WR - FA
Week 2 Outlook
ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting the New York Jets have agreed to terms with free-agent wide receiver Marquess Wilson.
Wilson, who spent the first four years of his career in Chicago, signed with the Jets Tuesday. The 24-year-old wideout could carve out a role on a Jets offense that is desperate for veteran leadership outside of Josh McCown, Matt Forte and Bilal Powell. If Wilson could remain healthy -- he's only appeared in 30 of a possible 64 career games -- he could enter the 2017 season as New York's WR3 but will hold minimal fantasy value, if any at all.
Marquess Wilson has been placed on injured reserve in order to activate Alshon Jeffrey.
Wilson was not having a great season, but his injury has landed him on IR with the Bears looking to activate Alshon Jeffrey. Wilson's fantasy season is now over and done with.
Marquess Wilson (groin/foot) will not appear against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, December 18.
It appears Wilson was either injured in last week's game against Detroit or picked up his foot injury and practice on Wednesday, as he put in limited reps that day but did not appear on either Thursday or Friday. Given the now-multiple nature of Wilson's limitations, it wouldn't be surprising to see him miss time beyond this weekend's contest.
Marquess Wilson (groin) took limited reps at Wednesday's practice.
Wilson's appearance at practice would imply that the groin injury that held him out of Week 14's game is improving, but it's not a guarantee, as he did put in two limited sessions last week. His availability for Chicago's game against the Packers is pretty much a tossup at this point, so any owners possibly relying on him should be mindful of his practice availability for the rest of the week.
Marquess Wilson (groin injury) is inactive for the Bears' Week 14 game against the Lions.
This is a loss to the Bears' passing game and a boon to the Detroit defense. Both Cameron Meredith and Josh Bellamy should see an uptick in targets with Wilson and Eddie Royal out.