Week 16 Fantasy Waiver Wire: Priority adds for playoff rosters in need of repair
If you're playing in any sort of PPR format, it's well past time for someone to grab Amon-Ra St. Brown. St. Brown got the scoring started for Detroit in Sunday's stunning home win against Arizona St. Brown has seen at least 11 targets in each of the past three weeks and he's basically locked into heavy usage moving forward. D'Andre Swift hasn't played since November and T.J. Hockenson was placed on IR last week following thumb surgery. Fire up St. Brown against Atlanta in the semis, then again at Seattle in Championship Week.
Buccaneers receiver Chris Godwin underwent surgery Monday to repair the anterior cruciate ligament and medial collateral ligament in his right knee, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports.
Dr. James Andrews performed the surgery on Godwin’s knee in Florida and found no meniscus damage, according to Rapoport.
Godwin is scheduled to become a free agent in March and likely still will be rehabbing his knee when the 2022 season starts. He played this season under the one-year, $15.983 million franchise tag.
Godwin started all 14 games for the Bucs this season and made 98 receptions for 1,103 yards and five touchdowns. His 98 receptions marked a new career high and are the second-most in a single season in Buccaneers franchise history.
Knicks guard Derrick Rose out 2 months after undergoing ankle surgery
NFL Insider Ian Rapoport shares Los Angeles Chargers running back Austin Ekeler placed on reserve/COVID-19 list on Wednesday ahead of Sunday's game vs. Houston Texans.
The Buccaneers won’t have Godwin or Antonio Brown for the postseason as they attempt to repeat as Super Bowl champions.
Chris Godwin underwent surgery Monday to repair ACL, MCL originally appeared on Pro Football Talk
Kyrie Irving ‘rooted’ in COVID-19 vaccine decision even after Kevin Durant injury .
Irving insisted on Monday, after their 114-107 loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers, that he wasn’t going to budge. “I’ve made my decision already and I’m standing on it,” Irving said, via Nets Daily’s Matt Brooks. Irving, of course, is one of the last coronavirus vaccine holdouts in the NBA and is still not allowed to play in home games for the Nets due to a New York City mandate. Irving made his season debut with the Nets earlier this month after the team reversed course and allowed him to play part-time. Irving hasn’t given much of a specific answer as to why he won’t get vaccinated, other than claiming he wants to be a “voice for the voiceless.