Week 7 Fantasy Football Practice News & Notes for Wednesday

Oct 18, 2017
Week 7 Fantasy Football Practice News & Notes for Wednesday

Jaguars QB Blake Bortles (right wrist) practiced fully Wednesday. Bortles is a Sneaky Start in a great matchup against the Colts.


Vikings QB Sam Bradford (knee) did not practice Wednesday. Consider Bradford doubtful for Week 7. Case Keenum likely draws another start.


Bengals QB Andy Dalton (ankle) practiced fully Wednesday. Coming off of a bye, it’s a bit alarming that Dalton is still on the injury report, but he’s on track to play against Pittsburgh.


Browns QB Kevin Hogan (ribs) practiced fully Wednesday. DeShone Kizer has been named the Browns’ Week 7 starter.


Broncos QB Paxton Lynch (right shoulder) did not practice Wednesday.


Titans QB Marcus Mariota (hamstring) practiced fully Wednesday. The full practice indicates that Mariota was no worse for wear after Week 6. He should look more like himself in Week 7.


Panthers QB Cam Newton (right shoulder) took limited practice reps Wednesday. Newton is expected to play against Chicago.


Packers QB Aaron Rodgers (right collarbone) did not practice Wednesday. Rodgers will miss around eight weeks, so he’s likely out until Week 14. Brett Hundley should be a solid streaming option for owners scrambling for options at quarterback. The former 5th round pick is a dual threat and has a pretty good set of receivers to throw to.


Broncos QB Trevor Siemian (left shoulder) practiced fully Wednesday. It looks like Siemian will be able to play through the injury to his non-throwing shoulder.


Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston (right shoulder) took limited practice reps Wednesday. Winston has a sprain to his throwing shoulder, so he’s a dicey start in a tough matchup against the Bills.

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