Where to start? Who should you seat? To help you define your fantasy football rosters and avoid starting a player who won’t be in the roster, we’ll be posting fantasy-relevant updates and analysis here as NFL teams release their rosters. official inactive, usually around 90 minutes before kick-off. All rankings quoted in this column come from our ESPN Fantasy Staff Ranks.
Inactive Sunday officials should start arriving around 90 minutes before scheduled kickoff times, including around 11:30 a.m. ET for early games and 3 p.m. ET for later games.
Update often for the latest information.
4 p.m. ET Games
Rondale MooreWR, ARI: Hamstrings — Out
Impact: Mainly AJ Greenand in a lesser extent Andy Isabelle and Greg Dortchwill get a slight increase in fantastic value.
Zach ErtzTHE, ARI: Calf — Asset
Impact: Although he can play, he will probably still be limited. Max Williams would get any overflow.
Allen LazardWR, GB: Ankle — Idle
Impact: Samy Watkins could be pressed into a big role. Beginner Romeo Doubs might surprise.
Donald Parham Jr.., TE, LAKE: Hamstrings — Idle
Impact: Gerald Everett and Joshua Palmer both benefit.
JJ WattDEAR ME: Calf — Idle
Trayvon MullenCB, ARI: Toe — Out
Byron Murphy Jr.., CB, ARI: Diseases — Asset
Drue TranquillLB, BAC: Return — Asset
JC JacksonCB, BAC: Ankle — Idle
Jonathan BullardFROM, MIN: Biceps — Asset
Azeez OjulariLB, NYG: Calf — Idle
Kayvon ThibodeauxLB, NYG: Knee — Idle
Sunday night game
chris godvinWR, TB: Knee — Questionable
Impact: He is now expected to play but could be handled with kid gloves given his injury history. This is a very risky fantasy option for week 1.
Russell GageWR, TB: Hamstrings — Questionable
Impact: Should play and run courses with mike evans and Jules Jones.
Michael GallupWR, DAL: Knee — Out
Impact: Noah Brown might have a bump. Jalen Tolbert is a potential healthy scratch.
Jayron KerseS, DAL: Neck — Questionable
1 p.m. ET Games
Drake LondonWR, ATL: Knee — Asset
Impact: London training on Saturday probably tipped the balance for the rookie, who will now play.
JK DobbinsRB, BAL: Knee — Idle
Impact: He wants to play, but the Ravens are cautious. They will probably go with a combination of Kenyan drake and Mike Davis in week 1.
Laviska Shenault Jr.., WR, CAR: Team Decision — Idle
Impact: Although he was acquired by trade two weeks ago, he is apparently not ready to compete with Shi Smith and Marshall Jr Terrace. for targets.
Velus Jones Jr.., WR, CHI: Hamstrings — Idle
Impact: The rookie will have to wait before challenging Darnell Mooney, Byron Pringle and Equanime Saint-Brown for targets.
Michael Woods IIWR, CLE: Diseases — Out
Impact: Here’s another rookie who will miss his Week 1 debut. David BellThe value of increases a little.
Ty MontgomeryRB, NE: Knee — Asset
Impact: Rhamander Stevenson is still the best flex game.
Jacob MeyerWR, NE: Knee — Asset
Impact: Meyers should still end up with better stats than Matthew Slater Where Kendrick Bourne.
Tre’Quan SmithWR, NO: Shoulder — Out
Impact: You are about to be introduced to Chris Olave.
Michael ThomasWR, NO: Hamstrings — Asset
Impact: He will play, but Jarvis Landry could get a huge fantasy boost if Thomas is unable to do a full 60.
Zach WilsonQB, NYJ: Knee — Out
Impact: Get ready for about four weeks of Joe Flacco.
George KittleTE, SF: Elder — Idle
Impact: It would have been very surprising to see the 49ers risk things here, especially with the incredibly heavy rain in Chicago. Tyler Kroft to intensify.
Logan ThomasTE WAS: Knee — Asset
Impact: Limited to training all week, but will give it a shot. For fantasy purposes, it’s probably best to wait until week 2.
Marcus PetersCB, BAL: Knee — Idle
Shaquille LeonardLB, IND: Return — Out
Folorunso FatukasiDT, JAX: Calf — Asset
Raekwon DavisDT, MIA: Knee — Asset
Paulson AdeboCB, NO: Ankle — Out
Tyrant MatthewS, NO: Diseases — Asset
dj reedBC, NYJ: Knee — Asset
chamber loopIS SILENT : Inch — Out