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Fantasy News

  • Panthers' Xavier Woods: Restructures contract for 2023

    The Panthers restructured Woods' contract Thursday, Darin Gantt of the team's official site reports. Woods, who signed a three-year contract last offseason, was due a roster bonus March 19, per Mike Kaye of The Charlotte Observer. Because of the 27-year-old's recent contract adjustment, Carolina now saves $1.64 million against the cap if it were to have been a standard restructure. Woods operated as an every-down secondary member for the Panthers this past season, tallying 86 tackles and six passes defensed across 15 matchups suited up for.
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  • Panthers' Xavier Woods: Tops 80 tackles

    Woods made 86 tackles (53 solo), broke up six passes and recovered two fumbles while playing 15 games in the 2022 season. Woods' tackle total marked the second highest of his career, only trailing last year's output in Minnesota. The veteran ranked third on the Panthers in stops and passes defended and is under contract for another two years in Carolina.
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  • Panthers' Xavier Woods: Dressing for Week 15

    Woods (knee) is active for Sunday's game against the Steelers. After sitting out last week's win over the Seahawks due to the knee injury, Woods checks back into the lineup after he practiced on a limited basis Wednesday and Thursday before upgrading to full activity Friday. Though the Panthers ultimately listed him as questionable heading into Sunday, Woods will suit up and shouldn't have any limitations in his return. The fact that Carolina chose to place another safety (Juston Burris) on the inactive list supports the notion that Woods isn't expected to face any restrictions.
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  • Panthers' Xavier Woods: Remains limited Friday

    Woods (knee) logged a limited practice Friday and remains questionable to play Sunday versus the Seahawks. Woods exited the Panthers' Week 12 win over the Broncos early with a knee injury and has remained hobbled by the injury following the team's Week 13 bye. His ability to participate in some capacity at each of Carolina's practices this week bodes well for his chances to play Sunday, but his status is worth monitoring heading into the weekend. If Woods is unable to go, Juston Burris would stand to step up in Week 14.
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  • Panthers' Xavier Woods: Questionable to return

    Woods is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Broncos with a knee injury, Schuyler Callihan of reports. Woods recorded five tackles before exiting with a knee injury at some point during Sunday's contest. With fellow safeties Myles Hartsfield (ankle) and Juston Burris (coach's decision) both inactive, Sam Franklin and Sean Chandler should see increased usage alongside Jeremy Chinn for the time being.
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  • Panthers' Xavier Woods: Eight tackles in win

    Woods recorded eight tackles (six solo) while deflecting a pass in Thursday's 25-15 win over the Falcons. Woods continued his steady increase in production Thursday, raising his weekly tackle total for the fifth consecutive game. The safety was also able to register his third pass deflection of the campaign while playing every defensive snap in the contest.
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  • Panthers' Xavier Woods: Not playing Sunday

    Woods (hamstring) is inactive Sunday against the 49ers, Steve Reed of the Associated Press reports. Woods' inability to play will put the Panthers down both their starting safeties, as Jeremy Chinn (hamstring) was placed on IR on Wednesday. Juston Burris and Myles Hartsfield will likely get the starts in their absence.
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  • Panthers' Xavier Woods: Available against Arizona

    Woods (hamstring) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against Arizona. Woods was limited at practice all week due to a hamstring injury, but he'll be able to play through the issue in Week 4. Over the first three games of the season, he logged 23 tackles (nine solo) and a pass defense.
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  • Panthers' Xavier Woods: Leads team in tackles

    Woods finished with 10 tackles (two solo) in Sunday's 26-24 loss to the Browns. Woods played all but one snap in his Panthers debut. In addition to leading Carolina in tackles, he also defended a pass. That performance helps his stock ahead of Week 2's matchup versus the Giants.
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  • Panthers' Xavier Woods: Bolsters Carolina's secondary

    Woods signed a three-year deal with the Panthers on Monday, Josina Anderson of CBS Sports reports. Woods joins the third team of his professional career, having already spent four seasons in Dallas and his last in Minnesota. He's picked off multiple passes in three of his five seasons, and he now figures to immediately slot in at free safety in Carolina.
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  • Vikings' Xavier Woods: Continues with every-down role

