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Interim coach Bruce Arians said Donnie Avery (hip) will be a game-time call for Thursday's game in Jacksonville.

The Colts ruled out a couple more players on Tuesday, but Avery wasn't one of them. He'll likely test the hip in practice before deciding if he'll make the trip south. If Avery does end up traveling, we still might not know his status until the inactives are announced. Owners looking to make a speculative add on T.Y. Hilton are going to have to monitor the situation closely.
Tue, Nov 6, 2012 12:52:00 PM

Philip Rivers (concussion) is questionable for Week 11 against the Bills.

Despite the questionable listing, Rivers practiced all week and is fully to expected to play, which would his extend his streak of consecutive games played to 186. Going against a Bills defense that yielded 47 points in a Week 10 loss to New Orleans, Rivers is in the QB1 conversation.
Nov 17 - 3:38 PM

Kenny Stills (questionable, back) said he expects to play against the Buccaneers in Week 11.

Stills seems to think he'll be out there on Sunday, though coach Adam Gase doesn't sound quite as confident. "Things are looking better than they were yesterday," he said following Stills' absence from Friday's practice. "We'll kind of see. We've got a couple of days still." It sounds like a decision on Stills could come down to the wire, though luckily the Dolphins play at 1 PM ET on Sunday. Stills hasn't missed a game since 2014.
Nov 17 - 3:14 PM

The Cardinals have named Blaine Gabbert their starting quarterback for Week 11 against the Texans.

Drew Stanton (questionable, knee) will back up Gabbert if healthy, otherwise Matt Barkley will serve as the No. 2. While Gabbert has never lived up to his first-round hype, he should be an improvement on Stanton, who has looked completely overmatched in his two starts this year. It's definitely risky, but Gabbert does flash some QB2 appeal and could make for a cheap DFS tournament play against an injury-ravaged Texans defense.
Nov 17 - 2:57 PM

Chris Hogan (shoulder) is out for Week 11 against the Raiders.

Marcus Cannon (ankle) and Matthew Slater (hamstring) have also been ruled out for Sunday's game in Mexico City. Hogan hasn't played or practiced since coming down with a shoulder injury in Week 8. His absence helps Danny Amendola, who gets an enticing matchup against a leaky Raiders secondary.
Nov 17 - 2:32 PM

Isaiah Crowell (shoulder) wasn't listed on the Browns' final injury report for Week 11 against the Jaguars.

Crowell didn't see his usual practice reps this week but there was never any concern about his availability for Sunday. Coming off his two best games of the season, Crowell will be a borderline RB2 against Jacksonville.
Nov 17 - 2:31 PM

Marqise Lee (knee) wasn't listed on the Jaguars' final injury report for Week 11 against the Browns.

His status for Sunday's game in Cleveland was never in doubt. Lee is in an excellent spot with Allen Hurns (ankle) sidelined this week and Jacksonville likely to throw more with Leonard Fournette (ankle) hobbled. He'll be on the WR2 radar against the winless Browns.
Source: jaguars.com
Nov 17 - 2:28 PM

Jordan Reed (hamstring) is out for Week 11 against the Saints.

Reed was expected to be a game-time decision but instead the Redskins are ruling him out for the third straight week. Overall it's his fourth absence of the year. It's always something with Reed, who has also been bothered by rib, shoulder and toe injuries throughout 2017. Vernon Davis will be a locked-in TE1 with Reed sidelined this week.
Nov 17 - 1:57 PM

According to Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun, the "expectation remains" that Danny Woodhead (I.R., hamstring) will return against the Packers in Week 11.

Coach John Harbaugh has been noncommittal when asked about Woodhead's status for Week 11, though Zrebiec is hearing he'll be activated from injured reserve on Saturday. Woodhead has practiced all week and appears to be healthy after missing the Ravens' last eight games with a torn hamstring. Alex Collins will remain the Ravens' lead ball-carrier, though Woodhead should still see plenty of work, especially as a pass-catcher. Woodhead's return is bad news for Buck Allen, who had been filling his role on passing downs.
Nov 17 - 1:35 PM

Kenny Stills (back) didn't practice on Friday.

Stills hurt his back at Thursday's practice. The injury isn't considered serious, though he's obviously in a race against the clock. Jarvis Landry and DeVante Parker would both be in for more work is Stills sits out against the Bucs on Sunday.
Nov 17 - 1:26 PM

The NFL is investigating Jameis Winston for allegedly groping an Uber driver in March 2016.

The driver says Winston groped her crotch at a fast food restaurant drive thru as they were waiting for Winston's food around 2 AM on March 13 in Scottsdale, Ariz. The driver, "Kate", reported the incident to Uber but did not go to police. Winston was accused of rape in 2012 at Florida State but wasn't charged in the matter. 2017 is only becoming more of a headache for the Bucs.
Nov 17 - 12:44 PM

Leonard Fournette (ankle) is questionable for Week 11 against the Browns.

Fournette's ankle reportedly "still isn't right," and there's word the Jaguars think they can beat Cleveland without him on Sunday. That's getting a little full of themselves considering it's on the road, in the cold, and this is the Jaguars we're talking about. But either way, Fournette is shaping up as a game-time call Sunday. The good news is this one kicks off early at 1 PM ET.
Nov 17 - 12:40 PM




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