Schedule

Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
@ 31
vs 21
@ 13
vs 18
@ 17
@ 11
vs 24
@ 18
BYE
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vs 27
@ 14
vs 29
vs 5
vs 8
@ 21
vs 25
@ 4
vs 14

Fantasy News

  • 49ers' Tavon Wilson: Won't return this season

    Wilson (foot) won't play again this season after his 21-day window for reinstatement from injured reserve closed Wednesday, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports. Wilson was designated to return from IR in early January but didn't demonstrate enough progress to earn a spot on the 49ers' postseason roster. He totaled 10 tackles in eight games this season and is set to be a free agent in 2022.
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  • 49ers' Tavon Wilson: Ruled out Monday

    Wilson (foot) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Rams, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports. Wilson is a candidate to land on injured reserve, and he'll be inactive Monday. It's not yet clear when he'll be able to return.
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  • 49ers' Tavon Wilson: Lands in San Fran

    The 49ers are signing Wilson to a one-year contract, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Wilson split the first eight years of his career evenly between the Patriots and Lions before spending time with the Colts in 2020. The veteran now stands to bolster the 49ers' secondary depth, a role which will make him unlikely to pop up on the IDP radar unless starters in front of him go down.
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  • Colts' Tavon Wilson: Starting Week 13

    Wilson will start at strong safety Sunday at Houston, Joel A. Erickson of The Indianapolis Star reports. The veteran safety has played a minor defensive role this season but will start this weekend with Khari Willis (back/quadriceps) ruled out. Wilson had 98 total tackles and one sack while starting 13 of 16 games for the Lions in 2019.
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  • Colts' Tavon Wilson: Joins Indy

    Wilson signed with the Colts on Tuesday. Wilson bounced in and out of the starting lineup in Detroit over the past four seasons, with his stint highlighted by last year's career-high 98 tackles. The 30-year-old could serve as the No. 3 safety in Indianapolis, where Malik Hooker and Khari Willis are expected to be the starters. The team also has rookie third-round pick Julian Blackmon, but he's still rehabbing from an ACL tear he suffered in December.
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  • Lions' Tavon Wilson: Good to go Sunday

    Wilson (hamstring) is officially active for Sunday's matchup with the Packers. Wilson was listed as questionable despite finishing the week with a full practice Friday, so it's not a major surprise he's suiting up for the finale. The 29-year-old should work in his usual every-down role at strong safety for Detroit.
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  • Lions' Tavon Wilson: Practices Wednesday

    Wilson (back) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice. Wilson suffered a back injury during Detroit's game against Dallas in Week 4 but appears to have fully recovered. The depth safety seems on track to suit up against Miami on Sunday.
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  • Lions' Tavon Wilson: Inactive Sunday

    Wilson (back) is inactive for Sunday's game versus the Packers. Wilson will miss his first game of the season after leaving Week 4's game against Dallas in the first quarter. His absence will open the door for Tracy Walker to see an uptick in snaps.
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  • Lions' Tavon Wilson: Practicing Wednesday

    Wilson (back) was a limited participant in Wednesday's pratice, Michael Rothstein of ESPN.com reports. Wilson's mere availability at the first practice of the week is a great sign considering the veteran wasn't cleared to return after exiting last Sunday's game in Dallas with an unspecified back injury. We'll see if he's able to avoid any setbacks as the week unfolds.
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  • Lions' Tavon Wilson: Starts in second preseason game

    Wilson started at strong safety during Friday's preseason game against the Giants and recorded a team-high five tackles. Wilson is trying to fend off Quandre Diggs for the starting role at strong safety, a role the former has held for a few seasons now. The Illinois product did allow a third-down conversion to Giants tight end Evan Engram, but overall Wilson had a good showing Friday and certainly looks to be moving around well after missing parts of the offseason program recovering from shoulder surgery. The veteran will look to continue his stellar play in Detroit's third preseason game next Friday against the Buccaneers, which will likely be Wilson's last appearance before Week 1.
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  • Lions' Tavon Wilson: Limited in spring practices

    Wilson (shoulder) did not participate in the team portions of mandatory minicamp, Justin Rogers of the Detroit News reports. Wilson's 2017 campaign was cut short by a shoulder injury that planted him on injured reserve for the season's final six games. While there's been no indication that the veteran will remain limited when training camp rolls around in late July, it wouldn't be a complete surprise if he's prevented from taking part in select drills, either. Should he continue to miss time, Quandre Diggs will likely fill in on the first-team defense, though Miles Killebrew could also see some snaps in Wilson's stead as well.
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  • Lions' Tavon Wilson: Staying in Detroit

