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Bears selected Georgia DE Cornelius Washington with the No. 188 overall pick.

Washington (6-foot-4, 265) played out of position as a five-technique end in Georgia's 3-4 as a senior, which helped limit him to just 22 tackles -- three for a loss -- and a paltry half-sack across 14 games. He played linebacker in 2011 and posted five sacks. Washington has 34-inch arms and shredded the Combine with a 4.55 forty, 1.60 ten-yard split, 36 bench-press reps and a 39-inch vertical. Washington is a bit of a project, but offers big upside if his talent is harnessed. The Bears are loving test freaks in this draft.
Sat, Apr 27, 2013 04:41:00 PM

Dwayne Allen (ankle) remained sidelined on Thursday.

Allen's odds of returning for Week 13 are appearing lower by the day. A Friday return would change that, but even then, Allen would be no better than 50-50. Owners need to be making other plans.
Nov 27 - 2:40 PM

Jordan Cameron (concussion) remained limited in Thursday's practice.

Cameron has yet to gain final clearance for Sunday's game against the Bills, but continues to trend in the right direction. Cameron's season has been an injury-plagued disaster, but he'll immediately rejoin the TE1 conversation if he gets the green light for Week 13.
Nov 27 - 2:29 PM

Latavius Murray (concussion) practiced again on Thursday.

It's unclear if Murray has gained final clearance, but that should be a formality at this point. Murray will be an upside RB2 against the Rams after dismantling the Chiefs for 112 yards and two touchdowns on only four carries in Week 12.
Nov 27 - 1:50 PM

The Falcons expect Roddy White (ankle) to resume practicing on Friday.

Specifically, White will do "some" work. Coach Mike Smith didn't comment on White's Sunday status, but suiting up on Friday would put him on track to go against the Cardinals. White's status cannot be taken for granted, but he can remained penciled in as a WR2.
Nov 27 - 1:30 PM

Updating an earlier item, Davante Adams was limited in Thursday's practice with a heel issue.

Earlier reports pegged Adams as "DNP." According to coach Mike McCarthy, Adams got "stepped on" in Wednesday's session. It's a good sign Adams got in some reps on Thursday, but his Friday status will be all important for his Week 13 availability.
Nov 27 - 1:24 PM

Julius Thomas (ankle) returned to Broncos practice Thursday.

Thomas was "limited," but it's his first real practice since getting hurt in Week 11. How he's able to bounce back on Friday will be key, but Thomas is now tentatively on track to suit up for Sunday night's game against the Chiefs. Thomas' status will be updated no later than Friday afternoon.
Nov 27 - 1:19 PM

Coach Bill O'Brien said he expects Arian Foster (groin) to play in Sunday's game against the Titans.

Always slow to recover from soft-tissue injuries, Foster hasn't played since Week 9. He's on track to start against a Titans team that's among the worst in the NFL in most run-defense metrics, putting him squarely in the top-5 running back conversation for the week. Alfred Blue still needs to be owned just in case Foster sustains a setback.
Nov 27 - 12:28 PM

Reggie Bush (ankle) is inactive for Thursday's Week 13 game against the Bears.

The ankle that's bothered Bush since Week 5 is still not right. The Lions are hopeful he can play in Week 14, but it's far from a certainty. As for Thursday, Joique Bell gets a tick up as he projects for roughly 20 touches against a middling Bears run defense. Theo Riddick, averaging 7.2 touches per game in the four Bush has missed this year, is also on the radar as a PPR flier. He's been quiet the last two weeks, but it's notable that those came in two very difficult spots (at ARZ, at NE).
Nov 27 - 10:03 AM

Sources tell the Washington Post it's "highly unlikely" Robert Griffin III will return to the Redskins next season.

On draft day in 2012, the Redskins gave the Rams their first-round picks in 2012, 2013 and 2014 in addition to a 2012 second-rounder for the right to take Griffin No. 2 overall. He was spectacular while leading the Redskins to the playoffs as a rookie, but suffered a career-altering ACL tear in the Wild Card game against the Seahawks. Since then, RG3 has tanked in terms of on-field performance, getting benched by Mike Shanahan late last year and again by Jay Gruden this year. Gruden appears to have convinced meddling owner Dan Snyder that the Redskins need to find a quarterback that fits his pocket-passer scheme, meaning Griffin can likely be had for pennies on the dollar this offseason.
Nov 27 - 9:20 AM

Sources close to the situation tell the Philly Inquirer that Nick Foles' (collarbone) best case scenario would be a Week 16 return.

Foles will have a followup appointment next week. The Philly Inquirer's Jeff McLane reports Foles' initial timetable of 6-8 weeks was likely on the optimistic side, and the collarbone must be "more than" fully healed in order to prevent against doing further damage to the bone. As Mark Sanchez has become increasingly turnover prone the more he's played, the chances have increased of Foles regaining his starting quarterback job when healthy.
Nov 26 - 11:50 PM

Jordan Reed (hamstring) says he'll play Week 13 against the Colts.

Reed got in a limited practice Wednesday, participating in individual drills. His Week 11 hamstring injury will end up costing him just one game. With Colt McCoy's insertion into the lineup, Reed makes for an interesting TE1 streaming option in a game the Redskins will likely be playing catch-up.
Nov 26 - 3:48 PM




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