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Terrelle Pryor (groin) is doubtful for Week 7 against the Vikings.

The Jets will be minus Pryor and Quincy Enunwa (ankle) in this one and will turn to Jermaine Kearse, Robby Anderson, Chris Herndon, and Bilal Powell as the catalysts through the pass game. Kearse has some WR3 appeal.
Oct 19 - 12:55 PM

Isaiah Crowell (foot) is questionable for Week 7 against the Vikings.

Crowell was unable to practice Wednesday and Thursday, but followed essentially the same routine last week before eventually playing against the Colts. Even if he does play, Crowell is a tough RB3 sell in a difficult matchup.
Oct 19 - 12:52 PM

T.J. Yeldon (foot, ankle) was removed from the Week 7 injury report and will play against the Texans.

With Leonard Fournette (hamstring) still out, Yeldon will be a volume-based RB2.
Oct 19 - 12:47 PM

Jaguars TE James O'Shaughnessy (hip) is out Week 7 against the Texans.

The Jaguars have been totally gutted at tight end and are now without their top three players at the position. "David Grinnage" and Blake Bell will be the Jaguars' tight ends against Houston. Neither is on the fantasy radar.
Oct 19 - 12:42 PM

Giovani Bernard (knee) is out for Week 7 against the Chiefs.

It'll again be Mark Walton in the lightly-used changeup spot behind Joe Mixon.
Oct 19 - 12:24 PM

Josh Rosen injured his toe late in Thursday night's loss to the Broncos and is in a walking boot.

Rosen is also headed for an MRI. The injury occurred on the Cardinals' final offensive play as Rosen was getting sacked. His toe appeared to get stuck in the turf a bit. Afterwards, Rosen said he was "fine" and admitted he was being "soft." Once the doctor takes a look, we should know more.
Oct 19 - 12:21 PM

Cardinals promoted QBs coach Byron Leftwich to offensive coordinator.

It's been a fast rise for Leftwich, who was last a player in 2012. He began his coaching career under ex-Cardinals coach Bruce Arians and was a holdover for new coach Steve Wilks. With OC Mike McCoy getting fired after Thursday night's Week 7 loss to the Broncos, Leftwich now gets his time to put his mark on the offense. First order of business should be getting David Johnson the ball in space. Leftwich played and learned under the aggressive Arians. It's a no-risk move.
Oct 19 - 11:23 AM

Cardinals fired OC Mike McCoy.

The Cardinals had to make this move. Once viewed as an up-and-coming offensive mind after his work in Denver with Kyle Orton and Tim Tebow, McCoy got a head-coaching gig in San Diego, lasting four years there before then going back to Denver last year as their OC. He was fired mid-season, and has now been canned the second-straight year in the middle of the year. McCoy has about run his course as a play-caller. QBs coach Byron Leftwich is Arizona's new OC.
Oct 19 - 11:19 AM
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