Home | Live Scoring | Standings | Power Rank | Schedules | Message Board | Playoffs | Players Stats | League History | Transactions
Show All News Articles Involving from on within the last days
Search Results - Newest Articles Listed First
1.Bryan Bulaga sidelined with ankle injury (Rotoworld) RT Bryan Bulaga left the Packers' Week 12 game against the Bears with an ankle injury and is questionable to return. Analysis: With only a few minutes remaining, we're guessing he's done for the night. Don Barclay will take over at right tackle.1 hour
2.Damarious Randall (knee) questionable to... (Rotoworld) CB Damarious Randall left the Packers' Week 12 game against the Bears with a knee injury and is questionable to return. Analysis: He had two tackles before exiting in the third quarter. Alshon Jeffery should have a little more breathing room with Randall out of the game.2 hours
3.Werder: Romo (collarbone) done for the s... (Rotoworld) Citing a source close to Tony Romo, ESPN's Ed Werder reports Romo (collarbone) is done for the season. Analysis: The results of Friday's CT scan are presumably expected to show that Romo indeed re-fractured his left clavicle on Thursday's Thomas Davis sack. The Cowboys will move forward with Matt Cassel at quarterback. Losing Romo is obviously a devastating blow to Dallas' rest-of-season outlook, and it's a huge one for the prospects of the Cowboys' skill players in fantasy football.4 hours
4.T-Will goes 4-39 against Panthers (Rotoworld) Terrance Williams caught 4-of-7 passes for 39 yards in the Cowboys' Week 12 loss to the Panthers. Analysis: Williams has now been held under 50 receiving yards in seven of Dallas' last nine games. With Matt Cassel taking back over as the Cowboys' quarterback following Tony Romo's latest injury, Williams should stay plastered to the waiver wire in fantasy leagues of all sizes.4 hours
5.Witten goes 4-36 against Panthers (Rotoworld) Jason Witten caught 4-of-6 passes for 36 yards in the Cowboys' Week 12 loss to the Panthers. Analysis: His most notable contribution was getting targeted on two of Tony Romo's three interceptions. With Matt Cassel back under center following Romo's clavicle aggravation, "dad runner" Witten will finish out the season as a very low-ceiling fantasy option.4 hours
6.Beasley goes 6-44-1 against Panthers (Rotoworld) Cole Beasley secured 6-of-7 targets for 44 yards and a touchdown in the Cowboys' Week 12 loss to the Panthers. Analysis: Beasley made an early ten-yard catch in Josh Norman's coverage and later caught a touchdown pass from Matt Cassel. Although Beasley is a useful slot receiver in Dallas' offense, he offers very little appeal in re-draft leagues.5 hours
7.DPOY candidate Josh Norman shuts down De... (Rotoworld) Dez Bryant caught 2-of-8 targets for 26 yards in the Cowboys' Week 12 loss to the Panthers. Analysis: According to the game charting of PFF's Nate Jahnke, Bryant played 49 snaps in this one. He lined up six times in the slot and outside on 43 plays, and was shadowed by Josh Norman on all 43 of his perimeter snaps. While Norman has moved to the forefront of the NFL Defensive Player of the Year discussion, this is shaping up as a likely lost season for Dez, who missed extensive early-year action with a foot fracture and will likely now have to deal without Tony Romo (collarbone) for t... (More)5 hours
8.Turbin gets three touches in Week 12 los... (Rotoworld) Robert Turbin rushed twice for 11 yards and caught his lone target for a gain of one in the Cowboys' Week 12 loss to the Panthers. Analysis: Turbin got one series to himself behind Darren McFadden and broke off gains of 8 and 3, but wasn't heard from much thereafter. Turbin is a DMC's handcuff.5 hours
9.McFadden gets 15 touches in loss to Caro... (Rotoworld) Darren McFadden managed 11 yards on 10 carries in the Cowboys' Week 12 loss to Carolina, but caught 4-of-6 targets for 45 yards and a two-point conversion. Analysis: The Panthers entered this one playing shutdown run defense and continued to do so against Dallas, relentlessly stuffing McFadden at the line of scrimmage and throwing him for losses. Fantasy owners should consider themselves lucky that McFadden scored a meaningless late-game two-point conversion and caught several checkdown passes. Still seeing every-down, workhorse usage, McFadden will be a high-end RB2 at worst agains... (More)5 hours
