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Eddy Pineiro CAR K
Panthers' Eddy Pineiro: Perfect in win3m ago
Pineiro made all three of his field-goal attempts as well as his only extra-point try in Sunday's 22-14 win over the Saints.
Pineiro converted from 45, 48 and 34 yards on his field goals, preserving his perfect record as a Panther. He now takes consecutive 10-point outings into Week 4's matchup versus the Cardinals.
Raleigh Webb BAL WR
Raleigh Webb: Returns to practice squad4m ago
Webb reverted to the Ravens' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log.
Webb was elevated to the active roster for the second straight week with James Proche (goin) inactive. The 24-year-old chipped in on special teams, but he failed to see any snaps on offense. Webb can be elevated to the active roster one more time before he'll he have to be signed to the 53-man roster to play on gameday.
Derrick Brown CAR DT
Panthers' Derrick Brown: Makes rare interception5m ago
Brown made two solo tackles and defended two passes, including an interception, in Sunday's 22-14 win over the Saints.
Brown picked off opposing quarterback Jameis Winston to begin the fourth quarter, marking the first interception of his three-year career. Through three games, he's already defended three passes to go with 11 tackles, but Brown is yet to make his first sack.
Justin Tucker BAL K
Ravens' Justin Tucker: Rare missed extra point Sunday7m ago
Tucker went 4-for-5 on extra-point attempts Sunday against the Patriots and converted a 56-yard field-goal attempt.
It was a surprise for Tucker to miss an extra point Sunday, though he did salvage his day from a fantasy perspective by hitting a 50-plus-yard field goal for the second week in a row. Tucker did not miss an extra point in 32 tries last season and hadn't missed one since Week 14 of 2020. Even with the rare miss Sunday, Tucker is tied for the league lead in extra points made and tied for second in the NFL in 50-yard field goals made. The Ravens host the Bills in Week 4.
Brandon Copeland BAL OLB
Brandon Copeland: Back to practice squad9m ago
Copeland reverted to the Ravens' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log.
Copeland ended up playing 41 percent of the defensive snaps in their 37-26 win over the Patriots, as Justin Houston (groin) left the game early. The 31-year-old recorded one tackle in the contest. With Houston's status for Week 4 up in the air and Jason Pierre-Paul's debut date unknown, Copeland could find himself elevated to the active roster once again for Sunday's matchup with the Bills.
Jaycee Horn CAR CB
Panthers' Jaycee Horn: Seals first victory9m ago
Horn made two tackles (one solo) and defended three passes, including an interception, in Sunday's 22-14 win over the Saints.
Horn picked off Jameis Winston with eight seconds left, clinching Carolina's first win of the season. The 2021 first-round pick also registered a quarterback hit, turning in an impressive overall performance.
Keegan Akin BAL RP
Orioles' Keegan Akin: Shipped to Triple-A1h ago
Akin was optioned to Triple-A Norfolk on Monday.
After giving up three earned runs over just a third of an inning Sunday, Akin will spend some time in the minors. He was in the middle of a career year -- recording a 3.40 ERA and 1.10 WHIP in 76.2 innings -- but he will be sent to Triple-A nonetheless. Logan Gillaspie will be promoted to replace Akin in the Orioles' bullpen.
Logan Gillaspie BAL RP
Orioles' Logan Gillaspie: Headed to majors1h ago
Gillaspie was recalled from Triple-A Norfolk on Monday.
Gillaspie's last major league stint came in mid-August when he threw 1.2 scoreless innings over two appearances. This season, he's been much more effective in Baltimore -- where he has a 0.00 ERA over 6.1 innings -- compared to on the road (11.25 ERA). Keegan Akin was optioned down to Norfolk in order to make room for Gillaspie.
Jesus Aguilar BAL DH
Orioles' Jesus Aguilar: Sits third straight1h ago
Aguilar isn't in the lineup for Monday's game in Boston.
