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1.Colts | Dwayne Allen won't play in Week 12 (KFFL) Indianapolis Colts TE Dwayne Allen (ankle) has been ruled out for Week 12 against the Jacksonville Jaguars.less than a minute
2.Browns | Jordan Cameron ruled out (KFFL) Updating a previous report, Cleveland Browns TE Jordan Cameron (concussion) has been ruled out for Week 12 against the Atlanta Falcons.less than a minute
3.Browns | Jordan Cameron returns to practice (KFFL) Cleveland Browns TE Jordan Cameron (concussion) returned to practice Friday, Nov. 21. He has missed the last three games with a concussion.less than a minute
4.Eagles | Friday practice report for Week 12 (KFFL) Philadelphia Eagles DE Brandon Bair (elbow), CB Brandon Boykin (hamstring), C Jason Kelce (thumb), LB Mychal Kendricks (calf, hamstring), WR Jeff Maehl (foot), S Chris Maragos (groin) and T Matt Tobin (concussion) all fully participated in practice Friday, Nov. 21, and are probable for Week 12.less than a minute
5.Patriots | Jonas Gray missing from practice (KFFL) New England Patriots RB Jonas Gray (undisclosed) was a no-show at practice Friday, Nov. 21.less than a minute
6.Broncos | Julius Thomas appears limited (KFFL) Denver Broncos TE Julius Thomas (ankle) is participating in practice Friday, Nov. 21, but appears to be limited.less than a minute
7.Broncos | Emmanuel Sanders practicing (KFFL) Denver Broncos WR Emmanuel Sanders (concussion) is participating in practice Friday, Nov. 21.less than a minute
8.Dwayne Allen (RotoWire) Allen (ankle) won't play Sunday against the Jaguars, Kevin Bowen of the Colts' official site reports. Analysis: With Allen out, Coby Fleener, who caught seven passes for a season-high 144 receiving yards in Week 11, will have an opportunity to build off that breakout effort, with plenty of snaps on tap for him Sunday.less than a minute
9.Vikings | Matt Asiata sits out Friday (KFFL) Minnesota Vikings RB Matt Asiata (concussion) missed his third straight day of practice Friday, Nov. 21.less than a minute
10.Clay Matthews (RotoWire) Matthews (groin) is probable for Sunday's game against the Vikings, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Tyler Dunne reports. Analysis: Matthews was limited in practice earlier in the week, but he should be fine for Sunday's divisional matchup.less than a minute
11.Brandon Bostick (RotoWire) Bostick (hip) will not play Sunday against the Vikings, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Tyler Dunne reports. Analysis: The Packers' tight end depth will take a hit with Bostick out, but it's not as if this offense is lacking for weapons. Richard Rodgers may see a slight uptick in playing time in Bostick's absence.less than a minute
12.Redskins | Jordan Reed ruled out (KFFL) Washington Redskins TE Jordan Reed (hamstring) missed his third straight day of practice Friday, Nov. 21, and head coach Jay Gruden said Reed has been ruled out for Week 12 against the San Francisco 49ers.less than a minute
13.Niles Paul (RotoWire) With fellow TE Jordan Reed ruled out, Paul figures to be in line for an expanded role Sunday against the 49ers. Analysis: Paul, who caught three passes on five targets for 17 yards in Week 11, could thus return to the fantasy radar this week, and merits attention as a Week 12 injury fill-in, given the production that he enjoyed earlier this season when Reed was sidelined.less than a minute
14.Jordan Reed (RotoWire) Reed (hamstring) will not play Sunday against the 49ers. Analysis: This does not come as a huge surprise after Reed was unable to practice all week. Niles Paul will presumably take Reed's place as the starter Sunday, with Logan Paulsen available as the top backup.less than a minute
15.Greg Jennings (RotoWire) Jennings (rib) returned to practice Friday, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Analysis: We'll wait and see how he's listed when the Vikings release their official injury report, but Jennings seems likely to play Sunday against his former team.less than a minute
