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vs 18 17
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Fantasy News

  • Lions' Jason Cabinda: Deemed out Week 16

    Cabinda (illness) will be sidelined for Saturday's game against the Panthers. Cabinda did not practice at all during Week 16 prep while dealing with an illness, though the nature of this ailment is still unknown. The fullback has recorded one carry over the Lions' past six games, though his absence will leave the team without its primary run blocker against Carolina. In his absence, either tight ends Shane Zylstra or James Mitchell will likely take on a bigger blocking role out of the backfield. Cabinda's next chance to play will come against the Bears on Sunday, Jan. 1.
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  • Lions' Jason Cabinda: Will be available against Jets

    Cabinda (ankle) is active for Sunday's game at the Jets, Rich Cimini of ESPN reports. After being limited at practice all week with an ankle injury, Cabinda appears poised to play in Week 15. He hasn't drawn a target since Week 11 and has only gotten one touch since then.
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  • Lions' Jason Cabinda: Listed as questionable for Sunday

    Cabinda (ankle) is questionable for Sunday's matchup against the Jets, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports. Cabinda didn't practice Thursday and was limited Wednesday and Friday due to an ankle injury. The fullback missed the Lions' first nine games of the season while on the reserve/PUP list with an ankle issue, but it's unclear if the two issues are related. Regardless, Cabinda has rushed just once for four yards and failed to haul in either of his two targets across five appearances this season, so his potential absence wouldn't have any fantasy implications.
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  • Lions' Jason Cabinda: Returning from PUP list

    Detroit activated Cabinda (ankle) from its reserve/PUP list Saturday ahead of Sunday's game at Chicago. Cabinda is set to potentially make his 2022 debut Sunday after being placed on the reserve/PUP list back in August. He could be in line to see significant work right away against a porous Bears run defense.
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  • Lions' Jason Cabinda: Back at practice

    Cabinda (ankle) practiced for the first time this season Wednesday, Justin Rogers of The Detroit News reports. Cabinda remains on the PUP list, but it's certainly a positive sign that he's back on the practice field. The fullback underwent offseason arthroscopic surgery and is expected to be ready for training camp, but a procedure complication has forced him to miss significant time. According to Rogers, Cabinda could be ready to appear in a game by Nov. 24 against Buffalo.
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  • Lions' Jason Cabinda: Iffy for Week 1

    Cabinda (ankle) may not be ready for the start of the regular season, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. Cabinda has not practiced this summer due to an ankle injury. He will be required to miss the first four games of the regular season if he remains on the PUP list when Week 1 rolls around.
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  • Lions' Jason Cabinda: Hits PUP list

    Cabinda (undisclosed) was added to the Lions' active/physically unable to perform list Wednesday, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. Cabinda is eligible to return and play at any point this preseason, though it's unclear how long his stay on the PUP list may last. The fullback collected seven total touches for 39 yards and one score in 2021, and he figures to continue contributing both on offense and special teams this coming season.
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  • Lions' Jason Cabinda: Out for Week 17

    Cabinda (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Seahawks. Cabinda will miss Sunday's matchup with Seattle after suffering the knee injury last week against the Falcons. The Lions will be without a fullback for Week 17.
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  • Lions' Jason Cabinda: Suffers knee injury Sunday

    Cabinda (knee) is questionable to return to Sunday's contest against the Falcons, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. Cabinda suffered the injury after catching a two-yard pass from Tim Boyle. If he's unable to return, the Lions won't have a healthy fullback on their active roster, so they may opt to run more two-man sets with Brock Wright and Shane Zylstra.
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  • Lions' Jason Cabinda: Signs tender

    Cabinda signed his exclusive rights tender Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. The 25-year-old fullback played all 16 games for the Lions last season. He averaged fewer than 10 offensive snaps per game, but he finished third on the team with seven special-teams tackles. Cabinda will likely handle a similar role in 2021.
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  • Lions' Jason Cabinda: Three touches in 2020

    Cabinda carried once for no yards and caught two of three targets for eight yards over 16 games in 2020. After filling in for Nick Bawden (undisclosed) down the stretch of the 2019 campaign, Cabinda again assumed the Lions' fullback duties in 2020 once Bawden suffered another season-ending injury in training camp last summer. Cabinda not only made it through 16 games but he seemed to fare well in that role despite not getting many touches. Given his status as an exclusive-rights free agent, Detroit can easily retain the Penn State product for another year on the cheap, if it wants.
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  • Lions' Jason Cabinda: Limited in practice Wednesday

    Cabinda (ankle) was limited during Wednesday's practice, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports. Cabinda played 14 offensive snaps and another 20 on special teams in Week 1, but he's being held back in practice. It doesn't seem too serious since he can still operate in some capacity, but the Lions don't have another fullback on the active or practice roster if Cabinda can't play against the Packers on Sunday.
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  • Lions' Jason Cabinda: Activated from practice squad

    The Lions signed Cabinda to the 53-man roster from their practice squad Tuesday. The 23-year-old spent his first and only NFL season in 2018 with the Raiders, logging 21 tackles (14 solo) in 10 games. It's unclear what sort of role Cabinda will have in the defense for Week 14, but barring injuries, it likely won't be much more than a reserve role.
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