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In an Instagram post containing a photo of a severely beaten woman, LeSean McCoy is accused of domestic violence, child abuse, and animal abuse.

The photo allegedly shows Delicia Cordon, McCoy's at least one-time girlfriend, with severe facial injuries. The post also alleges McCoy has beaten his dog and child in the past as well as used performance-enhancing drugs. McCoy quickly posted on Instagram himself, saying the allegations are "totally baseless" and claiming he has "not had any direct contact with any of the people involved in months." Yahoo's Charles Robinson reports the police are looking into the allegations. In a statement, the Bills said they "have spoken to LeSean" and "will continue to gather information."

Giants signed FB Elijhaa Penny.

Penny was on the Cardinals' practice squad. ESPN Giants reporter Jordan Raanan hints Penny will be taking FB Shane Smith's roster spot outright after Smith struggled against the Cowboys. Judging from how the Giants looked on Sunday night, switching fullbacks will be tantamount to re-arranging deck chairs on the Titanic.
Sep 18 - 3:35 PM

Vikings signed DT Tom Johnson to a one-year, $1 million contract.

Johnson can earn another $500,000 through incentives. The St. Paul Pioneer Press reports the Vikes are eyeing Johnson as their "top reserve" on the interior after he started 15 games a season ago. Johnson was released by the Seahawks over the weekend.
Sep 18 - 2:47 PM

Bills coach Sean McDermott and DC Leslie Frazier are expected to "collaborate" on the team's defensive calls going forward.

McDermott took over play-calling duties midway through Sunday's blowout loss to the Chargers. Speaking Monday, he tiptoed around whether the move would be permanent. "We're going to do whatever it takes to win," McDermott said. "Sometimes you're able to get into a flow. Sometimes somebody else, you feel like, can get into a flow. That was really where it came from." A "hot hand" approach at defensive coordinator is a new one. We would consider McDermott the team's primary defensive play-caller until further notice.
Sep 18 - 2:30 PM

Antonio Brown's agent insists his client does not want a trade and says his Monday absence was related to a "personal matter."

"I talked to the team about it," rep Drew Rosenhaus said. "His issue was unrelated to the tweet or his relationship with the team." We actually take Rosenhaus at face value that Brown does not want to be traded. His tweet was clearly just a frustrated player blowing off steam to a Twitter troll. As for Brown's Monday absence, the team has yet to say it was excused. We are not expecting any long-term consequences, but the sides' relationship is certainly looking a bit frosty right now.
Sep 18 - 1:29 PM

Browns coach Hue Jackson said Duke Johnson needs to get more touches moving forward.

Johnson has touched the ball just 11 times on offense through two games. Jackson said the running back is one of their best playmakers and needs to touch the ball more, but it is tough to trust that will happen. Johnson needs to be relegated to fantasy benches for the time being.
Sep 18 - 12:49 PM

Jarvis Landry (knee) was limited during Tuesday's practice.

Landry was also limited on Monday. It seems like the Browns are just taking it easy on Landry in a short week. It would be a surprise if he is not ready to face the Jets on Thursday night.
Sep 18 - 12:37 PM

Cardinals coach Steve Wilks expects Larry Fitzgerald (hamstring) to play Week 3 against the Bears.

The coach said he had to "help Larry help himself" by holding him out of the fourth quarter in Week 2, but it is unlikely Fitzgerald will allow himself to be sidelined this week. "We all know that it’s going to be tough to keep Larry off the field," Wilks said. "We’re going to do everything we can to make sure he is ready to go on Sunday with the treatment and the amount of reps he gets in practice." Sam Bradford's dreadful performance so far knocks Fitzgerald down a couple pegs, but his target share keeps him in the WR3 conversation.
Source: Cards Wire
Sep 18 - 11:24 AM

Speaking after the Week 2 loss to the Bears, coach Pete Carroll said Chris Carson didn't get any second-half touches because he was "gassed" from playing special teams.

Okay. Maybe don't play your best running back on special teams then. Anyway, Carroll added he wanted to see what rookie Rashaad Penny could do with a bigger workload. The answer to that question? Not much. Penny was even worse, rushing 10 times for 30 yards, while dropping a pass and catching none. Meanwhile, Carson averaged a respectable 4.0 YPC in the first half only to never see the ball again. The Seahawks are a mess, especially on offense.
Sep 18 - 12:50 AM

Tarik Cohen rushed four times for eight yards and caught a 17-yard pass on his lone target in the Bears' Week 2 win over the Seahawks.

Cohen exited late in the fourth quarter with an ankle injury. The severity is unknown. Cohen was talked up as a "Tyreek Hill" type player over the summer but has been anything but through two games, logging eight touches for 41 yards in Week 1 and the five for 25 yards in this one. He has no business being in fantasy lineups at the moment. Not until he shows to have a bigger role.
Sep 18 - 12:03 AM

Rashaad Penny rushed 10 times for 30 yards in the Seahawks' Week 2 loss to the Bears.

That rushing line led the team. Penny's 10 carries were four more than Chris Carson and the 30 yards were six more than Carson. Carson didn't touch the ball in the second half. As a receiver, Penny wasn't any better on two targets, dropping one and being the target on a game-clinching pick-six on the other. Penny has been dreadful through two games, rushing 17 times for 38 yards (2.24 YPC) behind an atrocious offensive line. This rushing game is a clear avoid heading into Week 3 at home against the Cowboys.
Sep 17 - 11:48 PM

Allen Robinson caught 10-of-14 targets for 83 yards in the Bears' 24-17, Week 2 win over the Seahawks.

Robinson has now led the Bears in receiving and targets in both games to open the season, averaging 10.5 targets per in that span. The yards haven't been great (61 in Week 1), and Robinson has yet to find the end zone. However, it's pretty obvious Robinson is Mitchell Trubisky's No. 1 option. Robinson will have a tough battle with Patrick Peterson on the road in Week 3.
Sep 17 - 11:35 PM




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