16.Matt Asiata (RotoWire) Asiata (concussion) did not practice Friday, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Analysis: Asiata still has not been cleared by the league's concussion protocol and has not practiced all week, which doesn't bode well for his chances of playing Sunday against the Packers. Jerick McKinnon (back) might be afforded more short-yardage opportunities if Asiata sits out, though perhaps the Vikings would simply transfer those duties to new acquisition Bet Tate.less than a minute
17.Steven Jackson (RotoWire) Jackson (illness) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Browns, ESPN's Vaughn McClure reports. Analysis: Jackson's illness kept him out of Thursday's practice but is not expected to hold him back Sunday. Although he was largely bottled up by Carolina last week, he should find many more opportunities for success against Cleveland's 30th-ranked run defense, which got steamrolled by the Texans' running backs last week despite Arian Foster's absence.less than a minute
18.Julio Jones (RotoWire) As expected, Jones (illness) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Browns, ESPN's Vaughn McClure reports. Analysis: Jones was back at practice Friday and should be good to go for Sunday's tilt with Cleveland. Despite the presence of Joe Haden, numerous opposing receivers (Antonio Brown, Mike Evans, Steve Smith) have had big games against the Browns this season. Roll with Jones as you normally would.less than a minute
19.Vontaze Burfict (RotoWire) Burfict (knee) did not practice Friday, Geoff Hobson of bengals.com reports. Analysis: Look for Burfict to either be listed as doubtful or out for Sunday's game against the Texans upon the release of the Bengals' Week 12 injury report.less than a minute
20.Harry Douglas (RotoWire) Douglas (foot) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Browns, ESPN's Vaughn McClure reports. Analysis: Douglas' foot has been a year-long problem, but he did have four catches for 46 yards last week, his highest numbers since Week 1. He'll be safe to deploy Sunday if you need him in a deep league.less than a minute
21.Devin Hester (RotoWire) Hester (wrist) is probable for Sunday's game against the Browns, ESPN's Vaughn McClure reports. Analysis: Hester's 34 receiving yards last week against the Panthers were his highest single-game total since all the way back in Week 4. He simply isn't a major component of the passing attack right now, especially with Harry Douglas back to compete for targets.less than a minute
22.Jordan Reed (RotoWire) Reed (hamstring) did not practice Friday, ESPN's John Keim reports. Analysis: Reed's chances of playing Sunday against the 49ers are looking increasingly dim after a full week of missed practice. Niles Paul would likely start at tight end if Reed is unable to play.less than a minute
23.Dwayne Allen (RotoWire) Allen (ankle) wasn't spotted at Friday's practice, Kevin Bowen of the Colts' official site reports. Analysis: We'll have to see how the Colts end up listing Allen for Sunday's game against the Jaguars, but it looks like he is on track to miss the contest. If that's the case, then Coby Fleener would be in line to continue to see added looks in the Colts' offense.less than a minute
24.Jonas Gray (RotoWire) Gray (unspecified reason) was not present during the media-access portion of Friday's practice, the Boston Herald reports. Analysis: More on Gray's status no later than the release of Friday's injury report, but the running back has been practicing fully this week, so his absence for the start of Friday's practice is both worth noting and tracking until the reason for it is clarified.less than a minute
25.Charles Sims (RotoWire) Sims (ankle) is practicing Friday, the Tampa Tribune's Roy Cummings reports. Analysis: Cummings reported that Sims "seemed fine" Friday after being limited Thursday, which bodes well for Sims' chances of playing Sunday against Chicago.less than a minute
26.Chiefs | Kevin Vickerson injured (KFFL) Kansas City Chiefs DT Kevin Vickerson (calf) left the team's Week 12 game with a calf strain Thursday, Nov. 20.less than a minute
27.Lavonte David (RotoWire) David (hamstring) missed practice again Friday, the Tampa Tribune's Roy Cummings reports. Analysis: After getting limited work Wednesday, David has now missed back-to-back days of practice, an ominous sign for his chances of playing Sunday at Chicago. We'll provide another update when the Buccaneers' release their official injury designations later Friday.less than a minute
