The opening week was not kind to some of the best pass catchers across the NFL. Delanie Walker suffered what appears to be a major ankle injury; Greg Olsen re-injured the right foot that caused him to miss more than half of last season; and Doug Baldwin suffered a knee injury -- but not on the same knee that had been giving him trouble earlier in the offseason. All of this will give fantasy owners trouble as they prepare their Week 2 waiver claims.

With these injuries in tow, the Week 2 fantasy rankings will look a lot different, particularly at the already-thin TE position, and the strategy of streaming players at the position may become more popular moving forward.

We'll keep you updated on all the latest injury news from around the NFL as the Week 1 injury reports continue to grow longer.

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Is Delanie Walker out for the season?

UPDATE: Walker has officially been ruled out for the year.

Walker suffered a gruesome looking ankle injury in the Titans' Week 1 loss to the Dolphins. According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Walker suffered a dislocated ankle along with a fracture, which is highly likely to end his season. This is a major blow to the Titans offense and the TE position in fantasy.

Once Walker is confirmed to be out, he can be dropped in all formats. With few worthwhile TEs available on the waiver wire, Walker's owners will have to focus on streaming players moving forward unless they have a solid backup on their roster. Our TE rankings can be used to find some of the top streaming options for this week, and if you find a player you like, you can settle on them as a patchwork starter for the rest of the season (or at least a couple of weeks).

As for the Titans offense with Walker out, Corey Davis will become the de facto No. 1 target, a role that he was already trending toward. He notched 13 targets in the season opener, so there's a good chance he could continue to get a high volume of targets. Right now, he is the man to own in the Titans passing attack. Jonnu Smith and Luke Stocker will replace Walker in the lineup, but it's unlikely either will be worth owning.

Week 2 Rankings:
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Greg Olsen injury update

Olsen suffered a foot injury in the Panthers win over the Cowboys. After the game, Olsen was on crutches and was wearing a walking boot on his right foot, per to Joe Person of The Athletic. That's the same foot that kept Olsen out for more than half of the season in 2017, so this obviously isn't good news.

With the new damage to the surgically repaired foot, there's a good chance that he will be forced to miss a significant amount of time. For that reason, we are going to remove him from our Week 2 TE rankings, and there's a good chance that he will be absent from the rankings for the foreseeable future. We'll keep checking on Olsen's status to figure out what his official diagnosis might be.

With Olsen out, rookie fourth-round pick Ian Thomas will probably see a lot of action at TE. The Panthers like him, but he can't be trusted as a fantasy option yet. He's merely a guy to keep an eye on in case he breaks out at any point.

Doug Baldwin injury news

UPDATE: Baldwin suffered a Grade 2 partial MCL tear and is likely to miss at least two-to-four weeks.

Baldwin suffered an MCL sprain in his right knee during the Seahawks loss to the Broncos. Baldwin had already been dealing with a left knee injury during the preseason, so now he has two knees that aren't 100 percent. That could keep him out for some time, and at the very least, it will ensure that he won't be anywhere close to 100 percent during this season.

If Baldwin misses time, the new No. 1 for the Seahawks isn't exactly clear. It could be Brandon Marshall, Tyler Lockett, or even Jaron Brown. With Russell Wilson at the helm and still one of the better QBs in the NFL, one or two players will have to emerge. For that reason, these guys could be worth adding and at least one of them made the cut in our Week 2 waiver wire targets.

Marquise Goodwin injury update

UPDATE: Goodwin is "day to day" with a bruised thigh.

Goodwin suffered a quad injury that kept him out of most of Sunday's game against the Vikings. The severity of the injury is currently unknown, but given that Goodwin missed a majority of the season opener, his status should be monitored closely.

In the event that Goodwin does miss time, second-round pick Dante Pettis figures to see the biggest uptick in playing time for the 49ers. Pettis could be the team's No. 2 receiver during this time and will be a realistic fantasy factor as a potential FLEX play. For that reason, we have him listed as one of our Week 2 waiver wire targets, and he's a good stash a good stash at a WR-needy team at the very least. If Goodwin is healthy though, Pettis may not be as big of a factor.

DeSean Jackson injury news

ESPN's Jenna Laine confirmed that Jackson suffered a concussion in the Buccaneers surprising win over the Saints. Before leaving with the injury, Jackson had put up massive

numbers (five catches, 146 yards, two TDs) and looked like he was the team's No. 2 receiver. But with the concussion issue now at hand, his status moving forward is uncertain.

Concussions are always tough to figure out, as different people react differently to them. Jackson could miss time with the issue, or he could be back on the field very shortly. There's simply no knowing what will happen. If Jackson does miss time, Chris Godwin will get to serve as the No. 2 receiver and should have a chance to build on his solid numbers from the season opener (three catches, 41 yards, TD). Both players are worth owning in fantasy as they appear to be dynamic scoring threats.