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    • Jimmy Graham GB TE
      Packers' Jimmy Graham: Scores on only catch Thursday
      7m ago

      Graham (knee) brought in his only target for an eight-yard touchdown in the Packers' 51-34 preseason win over the Steelers on Thursday.

      Graham's official Packers debut was brief but rewarding. He gave the Lambeau faithful ample reason for preseason celebration courtesy of an eight-yard scoring connection with Aaron Rodgers in the first quarter, extending the Packers' early lead to 13-0 at the time. The multi-time Pro Bowler projects as one of Rodgers' top targets in the coming season, and he'll look to continue building chemistry with the quarterback against the Raiders a week from Friday in Green Bay's "dress rehearsal" game.

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    • Randall Cobb GB WR
      Packers' Randall Cobb: Can't come up with sole target
      13m ago

      Cobb (ankle) failed to come up with his only target in the Packers' 51-34 preseason win over the Steelers on Thursday.

      The good news was that the veteran made his preseason debut, although he wasn't in for long. Cobb's sole target came on the Packers' first offensive possession, when Aaron Rodgers attempted to hit him with a short pass on the right side of the field. His first taste of game action out of the way, he'll look to up his playing time and production in the Packers' "dress rehearsal" game versus the Raiders a week from Friday.

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    • Aaron Rodgers GB QB
      Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Sharp in brief action
      19m ago

      Rodgers completed two of four passes for 35 yards with a touchdown and no interceptions in the Packers' 51-34 preseason win over the Steelers on Thursday. He also rushed once for five yards.

      While Rodgers' appearance was predictably brief, it served its purpose -- the multi-time Pro Bowler led a crisp 40-yard scoring drive that he capped off with an eight-yard touchdown to prize offseason acquisition Jimmy Graham. Rodgers connected with Davante Adams for 27 yards on his other completion earlier in the series, giving him a pair of successful hookups with a pair of pass catchers that could well be his most targeted in the coming season. Having broken the preseason ice, Rodgers will look forward to more extensive reps against the Raiders a week from Friday in what should serve as the Packers' "dress rehearsal" game.

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    • JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT WR
      Steelers' JuJu Smith-Schuster: Makes only catch count
      27m ago

      Smith-Schuster brought in his only target for a four-yard touchdown in the Steelers' 51-34 preseason loss to the Packers on Thursday.

      The dynamic second-year wideout secured a four-yard scoring dart from Mason Rudolph following a Packers turnover and 21-yard reception by Jesse James. Smith-Schuster had been bothered by a knee injury following Pittsburgh's exhibition opener, but he'd returned to practice earlier in the week. He'll look to keep prepping for what should be a sizable No. 2 receiver role this coming season during the Steelers' "dress rehearsal" exhibition tilt against the Titans on Aug. 25, a game in which he should see action alongside Antonio Brown (quadriceps) and Ben Roethlisberger.

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    • JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT WR
      Steelers' JuJu Smith-Schuster: Makes only catch count
      28m ago

      Smith-Schuster brought in his only target for a four-yard touchdown in the Steelers' 51-34 preseason loss to the Packers on Thursday.

      The dynamic second-year wideout secured a four-yard scoring dart from Mason Rudolph following a Packers turnover and 21-yard reception by Jesse James. Smith-Schuster had been bothered by a knee injury following Pittsburgh's exhibition opener, but he'd returned to practice earlier in the week. He'll look to keep prepping for what should be a sizable No. 2 receiver role this coming season during the Steelers' "dress rehearsal" exhibition tilt against the Titans on Aug. 25, a game in which he should see action alongside Antonio Brown (quadriceps) and Ben Roethlisberger.

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    • Jaylen Samuels PIT RB
      Steelers' Jaylen Samuels: Collects 51 total yards in preseason loss
      34m ago

      Samuels rushed nine times for 38 yards and a touchdown and brought in three of four targets for 13 yards in the Steelers' 51-34 preseason loss to the Packers on Thursday.

      Samuels capped off a late third-quarter drive with a one-yard rushing score, his first of the preseason. The versatile fifth-round pick also got to flash his pass-catching chops a bit, making it a solid all-around performance. Samuels continues to serve in a scout-team-like role in training camp while Le'Veon Bell (contract) remains absent, and the latter's refusal to report also projects to continue giving the rookie plenty of opportunities to make his case for a roster spot. Samuels will look to build on Thursday's performance in the Steelers' third preseason tilt on Aug. 25 against the Titans.

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    • Kris Bryant CHC 3B
      Cubs' Kris Bryant: Starts hitting off tee
      22m ago

      Bryant (shoulder) has begun hitting off a tee, Patrick Mooney of The Athletic Chicago reports.

      This is a big step for Bryant, who has been making consistent progress over the last week. According to Mooney, Bryant is also tracking pitches from live pitchers to help get reacclimated. His next step will be taking actual batting practice, but it's unclear when he'll be ready to make that progression. In any case, Bryant is trending in the right direction. David Bote will continue to see regular playing time at third while Bryant completes his rehab.

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    • Drew Hutchison TEX SP
      Rangers' Drew Hutchison: Start moved up to Friday
      1h ago

      Hutchison will start Friday's game against the Angels after Mike Minor was scratched with back stiffness.