28.MarQueis Gray (RotoWire) Gray was claimed off waivers by Buffalo from Minnesota, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Analysis: Gray will likely have a limited role with Buffalo and adds depth.less than a minute
29.Marshawn Lynch (RotoWire) Head coach Pete Carroll said Friday that Lynch (back) will be ready to play Sunday against the Cardinals, Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times reports. Analysis: Last week, Lynch sat out Wednesday and Thursday before logging a full practice Friday, so we'll see if the same scenario unfolds this week. In any case, Carroll's confidence is good news for Lynch owners, though the banged-up running back could still be headed for a "questionable" designation heading into the weekend.less than a minute
30.Ben Tate (RotoWire) Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer said he isn't sure Tate will be active this week even though he practiced with the team for the first time Thursday, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. "He got some reps and was in the blitz pickup. He was in everything, so we'll see how fast he gets. It was a quick day for him," Zimmer said. Analysis: Tate's status for this weekend likely depends on whether Matt Asiata will play after suffering a concussion. Even if Tate does play, his limited practiced time make it sound like he will have a small goal-line role against the Packers.less than a minute
31.Jordan Cameron (RotoWire) Cameron (concussion) returned to practice Friday, the Akron Beacon Journal's Nate Ulrich reports. Analysis: Cameron's return to practice would seem to indicate that he has passed through the required concussion protocol, though it is still not clear whether he might be able to play Sunday against Atlanta. The Browns should provide more information when they address the media and release their official injury designations after practice.less than a minute
32.Steven Jackson (RotoWire) Jackson (illness) returned to practice Friday, ESPN's Vaughn McClure reports. Analysis: As expected, Jackson's illness did not keep him out for long, and we anticipate he will receive a "probable" designation for Sunday's game against the Browns when the Falcons release their official injury report after practice.less than a minute
33.Julio Jones (RotoWire) Jones (illness) returned to practice Friday, ESPN's Vaughn McClure reports. Analysis: The Falcons will release their official injury designations after practice, but Jones' presence Friday indicates that he is likely headed for a "probable" tag heading into Sunday's game against the Browns.less than a minute
34.Trent Murphy (RotoWire) Murphy (knee) was a full participant in Thursday's practice, the Washington Post reports. Analysis: Murphy is dealing with a torn PCL in his right knee. Even so it appears he has a good chance to play Sunday.less than a minute
35.Vikings | Adrian Peterson contemplates move (KFFL) Minnesota Vikings RB Adrian Peterson said he'll gladly return this season if he wins the appeal of his indefinite suspension. If he loses his appeal and has to sit out the rest of this season, he's not certain he'll return with the Vikings. He has given a lot of thought to the idea of getting a fresh start somewhere else.less than a minute
36.Patriots | LeGarrette Blount won't unseat Jonas Gray (KFFL) New England Patriots RB LeGarrette Blount was not signed by the team to replace RB Jonas Gray as the between-the-tackles runner. Blount's presence gives the team another tough inside runner in the potentially poor-weather weeks ahead.less than a minute
37.Raiders | Latavius Murray earns larger role (KFFL) Oakland Raiders RB Latavius Murray (concussion) has earned himself a larger role in the offense, according to interim head coach Tony Sparano. His concussion, obviously, will dictate when that plan will be put into motion. "The way he ran the ball today he earned more snaps, no doubt about it," Sparano said. "We just have to see how he comes out of this thing."less than a minute