    Wilson (shoulder) signed a two-year, $7 million contract to stay with the Lions, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Wilson averaged 5.8 tackles per game while serving as Detroit's starting strong safety the past two seasons, adding three sacks and three interceptions in 25 games. Quandre Diggs impressed as a starting safety after Wilson landed on injured reserve in late November, but the Lions could move Diggs back to slot corner if they want to consistently keep both players on the field. New head coach Matt Patricia may believe Wilson fits best as a third safety -- still an important part of the defense -- rather than as a starter. It'll be hard to recommend either Wilson or Diggs for IDP purposes until there's some clarity regarding Patricia's intentions. In any case, Wilson should have plenty of time to recover from last season's shoulder injury before the start of training camp.
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  • Lions' Tavon Wilson: Set for free agency

    Wilson (shoulder) will be an unrestricted free agent at the end of the league year and isn't guaranteed to return to the Lions in 2018, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. Wilson was playing well before being sentenced to injured reserve in late November. However, Quandre Diggs stepped in and performed admirably in his place, perhaps making Wilson expendable in the process. It doesn't help Wilson's chances of returning to Detroit that head coach Jim Caldwell and defensive coordinator Teryl Austin were fired.
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  • Lions' Tavon Wilson: Officially hits IR

    Wilson (shoulder) was officially placed on injured reserve Monday. After Wilson aggravated a shoulder injury for a third time this season in the Lions' Thanksgiving Day loss to the Vikings, the team decided to shut the safety down so he could undergo surgery. Rolan Milligan was signed off the practice squad in a corresponding move to fill Wilson's spot on the 53-man roster and restore depth in the secondary.
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  • Lions' Tavon Wilson: Notches another sack

    Wilson accrued seven tackles and one sack during Sunday's 38-24 victory over the Browns. Wilson notched his second sack of the year Sunday, which marks the first time in his six-campaign career that he's logged more than one sack in a single season. He's now averaging seven tackles per contest in his past five games and certainly merits IDP consideration entering a Week 11 matchup with the Bears.
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  • Lions' Tavon Wilson: Logs 40 snaps Friday

    Wilson (shoulder) totaled three tackles in Friday's preseason loss to the Patriots. Wilson donned a no-contact jersey in training camp, so it was good to see him flying around Friday. He logged 40 snaps in total and seems locked in as the starting strong safety ahead of Week 1. It's possible ascending backup Miles Killebrew could push him for playing time as the year goes on, but it's more likely that the Lions get Killebrew more action through the usage of three-safety sets than by taking Wilson off the field entirely.
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  • Lions' Tavon Wilson: Sitting out with mystery ailment

    Wilson (undisclosed) sat out of Tuesday's practice after Monday's injury, Kyle Meinke of MLive.com reports. It's tough to say when Wilson will be back since the nature of his injury hasn't been released. Updates should become available soon, granted Wilson doesn't become cleared soon. The 27-year-old logged 89 tackles, two interceptions and two pass breakups last season.
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  • Lions' Tavon Wilson: Uncertain to play Week 5

    Wilson (neck) is questionable to play in Week 5, the Detroit Free Press reports. Wilson exited Week 3 with a neck injury and was unable to lace up against the Bears in Week 4. However, he managed to practice in full on both Thursday and Friday and appears likely to make a return on Sunday.
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  • Three injured on inactive list Thursday for Patriots

    Three injured players have been placed on the inactive list by the Patriots for their season opener Thursday night against Pittsburgh. They are running back Travaris Cadet (hamstring), defensive lineman Trey Flowers (knee) and safety Tavon Wilson (quad). The healthy inactives are offensive lineman Ryan Wendell, defensive lineman Khyri Thornton, linebacker Rufus Johnson and cornerback Justin Coleman.
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  • Patriots list inactives for Week 2 of preseason

    According to ESPN Boston, the following players are not expected to dress for the Patriots Friday night against Philadelphia: wide receiver Aaron Dobson, safety Tavon Wilson, safety Kanorris Davis, tight end D.J. Williams, tight end Michael Hoomanawanui, linebacker Cameron Gordon, linebacker Jerod Mayo, linebacker Ja'Gared Davis, linebacker James Anderson, center Bryan Stork, offensive tackle Chris Martin, defensive tackle Dominique Easley, wide receiver Jeremy Gallon, tight end Rob Gronkowski, defensive tackle Ben Bass, defensive tackle Jerel Worthy, defensive tackle Chris Jones, running back Tyler Gaffney, cornerback Alfonzo Dennard and defensive tackle Sealver Siliga.
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