WR - Miami Dolphins
River Cracraft (shoulder) practiced in a limited capacity this week and is officially questionable to play Sunday versus the Chiefs.
Cracraft is currently on IR, so the team would need to activate him before he can even be eligible to play Sunday. The 29-year-old mustered six catches and one touchdown from Weeks 1 through 3 but isn't a viable fantasy option at the moment.
Miami Dolphins WR River Cracraft (shoulder), who was ruled out for Week 4, is being placed on the team's injured reserve.
Cracraft was a solid depth WR for the Dolphins' strong passing attack in the first two games of the season. He caught five passes for 74 yards and a TD in two games but got injured in Week 3. He will miss some time, but Miami gets WR Jaylen Waddle back Week 4, removing the need for as much depth.
River Cracraft has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Bills.
Cracraft picked up the injury last Sunday and was expected to miss some time, so this piece of news comes as no surprise. The Dolphins are getting Jaylen Waddle back in a crucial divisional matchup against the Bills.
Dolphins' WR River Cracraft, who injured his shoulder during the team's Week 3 thrashing of the Broncos, is expected to miss some time but return in "the near future," per Mike McDaniel.
With Jaylen Waddle (concussion) sidelined in Week 3, Cracraft filled a more prominent role but only managed to parlay the opportunity into a single reception. Cracraft is in jeopardy of missing time due to a shoulder injury. With Waddle expected to return in Week 4, perhaps Braxton Berrios will see a slight usage increase in Cracraft's absence.
River Cracraft caught 1-of-1 targets for 13 yards in Miami’s 70-20 win over the Broncos.
Cracraft was not able to finish the game as he was removed from the game in the second quarter with a shoulder injury. Cracraft will look to return to full health in time for a Week 4 matchup with Buffalo.