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Fantasy News

  • Giants' Bobby McCain: Scooped up by Giants

    McCain signed a one-year contract with the Giants on Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. McCain, an eight-year veteran defensive back, is now slated to suit up for New York in 2023 following Tuesday's transaction. The 29-year-old had his two most productive seasons while playing for Washington across the last two years, as he registered 139 tackles, 14 passes defensed and four interceptions in that span.
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  • Bobby McCain: Time up in Washington

    The Commanders plan to release McCain on Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Though Washington will be losing a starting defensive back in McCain, the team is set to save $4.42 million against the cap by letting him go. The 29-year-old posted a career-high 76 tackles across 17 games in 2022, so he should draw a decent amount of interest in free agency.
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  • Commanders' Bobby McCain: Switches from safety to cornerback

    McCain appeared in 17 games (16 starts) during the 2022 season and recorded 76 tackles (54 solo). McCain switched positions from free safety to cornerback midway through the season following an ankle injury suffered by Benjamin St-Juste . While the 29-year-old didn't lead Washington in any statistical category, McCain finished top five in tackles and played 93 percent of the Commanders' snaps. With one year remaining on his contract, it remains to be seen what position the 2015 fifth-round pick will play, as Darrick Forrest seemingly locked himself into the starting free safety job.
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  • Commanders' Bobby McCain: Eight stops in loss

    McCain logged eight tackles (six solo) and one pass defended during Sunday's 20-17 defeat against the Vikings. McCain logged an identical performance compared to Washington's previous contest against the Colts in Week 8. The starting free safety now has 43 tackles (29 solo) and four passes defended through the first nine weeks of the season, and he'll have a chance to record his first interception of the season against the Eagles next Monday.
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  • Dolphins' Bobby McCain: Listed as questionable

    McCain (ankle) is questionable for Sunday's game versus the Patriots, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports. McCain was able to play through this injury last week against the Chiefs. He logged consecutive limited practices to close out the week, indicating he's on the right track for this Sunday's divisional bout. If he's held out, rookie Brandon Jones likely would be the next man up at free safety.
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  • Dolphins' Bobby McCain: Making plays at camp

    McCain (shoulder) stood out as a playmaker during Wednesday's practice, Travis Wingfield of the Dolphins' official site reports. McCain moved all around the field Wednesday, logging two big plays in the form of an interception and a spectacular pass breakup. The starting free safety's strong performance in practice is an indication that he's fully put November's shoulder surgery behind him. Though third-round pick Brandon Jones could earn reps as a rookie, McCain is the clear favorite to begin 2020 as the starter.
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  • Dolphins' Bobby McCain: Picks off Hoyer

    McCain racked up three tackles (three solo) and an interception in Sunday's win over the Colts. McCain was one of three Dolphins to intercept Hoyer on Sunday, when he took an errant pass late in the second quarter that set up a touchdown on the next drive. The 26-year-old hasn't quite proven to be an IDP commodity this season, however, making just 22 tackles (16 solo) and two interceptions in eight games. He'll get a great chance to nab another pass next week against the Bills, as quarterback Josh Allen has already thrown seven interceptions this year.
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  • Dolphins' Bobby McCain: Cleared to play

    McCain (shoulder) won't carry an injury tag into Monday's game against the Steelers. McCain was limited in practice all week, but he'll be good to go for the prime-time game. The fourth-year pro has been an every-down player this year, registering 17 tackles over five games. He'll be tasked with slowing down quarterback Mason Rudolph and running back James Conner.
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  • Dolphins' Bobby McCain: Won't receive suspension

    McCain (shoulder) won't face a suspension from the team for his incident with a fan last week and will be allowed to play Monday against the Steelers, Cameron Wolfe of reports. McCain began the week as a limited practice participant due to the shoulder issue so he could still end up on the injury report for Monday's game. The Dolphins disciplined McCain internally for the incident with the fan, and the NFL believes that discipline to be sufficient, per the Buffalo News.
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  • Dolphins' Bobby McCain: Not playing Sunday