10.Romo replaced by Cassel after injury (Rotoworld) Matt Cassel completed 13-of-19 passes for 93 yards and a touchdown in the Cowboys' Week 12 loss to Carolina. Analysis: Tony Romo appeared to re-fracture his collarbone in Thursday's defeat, which would force Cassel back into the starting lineup for the remainder of the season. We've seen Cassel's act before, and it's not pretty. Even against the Redskins in Week 13, Cassel would be a low-end two-quarterback-league option.5 hours
11.Olsen goes 5-70 against Cowboys (Rotoworld) Greg Olsen reeled in 5-of-9 targets for 70 yards in the Panthers' Week 12 win over the Cowboys. Analysis: As usual, Olsen led the Panthers in targets in a game where little was required of Carolina's offense due to a pair of defensive touchdowns. Olsen will arguably be fantasy's top tight end play in Week 13 at the Superdome.5 hours
12.Cotchery goes 5-73 against Cowboys (Rotoworld) Jerricho Cotchery secured 5-of-6 targets for 73 yards in the Panthers' Week 12 win over Dallas. Analysis: Cotchery is a high-percentage target for Cam Newton and was his primary read on third-down plays against the Cowboys. Unfortunately, 33-year-old Cotchery's lack of big-play ability severely curbs his fantasy appeal.5 hours
13.Ted Ginn goes catch-less against Dallas (Rotoworld) Ted Ginn was held catch-less in the Panthers' Week 12 win over Dallas. Analysis: Carolina won this game with its defense, resulting in a quiet day for the Panthers' deep threat. Ginn's week-to-week targets have been inconsistent. He's a boom-bust weekly fantasy option who tends to bust more than boom.5 hours
14.Funchess goes 2-19 against Cowboys (Rotoworld) Devin Funchess reeled in 2-of-4 targets for 19 yards in the Panthers' Week 12 win over the Cowboys. Analysis: Cam Newton targeted Funchess twice on end-zone throws late in the first half, but the two failed to connect on both. Ultimately, not much was required of Carolina's passing game on a day where the Panthers' defense scored two touchdowns and Graham Gano accounted for 12 points on field goals. Funchess will be a lower-end WR3/flex option when the Panthers visit the Saints in Week 13.5 hours
15.Stewart piles up 24 touches in win over ... (Rotoworld) Jonathan Stewart rushed 21 times for just 68 yards and caught 3-of-4 targets for nine yards in the Panthers' Week 12 win over Dallas. Analysis: The Panthers were unable to generate much running room against Dallas, but Stewart continued to be utilized as a high-volume workhorse as the Panthers leaned on their running game nursing a lead all day. Expect Stewart's workload to result in more fantasy points when Carolina faces the Saints in Week 13.5 hours
16.Two defensive TDs move Panthers to 11-0 (Rotoworld) Cam Newton completed 16-of-27 passes for 183 yards and rushed 12 times for 45 yards and a touchdown in the Panthers' Week 12 win over the Cowboys. Analysis: Newton made critical third-down throws to keep the chains moving on offense, but ultimately didn't have to do much more as the Panthers scored twice on defense. Luke Kuechly and Kurt Coleman each pick-sixed Tony Romo, who later left with a potentially severe collarbone injury. The Panthers' defensive scoring and four field goals by Graham Gano resulted in a disappointing fantasy day for Newton. Expect Cam's scoring to get back... (More)5 hours
17.Charcandrick West misses practice on Thu... (Rotoworld) Charcandrick West (hamstring) missed Chiefs practice on Thursday. Analysis: West will likely need to return on Friday to have any shot at playing Sunday against the Bills. If he can't, Spencer Ware will start. Ware should be owned in 10- and 12-team leagues after steamrolling the Chargers off the bench last week for 96 rushing yards and two touchdowns on just 11 carries.5 hours
18.Matt Forte active against Packers (Rotoworld) Matt Forte is active for Week 12 against the Packers. Analysis: He'll get the start over rookie Jeremy Langford. The Bears' Week 12 inactives are S Antrel Rolle, WR Eddie Royal, RB Ka'Deem Carey, TE Martellus Bennett, DB Jacoby Glenn, OL Nick Becton, and DL Will Sutton.6 hours
19.Forte active, Langford likely to see more carries (FFToday) There is a report is out that Matt Forte won't get the bulk of the carries in the backfield even though he's returning to the lineup. Instead, Jeremy Langford will get the majority of the looks, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network: This decision would make sense on a lot of levels for the Bears. After all, Forte is coming off of a knee injury that threatened to end his season, so he probably still doesn't have a lot of zip yet on running plays. In addition, Langford has played extremely well lately, earning more playing time and at the very least an even split ... (More)6 hours
