Steven Jackson
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By Paul Chan, Falcons Correspondent, Mon, Aug 25th 4:29pm EDT

Steven Jackson has returned to practice today after suffering a hamstring injury. (Source:

Fantasy Impact: With Steven Jackson returning to health, he could serve as a valuable RB2 or 3. Health is the big concern, but if you can snag Jackson in the later rounds of your fantasy draft as a RB3, he may prove to be a very valuable backup.

By Graham Barfield, Falcons Correspondent, Mon, Aug 25th 3:43pm EDT

After missing almost a month with an injured hamstring, Steven Jackson returned to practice today (8/25). (Source: Jay Adams - Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Steven Jackson is likely on track to start Week 1 and Falcons HC Mike Smith said previously Jackson "could" see some snaps in Atlanta's final preseason game against Jacksonville. The 31-year-old is going in the mid-7th round and, if he stays healthy, could be a nice value. But Jackson's upside is limited - there is no guarantee that he will play all 16 games and there is a decent chance he could be a part of a committee at some point during the season. He is FantasyPros' consensus ranked RB31.

By Graham Barfield, Falcons Correspondent, Mon, Aug 11th 10:31pm EDT

Steven Jackson (hamstring) performed agility drills on the side at Falcons practice on Monday. (Source: Vaughn McClure - ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: This is a good sign for Jackson, who is nursing an injured hamstring that he injured on July 28th. Jackson has not progressed in to full-blown sprinting exercises, yet. The current FantasyPros consensus rank for Steven Jackson is RB31. If the 31-year-old Jackson can manage to stay healthy, his mid-to-late-7th round ADP could offer decent value for fantasy owners looking to roster a potential low-end RB2/high-end RB3.

By Paul Chan, Falcons Correspondent, Fri, Aug 1st 2:53pm EDT

Steven Jackson injured his left hamstring during Monday's practice. Last season was a similar story when Jackson injured his right hamstring which resulted in Jackson missing several games (4). Head Coach Mike Smith believes that the injury to Jackson "isn't serious and that he should be ready to go Week 1". (Source:

Fantasy Impact: Jackson's injury will probably push the veteran running back down in many fantasy drafts while also daring teams to draft his associates: Jacquizz Rodgers and Devonta Freeman. If Jackson does take a fall in fantasy drafts he could be a steal, serving as a viable option week to week.

By Justin Dade, Falcons Correspondent, Wed, Jul 30th 2:47pm EDT

Jackson injured his hamstring in practice on Tuesday, and will miss training camp and likely the entire preseason. Jackson is currently on track to play week one. (Source: Jay Adams on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Though it's not the same hamstring that caused Jackson to miss four games last season, he is again dealing with a bum hamstring. If you draft Jackson, Devonta Freeman needs to be a top priority as a handcuff.

Sports Injury Alert | Aug 29th
Atlanta Falcons starting running back Steven Jackson returned to practice this week after missing the majority of the pre-season due to a hamstring injury. The news was first reported on twitter via Jay Adams, digital content manager for the Falcons. RB Steven Jackson has returned to practice today. #ATLvsJAX— Jay Adams (@FalconsJAdams) August 25, 2014 writer Vaughn McClure also t...
The Fantasy Fix | Aug 12th
Atlanta Falcons Steven Jackson has had a great career, but he’s a 31-year-old RB that has endured 2,998 touches over the past decade. He has already injured a hamstring in camp and is coming off his least productive season to date. Last year, Jackson rushed for only 543 yards on a career low 3.5 YPC. […]
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KFFL | Jun 30th
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