achilles' tendon, so this is merely a confirmation that he's sitting out. That said, coach Steve Kerr is still planning to watch a ton of film with Cousins, so the hope is to keep him involved in practices and to help the All-Star big man get a feel for how the team plays together. Considering the talent surrounding Cousins, the Warriors will be extremely cautious with his recovery and don't have much incentive to rush him back early on in the regular season. With the uncertainty regarding his return and the potential for him to miss more than half the season, Cousins will likely be a popular late-round flier in most leagues.
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson BKN SF
Nets' Rondae Hollis-Jefferson: Health trending positively2h ago
Hollis-Jefferson (hip) is expected to be ready for the start of training camp, of the New York Post reports.
Hollis-Jefferson injured his hip at former teammate Jeremy Lin's charity basketball game in China in early August. There has not been much word regarding the severity of the injury since, but general manager Sean Marks indicated on Tuesday that he should be good to go for the start of training camp. The 23-year-old is expected to kick off his fourth season as the Nets' starting power forward career highs in points, rebounds, steals, and minutes last season, and could potentially build on that momentum assuming his health is up to par.
Zhaire Smith PHI SG
76ers' Zhaire Smith: Targeting return in December2h ago
Smith (foot) is targeting a return at the end of December, Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Smith underwent surgery on Aug. 9 to address an acute Jones fracture of the fifth metatarsal in his left foot and it appears we now have a targeted timetable for a potential return. If he gets back on the court in December, Smith will have officially missed roughly the first three months of the season and he would also likely be eased back into the swing of things once cleared. As a result, the rookie isn't expected to be a fantasy contributor this year and he could even get some rehab time in with the team's G-League affiliate as well. Look for the 16th overall pick to spend much of his time in a deep reserve role once healthy.
Isaiah Thomas DEN PG
Nuggets' Isaiah Thomas: Training camp availability uncertain3h ago
Thomas (hip) remains questionable for the start of training camp next week, Chris Dempsey of Nuggets.com reports.
Thomas indicated at the end of July that he expected to be fully cleared in a month, so it appears he's a little bit behind in the recovery process. A large part of that is likely just the Nuggets taking a cautious approach with Thomas, who played just 32 games during the 2017-18 campaign and underwent hip surgery back in March. In a recent interview, Nuggets President of Basketball Ops Tim Connelly said, "Like all of our guys, we want to be especially sensitive to Isaiah. I think he probably has rushed back (in the past). We want Isaiah to be right. So, he's working his butt off a couple times a day with our guys. He's getting better by the day. But we're not trying to win the preseason. Whenever he's ready he'll be out there and I'm sure he'll be impactful." Look for an update to be provided on Thomas prior to the start of training camp next week, but don't be surprised if he's significantly restricted early on and he may not be ready to take part in preseason play which starts Sept. 30.
Lonzo Ball LAL PG
Lakers' Lonzo Ball: Will be limited to start camp3h ago
Ball (knee) won't be ready for 5-on-5 scrimmages when training camp opens for the Lakers next week, Mike Bresnahan of Spectrum SportsNet reports.
Ball was recently praised by Lakers GM Rob Pelinka for his improved physique this summer, but the second-year guard is still being brought along slowly when it comes to basketball activities. He's reportedly participated in 1-on-1 drills, but with the Lakers easing him back in, Ball isn't expected to be a full go for the start of training camp. While that may be slightly concerning for his availability for the preseason, the Lakers haven't shown any indication that Ball won't be ready for the opener Oct. 18 against the Trail Blazers.
Zach Senyshyn BOS RW
Bruins' Zachary Senyshyn: Scores twice Tuesday6m ago
Senyshyn potted two goals on seven shots in Tuesday's 5-2 preseason win over Washington.
He posted only 26 points at AHL Providence last season, but Senyshyn flashed the offensive skills that prompted Boston to select him 15th overall back in the 2015 draft here. While he's still fighting an uphill battle to make the big club this year, this was certainly a step in the right direction.
Zach Fucale LV G
Golden Knights' Zach Fucale: Tending twine Tuesday1h ago
Fucale will start Tuesday's preseason game against the Avalanche.
Fucale spent last season in the Canadiens' minor-league system. His time there wasn't very impressive, posting a .890 save percentage through 18 games with AHL Laval and a .913 save percentage in 11 games with ECHL Brampton. He's a risky DFS option in the preseason opener.
Ben Bishop DAL G
Stars' Ben Bishop: Blue paint bound Tuesday2h ago
Bishop will start Tuesday's preseason game against the Blues, Mark Stepneski of the Stars' official site reports.
Bishop is finally healthy from a knee injury he suffered late last season, and he'll be looking to strut his stuff against the team that drafted him in 2005. The 31-year-old isn't slowing down, as he recorded a .916 save percentage and 2.49 GAA in 53 games last season. It could be a favorable matchup against the Blues, who are looking to get their young prospects plenty of action while starting their backup goalie, Chad Johnson.
Cam Ward CHI G
Blackhawks' Cam Ward: Gets surprise start Tuesday2h ago
Ward will tend twine in Tuesday's preseason game against the Blue Jackets, Mark Lazerus of The Athletic reports.
Colin Delia was expected to be the Blackhawks' starter, and it's unclear why the switch took place. The team will want to get a good look at Ward, who they signed to a one-year, $3 million deal in July. He may see substantial playing time if Corey Crawford (upper body) isn't prepared for the start of the season.
Collin Delia CHI G
Blackhawks' Collin Delia: Doesn't start Tuesday2h ago
Contrary to a previous report, Delia wasn't the Blackhawks' starting goalie for Tuesday's preseason game against the Blue Jackets, Mark Lazerus of The Athletic reports.
Instead, veteran Cam Ward took over the blue paint. It's not clear why the last-minute change occurred or if Delia will get the starting nod Thursday in Detroit.
Alex Lyon PHI G
Flyers' Alex Lyon: Suffers lower-body injury2h ago
Lyon was expected to start Tuesday's preseason game against the Islanders but suffered a lower-body injury in warmups.
In turn, Anthony Stolarz will be the Flyers' starter for their preseason debut. The severity of Lyon's injury isn't clear at this time, but more details should arise after the game.