    Woods notched eight tackles (three solo) during Sunday's divisional loss to the Lions. Woods hasn't yet missed a single defensive snap through 12 appearances this season. The veteran safety already has 74 total tackles on the season, so it's possible that he creeps over his career-high mark of 77 stops with a strong performance against the Steelers on Thursday.
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  • Vikings' Xavier Woods: Tallies 10 tackles

    Woods recorded 10 tackles in Sunday's loss to the Browns. Woods tied for the team lead in tackles and did not leave the field for any defensive snaps. He has been very productive in coverage to start the season, logging three defended passes and an interception. Sunday's performance marked his highest tackle total in a contest on the campaign.
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  • Vikings' Xavier Woods: Snags interception against Arizona

    Woods had four total tackles and an interception in Sunday's loss at Arizona. Woods had a strong game in coverage as he allowed just one reception on two targets for three yards, according to Pro Football Focus. It was just his fifth career interception. While he may not produce many interceptions or sacks for fantasy purposes, he's added a needed steady presence in the secondary.
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  • Vikings' Xavier Woods: Sits out with minor injury

    Woods did not play in Saturday's preseason loss to the Colts due to "a little nick," head coach Mike Zimmer told the Minneapolis Star Tribune. It sounds like a minor injury, but it's worth monitoring Woods' health before the regular season. Woods will start at safety opposite Harrison Smith as part of a reconfigured Vikings secondary and add a needed veteran presence after the young unit struggled last year.
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  • Cowboys' Xavier Woods: Good to go for Week 17

    Woods (ribs) is active for Sunday's game against the Giants, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports. After being contained to limited participation during all three of the Cowboys' practice sessions this week, Woods has seemingly shown enough during pregame warmups to get the nod for his 15th appearance of the season. Having started all 14 times he's suited up so far, Woods enters the regular-season finale with 69 tackles. The 25-year-old has yet to collect his first interception of the year, after combining for five INTs between 2017 and 2019.
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  • Cowboys' Xavier Woods: Limited Wednesday

    Woods (ribs) was limited at Wednesday's practice, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports. Woods was sidelined in last week's game against the Eagles. His participation, albeit limited, at practice indicates he is trending in the right direction. However, Reggie Robinson would be in line to once again replace him at free safety should he end up having to sit out again.
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  • Cowboys' Xavier Woods: Sustains chest injury Sunday

    Woods (chest) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the 49ers, Calvin Watkins of The Dallas Morning News reports. After overcoming a groin issue to avoid his first 2020 game absence in Week 15, Woods has sustained an injury of another variety as Dallas finds itself protecting a narrow second-half lead. The Louisiana Tech standout has started 43 games since the beginning of 2018, but now fourth-round rookie Reggie Robinson may be relied on to hold down the free safety spot.
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  • Cowboys' Xavier Woods: Uncertain for Week 15

    Woods (groin) is questionable for Sunday's game versus the 49ers, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports. Woods was added to the injury report midweek, surfacing as a limited participant in Thursday's practice. The fourth-year safety hasn't missed a defensive snap all year, so he still stands a good chance to play Sunday. If he's held out, Darian Thompson and Reggie Robinson are both due to play more in Woods' stead.
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  • Cowboys' Xavier Woods: On track for Week 1

    Woods (ankle/groin) is expected to be available Sunday against the Rams, Calvin Watkins of The Dallas Morning News reports. Woods has been kept out of practice since Aug. 28 due to ankle and groin injuries, but the Cowboys have consistently expressed optimism about his chances of suiting up Week 1. If Woods is indeed able to go, his presence as a starting safety will provide Dallas' secondary with a notable boost against Los Angeles' dangerous aerial attack.
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  • Cowboys' Xavier Woods: Still unable to practice

    Cowboys COO Stephen Jones said Woods (ankle) has a good shot to play Sunday versus the Rams, Nick Eatman of the Cowboys' official site reports. Woods hasn't practiced since Aug. 28 when he exited that day's session early, but the team is optimistic he'll be ready for the season opener. The team's secondary is a bit banged up with cornerbacks Chidobe Awuzie (leg) and Jourdan Lewis (ankle) are both tending to injuries, so getting Woods back would be a major boost. Over 15 games last year, Woods produced 77 tackles, five pass breakups and two interceptions.
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