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Marlon Mack (hamstring) remained limited at Wednesday's practice.

Mack tested out his injured hamstring in pre-game warmups last week but was held out against Cincinnati. It would be nice to see him get in a full practice at some point, but right now, Mack looks better than 50 percent to play Sunday at Washington. His return would be a downgrade for Jordan Wilkins, who led the backfield with 17 touches in Week 1.
Sep 12 - 6:11 PM

Jimmy Graham (knee) remained sidelined at Tuesday's practice.

He's been missing practices the last couple weeks but continues to play through whatever is ailing him and should be out there Thursday night against Seattle. Graham had a stinker last week against Miami, catching his only target for 14 yards. Against his former Seahawks teammates, Graham will be a TE1.
Nov 13 - 9:31 PM

Coach Kyle Shanahan said Nick Mullens will continue to be the 49ers' starting quarterback until he says otherwise.

That means Mullens will be the starter coming out of the 49ers' Week 11 bye when they visit Tampa Bay. The second-year UDFA took advantage of the tanking Raiders in his debut two weeks ago, and he played well enough on Monday to keep the job over C.J. Beathard. In total, Mullens has completed 70% of his passes for 512 yards with four touchdowns and two interceptions.
Nov 13 - 6:22 PM

ESPN's Jenna Laine reports Bucs WLB Lavonte David is dealing with a sprained MCL and "could miss some time."

David actually played through the injury against the Redskins but now that the adrenaline has worn off, he is uncertain. With their season already down in flames, the Bucs do not need to needlessly risk 28-year-old David's health.
Nov 13 - 5:47 PM

Randall Cobb (hamstring) remained sidelined on Tuesday.

Cobb reportedly won't make the trip to Seattle, meaning he will miss his second-straight game Thursday after suffering a setback last Thursday. Equanimeous St. Brown is the Packers' fill-in No. 3 receiver behind Davante Adams and Marquez Valdes-Scantling.
Nov 13 - 5:22 PM

Monday's Rams/Chiefs game has been moved from Mexico City back to Los Angeles due to poor field conditions at Azteca Stadium.

It's surprising but absolutely the right call based on pictures and videos circulating on social media. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported earlier Tuesday that some players were considering boycotting the game they were so concerned. Although moving the game was the right thing to do, it's an utter fiasco for the NFL, which continues to be confoundingly bad at ensuring neutral-site fields are in proper condition. The move has zero ramifications for fantasy.
Nov 13 - 4:46 PM

Cardinals placed RG Justin Pugh on injured reserve with a left knee injury, ending his season.

It ends an injury-plagued first year in Arizona for the former Giant. Pugh missed two earlier games with a hand injury. The No. 19 overall pick of the 2013 draft will head into 2019 having not appeared in 16 games since his rookie season. He has averaged nine appearances since 2016. Pugh is set to make $5 million in 2019. He had been ineffective before going down. Pugh's backup is Jeremy Vujnovich.
Nov 13 - 4:36 PM

Patriots activated CB Duke Dawson (hamstring) from injured reserve.

Dawson's activation comes two weeks after the Pats placed Eric Rowe on injured reserve. The No. 56 overall pick of the draft, Dawson could see immediate snaps in the slot, where Jonathan Jones has been a bit of a liability.
Nov 13 - 4:05 PM

Unsigned Steelers franchise player Le'Veon Bell will not report by Tuesday's 4PM ET deadline and is out for the remainder of the 2018 season.

What a disaster. By not reporting, Bell forfeits the remaining $6.84 million on his $14.544 million tender. 26-year-old Bell has framed this as betting on himself and doing what is right for his fellow running backs, but this is money he will never make back. There is no guarantee a 27-year-old runner is going to cash in on the open market after sitting out an entire season healthy. Even if he does, a running back passing up $14.544 million guaranteed for one season of play in the modern NFL is not a sound business decision. It's not fair, of course, but it is reality. James Conner will finish out the year as a true bell-cow back/elite RB1. The Steelers could theoretically tag Bell again in the spring, but the sides will undoubtedly divorce.
Nov 13 - 3:48 PM

Bills waived WR Terrelle Pryor.

Someone named Robert Foster led the Bills in receiving in their upset smash of the Jets as Pryor was targeted zero times. Pryor drew five looks in two games in Buffalo. If the 29-year-old converted quarterback can't last in the Bills' desperate receiver corps, his NFL future is looking bleak.
Nov 13 - 2:56 PM

Keke Coutee (hamstring) believes there's a "high possibility" he returns for Week 11 against the Redskins.

Coutee missed the final two games before the Texans' Week 10 bye. "I think Keke is trending upwards," coach Bill O’Brien said Monday. "I think Keke’s headed in the right direction." If Coutee is indeed back, he will be a WR4 as the Texans sort out the new target delineation between Coutee, DeAndre Hopkins and Demaryius Thomas.
Nov 13 - 1:41 PM

Aaron Rodgers believes the Packers "need to continue to give [Aaron Jones] more opportunities."

Rodgers has been advocating for Jones all season, and there is no reason for him to stop after the running back broke out for 145 yards and two touchdowns on 15 carries against the Dolphins. Jones is already the clear No. 1 in Green Bay, and it sounds like his role could continue to grow. He is almost a must-start this week against the Seahawks.
Nov 13 - 12:40 PM




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