20.Packers declare Week 12 inactives (Rotoworld) Packers declared WR Ty Montgomery, QB Brett Hundley, DB Micah Hyde, RB Alonzo Harris, LB Andy Mulumba, C Corey Linsley, and WR Jared Abbrederis inactive for Week 12 against the Bears. Analysis: Montgomery is nursing a multi-week ankle injury. Abbrederis is also injured. Hyde has played poorly in coverage recently, most notably against tight ends.6 hours
21.Jeffery & Forte both active on Thanksgiv... (Rotoworld) Alshon Jeffery (groin/shoulder) and Matt Forte (knee) are both active on Thanksgiving against the Packers. Analysis: They are both listed in the starting lineup. After resting in Week 11, Jeffery should be set up for a normal number of routes in a mediocre matchup against Green Bay's stout cornerbacks. Forte is expected to be the Bears' lead back, with rookie Jeremy Langford mixing in as a change-of-pace option.6 hours
22.Charcandrick West misses practice Thursday (FFToday) Running back Charcandrick West and wide receiver De'Anthony Thomas remained on the sidelines during Chiefs practice on Thursday. West injured his calf and Thomas suffered concussionlike symptoms in the Chiefs' victory at San Diego last Sunday. On Wednesday, Chiefs coach Andy Reid said he was optimistic both could play this Sunday against Buffalo at Arrowhead Stadium.6 hours
23.Doug Baldwin (RotoWire) Baldwin (ankle) was listed as a full participant on Thursday's injury report, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR reports. Analysis: Considering the designation, Baldwin logged a precautionary DNP at Wednesday's practice, while backing up head coach Pete Carroll's sentiments that he'll play Sunday versus the Steelers. Look for the wideout to make an impact against a defense that has given up 15.5 catches per game and 10 total touchdowns to the position in 2015.6 hours
24.Thomas Rawls (RotoWire) Rawls (knee) was listed as a full participant on Thursday's injury report, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR reports. Analysis: After a limited showing Wednesday, Rawls has all but cleared up whether or not he'll suit up Sunday against the Steelers, who have allowed 120.5 total yards per game but merely two touchdowns to running backs in 2015.7 hours
25.Forte, Jeffery Active For Thanksgivig (FFChamps) The Bears have activated running back Matt Forte and wide receiver Alshon Jeffery for their Week 12 matchup vs. the Packers. Tight End Martellus Bennett is inactive. Analysis: Forte missed the last two games and Jeffery missed Week 11. Bennett has bruised ribs.7 hours
26.Doug Baldwin returns to a full practice (Rotoworld) Doug Baldwin (ankle) returned to a full practice on Thursday. Analysis: Baldwin's snaps and targets have been up since Seattle's Week 9 bye. He's back on the WR3 map in a Week 12 date with Pittsburgh's weak secondary. With a healthy Ben Roethlisberger, Seahawks-Steelers offers sneaky shootout potential.7 hours
27.Romo Knocked Out On Thanksgiving With Another Shoulder Injury (FFChamps) Romo was knocked out of the game against Carolina with an injury to the same shoulder that sidelined him for seven games this season. Matt Cassel has replaced him. Analysis: Romo, who threw three interceptions and had two of them returned for touchdowns, didn't get up after he was sacked by linebacker Thomas Davis on the final play of the third quarter Thursday. Romo was favoring his left shoulder as he walked off the field, and the team said he was being evaluated for a left collarbone injury and wouldn't return. Romo threw three interceptions and had two of them returned for touchdowns.7 hours
28.Thomas Rawls goes through full practice (Rotoworld) Thomas Rawls (knee) returned to a full practice on Thursday. Analysis: Rawls will be Seattle's feature back on Sunday against Pittsburgh.7 hours
29.Barry Church (RotoWire) Church (ankle) is questionable to return to Thursday's game against the Panthers due to a calf injury, Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News reports. Analysis: Church has soldiered through a high-ankle sprain the past few weeks, but perhaps his insistence on playing through the pain has caught up to him. Entering the game as the Cowboys' leading tackler (and third among the NFL's defensive backs) with 77 on the season, IDP owners should watch his health with interest in advance of the Cowboys' Week 13 contest at Washington on Dec. 7.7 hours
