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Chargers LT Jared Gaither (back) played 60-of-60 offensive snaps in his 2012 debut in Week 4 against Kansas City.

The Chargers made it sound like Gaither wouldn't play in the game after the practice week, but he started and was a full-time player. Gaither allowed two sacks of Philip Rivers, but should get better as he gets his feet beneath him going forward. The arrow is suddenly pointing up on San Diego's offense heading into a Week 5 matchup with New Orleans' college-caliber defense.
Mon, Oct 1, 2012 06:12:00 PM

Ryan Mathews (knee) was listed as questionable for Week 14 against the Redskins.

Dec 9 - 10:55 AM

Jordan Matthews (ankle) was listed as questionable for Week 14 against the Redskins.

Dec 9 - 10:53 AM

Robert Woods (knee) practiced again on Friday.

Woods should return this week, although his role is questionable with Sammy Watkins getting closer to full health. Woods will be a low-ceiling WR4 against the Steelers.
Dec 9 - 10:52 AM

Sammy Watkins (foot) participated in Friday's practice.

Watkins will likely be listed as questionable on the final report, but he is fully expected to play. He could also see a larger snap share after increasing his practice reps this week. Watkins is an upside WR3.
Dec 9 - 10:51 AM

NJ Advance Media's Connor Hughes wrote "there's no guarantee" Jets OC Chan Gailey will be back next season even if coach Todd Bowles keeps his job.

Gailey, 64, said has no plans to retire or resign, so the only way he is not running the offense next season is if he is fired. The calls for that exact scenario have picked up in the second half of a dreadful offensive season, but Gailey said he is not concerned. "I've been through this enough times," Gailey said. "You can't let it affect who you are, and what you're trying to get done." A proven coordinator whose offense overachieved last season, firing Gailey would be a short-sighted decision.
Dec 9 - 9:50 AM

Martellus Bennett (ankle, shoulder) admitted he is not 100 percent healthy.

We did not need the confirmation after watching him on the field the last couple weeks, but Bennett said he plans to keep playing through the issues. "I never thought about [sitting out]. I just keep going," Bennett said. "I’m like the Energizer Bunny. I just try to find a way." At less than 100 percent and being asked to do less in the passing game, Bennett is a risky option in the first week of the fantasy playoffs.
Source: WEEI
Dec 9 - 9:10 AM

Bills GM Doug Whaley said the team will decide whether to retain Tyrod Taylor after the season.

"He's got 4 more games to write this chapter," Whaley said. "Then after this season, like everybody on the team, we're going to do an evaluation and then we'll go from there." Whaley was equally cryptic about Taylor's future last offseason before signing him to a "six-year, $92 million" contract in August which was really a one-year deal with a $27.5 million option for 2017. Taylor has played well enough to cement himself as the starter in Buffalo, and the Bills really do not have any other option but to retain him. Whaley could be soft-playing his hand in an attempt to finagle a renegotiation, but Buffalo has to retain Taylor at this point.
Source: ESPN
Dec 9 - 8:50 AM

Jadeveon Clowney (elbow, wrist) said he will play this week against the Colts.

Clowney sat out last week's game against the Packers, but he is on track to play against Indy after returning to practice Thursday. "I feel good. I feel good enough to go," Clowney said. "Yeah, I'll be out there." With CB Johnathan Joseph expected to sit with an injury to his ribs, the Texans will need Clowney to get after Andrew Luck on Sunday.
Dec 9 - 8:46 AM

Tyreek Hill caught 6-of-6 targets for 66 yards and a touchdown in the Chiefs' Week 14 win over the Raiders, adding a 78-yard punt return score.

Hill also had a two-yard rush. Hill is turning into one of the most dangerous players in the league with the ball in his hands. He scorched David Amerson on his 36-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter. He was shot out of not one, but two cannons on his special teams score. The big night came even with Jeremy Maclin back in the lineup. Hill should maintain WR3 value down the stretch.
Dec 9 - 12:32 AM

Jeremy Maclin caught 1-of-3 targets for 16 yards in the Chiefs' Week 14 win over the Raiders.

Maclin was invisible as Alex Smith shredded the Raiders in the first half, and even more invisible as Smith struggled in the second. Pro Football Focus charted him as playing 42-of-55 snaps, so it wasn't a playing-time issue. Maclin has legitimately struggled this year. He'll be a low-upside WR4 in Week 15 against the Titans. Travis Kelce is the Chiefs' new No. 1 receiver.
Dec 9 - 12:31 AM

Chiefs ILB Derrick Johnson has been diagnosed with a ruptured left Achilles' tendon, and is done for the season.

Johnson knew it the second he went down in non-contact fashion in the first half. Coach Andy Reid simply called it a "sad deal." Reid couldn't be more right, as the 34-year-old linebacker was having another solid year as an every-down player after tearing his right Achilles' tendon in 2014. The Chiefs still have a loaded defense for the stretch run, but were already having problems up the gut against the run. This won't help. As for Johnson, it's fair to say his career is now in doubt. He's due $4.75 million in 2017, but probably won't be back at that price, and likely won't be ready for Week 1.
Dec 9 - 12:13 AM




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