38.Anthony Fasano (RotoWire) Fasano (knee) caught 2-of-2 targets for 30 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's 24-20 loss to the Raiders. Analysis: After missing Sunday's win over Seattle, Fasano returned to log just two offensive snaps, according to ESPN.com. He quite clearly made the most of his very limited playing time, but the minimal snap count still leaves his role in question. While it's seems likely that Fasano was somewhat limited because of the knee injury, the Chiefs may also like what they're seeing from Travis Kelce in an every-down role.less than a minute
39.De'Anthony Thomas (RotoWire) Thomas caught 2-of-6 targets for 15 yards, adding one carry for nine yards, in Thursday's 24-20 loss to the Raiders. Analysis: Thomas finished second on the team in targets, trailing only fellow running back Jamaal Charles, who caught 4-of-7 for 42 yards and a touchdown. According to Arrowhead Pride, Thomas played a season-high offensive 33 snaps, which was at least partially due to the absence of slot receiver Junior Hemingway, who exited in the first half with a concussion. Thomas had an odd night returning punts, as he picked up 15 yards on his first return, lost 12 on his second, and was then replaced by Frankie Hammond, who g... (More)less than a minute
40.Bengals | Jeremy Hill forecasted for more (KFFL) Cincinnati Bengals RB Jeremy Hill will be the leader in a 65-35 split of the carries with RB Giovani Bernard in Week 12, in the opinion of beat writer Paul Dehner Jr.less than a minute
41.James Anderson (RotoWire) Anderson signed with the Falcons on Thursday, D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Analysis: The linebacker previously appeared in seven games with the Titans this season, recording only six tackles. He'll more than likely function as a depth player for the Falcons.less than a minute
42.Alfred Blue (RotoWire) With Arian Foster (groin) looking like a game-day decision, according to the Houston Chronicle, Blue has a chance to be a significant contributor in Sunday's game against the Bengals. Analysis: Foster was limited Wednesday before sitting out Thursday's practice, prompting head coach Bill O'Brien to tell reporters, "I'm sure we'll have to make a decision on game day" regarding Foster's availability Sunday. Last week, Blue filled in for Foster and ran for 156 yards in a road win over Cleveland.1 hour
43.Arian Foster (RotoWire) Foster (groin) is looking like a game-day decision, the Houston Chronicle reports. "I'm sure we'll have to make a decision on game day. It's just something we have to wait out and see if gets better," said head coach Bill O'Brien. Analysis: Foster didn't practice Thursday after being a limited participant Wednesday, though O'Brien was quick to point out that Thursday's non-participation was "no setback." Fantasy owners should note that this week's game against the Bengals kicks off at 1:00pm ET.1 hour
44.Dez Bryant to avoid shadow coverage from... (Rotoworld) The Giants don't plan to use Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie in shadow coverage on Dez Bryant. Analysis: DRC has been unable to play every defensive snap in recent weeks because of an IT band injury that is affecting his back, leg, and hamstring. Giants DC Perry Fewell mentions CB Chykie Brown, who was plucked off waivers from the Ravens, as a candidate to see extended snaps vs. Bryant on Sunday night. Dez is a top-end WR1. He has a touchdown and/or 100 yards in 8-of-9 games.4 hours
45.Raiders | Latavius Murray out for game (KFFL) Oakland Raiders RB Latavius Murray (head) has been ruled out for the remainder of the team's Week 12 game Thursday, Nov. 20, with a possible concussion.9 hours
46.Chiefs | Two players injured (KFFL) Kansas City Chiefs OT Donald Stephenson (shoulder) is questionable to return to the team's Week 12 game with a shoulder injury, and WR Junior Hemingway (head) is being evaluated for a concussion.10 hours
47.Arian Foster Another Game Time Decision For Week 12 (FFChamps) Texans coach Bill O'Brien is calling Arian Foster a game-time decision according to the Houston Chronicle.10 hours
48.Raiders | Latavius Murray exits game (KFFL) Oakland Raiders RB Latavius Murray (undisclosed) went to the locker room late in the second quarter after taking a big hit during the team's Week 12 game Thursday, Nov. 20.11 hours
