Randall Cobb (hamstring) was limited at Wednesday's practice.
Cobb was listed with a back injury last week. Now he's being listed with a hamstring injury. In reality, the Packers are probably just managing his reps to keep Cobb fresh for Sunday's game against Atlanta. Cobb has seen double-digit targets in each of his last three games and should be a solid WR2 this week in a great matchup against Atlanta's swiss cheese secondary.
Texans placed RT Derek Newton on injured reserve with torn patellar tendons in both knees.
Newton suffered the horrific injuries in Monday night's loss to Denver. His career is in jeopardy. Jeff Adams has taken Newton's place on the active roster while Chris Clark is slated to start at right tackle.
Charles Clay (knee) didn't practice on Wednesday.
He rarely practices on Wednesdays. Even with Sammy Watkins (foot) sidelined, Clay hasn't been much of a fantasy factor. Even with six teams on bye, he won't be more than a TE2 against New England this week.
Jamaal Charles (knees) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
Charles played only two snaps despite being active last week. He's dealing with soreness in both knees and clearly isn't fully healthy. Even if Charles plays Sunday, he can't be trusted in the lesser half of a committee with Spencer Ware.
Dwayne Allen (ankle) didn't practice on Wednesday.
Allen sat out Sunday's game with a sprained ankle and isn't off to a good start this week. If he sits, Jack Doyle will draw another start at tight end Sunday versus Kansas City. Doyle is coming off a career-high 78 yards in Week 7.
Seahawks re-signed FB Will Tukuafu.
He'll absorb the roster spot left by C.J. Spiller, who was released earlier today. Tukuafu earned PFF's 16th-highest fullback grade out of 22 qualifiers last year.
Lamar Miller (shoulder) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
Miller played through his shoulder injury for most of Monday night's loss. He remains day to day, but the limited practice puts him on track for this week. Even at less than full strength, Miller is an RB1 for a plus Week 8 matchup with Detroit.
Cleveland has allowed 489 total yards and 168.7 rushing yards per game over the last three weeks.
The winless Browns have a messy situation at quarterback, but their defense continues to struggle as well. Cleveland's 139.9 rushing yards allowed per game slots them 31st among NFL defenses, ahead of only San Francisco's non-existent run defense. Even in a home matchup against Ryan Fitzpatrick, the NFL leader in interceptions, the Browns D/ST is a risky streaming option in fantasy leagues.