Schedule

Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
vs 24
@ 32
vs 19
@ 27
vs 8
@ 17
vs 2
@ 3
vs 4
@ 19
@ 30
vs 11
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BYE
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vs 18
@ 5
vs 7
vs 27

Fantasy News

  • Landon Collins: Let go by Washington

    Washington released Collins (foot) on Wednesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reprots. As expected, Collins will head to free agency after the two sides were unable to agree to a restructured contract. After the recent acquisition of Carson Wentz, Washington needed to free up cap space before the new league year began Wednesday, and Collins' release saves the Commanders roughly $6.5 million. The 28-year-old, who transitioned to a hybrid linebacker/safety role in 2021, may have to settle for a one- or two-year deal on the open market.
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  • Football Team's Landon Collins: Lands on IR

    Collins (foot) was placed on injured reserve Friday. Collins suffered the injury in Tuesday's loss to Philadelphia, and the issue is serious enough to land the defender on IR. Consequently, he won't be able to play again this season unless Washington makes the playoffs.
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  • Football Team's Landon Collins: Sits out Wednesday's practice

    Collins was a non-participant at Wednesday's practice due to a foot injury. Collins suffered the foot injury during Tuesday's loss to the Eagles, so it's hardly a surprise he's listed as a DNP a day later. The 27-year-old played only 55 percent of the defensive snaps and had seven tackles (four solo) and an interception before leaving the game.
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  • Football Team's Landon Collins: Expected to play Sunday

    Collins (foot) who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Cowboys, is expected to play, John Keim of ESPN.com reports. Collins was sidelined for Washington's Week 13 win over the Raiders with the foot issue, but Keim reports that unless the 27-year-old wakes up feeling sore, he'll be ready to suit up Sunday. On the season, Collins has recorded 69 tackles, one sack, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery across 11 appearances.
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  • Football Team's Landon Collins: Progresses to limited participation

    Collins (foot) was a limited practice participant Thursday. Collins was unable to practice Wednesday, so it's a good sign to see him taking part during Thursday's session. The 27-year-old missed last week's win over the Raiders but may be able to retake the field for Sunday's matchup with the Cowboys.
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  • Football Team's Landon Collins: Sidelined to start week

    Collins (foot) is not practicing Wednesday, John Keim of ESPN.com reports. Collins missed his first game of the season Week 13, and he still has yet to resume practicing due to his lingering foot injury. Deshazor Everett will stand to handle an increased role once again versus Dallas on Sunday, in the event that Collins can't go.
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  • Football Team's Landon Collins: Recovers fumble in loss

    Collins had seven tackles (solo) and one fumble recovery during Sunday's 24-10 loss to the Packers. Collins led the defense in tackles despite the modest output, and he now has at least six tackles in each of the past six contests. The 27-year-old has 46 tackles (29 solo) and one fumble recovery through seven contests but is without an interception, a sack or forced fumble.
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  • Football Team's Landon Collins: Avoids PUP list

    Collins (Achilles) was not placed on any injury list as Washington begins training camp, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. Collins did not participate in team minicamp in June as he was still recovering from an Achilles tear that ended his 2020 season in Week 9. However, the fact that he did not start camp on any sort of injury list is a reassuring sign that he's closer to being fully recovered.
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  • Football Team's Landon Collins: Season-ending injury feared

    Collins likely tore his Achilles during Sunday's win over Dallas, and he'll have an MRI on Monday to confirm the diagnosis, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. Collins apparently texted Josina Anderson of ESPN saying that he felt his Achilles "pop" and will be heading for surgery. There's still no confirmation from the team about the nature of his injury, but Collins will be shut down for the rest of the season once the diagnosis is confirmed. The 26-year-old safety was on pace for yet another season with more than 100 tackles, as he's consistently among the top performers in IDP fantasy settings. Kamren Curl and Troy Apke will take on expanded roles moving forward.
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  • Football Team's Landon Collins: Ruled out Sunday

    Collins will miss the remainder of Sunday's game against the Cowboys due to an ankle injury, John Keim of ESPN.com reports. Collins was forced to exit in the second quarter of the game, and the fact that he was immediately ruled out certainly isn't a good sign. Kamren Curl is expected to take over at strong safety as long as Collins is sidelined. Expect the team to update the Alabama product's status in the coming days.
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  • Redskins' Landon Collins: Sidelined to start week

