Randy Foye G DEN 2 Days

Foye has a tear in his right quad and will miss at least three weeks, Chris Dempsey of the Denver Post reports.

After playing only 11 minutes Sunday against the Lakers, Foye underwent an MRI on Monday that revealed the tear, and he'll be shut down for a three-week recovery period, after which he'll be re-evaluated. In his absence, the Nuggets will lean more heavily on Arron Afflalo and Ty Lawson offensively, while Nate Robinson will take on a more significant role off the bench. Foye is averaging 8.4 points per game on 37.5 percent shooting this season.

Randy Foye G DEN 10 Days

Foye (knee) scored one point (0-3 FG, 0-3 3Pt, 1-2 FT) to go along with one assist and one steal in 10 minutes Monday against the Cavaliers.

Foye has scored single digit points in six of eight games played this season, leaving him with limited fantasy value when the Nuggets roster is healthy.

Randy Foye G DEN 10 Days

Foye (knee) will play Monday against the Cavaliers, Chris Dempsey of the Denver Post reports.

Foye missed the last two games, including Sunday's loss to the Knicks, with a minor knee injury, but he'll be back in the mix against the Cavs on Monday. When Denver hosted Cleveland 10 days ago, Foye led all scorers with 28 points, to go with nine assists, but the Nuggets fell 110-101.

Randy Foye G DEN 11 Days

Foye is out Sunday, the Denver Post's Chris Dempsey reports.

This will mark Foye's second missed game with the knee injury, though it is still not thought to be serious. His next chance to return is Monday against the Cavs, but Denver may want to rest him for both games of the upcoming back to back and let him return Wednesday against a weak Thunder team.

Randy Foye G DEN 13 Days

Foye (knee) will not play Friday, the Denver Post's Chris Dempsey reports.

Look for Nate Robinson to fill Foye's shoes as the off guard and occasional ball handler. Foye should be considered day-to-day

Randy Foye G DEN 14 Days

Foye (knee) did not practice Thursday and could miss Friday's game against the Pacers, Chris Dempsey of the Denver Post reports.

Foye is dealing with a minor knee injury suffered Wednesday against the Blazers, but it may be enough to hold him out Friday. After starting 78 games last season, Foye is now coming off the bench with Arron Afflalo back in town. However, Afflalo is off to a rough start, and there have been rumblings that coach Brian Shaw may move him to a bench role. If that's the case, Foye could move back into the starting lineup, as he's averaging 10.9 points on 42.6 percent shooting. It's a small sample size, sure, but Foye hasn't shot better than 42 percent since the 2007-08 season.

Randy Foye G DEN 21 Days

Foye has averaged 21 minutes off the bench during Denver's first four games of the season.

Foye is seeing significant time off the bench but the offseason addition of Arron Afflalo may ultimately stifle Foye's production this year. Further complicating things, Nate Robinson is slowly being brought along from a major knee injury and may ultimately gain a bigger role in the backcourt as the season progresses. This would certainly pose problems for Foye's playing time off the bench which is already limited as it is.

Randy Foye G DEN 1 Month

Foye returned to action Saturday against the Clippers, scoring 14 points (6-10 FG, 1-4 3Pt) to go with four rebounds and five assists in 32 minutes.

Foye, who missed Thursday's contest with wrist soreness, led the Nuggets in minutes Saturday. While Ty Lawson (hamstring) and Arron Afflalo will comprise the starting backcourt this season, Foye figures to hold down a significant sixth man role off the bench.

Randy Foye G DEN 1 Month

Foye (wrist) will not play in Thursday's preseason game against the Warriors, Chris Dempsey of the Denver Post reports.

Foye suffered a minor wrist injury in practice Wednesday and it remained sore Thursday morning. He'll be held out but the issue shouldn't hamper him when the regular season rolls around. Foye is expected to be one of Denver's primary contributors off the bench.

Randy Foye G DEN 5 Months

Randy Foye has been putting in extra work since the Nuggets acquired Arron Afflalo and wasn't excited about the deal.

"He's been in [the Pepsi Center] putting in work," coach Brian Shaw said. "He, as he should have been, wasn't all that excited hearing about the trade because obviously people just automatically penciled in Arron as a starter and him as a backup." Foye was given the biggest workload of his career last season after Nate Robinson (knee) went down and didn't see any drop-off in output, but he's likely to move back to the bench. He's not shaping up to be a pick in standard fantasy leagues right now.