Schedule

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Fantasy News

  • Vikings' Ryan Connelly: Joins reserve/PUP list

    The Vikings placed Connelly (knee) on the reserve/PUP list Tuesday, Craig Peters of the team's official site reports. Connelly is now required to sit out the team's first four games, as he's still recovering from a torn ACL he suffered last December. Once medically cleared to return to game action, the fourth-year pro is expected to contribute mostly on special teams, given he's played just one defensive snap compared to 410 special teams snaps over the last two seasons.
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  • Vikings' Ryan Connelly: Placed on PUP list

    Connelly (knee) was placed on the active/PUP list Monday, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. Connelly is still recovering from the torn ACL he suffered last season, but his placement on the active version of this list means he can practice or play in the preseason at any time. Once healthy, the linebacker is expected to be mostly a special-teams contributor this year.
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  • Vikings' Ryan Connelly: Placed on injured reserve

    Connelly (knee) was placed on IR on Monday. Connelly was injured on the opening kickoff of the second half in the Vikings' win over the Steelers on Thursday. He's appeared in 12 games this season, strictly as a contributor on special teams.
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  • Vikings' Ryan Connelly: Ruled out with knee injury

    Connelly exited Thursday's game against the Steelers with a knee injury and will not return. Connelly was injured on the opening kickoff of the second half and needed assistance from trainers to get off the field. The extent of the injury is not clear, though he was ruled out from returning to Thursday's game in short order. Connelly did not record any tackles prior to his exit.
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  • Vikings' Ryan Connelly: Activated from COVID-19 list

    Connelly was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday. Connelly should return to his customary special-teams role now that he has cleared the NFL's COVID-19 protocols. He has three tackles (two solo) this season.
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  • Vikings' Ryan Connelly: Tests positive for COVID-19

    Connelly tested positive for COVID-19, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Connelly was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday, but it wasn't known if he was a close contact or had actually tested positive for the virus. Connelly, who has mostly contributed on special teams, will try to clear protocols in time for Week 10 against the Chargers.
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  • Giants' Ryan Connelly: Placed on IR

    The Giants placed Connelly (knee) on injured reserve Monday, Pat Leonard of NY Daily Sports reports. Connelly suffered a torn ACL in his right knee during Sunday's win over Washington. The rookie fifth-round pick showed well across three starts, and he'll now work to return to full health following surgery before the 2020 season. In Connelly's absence, Tae Davis (concussion) is a candidate to receive increased opportunity on defense when healthy.
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  • Giants' Ryan Connelly: Torn ACL confirmed

    The Giants officially confirmed Connelly has a torn ACL and is out for the season. An MRI on Monday confirmed what the Giants feared. Connelly, a rookie fifth-round pick, started the last three games and thrived in the role, making 18 tackles, a sack and two interceptions. With his injury occurring in Week 4, the hope is that Connelly can recover before the 2020 season. In the meantime, Tae Davis (concussion) and Alec Ogletree (hamstring) should be the starting inside linebackers once they're healthy, although the team may check out free agency for additional depth. Expect Connelly to be placed on injured reserve soon.
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  • Giants' Ryan Connelly: Expected to start Sunday

    Connelly is expected to draw the start at inside linebacker versus Washington on Sunday, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports. Connelly's increased defensive opportunity comes with Tae Davis (concussion) and Alec Ogletree (hamstring) both ruled out for Week 4. The rookie fifth-round pick played 71 snaps (92 percent) on defense Week 3 and looks primed for a similar role against Washington.
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