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Raiders claimed DL Brian Sanford off waivers from the Browns.

Again, they'll take what they can get. Sanford, 26, is a 6-foot-2, 280-pound defensive line 'tweener at 6-foot-2 and 280 pounds. The Seahawks did try trading for Sanford in August, but the deal was rescinded when John Moffitt failed his Browns physical. Sanford will add depth to a pathetic Raiders D-Line.
Sun, Sep 1, 2013 04:00:00 PM

Jordan Reed (hamstring) is out for Thursday night's Week 12 game against the Giants.

Reed was initially listed questionable and labeled a game-time decision by coach Jay Gruden just 45 minutes ago, but the team has since corrected the injury report. Vernon Davis gets the green light against the league's worst tight end defense and is a strong play in daily leagues on Thanksgiving.
Nov 22 - 1:38 PM

Matt Forte (knee) is not practicing on Wednesday.

Even coming out of the bye, Forte isn't quite ready to return. Things didn't go as expected in Week 10 against the Bucs, with Bilal Powell and Elijah McGuire essentially splitting the work 50-50 and Powell being one of the biggest fantasy busts of the week. Expect a similar split if Forte sits again.
Nov 22 - 1:22 PM

Chris Hogan (shoulder) remained sidelined at Wednesday's practice.

Hogan hasn't practiced since getting hurt in Week 8. He needs to return to practice before he has a chance to play. Brandin Cooks, Danny Amendola, and Rex Burkhead will continue to soak up extra looks in Hogan's absence.
Nov 22 - 1:04 PM

Sterling Shepard (migraines) is questionable for Thanksgiving night against the Redskins.

The Giants and Redskins kick off the third and final game of Thanksgiving at 8:30 PM ET, and a lot of the daily fantasy slate can change with Shepard's game status. Shepard missed practice Tuesday after getting in a limited session Monday, so it doesn't look good. We'll hope to learn more in the next 24 hours. If Shepard sits, Travis Rudolph figures to man the slot for the G-Men.
Nov 22 - 12:40 PM

Greg Olsen (foot, I.R.) is practicing again Wednesday.

He remains on the I.R. list, but Olsen is on track to be activated this week in time for Sunday's game against the Jets. If active, we would expect Olsen to play his normal snaps and hop right back on the TE1 radar in a plus matchup. Once Olsen is activated, Ed Dickson can officially be dropped in all leagues.
Source: ESPN.com
Nov 22 - 12:36 PM

Jacoby Brissett remains in the concussion protocol.

Brissett will be limited in Wednesday's practice and will need to get some contact work Thursday before seeing an independent neurologist later in the week. He should gain clearance ahead of Sunday's divisional tilt with the Titans, where Brissett would be a streaming option on the home turf.
Nov 22 - 12:23 PM

Jay Cutler remains in the concussion protocol.

Coach Adam Gase said they'll wait it out and decide on a quarterback later in the week. At this point, it doesn't really matter who starts between Cutler and Matt Moore. The difference between the two is marginal.
Nov 22 - 12:10 PM

Ty Montgomery (ribs) is not practicing Wednesday.

Montgomery's injury isn't believed to be serious, but he's been battling it for most of the season and aggravated in Week 10 before missing Week 11. With Montgomery and Aaron Jones (knee) looking doubtful and Devante Mays fumbling his first two carries last week, it'll likely be all the Jamaal Williams he can handle against the Steelers. Volume puts Williams on the RB2/3 map.
Source: ESPN.com
Nov 22 - 12:01 PM

Coach Vance Joseph announced Paxton Lynch will start Week 12 against the Raiders.

It was reported Tuesday that this would be the decision out of Denver, and it's now official. The Broncos have lost six in a row and are in a complete free fall after Trevor Siemian and Brock Osweiler took turns seeing who could be worse at quarterback. We're not sure Lynch is any better, but he at least offers playmaking ability and upside and gets a cake matchup out of the gate against the Raiders' dreadful defense that just fired DC Ken Norton on Tuesday. Oakland has set an NFL record going 10 games in a row without an interception to start the season.
Nov 22 - 10:03 AM

Coach Sean McDermott said Kelvin Benjamin (knee) is day to day and will not practice Wednesday.

Day to day seems to be the go-to for McDermott when talking injuries; he's been using it all year, even when it's been certain players will miss multiple games. Benjamin avoided damage to his ACL, but we'd consider him a long shot for Week 12 against the Chiefs. Jordan Matthews (knee) is expected back, and Zay Jones is healthy after injuring his knee back in Week 9.
Nov 22 - 9:54 AM

Coach Sean McDermott announced Tyrod Taylor will start Week 12 against the Chiefs.

There was no way McDermott could have seriously gone back to rookie Nathan Peterman after he tossed five picks in the first half of his first NFL start last week against the Chargers and had to be yanked at halftime. If McDermott would have gone back to him, he would have risked mutiny from his players. Taylor deserves the job. He's on the fantasy radar this week against a below-average Chiefs defense, though it's important to note Taylor is much better at home than on the road, and Arrowhead Stadium is one of the more difficult environments.
Nov 22 - 9:49 AM




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