Schedule

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Fantasy News

  • Commanders' Chase Young: Ruled out for season opener

    Coach Ron Rivera relayed that Young (knee) won't play in Week 1 against the Jaguars, Sam Fortier of The Washington Post reports. Young is recovering from a mid-November ACL tear, and it sounds like the defensive end still has many hurdles left to clear in his recovery considering his coach has already ruled Young out more than a month before the season. Per Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post, Rivera added that Young will "probably" start the regular season on the PUP list. If Young isn't removed from the PUP list prior to the regular season, he will miss a minimum of four games.
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  • Commanders' Chase Young: Could miss most of camp

    Coach Ron Rivera expects Young (knee) to miss more practice time than Washington's other players on the active/PUP list, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. While this isn't the best sign, it doesn't mean Young can't be ready in time for Week 1. The second overall pick in the 2020 draft is finishing up his rehab from the ACL tear he suffered in mid-November.
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  • Commanders' Chase Young: Placed on PUP

    Young (knee) is on the PUP list for the start of training camp, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. The No. 2 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft suffered an ACL tear in mid-November of a disappointing second season. He still has a shot to be ready for Week 1, though this isn't the best start. Young was named Defensive Rookie of the Year after his initial season, leading one of the best defenses in the league. Washington slipped to a bottom-five unit last year, struggling even before Young tore his knee.
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  • Commanders' Chase Young: Likely starting camp on PUP list

    Commanders head coach Ron Rivera said Wednesday that Young (knee) will "more than likely" begin training camp on the PUP list, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports. The 2020 first-round pick suffered a right ACL tear during Week 10 last year, and by all accounts remains on track in his rehab. There was initial optimism that he'd possibly be available for Week 1, but it also appears Washington will be cautious with its star defender in an effort to avoid any potential setbacks this offseason. Young has nine career sacks across 24 appearances, and when healthy, he and fellow first-round pick Montez Sweat form one of best passing rushing duos in the NFL.
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  • Commanders' Chase Young: Not practicing yet

    Young (knee) was spotted without a knee brace Wednesday during the Commanders' OTA session, but he didn't participate in on-field drills, Ben Standig of The Athletic reports. Per Pete Hailey of NBC Sports Washington, Young made his way onto the practice field during 11-on-11 drills after shedding his knee brace, but he still hasn't been cleared to actually handle team reps. The 2020 first-round pick is working his way back from a torn right ACL suffered Week 10, and by all accounts he remains on track in his rehab. Sam Fortier of The Washington Post relays that head coach Ron Rivera declined to offer a specific timetable for Young's return to practice, but there's some reason to be optimistic about the pass rusher's chances of taking the field Week 1.
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  • Commanders' Chase Young: Shows up for OTAs

    Young (knee) is present for Washington's second session of OTAs on Tuesday, Ben Standig of The Athletic reports. Young is rehabbing his torn right ACL with the Commanders, though he won't return to on-field work until a later date. Though the 2020 first-round pick doesn't yet have a clear timetable to resume practicing, his recovery is by all accounts continuing on schedule.
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  • Commanders' Chase Young: Attacking rehab, doing well

    Commanders head coach Ron Rivera said Monday that Young (knee) is doing "real well," and it's great to see him at the team facility and attacking the rehab process, JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington reports. Young suffered a torn ACL in Week 10 against the Buccaneers and underwent surgery Nov. 22. The 2020 No. 2 overall pick was able to begin jogging in mid-February and appears to be making substantial progress, but Rivera says the dominant pass rusher still doesn't have a timetable to return to on-field activities, per JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington. Young's rehab is currently being overseen by Washington's new head athletic trainer Al Bellamy, according to Ben Standig of The Athletic.
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  • Commanders' Chase Young: Making progress

    Young (knee) is now jogging and believes he could be ready for training camp, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. Young suffered a torn ACL in Week 10 against the Buccaneers and underwent surgery on Nov. 22. His status for the beginning of next season was and still is up in the air, but it sounds like Young is optimistic about his chances of being ready to compete in time for Week 1.
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  • Football Team's Chase Young: Undergoes successful surgery

    Young had successful ACL surgery on Monday, Sam Fortier of The Washington Post reports. Young suffered a torn ACL during Washington's Week 10 win over the Buccaneers. The 2020 No. 2 overall pick finished his second season in the NFL with 26 tackles and 1.5 sacks across nine games. He's expected to make a full recovery, but his rehab will likely stretch into next year's training camp and could even impact his status for the beginning of the 2022 campaign as well.
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  • Football Team's Chase Young: Torn ACL confirmed

    Washington head coach Ron Rivera confirmed Monday that Young (knee) suffered a season-ending ACL tear in Sunday's 29-19 win over Tampa Bay, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Young's injury dims the luster of what was the best win of the season for Washington. The No. 2 overall selection in the 2020 NFL Draft will miss the remainder of the season, and his recovery could stretch into the 2022 campaign as well. He wraps up his second season with 26 tackles and 1.5 sacks in nine games.
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  • Football Team's Chase Young: Could have suffered torn ACL

