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Ezekiel Elliott is scheduled for a hearing in front of a New York judge on October 30.

His case will be heard by Judge Katherine Failla in the Southern District of New York. Elliott is hoping for a preliminary injunction against the NFL, which would further delay his six-game suspension for violating the league's code of conduct. The NFL is pushing to have the hearing on October 27, which would put Zeke's status in jeopardy for Week 8 against the Redskins. On the field, Elliott hasn't been as productive as he was during his rookie season but still ranks seventh in rushing yards per game (78.6).
Oct 22 - 9:35 AM

Marqise Lee (questionable, knee) is expected to play Week 7 against the Colts.

There was some thought that Lee, who missed practice on both Wednesday and Thursday, would be a game-time decision, but it looks like he'll be ready to roll for Sunday's 1 PM ET start. Lee has reeled in just 20 of his 40 targets this year and has yet to find the end zone in 2017. Consider him a last-ditch WR3/4.
Oct 22 - 9:04 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Sterling Shepard (questionable, ankle) will play Week 7 against the Seahawks.

Shepard was expected to be a game-time call, but apparently he showed enough to get the green light from New York's medical staff. It's a bad matchup but with Odell Beckham and Brandon Marshall both out with season-ending ankle injuries, Shepard should see plenty of looks from Eli Manning. Shepard's return could come at the expense of Evan Engram, who led the G-Men with 82 yards on seven targets a week ago.
Oct 22 - 9:03 AM

Kenny Britt (questionable, groin, knee) is expected to play Week 7 against the Titans.

He's coming back from a two-game absence. Britt is reportedly on thin ice after missing curfew ahead of last week's loss to Houston. With just eight catches in four games for his new team, the 29-year-old has been a tremendous bust, both in real life and in fantasy.
Oct 22 - 9:01 AM

Ben Watson (questionable, knee) is expected to play Week 7 against the Vikings.

Watson seems to show up on the injury report every week but has yet to miss a game this season. That theme will continue Sunday at Minnesota. Watson had some streaming appeal early in the year but has quickly faded into the abyss. You can probably find a better tight end on the waiver wire.
Oct 22 - 9:00 AM

Mike Wallace (questionable, back) is expected to play Week 7 against the Vikings.

Wallace looked to be in trouble after sitting out Thursday's practice but was able to gain clearance after getting in a limited session on Friday. Baltimore's passing offense has been dismal this year and Wallace hasn't done much to move the needle. He's topped 60 yards in just one of six games this season. Likely to square off with Xavier Rhodes, Wallace won't be an appealing fantasy option at Minnesota.
Oct 22 - 8:59 AM

Jeremy Maclin (questionable, shoulder) is expected to play Week 7 against the Vikings.

The Ravens are also expected to have Mike Wallace (back) and Ben Watson (knee). Maclin got in a limited week of practice after missing sitting out against the Bears in Week 6. Despite his name recognition, Maclin has averaged just 24 yards during his three-game touchdown drought and should be avoided against a stout Vikings secondary.
Oct 22 - 8:59 AM

John Ross (questionable, knee) is not expected to play Week 7 against the Steelers.

Ross still needs another week to recover from a nagging knee injury. Holder of the fastest forty in the history of the NFL Combine, Ross will be a nice deep threat for Andy Dalton if he can ever get healthy. So far, he's played just five snaps this year.
Oct 22 - 8:34 AM
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