30.Deone Bucannon (RotoWire) Bucannon has been diagnosed with a concussion, Mike Jurecki of FOX Sports 910 Phoenix reports. Analysis: Bucannon avoided the first injury report of the week, but the Cardinals included the pseudo-inside linebacker on Thursday's version, listing him with a concussion. His progress through the concussion protocol in the coming days will determine whether he takes the field Sunday at San Francisco. However, a DNP would be a massive blow to the heart of the defense.7 hours
31.Lance Moore (RotoWire) Moore recorded a 14-yard catch on his only target before leaving Thursday's win over the Eagles with an ankle injury, the Detroit News reports. Analysis: Moore will thus look to bounce back from the injury in advance of the team's Dec. 3 contest against the Packers. The veteran wideout enjoyed a bit of a roll earlier this season, but he's now logged two straight quiet fantasy efforts.7 hours
32.John Brown (RotoWire) Brown (hamstring) was listed as limited on Thursday's injury report, Mike Jurecki of FOX Sports 910 Phoenix reports. Analysis: Because head coach Bruce Arians wasn't available to the media, it's unclear if Brown's designation is merely an estimate, or if the Cardinals held practice. No matter, Brown appears to be building up to an appearance Sunday in San Francisco, which could clear up as the weekend draws near.7 hours
33.Ameer Abdullah (RotoWire) Abdullah carried 16 times for 63 yards (both career-highs) and caught one pass for 12 yards in Thursday's 45-14 win over the Eagles. Analysis: While Abdullah led the team in carries Thursday, Joique Bell got into the act by carrying seven times for 25 yards with a TD and catching two passes for 57 yards, while Theo Riddick ran just twice for six yards, but hauled in five catches for 62 yards and a TD. Though he's headed the Lions' rushing attack over the team's last two games, Abdullah's fantasy ceiling has been limited by the committee context in which he has been operating.7 hours
34.Brent Celek (RotoWire) Celek made two catches (on four targets) for 10 yards and a touchdown during Thursday's blowout loss in Detroit. Analysis: Celek was relatively quiet this season until Sam Bradford suffered a concussion and AC joint sprain in Week 10, which forced Mark Sanchez into action. Including Thursday's outing, Celek resumed his connection with Sanchez, racking up 13 catches (on 18 targets) for 223 yards and one touchdown over the past three games. With Bradford expected to return in Week 13 and Zach Ertz embroiled in the concussion protocol, the duo could be active in the Eagles' next contest on Dec. 6 at New England. If that comes to pass... (More)7 hours
35.Matthew Stafford (RotoWire) Stafford, who completed 27 of 38 passes for 337 yards in Thursday's 45-14 win over the Eagles, tied a career-high by tossing five TD passes in the contest, ESPN.com reports. Analysis: Things are suddenly looking up for Stafford and the Lions, who have now won three straight games. Highlighting Stafford's big day on Thanksgiving against a porous Philly D was the chemistry he displayed with top wideout Calvin Johnson, who caught three TDs in the contest. Next up for Stafford is a less favorable Week 13 matchup against the Packers.7 hours
36.Falcons preparing to start Tevin Coleman (Rotoworld) The Falcons are preparing to start rookie Tevin Coleman at tailback in Week 12 against the Vikings. Analysis: Devonta Freeman (concussion) didn't practice on Wednesday or Thursday and has been all but ruled out by coach Dan Quinn. Coleman struggled in relief of Freeman in last week's loss to the Colts, but he offers blazing straight-line speed and should handle a voluminous workload. You can read more about Coleman's Week 12 fantasy outlook in Evan Silva's Matchups column at the link below.7 hours
37.Darren Sproles (RotoWire) Sproles was contained to two carries for four yards and four receptions (on six targets) for 21 yards during Thursday's defeat at Detroit. Analysis: With the Lions pouring it on as the first half unfolded, head coach Chip Kelly opted to use a pass-heavy approach, which would typically benefit a receiving back like Sproles. Indeed, Sproles was targeted a half dozen times, but his inability to break one quelled his production. If the offense continues to sputter in the last third of the season, he won't be worthy of consideration outside of deep PPR formats, though the likely return of Sam Bradford (shoulder/concussion) in Week 13 c... (More)8 hours
38.Taylor Gabriel (RotoWire) Gabriel (concussion) was listed as a non-participant on Thursday's practice report estimation, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Analysis: The same applies to fellow wideout Andrew Hawkins, with the duo's status for Monday's game against the Ravens looking cloudy, at least until the team actually practices Friday.8 hours
