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Fantasy News

  • Steelers' Levi Wallace: Full participant Wednesday

    Wallace (shoulder) was a full participant during Wednesday's practice. Wallace was sidelined for the Steelers' Week 8 loss to the Eagles due to a shoulder injury, but he's returned to full practices following the team's Week 9 bye. Barring a setback, Wallace figures to reclaim a prominent role in Pittsburgh's secondary, especially if Ahkello Witherspoon (hamstring) and William Jackson (back) are sidelined for Sunday's matchup against New Orleans.
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  • Steelers' Levi Wallace: Back for Week 7

    Wallace cleared concussion protocols Friday and will play Sunday versus the Dolphins, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Wallace will return to the field in Week 7 after missing the Steelers' Week 6 win over the Buccaneers while dealing with a concussion. The cornerback will step back into his prominent role in Pittsburgh's secondary. On the year, Wallace has produced 13 tackles while deflecting four passes and intercepting another over five contests.
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  • Steelers' Levi Wallace: Can't clear protocol

    Wallace (concussion) is out for Sunday's matchup against Tampa Bay, Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site reports. Wallace suffered a concussion in Pittsburgh's Week 5 loss to the Bills. He was able to log two limited practices to close the week but was unable to pass through all the steps of the NFL's concussion protocol. His absence will leave the Steelers' secondary shorthanded, as Cameron Sutton (hamstring) and Minkah Fitzpatrick (knee) have also been ruled out.
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  • Steelers' Levi Wallace: Exits game

    Wallace was taken to locker room Sunday and is in concussion protocol, Burt Lauten reports. Wallace has yet to be diagnosed with a concussion, so his return is questionable. He had recorded three tackles and an interception before having to leave the game. With Cameron Sutton (hamstring) already ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game, the Steelers secondary depth is getting thin.
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  • Steelers' Levi Wallace: Questionable to return

    Wallace (ankle) is questionable to return Sunday against the Bengals, Ben Baby of reports. Wallace was injured on a two-point conversion attempt and had to be helped off the field. In his absence, Arthur Maulet and James Pierre may see extra opportunities.
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  • Bills' Levi Wallace: Still in a battle

    Wallace has reportedly had a strong camp but is still in a battle with Dane Jackson for the starting cornerback job opposite Tre'Davious White, Maddy Glab of the Bills' official site reports. "We still have more views that we need and I think this game against Chicago will help us with that," defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier said Monday. "Levi has had a terrific camp, Dane has done some good things as well, but we need to continue this process." Wallace is the incumbent, so the thought here is he'll get the job unless he gets highly outplayed by Jackson over the next two weeks. Failing that slight surprise, Wallace will enter the season as the starter and should serve as a decent candidate for meaningful IDP stats considering teams target White so infrequently. Of course, the fact that it's still a tight battle this late in camp suggests Wallace would also be on a short leash should he win the job.
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  • Levi Wallace: Another run with Buffalo

    Wallace re-signed Tuesday with Buffalo on a one-year deal, Maddy Glab of the Bills' official site reports. Wallace has carved out a nice career with the team considering his undrafted free-agent status out of Alabama in 2017. While he's not a locked-in starter, Wallace has started more games at corner for the team than anyone outside of Tre'Davious White over the past three seasons. He'll get his fair shot to compete for a starting role once again in 2021.
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  • Bills' Levi Wallace: Officially activated

    Wallace, out since Week 4 with an ankle injury, was officially activated from injured reserve Saturday, the Bills' official site reports. This was expected leading up to the Week 8 game against the Patriots. With Josh Norman out, Wallace should resume his starting cornerback duties opposite Tre'Davious White, though we'll see if Wallace is ready for a full workload after so much missed time.
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  • Bills' Levi Wallace: Placed on IR

    The Bills placed Wallace (ankle) on injured reserve Wednesday. Wallace was forced out of Sunday's win over the Raiders due to an ankle injury, and he'll now be forced to miss at least three contests while working to recover. Josh Norman, who made his own return to the lineup Sunday, looks set to start across from Tre'Davious White (back) as long as Wallace is sidelined.
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  • Bills' Levi Wallace: Misses Wednesday's opening practice

    Wallace, who left Sunday's win over the Raiders with an ankle injury, is not practicing Wednesday, Maddy Glab of the Bills' official site reports. The fact that Josh Norman is back from his own hamstring injury and made some big plays in Wallace's absence Sunday softens the blow if the latter has to miss some time. Coach Sean McDermott called his starting cornerback "week-to-week" at Monday's press conference.
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  • Bills' Levi Wallace: Considered week-to-week

