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A source tells ABC6 in Indy that Reggie Wayne (elbow) could miss 1-2 games.

Wayne landed awkwardly on his left arm early in Sunday's win over the Bengals. He didn't miss much time, but did have two uncharacteristic drops. The injury sounds like some kind of minor sprain that the Colts will exercise caution with. Hakeem Nicks projects to slide into an every-down role opposite T.Y. Hilton, but Donte Moncrief has been closing the gap there lately. Nicks would be a desperation fantasy WR4 despite the opportunity.
Source: rtv6.com
Oct 21 - 10:31 AM

Reggie Bush (ankle) said he will play in Sunday's game against the Falcons in London.

Bush barely played in the second half of the Week 7 win over the Saints because his ankle was bothering him. He admits that he's still not 100 percent, but insists he now feels "fine." The Lions could use Bush on only a limited package of plays, especially if they get a big lead on the hapless Falcons. Joique Bell will be the far superior fantasy play.
Source: MLive.com
Oct 21 - 10:23 AM

Theo Riddick (hamstring) expects to play in Sunday's game against the Falcons.

Riddick missed his chance while Reggie Bush (ankle) was hobbled. With Bush expected to play this week in London, Riddick likely won't have much of a role.
Oct 21 - 10:21 AM

Browns DL Phil Taylor (knee) is not expected to play this week.

Taylor is progressing after undergoing a knee scope on Oct. 8, but isn't quite ready yet. The Browns are getting wrecked by the run heading into Sunday's game against a somewhat resurgent Darren McFadden.
Oct 21 - 9:57 AM

Browns DL Ahtyba Rubin may need surgery on his ankle.

Rubin went down during a practice two weeks ago and has gone for a second opinion. It's another starter down on a defensive line struggling badly to stop the run. Phil Taylor (knee) is not expected back for Sunday's game against the Raiders.
Oct 21 - 9:53 AM

Terrance West was benched after failing to pick up a first down on a pair of second-quarter carries in Sunday's loss at Jacksonville.

West was actually playing ahead of Isaiah Crowell to open the game. He had room to run in both critical short-yardage situations, but tried to do too much. "I missed it," he said. "Wish I could get it back. ... I know I've got limited reps. So I know when I'm in a game, I'm trying to get a big play." On Monday, coach Mike Pettine lamented trying to get three running backs into the rotations. We wouldn't be surprised if West goes back to healthy scratch status this week, leaving Crowell to pick up all the work behind Ben Tate against the Raiders.
Oct 21 - 9:45 AM

Marcedes Lewis (ankle) is expected to resume practicing Oct. 28.

Lewis is on short-term IR and eligible to return Week 12. It appears he's on that path. Athletic Clay Harbor will hold solid TE2 value until then.
Oct 21 - 9:28 AM

49ers C Daniel Kilgore (leg) is out for the season.

Kilgore broke a bone in his left leg during Sunday night's loss at Denver. The first-year starter had been holding up well as he replaced Jonathan Goodwin, earning a top-12 grade from PFF. The 49ers will try to rush third-round rookie Marcus Martin (knee) into the starting lineup following the bye.
Source: ESPN.com
Oct 21 - 9:08 AM
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