The Chiefs have activated CB Bashaud Breeland off the suspended list. He missed the season's 1st 4 games. We'll see whether Breeland jumps back into a full-time role, but the broken collarbone for rookie CB L'Jarius Sneed leaves room for him to do so when ready.
The Chiefs have placed rookie CB L'Jarius Sneed on IR after he suffered a broken collarbone in Monday night's win over the Ravens. HC Andy Reid didn't share an expected timeline for Sneed's recovery. The history of collarbone fractures gives him a chance to return late in the season. But you should feel safe to drop Sneed outside of dynasty leagues. He jumped onto the IDP radar with INTs in each of the 1st 2 weeks and should be in K.C.'s starting mix whenever he does return. CB Charvarius Ward checked in for Sneed after the rookie left Monday night. Look for Ward -- who is coming off surgery for a broken thumb -- to replace Sneed in the starting lineup going forward. The Chiefs will also get CB Bashaud Breeland back from suspension after Week 4.
Chiefs LB Anthony Hitchens put in full practices Tuesday and Wednesday, and the team left him off the final injury reports. He should be set to return Thursday night against the Broncos from the groin injury that cost him Week 6. That will push Ben Niemann back to a small role. He played just 13, 15 and 13 snaps the 3 games before Hitchens left early in Week 5. The Chiefs will miss CB Kendall Fuller (thumb) and DT Chris Jones (groin) against Denver, however. CB Bashaud Breeland is questionable for the game despite not having an injury. He did not travel with the team, but the Broncos have so far given no details on the corner's situation.
The Panthers on Tuesday agreed to a 3-year, $24 million deal with CB Bashaud Breeland, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. The former Washington corner will get $11 million guaranteed and take over a starting job on a Carolina D that traded away Daryl Worley. Breeland should continue to be a decent IDP contributor. The Washington secondary, meanwhile, will now move forward without 2 of its top 3 CBs from the past 2 seasons. (Kendall Fuller went to the Chiefs in the Alex Smith trade.)
Washington CB Bashaud Breeland (knee) is active for tonight's game against the Eagles.
Washington CB Bashaud Breeland (ankle) and OLB Trent Murphy (ankle) are active for today's game at Arizona. Both face upside matchups in IDP formats.
Washington CB Bashaud Breeland (ankle) is questionable for Sunday's game at Arizona. He was a limited participant Thursday and Friday after a full workout Wednesday. We'll check on his game status Sunday. OLB Trent Murphy (ankle) is also oddly listed as questionable. He didn't appear on Wednesday's injury report and then was marked a full participant Thursday and Friday. We'll confirm his status Sunday as well. Washington's defense carries sleeper potential against a Cardinals team that has proved to be a strong matchup for team-D scoring in fantasy.
Washington CB Bashaud Breeland is active for today's game against the Eagles. He had missed the past 2 games after suffering an ankle sprain early in Week 3 but is OK to return to IDP lineups.
Washington CB Bashaud Breeland is officially questionable for Sunday's game against the Eagles after missing the past 2 weeks with a sprained ankle. But he put in limited practices Wednesday and Thursday and then a full workout Friday. He also said he's confident he'll play Sunday, according to multiple reports. Breeland was delivering top-5 fantasy DB numbers before he got hurt.
Washington CB Bashaud Breeland has a "moderate" high ankle sprain, HC Jay Gruden told the Washington Post. Breeland will reportedly be evaluated on a week-to-week basis, which almost certainly means that he won't play Sunday against the Browns. Replacement Dashaun Phillips also suffered a hamstring injury in the game, so Washington could be down to starting rookie Kendall Fuller across from CB Josh Norman. Cleveland would figure to target the rookie plenty if that winds up being the case. We'll keep an eye on the situation this week.
Update: Breeland has officially been ruled out.
Washington S DeAngelo Hall suffered a torn right ACL in Sunday's win over the Giants. That will end his season -- and quite possibly the career of the DB, who will turn 33 in November. Fantasy owners should hope that this development turns into more playing time for safety/LB hybrid Su'a Cravens, though he doesn't quite fit the FS void that Hall leaves behind. Washington is also awaiting further word on CB Bashaud Breeland's status after he suffered an ankle injury Sunday.
Washington CB Bashaud Breeland left on a cart in the 1st half against the Giants after injuring his left ankle. We'll keep an eye out for further details. Breeland entered Week 3 as a top-5 fantasy DB. S DeAngelo Hall also left the game with a hamstring injury.
Washington has reached a deal with former Panthers CB Josh Norman. According to NFL Network's Albert Breer, it's a 5-year pact worth $75 million total, with $36.5 million fully guaranteed. The $15 million annual average will make Norman the league's highest-paid CB, while the guaranteed money falls about $2.5 million short of Darrelle Revis' most recent Jets contract. Assuming Norman continues to perform anywhere near his 2015 level, he'll go on hurting his own IDP value by not allowing enough completions to drive his tackle numbers. Norman's arrival should, however, help the IDP value of already useful CB Bashaud Breeland. He might also help buy a bit more time for a struggling Washington pass rush.
Washington CB Bashaud Breeland will play against the Giants today despite a hamstring issue that left him questionable. Use him as you normally would in your IDP league. ILB Keenan Robinson will sit out once again with his shoulder injury, leaving Will Compton to start in his place. Compton's an LB3 type for fantasy use.
Washington has deemed CB Bashaud Breeland (hamstring, illness) and ILB Keenan Robinson (shoulder) questionable for Sunday's game against the Giants. Breeland missed Friday's practice because of an illness. The Washington Times reports that the team hopes it'll just prove to be a 24-hour thing. If that's the case, he should be ready for Sunday's game. Breeland put in full workouts the 1st 2 days this week. Robinson has missed the past 2 games and is reportedly not optimistic about his chances of playing. If he sits, Will Compton would start again next to Perry Riley.
Washington has deemed CB Bashaud Breeland probable for Sunday's game against the Saints despite a hamstring issue. That makes him usable in a high-upside matchup for IDP owners. CB DeAngelo Hall is questionable with the toe injury that has kept him out since Week 3. ILB Keenan Robinson is questionable with a shoulder injury, 1 among a bevy of issues that have dogged him this season. Robinson's an OK IDP option but hasn't offered nearly as much value this year as last.
Washington will have ILB Keenan Robinson (rib), OLB Ryan Kerrigan (hand), CB Chris Culliver (knee) and Bashaud Breeland (hamstring) available for today's game at New England. All are active despite entering the day questionable. CB DeAngelo Hall remains out, however, with the toe injury he suffered back in Week 3 against the Giants.
Washington ILB Perry Riley (lower leg) is probable for Sunday's game at New England after putting in full practices all week. He has had a recurrent calf issue and not much production, though, so Riley doesn't make for a strong IDP candidate. Fellow ILB Keenan Robinson is questionable with a rib injury. He curiously missed Thursday's practice and put in only a limited Friday workout after practicing in full Wednesday. Don't bother with Robinson in your IDP lineup if you can help it. OLB Ryan Kerrigan is questionable with his repaired hand fracture after putting in limited practices all week. DC Joe Barry indicated via the team website that he believes Kerrigan will play. The team also lists CBs Bashaud Breeland (hamstring), Chris Culliver (knee) and DeAngelo Hall (toe) as questionable. Breeland put in limited practices the past 2 days after missing Wednesday. Culliver sat out Friday after practicing the previous 2 days on a limited basis coming out of the bye. Hall put in limited practices each day but hasn't played since suffering his toe injury back in Week 3 against the Giants. We'll check on all 3 corners Sunday morning.
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