9/18 Player Updates

By Mike Cannici

Giants WR Hakeem Nicks and DE Osi Umenyiora have both made the flight to Indy and although listed as questionable are expected to play. Nicks is a must play in what should be a shootout between the Manning brothers.  SOURCE: Ralph Vacchiano on Twitter

Cowboys LB/DE DeMarcus Ware is expected to play after leaving last Sunday nights game with a neck injury. Get him in your lineups in IDP leagues.

Rams RB Steven Jackson practiced fully both Thursday and Friday and is fully expected to play Sunday against Oakland and is an obvious start @ Oakland.

Vikings WR Percy Harvin (hip) is fully expected to play and have a big role Sunday at home against Miami. SOURCE: Steve Wyche NFL Network

Oakland RB Michael Bush is not expected to play (thumb) in Sunday’s game against the Rams. He was extremely limited in practice Thursday and Friday and McFadden is a solid RB2/Flex play at home against St. Louis. SOURCE: Vittorio Tafur on Twitter

Darrelle Revis, Jets CB is expected to play Sunday against division rival New England. He was limited in practice the last few days with a hamstring injury, but should be a go and be lined across from Randy Moss most of the game. SOURCE: Manish Mehta on Twitter

Bronco WR Eddie Royal is listed as probable for Sunday with a thigh injury. He has a solid matchup, especially being the slot receiver and should put up solid numbers again, especially in PPR leagues.

Cardinals RB Beanie Wells was extremely limited in practice Friday and is considered a game time decision. If you have other options, use them as it is very unlikely Wells will play. SOURCE: Darren Urban on Twitter

News will continuously be updated on the site as we are dedicated to bringing you guys the best possible information.

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