    McCain (hamstring/shoulder) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Chargers, Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald reports. McCain closed out the week with a pair of limited practices, but the Dolphins ultimately decided he needed more time off to overcome the two injuries. His absence will leave the secondary without a key starter, though the Dolphins will benefit from getting fellow safety Reshad Jones (ankle) back from a two-week absence.
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  • Dolphins' Bobby McCain: Draws questionable tag

    McCain (shoulder/hamstring) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Chargers, Hal Habib of The Palm Beach Post reports. McCain has logged two consecutive limited practice sessions, and he appears to be progressing in his recovery from shoulder and hamstring injuries. He'll play his usual starting role in Miami's secondary if cleared to go. Walt Aikens would likely slot into the starting lineup if McCain were forced to miss any time.
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  • Dolphins' Bobby McCain: Considered questionable

    The Dolphins have listed McCain (shoulder) as questionable for Sunday's contest against the Cowboys, Alaln Poupart of the team's official website reports. With Reshad Jones (ankle) out and Minkah Fitzpatrick traded earlier in the week, the Dolphins project to be thin at safety. Thus, McCain could play a big role if he is ultimately able to suit up. If he is not, look for Walt Aikens, Doug MIddleton, and Steven Parker to see much bigger roles than they anticipated heading into the season.
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  • Dolphins' Bobby McCain: Transitions to safety

    McCain is taking reps at the safety position during training camp, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports. McCain began the switch from cornerback to safety toward the end of the 2018 campaign, and it appears that his new role will stick. The 2015 fifth-round pick logged 61 tackles (50 solo), two sacks, five passes defended and one interception last season. If McCain indeed plays the full 2019 season as a safety, he'll see increased tackle opportunities.
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  • Dolphins' Bobby McCain: Practicing in full for OTAs

    McCain (ankle) was a full participant during Wednesday's OTA session, Safid Deen of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. McCain sustained an ankle injury in Week 17 against the Bills, but seems to have made a full recovery. The cornerback was lining up as a pseudo-free safety in Wednesday's session, a role that could increase his chances of posting IDP-relevant statistics.
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  • Dolphins' Bobby McCain: Particpating in Tuesday's practice

    McCain (concussion) is participating in some form during Tuesday's practice, Cameron Wolfe of reports. McCain took a strong blindside block in Week 10 against the Packers and was placed in concussion protocol following the hit. As evidenced by this news, McCain seems to be progressing nicely in his recovery. The Memphis product will still have to clear the concussion protocol before suiting back up in game action.
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  • Dolphins' Bobby McCain: Ruled out Sunday

    McCain will not return to Sunday's game against the Patriots due to a knee injury, Alain Poupart of the Dolphins' official site reports. McCain will be replaced by Cornell Armstrong as long as he remains sidelined. Expect an update on the severity of McCain's injury after the conclusion of Miami's Week 4 contest.
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  • Dolphins' Bobby McCain: Leaves practice early

    McCain left practice early Sunday due to a right knee injury, Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports. McCain suffered the injury while covering a pass route in which a quick change of direction by the receiver led to the corner's knee giving out. The Dolphins have stated that he was pulled from practice for precautionary reasons only, but McCain will go in for further tests before Monday's practice session.
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  • Dolphins' Bobby McCain: Sees expanded role in Saturday's win

    McCain played 58 of 76 possible snaps in Saturday's win against the Jets. McCain saw an increased workload with normal starting cornerback Byron Maxwell going down with an ankle injury. He recorded three combined tackles in the game, and figures to continue seeing additional snaps as long as Maxwell remains out of commission.
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  • Dolphins' Bobby McCain: Activated from PUP list

    McCain (undisclosed) has been activated from the PUP list and is back to full strength, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports. McCain started training camp on the PUP list, as he was dealing with some sort of cramping. As expected, the injury was nothing serious and he's back on the practice field Sunday without restrictions. McCain currently ranks as just a depth option in the defensive backfield for the Dolphins after finishing his rookie campaign with 28 tackles over 16 games.
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  • Dolphins' Bobby McCain: To get the start Sunday

    McCain expected to start Sunday, reports the Miami Herald. McCain has practiced well and the team wants to see what he can do in the starting role.
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