Ravens WR Mike Wallace (concussion) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice. Barring a setback, he'll play against the Titans this weekend. Despite that plus matchup, Wallace is tough to like in fantasy lineups. He's been held to 6 or fewer PPR points in 5 of 7 games this season.
The Eagles have activated WR Mike Wallace from IR. Wallace has been out since Week 2 with a fibula fracture. He saw just 3 targets over the 1st 2 games, so it's tough to expect any impact from Wallace in Week 17. Philly would have no reason to activate him, though, without some plan for his use. Wallace's return adds a bit of a challenge to the target outlooks for Nelson Agholor and Golden Tate.
Eagles WR Mike Wallace fractured his fibula in Sunday's loss to the Bucs, HC Doug Pederson announced. Philly isn't placing Wallace on IR yet, but he figures to be out for a while. He's not worth stashing on fantasy rosters.
Eagles WR Mike Wallace was carted off the field in the 1st quarter of Sunday's game against the Bucs with an ankle injury. He's done for the day. That leaves Philly with WRs Nelson Agholor, Shelton Gibson, Kamar Aiken and DeAndre Carter. Not ideal.
The Eagles signed WR Mike Wallace to a 1-year deal Thursday, according to NFL Network. Wallace is an upgrade over Torrey Smith on the outside, opposite Alshon Jeffery. He should compete with 2nd-year WR Mack Hollins for that role. The biggest fantasy question, though, is available target volume. Smith averaged just 4.2 per game last season, topping 5 targets just 3 times in the regular season. Wallace is no more than a late-round flier for current best-ball drafting.
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