    Young (knee) might have suffered a torn ACL, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Washington will wait for a full battery of tests, but if the diagnosis is confirmed, that would knock the star defender out for the rest of the season.
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  • Football Team's Chase Young: Ruled out Sunday

    Young (knee) has been ruled out of Sunday's game against Tampa Bay. Young refused to get on the cart and was helped off the field before eventually departing the gridiron. There's no question his absence represents a big blow to Washington's defense, and this will open up more playing time for the likes of James Smith-Williams or Olubunmi Rotimi.
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  • Football Team's Chase Young: All set for Year 2 breakout

    Young was impressive at June minicamp and appears ready to take a step forward in his second pro season, Sam Fortier of The Washington Post reports. The second overall pick from last year's draft enjoyed a stellar rookie campaign, finishing the regular season with 44 tackles, 7.5 sacks, four forced fumble, three fumble recoveries and a touchdown in 15 games. Young didn't participate in the voluntary portion of Washington's offseason program, but his return for June minicamp proves he's healthy and in good shape. He may soon emerge as an annual threat to lead the NFL in sacks.
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  • Football Team's Chase Young: Records 7.5 sacks as a rookie

    Young (ankle), who logged three tackles in Washington's playoff loss to the Buccaneers on Saturday, finished the 2020 regular season with 44 tackles, 7.5 sacks and four forced fumbles. Per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, Young was limited late in Saturday's game with what's being described as a mild ankle sprain. It's the sort of injury that would have been an issue for the pass rusher had Washington advanced, but the No. 2 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft will now have the entire offseason to heal up and prepare for his second year as a pro. Looking ahead to next season, Young, who turns 22 in April, will continue to be a key pass-rushing cog on his team's stout front four while working in a starting defensive end role.
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  • Football Team's Chase Young: Notches sack against G-Men

    Young collected one tackle during Sunday's 23-20 loss to the Giants, that being a sack of Daniel Jones. Even on an afternoon in which the No. 2 overall draft choice yielded just one total tackle, he still somehow found a way to get to the quarterback, taking down Jones for a second-quarter sack. Young had entered Week 9 amidst a four-game sackless streak, though a groin injury suffered Week 3 against Cleveland may have contributed to the drought. Now having returned to the sack column, Young focuses his attention on a Week 10 road trip to Detroit.
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  • Football Team's Chase Young: Returns Week 5

    Young (groin) is listed as active Sunday against the Rams. After a one-game absence due to a moderate groin strain, Young is back in action after going through a DNP/LP/FP practice regimen this week. Through his first 10 quarters as a pro, the 2020 first-round selection has eight tackles and 2.5 sacks to his credit.
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  • Football Team's Chase Young: Puts in limited practice

    Young (groin) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. Young wasn't able to practice Wednesday and missed Week 4 due to his groin injury, so to see him back on the field is a notable step in the right direction. Still, Washington may hold out to see the rookie second overall pick go through full practice reps before clearing him for Sunday's game against the Rams.
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  • Football Team's Chase Young: Likely to sit Week 4

    Young was diagnosed Wednesday with a moderate groin strain and is expected to be sidelined for Washington's Week 4 game versus Baltimore, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Before tweaking his groin in Washington's Week 3 loss to Cleveland, the No. 2 overall pick was off to a fast start to his rookie season, totaling eight tackles, 2.5 sacks and one forced fumble. While Young was seemingly fortunate to avoid a Grade 3 groin strain, Washington is labeling him as week-to-week, suggesting that he could miss additional action beyond the Ravens game. Ryan Kerrigan will likely pick up more reps in Young's stead, serving as Washington's main edge rusher opposite Montez Sweat.
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  • Football Team's Chase Young: Will undergo MRI

    Young (groin) is set to have an MRI on Monday, Josina Anderson of ESPN reports. Young relayed via his personal Twitter account Sunday that his injury is "nothing major." Undergoing an MRI doesn't necessarily contradict the rookie, but at the very least, the team is looking to rule out anything serious. The results of his MRI should be available Tuesday at the latest, and either way, his practice status will likely be closely monitored all week leading up to Sunday's matchup versus the Ravens.
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  • Football Team's Chase Young: Injury doesn't look serious

    Young (groin) appears to have avoided a major injury, Ryan Homler of NCB Sports Washington reports. Young exited Sunday's loss to the Browns in the second quarter due to a groin injury and didn't return, but he said via his personal Twitter account after the contest that the issue is "nothing major." While an official timetable for the rookie first-round pick's return remains undisclosed, it's at least encouraging to see that he appears to have avoided the worst-case scenario.
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