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Dave Kluge

Dave Kluge

NFL, NBA, MLB Correspondent

Bio

Dave Kluge was born and raised in Chicago, but now resides in Fort Collins, CO. He started playing fantasy sports in 1999 with his dad, who commissioned an over-the-phone football league with his friends. Dave won his first fantasy championship in 2004, a team anchored by Donovan McNabb, Shaun Alexander, Terrell Owens, and Tony Gonzalez. He prefers to weigh opportunity above skill when building his teams, aiming for consistent output over boom or bust talent.


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Kenny Golladay (hamstring) is active for Sunday photo
Kenny Golladay is active for Sunday's game against the Cardinals.
Jack Doyle (ankle/knee) is active for Sunday photo
Jack Doyle, who practiced on Friday and was hoping to play, will be active for Sunday's Week 3 game against the Jets.
Tyrod Taylor (lung) will be out for Week 4 photo
Tyrod Taylor who had his lung punctured prior to Week 2, has already been declared out for next week's game against the Buccaneers.
Josh Jacobs (hip) active for Sunday's game, could see reduced role photo
Josh Jacobs will play through a hip injury for Sunday's Week 3 matchup against the Patriots.
Bryce Love a healthy scratch again for Week 3 photo
Bryce Love is a healthy scratch for Week 3's game against the Browns and he has yet to make his NFL debut.
A.J. Brown (knee) out for Week 3 photo
A.J. Brown suffered a knee injury last week and will not play in his Week 3 matchup against Vikings.
Cole Beasley (hip/thumb) did not practice on Wednesday photo
Cole Beasley was on the injury report today with a hip and thumb injury and was unable to practice.
Zack Moss (toe) did not practice on Wednesday photo
Zack Moss popped up on the injury report Wednesday with a toe injury and was unable to practice.
Blake Bortles is signing with the Broncos  photo
Blake Bortles is signing a one-year deal with the Broncos and the deal should be finalized this week.
Malik Hooker is feared to have a torn Achilles photo
Malik Hooker was injured in Sunday's 28-11 win over the Vikings. The Colts fear that he has torn his Achilles, which would certainly be a season-ender. He will have an MRI on Monday to confirm.