49.Eagles | Zach Ertz needs to block better (KFFL) Philadelphia Eagles TE Zach Ertz has played 143 fewer snaps than TE Brent Celek this season, and when asked why Ertz wasn't playing as much, head coach Chip Kelly pointed to Celek's superior skills as a run blocker.11 hours
50.49ers | Thursday practice report (KFFL) San Francisco 49ers CB Tramaine Brock (hamstring), OT Anthony Davis (head), DT Glenn Dorsey (forearm), WR Bruce Ellington (ankle) and DE Justin Smith (non-injury related) did not practice Thursday, Nov. 20. TE Vance McDonald (hip) and LB Dan Skuta (ankle) were limited pa... (More)12 hours
51.Gio Practicing In Full Heading Into Week 12 (FFChamps) Bengals running back Giovani Bernard (hip) was a full participant in Thursday's practice and should be ready to go Sunday.12 hours
52.Seahawks | Thursday practice report (KFFL) Seattle Seahawks DB Marcus Burley (hamstring), LB Kevin Pierre-Louis (shoulder) and C Max Unger (knee, ankle) did not practice Thursday, Nov. 20. LB Brock Coyle (gluteus) and DE Demarcus Dobbs (knee) were limited, while DE Michael Bennett (non-injury), OG James Carpenter (ankle), CB More)12 hours
53.Marcel Reece totals 45 yards vs. Chiefs (Rotoworld) Marcel Reece rushed eight times for 37 yards in Oakland's Week 12 win over the Chiefs, adding an eight-yard reception. Analysis: The nine touches were by far Reece's most of the season. The Raiders finally appear to be turning the page on their Darren McFadden/Maurice Jones-Drew backfield, but Reece is unlikely to come into legitimate 12-14 team league value.12 hours
54.Broncos | Emmanuel Sanders to be evaluated (KFFL) Updating a previous report, Denver Broncos WR Emmanuel Sanders (concussion) has done conditioning work and will be evaluated again Friday, Nov. 21.12 hours
55.De'Anthony Thomas totals 24 yards vs. OA... (Rotoworld) De'Anthony Thomas rushed once for nine yards in Kansas City's Week 12 loss to the Raiders, adding two catches for an additional 15 yards. Analysis: He also added a 48-yard kick return. Thomas has looked like a legit playmaker, but he's not getting the ball enough to be on the re-draft radar.13 hours
56.Knile Davis totals two yards vs. Raiders (Rotoworld) Knile Davis rushed twice for two yards in Kansas City's Week 12 loss to the Raiders. Analysis: He wasn't targeted in the passing game. Making a West Coast road trip on a short week, the Chiefs bafflingly dialed up only 24 rushes against the worst team in the league. It quite likely cost them the game. With Jamaal Charles running at an All-Pro level, Davis won't be on the RB3 radar against the Broncos' elite run defense in Week 13.13 hours
57.Frankie Hammond has one-catch night (Rotoworld) Frankie Hammond caught 1-of-3 targets for six yards in Kansas City's Week 12 loss to the Raiders. Analysis: With Donnie Avery and Junior Hemingway ailing, the Chiefs needed Hammond to step up. Instead he dropped a critical third-down pass (which was overturned by a penalty) and failed to come back to the ball on the final play of the game. It was a dismal performance. The Chiefs arguably have the least receiver talent in the league.13 hours
58.Anthony Fasano goes 2/30/1 vs. Raiders (Rotoworld) Anthony Fasano caught 2-of-2 targets for 30 yards and a touchdown in Kansas City's Week 12 loss to the Raiders. Analysis: Returning from a knee injury, Fasano made a beautiful adjustment on an under-thrown ball from Alex Smith for his 19-yard score in the third quarter. The touchdown was Fasano's third of the season. The barely-there TE2 will take a 22/203/3 line into Week 13.13 hours
59.Mychal Rivera held to one catch in victo... (Rotoworld) Mychal Rivera caught 1-of-4 targets for eight yards in Oakland's Week 12 win over the Chiefs. Analysis: Rivera now has just four grabs for 48 yards on nine targets over his past two games. He's going to remain a part of the Raiders' game plan going forward, but won't be a recommended Week 13 streaming option against a Rams defense that puts the clampdown on tight ends.13 hours