    Collins (shoulder) was a non-participant on Wednesday's practice estimation, John Keim of ESPN.com reports. Collins appears to have picked up a shoulder injury during Week 16's loss to the Giants. His status in practice will bear monitoring over the course of the week.
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  • Redskins' Landon Collins: Forces fumble in loss

    Collins was credited with six tackles (four solo), a pass breakup and a forced fumble in Sunday's 41-35 loss to the Giants. Despite heading into the matchup wearing the questionable tag due to an Achilles injury, Collins logged his biggest tackle effort in the last three weeks, together with just his second forced fumble and fourth pass breakup of the season. He needs just nine tackles against the Cowboys in Week 17 to pass his career high of 125.
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  • Redskins' Landon Collins: Receives questionable tag

    Collins (Achilles) is questionable for Sunday's game versus the Giants. Collins didn't partake in the first two practices of the week, but he worked as a full participant Friday and appears on track to face New York. The 25-year-old hasn't missed a snap this season, and he should be able to attempt to continue that streak Sunday.
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  • Redskins' Landon Collins: Leads team in tackles

    Collins had nine tackles (five solo) in Sunday's 24-9 loss to the Bills. Minus a four-tackle performance against the 49ers in Week 7, Collins has been a dependable IDP contributor in 2019 with at least seven tackles in each contest. The 25-year-old ranks fourth in the NFL with 78 tackles (52 solo), and he also has one sack and one forced fumble this season.
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  • Redskins' Landon Collins: Forces fumble in win

    Collins finished with 12 tackles, including a sack, and also forced a fumble in Washington's 17-16 win over the Dolphins on Sunday. Collins has been an effective tackler through six weeks (55 stops) but has yet to record an interception. Meanwhile, Collins' sack in Sunday's win was his first of 2019 and just the fifth sack of the 25-year-old safety's career.
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  • Redskins' Landon Collins: Present but limited at OTAs

    Collins (shoulder) is present at OTAs but is not going through full team drills, JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington reports. One of Washington's biggest offseason acquisitions, Collins is still working his way back from a torn labrum in his left shoulder. Although he's just doing side work at OTAs, head coach Jay Gruden said Monday that he expects Collins to be ready for training camp, Tarik El-Bashir of The Athletic reports.
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  • Giants' Landon Collins: Moves to division rival

    Collins has inked a six-year, $84 million deal with Washington, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Collins' market-setting contract will reportedly include $45 million guaranteed, to be paid out over the first three years of his new deal. The 25-year-old safety is coming off a 2018 season in which he logged 96 tackles in 12 games for the Giants. As long as Collins stays healthy, the 2015 second-rounder should remain a quality IDP in his new locale.
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  • Giants' Landon Collins: Unlikely to be tagged

    The Giants likely won't use the franchise tag on Collins (shoulder), Ian Rapoport and Kimberley Jones of NFL Network report. The Giants have approximately $27 million in cap space to work with this offseason, but it appears the front office isn't willing to devote the amount needed ($11.15 million) by placing the aforementioned tag on the safety. Such a decision will be made by 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday, at which point Collins will be available when free agency kicks off March 13. In four pro campaigns, he's averaged 7.4 tackles per game, which prorates to 119 across a 16-game slate.
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  • Giants' Landon Collins: May get tagged

    Collins (shoulder) is a strong candidate for the franchise tag, ESPN.com's Jordan Raanan reports. Collins had surgery Dec. 11 to repair a torn labrum, missing the final four weeks of the regular season and then sitting out the Pro Bowl. He did mention in late December that he'd be fine with playing under the franchise tag, which is expected to cost approximately $11 million for safeties. The 25-year-old has started his career averaging at least 6.9 tackles per game in each of his first four seasons, but he didn't do much else on the stat sheet in 2018. He did have 125 tackles, five INTS and four sacks during his breakout 2016 campaign, finishing third in DPOY voting behind Khalil Mack and Von Miller. The Giants presumably will discuss a long-term deal with Collins, but it won't come as any surprise if they're hesitant to pay top dollar for a safety without first-rate coverage skills.
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  • Giants' Landon Collins: Would play under franchise tag

    Collins (shoulder) said Tuesday he would be willing to play under the franchise tag if necessary, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports. Collins missed the final four games of the season after undergoing shoulder surgery and is set to hit free agency in 2019, though the Giants could retain his rights with the franchise tag. The 2015 second-round pick also expressed a desire to remain in New York and is hopeful for an extension, but he didn't give any indication he would consider a holdout if tagged. The 25-year-old would likely be fairly sought after if allowed to reach the open market.
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