      Hutchison's start was moved up a day to compensate for Minor needing at least one game to get over his back issue. He gave up three runs over 5.1 innings against the Yankees in his last outing -- a marked improvement after being shelled for six earned over 3.0 innings in his Ranger debut.

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    • Niko Goodrum DET 2B
      Tigers' Niko Goodrum: Launches 13th home run
      1h ago

      Goodrum went 2-for-4 with a walk, a double and a solo home run in Thursday's loss to the Twins.

      Goodrum appeared in 11 games last season with Minnesota to get his first taste of MLB action, but he's turned into a steady regular for the Tigers. The 26-year-old now has 13 home runs to go along with a respectable .742 OPS across 101 games. If Goodrum records one more steal this year, he'll get to double digits in homers and steals, which would be a solid return for a player who didn't get a ton of fantasy attention before the season.

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    • Mike Minor TEX SP
      Rangers' Mike Minor: Scratched from Friday start
      1h ago

      Minor (back stiffness) has been scratched from his scheduled start Friday against the Angels.

      Drew Hutchison will be moved up in the rotation to make the start in place of Minor. The veteran lefty hasn't been placed on the disabled list, so there is still a chance that Minor is merely pushed back. More information on Minor figures to be available in the coming days.

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    • Nicholas Castellanos DET RF
      Tigers' Nick Castellanos: Goes deep, scores twice
      1h ago

      Castellanos went 2-for-4 with a walk, a double, a two-run home run and two runs scored in Thursday's loss to the Twins.

      Castellanos got the scoring started with a two-run blast off Minnesota starter Ervin Santana in the first inning. The 26-year-old outfielder has been locked in lately, as he's now 9-for-17 with two home runs and nine RBI in his past four games.

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    • Delino DeShields TEX CF
      Rangers' Delino DeShields Jr.: Seen wearing finger splint
      1h ago

      DeShields' finger was in a splint after Thursday's game against the Angels, Jeff Wilson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports. He was hit by a pitch on the hand during Thursday's contest.

      There's no word on the severity of DeShields' injury just yet, but the splint does not bode particularly well. There will be more information on his status well before Friday's lineup is released. If DeShields is held out, Carlos Tocci could get playing time in center.

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    • Udonis Haslem MIA PF
      Udonis Haslem: Working toward return to Heat
      2d ago

      Haslem is likely to return to the Heat for a 16th NBA season, Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press reports.

      While nothing is finalized at this point, Haslem's camp and the Heat have engaged in conversations in recent weeks, and the Heat are apparently now "even more convinced," in Reynolds' words, that the veteran will be back in Miami in 2018-19. The 38-year-old hasn't been a regular rotation player since 2014-15, but he remains a valuable veteran presence and is one of the more recognizable faces in franchise history, having been with the Heat organization since 2003. If Haslem does return, as anticipated, it seems rather likely that it would be his final NBA season.

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    • Spencer Dinwiddie BKN PG
      Nets' Spencer Dinwiddie: Has contract guaranteed
      2d ago

      Dinwiddie recently had his $1.65 million contract for the 2018-19 season guaranteed by the Nets, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.

      With starting point guard D'Angelo Russell going down for nearly half of last season, Dinwiddie was able earn a significant role in the backcourt and finished the year averaging 12.6 points, 6.6 assists, 3.2 rebounds and 1.8 three-pointers across 28.8 minutes. He wasn't the most efficient player when looking at his percentages, but he still was a reliable ball-handler and could lead the offense when needed. As a result, it was a no-brainer for the Nets to guarantee his contract for a meager $1.65 million. With Russell entering the season healthy, Dinwiddie will likely be stuck in a reserve backcourt role, so he should struggle to match his numbers from the 2017-18 campaign.

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    • Jevon Carter MEM PG
      Grizzlies' Jevon Carter: Undergoes surgery Tuesday
      2d ago

      Carter underwent surgery Tuesday to repair a torn ligament in his right thumb, Michael Wallace of the Grizzlies' official site reports.

      News broke last week that Carter suffered the "freak" injury when his thumb got caught in an opposing player's jersey. Following surgery, the medical staff re-iterated that a full recovery is expected. A timetable for his return has not been announced, but updates will be provided as he continues to reach milestones in his recovery.

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    • Shabazz Muhammad MIL SG
      Bucks' Shabazz Muhammad: Agrees to deal with Milwaukee
      3d ago

      Muhammed agreed to a training-camp deal with the Bucks on Monday, Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports reports.

      Muhammad ended last season with Milwaukee after beginning it with Minnesota, averaging 5.0 points in 9.7 minutes over 43 games. He will add some more wing depth for Milwaukee, but will likely continue to play a small role with the team if he's able to break camp with a roster spot in hand.

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    • Briante Weber MEM PG
      Heat's Briante Weber: Inks contract with Miami
      3d ago

      Weber signed a partially guaranteed contract with the Heat on Monday, Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports reports.