60.James Jones goes 5/47/1 versus Chiefs (Rotoworld) James Jones caught 5-of-6 targets for 47 yards and a touchdown in Oakland's Week 12 win over the Chiefs. Analysis: For once, Jones' touchdown didn't come in garbage time. The 30-year-old veteran ran a beautiful route to get open for his nine-yard score with 1:42 remaining. It ended up holding up as the game winner. Jones still has plenty of juice left in his legs, but he's going to keep struggling for consistency in the Raiders' bogged-down passing attack. He's a WR4 who will hurt you when he doesn't find the end zone.13 hours
61.Titans | Thursday practice report (KFFL) Tennessee Titans CB Marqueston Huff (hamstring) did not practice Thursday, Nov. 20. LB Derrick Morgan (knee), S Daimion Stafford (shoulder) and CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson (back) were limited.13 hours
62.Andre Holmes has five-catch night (Rotoworld) Andre Holmes caught 5-of-10 targets for 55 yards in Oakland's Week 10 win over the Chiefs. Analysis: The five catches were Holmes' most since Week 8. Altogether, it wasn't that great of a night for the fourth-year pro, who had a few miscommunications with Derek Carr. His biggest catch could have easily been a Chiefs interception, but DB Ron Parker mistimed his jump. Holmes will remain a crapshoot WR4/5 for Week 13 against the Rams.13 hours
63.Jones-Drew: Three rushes for -1 'yards' (Rotoworld) Maurice Jones-Drew rushed three times in Oakland's Week 12 win over the Chiefs, but ended up with -1 yards. Analysis: This has gotten sad. MJD's three carries went for one, -2 and zero yards. For the season, he's now rushed 36 times for 69 yards (1.91 YPC). The Raiders would be within their rights to release MJD during their long 10-day layoff between now and Week 13, but we don't expect that to happen. MJD has been a warrior during his nine-year career, but he's out of gas.13 hours
64.Seahawks | Marshawn Lynch doesn't practice (KFFL) Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch (back) did not practice for the second straight day Thursday, Nov. 20.13 hours
65.Darren McFadden: 14 touches for 34 yards (Rotoworld) Darren McFadden rushed 12 times for 29 yards in Oakland's Week 12 win over the Chiefs, adding two catches for an additional five yards. Analysis: McFadden once again led the Raiders in (ineffective) touches, but refreshingly, that's not how they drew it up. Oakland came out handing the ball off to Latavius Murray after DMC drew the "start," but a wildly effective Murray was limited to only four carries by a concussion. Then McFadden took over and the Raiders' rushing attack went back in the tank. DMC simply doesn't make defenders miss. He's now averaging 3.37 yards per carry... (More)13 hours
66.Dwayne Bowe held to three catches (Rotoworld) Dwayne Bowe caught 3-of-5 targets for 42 yards in Kansas City's Week 12 loss to the Raiders. Analysis: Bowe may have fallen asleep in the first half, as he drew only two targets as Alex Smith struggled to get anything resembling "offense" going. Smith finally started driving the ball after the break, but it was too little, too late in a game where the Chiefs let the 0-10 Raiders hang around far too long. Bowe's physical skills have declined, but there's no reason for him to be as lightly utilized as he's been this season. He's barely on the WR4 map.13 hours
67.Travis Kelce catches four passes vs. Rai... (Rotoworld) Travis Kelce caught 4-of-5 targets for 67 yards in Kansas City's Week 12 loss to the Raiders. Analysis: Kelce was Zeus-ing every time he touched the ball, shedding tacklers and delivering punishment. That includes some thundering blocks. But coach Andy Reid and Alex Smith still only saw fit to look his way five times. With the Chiefs having the league's thinnest receiver corps, there's simply no reason for Kelce not to be drawing a minimum of 8-10 weekly targets. With 10 days to game plan for Week 13's showdown with the Broncos, perhaps Reid will come to that realization over the lon... (More)13 hours
68.Raiders | Week 12 Inactives (KFFL) The Oakland Raiders have declared CB Carlos Rogers, TE David Ausberry, OG Gabe Jackson, SS Jonathan Dowling, QB Matt McGloin, OG Tony Bergstrom, CB Travis Carrie inactive for Week 12.13 hours
69.Chiefs | Week 12 Inactives (KFFL) The Kansas City Chiefs have declared WR A.J. Jenkins, QB Aaron Murray, CB Christopher Owens, WR Donnie Avery, C Eric Kush, CB Jamell Fleming, OT Laurent Duvernay-Tardif inactive for Week 12.13 hours
