|QB||CLE||339 Pass Yds, 3 Pass TD, 1 Int, Rush Yds, Rush TD, Fum, 2PT, ...||23.56|
R. Rice RB - BAL
|NYG||107 Rush Yds, Rush TD, Fum, 51 Rec Yds, 1 Rec TD, 2PT, ...||27.80|
D. Martin RB - TB
|STL||62 Rush Yds, Rush TD, Fum, 57 Rec Yds, Rec TD, 2PT, ...||18.90|
R. Wayne WR - IND
|@KC||81 Rec Yds, 1 Rec TD, Fum, Rush Yds, Rush TD, 2PT, ...||19.10|
|WR||@DET||71 Rec Yds, 1 Rec TD, Fum, -7 Rush Yds, Rush TD, 2PT, ...||19.40|
|WR||@KC||34 Rec Yds, Rec TD, Fum, Rush Yds, Rush TD, 2PT, ...||5.40|
J. Graham TE - NO
|@DAL||88 Rec Yds, Rec TD, Fum, Rush Yds, Rush TD, 2PT, ...||15.80|
C. Johnson RB - TEN
|@GB||28 Rush Yds, Rush TD, Fum, 13 Rec Yds, Rec TD, 2PT, ...||6.10|
M. Bryant K - ATL
|@DET||4 PAT, PAT Miss, 0-19, 1 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50+, Miss 0-19, Miss 20-29, Miss 30-39, Miss 40-49, Miss 50+, ...||7.00|
|@DEN||34 Pts, Sck, 1 Int, Fum, TD, Ret TD, Saf, ...||1.00|
|BN||@TB||5 Rec Yds, Rec TD, 1 Fum, Rush Yds, Rush TD, 2PT, ...||0.50|
B. Wells RB - ARI
|CHI||3 Rush Yds, Rush TD, 1 Fum, Rec Yds, Rec TD, 2PT, ...||-1.70|
J. Dwyer RB - PIT
|CIN||39 Rush Yds, Rush TD, Fum, Rec Yds, Rec TD, 2PT, ...||3.90|
M. Leshoure RB - DET
|ATL||46 Rush Yds, 1 Rush TD, 1 Fum, 20 Rec Yds, Rec TD, 2PT, ...||13.60|
|BN||@SEA||244 Pass Yds, 1 Pass TD, 1 Int, 31 Rush Yds, Rush TD, Fum, 2PT, ...||14.86|
|MIN||23 Pts, 1 Sck, Int, 1 Fum, TD, Ret TD, Saf, ...||4.00|
D. Brees QB - NO
|@DAL||446 Pass Yds, 3 Pass TD, Int, -1 Rush Yds, Rush TD, Fum, 2PT, ...||29.74|
D. Williams RB - CAR
|OAK||19 Rush Yds, Rush TD, Fum, 29 Rec Yds, Rec TD, 2PT, ...||6.80|
S. Jackson RB - STL
|@TB||81 Rush Yds, 1 Rush TD, Fum, -4 Rec Yds, Rec TD, 2PT, ...||14.70|
N. Washington WR - TEN
|@GB||15 Rec Yds, Rec TD, Fum, Rush Yds, Rush TD, 2PT, ...||3.50|
S. Rice WR - SEA
|SF||14 Rec Yds, Rec TD, Fum, Rush Yds, Rush TD, 2PT, ...||2.40|
V. Cruz WR - NYG
|@BAL||21 Rec Yds, Rec TD, Fum, Rush Yds, Rush TD, 2PT, ...||5.10|
A. Fasano TE - MIA
|BUF||12 Rec Yds, Rec TD, Fum, Rush Yds, Rush TD, 2PT, ...||3.20|
J. Jones WR - BAL
|NYG||7 Rec Yds, Rec TD, Fum, Rush Yds, Rush TD, 2PT, ...||5.98|
C. Barth K - TB
|STL||1 PAT, PAT Miss, 0-19, 1 20-29, 30-39, 1 40-49, 50+, Miss 0-19, Miss 20-29, Miss 30-39, Miss 40-49, Miss 50+, ...||8.00|
|CIN||7 Pts, 6 Sck, 2 Int, 1 Fum, TD, Ret TD, Saf, ...||22.00|
R. Fitzpatrick QB - BUF
|@MIA||240 Pass Yds, 1 Pass TD, 1 Int, 18 Rush Yds, Rush TD, 1 Fum, 2PT, ...||11.40|
M. Lewis TE - JAC
|NE||27 Rec Yds, Rec TD, Fum, Rush Yds, Rush TD, 2PT, ...||6.70|
D. McCluster WR - KC
|IND||30 Rec Yds, Rec TD, Fum, 10 Rush Yds, Rush TD, 2PT, ...||7.00|
B. Gibson WR - STL
|@TB||33 Rec Yds, Rec TD, Fum, Rush Yds, Rush TD, 2PT, ...||5.30|
D. Hixon WR - NYG
|@BAL||36 Rec Yds, 1 Rec TD, Fum, Rush Yds, Rush TD, 2PT, ...||13.08|
D. Thomas RB - MIA
|BUF||Rush Yds, Rush TD, Fum, Rec Yds, Rec TD, 2PT, ...||0.00|
Latest Video Highlights
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Latest Player News
- Lance Kendricks TE-STLThursday, May 23 at 3:58pm
Kendricks will miss OTAs after having his right knee scoped in April, Howard Balzer of 590 KNS The Fan reports.
