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LeSean McCoy (questionable, hamstring) will work out prior to Sunday's Week 15 game against the Lions.

McCoy is testing out his injured hamstring in preparation for Sunday's home game against Detroit, though according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, he "does not have a great chance" of suiting up. With Chris Ivory (shoulder) also a long shot to play, Marcus Murphy could wind up as the Bills' primary back in Week 15. Murphy is no one's idea of a sure thing, but at minimum price on FanDuel, you could do a lot worse.
Dec 16 - 9:23 AM

According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, T.Y. Hilton (questionable, ankle) has a "good shot" to play Week 15 against the Cowboys.

Hilton didn't practice all week, but it looks like the star receiver is ready to gut it out in a must-win game for Indy. Coming off a 199-yard explosion in last week's win at Houston, T.Y. would be a must-start in all formats if he can get the green light. If not, more work would fall on the plate of Eric Ebron, Dontrelle Inman and Zach Pascal, among others.
Dec 16 - 9:22 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Redskins have yet to make a decision on Jay Gruden's future.

The Redskins are on a four-game losing streak after blowing their lead in the NFC East. Alex Smith's season and potentially career-ending injury is part to blame, but Gruden's coaching and roster management has also played a role in the second-half collapse. Gruden is only signed through 2020, so the Redskins can move on with relative ease this offseason. Even if Gruden stays, we'd expect some shakeup to Washington's staff.
Source: NFL Network
Dec 16 - 8:53 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Chris Ivory (questionable, shoulder) is not expected to play Week 15 against the Lions.

This differs slightly from a report filed by ESPN's Adam Schefter, who labeled Ivory as a game-time decision. Either way, the running back's status is extremely sketchy for Week 15. With LeSean McCoy (questionable, hamstring) also likely to sit, Marcus Murphy could be tasked with leading the backfield Sunday against the Lions. It's not likely to matter much since quarterback Josh Allen has essentially been the Bills' RB1 over the last three weeks, averaging a phenomenal 111.7 rushing yards throughout that span.
Dec 16 - 8:43 AM

According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Ben Roethlisberger is dealing with cracked ribs.

Roethlisberger suffered the injury in last week's loss to Oakland. There was some confusion about the nature of his injury due to a faulty X-ray machine in Oakland (classic Raiders), though further testing confirmed that Roethlisberger is indeed dealing with cracked ribs. It's obviously not ideal, especially with Pittsburgh's season on the line, though Ben will continue to play through the pain. He gets the Patriots at home in Week 15.
Dec 16 - 8:32 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Lamar Miller's ankle injury isn't serious.

Miller was sidelined the entire second half of Saturday's win, but it sounds like he's avoided a high-ankle sprain. There's a chance he plays next week without missing any time. With Miller at less than 100 percent, the Texans may look to activate D'Onta Foreman in Week 16.
Dec 16 - 8:24 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports James Conner (doubtful, ankle) is expected to return for Week 16 against the Saints.

Conner got in a limited practice Friday but it wasn't enough to get cleared. That puts him on track to return next week after sitting the last two games. Conner's absence has been a downgrade to the entire Steelers offense. Jaylen Samuels and Stevan Ridley will continue to fill in against the Patriots.
Dec 16 - 8:16 AM

Melvin Gordon (knee) is expected to return for Week 16 against the Ravens.

Gordon tested out his knee in pre-game warmups ahead of Thursday's matchup with Kansas City but wasn't able to get the green light. Coming off the Chargers' mini-bye, he should be ready to roll for Saturday's game against Baltimore. Gordon apologized to his fantasy owners for his untimely absence, but all will be forgiven if he turns in a strong performance in Week 16. Rookie Justin Jackson filled in for Gordon Thursday night in KC.
Dec 16 - 8:14 AM
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