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The Cleveland Plain Dealer suggests second-year WR Josh Gordon is headed for a "breakout season" in the Browns' new offense.

Reporter Terry Pluto observed at OTAs that the game comes "outrageously easy" to Gordon, who "glides down the field" and will be the featured target in Rob Chudzinski's vertical passing attack. Gordon was one of the league's most dangerous vertical receivers as a rookie. In our 2012 tape study, we observed Gordon to have movement skills not dissimilar from Andre Johnson.
Mon, May 20, 2013 01:50:00 PM

Chiefs placed K Cairo Santos on injured reserve.

Harrison Butker was signed off the Panthers' practice squad as a replacement. It is not clear what injury Santos is dealing with, but he missed time in training camp with a groin issue. It is possible he is brought back later in the season.
Sep 26 - 11:28 AM

John Brown (quad) worked out before the Cardinals' game on Monday night.

Brown was not able to practice at all last week, so this is at least a step in the correct direction. That said, there does not seem to be much hope for a quick return, and Brown has struggled to stay healthy over the last year. He is nothing more than a hopeful bench stash for fantasy.
Sep 26 - 11:15 AM

Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio reports there is "no end in sight" for Texans LT Duane Brown's holdout.

Brown will have to show up around Week 8 to make sure his contract does not toll, but it does not look like he is planning to end his holdout before then. The Texans also are not interested in playing ball and have not had any negotiations with the left tackle since the holdout began. At this point, a trade may be the best outcome for both sides.
Sep 26 - 11:04 AM

Redskins coach Jay Gruden said he is not going to give Chris Thompson more touches.

"He's going to keep pushing me for them, but he's not going to get them," Gruden said. The back is averaging a ridiculous 13 yards per touch so far this season, but the coach wants to make sure Thompson, who has a long injury history, stays on the field for 16 games. That said, it will be impossible to keep him out of the lineup if he continues to produce like he has the first three weeks.
Source: ESPN
Sep 26 - 10:09 AM

Redskins coach Jay Gruden said Rob Kelley (ribs) will still be the team's "No. 1 lead dog" when healthy.

Kelley surprisingly sat out Sunday night's matchup with the Raiders, a game Chris Thompson dominated as he has all season. Still, Washington seemingly does not want to use Thompson as more than a complementary back, meaning Kelley should lead the backfield in touches when he is healthy. Kelley is expected to participate when Washington opens their practice week on Thursday.
Source: ESPN
Sep 26 - 9:59 AM

Chiefs coach Andy Reid said he does not plan to scale back Kareem Hunt's workload.

The rookie is on pace for almost 300 touches, but his coach is not concerned about him hitting the wall. "No, I think we’re okay with how we’re using him," Reid said. "I just go off of the feel I have and the experience, we’ll be all right there." Perhaps the usage wears him down as the season goes on, but right now Hunt is as good as they come at running back. He will be an elite play in a great matchup against Washington on Monday night.
Sep 26 - 9:52 AM

Coach Adam Gase said he is fed up with the Dolphins' "garbage" offense.

"A lot of bad football. More mental errors than we've had the last two years," Gase said. "I'll find the guys that want to do it right, and those are the guys that will play." Similarly fed up with his team after a bad start last season, Gase cut three offensive linemen on the same day, so it is possible a big shakeup is on the way. That said, none of it will matter if Jay Cutler does not play better than he did on Sunday.
Sep 26 - 9:46 AM

Melvin Gordon said his injured knee is "good."

Gordon is reportedly dealing with a "minor" bone bruise in the same knee which required microfracture surgery after his rookie year. That is at least slightly concerning, but neither the player nor his coach appears to be worried. "He’s sore," Anthony Lynn said. "He was sore last week. We’ll monitor him this week, but I’m sure he’ll be fine." As long as he is active, Gordon will be a locked-in RB1 against the Eagles.
Source: ESPN
Sep 26 - 9:35 AM

Kerwynn Williams played just 1-of-81 offensive snaps in the Cardinals' Week 3 loss to the Cowboys.

He rushed the ball for three yards on his one carry. Williams started Week 2 against the Colts in the aftermath of the David Johnson (wrist) injury, but he was awful against Indianapolis and was relegated to return-man duties in this one. Even Elijhaa Penny played more snaps (two) than Williams. Chris Johnson and Andre Ellington are the top two backs in the desert. Williams can safely be dropped in all formats. He was a complete waste of early-season FAAB.
Sep 26 - 12:04 AM

Carson Palmer completed 29-of-48 passes for 325 yards and two touchdowns in the Cardinals' Week 3 loss to the Cowboys on Monday night.

Palmer was white-hot right out of the gates; the offensive line was protecting him well early, and Palmer was picking apart the middle of the Cowboys' defense with Larry Fitzgerald, Jaron Brown, and Jermaine Gresham. Palmer only had three incompletions in the first half. But Arizona's blocking fell completely apart and three-man rushes by Dallas were even getting to Palmer. He ended the night with a string of incompletions. The popular talk on Twitter has been Palmer is washed up, but his arm still looks strong and the ball placement has been there. The OL is the problem. Things should get a bit easier next week at home against the 49ers where Palmer will be a QB1.
Sep 25 - 11:59 PM

Dak Prescott completed 13-of-18 passes for 183 yards and two touchdowns in the Cowboys' 28-17, Week 3 win over the Cardinals on Monday night, adding a 16 yards rushing and a third touchdown.

Dallas barely possessed the ball in the first 20 minutes of game action, going three-and-out on its first two possessions while watching the Cardinals string together two exhausting offensive drives. Prescott went into the half with just 25 scoreless yards passing and the 10-yard rushing score. After the break, though, Prescott was a man on fire. He was making incredible throws, especially while on the move, hitting Brice Butler for a beautiful 37-yard score on the run. Butler later caught a 53-yard bomb from Prescott to set up an Ezekiel Elliott touchdown to seal the win. Prescott's other touchdown was a short score to Dez Bryant, who powered through half the Arizona defense on his way to the goal line. Prescott will be a mid-to-low QB1 next week at home against the Rams.
Sep 25 - 11:52 PM




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