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The Associated Press reports that the Eagles would want a first- or second-round pick to "even consider" trading Nick Foles.

The AP's story cites an "NFL source," which is clearly in the Eagles organization and using the media in an attempt to create leverage. Foles' trade value is not a first- or second-round pick, and the Eagles know that. But they intend to feign the impression that it is, and that there's "no way" they'd trade Foles without being offered a top-two-round draft pick. We suspect Foles will be traded for a third- or fourth-rounder closer to April's draft. In the meantime, the Eagles will pretend Foles is part of Chip Kelly's long-term plan.
Fri, Feb 15, 2013 02:09:00 PM

Ty Montgomery (ribs) did not practice Thursday.

Nov 23 - 10:17 AM

Travis Benjamin (abdomen) and Mike Williams (knee) are expected to play Thursday against the Cowboys.

Both were listed as questionable following a limited week of practice, but there never seemed to be any real concern. With Benjamin, Williams, and Tyrell Williams all vying for targets behind Keenan Allen, it is unlikely any of them return consistent fantasy value.
Nov 23 - 10:12 AM

Eagles coach Doug Pederson believes K Jake Elliott (concussion) will be ready for Week 12 against the Bears.

Elliott was limited on Wednesday. "Everything is looking good for him, where he’s at right now," Pederson said. "I feel in the bottom of my heart, that Jake will be ready." The Eagles have yet to activate Caleb Sturgis from injured reserve or add another kicker, indicating there is a good chance Elliott is ready to go.
Nov 23 - 9:58 AM

Broncos coach Vance Joseph wants Paxton Lynch to use his legs.

"I said, 'Just play. Don’t try to be a pocket passer. We call a play and it’s not there, take off and run,'" Joseph said. "That’s one of his strengths, so I’m looking forward to watching him play on Sunday." Lynch rushed for 40 yards in one of his starts as a rookie and has the skill set to be a factor on the ground. Lynch has a good schedule down the stretch starting with Oakland this week, and he could return solid value in two-quarterback formats and perhaps even get on the streaming radar down the stretch, especially if he is adding points on the ground.
Source: 9 News
Nov 23 - 9:55 AM

New Lions DE Dwight Freeney will not play Thursday against the Vikings.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported the veteran had a chance to suit up, but it always seemed unlikely considering he was just claimed off waivers on Wednesday. In better news for Detroit, Ezekiel Ansah is expected to return following a two-game absence with a back injury.
Nov 23 - 9:03 AM

Seahawks OL coach Tom Cable thinks Thomas Rawls is trying too hard.

"It’s his decision-making based on what the read is," Cable said. "If it’s the back door, it’s the back door. If it’s not, stay with the front door...He’s pressing so hard, it’s hard on him." This does not explain why no one else can run behind Cable's offensive line, but perhaps it is to blame for Rawls averaging just 2.6 yards on 49 carries so far this season. A healthy scratch last week, Rawls should get another shot to take over the lead job with Mike Davis sidelined by a groin injury. As has been the case all year, this is a backfield to avoid outside of J.D. McKissic in PPR formats.
Nov 23 - 8:56 AM

Lions DE Ezekiel Ansah (back) is expected to play Thursday against the Vikings.

Ansah has missed the last two games with a back injury, but he was able to get in limited practices this week and looks like he will be able to play. It is a big upgrade for a defense which also could have the services of veteran pass rusher Dwight Freeney, who was just claimed off waivers on Wednesday.
Nov 23 - 8:43 AM

Devonta Freeman (concussion) remained sidelined at Wednesday's practice.

It's not a good sign for his availability Sunday against Tampa Bay. Tevin Coleman contributed 58 yards from scrimmage and a touchdown in Monday night's win at Seattle and would draw another start if Freeman can't go for Week 12.
Nov 22 - 6:29 PM

Marshon Lattimore (ankle) was seen in a walking boot on Wednesday.

Lattimore suffered the injury in Week 11 and didn't practice on Wednesday. The Saints re-signed Sterling Moore earlier this week, suggesting that Lattimore won't be available Sunday in Los Angeles. The first-round rookie has been even better than advertised this year, earning PFF's No. 4 cornerback grade out of 119 qualifiers. Lattimore would be a big loss, though Kenny Vaccaro (groin) is expected to return this week following a two-game absence.
Nov 22 - 5:19 PM

Chiefs signed CB Darrelle Revis to a two-year contract.

Revis had some in-season interest from the Chargers, but there hadn't been any updates on him since September. His signing is a splash move for a Chiefs secondary that's struggled opposite Marcus Peters. It's anyone guess how much Revis has left after missing the last three months and coming off a heavy decline in 2016. Revis played the first five years of his career with DC Bob Sutton, so he should be a strong scheme fit.
Nov 22 - 4:53 PM

Julio Jones (ankle, knee) was limited at Wednesday's practice.

Jones has been dealing with ankle issues for weeks, but the knee injury is new. It's possible the Falcons are managing his reps coming off a Monday night game. Even at less than 100 percent, Jones has a blowup Week 12 matchup with the Bucs.
Source: ESPN
Nov 22 - 4:44 PM




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