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NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Browns are "pushing" to interview Patriots OC Josh McDaniels for their head-coaching vacancy.

Per RapSheet, the soonest McDaniels can interview is January 5. Browns GM Mike Lombardi is known to be a huge fan of McDaniels, penning a defense of McD's failed tenure as the Broncos' head coach while Lombardi worked for NFL.com. McDaniels is the tentative favorite to be Cleveland's next head coach.
Mon, Dec 30, 2013 03:48:00 PM

FOX Sports' Alex Marvez reports Josh McCown (thumb) is expected to miss "several weeks."

McCown was believed to be dealing with only a sprain, but the injury could include ligament damage. Mike Glennon will get an extended look in McCown's absence and could remain the starter going forward. McCown was struggling to move the offense prior to going down, and had a 2:4 TD:INT ratio through two and a half games.
Sep 19 - 8:50 PM

NFL suspended DE Dion Jordan four games for violating the league's substance-abuse policy.

Jordan was on track for reinstatement this week after his previously imposed four-game PED suspension was lifted on Wednesday. He'll now serve an additional four games for testing positive for a substance of abuse. Jordan will be eligible to return in Week 7.
Sep 19 - 5:08 PM

Bernard Pierce (thigh) is listed as questionable for Week 3 at Cleveland.

Pierce did practice on a limited basis Friday, which indicates he's more likely than not to suit up against the Browns. Still, it's fair to wonder if an injury to Pierce could be the opening rookie Lorenzo Taliaferro needs to grab playing time. Pierce was ineffective for most of last Thursday night's game, before racking up garbage-time yards. Justin Forsett remains a change-up back.
Sep 19 - 3:48 PM

Jalen Parmele will be the Cardinals' short-yardage and goal-line back going forward.

That's what Bruce Arians announced on Friday. Stepfan Taylor will not get goal-line carries in Jonathan Dwyer's absence, and nor will Andre Ellington. A 28-year-old journeyman, Parmele carries little or no fantasy value.
Source: Darren
Sep 19 - 3:46 PM

Cardinals coach Bruce Arians announced Friday that Drew Stanton will start at quarterback against the 49ers.

It's fine news for Larry Fitzgerald but concerning for Michael Floyd, whom Stanton missed on five of his six targets in last week's win over the Giants. Floyd had a 19-yard reception on the first play of the game, and from that point on turned in a goose egg. Until Carson Palmer (shoulder) returns, Floyd can only be viewed as a fantasy WR3. Fitzgerald is a WR2/3 option.
Sep 19 - 3:36 PM

Coach Lovie Smith stated Friday that Josh McCown remains the Buccaneers' starting quarterback when healthy.

Shades of Rex Grossman. "Josh is our starter," Smith insisted. "We're looking at one game right now. It would be simple if Josh was the only guy who played bad. It seems like the only guy I'm asked about, 'is Josh your starter?' You can ask that about quite a few people, starting with me. Am I still the head coach based on that effort? But a little more goes into it than that." McCown suffered a sprained right (throwing) thumb in Thursday night's blowout loss to Atlanta. The Buccaneers aren't ready to hand the reins to Mike Glennon just yet.
Sep 19 - 3:29 PM

Arian Foster (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Week 3 against the Giants.

Foster was limited in practice all week. Although Foster's availability is not known to be in danger against the G-Men, this is a reminder of his durability woes. He leads the NFL in carries through two games. Foster also has a scary injury history when it comes to hamstrings. It's worth noting Alfred Blue ran ahead of Jonathan Grimes in Week 2, and saw 11 carries to Grimes' three.
Sep 19 - 3:03 PM

Keenan Allen (groin) is listed as questionable for Week 3 at Buffalo after practicing on a limited basis Friday.

He was limited in both Thursday and Friday's practices. The fact that Allen did bounce back to get in some reps Friday should bode well, and we'll know his Week 3 availability early on Sunday because the Chargers trek to Buffalo for a 1PM ET game. If Allen does play, he'll be a borderline WR1 in fantasy.
Sep 19 - 2:50 PM

Jamaal Charles (ankle, questionable) was limited in Chiefs practice Friday.

"He did OK," coach Andy Reid said after the workout. "He looked a little sore, but he did OK." Charles is shaping up as a game-time decision in Sunday's afternoon tilt with the Dolphins. Considering the game's late start and Charles' inability to practice fully, he won't be a recommended Week 3 FanDuel option.
Sep 19 - 2:47 PM

A.J. Green (toe) is officially listed as probable for Week 3 against the Titans.

Green was upgraded to full participation at Friday's practice after experiencing no setbacks from Thursday's limited session. He's already said that he plans to play Sunday. We conservatively have Green as our No. 10 receiver for Week 3, but he gets a boost with Titans top CB Jason McCourty dinged up.
Sep 19 - 2:06 PM

Eric Decker (hamstring) remained sidelined at Jets practice Friday.

Coach Rex Ryan remains confident Decker will be available Monday night against the Bears, and says Decker doesn't have to practice to play. With few pass-game alternates outside of Jeremy Kerley in the Jets-Bears game to hold in case Decker misses, owners with other WR3 options would be wise to plug them in over Decker. It'd be nice to see Decker practice Saturday afternoon.
Sep 19 - 1:55 PM




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