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Fantasy News

  • Eagles' Anthony Harris: Remains in Philadelphia

    Harris signed a one-year contract with the Eagles on Friday, Dave Spadaro of the Eagles' official site reports. After spending the first six seasons of his career in Minnesota, Harris joined the Eagles in 2021 and logged 72 tackles (36 solo), an interception and three pass defenses across 14 appearances. He'll take on a prominent role in Philadelphia's secondary once again next year.
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  • Eagles' Anthony Harris: Gets night off

    Harris (coach's decision) is inactive Saturday against the Cowboys. Harris will get the night off with the Eagles firmly entrenched as a lower seed in the NFL playoffs. With Harris out, Jared Mayden should see the majority of the work at free safety against the Cowboys.
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  • Eagles' Anthony Harris: Team-high nine tackles Sunday

    Harris registered nine tackles (six solo) during Sunday's 30-13 win over the Broncos. The 30-year-old's nine tackles Sunday were his highest mark since Week 3. Moving forward, Harris' sporadic production will likely make him a risky play for fantasy managers in standard IDP leagues.
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  • Eagles' Anthony Harris: Logs full practice Wednesday

    Harris (hands/goin) was able to practice fully for the Eagles on Wednesday. Harris has missed the Eagles' past two games dealing with injuries to his hands and groin. After recording a full practice Wednesday, Harris seems on track to make his return to the field in Week 9. Expect Marcus Epps to continue to draw the start at safety until Harris is fully healthy.
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  • Eagles' Anthony Harris: Won't suit up for Week 8

    Harris (hand) is inactive for Sunday's matchup with the Lions, Zach Berman of The Athletic reports. As expected, Harris will be sidelined for a second straight week. In his absence, Marcus Epps will likely once again draw the start at free safety against Detroit.
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  • Eagles' Anthony Harris: Ruled out for Week 7

    Harris (hands/groin) has been ruled out for Sunday's contest against the Raiders. Harris went into the week dealing with injuries to his hands, but he was able to log a full practice Thursday. However, he was sidelined again during Friday's practice due to a groin injury and will be held out of Week 7. Marcus Epps will likely get the start at free safety during Harris' absence Sunday.
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  • Eagles' Anthony Harris: Racks up 14 tackles

    Harris totaled 14 tackles (six solo) during Monday's 41-21 loss to Dallas. Harris played every defensive snap Monday and posted double-digit tackles for the second straight week. Despite recording only three tackles in the season opener, the 29-year-old has 27 tackles (10 solo) through the first three games of the season.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Harris: Struggles in pass coverage

    Harris had eight total tackles in Sunday's 43-34 loss to Green Bay. He struggled in pass coverage, giving up two receptions for 62 yards and a touchdown on five targets, according to Pro Football Focus. Minnesota's secondary struggled Sunday with a young set of cornerbacks torched by Aaron Rodgers. Harris may have been overcompensating for their struggles, but he also had a few key errors and a likely blown assignment on a big play. He should continue to put up solid tackle totals as the starting safety next to Harrison Smith.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Harris: Signs franchise tender

    Harris officially signed his franchise tender with the Vikings on Sunday, Courtney Cronin of reports. The team applied the franchise tag to the 28-year-old in March, and the two sides are reportedly still working on a long-term deal, per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Harris originally seemed likely to hit free agency as the top safety on the market, but he's now under contract for $11.44 million with Minnesota for 2020.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Harris: Slapped with tag

    The Vikings have franchise-tagged Harris, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Harris likely would've been viewed as the top safety available in free agency, coming off a 2019 season with career highs of 60 tackles and six interceptions. He actually served as the Vikings' No. 3 safety throughout much of his career, but Harris has excelled in a full-time role since taking over as a starter midway through 2018. The franchise tag could serve as a bridge to a long-term contract.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Harris: Will play Monday

    Harris (groin) is officially active for Monday's showdown with the Seahawks. Harris missed Week 11's game against Denver with the groin issue, and as evidenced by this news, effectively used the bye week to get healthy. Now that he's back in the lineup, Harris is expected to draw the start at the free safety position next to Harrison Smith (hamstring).
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  • Vikings' Anthony Harris: Earns questionable designation

    Harris (groin) is questionable for Monday's game against the Seahawks. Harris missed the Week 11 contest against the Broncos with a hamstring injury, but the safety was able to log a limited participation in Saturday's practice, which seems to suggest he'll be available Monday. More information regarding his status should arrive closer to the 8:15 p.m. ET kickoff.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Harris: Deemed limited in practice

    Harris (groin) was limited in practice Thursday. The tag is just an estimation as the Vikings did not practice on Thursday. By the time Monday's game arrives, Harris will have had almost three weeks to recover since suffering the injury in practice prior to Week 11, but his status will need to be monitored over the weekend.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Harris: Battling quad injury

    Harris did not participate at Wednesday's practice due to a quadriceps injury. Harris played only 79 percent of the snaps during Sunday's loss to the Bears, as he apparently sustained the quad injury at some point. The 27-year-old's status should receive additional clarity based on his practice participation Thursday and Friday.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Harris: Signs tender

    Harris officially signed his one-year tender offer with the Vikings on Monday. The second-round tender is worth $3.1 million for 2019, after which Harris will have a chance to become an unrestricted free agent next offseason. The 27-year-old projects to start at strong safety next to Harrison Smith.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Harris: Receives second-round tender

    Harris received a second-round tender from the Vikings on Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Harris logged 46 tackles, six passes defended and three interceptions last season after replacing Andrew Sendejo as the Vikings' starting strong safety Week 6. Minnesota has elected not to pick up Sendejo's contract option for 2019, indicating that Harris has a clear path to the starting job.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Harris: Two interceptions Sunday

    Harris had four tackles and two interceptions in Sunday's loss at Chicago. He played all 74 of the defense's snaps. Harris got a third consecutive start at safety and has made a strong impression by also grading well in pass coverage. He could stick as a starter the rest of the season.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Harris: Limited participant Tuesday

    Harris (hamstring) was a limited participant during Tuesday's practice. Harris seemingly tweaked his hamstring during one of his 18 special teams snaps Sunday against the Bills. Even if Harris is active in Week 4, starting free safety Harrison Smith figures to dominate playing time again, relegating Harris to special teams' duties.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Harris: Signs one-year tender with Vikings

    Harris will sign a one-year tender with the Vikings, Chris Tomasson of the Twin Cities Pioneer Press reports. Harris was a key depth player for the Vikings in 2017, drawing three starts in place of injured and subsequently suspended Andrew Sendejo. The fourth-year safety also played 57-of-133 defensive snaps in Minnesota's two playoff games last season. He will likely fill a similar role in 2018.
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  • Vikings' Anthony Harris: Gets another start at safety

    Harris (hamstring) will start at strong safety in place of Andrew Sendejo (groin/hamstring), Andrew Krammer reports. With Andrew Sendejo (groin/hamstring) sidelined for the third time in five games, Harris will get another start. Harris saw significant snaps Week 6 against the Packers and Week 8 against the Browns, but totaled a combined five tackles in the contests. He may not make a great fill-in IDP option as a result.
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