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Titans released RB DeMarco Murray.

The move clears Murray's entire $6.5 million salary from the books, leaving behind no dead money. The Titans are now committed to on-the-rise third-year pro Derrick Henry as their lead back. Henry closed 2017 on a tear while (now) 30-year-old Murray appeared out of gas. Playing banged up, Murray averaged just 3.58 yards per carry. A violent runner, Murray has learned how to stay on the field after injury issues early in his career, but has taken a ton of punishment. He will hunt for committee work in free agency.
Mar 8 - 5:08 PM

Raiders fired GM Reggie McKenzie.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports McKenzie was given the option to say on the rest of the season, but he decided to walk away now. Despite Jon Gruden saying all of the right things when he was hired, this pairing never seemed likely to last. Now Gruden will have the opportunity to build the front office and scouting departments in his image. As for McKenzie, it was not always smooth sailing, but his 2014 (Khalil Mack, Derek Carr) and 2015 drafts (Amari Cooper) landed three premier players -- two of which were traded away this year seemingly with little input from McKenzie -- and set up Oakland's surprising 12-4 run through the 2016 season. It is possible he lands another high-profile job in the near future.
Dec 10 - 12:34 PM

Giants coach Pat Shurmur said Odell Beckham (quad) "felt a lot better" on Monday.

Shurmur did not confirm Beckham will return this week, but the early indications look good. When asked about the injury in the locker room, Beckham gave a thumbs up and said he is "getting there." If he is active, Beckham will be a no-doubt WR1 against the Titans.
Dec 10 - 12:25 PM

Dolphins coach Adam Gase said Ryan Tannehill (ankle) is "sore" but "walking around."

Tannehill missed time in Miami's win over the Patriots because of an ankle injury and was clearly hobbled after he returned. It sounds like that remains the case on Monday, but Gase did not seem concerned about his quarterback's availability for this week's matchup with the Vikings. Even coming off back-to-back three-touchdown games, Tannehill will not be an exciting streamer in that spot.
Dec 10 - 11:43 AM

Tyreek Hill told NBC Sports' Peter King his foot is "bad."

Hill was in and out of the Chiefs' win over the Ravens, but he came up with big plays when it mattered. "Our people did a tremendous job wrapping my foot," Hill said. "I was still feeling my heel, but at the same time, I knew that man, if you want the W, if you want to be a great receiver, this is your moment to make plays." It is promising Hill was able to play through the injury on Sunday, but now he faces a short week to get ready for the Chargers on Thursday night. His practice status should be closely monitored all week.
Dec 10 - 9:36 AM

A source told ESPN's Adam Schefter they "wouldn't think" Doug Baldwin (hip, game-time decision) will play Monday night, but they are "sure he will try."

Baldwin has seemingly been on the wrong side of a game-time decision all week, but the Seahawks are going to give him all the way up to warmups to prove he can play. Fantasy players who took the risk on Baldwin need to find an emergency option. David Moore and Jaron Brown are widely available.
Dec 10 - 9:10 AM

Jordan Howard had 19 carries for 101 yards in Chicago's Week 14 win over the Rams.

Howard was outshined by Tarik Cohen in the first half, but he grinded his way to a 100-yard game. Chicago went run heavy protecting their lead in the second half, allowing Howard to rack up 20 touches. Howard still hasn’t scored since Week 9, but he's trending up with 75-plus yards the last two games. He’ll be an RB2 against the Packers’ league-worst run defense in Week 15.
Dec 9 - 11:40 PM

Jared Goff completed 20-of-44 passes for 180 yards and four interceptions in the Rams' Week 14 loss to Chicago.

It was Goff's worst game since his rookie season. One of Goff’s picks was on a Hail Mary at the end of the first half. His other three interceptions were staredowns thrown directly into coverage. This was a tough spot for Goff in primetime against the league's best defense on the road. He has a get-right matchup with the Eagles secondary in Week 15.
Dec 9 - 11:33 PM

Alshon Jeffery hauled in six of his team-high nine targets for 50 yards and one score in the Eagles' Week 14 loss to the Cowboys.

Jeffery's nine targets were the most he's seen since Golden Tate was acquired. His lone touchdown occurred following an interception inside Dallas' own 10-yard line. Tate, on the other hand, took Jeffery's midseason role in being limited to a single catch on three targets. Unless you consider this performance a bounce-back rather than an anomaly, it's hard to fathom Jeffery as anything more than a WR3 against Aqib Talib and the Rams in Week 15.
Dec 9 - 9:00 PM

Josh Adams rushed seven times for 36 yards in the Eagles' Week 14 overtime loss to Dallas.

Adams was the only back to receive more than one carry. It was a horrendous matchup from the get-go for Adams, but it doesn't help that he continues to be an afterthought in the passing game. Seven touches is also an inexplicable drop-off from 22 and 20 in his last two contests. He'll have a much better matchup against the Rams' lackadaisical run defense in Week 15, making him a prime bounce-back flex/DFS option.
Dec 9 - 8:53 PM

Carson Wentz completed 22-of-32 passes for 228 yards and three touchdowns in the Eagles' Week 14 overtime loss to the Cowboys.

Wentz was truly awful in the first half as Dallas sluggishly allowed Philly to take the field for only 17 plays. Following Dak Prescott's (second) interception inside his own five-yard line, Wentz got going with a two-yard rocket to Alshon Jeffery (6/50/1). He later hit Nelson Agholor for 42 yards in-stride over Byron Jones, setting up a six-yard dump-off score to Darren Sproles. The Eagles didn't even touch the ball in overtime. It was a valiant effort for Philadelphia, but Wentz ultimately leveraged short second-half field position into an otherwise horrendous showing against the Cowboys' nightmarish pass rush. He's a borderline QB1 against the Rams in Week 15.
Dec 9 - 8:41 PM

Ezekiel Elliott rushed 28 times for 114 yards, additionally hauling in 12-of-13 targets for 79 yards in the Cowboys' Week 14 overtime victory against the Eagles.

40. Touches. Elliott's now eclipsed the century mark on the ground in four of his last five games, additionally getting in on the passing game with an average eight targets in that span. His 13 targets Sunday even tied Amari Cooper for the team lead. Always probable to go over the 100-yard mark, Zeke's astonishing workload makes him a matchup-proof top-three option for the rest of the year. He'll stay just that as the Cowboys attempt to clinch the division in Week 15 against the Colts.
Dec 9 - 8:12 PM




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