Aguilar has made one start in the last six days, and it seems as if the Orioles are content with using multiple other players in the designated hitter spot. Anthony Santander will get the nod Monday, moving Austin Hays over to right field and giving Kyle Stowers a start in left field while batting eighth.
Ramon Urias BAL 3B
Orioles' Ramon Urias: Remains out Monday2h ago
Urias (neck) isn't in the lineup Monday against the Red Sox.
Urias has been in and out of the lineup with spasms in his neck area since he was scratched early from Friday's game against Houston. While he sits, Rougned Odor will start at second base and bat seventh.
Matt Carpenter NYY DH
Yankees' Matt Carpenter: Could return in a week2h ago
Manager Aaron Boone said he is hopeful Carpenter (foot) could return during their final series against Texas, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports.
Boone went on to say that the Yankees are "still a ways away from having an idea if that's going to be possible or not." Carpenter has been held out of action since the beginning of August with a fracture in his left foot. If he's unable to make it back for the end of the regular season, there is still a solid chance he can return to New York's lineup at some point during their playoff run.
Tyson Miller TEX RP
Rangers' Tyson Miller: Promotion imminent2h ago
Miller will be recalled to pitch Tuesday against the Mariners, Kennedi Landry of MLB.com reports.
Miller has thrown three innings in the majors this season, allowing six runs in the process. He will likely get a decent amount of work Tuesday behind Jesus Tinoco, who will serve as Texas' opener.
Ivica Zubac LAC C
Clippers' Ivica Zubac: Ready after rolling ankle2h ago
Zubac rolled his ankle during Eurobasket but says he will be ready for training camp and opening night, Farbod Esnaashari of SInow reports.
The 25-year-old center rolled his ankle while playing for Croatia during Eurobasket, however, Zubac appears ready to go for the 2022-23 season. More information about his opening day status should come to light as the regular season draws closer.
Killian Tillie MEM PF
Grizzlies' Killian Tillie: Limited entering training camp3h ago
Tillie (back) is still limited entering training camp, Damichael Cole of The Memphis Commercial Appeal reports.
Tillie appeared in just four contests post-All-Star break last season due to injuries and remains limited for the start of Memphis' training camp. The extent of the 24-year-old's injury remains unclear, but there'll likely be more clarity as the regular season approaches.
Kawhi Leonard LAC SF
Clippers' Kawhi Leonard: Will participate in training camp5h ago
Leonard (knee) said Monday that'll he'll participate in the team's first practice of training camp Tuesday, Andrew Greif of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Leonard missed all of the 2021-22 campaign due to ACL surgery last July, but he's recently been cleared for 5-on-5 work and appears ready for the start of the 2022-23 season. However, he did say that he'll be gradually building up from the first practice, so it's possible the superstar forward remains limited at the beginning of training camp.
Kendrick Nunn LAL SG
Lakers' Kendrick Nunn: Cleared for full contact5h ago
Nunn (knee) reiterated at Monday's media day that he's fully healthy heading into the 2022-23 season, Mike Trudell of Spectrum SportsNet reports. "It's been a long process," Nunn said. "But I think it's been going good, going great. The process has been slow. I feel real good going into the season."
Nunn missed all of last season while recovering from a bone bruise to his right knee, which took significantly longer than both he and the team anticipated. The hope is that he's able to hit the ground running and step in as a contributor right away, but given the long layoff, it's possible the Lakers bring him back up to speed gradually. Entering last season, the Lakers were counting on Nunn for production off the bench after he posted 14.6 points, 3.2 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 2.2 made threes per game for the Heat in 2020-21. HIs three-point shooting -- 38.1 percent in 2020-21 -- will be particularly valuable for a team that struggled to space the floor around LeBron James a year ago.
Zach LaVine CHI SG
Bulls' Zach LaVine: Ready for training camp5h ago
Bulls executive Arturas Karnisovas said Monday that Zach LaVine (knee) is ready for training camp, Mike McGraw of the Chicago Daily Herald reports.