70.Charles manages 122 total yards and scor... (Rotoworld) Jamaal Charles rushed 19 times for 80 yards in Kansas City's Week 12 loss to the Raiders, adding four catches for 42 yards and touchdown. Analysis: As usual, Charles was the Chiefs' best player. As sometimes happens, coach Andy Reid kept going away from him at critical junctures, and it may have cost Kansas City the game. Charles touched the ball just once on the Chiefs' final two drives, something that simply can't happen in a game you lose by four points. Charles' all-world athleticism was on full display on his 30-yard touchdown reception, as he turned a dumpoff into a pin-balling ... (More)13 hours
71.Alex Smith doesn't do enough in defeat (Rotoworld) Alex Smith completed 20-of-36 passes for 233 yards and two touchdowns in Kansas City's 24-20, Week 12 loss to the Raiders. Analysis: He added two rushes for five yards, also committing a fumble the Chiefs recovered. It was too little, too late for Smith, who was utterly dismal for the game's first 30-40 minutes before finally mustering up the courage to take some shots downfield after the Chiefs fell behind 17-3. He found Dwayne Bowe and Travis Kelce for chunk gains, but the Chiefs couldn't hold a fragile 20-17, fourth-quarter lead. Anthony Fasano and Jamaal Charles did the work on Sm... (More)13 hours
72.Dolphins | Ryan Tannehill limited again (KFFL) Miami Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill (shoulder) was limited in practice for the second straight day Thursday, Nov. 20.13 hours
73.Win one, baby: Raiders down K.C. for fir... (Rotoworld) Derek Carr completed 18-of-35 passes for 174 yards and a touchdown in the Raiders' 24-20, Week 12 win over the Chiefs. Analysis: In a scene that evoked the 0-13 2007 Dolphins' Week 15 win over the Ravens, the Raiders threw everything they had at the Chiefs, and escaped with the narrowest of victories. Carr added two critical quarterback sneaks for first downs on the Raiders' game-winning drive. He found James Jones in the back of the end zone for his lone score with 1:42 remaining. Carr could hardly be described as "good" this evening — he averaged 4.97 yards per pass atte... (More)13 hours
74.Dolphins | Lamar Miller limited Thursday (KFFL) Miami Dolphins RB Lamar Miller (shoulder) was limited in practice Thursday, Nov. 20, after practicing in full Wednesday, Nov. 19.13 hours
75.Saints | Tauren Poole released (KFFL) The New Orleans Saints released RB Tauren Poole Thursday, Nov. 20.13 hours
76.Dolphins | Mike Wallace, Jarvis Landry limited (KFFL) Miami Dolphins WRs Mike Wallace (calf) and Jarvis Landry (shoulder) were both limited in practice for the second straight day Thursday, Nov. 20.13 hours
77.Saints | Edwin Baker re-signs to PS (KFFL) Free-agent RB Edwin Baker re-signed to the New Orleans Saints practice squad Thursday, Nov. 20.14 hours
78.Dolphins | Charles Clay doesn't practice (KFFL) Miami Dolphins TE Charles Clay (knee) did not practice Thursday, Nov. 20, after being limited Wednesday, Nov. 19.14 hours
79.Dolphins | Thursday practice report (KFFL) Miami Dolphins CB Cortland Finnegan (ankle) did not practice Thursday, Nov. 20. OG Daryn Colledge (back), LB Koa Misi (ankle), OG Mike Pouncey (hip), LB Kelvin Sheppard (hip, groin) and LB Jordan Tripp (chest) were limited, while S Jimmy Wilson (hamstring) practiced in full.14 hours
80.Thomas, Sanders Not Practicing Heading Into Week 12 (FFChamps) Broncos tight end Julius Thomas (ankle) and wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (concussion) did not practice on Thursday. He also missed Wednesday. Analysis: They still have a chance to play Sunday, but owners will want to see them on the practice field Friday to ease their concerns.14 hours
81.Cardinals | Andre Ellington limited again (KFFL) Arizona Cardinals RB Andre Ellington (hip, foot) was limited in practice for the second straight day Thursday, Nov. 20.14 hours
82.Dwayne Allen Not Practicing Thursday (FFChamps) Colts tight end Dwayne Allen (ankle) did not practice on Wednesday and is missing the Thursday practice too. Analysis: He is day-to-day, but will have a tough time suiting up Sunday. Week 13 is a more realistic target date. His absence make Coby Fleeney a top-10 fantasy tight end.14 hours
