12:04 PM EST, Sun November 23, 2014
Fantasy Sports News Updates
ESPN Fantasy Basketball 27 mins ago
Oft-injured guard Eric Gordon was forced out of Saturday night's game with a separated shoulder sustained when he collided with Utah Jazz guard Trey B...
FFToolbox.com 33 mins ago
Some underperforming, deeper flex or bench receivers who are poised for larger Fantasy Football roles in their respective offenses. This week's picks include John Brown, Taylor Gabriel, Andrew Hawkins, Justin Hunter, and Allen Hurns.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen confirmed Emmanuel Sanders (concussion) suffered no setbacks ahead of Sunday's game against the Dolphins.
Bucs declared Charles Sims active for Week 12 against the Bears.
The Ottawa Senators struggled in the face-off circle in their 3-2 loss to St. Louis on Saturday.
Jonas Gray is active for Week 12 against the Lions.
Jimmer Fredette played for the first time in four games on Saturday, going scoreless with one rebound, one assist and one steal in eight minutes.
Jarius Wright is active for Week 12 against the Packers.
ESPN's Adam Schefter said on Sunday NFL Countdown that Dan Boom Herron is a guy to watch today and moving forward in the Colts' backfield.
FFToolbox.com 1 hour ago
The best Fantasy Football players who should be monitored until the final minutes before setting your lineups. This week's picks include Reggie Bush, Arian Foster, Fred Jackson, Doug Martin, and Lamar Miller.
Hawks' coach Joel Quenneville was impressed with Phillip Danault in his NHL debut.
Despite the fact that Gio Bernard is starting on Sunday, the Cincinnati Enquirer's Paul Dehner is still seeing a 65:35 split in favor of Jeremy Hill against the Texans.
Sources tell ESPN's Chris Mortensen that Robert Griffin III will be on a short leash in Sunday's Week 12 game at San Francisco.
Colts declared TE Dwayne Allen, LCB Greg Toler, OG Lance Louis, OL Khaled Holmes, DT Kelcy Quarles, RT Gosder Cherilus, and DL Zach Kerr inactive for Week 12 against the Jaguars.
Patrick Kane scored a goal and added an assist in Chicago's 7-1 win over Edmonton on Saturday.