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Bears agreed to terms with WR Taylor Gabriel, formerly of the Falcons, on a four-year, $26 million contract.

The deal includes $14 million guaranteed. Gabriel broke the news himself via friend and former NFL receiver Andrew Hawkins. A critical part of the Falcons' explosive 2016 attack, Gabriel took a step back along with the rest of the offense last season, but is still only 27. He's a big play waiting to happen, and a nice piece for a receiver corps that's being rebuilt from scratch. New coach Matt Nagy has experience scheming for similar talents.
Mar 13 - 4:22 PM

NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports Jordan Reed's foot sprain is not "believed to be major," but that it is still possible he misses the remainder of the season.

Reed's Monday MRI is supposedly "precautionary." Considering his injury history — especially foot injury history — and the Redskins' embarrassing and complete collapse, it's hard to believe Reed will rush out there for three meaningless games. It will be a good sign if he avoids injured reserve in the next 48 hours, however. His status will be updated no later than Wednesday, when the Redskins must issue their first injury report.
Dec 10 - 2:47 PM

Cardinals placed DT Robert Nkemdiche on injured reserve with a knee injury, ending his season.

The 2016 first-rounder needs surgery. It's the latest in a biblical wave of injuries for a team that has been running an expansion-level roster out there in recent weeks. Long struggling to make an impact, Nkemdiche made his first six career starts this season while also tallying his first 4.5 sacks. As usual, he earned negative marks from Pro Football Focus. Going on 25 and headed into the final year of his rookie contract, Nkemdiche will be on the spot in 2019. Injuries have been an ongoing issue.
Dec 10 - 2:46 PM

Speaking Monday, Saints coach Sean Payton confirmed Ted Ginn (knee) is a candidate for return from injured reserve.

The same is true of OG Josh LeRibeus (ankle). Ginn has not played since Week 4. It's possible the Saints have grown more interested in his return because of Tre'Quan Smith's highly-inconsistent rookie play. Ginn is eligible to resume practicing — or playing — whenever the Saints wish.
Dec 10 - 2:44 PM

Speaking Monday, Ravens coach John Harbaugh did not commit to Joe Flacco (hip) as his Week 15 starter if healthy, only saying he would be a part of the game plan.

Harbaugh made it sound as if Flacco will finally be ready to return against the Bucs but said his role "could entail anything right now." "We have a plan," Harbaugh continued. "We have to talk to the guys about it. Whether we share that publicly, we'll have to decide as the week goes on." It certainly sounds like Harbaugh is leaning toward Lamar Jackson as his starter, but we would not etch that in stone after Jackson had another mixed day against the Chiefs. It's quite possible we head into Sunday not knowing the Ravens' plan at quarterback.
Dec 10 - 2:44 PM

Speaking Monday, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said he expected Kenneth Dixon's role to grow going forward.

Gus Edwards out-touched Dixon 16-9 against the Chiefs, but Dixon was the more effective player. Edwards had a modest snap advantage (31-23). It looks like we are headed for a muddled Dixon, Edwards and Ty Montgomery committee for the final three games of the season. The fact that Dixon actually catches passes probably gives him a slight Week 15 fantasy advantage on Edwards against the Bucs.
Dec 10 - 2:43 PM

Speaking Monday, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Lamar Jackson (undisclosed) "should be OK" for Week 15.

Harbaugh emphasized the statement three times. Jackson got crunched on an overtime sack in the Ravens' road loss. Decent but far from excellent in four-straight plus matchups, Jackson has not quite seized the Ravens' starting gig. With Joe Flacco (hip) on the mend, there's a chance the veteran reclaims No. 1 duties against the Bucs. It's also quite possible, if not probable, that both players see snaps.
Dec 10 - 2:34 PM

NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports LeSean McCoy (hamstring) is day to day.

McCoy's MRI apparently brought back good news. We would still consider him highly questionable for Week 15 against the Lions. Chris Ivory is the next man up. A "limited" Wednesday practice would have McCoy on pace to play.
Dec 10 - 1:37 PM

Raiders fired GM Reggie McKenzie.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports McKenzie was given the option to stay 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. For better or worse, Gruden will now build the front office and scouting department in his image. As for McKenzie, it was not always smooth sailing, but his drafts in 2014 (Khalil Mack, Derek Carr) and 2015 (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, the year in which McKenzie was also named NFL Executive of the Year. It is possible McKenzie 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




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