Analysis: Kendricks developed some swelling in the knee and opted for surgery to prevent the injury from worsening. He figures to be ready for training camp, but following the offseason signing of Jared Cook, he's no longer the frontrunner for the starting tight end job.by Rotowire.com
- Sean Weatherspoon LB-ATLThursday, May 23 at 3:31pm
Weatherspoon will not be available for the start of the Falcons' OTAs after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery in the offseason, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Analysis: The knee operation was just viewed as a clean-up procedure and should allow Weatherspoon to be a full participant for the team minicamp that begins June 18. Weatherspoon regressed from 113 to 95 total tackles last season, but that was mostly the result of his missing three games with the ankle issue.by Rotowire.com
- Pierre Garcon WR-WASThursday, May 23 at 3:28pm
Head coach Mike Shanahan expects Garcon to be ready for the beginning of training camp following offseason surgery to repair a partially torn labrum, ESPN.com reports. "I think Pierre, his rehab has been unbelievable," Shanahan said. "He feels very comfortable, and it's been a slow process. But he's in excellent shape, so I'll be surprised if he's not full speed, ready to go once we go to training camp."
Analysis: Garcon struggled with a foot injury throughout much of the 2012 season, but when he was healthy he looked like Robert Griffin's favorite and most talented target. The labrum injury didn't pop up until Washington's playoff loss to the Seahawks, and while the Redskins seem to think he will be fine, we'll keep monitoring Garcon's progress as the season approaches.by Rotowire.com
- Stephen Nicholas LB-ATLThursday, May 23 at 3:26pm
Nicholas will miss the Falcons' OTAs after undergoing sports hernia surgery in the offseason, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Analysis: Nicholas' procedure was considered minor and should allow him to return before the team's minicamp in June. The 30-year-old finished with 97 total tackles, two sacks, a forced fumble and an interception last season.by Rotowire.com
- Josh Wilson DB-WASThursday, May 23 at 3:21pm
Wilson has been sidelined for OTAs after undergoing surgery for a torn labrum in his shoulder about two months ago, the Washington Examiner reports.
Analysis: Despite his absence, Wilson is still expected to be ready by the time training camp rolls around. Though not a spectacular corner by any means, he's nonetheless slated to enter the season as a starter alongside DeAngelo Hall.by Rotowire.com
- Bobby Rainey RB-BALThursday, May 23 at 2:41pm
Rainey signed an exclusive-rights tender worth $480,000 with the Ravens, the Baltimore Sun reports.
Analysis: Rainey was on the team's active roster just three times last year as a rookie, but his season was cut short due to a knee injury, which landed him on IR in November. He appears unlikely to see significant playing time in 2013, barring an injury to Ray Rice or Bernard Pierce.by Rotowire.com
- Jonathan Stewart RB-CARThursday, May 23 at 1:33pm
Stewart (ankle) has been limited during the Panthers' OTAs, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Analysis: Stewart is coming off ankle surgery and thus is only able to stretch and ride a stationary bike during workouts. With the start of the season still months away, Stewart has plenty of time to regain his health, but expect him to split time in Carolina's backfield with DeAngelo Williams and Mike Tolbert again this season.by Rotowire.com
- Jon Beason LB-CARThursday, May 23 at 1:28pm
Beason (knee) has participated more than expected during the Panthers' OTAs this week, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Analysis: Beason is coming off consecutive injury-riddled seasons, but appears to be in good condition during offseason workouts. The former Pro-Bowler participated in individual workouts and wind sprints, displaying improved health. Beason will move to strongside linebacker this season and, with him healthy, the Panthers figure to boast an impressive group of tacklers.by Rotowire.com
- Scott Chandler TE-BUFThursday, May 23 at 12:57pm
Chandler, who tore his ACL in December last season and required surgery, was able to participate in individual work following OTA practice Thursday, BuffaloBills.com reports. Said Chandler: "The knee feels really good. I feel great. Running routes you could probably tell it's not 100 percent, but it's better than most so I feel good."
Analysis: Because this is a major injury with a long rehab process, Chandler's Week 1 status has been considered in question, but it looks like he's getting ahead of the curve. We'll know more come training camp, as the big tight end would like to be doing almost everything with the rest of his teammates when July rolls around.by Rotowire.com
- Darrelle Revis DB-NYJThursday, May 23 at 12:05pm
Revis (knee) has received clearance to make cuts and change directions, ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Revis' recovery from surgery to repair his torn ACL in his left knee has taken another step forward with this announcement on Wednesday. Revis is currently on track to take part in training camp in July and to play Week 1 against his old team, the Jets. A healthy Revis would do wonders for the Bucs' defense, as his presence would vastly improve their dead-last pass defense from 2012.by Rotowire.com