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2015 Fantasy Football: Updated NFL Injury Report & ADPs

Published on Sep 2, 2015

Pat Mayo and Dr. Victor Khabie (Chief, Department of Surgery; Northern Westchester Hospital) discuss the 2015 NFL injury report, specifically, the injuries which should scare Fantasy Football owners. Mayo gets Dr. Khabie to assess injuries to Michael Floyd, LeSean McCoy, Alshon Jeffery, Randall Cobb, Arian Foster, Travis Kelce, DeVante Parker, Tre Mason, Victor Cruz, C.J. Spiller and Johnny Manziel. Mayo closes with an update on more lingering injuries that may have you confused on draft day.

2015 Fantasy Football Updated injury report

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