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J.J. Watt has been named the Associated Press' 2012 NFL Defensive Player of the Year.

Watt was a near unanimous selection with 49 of a possible 50 votes. He finished first in the NFL with 20.5 sacks and 22 tackles for loss, and obliterated the unofficial records for batted passes (16) and defeats (56). He also led the league in tackles for loss (22), had 76 QB disruptions, and posted a defensive stop on 17.2 percent of his snaps. Texans DC Wade Phillips insists Watt's 2012 season was the "absolute best" of any defensive lineman in NFL history. Broncos linebacker Von Miller is the only other player to receive a vote for the award.
Sat, Feb 2, 2013 08:28:00 PM

Denver radio host Benjamin Allbright reports the Broncos shopped Demaryius Thomas at last month's trade deadline and may look to move him in the offseason.

Allbright isn't a typical Rotoworld source, but he has connections and has broken stories. Per Allbright, the "team feels [Thomas] lost strength when he switched to a vegan diet and hasn't been the same player." Thomas barely got to the 1,000 yards mark last season (1,083) and is on pace for just 1,012 yards this year after having 1,300-plus from 2012-2015 with Peyton Manning. Thomas doesn't deserve the sole blame here when given Trevor Siemian and Brock Osweiler as his quarterbacks. Thomas turns 30 next month and is signed through 2019.
Nov 20 - 8:42 PM

Coach Sean McVay said Robert Woods (shoulder) will miss at least a "couple weeks."

It's a huge loss for an offense that has been going through Woods in the pass game. McVay admitted there was concern this might end Woods' season, but he said the team got "positive news" that he'll only miss a couple weeks at best. In Woods' absence, possibly Sammy Watkins will get more involved and see more than 3-4 targets per game. It'll be a committee approach.
Nov 20 - 8:26 PM

Seahawks LT Duane Brown (ankle) is active for Week 11 against the Falcons.

Brown was considered a game-time call but is ready to roll after going through a pregame warmup routine. It's obviously good news for the offense.
Nov 20 - 7:11 PM

Thomas Rawls is inactive for Week 11 against the Falcons.

He's a surprising healthy scratch, though Rawls has done nothing to warrant playing time. That leaves Eddie Lacy, Mike Davis, and J.D. McKissic in the backfield. It's anyone's guess who will lead it, but the best bet is Russell Wilson doing all the playmaking for this offense. Also inactive for Seattle are SS Kam Chancellor (neck), LB Michael Wilhoite, LG Luke Joeckel, DT Jarran Reed, DT Garrison Smith, and DE Quinton Jefferson. LT Duane Brown is active.
Nov 20 - 7:06 PM

Cardinals released RB Andre Ellington.

Ellington's role had been fading behind Adrian Peterson, and he was a healthy scratch last week. The Cardinals saw more upside in Bronson Hill, who was promoted from the practice squad. Playing for the veteran minimum, Ellington should resurface as a pass-down back.
Nov 20 - 4:36 PM

NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports Robert Woods (shoulder) isn’t dealing with structural damage.

Woods went down in the fourth quarter against the Vikings, but his shoulder injury isn’t considered serious. He could potentially play through it without missing time. There should be more clarity on Woods when the Rams return to practice Wednesday.
Source: NFL Network
Nov 20 - 4:20 PM

NFL suspended Steelers RT Marcus Gilbert four games for violating the league's policy on performance enhancing substances.

Gilbert will be out until Week 16. It's a downgrade to an offensive line that's struggled to run block. Chris Hubbard will start at right tackle until Gilbert returns.
Nov 20 - 4:06 PM

Speaking Monday, Broncos coach Vance Joseph left the door open for Paxton Lynch to start in Week 12 against the Raiders.

Joseph claimed each of Lynch, Brock Osweiler and Trevor Siemian will be options. Beat writer Mike Klis believes Joseph is ready to go with Lynch. The 2016 first-rounder performed poorly in a pair of rookie starts, and hadn't been an option this season as he returned from a shoulder injury. If Lynch indeed plays Week 12, it couldn't be in a better matchup. The Raiders barely play defense.
Nov 20 - 3:47 PM

Bears coach John Fox believes Leonard Floyd has avoided a torn ACL, but acknowledged he is "going to miss some time."

The Bears are still awaiting more test results. They aren't yet considering placing Floyd on injured reserve. He should be considered week to week with I.R. a possible, if not probable, outcome.
Nov 20 - 2:44 PM

Bucs coach Dirk Koetter confirmed Monday that Jameis Winston (shoulder) is out for Week 12.

Winston has yet to be cleared to resume throwing. He will be re-evaluated next week. It's in line with what was expected. Winston seems unlikely to return before the start of the fantasy playoffs in Week 14.
Nov 20 - 2:42 PM

Blaine Gabbert will remain the Cardinals' starting quarterback for Week 12.

Coach Bruce Arians said the team would stick with Gabbert until Drew Stanton (knee) is "totally healthy." Stanton was "totally healthy" enough to back up Gabbert on Sunday, so expect the Cardinals to stretch out the meaning of "totally healthy" for however long Gabbert pleases them under center. Gabbert was a mild upgrade on Stanton, but it will be impossible for him to look good against the Jaguars in Week 12.
Nov 20 - 2:14 PM




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