Jamison Crowder (groin) is officially questionable for Week 2.
Keelan Cole (knee) is also questionable ahead of a matchup against the Patriots, and both are shaping up to be game-time calls. The Jets play in the early window on Sunday, so the status of both receivers will be known by 11:30 ET that morning.
Marquise Brown (ankle) is officially questionable for Week 2.
If we had to guess, we’d say Brown will be ready to play in a big game against the Chiefs. But with the Ravens playing on Sunday night, you’ll need to be sure you have a backup option if you plan on using Brown in your Week 2 fantasy lineup.
Josh Jacobs (toe/ankle) is out for Week 2.
Jacobs hadn’t been practicing this week, but this is a pretty big surprise after he finished out Week 1 despite being banged up. So early in the year, the Raiders are seemingly resting Jacobs to ensure things don’t worsen too quickly in a 17-game season. Kenyan Drake will now lead the Las Vegas backfield against Pittsburgh this Sunday and should be a high-floor play in Week 2 fantasy lineups. Hopefully this is just a one-week absence for Jacobs, but we’ll see.
Will Fuller will not play in Week 2.
Fuller has been out of practice due to a personal issue, and Dolphins head coach Brian Flores now says that he will not play against the Bills on Sunday. So, coming off the completion of his six-game suspension which ended after Week 1, the Dolphins debut for Fuller will have to wait. Hopefully everything is OK with Fuller and his family.
The Jaguars released Duke Johnson from the practice squad.
There was some hope that Johnson could emerge as a passing down back for Jacksonville, but the veteran runner will now become a free agent again. Johnson is off the fantasy radar in most leagues at the moment.
Jamison Crowder has been activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list.
Crowder should make his season debut this weekend against the Patriots, but it will be interesting to see how the snaps are divided at wide receiver. We would guess rookie Elijah Moore might start alongside Corey Davis on the outside with Crowder in his usual slot role, and Denzel Mims is hoping for expanded snaps after impressing with a 40-yard reception in limited playing time last week.
The Ravens are signing Devonta Freeman to the active roster.
Freeman is heading to the 53-man roster with Le’Veon Bell notably still on the practice squad, and now Ty’Son Williams and Latavius Murray will have company in the backfield. We would expect Freeman to handle a few touches (perhaps similar to the role Trenton Cannon had), but he should settle in as the clear No. 3 option, and Bell should eventually be on the active roster as well.
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