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Coach Bruce Arians told reporters Friday that Michael Floyd (questionable, shoulder) will play in Week 11 against Jacksonville.

Floyd practiced on Thursday and Friday after suffering an apparently mild AC sprain in his shoulder early in last week's win over the Texans. He'll man his usual No. 2 wideout role behind Larry Fitzgerald this week. Whatever Week 11 sleeper appeal Andre Roberts may have had has now evaporated.
Fri, Nov 15, 2013 02:34:00 PM

Bears placed WR Marquess Wilson (broken collarbone) on injured reserve/designated to return.

Sep 2 - 4:42 PM

NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Cowboys are considering free agent DE Michael Sam for their practice squad.

Specifically, they are "doing research and due diligence" into the idea. ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Sam "will be a Cowboy" as long as his physical goes well. As a 4-3 defense in desperate need of edge rushers, the Cowboys would be an excellent landing spot for Sam after he was a victim of the numbers game along the Rams' loaded line. It's almost beyond belief that Sam has yet to find a practice-squad spot after notching three preseason sacks in four games for the Rams.
Sep 2 - 4:27 PM

Kyle Orton's deal with the Bills is for two years and $11 million.

It includes a $3 million signing bonus, while the second year is voidable. It's a huge chunk of change for a "backup," one that suggests the Bills fully expect Orton to make starts this season. E.J. Manuel is going to have to show something in September to keep his starting gig. If/when Orton takes over, he'll be asked to manage games as the Bills employ one of the league's run-heaviest offenses.
Sep 2 - 4:15 PM

Colts owner Jim Irsay has been suspended six games and fined $500,000 after pleading guilty to operating a vehicle under the influence.

Irsay is not only banned from club or league functions, but social media, as well. It's a stiff penalty for a first-time offense, especially since Irsay ultimately only admitted to one misdemeanor. Prone to heavy-handed dealings with players, commissioner Roger Goodell shouldn't be accused of hypocrisy with his Irsay ruling.
Sep 2 - 2:31 PM

The Jaguars' "unofficial" Week 1 depth chart has Denard Robinson listed as the No. 2 running back ahead of Jordan Todman.

The move comes after Robinson's strong preseason. Shoelace rushed 21 times for 94 yards (4.47 YPC) and a score, adding two catches for 24 yards. Todman was far-less effective, rushing 29 times for only 63 yards (2.17 YPA) and a TD. He was 12/107/0 as a receiver. It appears Shoelace will operate as the Jags' primary change-of-pace back behind Toby Gerhart, but he'd be in a committee with Todman, and perhaps Storm Johnson, were Gerhart to go down. Robinson is not a re-draft consideration outside of exceptionally-deep PPR leagues.
Sep 2 - 2:06 PM

Steven Jackson (hamstring) confirmed he's ready for Sunday's opener.

Jackson sat out the entire preseason, but could have played in the finale. "I'm extremely excited for Week 1," Jackson said. "It's been a training camp that I missed the majority of the time, but I've been working hard physically and mentally to prepare for this coming Sunday; I feel good about it." Jackson could be on a snap count against the Saints after missing so much time in August, but will be a borderline RB2 for what could be a shootout.
Sep 2 - 1:26 PM

Patriots coach Bill Belichick says the team hasn't made a final decision about Rob Gronkowski's (knee) Week 1 status.

"I'm glad that Rob's optimistic about this situation," Belichick said of Gronk's Monday pronouncement that he'll be playing. "With all due respect to Rob — I'm glad he feels the way he does — but, in the end, we'll have to make the decision we feel like is best for the team and we'll do that as we go through the week." It's perhaps the least-surprising development of the week that Belichick is trying to confuse the situation, but it's highly doubtful Gronk would have gone on the record unless he was sure he was suiting up. We expect him to be out there against the Dolphins.
Sep 2 - 1:21 PM

Coach Mike Tomlin confirmed Le'Veon Bell and LeGarrette Blount will both play Week 1 against the Browns.

There was never any doubt. Fantasy owners can pen Bell into lineups without hesitation. Tomlin is paid to win football games, not hand out team-imposed suspensions. Bell will carry the load. Tomlin suggested he could even see upwards of 25 carries. Blount will mix in on early downs and short-yardage situations. Neither player is likely to face league discipline until the 2015 season.
Sep 2 - 12:30 PM

Colts owner Jim Irsay pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle under the influence on Tuesday, and has been sentenced to one year probation and random drug testing.

Irsay pleaded guilty to one of two misdemeanor charges, having the other one dropped as part of his plea deal. His license has also been suspended for one year after toxicology reports revealed he had oxycodone and hydrocodone in his system during his March 16 arrest. The NFL will now likely strike quickly on Irsay. The league likely doesn't want him in attendance for the Week 1 opener.
Source: ESPN.com
Sep 2 - 12:05 PM

Yahoo! Sports' Rand Getlin reports the Saints have signed OLB Junior Galette to a multi-year extension.

Galette inked a three-year, $6.3 million deal before last season before breaking out for 12 sacks under DC Rob Ryan. The 26-year-old former UDFA out of tiny Stillman has 21.5 sacks across the past three seasons and has formed a menacing pass-rush duo along with LE Cameron Jordan. Galette doesn't produce many tackles. He isn't a strong IDP player outside of sack-heavy formats.
Sep 2 - 11:37 AM

The Titans have elevated rookie Bishop Sankey to No. 2 on their tailback depth chart.

He's still behind Shonn Greene, but passed Dexter McCluster. Per beat writer Paul Kuharsky, "all three will be part of the rotation and game plans and matchups will do a lot to dictate their usage." Greene will open the season as the slight favorite for carries over Sankey, and should get almost all short-yardage and goal-line work. McCluster will play the Danny Woodhead role under ex-Chargers OC Ken Whisenhunt. Although his ascent has been slow, we still expect Sankey to emerge from this pack as the Titans' leader in 2014 touches.
Source: ESPN.com
Sep 2 - 11:14 AM




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