Ravens LT Eugene Monroe (shoulder) is listed as doubtful for Week 12 against the Browns.
It’s downgrade to Buck Allen’s matchup. With LG Kelechi Osemele (knee) also doubtful, the Ravens will be forced to start James Hurst and Ryan Jensen.
Chiefs promoted WR Frankie Hammond from the practice squad.
Hammond will be the No. 5 receiver and could see time on punt returns with De’Anthony Thomas (concussion) sidelined. Kansas City waived CB Saalim Hakim in a corresponding move.
Rishard Matthews (illness) is questionable for Week 12 against the Jets.
Matthews is a late addition to the injury report. The illness shouldn't keep him out, but his status is worth checking Sunday. Matthews has just 13 targets over the last three weeks.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter confirms Nick Foles is expected to start Sunday.
Case Keenum practiced on a limited basis, but isn’t going to be cleared from the concussion protocol. The Rams will turn back to Foles one week after benching him. Foles is averaging 186 YPG with a 7:6 TD/INT ratio in nine starts. The Bengals defense is a top-12 option this week.
Rams signed K Zach Hocker.
Hocker will serve as insurance for Greg Zuerlein, who suffered a groin injury in Friday's practice. Hocker converted just 9-of-13 kicks and missed an extra point in six games with the Saints earlier this season.
Titans waived WR Rico Richardson.
With Kendall Wright (knee, probable) back, Richardson was no longer needed. He was not targeted in his roughly one-month stay on the active roster. Richardson will likely find himself back to the practice squad. LB Yannik Cudjoe-Virgil was promoted from the practice squad in a corresponding move.
Vernon Davis said he felt chemistry with Brock Osweiler 'from Day One.'
The Broncos were very interested in talking chemistry this week. Davis' connection with Osweiler may have helped him catch six passes for 68 yards in the quarterback's first career start, but the main reason Davis found success was Osweiler's ability to run Gary Kubiak's tight-end-friendly offense the way it is intended. As long as Osweiler is literally and figuratively under center, Davis should find success. He is a low-end TE1 this week even in a tough matchup.
Ravens LT Eugene Monroe (shoulder) and LG Kelechi Osemele (knee) are unlikely to play after missing practice Saturday.
Neither player has practiced all week. With Jeremy Zuttah already on injured reserve, Baltimore will be without three starters on the offense line as well as their three best offensive players in Joe Flacco (knee), Justin Forsett (arm) and Steve Smith (Achilles). This has been a season to forget for the Ravens.