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Sport Waiver wire targets after Week 3: A Vikings WR enjoys his breakout game

16:21  28 september  2020
16:21  28 september  2020 Source:   ftw.usatoday.com

Vikings plan to sign veteran safety George Iloka to practice squad

  Vikings plan to sign veteran safety George Iloka to practice squad Iloka offers years of NFL experience, including three seasons under Mike Zimmer‘s tutelage. Iloka hasn’t seen live action since his 2018 season with the Vikings. In that season, Iloka appeared in all 16 games while starting in three. He’s best known for his time with the Bengals, where he played for six years and served as a starter for five. During his run with the Bengals, the Boise State product registered nine interceptions and made 446 tackles.In other Vikings news, the club has restructured the contract of Eric Kendricks to free up millions in cap space.

Get set for Week 3 of the 2020 fantasy season with Marcas Grant's top 10 players to target on the waiver wire .

With Week 2 in the books it's never too early to turn our attention to the waiver wire . Check out my list of Top Waiver Wire Targets to add to help you win

The injuries slowed down in Week 3, though they didn’t stop completely. But now is actually the time to start think about players who are coming back from injuries. Naturally, there were a few players that are worth targeting that are coming off breakout games. There are also a few impact players who started the season on injured reserve, and are eligible to come off in Week 4.

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Who? Well, we’re getting there.

Now isn’t the time to get complacent with your lead — or even to give up on your losing roster. It’s time to get better through the waiver wire. We’ve got some options to upgrade every position.

Vikings sign longtime Broncos LB Todd Davis

  Vikings sign longtime Broncos LB Todd Davis The Vikings could use an experienced player like Davis, particularly in the wake of Anthony Barr‘s season-ending pectoral injury. Despite all of their defensive talent, the Vikings are 0-2 after opening the year with losses to the Packers and Colts. It won’t get any easier this week, as they take on the 2-0 Titans on Sunday afternoon. © Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports Longtime Broncos linebacker Todd Davis has landed with the Vikings. Subscribe to Yardbarker's Morning Bark, the most comprehensive newsletter in sports.

Alex Gelhar highlights the top players to target on waivers in Week 3 , including Jerick McKinnon Doug Martin left the game against the Cardinals with a slight hamstring tweak and was quickly ruled If Stewart misses next week's matchup against the Vikings , Whittaker could have flex appeal Marcas Grant breaks down his picks for players worth a look on the fantasy waiver wire following Week 2.

The waiver wire is one of the most important keys to finding success in the world of fantasy football. I'll do my best to help you manage it and find the Sims is a natural pass-catcher who has improved his between-the-tackles running. Doug Martin left the game against the Cardinals with a slight hamstring

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Vikings' Harrison Smith ejected for targeting call on Texas' Jordan Akins .
Harrison Smith was ejected from Sunday's game after delivering a helmet-to-helmet hit on Texans tight end Jordan Akins.Smith delivered the blow to Texans tight end Jordan Akins late in the second quarter. Akins held onto the ball for a 26-yard completion, but he left the game after the play and was subsequently ruled out for the remainder of the contest with a concussion.

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