83.Jordan Reed Not Practicing Heading Into Week 12 (FFChamps) Washington tight end Jordan Reed left Sunday's game with a hamstring injury and has missed the first two days of practice this week.14 hours
84.Cardinals | Thursday practice report (KFFL) Arizona Cardinals DT Ed Stinson (toe) did not practice Thursday, Nov. 20. LB Sam Acho (neck), LB Lorenzo Alexander (knee), RB Robert Hughes (hamstring) and S Rashad Johnson (back) were limited, while LB Larry Foote (hip) and DT More)14 hours
85.Titans | Justin Hunter a full participant (KFFL) Tennessee Titans WR Justin Hunter (knee) practiced fully Thursday, Nov. 20.14 hours
86.Titans | Delanie Walker practices fully (KFFL) Tennessee Titans TE Delanie Walker (concussion) was a full participant in practice Thursday, Nov. 20.14 hours
87.Rams | Jared Cook limited at practice (KFFL) St. Louis Rams TE Jared Cook (back) was limited at practice Thursday, Nov. 20, after sitting out Wednesday, Nov. 19.14 hours
88.Rams | Thursday practice report (KFFL) St. Louis Rams DT Alex Carrington (knee), TE Cory Harkey (quadriceps), LB Will Herring (foot), DB Lamarcus Joyner (groin), CB Marcus Roberson (ankle) and WR Damian Williams (hamstring) did not practice Thursday, Nov. 20. LB More)14 hours
89.Browns | Thursday practice report (KFFL) Cleveland Browns S Johnson Bademosi (concussion), LB Karlos Dansby (knee), WR Marlon Moore (hamstring) and LB Jabaal Sheard (foot) did not practice Thursday, Nov. 20. DE Desmond Bryant (wrist), LB Barkevious Mingo (shoulder), DT More)14 hours
90.Chargers | Philip Rivers a full participant (KFFL) San Diego Chargers QB Philip Rivers (chest) practiced in full for the second straight day Thursday, Nov. 20.14 hours
91.Chargers | Thursday practice report (KFFL) San Diego Chargers DT Ryan Carrethers (elbow) and C Richard Ohrnberger (back, ankle) did not practice Thursday, Nov. 20. S Jahleel Addae (concussion) was limited, while LB Dwight Freeney (non-injury), DT Sean Lissemore (quadriceps) and CB Steve Williams (hamstring) practiced in full.14 hours
92.Browns | Jordan Cameron doesn't practice (KFFL) Cleveland Browns TE Jordan Cameron (concussion) did not practice for the second straight day Thursday, Nov. 20.14 hours
93.Justin Hunter (RotoWire) Hunter (knee) practiced fully Thursday, the Titans' official site reports. Analysis: Hunter should be a go Sunday against the Eagles, but with three catches for a total of 65 yards over his last two outings, he's looking like a speculative play in Week 12.14 hours
94.Lions | Calvin Johnson limited (KFFL) Detroit Lions WR Calvin Johnson (ankle, elbow) was limited in practice Thursday, Nov. 20, after sitting out Wednesday, Nov. 19.14 hours
95.Browns | Josh Gordon sits out of practice (KFFL) Cleveland Browns WR Josh Gordon (non-injury related) did not practice Thursday, Nov. 20.14 hours
96.Lions | Joique Bell, Reggie Bush limited (KFFL) Detroit Lions RBs Joique Bell (ankle) and Reggie Bush (ankle) were both limited in practice Thursday, Nov. 20. Bell did not practice Wednesday, Nov. 19.14 hours
97.Texans | Ryan Mallett a full participant (KFFL) Houston Texans QB Ryan Mallett (chest) was a full participant in practice Thursday, Nov. 20.14 hours
98.Lions | Thursday practice report (KFFL) Detroit Lions DT Nick Fairley (knee), DE Jason Jones (non-injury) and OG Larry Warford (knee) did not practice Thursday, Nov. 20. TE Brandon Pettigrew (foot) and OT LaAdrian Waddle (knee) were limited.14 hours
99.Brandon Pettigrew (RotoWire) Pettigrew (foot) was limited in Thursday's practice, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. Analysis: Pettigrew's downgrade from full to limited isn't particularly encouraging for his Week 12 prospects. Because the remaining tight end options (Joseph Fauria, Eric Ebron, and Kellen Davis) are healthy, the Lions could arguably exercise caution Sunday at New England and keep Pettigrew on the sideline. However, the Lions are far from making a decision, meaning Friday's injury report will be a decent barometer of his ability to take the field.14 hours
100.Texans | Arian Foster misses practice (KFFL) Houston Texans RB Arian Foster (groin) did not practice Thursday, Nov. 20, after being limited the previous day.14 hours

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