PFT reports C.J. Anderson (meniscus surgery) will miss "anywhere from 2-8 weeks."
Every reporter has had a different timetable for Anderson's recovery on Friday. Our sources are telling us Anderson will be sidelined anywhere from one to infinity weeks. Realistically, the Broncos are just hopeful Anderson will be back for the playoffs. Devontae Booker is now in a league-winning fantasy position.
Jamaal Charles (knee) is out for Week 8 against the Colts.
Charles barely played last week (two snaps) and is clearly operating at far less than 100 percent. With Spencer Ware emerging as a dominant force out of the backfield, the Chiefs can give Charles as much time as he needs to recover. Charcandrick West will back up Ware Sunday in Indianapolis. It's starting to look like Charles won't be a factor at all this season.
Texans coach Bill O'Brien said Lamar Miller (shoulder) will be a game-time decision for Sunday's Week 8 game against the Lions.
Miller has practiced all week but obviously his availability for Week 8 can't be taken for granted. The good news is that Houston plays at 1 PM ET on Sunday, so fantasy owners will know early in the day if he'll be active. Ultimately we'd expect Miller to suit up, but it might be a good idea for owners to snatch up Alfred Blue as a handcuff just in case.
Chester Rogers (hamstring) has been ruled out for Week 8.
He's become irrelevant with Phillip Dorsett and Donte Moncrief healthy.
Hunter Henry (concussion) participated in Chargers practice on Friday.
He remains on track to play against the Broncos. Henry's snaps have been decline with Antonio Gates healthy, but he ripped up Denver's linebackers as a matchup weapon in Week 6. He's still in the mix as a fantasy TE1 play.
Travis Benjamin (knee) practiced again on Friday.
Benjamin's status for Week 8 at Denver was never in doubt.
Tyrell Williams (knee) participated in Chargers practice again Friday.
He'll be in the starting lineup against Denver's shutdown pass defense.
Coach Mike Mularkey said Friday the Titans intend to keep Kendall Wright as a rotational wide receiver.
Underselling easily his best wideout, Mularkey described Wright as a "very good slot receiver, third-down receiver." Wright has turned in the Titans' two best wide receiver performances of the season over the past three games, but he has yet to play more than 50 percent of Tennessee's snaps in a given week. The limited usage will make Wright tough to trust in fantasy leagues. In between his big weeks, Wright mixed in a three-target, 14-yard clunker.