      Weber has bounced around the league over the last three years, spending time on five different rosters. In his most recent 2017-18 campaign, Weber played in a combined 18 games between the Grizzlies and Rockets and averaged 2.8 points, 1.9 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 1.0 steal across 13.2 minutes. The fact that his new contract is only partially guaranteed means it's essentially a training camp deal, so Weber will have to have a strong showing during camp and the preseason to have a shot at a final roster spot with the Heat. As of now, the guard is likely on the outside looking in.

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    • Dwyane Wade MIA SG
      Dwyane Wade: Won't play in China
      3d ago

      Wade has ruled out playing in China this season, Real GM reports. "If I play the game of basketball this year it will be in a Miami uniform," Wade said. "If I don't, I'll be living in Miami or somewhere else probably."

      Wade is apparently content to take his time in figuring out his next step, but he indicated that his agent is in talks with the Heat regarding a potential return next season. If that were to happen, the veteran would likely sign a one-year contract at a discounted rate. Wade, who turns 37 in January, is just two years removed from averaging 18.3 points per game for the Bulls, but his production tailed off considerably last season, which he split between Cleveland and Miami. Wade still managed 12.0 points, 3.4 rebounds and 3.1 assists in 21 games for Miami, though he shot just 40.9 percent from the field and a ghastly 22.0 percent from three on 2.0 attempts per game.

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    • Sean Monahan CGY C
      Flames' Sean Monahan: Fully recovered from offseason surgeries
      5h ago

      Monahan (wrist) believes he's 100 percent healthy and recovered from offseason surgeries, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports.

      Monahan underwent wrist, groin and two hernia surgeries in April, but his recovery from those numerous procedures has evidently gone swimmingly, as he's already declaring himself fully healthy one month ahead of training camp. The 23-year-old pivot, who racked up 31 goals and 64 points in 74 games last season, could offer fantasy owners fantastic value in the middle rounds of drafts this year.

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    • Marian Gaborik OTT RW
      Senators' Marian Gaborik: Status gloomy as season approaches
      7h ago

      Gaborik (back) could be placed on long-term injured reserve to open the 2018-19 season, Sporting News reports.

      The veteran winger went under the knife in April to repair a herniated disc in his back. There hasn't been any new information on Gaborik since the operation, but that's actually an ominous sign as it implies that he's still rehabbing the injury and not making any obvious strides in his recovery. Placing the 37-year-old on LTIR would be a prudent move for the Senators considering it would free up salary-cap space against the upper limit, though it would further decimate what little fantasy value Gaborik even has left.

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    • Anders Bjork BOS LW
      Bruins' Anders Bjork: Will make appearance in charity game
      8h ago

      Bjork (shoulder) will participate in the Stars and Stripes Showdown on Aug. 26 to honor the late Jim Johannson, who had been an executive for Team USA Hockey, The Hockey Writers reports.

      A report from May suggested that Bjork would be ready for training camp, and his expected inclusion in a charity game more than two months later provides even more evidence that he's now healthy. The Wisconsin native registered 12 points (four goals, eight assists) over 30 games at the top level last season, but his fantasy prospects figure to remain minimal so long as he continues to ride the shuttle between Boston and AHL Providence. Bjork is on a two-way deal through the 2019-20 season, so he'll presumably need an incredible showing in training camp to avoid such a fate.

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    • Henrik Zetterberg DET C
      Red Wings' Henrik Zetterberg: Concerns about captain's health persist
      12h ago

      Zetterberg's (back) health remains a serious concern for the Red Wings ahead of training camp, The Detroit News reports.

      Numerous reports have trickled in over the summer speculating that Zetterberg could possibly be lost for the season, and the latest news is anything but positive. "He's had a hard summer and I don't think his back is reacting great," head coach Jeff Blashill said Wednesday. "Certainly we'll know more in a month (at training camp), but as of today, there's a lot of doubt as to whether his back will be healthy enough to play." If Zetterberg doesn't play, then 22-year Dylan Larkin -- who signed a five-year, $30 million extension earlier this month -- would open the season as the top-line center.

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    • Ondrej Kase ANA RW
      Ducks' Ondrej Kase: Inks three-year deal with Anaheim
      1d ago

      Kase signed a three-year, $7.8 million contract with the Ducks on Wednesday.

      Kase enjoyed a breakout campaign in 2017-18, setting career highs in goals (20), assists (18) and shots on goal (146) in 66 appearances. The 22-year-old winger should only continue to improve during his junior campaign in 2018-19, and could threaten the 50-point mark if he's able to stay healthy, making him a solid bench option in most fantasy formats.

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    • Ryan Callahan TB RW
      Lightning's Ryan Callahan: Surprisingly able to skate
      1d ago

      Callahan (shoulder) participated in an informal workout on the ice Wednesday.

      This was a voluntary workout for the Lightning regulars, but Callahan reportedly returned to the ice one day after showing up for an off-ice session. Considering the bottom-six winger underwent surgery as recently as May 31, this latest development should be viewed as a remarkable milestone in his recovery. While he still could be held out until the beginning of November, Callahan sounds pleased with his progress. "It's good to get back on the ice," he said. "Shoulder felt good. Everything that I did out there - obviously no shooting yet - doing some stickhandling, working on the skating, everything went well."

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