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ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Marvin Lewis is planning to leave the Bengals after this season to pursue other opportunities.

Lewis was already in lame-duck status, so this is a mutual parting. The Bengals have been trending toward moving on since owner Mike Brown didn't extend Lewis going into 2017. Lewis has a .525 winning-percentage (123-11) but is winless in the playoffs and looking at consecutive losing seasons. He won't be back in Cincy, but Lewis could draw offseason interest as a retread.
Dec 17 - 10:25 AM

Chargers WLB Denzel Perryman has been diagnosed with a strained hamstring.

Perryman underwent an MRI this morning after getting hurt in Saturday's loss to Kansas City. Per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the injury "puts a return this season in doubt." Losing Perryman would be a big blow to the Chargers' run defense.
Dec 17 - 10:19 AM

NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo expects contract-year TE Trey Burton to land a "significant deal" this offseason.

Burton was tendered at the second-round level as a restricted free agent last offseason. He's one of the better backups in the league and has flashed with Zach Ertz sidelined — scoring three touchdowns in the two games Ertz has missed. With the tight end market shallow, it would be surprising if Burton didn't get starter-level money.
Source: NFL Network
Dec 17 - 9:49 AM

Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports Tom Savage (concussion) is likely out for the season.

Savage suffered a scary-looking concussion in last week's loss to San Francisco. With only three games left and Houston no longer in the playoff hunt, there's no reason for Savage come back and risk further injury. T.J. Yates will finish out the year at QB for the 4-9 Texans.
Source: CBS Sports
Dec 17 - 9:48 AM

Paxton Lynch (ankle) is expected to be medically cleared by Sunday.

Lynch should be a full participant when the Broncos resume practicing this week. Coach Vance Joseph acknowledged that the team wants to see what Lynch can do, though Brock Osweiler may have earned a start after playing well in relief of Trevor Siemian (shoulder) in Thursday's win over Indianapolis. A decision on who will start Week 16 at Washington will likely be made on Monday.
Source: Denver Post
Dec 17 - 9:39 AM

Ben Volin of the Boston Globe said to expect a "housecleaning" in Indianapolis this offseason.

That includes both the coaching staff and 53-man roster. With Indianapolis set to miss the playoffs for a third consecutive year, Chuck Pagano is likely nearing the end of his Colts tenure. Per Volin, GM Chris Ballard wants to give Chiefs special teams coordinator Dave Toub a head-coaching opportunity, though owner Jim Irsay may be looking for a "sexier" hire. Ballard has also been grilling Jacoby Brissett on Josh McDaniels, who served as Brissett's OC during his time in New England. Either way, it's a near certainty that Pagano will be handed his walking papers on Black Monday.
Dec 17 - 9:28 AM

NFL Network's Jane Slater reports Ted Ginn (questionable, ribs) is out for Week 15 against the Jets.

Ginn thought he could play through a rib injury but the Saints would rather play it safe by giving him a week to heal up. His absence will open up playing time for Willie Snead and Tommylee Lewis. Ginn's injury also solidifies Michael Thomas as a top-ten play at wide receiver.
Dec 17 - 8:35 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Leonard Fournette (quad, ankle) is expected to return in Week 16.

Fournette should only need a week to get healthy. He's dealing with a quad contusion and still not over his ankle issues. This is just Fournette's second missed game, but he's been playing through injuries all season. Jacksonville will go with a T.J. Yeldon and Chris Ivory committee against Houston.
Source: NFL Network
Dec 17 - 8:35 AM
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