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Fantasy News

  • Panthers' Eric Rowe: Finds new opportunity in Carolina

    The Panthers signed Rowe on Thursday. Rowe is now set to join Carolina in 2023 following his four-year stint in Miami. The veteran safety is currently heading into his ninth NFL campaign and will likely add secondary depth behind Vonn Bell, Xavier Woods and Jeremy Chinn, but Rowe proved that he still has plenty of gas left in the tank given the 63 tackles, three sacks and three forced fumbles he registered across 15 matchups played this past season.
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  • Dolphins' Eric Rowe: Ready to go Sunday

    Rowe (quadriceps) is active Sunday against the Jets. Rowe was a limited participant in practice throughout the week, but he'll take the field Week 18. His ability to play should strengthen the team's secondary as he starts alongside Jevon Holland at safety.
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  • Dolphins' Eric Rowe: Effective in return, logs sack

    Rowe recorded six tackles, one sack and one pass defensed in Sunday's 26-20 loss to the Packers. After being sidelined the week prior due to a hamstring issue, Rowe returned from his one-game absence Sunday versus the Packers and had himself a solid outing which included his second consecutive contest with at least six stops and a sack. The 30-year-old will now look to snag his first interception since the 2020-21 campaign when Miami squares off against the Patriots on New Year's Day.
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  • Dolphins' Eric Rowe: Ready to roll Sunday

    Rowe (hamstring) is active for Sunday's game against the Packers, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Rowe, who missed Miami's Week 15 matchup in Buffalo due to a hamstring issue, is now slated to resume operating in his usual starting safety position Sunday versus Green Bay following the trio of capped practices he underwent earlier this week.
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  • Dolphins' Eric Rowe: Questionable for Sunday vs. Packers

    Rowe (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game versus Green Bay, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Rowe sat out Miami's loss at Buffalo in Week 15 with the same hamstring injury, but his participation at practice Friday, albeit limited, signals he's at least trending in a positive direction ahead of Week 16. If the veteran Rowe does miss a second consecutive game, Verone McKinley would probably be in line to start at safety next to Jevon Holland.
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  • Dolphins' Eric Rowe: Won't play Week 15

    Rowe (hamstring) has been ruled out for Saturday's game against the Bills, Travis Wingfield of the Dolphins' official site reports. Rowe logged a season-high eight tackles and a sack before he was forced out with a hamstring injury during Sunday's loss to the Chargers. The 30-year-old defensive back was then sidelined for each practice Week 15, and he'll now look to work his way back onto the field before Miami's next game against the Packers on Christmas Day. With Rowe sidelined, Verone McKinley and Clayton Fejedelem should see increased usage alongside starting free safety Jevon Holland.
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  • Dolphins' Eric Rowe: Questionable to return

    Rowe is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Chargers due to a hamstring injury. Rowe tallied eight solo tackles, including a sack, to begin Sunday's matchup, but he sustained his hamstring injury early in the second half. If he's unable to return, Clayton Fejedelem and Verone McKinley could see increased roles.
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  • Dolphins' Eric Rowe: Ready to rock Sunday

    Rowe (hip) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Bears. Rowe didn't suit up during the team's Week 8 matchup in Detroit due to a coach's decision, and he then popped up on the Dolphins' injury report Thursday with an apparent hip issue. However, the veteran defensive back has since been medically cleared to play Sunday in Chicago, where he'll likely reclaim his starting spot at safety.
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  • Dolphins' Eric Rowe: Healthy scratch in Week 8

    Rowe (coach's decision) is inactive Week 8 against the Lions. Rowe started the season has a primary member of the safety rotation for Miami, recording 15 tackles in Weeks 2 through 4. Since then, he has logged just 32 combined defensive snaps in three games. Now, he'll find himself on the bench while veteran Clayton Fejedelem likely expands his role in the secondary. This is particularly surprising considering former starter Brandon Jones suffered a season-ending knee injury last week.
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  • Dolphins' Eric Rowe: Manages six tackles vs. Ravens

    Rowe notched six solo tackles during Sunday's 42-38 win over the Ravens. Rowe sat out Miami's season opener due to a pectoral injury, but he handled 57 percent of defensive snaps in his return to action Week 2. The depth safety's presence was crucial in the comeback win, especially his tackle of Mark Andrews in the third quarter that led to a Baltimore punt. Next up, Rowe will face the difficult task of working to contain Josh Allen and the Bills offense Week 3.
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  • Dolphins' Eric Rowe: Out for season opener

