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Fantasy News

  • Falcons' Frank Darby: Will be active at Seattle

    Atlanta elevated Darby from its practice squad Saturday for Week 3, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports. Darby suited up for 10 games for the Falcons in 2021, but he ultimately played in just 19 offensive snaps, saw just four targets and caught just one of those for 14 yards. The 2021 sixth-rounder will probably see most of his work on special teams at the Seahawks.
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  • Frank Darby: Added to Falcons' practice squad

    Darby joined Atlanta's practice squad Wednesday, Tori McElhaney and Scott Bair of the Falcons' official site report. Darby dressed for 10 games with the Falcons last season but played sparingly, totaling just one catch for 14 yards. He'll be near the top of the list should Atlanta need an in-season replacement for an injured wide receiver.
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  • Frank Darby: Waived by Falcons

    Darby was waived by the Falcons on Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. After Darby reeled in three catches for 49 yards this preseason, the Falcons decided that he didn't do enough to crack the final roster. The wide receiver is considered a candidate to join the Falcons' practice squad if he goes unclaimed on waivers.
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  • Falcons' Frank Darby: Full participant

    Darby (shoulder) has been a full participant in camp this week and is getting opportunities with the first-team offense, Daniel Flick of SI.com reports. Darby missed the Falcons' Week 18 contest against the Saints with the injury, then was limited in minicamp. The second-year pro has an outside shot to make the roster, as he competes with Damiere Byrd, KhaDarel Hodge and Cameron Batson for an active spot at the bottom of the Falcons' wide receiver depth chart.
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  • Falcons' Frank Darby: Remains limited during minicamp

    Darby (shoulder) was limited during Tuesday's mandatory minicamp, D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Darby was sidelined for the Falcons' final contest last season due to a shoulder injury, and the wideout appears to still be dealing with the issue. As a rookie, the 2021 sixth-round pick appeared in 10 games and caught one pass on four targets for 14 yards.
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  • Falcons' Frank Darby: Sidelined by shoulder injury

    Darby (shoulder) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Saints, Tori McElhaney of the Falcons' official site reports. Darby has been active for each of Atlanta's last nine games, though a shoulder injury will sideline him for the season finale. He has played almost entirely on special teams, meaning his absence isn't likely to significantly change the hierarchy of the Falcons' wide receiver depth chart.
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  • Falcons' Frank Darby: Questionable for Sunday

    Darby (shoulder) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Saints, Michael Rothstein of ESPN.com reports. Darby presumably picked up the injury during last week's loss to the Bills, and his availability for the season finale is now up in the air.
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  • Falcons' Frank Darby: First NFL catch Sunday

    Darby caught one of three targets for 14 yards during Sunday's 43-3 loss to the Cowboys. Darby recorded his first NFL targets and his first NFL catch Sunday. The rookie sixth-round pick hasn't been a part of the Falcons' offensive game plan this season, but they had all hands on deck during the blowout loss to the Cowboys. With Calvin Ridley (personal) on the non-football injury list, Atlanta's wideouts have generated sporadic production, which is likely due to Matt Ryan's reliance on his tight ends and running backs in the passing game. Darby will likely remain behind Tajae Sharpe, Russell Gage and Olamide Zaccheaus on the depth chart during their Week 11 clash with the Patriots on Thursday.
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  • Falcons' Frank Darby: Practices fully Thursday

    Darby (calf) fully practiced Thursday. Darby was unavailable for each of the last two games due to a calf injury, but he appears to be back to full health. The 2021 sixth-rounder was a healthy scratch in Week 1, so he's unlikely to have a significant role if he suits up Sunday against Washington.
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  • Falcons' Frank Darby: Ruled out against Giants

    Darby (calf) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Giants, Michael Rothstein of ESPN.com reports. Darby didn't practice this week and simply hasn't been able to recover from a nagging calf problem. The rookie wideout has yet to make his NFL debut, and his next chance to do so will come in Week 4 at home against Washington.
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  • Falcons' Frank Darby: Ruled out with calf injury

    Darby (calf) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, Scott Bair of the Falcons' official site reports. Darby's health trended down throughout the week, as he practiced fully Wednesday before being limited Thursday and failing to practice Friday. The rookie wide receiver was a healthy scratch in Week 1, so Darby's NFL debut won't come before Sept. 26 on the road against the Giants.
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