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A league source with knowledge of the situation told PFT the Packers will extend Aaron Rodgers' contract "soon," and that it will "set a new benchmark that will stand for several years."

"It is his time," the source said. The NFL's best quarterback is signed through 2014, but the six-year, $65 million deal he inked in October 2008 is severely outdated. The former league and Super Bowl MVP is going to blow away Joe Flacco's $52 million guaranteed when he re-ups. CBS Sports reported Tuesday Rodgers has no plans to hold out this summer if he doesn't get a new deal.
Tue, Mar 5, 2013 07:45:00 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

John Brown has been diagnosed with turf toe, and coach Bruce Arians believes he could "miss time."

Arians spoke about Brown missing time as mostly a formality, saying Chad Williams would get a look in Week 12. Brown has been banged up for most of 2017 but missed "just" two games so far. Turf toe can linger for weeks. With only two weeks left in the fantasy regular season, Brown is safely droppable in re-draft leagues.
Nov 20 - 2:12 PM

Packers NT Kenny Clark has been diagnosed with a high-ankle sprain.

Clark will miss multiple games, though NFL.com's Ian Rapoport claims Clark is expected to return this season. Clark himself posted on social media that he had received positive news. It's positive in the long run, but still bad for the short, as Clark has been gobbling up the run as a bright spot for Green Bay's defense. His absence will be acutely felt against Le'Veon Bell and the Steelers this week.
Nov 20 - 2:09 PM

Terrelle Pryor is undergoing ankle surgery on Monday.

NFL.com's Ian Rapoport terms the operation a "scope," and reports a timeline will be established once Pryor is out of surgery. With only six games remaining, it's possible Pryor misses the rest of the season, though scopes can come with surprisingly short timelines. It's just the latest disappointment in Pryor's woeful first year in a Redskins uniform. His absence locks Jamison Crowder, Josh Doctson and Ryan Grant in as Washington's top three receivers.
Nov 20 - 2:07 PM

Kelvin Benjamin (knee) has avoided ligament damage, but the Bills are unsure of his Week 12 availability.

"We're still looking at the rest of it," coach Sean McDermott said Monday, whatever that means. Either way, it's the best possible news after Benjamin missed 58 minutes Sunday after taking a helmet to his left knee. If he could get cleared for this week, he would have an excellent matchup in the Chiefs. That's if Tyrod Taylor is at quarterback. If it's Nathan Peterman, Benjamin will be off the fantasy radar.
Nov 20 - 1:28 PM

Speaking Monday, Bills coach Sean McDermott said he was "still evaluating" his Week 12 quarterback decision.

It's unclear what there is to evaluate. Tyrod Taylor should have never been benched in the first place and rookie Nathan Peterman was unspeakably bad in his place. McDermott also said he doesn't regret the decision to start Peterman, which leads us to wonder if he knows the definition of regret. If Taylor plays, he'll be firmly on the streaming radar against the Chiefs. If it's Pick Tossin' Nate, fire up the Chiefs.
Nov 20 - 1:21 PM

Bears signed K Cairo Santos, formerly of the Chiefs.

Chicago is moving on from Connor Barth, who missed a game-tying field goal with just three seconds left in the loss to the Lions on Sunday. Santos was waived/injured by the Chiefs in September because of a groin injury, but he is apparently back to full health. Santos has connected on 84.8 percent of his career kicks through four seasons and 96.2 percent of his extra point attempts.
Nov 20 - 12:47 PM

Texans coach Bill O'Brien said he is "unsure" if Will Fuller (ribs) will be back this week.

Fuller sat out Sunday's matchup with the Cardinals because of cracked ribs, an injury which can require several weeks to heal. Bruce Ellington will get another start if Fuller cannot return.
Nov 20 - 12:43 PM

Greg Olsen (foot, injured reserve) said he plans to play Week 12 against the Jets.

Olsen returned to practice on Monday, and his optimism suggests the session went well. He will still need to get through the rest of the week without any setbacks, but all signs point to Olsen suiting up against the Jets. He will worth starting in that matchup.
Nov 20 - 12:37 PM

Colts coach Chuck Pagano said Jacoby Brissett remains in the concussion protocol.

Even so, Pagano went on to say he expects Brissett to be ready to go this week against the Titans. Brissett had been playing pretty well before the injury, and he will be a streaming option in a good matchup if he is cleared.
Nov 20 - 12:29 PM

Dolphins coach Adam Gase confirmed Jay Cutler is in the concussion protocol.

It is not a surprise after Cutler was ruled out in the second half of the Week 11 loss. Gase said there is "no reason" Cutler would not be his starter if he is healthy, but he is not a lock to be cleared in time to face the Patriots on Sunday. Matt Moore will get the start if Cutler has to sit.
Nov 20 - 12:23 PM




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