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Browns signed WR David Nelson to a one-year contract.

Nelson, 26, tore his right ACL in Week 1 last season after compiling a 61/658/10.8/5 stat line in Buffalo's Pistol Spread in 2011. Essentially a tight end at 6-foot-5, 220, sure-handed Nelson was the Bills' primary slot receiver, although his role in new coach Rob Chudzinski's Cleveland offense may not be determined until training camp. Nelson should be all systems go for offseason workouts. Chudzinski has never made a habit of heavily involving slot receivers in the passing game, so we don't love the Nelson fit from a fantasy perspective.
Mon, Apr 8, 2013 06:32:00 PM

Brandon Marshall (knee, foot) remained sidelined at Friday's practice.

He was held out on Thursday, as well. The Jets play the Colts on Monday night, so the coaching staff is likely just getting Marshall an extra day of rest. It would be surprising if Marshall didn't return to practice on Saturday.
Dec 2 - 12:45 PM

DeVante Parker (back) remained sidelined at Friday's practice.

Dolphins OC Clyde Christensen already seemed to admit on Thursday that Parker was an extreme long shot to play Sunday. Kenny Stills and rookie Leonte Carroo will play bigger roles on the outside with Jarvis Landry in the slot.
Dec 2 - 12:33 PM

Jordan Reed (shoulder) remained sidelined at Friday's practice.

Reed probably isn't going to play Sunday against the Cardinals. He's been unable to do much of anything this week, limited to watching practices from the sideline. Vernon Davis will play roughly every snap and is on the TE1 map, even in a tough matchup against a Cardinals team No. 1 vs. TEs.
Dec 2 - 12:20 PM

Coach Rex Ryan said Sammy Watkins (foot) will play Week 13 against the Raiders.

The Bills listed him as questionable. Watkins is said to still have a broken bone in his foot, according to OC Anthony Lynn, and how much he plays against the Raiders remains up in the air. Watkins is a WR2/3 at less than 100 percent.
Dec 2 - 12:06 PM

Coach Gus Bradley admitted T.J. Yeldon's (ankle) Week 13 workload will be a game-time decision.

Chris Ivory (hamstring) being ruled out has put Yeldon on the fantasy map against a mediocre Broncos run defense. But Yeldon isn't 100 percent himself and figures to be unable to carry a full load after rushing just six times for 17 yards in Ivory's absence last week. ESPN Jaguars reporter Michael DiRocco reports there will be "lots of work" for Denard Robinson "regardless."
Source: ESPN.com
Dec 2 - 11:23 AM

Chris Ivory (hamstring) has been ruled out for Week 13 against the Broncos.

Allen Hurns (hamstring) has also been ruled out, while Julius Thomas (back) is listed doubtful. With Ivory out, T.J. Yeldon figures to get the start. He wasn't 100 percent last week coming off an ankle issue and missed some practice time earlier this week. Yeldon and Denard Robinson should form a timeshare.
Dec 2 - 11:18 AM

Ryan Mathews (knee) has been ruled out for Week 13 against the Bengals.

In Mathews' absence last week, Wendell Smallwood got the start and split work 50-50 with Darren Sproles. Smallwood handled the running work, while Sproles was in for all the pass downs. Neither is more than a flex option.
Dec 2 - 10:53 AM

Jordan Matthews (ankle) is questionable for Week 13 against the Bengals.

Matthews returned to a limited practice on Thursday but "got a little sore," putting his status for Week 13 up in the air. Matthews was unable to play through the sprained ankle Monday night and is now on a short week. Even if he plays, he's at risk for bowing out early. Consider him a risky WR3.
Dec 2 - 10:49 AM

Jason Witten wasn't targeted in the Cowboys' Week 13 win over the Vikings.

Witten actually did snag a pass, but it was called back by a Cowboys penalty. The catch-less effort was his first since Nov. 16, 2008, a span of 130 games. Stunning. Witten will enter Week 14 with 70 yards over his past three games. He'll be a low-upside TE2 against the Giants.
Dec 2 - 12:00 AM

Sam Bradford completed 32-of-45 passes for 247 yards and a touchdown in the Vikings' 17-15, Week 13 loss to the Cowboys.

Awful line play, receivers not making plays, bad penalties on his teammates, missed calls by the refs: This one had all the usual Bradford alibis. They still couldn't obscure a simple truth: Bradford wasn't very good. Dinking and dunking like he was still with the 2010 Rams with OC Pat Shurmur, Bradford rarely threatened a thoroughly unimposing defense. He should have thrown an interception, but it was called back by a silly Cowboys penalty. Bradford did have a nice final drive with the Vikings desperately needing a touchdown, but it was the definition of too little, too late. Bradford doesn't scare opposing defenses. They sit and wait for him to check the ball down. Bradford won't be a recommended QB2 for next week's road trip to Jacksonville.
Dec 1 - 11:43 PM

Dak Prescott completed 12-of-18 passes for 139 yards and a touchdown in the Cowboys' 17-15, Week 13 win over the Vikings.

He added six carries for 37 yards, lost a fumble and committed second fumble late that the Cowboys were able to recover. It was probably Prescott's second worst start of the season, but it came in a victory all the same. Having trouble hitting big plays against the Vikings' elite defense, Prescott did manage to extend a few drives with his legs. The uninspiring performance was hardly all Dak's fault, and it was not a concerning outing. Prescott should bounce-back to QB1 status against the Giants next Sunday night.
Dec 1 - 11:38 PM




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