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Fantasy News

  • Eric Weddle: Announces re-retirement

    Weddle (pectoral) said Sunday after the Rams' 23-20 win over the Bengals in Super Bowl LVI that he will retire from football, Jordan Mendoza of USA Today reports. When their depth at safety was decimated by injuries heading into the postseason, the Rams were able to coax Weddle out of retirement after he had previously hung up his cleats two years earlier. The 37-year-old officially signed with Los Angeles' practice squad Jan. 12 and was elevated to the roster ahead of each of the team's four playoff contests, finishing with 18 tackles across those contests. He was on the field for all 61 of the Rams' defensive snaps in the Super Bowl victory, despite suffering a torn pectoral muscle in the first quarter of the contest. Weddle will soon undergo surgery to address the injury, but his strong showing in the postseason hasn't reinvigorated a desire to keep playing during the 2022 campaign. The six-time Pro Bowler acknowledged after the game that making a brief comeback to capture his first Super Bowl ring was enough for him to walk away from the game without any regrets.
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  • Rams' Eric Weddle: Believed to have torn pec

    Weddle suffered an apparent torn pectoral in the first quarter of Super Bowl LVI against the Bengals on Sunday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Weddle briefly received medical attention during the first quarter of Sunday's matchup but was able to play through the injury for the remainder of the game. He finished with five tackles (four solo). The 37-year-old is expected to retire once again during the offseason after playing a sizable role in the Rams' championship run.
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  • Rams' Eric Weddle: Elevated ahead of Super Bowl

    Weddle was elevated to the Rams' active roster from their practice squad ahead of Super Bowl LVI against the Bengals on Sunday. Weddle led the Rams in tackles during the NFC Championship Game against the 49ers, and he's slated to wear the green dot on his helmet during the Super Bowl. Across his three appearances since joining the Rams ahead of the playoffs, the 37-year-old has logged 13 tackles (six solo).
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  • Rams' Eric Weddle: Elevated to active roster

    Weddle has been elevated to the Rams' active roster from their practice squad ahead of Sunday's NFC Championship Game against San Francisco. Weddle will join the active roster for a third consecutive week as the Rams attempt to secure a trip to the Super Bowl. He totaled four tackles (two solo) across his first two appearances of the postseason.
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  • Eric Weddle: Reverted to Rams practice squad

    Weddle reverted to the Rams practice squad Tuesday. Weddle was elevated from the practice squad for Monday's wild-card victory over the Cardinals, playing 19 snaps at free safety while splitting time with Terrell Burgess. The 37-year-old may be activated again for Sunday's divisional-round matchup with the Buccaneers if starter Taylor Rapp (concussion) remains inactive.
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  • Eric Weddle: Signs with Rams' practice squad

    The Rams signed Weddle to their practice squad Wednesday. Weddle hasn't made an appearance in the NFL since 2019, but he'll come out of retirement ahead of the playoffs after Jordan Fuller (ankle) was placed on injured reserve Wednesday. While he'll begin on the team's practice squad, it wouldn't be surprising to see him join the active roster ahead of Monday's wild-card matchup against the Cardinals. Both Weddle and Nick Scott could see snaps in Fuller's absence.
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  • Eric Weddle: Still fielding offers from teams

    Weddle, who retired from the NFL in February, has reportedly received contract offers from teams and would be willing to entertain a comeback in the right scenario, according to Mike Garafolo of NFL Network. While Earl Thomas remains the top safety on the open market, the 35-year-old Weddle may prove to be a more palatable and cost-effective veteran alternative for contending clubs looking for help on the back end of the defense. A six-time Pro Bowler, Weddle was a 16-game starter for the Rams in 2019, finishing with 108 tackles and four passes defensed.
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  • Rams' Eric Weddle: Piles up tackles in loss

    Weddle recorded 10 tackles (four solo) during Sunday's 20-7 loss to San Francisco. The veteran has now piled up 51 tackles (28 solo) through six contests, which makes him one of the more reliable defensive backs in IDP settings. With the Los Angeles offense in a bit of a funk, Weddle's fantasy value could also be trending up.
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  • Rams' Eric Weddle: Mixed signals on health

    Coach Sean McVay said Weddle is in concussion protocol, but Weddle tweeted that he's "good as gold," Cameron DaSilva of USA Today reports. McVay's word trumps Weddle's self-diagnosis, but this may be encouraging news for a quick recovery. Keep an eye on Weddle's practice status Wednesday as the team gets ready for Week 2's contest versus the Saints. If Weddle misses additional time, expect Marqui Christian to jump into a starting free safety role.
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  • Eric Weddle: Let go by Ravens