LaVine underwent success arthroscopic surgery in May to address a knee issue that lingered for the majority of the 2021-22 campaign. However, he still posted 24.4 points, 4.6 rebounds and 4.5 assists across 34.7 minutes per game. The surgery didn't spot the All-Star wing from signing a five-year, $215 million contract this offseason. Now that he's healthy, LaVine will look to replicate, if not improve upon, his All-Star season from a year ago.
Lonnie Walker IV LAL SF
Lakers' Lonnie Walker: Dealing with ankle issue6h ago
Walker (ankle) will be non-contact during the Lakers' first training camp practice Tuesday, Dan Woike of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Walker joined the Lakers on a one-year, $6.5 million this offseason and finds himself among a plethora of backcourt options heading into the 2022-23 campaign. The extent of Walker's ankle injury remains unclear, but there'll likely be more clarity on the situation as the regular season draws closer.
Denis Malgin TOR RW
Maple Leafs' Denis Malgin: Coach impressed with play at camp3m ago
Malgin has impressed coach Sheldon Keefe early in training camp, reports TSN.ca.
Keefe likes Malgin's hunger and competitiveness away from the puck, especially in pursuit of the disc. The five-foot-nine forward is crafty with the puck once he has it -- he delivered 21 goals and 52 points in 48 games last season with Zurich in the Swiss League. Stronger two-way play is key to earning a spot on the lower lines in Toronto.
William Carrier LV LW
Golden Knights' William Carrier: Expected back soon5h ago
Carrier's "mid-body" injury is not expected to sideline him long term according to coach Bruce Cassidy, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports Monday.
Per Cassidy, the Knights will have the day off Wednesday which will allow the team to get a better idea of Carrier's status. At a minimum, Carrier figures to miss Monday's preseason matchup with the Kings. While the 27-year-old winger will likely fill a bottom-six role this season, he should still be in contention for power-play minutes.
Mark Stone LV RW
Golden Knights' Mark Stone: Ditches non-contact jersey5h ago
Stone (back) practiced in a regular sweater Monday, Jesse Granger of The Athletic reports.
Stone continues to work his way back from injury and seems poised to be ready to play Opening Night versus the Kings. Once cleared to play, Stone should slot into a top-six role in addition to linking up with the No. 1 power-play unit, setting Stone up to get back over the 60-point threshold for the seventh time in his NHL career.
Brock Boeser VAN RW
Canucks' Brock Boeser: Undergoes hand procedure6h ago
Boeser had hand surgery Monday that will sideline him for 3-4 weeks.
Boeser figures to miss the first two weeks of the season given his recovery timeline outlined by the team, if not longer. Despite missing some games, Boeser should still be capable of reaching the 40-point threshold for a fourth straight season and could even push for 50. As such, Boeser figures to offer top-half fantasy value once cleared to play.
Cody Ceci EDM D
Oilers' Cody Ceci: Returns to ice7h ago
Ceci (hamstring) joined the main training camp group Monday, Daniel Nugent-Bowman of The Athletic reports.
Ceci was expected to miss the first three days of training camp but is now back and healthy to get onto the ice with his teammates. After racking up 28 points in 78 games for the club last season, Ceci should be capable of offering solid mid-range fantasy value as a 25-30 point producer this year, though he likely won't feature with the man advantage.
MacKenzie Blackwood NJ G
Devils' Mackenzie Blackwood: Starting preseason contest7h ago
Blackwood will get the starting nod against the Canadiens on Monday, Sam Kasan of the Devils' official site reports.
Blackwood had previously been tapped to be the full-time starter for the Devils but with the 25-year-old unable to stay healthy -- he was limited to just 25 appearances last season -- the club went out and got Vitek Vanecek in the offseason. The duo will likely be one of the few true goalie battles around the league during training camp to see who can claim the starting gig for Opening Night.