    Rowe (pectoral) is inactive for Sunday's season opener against the Patriots. Rowe was limited at practice Wednesday through Friday and was listed as questionable, so it's not surprising to see him ruled out. In his absence, Elijah Campbell will be the only active safety behind Brandon Jones and Jevon Holland.
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  • Dolphins' Eric Rowe: Trending toward depth role

    Rowe (back) is expected to be relegated to a depth role to begin the 2022 campaign, Mike Masala of USA Today reports. He took a back seat to starting safeties Jevon Holland and Brandon Jones down the stretch of the 2021 season, and Masala reports that Rowe could even be a trade candidate. Of course, his versatility at both safety and cornerback makes him a valuable asset, but dealing the 29-year-old to another franchise would also help free up cap space. If he were traded, the Dolphins would save roughly $4.6 million against the cap.
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  • Dolphins' Eric Rowe: Won't return Sunday

    Rowe (back) won't return to Sunday's game against the Patriots, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports. Rowe logged a solo tackle prior to his departure in Sunday's regular-season finale. The 29-year-old appeared in all 17 games during the 2021 campaign and totaled 72 tackles (44 solo), three forced fumbles and four pass defenses.
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  • Dolphins' Eric Rowe: Forces fumble in win

    Rowe had nine tackles (six solo) and a forced fumble during Sunday's 17-16 win over the Patriots. The 28-year-old delivered a key takeaway during the first quarter when he stripped the ball from Rhamondre Stevenson, and he also finished second on the team in tackles. Rowe set a career high with 91 total tackles last year, and he's off to a strong start toward raising that figure again in 2021.
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  • Dolphins' Eric Rowe: Career-high stops in 2020

    Rowe notched 91 tackles (66 solo), 11 defended passes, two interceptions and a fumble recovery across 16 games with the Dolphins in 2020. Rowe accumulated 10 more tackles than in 2019, previously the best year of his career, despite playing almost 100 less defensive snaps. The Dolphins have a potential out in Rowe's contract this offseason that would only leave the team with a dead cap hit of $1 million, but considering the 28-year-old's relatively consistent level of play, he could end up sticking around to finish the final two years of his deal.
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  • Dolphins' Eric Rowe: Exits with possible concussion

    Rowe left Sunday's game against the Bengals to be evaluated for a concussion, Josh Tolentino of The Athletic reports. The 28-year-old exited during the first quarter and won't be able to return if the concussion is confirmed. Rookie Brandon Jones has stepped in at strong safety in Rowe's absence.
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  • Dolphins' Eric Rowe: Season-high tackle mark

    Rowe had 10 tackles (seven solo) and a fumble recovery during Sunday's 20-13 loss to the Broncos. Rowe notched double-digit tackles for the first time all year. In addition to consistently working as a run stopper, the starting safety had an impact play when he recovered a fumble lost by Melvin Gordon. Rowe now has 59 tackles, nine passes defensed and an interception through 10 contests.
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  • Dolphins' Eric Rowe: Pick-six in finale

    Rowe recorded five tackles (four solo), one defended pass, and one interception which he returned for a touchdown during Sunday's divisional win over the Patriots. Rowe nabbed a floated pass from Tom Brady early in the second quarter, returning it 35 yards down the sideline for a touchdown. The former Patriot's interception marked Brady's his first pick-six since Dec. 24, 2017. Rowe set career-high marks across the board during his first season in Miami, recording 81 tackles (54 solo), eight defended passes, one pick-six and one forced fumble across 16 contests. The 2015 second-round pick has the potential to once again provide fantasy value in IDP formats when he returns to the Dolphins in 2020.
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  • Dolphins' Eric Rowe: Shifting to safety

    Rowe is expected to start at free safety for the rest of the season, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports. Rowe has already spent time at safety this season with Reshad Jones sitting out multiple games with a rib injury, but he should be cemented in that role going forward with both Jones (undisclosed) and Bobby McCain (shoulder) on IR. Steven Parker is expected to start at strong safety, and this tandem will have its first shot Sunday against the Browns.
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  • Dolphins' Eric Rowe: Stops 11 in season opener

    Rowe made 11 tackles (nine solo) in Sunday's 59-10 loss to the Ravens. While there wasn't much to be thrilled about in the blowout loss to the Ravens, Rowe had a solid stat line against an explosive offense. However, the results weren't flattering, as Lamar Jackson lit up Miami's secondary for 324 yards and five touchdowns -- every score came in the first half. Rowe's work in coverage will need to be stronger in upcoming weeks for the Dolphins to stay in games.
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