Cam Newton (probable, back) will start Week 16 against the Browns.
He was officially cleared by the Panthers on Saturday. Newton's role in the run game will be limited, but he has QB1 upside despite a tough matchup with Cleveland.
Bengals SLB Emmanuel Lamur (hamstring) is listed as doubtful for Week 16.
Lamur didn't practice all week due to his hamstring issue. Marquis Flowers will replace him on the strong side.
Jermaine Gresham (toe) is listed as probable for Week 16.
Gresham practiced in full after sitting out last week. He should be avoided as more than a low-end TE2 for Monday night against Denver.
Peyton Manning (thigh) is listed a questionable for Monday night's matchup with the Bengals.
Manning was limited on Friday and Saturday, but is fully expected to start on Monday night. Manning is Rotoworld's No. 6 quarterback for Week 16.
Raiders placed CB Tarell Brown on injured reserve with a foot injury, ending his season.
Brown had been the one constant of a surprisingly competent Raiders' secondary in 2014, logging 1000 snaps across 14 games. A free agent this offseason, Brown should be able to find a starting job for 2015. T.J. Carrie will slide into the starting lineup with Brown sidelined.
Cardinals LG Jonathan Cooper (wrist) has been ruled out of Week 16 against the Seahawks.
Cooper says the injury is "something between a break and a sprain." Ted Larsen will move from right guard to the left side, and Paul Fanaika will slot in at right guard.
Emmanuel Sanders missed Broncos' practice on Saturday with flu-like symptoms.
Sanders was reportedly feeling under the weather on Friday and will be given Saturday off to rest. The Denver Post's Troy Renck said there is "no reason to think he won't play." With Peyton Manning struggling, Sanders has seen his production tail off in the last two games. Under the weather and against a solid Bengals secondary, Sanders will be a risky WR2 for the fantasy championships.
Lamar Miller's yards per carry avearge drops dramatically after his tenth carry of a game.
According to the Miami Herald's Barry Jackson, Miller has averaged 5.4 yards per carry on his first 10 carries of a game this season, but is averaging only 2.5 yards per carry from his 11th carry on. The stunning drop-off in effectiveness could help explain why Miller is averaging 12.7 carries a game this season despite being clearly the best runner on Miami's roster. Miller's upside will always be capped by his limited touches, but he is still a solid RB2 in a good matchup against the Vikings this week.