    Coach Sean McDermott said Monday that Wallace (ankle) is week-to-week, Maddy Glab of the Bills' official site reports. The Bills relayed earlier Monday that Wallace's sprained ankle shouldn't keep him out long term, but the week-to-week tag has him trending in the wrong direction ahead of Week 5's matchup against the Titans, which is followed up by a Thursday night game against the Chiefs. Josh Norman is expected to take first-team reps opposite Tre'Davious White if Wallace can't suit up this week.
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  • Bills' Levi Wallace: Not dealing with serious injury

    Wallace suffered a sprained ankle during Sunday's win over the Raiders, Jeremy Fowler of reports. The Bills don't believe Wallace has a long-term injury, but it's possible he still misses some time. He'll be monitored during the week leading up to the Week 5 matchup against the Titans, and if he's unable to go, Josh Norman is expected to start at cornerback opposite Tre'Davious White.
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  • Bills' Levi Wallace: Leads team in stops

    Wallace posted a team-high 10 tackles to go with one pass defensed in Sunday's win over the Dolphins. A high tackle total is not going to be an uncommon thing for Wallace this season, as certain teams will do anything they can to stay away from stud corner Tre'Davious White. That was the case Sunday, when Miami quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick was often looking at whomever Wallace was covering. Wallace can hold his own, but, plain and simple, he's no White, and this is the smart thing for opponents to try against a staunch Buffalo defense. With teammate Josh Norman on IR, Wallace -- who saw 87 percent of the defensive snaps Sunday -- is a decent IDP target for those leagues that make you use cornerbacks.
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  • Bills' Levi Wallace: Re-ups with Buffalo

    Wallace (shoulder) has re-signed with the Bills, ESPN's Field Yates reports. After breaking onto the scene as an undrafted rookie in 2018 and ultimately earning a starting spot, Wallace started opposite stud corner Tre'Davious White in 2019, though he yielded some time to Kevin Johnson as the season wore on. Wallace missed the playoff loss to Houston due to an ankle injury and had offseason shoulder surgery in January, with the injuries perhaps explaining why he struggled at times during the regular season. It'll be interesting to see how firm of a hold he has on the starting job with Josh Norman being brought in this week on a somewhat pricey one-year free-agent deal.
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  • Bills' Levi Wallace: Receives inactive designation

    Wallace (ankle) will not play in Saturday's wild-card showdown against the Titans. After practicing in limited fashion all week, Wallace was unable get the green light. In his absence, look for Kevin Johnson to fill in at cornerback.
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  • Bills' Levi Wallace: Shaky status for wild-card game

    Wallace (ankle) practiced on a limited basis for the second straight day Thursday and is listed as questionable for Saturday's playoff game in Houston. Wallace looked like he suffered a nasty injury on an interception in the Bills' meaningless Week 17 finale, but he's upgraded his participation after missing Tuesday's opening practice completely. He'll start if he can go in the weekend's first playoff matchup, while Kevin Johnson -- a former Texan -- will take on most of Wallace's duties if he's unable to suit up.
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  • Bills' Levi Wallace: Carted off Sunday

    Wallace (ankle) is doubtful to return to Sunday's game against the Jets. Wallace was carted off the field with a non-contact injury, signaling the severity of issue. It's likely that Wallace won't return to the contest. As long as he's sidelined, look for Kevin Johnson to be first in line to receive an uptick in snaps.
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  • Bills' Levi Wallace: Questionable for Week 9

    Wallace (shoulder) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Redskins. Wallace logged a trio of limited practice sessions this week. The 24-year-old cornerback appears to have a fair shot of suiting up against Washington on Sunday, though he can't be considered a lock to take the field. Prior to picking up his shoulder injury Week 8, Wallace had played at least 95 percent of snaps on defense in six straight contests.
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  • Bills' Levi Wallace: Limited again

    Wallace (shoulder) was limited for the second straight practice Thursday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. Given that the young corner has been able to practice to some degree for two straight days, he's probably looking decent for Sunday's game against Washington, though if he's limited again Friday he'll probably head into the game with a questionable tag.
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  • Bills' Levi Wallace: Leaves Sunday's game early

    Wallace suffered an undisclosed injury during Sunday's loss to the Eagles, Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News reports. The injury limited Wallace to just 62 percent of the defensive snaps, as he usually plays just about all of them. While veteran Kevin Johnson is only a slight downgrade, it wasn't the pass defense that cost the Bills the game, as the team was gashed for 218 yards on the ground. Wallace had four tackles and a pass defensed before departing.
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