NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports that the Packers expect to sign S Adrian Amos when free agency opens. Amos' fantasy points per game fell way off last season from a breakthrough 2017, but he has finished 2 straight campaigns among the top 8 safeties overall in Pro Football Focus grading. Amos will join a Green Bay secondary that didn't get much fantasy wise from safeties after trading away Ha Ha Clinton-Dix early last season. No Packers safety eclipsed 51 total tackles. Amos will clearly lock down 1 of the starting spots. Tramon Williams, Kentrell Brice, Josh Jones and Eddie Pleasant are current candidates for the other. Expect Amos to land in low-DB2 range when our IDP projections hit the site this summer.
Packers S Adrian Amos (hamstring) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Panthers. He missed practice Wednesday and Thursday before returning to a limited Friday workout. We'd try to not use Amos, who isn't a special IDP option when healthy.
Bears S Adrian Amos is inactive for today's game against the Lions. It'll mark his 3rd straight game down because of a hamstring injury.
Bears S Adrian Amos is questionable for Saturday's game against the Lions after missing the past 2 weeks with a hamstring injury. He managed limited practices Wednesday and Thursday. We'll keep an eye on further updates heading into the game. There would at least be some re-injury risk to Amos if active but also attractive tackle upside.
As expected, Bears S Adrian Amos (hamstring) is inactive for today's game against the 49ers. He entered the day doubtful after missing practice all week.
Bears S Adrian Amos is doubtful for Sunday's game against the Niners with a hamstring injury. Make other plans for your IDP lineup, if you haven't already. On the positive side, ILB Danny Trevathan finished the week not even listed on the injury report. He's ready to return after losing 3 games to a calf injury.
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