Emmanuel Sanders
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#35 vs. NE Questionable: Ankle

After missing Week 11, Emmanuel Sanders returns to practice on Wednesday. Sanders has been battling a high ankle sprain but "Moved well in individual drills during practice's open period." (Source: The Denver Post)

Fantasy Impact: While Sanders' return to practice is encouraging for owners, it should not be taken as a guarantee he will play Sunday. Combining his health status and the QB situation in Denver, Sanders can be considered a risky play against a generous New England secondary. Owners should continue to monitor the situation throughout the week.

Category: Injury Updates

Emmanuel Sanders is dealing with a high-ankle sprain. The injury kept him sidelined Week 11, but he's hopeful that he'll be able to play against the Patriots this weekend. (Source: Denver Post)

Fantasy Impact: The Broncos have been cautious with Sanders, as high-ankle sprains can linger if not handled properly. Owners will need to monitor practice reports through the week, but Sanders could ultimately be another game-time decision Week 12.

Category: Injury Updates

Athlon Sports | Nov 22nd
Per usual, the wide receiver injury report is the longest out of the group. The quarterback/tight end injury report and the running back injury report don't have nearly the list of players as the wide receivers. Read the full story on Athlon Sports
RotoBaller | Nov 20th
Emmanuel Sanders is listed as questionable but is likely to start Sunday against the Chicago Bears. Head coach Gary Kubiak said he expects his wide receiver to be a “full go” despite dealing with an ankle and finger injury, according to The Denver Post. Peyton Manning won’t be starting at quarterback for the Broncos because... Read More
RotoBaller | Nov 17th
In Week 11 we really only saw Julian Edelman (foot) go down to serious injury, though the Peyton Manning (plantar fasciitis) news is pretty noteworthy, however if anything it just sets Manning owners free from the temptation of playing him. Sam Bradford hurt his shoulder and was concussed, though the latest reports have him just... Read More
Athlon Sports | Nov 15th
As has been the case for the majority of the season, there are plenty of injured wide receivers that fantasy owners must be aware of entering Week 10. Read the full story on Athlon Sports
RotoBaller | Nov 13th
It hasn’t been the best offense throughout the 17-year career of Peyton Manning, but the good news is that the banged-up quarterback should be out there on Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs while a banged-up Emmanuel Sanders will be out there catching passes despite an ankle injury. Sanders hasn’t practiced all week after hurting... Read More
Athlon Sports | Nov 5th
Some big-name and highly drafted fantasy wide receivers and tight ends came up with nice games in Week 8, while some others either floundered or continued to disappoint. How accurate was my advice along these lines? Good Calls:  Read the full story on Athlon Sports
RotoBaller | Nov 2nd
For nearly the entirety of the season, the narrative surrounding Peyton Manning has been that he’s simply too old to be considered a top-tier starting quarterback in the National Football League. While there’s undeniably shades of truth to such an extreme statement, with a receiving core that’s wholeheartedly committed to playing well each and every game,... Read More
Athlon Sports | Nov 1st
Although there are fewer injured players for fantasy owners to deal with in Week 8, banged-up wide receivers still lead the way position-wise. Read the full story on Athlon Sports
Yahoo! Sports | Oct 1st
 Okay, here are the Shuffle Up rules. We are talking rest-of-season value. Everything to this point is an audition. If you want leaders to this point, you’ll find them elsewhere. If you want Week 4 rankings, click over here.  Today, we do receivers, and only receivers. Next week, new position. Eventually I will start batching them in groups of two (probably backs with the tight end...