Yahoo Fanalyst Liz Loza believes so. On the bright side, Paul Richardson and Coby Fleener continued to find the end zone and Darren Sproles returned to fantasy relevance. To review… all of these players are owned in less than sixty percent of Yahoo leagues (at time of writing) and/or are a significant value in our daily game.
Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase on Wednesday left the door ajar for Lawrence Timmons to return to the Dolphins but otherwise wanted nothing to do with anything relating to the topic of the linebacker who went AWOL from the team over the weekend. Gase and Timmons have spoken about the incident and the team suspended him indefinitely without pay on Tuesday. Gase said Timmons will not practice this week (obviously) and will not play against the New York Jets (obviously). Other than that, Gase deflected questions about Timmons. Asked why Timmons went AWOL Gase said, “Everything dealing with that we’re going to keep in house and handle it the way we feel we need to handle it. And, really, I don’t have
As the Jets cleaned house of their veterans this summer, not even Eric Decker could prepare for his imminent release. Decker, 30, who was in the middle of a five-year, $36.25 million contract upon his June release, called the decision a “bummer,” as he and his spouse of four years mulled their future. “I felt like we were getting to a routine and I’m feeling great, so I felt like practice has been going well,” Decker said. News leaked that the Jets were planning to release or trade Decker on June 6, and he was released nearly a week later.