    The Ravens released Weddle on Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Weddle joins a crowded field at safety after a three-year run with Baltimore that resulted in Pro-Bowl appearances each season. The 34-year-old remains at the top of his game and should garner significant interest on the open market.
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  • Ravens' Eric Weddle: Hoping to be in Ravens' plans

    Weddle has stated a desire to return to the Ravens in 2019. Weddle totaled the third-fewest tackles of his career in 2018 (68) and failed to come up with an interception for just the second time in 12 seasons. While he explained he still has a desire to play, it's not certain that Baltimore will want to keep him around, given his $8.25 million cap hit in 2019. If the Ravens ultimately decide to part ways, it seems Weddle is prepared to announce his retirement.
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  • Ravens' Eric Weddle: Good to go versus Dolphins

    Weddle (ankle) is listed as active for Thursday's game against the Dolphins. Weddle presumably came out of Sunday's loss to the Vikings with an ankle injury, which ultimately drew him a questionable designation on the short week. However, the issue was never considered serious, and he should take on his usual role on the defense barring any setbacks.
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  • Ravens' Eric Weddle: Back at practice Thursday

    Weddle (illness) returned to practice Thursday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN reports. The reason for Weddle's absence from practice Wednesday wasn't revealed, but it looks like it was just a minor illness. Expect the safety to be a full go for Baltimore this weekend.
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  • Ravens' Eric Weddle: Strong showing against Patriots

    Weddle picked off his fourth pass of the season Monday and added a team-high 11 total tackles in the loss to the Patriots. Weddle made his presence felt once again Monday as he picked off his second pass in as many weeks. Moreover, he was strong in run support and racked up a season-high 11 tackles (six solo, five assisted), including one sack. According to Pro Football Focus, Weddle was Baltimore's highest graded defender in Monday's loss. He figures to be busy again Sunday when the Ravens face the Eagles' quick passing attack.
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  • Ravens' Eric Weddle: Unlisted on injury report

    Weddle (concussion) practiced in full on Wednesday. Weddle left the Ravens' Week 4 game with a concussion and has already progressed through concussion protocol. He should be set to play Sunday against the Redskins.
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  • Ravens' Eric Weddle: Listed as starting strong safety

    Weddle is listed as the starting strong safety for Baltimore's Week 1 matchup with Buffalo. Weddle and converted cornerback Lardarius Webb are locked in as the starting safeties, with the latter expected to man the free safety spot. While known as a free safety throughout most of this career, the 31-year-old Weddle shouldn't have much trouble transitioning in a Baltimore offense that often uses the two roles interchangeably. Webb may be a sneaky IDP option in certain formats, but Weddle is the clear favorite to lead Baltimore's secondary in tackles, and he also has a solid track record of forcing turnovers, with 19 interceptions, five forced fumbles and six recoveries in 137 career games (122 starts). Still, he's only a strong option in deeper formats, as he managed just 78 tackles over 13 games in his final season with San Diego. He does have 19 career interceptions in nine NFL seasons (137 games), but with just three of those coming in his past 45 games. The Ravens likely just hope he won't make too many mistakes, potentially solidifying a back end that's been vulnerable for years.
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  • Chargers' Eric Weddle: Suits up Monday

    Weddle (groin) is listed as active for Monday night's game against the Bears. The Chargers' starting free safety returns to action Monday, checking back into the team's lineup with 43 tackles in six games to date.
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  • Chargers' Eric Weddle: Questionable Monday

    Weddle (groin) is considered questionable for Monday's game against the Bears, Michael Gehlken of the Union-Tribune reports. Weddle was limited at practice Thursday and Friday, and he could end up being a true game-time call come Monday night. The 30-year-old has missed each of the Chargers' last two contests.
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  • Chargers' Eric Weddle: Hopes to play Monday

    Weddle (groin) hopes to play against the Bears Monday, Michael Gehlken of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Weddle wasn't able to play in the Chargers' previous two games, but he was able to practice Wednesday. Gehlken cautions that Weddle's availability in practice Wednesday shouldn't indicate his availability one way or another against the Bears, however it's clear the 30-year-old safety doesn't intend to rest easy this week with the Chargers slated for a bye following Monday's game. Weddle's official status will likely arrive sometime during the weekend, but his availability in practice Saturday will likely go a long way in determining his status against Chicago.
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  • Chargers' Eric Weddle: Limited Wednesday

    Weddle (groin) was limited in practice Wednesday. Weddle has been held out of the Chargers' last two games, and won't know his availability for Monday night's contest against the Bears until Saturday. Although a limited participant in practice Wednesday, he has yet to go full speed, and his will remain questionable throughout the week. Should Weddle miss more time, Darrell Stuckey is in line to get the start at safety in his place.
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