NFL Week 4 Injury Report

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We made it to Week 4! As we all get back into our weekly fantasy routines, let me help catch you up to speed on the Week 4 injury report.

Welcome to the NFL Week 4 Injury Report. The fantasy gods were relatively kind to us this year. After preseason last year, a number of high-profile starters, especially at RB, went down. Heading into Week 3, there are not a ton of exciting names to monitor. Most teams won’t release their first mandatory injury report until later this week, so my Week 4 Injury report is based on the information available.

Here’s a quick refresher on the terms the NFL uses for injuries before diving in. “Out” is pretty straightforward. It simply means the player has been ruled out for the next game. “Doubtful” means the player is not likely to play and, for fantasy purposes, usually means they won’t suit up.

“Questionable” is basically everything else besides healthy. It could really go either way in terms of likelihood to play and should be determined case by case. “Did not practice” means, well, he did not practice. Why? Unclear.

Check back later in the week for any updates to this article. 

(If there is nothing listed under a team, that means they had no significant injuries to report.)

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Steve Tomasin (@DynastySanta)

After being introduced to fantasy football in 1999 as a wee lad still in middle school, I was hooked. I then began commishing my own keeper league 2 years later as a sophomore in high school, which has been running since. I used a computer program that required me to manually input weekly stats and had to print out summary packets each week to deliver to league owners at the bowling alley. I loved it. Stats and numbers and the competitiveness of being "right" about players was just an incredible high that not many other activities or hobbies have ever provided me. Around 2005 we migrated to the CBS sports site. I found a new love then, writing about our league. Each year after the draft I would "grade" each owner's team. It became almost as anticipated as the draft itself. Also, most weeks I'd recap the league's games and criticize start/sits while boasting my own accolades as long as I won that week. Dynasty, IDP & Superflex are the next evolutions in my fantasy football journey. I'm a Philly suburbs guy, GO BIRDS. Follow me on Twitter @dynastysanta
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