The Eagles have activated Dallas Geodert from the reserve/COVID-19 list.
This was expected after Goedert missed last Thursday night’s game, and he will return to be the clear top option at tight end with Zach Ertz now in Arizona. Perhaps more of a run focus for the Eagles will lead to increased play-action opportunities, but either way, Goedert is a clear TE1.
The Bengals activated Samaje Perine from the reserve/COVID-19 list.
Perine missed just one game while on the COVID list, and it’s good to hear that he’s doing all right and can rejoin his teammates ahead of the Week 7 matchup against the Ravens.
The Panthers are signing Ameer Abdullah.
Abdullah didn’t take long at all to find a new home after the Vikings released him. The Panthers have talked about wanting to run the ball a ton moving forward, and Abullah will join the squad as more reinforcement at running back with Christian McCaffrey (hamstring) out.
The Seahawks claimed Jacob Eason.
This is an interesting fit, as Eason played college football at Washington (after he transferred from Georgia). The former fourth-round pick of the Colts has a big arm and is in just his second NFL season. Eason will look to develop in Seattle.
Latavius Murray (ankle) is considered day-to-day.
This is good news after Murray injured his ankle in Week 6 against the Chargers. Baltimore has been utilizing a committee backfield, but Murray has been leading the group this season.
The Eagles opened the practice window for Tyree Jackson (back).
Jackson has been on injured reserve all season after he was injured during the preseason. But the former quarterback showed major flashes at tight end this summer, and Philadelphia has high hopes for him and has stated that he’ll get a big opportunity with Zach Ertz traded to Arizona. Jackson is someone to watch in dynasty leagues in particular.
Baker Mayfield (shoulder) will not start in Week 7.
With Mayfield clearly at less than 100% while dealing with a serious left shoulder injury, veteran Case Keenum is getting the start tomorrow night against the Broncos. The short week probably made it tough for Mayfield to be ready to go for Thursday Night Football, and hopefully the time off will help a little bit for when the Browns return to action to face the Steelers in Week 8.
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