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Denarius Moore underwent an MRI on his shoulder Monday.

Moore suffered the previously unknown injury in Sunday's win over the Texans. The results of his MRI are not yet known. Moore was held to two catches for 11 yards in Houston, and drew only six targets. It's quite possible his health was a factor. However, the fact that his injury flew under the radar is a sign tests are unlikely to turn up anything major.
Mon, Nov 18, 2013 04:43:00 PM

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

The Houston Chronicle considers Arian Foster (groin) "likely" to return to the starting lineup in Week 13 against the Titans.

Foster resumed practicing Wednesday after two games off, and "looked pretty good," coach Bill O'Brien said. If Foster starts, he'll be a top-shelf RB1 against a Titans defense serving up season-best rushing days left and right.
Nov 26 - 11:29 PM

Arian Foster (groin) returned to practice Wednesday.

According to coach Bill O'Brien, who's been spewing hot garbage about Foster of late, Foster "looked good" Wednesday and "has a good chance to play" Week 13 against the Titans. He said the same thing last week, and Foster ended up sitting Week 12. We'll hope for something more concrete later in the week.
Nov 26 - 4:01 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

Latavius Murray (concussion) is practicing Wednesday.

Murray still hasn't gained full clearance, but he's now on track to play against the Rams. Barring a setback, he should start and handle the majority of carries, with Marcel Reece likely mixing in on third downs. Coming off his breakout 112-yard, two-touchdown game last week, Murray will be a high-upside RB2/FLEX option.
Nov 26 - 3:17 PM

Larry Fitzgerald (knee) remained sidelined at Wednesday's practice.

He's "making some progress," but remains highly questionable for Week 13 against the Falcons due to a sprained MCL. If Fitzgerald can't go, Michael Floyd and John Brown get serious boosts, while Jaron Brown would also be on the radar as the No. 3 receiver. Consider Fitzgerald 50-50 for Sunday.
Nov 26 - 2:42 PM

ESPN Colts reporter Mike Wells reports Boom Herron will continue to start over Trent Richardson.

Coach Chuck Pagano would only say that Herron "may" start again this week against the Redskins because he practiced so well leading up to Week 12, but most Colts beat writers get the impression it'll be Herron getting the nod over Richardson again. This comes two days after Richardson said he didn't start last week because he was recovering from the flu. We didn't buy it. It really doesn't matter, as the two will split reps, but it shows the Colts are higher on Herron than sloth-like T-Rich in the backfield.
Nov 26 - 2:20 PM

Jordan Cameron (concussion) is practicing Wednesday, but remains day-to-day.

Coach Mike Pettine said, "We're looking for [Cameron] to practice symptom-free for a couple of days in a row. Still day-to-day." If Cameron can string a few practices together this week, he'll likely be active for Week 13 against the Bills after missing the past four games. He's a high-upside add for the stretch run.
Nov 26 - 1:24 PM

Coach Jay Gruden confirmed Colt McCoy will start Week 13 against the Colts, and Robert Griffin III has been benched.

Gruden said he believed McCoy deserved a promotion. The Redskins likely would have won last week in San Francisco had McCoy been under center. McCoy won't be a recommended fantasy option, though he could rack up garbage-time numbers as a QB2 on Sunday in Indianapolis. DeSean Jackson remains a WR2 with big-play upside. Alfred Morris's stock may take the biggest hit, as he's always had more success running the ball with RGIII under center.
Nov 26 - 12:12 PM

Odell Beckham (back) is practicing in full for Week 13.

Beckham took a knee to the back last Sunday night and missed one play before returning. He admitted he was sore Monday, but his status for Week 13 against the Jaguars was never in doubt. This confirms it. Beckham will be a borderline WR1/2 against Jacksonville's burnable secondary on Sunday.
Nov 26 - 11:13 AM

The Jets have named Geno Smith their starting quarterback for Week 13 against the Dolphins.

Unfortunately, we'll all be subjected to this nightmare of a quarterback situation on Monday Night Football. At this point, it doesn't even matter who starts under center for the Jets. Both Smith and Michael Vick are beyond horrible, having nothing but a negative effect on the entire pass game. Eric Decker and Percy Harvin don't receive a boost or downgrade, while Smith is obviously not even an option in two-quarterback leagues. GM John Idzik likely forced coach Rex Ryan's hand here to get one last look at Geno.
Nov 26 - 8:58 AM




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