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52 minutes ago, RushHour said:

Starting with confidence

Let's all slow down just a bit. I mean don't get me wrong... I'm as desperate of any of you (AJB owner) and will almost surely be starting PCamp this weekend, but I want to add a bit of reservation to the enthusiasm in this thread so that we don't jinx him! 

5-60-0 + full health this Sunday. Anything more would be manna.

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1 hour ago, LawFitz said:

Let's all slow down just a bit. I mean don't get me wrong... I'm as desperate of any of you (AJB owner) and will almost surely be starting PCamp this weekend, but I want to add a bit of reservation to the enthusiasm in this thread so that we don't jinx him! 

5-60-0 + full health this Sunday. Anything more would be manna.

Well I didn't guarantee the confidence wouldn't be misplaced....

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Lets put it this, would you start him ahead of Hilton? Thats the dilemma I have in one dynasty league and am not ready to make that decision yet. Hilton still had more targets so not convinced that impressive week 1 was anything more than game script. 

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2 hours ago, kerpow said:

Lets put it this, would you start him ahead of Hilton? Thats the dilemma I have in one dynasty league and am not ready to make that decision yet. Hilton still had more targets so not convinced that impressive week 1 was anything more than game script. 

People are really already moving him ahead of Hilton after one game? I get it's better to be early than late, but this seems excessive. 

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People are equating him to the new Keenan Allen, given Rivers's history of who he throws to. Just like Taylor and Hines being called the new Gordon/Ekeler.  It's slightly lazy, but not without merit.

 

ETA - Taylor and Campbell owner, so...giddyup.

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Colts WR Parris Campbell was forced from Sunday's game against the Vikings with a left knee injury. 

Harrison Smith awkwardly arrived around Campbell's knee at the end of a sweep, and Campbell went down in immediate agony. He did not take any steps before being loaded onto the cart, where he was in obvious distress. Campbell's Sunday is obviously through. The questions is now his season. It's a bitter development for a talented young player whose career has been injury-crossed so far. 

Sep 20, 2020, 1:19 PM ET

 

 

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2 minutes ago, -jb- said:

Sorry folks. It’s my fault. 
 

Thomas

golladay

Brown

Campbell

Well, that was short lived.   Golladay hasn’t got on the field.   Parker can’t stay on the field.   Campbell is going to miss some time and may have to replaced.   Sorry in advance for the player that I add.  

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NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Parris Campbell avoided a torn ACL.

Campbell was carted off with in Sunday's win, but it sounds like he's avoided a major injury. The Colts will know more after he gets an MRI. Campbell is still likely looking at missing a few games.

SOURCE: NFL Network

Sep 20, 2020, 6:26 PM ET

 

 

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Colts WR Parris Campbell will be out "indefinitely" after injuring his PCL in the Colts' Week 2 win over the Vikings. 

As previously reported, Campbell avoided an ACL tear. The PCL damage will keep him out for a while though. Campbell has been limited to nine games and 24 receptions thanks for a never-ending string of injuries. He seemed prime to supplant T.Y. Hilton as the team's No. 2 wideout. Hilton saw five targets against the Vikings with Campbell out -- one of which was a lengthy touchdown drop. Look for Hilton to see more volume with Campbell out.

- Rotoworld

 

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1 minute ago, The Frankman said:

Colts WR Parris Campbell will be out "indefinitely" after injuring his PCL in the Colts' Week 2 win over the Vikings. 

As previously reported, Campbell avoided an ACL tear. The PCL damage will keep him out for a while though. Campbell has been limited to nine games and 24 receptions thanks for a never-ending string of injuries. He seemed prime to supplant T.Y. Hilton as the team's No. 2 wideout. Hilton saw five targets against the Vikings with Campbell out -- one of which was a lengthy touchdown drop. Look for Hilton to see more volume with Campbell out.

- Rotoworld

This actually is good news with the way things went yesterday around the league.

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According to a report from the Indianapolis Star, Campbell suffered an injury to his MCL (contradicting an earlier report from ESPN's Adam Schefter, which said the injury was to his PCL), and he is out indefinitely. Further reporting indicated that there is a "low percentage" chance that Campbell returns this season.

https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/colts-parris-campbell-out-indefinitely-after-being-carted-off-with-mcl-injury-in-week-2-per-report/

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Head coach Frank Reich said Monday that Campbell, who was placed on injured reserve today, isn't necessarily done for the season, but that any evaluations on his potential playing status would have to be made down the road. So for now, the Colts have to once again move on without the electric Campbell in their lineup, and Sirianni said it's not just going to come down to one player taking on his role.

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Colts coach Frank Reich said Parris Campbell (knee, IR) is not officially out for the season.

Even so, Campbell isn't expected to return until well after Indianapolis' Week 7 bye. Perhaps the team forces the issue and pushes for Campbell to return earlier since Michael Pittman (calf) is sidelined until Week 8. Fantasy players with thin benches can still feel comfortable dropping Campbell for other needs.

SOURCE: Kevin Bowen on Twitter

Sep 28, 2020, 4:53 PM ET

 

 

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Colts general manager Chris Ballard said Parris Campbell would be a "valuable member of the team" in 2021 and beyond. 

Campbell went to injured reserve after suffering a serious knee injury in Week 2 -- an injury Ballard called "bad luck." Campbell struggled through a hamstring injury, sports hernia, broken hand, and broken foot in his 2019 rookie year. The explosive wideout looked to be emerging as the team's slot receiver after leading the Colts in targets in their Week 1 loss to Jacksonville. Campbell, 23, is expected back to start the 2021 season and could become a core part of a passing attack led by Michael Pittman. T.Y. Hilton is widely expected to move on in free agency. 

SOURCE: George Bremer on Twitter 

Jan 14, 2021, 1:20 PM ET

 

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Colts WR Parris Campbell (knee) said he's 100 percent recovered. 

Campbell, who suffered a season-ending knee injury in Week 2 last season, has been cleared to practice. His Week 1 usage was encouraging: Operating as the Colts slot receiver, he saw nine targets, catching six balls for 71 yards. Campbell, 24 in July, will have had nearly a full year to recover by the start of the 2021 season. He's long been hampered by injuries. Campbell's rookie campaign was marred by four separate injuries, including a season-ending broken foot). He could be a cheap source of PPR points this season if Carson Wentz can find his form. Campbell has changed his jersey number to 1. Adjust your ranks. 

SOURCE: Stephen Holder on Twitter

May 19, 2021, 12:11 PM ET

 

 

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