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Leonard Fournette (questionable, ankle) is active for Week 11 against the Browns.

Fournette's ankle is still bothering him but apparently he showed enough in pre-game warmups to get the green light for Sunday's game in Cleveland. The Jaguars may be tempted to lean on their ground attack with winds expected in the range of 20-25 mph throughout the game. Even at less than 100 percent, Fournette remains on the RB1 spectrum.
Nov 19 - 11:12 AM

Nicki Jhabvala of the Denver Post reports Trevor Siemian will be inactive for Week 11 against the Bengals.

That means he's been passed on the depth chart by Paxton Lynch, who will serve as the backup to Brock Osweiler in Week 11. Lynch has missed most of the year with a sprained shoulder but was cleared to return after putting in a full week of practice. With Osweiler struggling and Siemian demoted to third-string status, there's a good chance Lynch will ascend to lead status before the year is over.
Source: Denver Post
Nov 19 - 10:05 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports "there's growing frustration" with the Broncos' offensive scheme.

The front office believes "playcalling has been an issue," suggesting OC Mike McCoy is on the hot seat. The Broncos have been blown out the last five weeks and rank near the bottom of the league in points per game. They also have one of the worst quarterback situations in the league with Trevor Siemian and Brock Osweiler. The Broncos are expected to simplify their playbook down the stretch. McCoy's return to Denver could last only one year if the offense doesn't turn around.
Source: NFL Network
Nov 19 - 9:56 AM

According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Ravens are "demoting" Breshad Perriman.

This comes after Perriman worked with the scout team during practice this week. It's unclear what the demotion will entail, though Perriman can probably expect to be a healthy scratch Sunday against the Packers. A first-round pick of the Ravens in 2015, Perriman has been a complete and utter bust, earning PFF's No. 112 grade out of 114 qualifiers at wide receiver this season. According to Rapoport, Perriman's demotion may only last one week depending on how he responds. With Perriman riding the pine, Michael Campanaro will likely line up in three-wide sets alongside Jeremy Maclin and Mike Wallace.
Nov 19 - 9:55 AM

Giants RT Chad Wheeler will start Week 11 against the Chiefs.

The undrafted rookie is filling in for Justin Pugh, who is out indefinitely with a back injury. Wheeler has played just two snaps this year, with both coming in a Week 4 loss to Tampa Bay. He'll have his work cut out for him protecting Eli Manning against four-time Pro Bowler Justin Houston. Kansas City's defense will be a chalky DFS play this week against the overmatched Giants.
Nov 19 - 9:42 AM

Eagles CB Ronald Darby said he was in the car with Jameis Winston on the night of his alleged groping incident and claims Winston did "nothing inappropriate."

Winston has been accused of groping a female Uber driver while waiting for a fast-food pickup on March 13, 2016 in Scottsdale, Arizona, though Winston's camp has denied the allegations. Darby, a college teammate of Winston's, has corroborated Winston's claim that he was not alone in the car, claiming there were "three of us" and that "Jameis did not have any physical contact with the Uber driver." The NFL is still looking into the incident.
Nov 19 - 8:42 AM

According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Bills coach Sean McDermott is "optimistic" Charles Clay (questionable, knee) and Jordan Matthews (questionable, knee) will play Week 11 against the Chargers.

He and Matthews will be game-time decisions, though the early indication is that both will be ready for Sunday's 4:05 ET kickoff in Los Angeles. Clay looked rusty in his return from knee surgery last week, delivering just two catches for 13 yards in a blowout loss to New Orleans. He'll be little more than a last-gasp TE2 if he suits up.
Nov 19 - 8:31 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Sterling Shepard (questionable, illness) is dealing with migraines.

Shepard was added to the injury report on Saturday with an undisclosed illness, which has now been confirmed as migraines. He's still considered a game-time decision for Sunday's tilt versus Kansas City, though ESPN's Adam Schefter reported earlier that Shepard will likely be inactive. Impressive rookie Evan Engram would remain Eli Manning's go-to receiver if the migraines prevent Shepard from suiting up.
Nov 19 - 8:11 AM
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