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According to Joe Bucs Fan, Doug Martin looks "quicker" and "bulkier" this year.

"Looks like a guy who’s been pounding it in the weight room," wrote Joe Bucs Fan. ESPN Bucs reporter Jenna Laine also posted a clip on Twitter showing Martin with a bursting run around the left side, with Laine noting "powerful running" and "nice cuts." There is obviously no contact at minicamp this week, but all reports around a rejuvenated Martin have been positive since he left rehab. Now basically year-to-year on his deal, Martin seems out to prove he still has "it" after a rough 2016. He'll have RB2 appeal once his three-game ban runs dry.
Tue, Jun 13, 2017 10:14:00 PM

Keenan Allen (hip) did not return to the Chargers' Week 15 win over the Chiefs after going down in the first half.

Allen was injured with 10:37 remaining in the second quarter. He briefly returned but was not seen again after halftime. If there is good news, it's that Allen did spend the second half on the sideline. Seriously injured players do not do that. Allen has 10 days to heal up for next week's all-important home date with the Ravens.
Dec 14 - 12:20 AM

Damien Williams rushed 10 times for 49 yards and two touchdowns in the Chiefs' Week 15 loss to the Chargers, adding six receptions for 74 additional yards.

If you spent the rest of your FAAB budget on the Chiefs' third No. 1 running back, congratulations. He probably just won you your semifinals matchup. The Chiefs ran just 53 plays on a night with weird game flow, otherwise Williams would have racked up even more work. He showed some shake and bake on an early 22-yard run and looked springy for most of the affair. He was more than capable of holding down the fort in Spencer Ware's absence. Ware (shoulder, hamstring) would seem to have a decent shot at returning in Week 16, which would throw the Chiefs' backfield into full-blown chaos from a fantasy perspective.
Dec 13 - 11:57 PM

Mike Williams caught 7-of-9 targets for 76 yards and two touchdowns in the Chargers' 29-28, Week 15 win over the Chiefs, adding a 19-yard touchdown rush and game-sealing two-point conversion.

Williams was simply everywhere this evening, almost single-handedly willing the Chargers to victory after Keenan Allen was lost for the night with a hip injury in the first half. Williams' first score was a perfectly-placed ball from Philip Rivers where Williams displayed strong hands in the end zone. No. 2 was a rush where Williams took a toss, shed the Chiefs' contain and hit the hole like a running back. No. 3 came with four seconds remaining and was controversial because Williams slightly juggled the ball going out of bounds. He also appeared to get away with a pushoff one play earlier that instead resulted in a Chiefs DPI. For his final act, Williams was left all alone to catch the game-winning two-point conversion. Williams gets to follow up his dominant effort with a tough Week 16 home matchup with the Ravens.
Dec 13 - 11:49 PM

Patrick Mahomes completed 24-of-34 passes for 243 yards, two touchdowns and zero interceptions in the Chiefs' 29-28, Week 15 loss to the Chargers.

The Chiefs went up 28-14 with 8:15 remaining but could only watch as Philip Rivers rallied the Bolts to a stunning road victory. (The refs, who were omnipresent all night, helped out.) With the Chargers dominating time of possession, the Chiefs could never quite seem to get in rhythm even though Mahomes engineered four separate touchdown drives. Mahomes missed a few more throws than usual, but he also supplied his usual highlight reel passes, including an 11-yard first quarter touchdown to Demarcus Robinson where he initially appeared to be throwing the ball away. Mahomes also attempted a(nother) left-handed pass but could not get the conversion. Looking like a man who is missing Sammy Watkins and Kareem Hunt, Mahomes has 10 days to get ready for the Chiefs' now critical Week 16 road trip to Seattle.
Dec 13 - 11:39 PM

Philip Rivers completed 26-of-38 passes for 313 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions in the Chargers' 29-28, Week 15 win over the Chiefs.

The Chargers went down 28-14 with 8:15 remaining but rallied to stun the Chiefs in a stadium that's been their Waterloo. Rivers connected with Mike Williams with :04 remaining, and the Bolts went for two instead of kicking the extra point. Williams was then left all alone to catch the game-sealing conversion. Rivers' night got off to a nightmarish start, as he tossed a ghastly pair of first half picks. Under constant duress, he took five sacks. The Chargers now head home to face the Ravens before traveling to Denver in Week 17. Both Kansas City and Los Angeles are 11-3, but the Chiefs currently hold the tiebreaker (division record).
Dec 13 - 11:38 PM

Doug Baldwin (hip) returned to limited practice Thursday.

It gives Baldwin a chance to return after missing Week 14. Another limited session on Friday would have Baldwin on track to play against the 49ers, whom he went 2/22/1 against two weeks ago.
Dec 13 - 8:10 PM

Speaking with The Athletic's Calvin Watkins, Amari Cooper said it was Raiders owner Mark Davis who wanted to trade him, not coach Jon Gruden.

This is a hard one to decipher. It's possible Davis was just falling on Gruden's sword so as not to make the coach the bad guy. It will also fuel the somewhat persistent rumors that the Raiders are having "cash flow" issues, which remains nearly impossible to believe for an NFL franchise. Although Cooper has blown up for the Cowboys, trading him was not an indefensible decision. With GM Reggie McKenzie recently forced out, Gruden and Davis are an uninspiring duo to have trying to turn around a team.
Dec 13 - 7:11 PM

Tyreek Hill (wrist, heel) is active for Week 15 against the Chargers.

Hill played through the issues in Week 14 then showed enough in the Chiefs' short-week practices to give it a go. We expect Hill to be ready for his typical role, otherwise the 11-2 Chiefs would not be running him out there.
Dec 13 - 6:55 PM

Melvin Gordon (knee) is inactive for Week 15 against the Chiefs.

Gordon gave it a college try in pre-game warmups but could not get his balky knee where it needs to be. The absence will be his third straight. It appears he will have an excellent shot at returning in Week 16. With Austin Ekeler (concussion) also inactive, Justin Jackson will flirt with RB1 value in a likely shootout. Also inactive for the Chargers are DE Chris Landrum, C Cole Toner, TE Sean Culkin, WR Dylan Cantrell and NT Brandon Mebane.
Dec 13 - 6:51 PM

Melvin Gordon (knee) is expected to be inactive for Thursday night's game against the Chiefs.

Gordon tested out his ankle in pre-game warmups but indicated to NFL Network's Omar Ruiz he did not get the news he was looking for. Official word will come down in 40-45 minutes. Justin Jackson is a high-end, plug-and-play RB2.
Dec 13 - 6:11 PM

Matt Breida (ankle) remained "limited" in Thursday's practice.

Here we go. In theory, back-to-back practices put Breida on track to return against the Seahawks, but it is really anyone's guess as to his health after he has spent the majority of 2018 battling his ankle issue. Breida's return would knock Jeff Wilson from RB2 relevance. Both players would be uncertain FLEX plays.
Dec 13 - 6:08 PM




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