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ESPN analyst Jon Gruden admitted there's a "good chance" he takes the Raiders' head-coaching job.

The 54-year-old has been the only name connected to the job to this point. The Raiders need to interview at least one minority candidate to fulfill the Rooney Rule, but it sounds like any other candidate would be wasting his time talking to owner Mark Davis since Gruden is assured the gig. Gruden said the reports of him getting a share in ownership as part of his deal to take the job are completely untrue. Gruden said missing the players and "the grind" drew him back. The move should become official sometime after Gruden calls his last game at ESPN this Saturday.
Jan 3 - 10:40 AM

Leonard Fournette (hamstring) will not practice Thursday.

Fournette also sat out Wednesday. Two missed practices to start the week all but ensures Fournette will miss another game. The Jaguars head to London in Week 8 before going on bye in Week 9. It is possible Fournette is out through the off week.
Oct 18 - 10:18 AM

ESPN's Cameron Wolfe reports Ryan Tannehill (shoulder) faces an "uphill challenge" to return Week 8.

Ruled out for this week early, it always seemed unlikely he would be ready for a Thursday night matchup with the Texans in Week 8. Brock Osweiler will start at least the next two games.
Oct 18 - 9:45 AM

Joey Bosa (foot) is on track to return "in a few weeks."

The news comes from Bosa's father, former NFL defensive end John Bosa. The team originally appeared to be targeting a Week 9 return following their bye, and it does not sound like Bosa has experienced any setbacks. The Chargers' defense has taken a step forward the last couple weeks, and getting back perhaps their best player will only help as they make a playoff push.
Oct 18 - 9:35 AM

Falcons coach Dan Quinn expects Calvin Ridley (ankle) to practice Thursday.

Ridley suffered what is believed to be a bone bruise in his ankle last week against the Bucs. "The good news is, we're anticipating him even getting a little bit of work today," Quinn said in an interview on 92.9 The Game. "As we go through the week, we'll have a better assessment. But as we're heading into it, he's one tough dude." Mohamed Sanu (hip) is also expected to practice Thursday.
Source: ESPN
Oct 18 - 9:18 AM

Falcons coach Dan Quinn said Devonta Freeman (groin, IR) is a candidate to return this season.

Freeman underwent groin surgery on Thursday. He is not eligible to return until Week 15, and it is unlikely the Falcons bring him back unless their playoff chances look quite a bit better than they do now. Tevin Coleman and Ito Smith will split work until Freeman returns.
Source: ESPN
Oct 18 - 9:13 AM

ESPN's Cameron Wolfe reports the league has opened an investigation into how the Dolphins handled Ryan Tannehill's shoulder injury.

Tannehill was a surprise inactive Sunday after practicing all week and being listed questionable. He's dealing with at least a two-game absence, suggesting Miami knew he wasn't playing. The Dolphins expect Tannehill back this season, but there's no timetable for his return. Brock Osweiler will start against Detroit in Week 7.
Source: ESPN
Oct 17 - 6:59 PM

Julian Edelman (heel) was limited at Wednesday's practice.

It's the first time Edelman has appeared on the injury report since returning from suspension. We didn't see Edelman get injured in Sunday night's Week 6 win over Kansas City. There should be more clarity on his status Thursday.
Oct 17 - 6:23 PM

George Kittle (knee) was limited at Wednesday's practice.

Kittle was legitimately questionable for Monday's game in Green Bay, but he played and didn't show any ill effects, seeing the field on 53 of the Niners' 57 offensive snaps. Among tight ends, only Zach Ertz and Travis Kelce have gone for more yards than Kittle this year. The second-year Iowa product will be safe to employ as a TE1 Sunday when the 49ers host the undefeated Rams.
Oct 17 - 5:57 PM

Bears OLB Khalil Mack (ankle) didn't practice on Wednesday.

Mack injured his right ankle in Sunday's loss to Miami. He didn't look like himself in that game and could be hobbled again in Week 7. That would come as great news for Tom Brady, who isn't exactly the fleetest of foot when forced outside the pocket.
Oct 17 - 5:49 PM

Sean Lee (hamstring) returned to a limited practice on Wednesday.

It's the first time he's practiced since injuring his hamstring in Week 3. The Cowboys may opt to sit Lee with a bye coming up in Week 8, but the veteran linebacker is getting close.
Oct 17 - 5:33 PM

Dalvin Cook (hamstring) is practicing in full for Week 7 against the Jets.

Cook was a surprise inactive last week but appears to be on track for Sunday's game in East Rutherford. With Cook's hamstring giving him problems—he's already had one setback—it's hard for fantasy owners to start him with any kind of confidence. Latavius Murray fared well in Cook's absence last week (24 carries for 155 yards and a touchdown), though he's also been inconsistent. Only four teams have averaged fewer rushing yards per game than Minnesota this year.
Oct 17 - 5:27 PM




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