Dose: Denver Rolls Indy on TNF

Dose: Denver Rolls Indy on TNF
Jeff Brubach recaps the surprising return of Brock Osweiler in Denver's Thursday night win and other news from around the NFL in Friday's Daily Dose.
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Coach Sean McDermott said Kelvin Benjamin (knee) will practice Friday.

Benjamin tweaked his knee last Sunday and again in Thursday's practice, but the Bills are going to continue to push him through it to play, as McDermott said he "feels good" about the receiver playing this week. Benjamin will be someone to avoid in fantasy at less than 100% facing sudden shutdown CB Xavien Howard, who has allowed two catches in his last three games.
Dec 15 - 10:33 AM

Bills placed LT Cordy Glenn on injured reserve with a foot injury, ending his season.

Signed to a five-year, $65 million deal in May 2016, Glenn has missed 15 games the past two seasons with recurring foot and ankle issues. Prior to 2016, Glenn hadn't missed a game since his rookie season. Chalk it up to bad timing. Hopefully the offseason will allow Glenn to get right. In the meantime, the Bills will continue to roll out rookie Dion Dawkins at left tackle.
Dec 15 - 10:29 AM

Coach Sean McDermott announced Tyrod Taylor will start Week 15 against the Dolphins.

Nathan Peterman (concussion) has been ruled out. Taylor was going to start either way, however. The Bills are still in the mix in the AFC, and Taylor gives them their best shot at wins. Taylor has played really well at home this season and is on the streaming radar against a Dolphins team coming off a big Monday night win against New England in a prime spot for a letdown.
Dec 15 - 10:26 AM

Free agent DE Wallace Gilberry announced his retirement from the NFL after 10 seasons.

A former UDFA out of Alabama, Gilberry made quite a career for himself as a rotational end, spending his first four years in Kansas City and another four in Cincinnati sandwiched around a couple of short stays in Detroit and Tampa Bay. Gilberry, now 33, recorded 34.5 career sacks and seven forced fumbles.
Dec 15 - 10:21 AM

Free agent FB Jerome Felton announced his retirement from the NFL after nine seasons.

Felton was one of the best lead-blockers during his prime, operating as Adrian Peterson's chauffeur for three seasons in Minnesota, including Peterson's 2,097-yard MVP 2012 season. Felton then signed a lucrative deal with Buffalo in 2015 to block for LeSean McCoy. Now 31, Felton has been out of the league this season and is hanging 'em up as a one-time Pro Bowler.
Dec 15 - 10:17 AM

Jack Doyle caught 7-of-8 targets for 47 yards in the Colts' Week 15 loss to the Broncos.

The Colts couldn't move the ball, but Doyle still registered his sixth seven-catch effort of the season. Even including T.Y. Hilton, Doyle is the only pass catcher Jacoby Brissett is finding with any regularity. He will remain a mid-range TE1 for fantasy championship week.
Dec 15 - 12:10 AM

Marlon Mack rushed six times for 14 yards in the Colts' Week 15 loss to the Broncos.

Mack failed to corral his lone target in the passing game. It was a disappointing night, as Frank Gore missed a big chunk of the first half with a knee injury. Aside from a few big plays early in the year, Mack hasn't really delivered on his theoretical upside. His 2018 role in the Colts' backfield is to be determined.
Dec 14 - 11:54 PM

Cody Latimer caught 3-of-4 targets for 60 yards and a touchdown in the Broncos' Week 15 win over the Colts.

With Emmanuel Sanders battling an ankle injury, Latimer got a little more run than usual. His touchdown — a 22-yarder he caught against sticky coverage in the end zone — was his second in four weeks, and third of the season.
Dec 14 - 11:53 PM
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