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Free agent CB Bashaud Breeland is visiting the Colts on Wednesday.

He'll visit the Cardinals on Thursday if he makes it out of Indy. Breeland inked a three-year, $24 million deal with the Panthers in March but needed a skin graft after cutting his foot on vacation, and the deal was voided after a failed physical. The Colts are in seriously dire need of corner help.
May 16 - 1:14 PM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Tyler Boyd suffered a "low-grade MCL sprain" Week 15 against the Raiders.

Sprains usually knock players out at least a couple weeks, meaning there is a good chance Boyd has played his final snaps this season. Even if that is true, 2018 has to go down as a good year for the former second rounder. Boyd set new career-highs across the board with 76 catches for 1,028 yards and seven touchdowns and was serviceable as the Bengals' No. 1 option when A.J. Green was sidelined. With Boyd now out as well, the Bengals will turn to some combination of John Ross, Cody Core, and Alex Erickson. This is a situation to avoid in Week 16.
Dec 17 - 10:56 AM

Titans CB Logan Ryan will miss the rest of the season because of a broken fibula.

Ryan announced the news himself on Twitter. The injury is a big blow to a Titans defense which has played well as of late. LeShaun Sims took over as the No. 3 corner after Ryan left against the Giants.
Dec 17 - 10:54 AM

Colorado Springs Gazette's Woody Paige reports Broncos GM John Elway met with Mike Shanahan to discuss Denver's head coaching job last year.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport confirmed the report. According to RapSheet, CEO Joe Ellis blocked the move, telling Elway he would have to conduct a full search if he decided to move on from Vance Joseph. With Joseph again on the hot seat, it is possible Elway again attempts to hire Shanahan the Older rather than taking a shot on an up-and-comer.
Dec 17 - 10:13 AM

Leonard Fournette said "the game plan coming in" was to limit his carries Sunday against Washington.

Fournette touched the ball just once in the second half, a 25-yard run early in the fourth quarter. "We wanted to see [David] Williams in there," coach Doug Marrone said after the game, saying the undrafted runner had a good week of practice. It is a hilarious justification considering the Jaguars both spent the No. 4 overall pick on Fournette in 2017 and traded this season for Carlos Hyde, who was not even active on Sunday, but the reality is limiting the damage to Fournette late in a lost season makes sense. With his touch total no longer guaranteed, Fournette will be more of a risk-reward RB2 even in a great matchup against the Dolphins this week.
Source: jaguars.com
Dec 17 - 9:30 AM

Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said Chris Boswell is "our kicker from start to finish."

Boswell missed yet another field goal attempt in the third quarter Sunday against the Patriots, but he nailed a 48-yarder in the final minutes to help seal the big win. "I liked the way he came back and banged that next opportunity," Tomlin said. "You are going to be tested, we are going to be tested, sometimes you are going to fail but you better pass enough of them." Likely because of the big extension he signed in August, Boswell has already been given a long leash this season, and it sounds like he still has plenty of slack left.
Source: ESPN
Dec 17 - 9:24 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport said the "likelihood" is Nick Foles will continue to start moving forward.

The Eagles have yet to shut down Carson Wentz, who has a fractured vertebra in his back. With Philly still in the playoff hunt following a surprise win against the Rams on Sunday night, it is possible they elect to put Wentz back out there assuming he cannot make the injury worse, but Rapoport expects the team to take the safe route. Even if Foles keeps the starting job the rest of the way, he will not be a fantasy option after throwing for one touchdown total in three starts this season.
Dec 17 - 9:18 AM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Chargers believe Melvin Gordon (knee) has a "legitimate chance" to return Saturday against the Ravens.

As does Ian Rapoport, who tweeted Gordon was expected to return for Week 16 on Sunday morning. With Austin Ekeler (neck) also expected to return, the Chargers' backfield should be at full strength. Even in a tough matchup, Gordon will be a locked-in RB1 if he suits up.
Dec 17 - 9:05 AM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Chargers believe there is a "legitimate chance" Keenan Allen (hip) plays Saturday against the Ravens.

Allen reportedly did not suffer any structural damage after coming down hard on his hip last Thursday. With the Chargers squarely in the mix for the No. 1 seed, it is likely Allen is pushed to play if he is anywhere close to 100 percent. Allen will be a risky fantasy start if he is active, but his weekly target upside would be too big to pass up as a WR3 even in a tough matchup.
Dec 17 - 9:02 AM

Tyler Lockett caught both of his targets for 45 yards in the Seahawks' Week 15 overtime loss to the 49ers.

Outside of his 28-yard grab, Lockett had a very forgettable game with Russell Wilson finding Doug Baldwin for two touchdowns and with both Chris Carson and Mike Davis setting new career highs for receptions. Lockett is a candidate to have a rebound game next week with the Chiefs on deck, but Lockett has been largely touchdown dependent this season as a WR3.
Dec 16 - 9:19 PM

Doug Baldwin (hip) caught 4-of-6 passes for 77 yards and two touchdowns in the Seahawks' Week 15 overtime loss to the 49ers.

Baldwin looked healthy, especially after 49ers CB Ahkello Witherspoon left the game in the first quarter. Just minutes after Witherspoon was sent to the locker room, Baldwin scored an easy touchdown with a backup rookie chasing him around. Baldwin then caught a 35-yard touchdown thanks to another poor job by the 49ers secondary. With the Chiefs coming to town, Baldwin will have an elevated ceiling in a game that should be more high scoring than the typical Seahawks contest, but inconsistent volume will keep Baldwin as an upside WR3.
Dec 16 - 9:10 PM

Mike Davis rushed five times for 21 yards and caught 8-of-8 targets for 63 yards in the Seahawks' Week 15 overtime loss to the 49ers.

Russell Wilson must have loved the matchups his running backs had against the 49ers because both Chris Carson and Davis set career highs in receptions on Sunday. Davis remained firmly behind Chris Carson as a runner however, so Davis is only a speculative add in deeper PPR leagues with the Chiefs coming to Seattle in Week 16. Rashaad Penny will need to be ruled out once again for Davis to have any chance at a repeat performance.
Dec 16 - 9:04 PM




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