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Patriots CB Aqib Talib (hip) is practicing Wednesday.

Talib also practiced on a limited basis last week, but sat out the win over the Dolphins. If active Sunday, the DPOY candidate figures to lock horns with Antonio Brown.
Wed, Oct 30, 2013 11:00:00 AM

Profootballtalk reports Marshawn Lynch (back, illness) will "without question" play against the 49ers on Thanksgiving.

It's not a surprise, as coach Pete Carroll essentially guaranteed on Monday that Beast Mode would suit up for Seattle's grudge match with the 49ers. Lynch has been playing mostly dominant football, but on a short week against a tough run defense, he'll be a lower-end RB1 for Week 13.
Nov 25 - 6:26 PM

Broncos signed K Connor Barth.

He'll replace second-year undrafted free agent Brandon McManus, who's been waived after missing four of his first 13 field-goal attempts. Barth has been accurate throughout his career with a big leg, but missed all of 2013 with an Achilles' injury. He was released by the Bucs at final cuts. Provided he's healthy, Barth will be a weekly fantasy option for the Broncos' high-scoring offense.
Source: Denver Post
Nov 25 - 3:53 PM

The Denver Post says "there's a chance" Julius Thomas (ankle) could return for Sunday night's game against the Chiefs.

Thomas sat out Week 12 with his sprained left ankle. His status can't be taken for granted for Week 13, but he's trending in the right direction. "I have had better days, and I have had worse days," Thomas said Monday. "You hope you just wake up one day and it feels good again, but that didn't happen last week. But it has improved." Jacob Tamme was held to just one catch filling in for Thomas last week.
Source: Denver Post
Nov 25 - 11:16 AM

According to ESPN Cleveland, signs point toward Jordan Cameron (concussion) playing in Week 13.

Cameron has suffered three concussions since 2012, but has been assured by doctors he's not putting his long-term health in jeopardy by continuing to play football. He practiced on Friday and is expected to practice this week before suiting up against the Bills. With Josh Gordon back to clear out the middle of the field, Cameron is trending up at the razor-thin tight end position. He needs to be scooped up off waivers if he was dropped in your league.
Nov 25 - 10:55 AM

SS Troy Polamalu (knee), ILB Ryan Shazier (ankle) and CB Ike Taylor (arm) are all expected to return for Sunday's Week 13 game against the Saints.

It's a much-needed talent infusion for the Steelers as they come out of their bye. Their defensive unit has been getting shredded for much of the year, even struggling to contain the likes of Zach Mettenberger and Michael Vick recently. Polamalu is no longer a dominator at age 33, but he'll add playmaking ability as he comes off his knee sprain. Shazier's sideline-to-sideline speed jumps off the screen and Ike Taylor at least gives veteran experience opposite William Gay. The Steelers are also expected to get OLB Jarvis Jones (wrist) and DL Steve McLendon (shoulder) back shortly.
Nov 25 - 10:32 AM

According to the New York Daily News, Rex Ryan wants to start Michael Vick in Week 13 against the Dolphins.

Beat writer Manish Mehta couches his report by saying Ryan had to clear his previous decision to change quarterbacks previously with GM John Idzik and owner Woody Johnson. "Override this time is possible too," Mehta says. There's also the issue of Vick's calf, which isn't considered a serious issue but could give the front office an out if they want to see what Geno Smith has over the final five meaningless games. Although Vick was nothing short of atrocious on Monday night, we'd still prefer him to get the nod if we own Percy Harvin or Eric Decker.
Nov 25 - 9:29 AM

Drew Brees completed 35-of-45 passes for 420 yards, three touchdowns, and one interception in the Saints' 34-27, Week 12 loss to the Ravens on Monday night.

Brees averaged a healthy 9.3 YPA, but his night will be most remembered for a pick-six to Will Hill late in the third quarter that put the Ravens ahead on the scoreboard for good. It was Brees' third pick-six of the season, as he's been crippled by back-breaking turnovers all year. His three scores went to Jimmy Graham, Marques Colston, and Graham again. The 4-7 Saints are clearly the most talented team in the abysmal NFC South and still sit atop the standings, but they lost all three games on the homestand. They'll try and right the ship next week in Pittsburgh.
Nov 24 - 11:44 PM

Justin Forsett rushed for 182 yards and two touchdowns on 22 carries in the Ravens' 34-27, Week 12 win over the Saints on Monday night.

He added two catches for eight yards. Rob Ryan's Saints defense came into the night allowing 4.3 YPC, 11th-worst in the league. Meanwhile, Baltimore has the league's ninth-ranked rushing offense. The Ravens' mauling offensive line pushed the New Orleans front around all night, creating gaping holes for Forsett, who walked in untouched on his 13- and 20-yard touchdowns. His longest run of the night came on the Ravens' opening play, when Forsett busted through a mammoth hole for 38 yards. Forsett will remain an RB1 next week vs. San Diego.
Nov 24 - 11:39 PM

Bengals RT Andre Smith suffered a torn triceps in Week 12 and is done for the season.

Smith will have surgery next week. The 27-year-old has had a down season, struggling with penalties, but he's been okay in pass protection, surrendering just four sacks. The Bengals will turn to Marshall Newhouse at right tackle. He's a replacement-level talent. Smith is due $5.6 million in 2015.
Nov 24 - 11:05 PM

Fred Jackson is active for Monday night's game against the Jets.

He was listed as questionable with a groin injury. F-Jax's workload is unclear, but we suspect he'll end up playing the most snaps in Buffalo's backfield. The Bills' inactives are FB Frank Summers, WR Marquise Goodwin, TE MarQuies Gray, OT Cyrus Kouandjio, DL Jarius Wynn, DE Bryan Johnson, and LB Randell Johnson.
Nov 24 - 5:34 PM

Chiefs placed SS Eric Berry on the reserve/non-football illness list, ending his season.

Per ESPN Chiefs reporter Adam Teicher, the team believes Berry has lymphoma. If so, it's a scary time for Berry and his family. It's also a huge loss for the Chiefs, who may have to reinsert Marcus Cooper as a starting corner after moving Ron Parker from safety the past few weeks. The fifth overall pick in the 2010 NFL draft, Berry turns 26 in December. This is his contract year.
Nov 24 - 5:02 PM

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