Bears CB Prince Amukamara (hamstring) is doubtful for Thursday night's game against the Cowboys.
Bears CB Prince Amukamara (hamstring) is active for today's game against the Vikings. He entered questionable but is available for IDP usage.
Giants CB Prince Amukamara returned to the practice field Monday after missing 5 games with a pectoral tear. "I feel like I'm ready to play four quarters of a football game," he said afterward, according to ESPN.com. "I feel 100 percent. I'm ready to go." The nature of the injury should mean that Amukamara was able to stay up on his conditioning while he was out, and he still carries a top-5 scoring average among fantasy DBs for the season -- depending on your format. The Sunday matchup with Washington presents significant upside and makes Amukamara an instant IDP starter upon his return.
Giants HC Tom Coughlin told reporters Thursday that CB Prince Amukamara will miss 2-4 weeks because of a pectoral injury. ESPN's Josina Anderson reported that the CB suffered a partial tear. We'll see how quickly he can recover, but losing Amukamara takes a potential DB starter away from IDP folks in fantasy this weekend and damages a Giants pass D that has already ranked among the league's worst. Good news for Eagles QB Sam Bradford and his fantasy owners.
ESPN's Dan Graziano reports that Giants CB Prince Amukamara looks iffy for Monday night's visit to Philadelphia because of the pectoral injury he suffered in the win over the Niners. Amukamara returned to that game after getting hurt and "didn't indicate any problems" afterward, according to Graziano. We'll see how his participation is this week. Amukamara will carry IDP-starter appeal if he's ready to go.
ESPN reports that Giants CB Prince Amukamara suffered a torn biceps in the loss to the Colts. That almost certainly ends the corner's season. His injury takes away a key fantasy DB and also the top cover man away from the Giants' secondary. The New York team D already carried little fantasy intrigue and just got even less attractive.
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