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Fantasy News

  • Duke Dawson: Dealing with injury

    Dawson was placed on the practice squad injured list for an undisclosed reason Saturday, per the NFL's official transaction log. Dawson was cut by the Broncos on Tuesday but was signed to the practice squad afterward. However, he'll now be forced to miss time with his unspecified injury.
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  • Duke Dawson: Gets waived Tuesday

    Dawson was cut by the Broncos on Tuesday, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Dawson was just activated from the PUP list Monday as he's apparently recovered from a torn ACL he suffered in Week 14 of the 2020 season. He was a second-round selection of the Patriots in 2018 and was traded to the Broncos before the 2019 season began. He'll now try to catch on somewhere else as he regains his health.
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  • Broncos' Duke Dawson: Carted off Sunday

    Dawson won't return to Sunday's game against the Panthers due to a knee injury. Dawson sustained the noncontact injury during the first quarter on a blitz and was carted off the field. It's not a great sign the 25-year-old was ruled out almost immediately after leaving the game. Kevin Toliver and De'Vante Bausby could have increased roles for the Broncos.
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  • Broncos' Duke Dawson: Limited in practice Friday

    Dawson (concussion) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Chargers. Dawson returned to practice on a limited basis Friday after sitting out the first two sessions of the week. Isaac Yiadom or recently-demoted Devontae Harris could fill in if the 24-year-old is unable to play.
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  • Broncos' Duke Dawson: Questionable for Week 6

    Dawson (foot) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Titans, Zac Stevens of DNVR reports. Dawson saw his practice time during the week limited by the injury. Losing Dawson would be a major blow to an already injury-riddled Broncos secondary.
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  • Broncos' Duke Dawson: Adds needed depth to secondary

    The acquisition of Dawson -- acquired from the Patriots on Friday -- provides insurance behind the likes of Bryce Callahan (foot) and ensures that Kareem Jackson will be able to stick at safety, Mike Reiss of reports. The Broncos have rested their starters through almost the entire preseason to get a look at what they had down-roster. It wasn't great and, with Callahan still nursing his foot injury, the notion of giving any of those players regular-season playing time was not something Denver's brass was willing to do. In comes Dawson, who Denver reportedly considered drafting in the early rounds of 2018. Dawson offers yet another chess piece in a secondary full of prototypical nickelbacks. There's a learning curve to Vic Fangio's defense and Dawson was never able to find his place in New England, so expectations should be tempered, but it wouldn't be too surprising to see him play early in order to keep Callahan and others fresh.
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  • Broncos' Duke Dawson: Shipped to Broncos

    Dawson was acquired by the Broncos from the Patriots on Friday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. The fact the trade occurred right before roster cutdowns indicates Dawson's roster spot with the Patriots may have been in jeopardy. The 2018 second-round pick spent the first half of last season on injured reserve with a hamstring injury and did not see the field after being designated for return. The 23-year-old will look to take advantage of the fresh start with a new team.
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  • Patriots' Duke Dawson: Set for NFL debut

    Coach Bill Belicheck said Dawson could "possibly" contribute for the Patriots on Sunday against the Jets, Doug Kyed of reports. Dawson was activated off injured reserve last week after he missed the first 10 weeks of the season with the hamstring injury. The Patriots secondary is currently in solid health, so it remains to be seen what role the rookie second-round pick will settle into. Nonetheless, he appears set ready to make his NFL debut in Week 12.
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  • Patriots' Duke Dawson: Healthy to enter Week 12

    Dawson (hamstring) is not listed on Wednesday's injury report. Dawson was activated from injured reserve last week, and now appears to have fully recovered from his lingering hamstring issue. The rookie second-round pick is on track to make his NFL debut against the Jets on Sunday.
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  • Patriots' Duke Dawson: Activated off injured reserve

    Dawson (hamstring) was officially activated off injured reserve by the Patriots on Tuesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Dawson was reaching the end of the 21-day return window as he returned to practice Oct. 24 and now will be able to make his NFL debut in 2018. The rookie second-round pick will have the Patriots' bye in Week 11 so he should be good to go for the next game against the Jets on Nov. 25.
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  • Patriots' Duke Dawson: Returns to practice

    Dawson (hamstring) participated in Wednesday's practice, Zack Cox of reports. Dawson started the season on injured reserve due to a hamstring injury and appears to be on track in his recovery. New England will monitor the rookie second-round pick's participation over the next two weeks and will make a final decision on Dawson's availability for the rest of the season during that time. The earliest Dawson is eligible to return is during the Patriots' matchup against the Titans in Week 10.
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  • Patriots' Duke Dawson: Limited at practice

    Dawson has been a limited participant in the last two practices due to an undisclosed injury, Andrew Callahan of reports. It's unclear exactly what Dawson is dealing with, but it's likely not too serious of an injury given that he has at least been on the practice field. Dawson was selected by the Patriots in the second round of the 2018 draft and is expected to play a limited role in New England's secondary this season.
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