Jeff Stotts is back to help navigate the upcoming season and make sense of injuries in extremely unusual circumstances, starting with how Aaron Judge is faring in New York.
Jeff Stotts checks in on Portland's frontcourt, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Victor Oladipo and many others.
Jeff Stotts checks in on the top injury news around the league in Week 21, including notes on Giannis Antetokounmpo, Malcolm Brogdon, Jimmy Butler and more.
Jeff Stotts writes on injuries to Ben Simmons, Joel Embiid, Jeremy Lamb, Stephen Curry and more.
RotoWire's Jeff Stotts writes on injuries to Ben Simmons, Kyrie Irving, Paul George, Luka Doncic and more.
Certified athletic trainer Jeff Stotts provides his expert analysis on several big names coming off injuries.
Jeff Stotts highlights the players most impacted by injuries this season, as well as the top injury news of the week.
RotoWire's Jeff Stotts writes on how long fantasy owners should expect to be without Kyrie Irving, Luka Doncic, Norman Powell, and other key players.
Jeff Stotts takes an in-depth look the key injuries to monitor around the league in Week 15.
Jeff Stotts takes an in-depth look at the injuries to monitor heading into Week 14 of the fantasy basketball season.
RotoWire's Jeff Stotts writes on the prognoses for Joel Embiid, Jrue Holiday, Derrick Favors, and more.
Jeff Stotts writes on injuries to Frank Kaminsky, Blake Griffin, Marvin Bagley and more.
RotoWire's Jeff Stotts takes a deep dive into what's keep Kyrie Irving, Marvin Bagley and other key players out of the lineup.
For those playing in fantasy championship games, Jeff Stotts warns injuries will drastically alter lineups across the league, including in Baltimore where both Lamar Jackson and Mark Ingram won’t play.
RotoWire's Jeff Stotts takes an in-depth look at what to expect as Stephen Curry, Zion Williamson, Kyrie Irving and other key players recover from injury.
Jeff Stotts offers injury news about some of the league’s most important players in time for fantasy teams with championship aspirations, including DJ Chark Jr., who’s eyeing a week 16 return.
With the fantasy playoffs in full swing, Jeff Stotts breaks down key injuries in this all-Turf Burn format, including Tampa Bay wide receiver Mike Evans, who’s out with a hamstring strain.
Vikings running back Delvin Cook left Monday night’s game with a shoulder and chest injury but downplayed the injury following the game.
Jeff Stotts analyzes the key injuries heading into Week 13 as the Eagles are dealing with a number of aliments, including hand injury to Carson Wentz.
Colts running back Marlon Mack will miss time after suffering a broken hand, but Jeff Stotts says Mack might not be sidelined for as long as some are speculating.
Jeff Stotts suggests fantasy owners invested in Lions QB Matthew Stafford seek a suitable replacement for the immediate future and consider more permanent options should he ultimately be shut down.
Jacoby Brissett has been diagnosed with a Grade 1 medial collateral ligament (MCL) sprain but could still play Sunday, however, don’t expect the same level of productivity.
Steelers starting running back James Conner came out of Monday night's win over the Dolphins with his right arm in a sling, and he’s not the only RB in Pittsburgh nursing an injury.
Although Patrick Mahomes will miss at least four weeks with a dislocated patella, it could have been much worse had he been diagnosed with a true knee dislocation, as Jeff Stotts explains.
The Cowboys star wide receiver Amari Cooper is sidelined with a quadriceps contusion, which may keep him a game-time decision for Sunday night’s game.
New York will go into Thursday night’s game with a number of notable injuries to important players, including to Sterling Shepard who’s been ruled out with a concussion.
Jeff Stotts analyzes the week's big injuries, including a positive report on Mitchell Trubisky, who could return in a few weeks.
Jeff Stotts breaks down star running back Saquon Barkley’s high ankle sprain, among this past week’s other significant football injuries.
Jeff Stotts thinks it’s possible Kris Bryant, who suffered an ankle injury over the weekend, might sit the remainder of the season depending on the Cubs’ success over the next few games.
Drew Brees tore the UCL in his right thumb and is expected to miss at least six weeks, but a possible IR designation could sideline him for eight weeks.