39.Andrew Hawkins (RotoWire) Hawkins (concussion) was listed as a non-participant on Thursday's practice report estimation, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Analysis: More on Hawkins' status Friday when the Browns actually practice, though at this stage the wideout's status for Monday night's game against the Ravens remains unclear.8 hours
40.Zurlon Tipton (RotoWire) Tipton has been waived by the Colts. Analysis: Tipton became the odd man out after the Colts claimed fellow RB Dan Herron on waivers from the Bills on Thursday.8 hours
41.Dan Herron (RotoWire) The Colts claimed Herron on waivers from the Bills on Thursday. Analysis: Fellow running back Zurlon Tipton was waived in a corresponding to make room for Herron on the team's roster. Herron, who the Colts had waived from injured reserve in September, now returns to the team to provide Indy with backfield depth behind Frank Gore and Ahmad Bradshaw.8 hours
42.Jordan Matthews (RotoWire) Matthews notched three catches (on five targets) for 60 yards and one touchdown during Thursday's loss at the hands of the Lions. Analysis: Without the garbage-time, 24-yard score, Matthews would have logged his third straight subpar performance. Mark Sanchez served as the starting quarterback during most of that span due to a hit taken in Week 10 by Sam Bradford (shoulder/concussion), but the latter is nearing a return to health. If Bradford is cleared for the Eagles' next game on Dec. 6 at New England, as expected, Matthews will look to turn around a disappointing campaign over the last five contests.8 hours
43.Saints place CB Keenan Lewis on I.R. (Rotoworld) Saints placed CB Keenan Lewis on injured reserve with an MCL injury, ending his season. Analysis: Lewis is a solid cover corner when healthy, but he's rarely been so the past two seasons. Lewis is only owed a $2.7 million salary for 2016 and should be back with the Saints after rehabbing his beat-up body. New Orleans will continue to trot out every-week burn victim Brandon Browner opposite Delvin Breaux.8 hours
44.DeMarco Murray (RotoWire) Murray was stymied in Thursday's defeat at Detroit, managing 14 carries for 30 yards and going without a target. Analysis: The Eagles committed to the ground game for just one quarter, but cascading touchdown throws from Matthew Stafford forced Chip Kelly to turn to the pass in an attempt to keep pace. While Mark Sanchez put together an efficient, but unspectacular, performance (199 yards on 27 pass attempts), Murray wasn't on the receiving end of any of his throws. As a result, Murray was unable to augment his dismal rushing total for those in PPR formats.8 hours
45.Aaron Dobson (RotoWire) The Patriots have placed Dobson (ankle) on IR, ESPN's Mike Reiss reports. Analysis: With Dobson headed to IR, Julian Edelman out indefinitely, plus Danny Amendola and Keshawn Martin also banged up, we'd expect the Patriots to make a move to add some wideout depth in the coming days.8 hours
46.Chargers | Antonio Gates has full practice (USA Today) San Diego Chargers TE Antonio Gates (hip) was a full participant in practice Thursday, Nov. 26.8 hours
47.Cardinals | Thursday practice report for Week 12 (USA Today) Arizona Cardinals S Deone Bucannon (concussion), CB Patrick Peterson (ankle) and DTs Cory Redding (ankle), Frostee Rucker (ankle) and Ed Stinson did not practice Thursday, Nov. 26. OGs Jonathan Cooper (knee) and Mike Iupati (neck) were limited. DT Calais Campbell (knee) participated fully.8 hours
48.Colts make moves at running back (Rotoworld) Colts claimed RB Dan Herron off waivers from the Bills and waived RB Zurlon Tipton. Analysis: Herron reunites with the Colts, where he'll serve as the No. 3 back behind banged-up Frank Gore and role player Ahmad Bradshaw. Herron knows the offensive system and is a capable if non-spectacular all-purpose player.8 hours
49.Patriots place WR Dobson on injured rese... (Rotoworld) Patriots placed WR Aaron Dobson (ankle) on injured reserve, ending his season. Analysis: His roster spot was taken by special teamer/S Dewey McDonald. Dobson, 24, has been a colossal disappointment since the Patriots made him the 59th overall pick in the 2013 draft. He posted a seemingly promising 37-519-4 receiving line as a rookie, but has 16 catches in two seasons since. Although Dobson is under contract with the Pats in 2016, he will have to earn back his roster spot.8 hours
50.Mark Sanchez (RotoWire) Sanchez completed 19 of 27 passes for 199 yards and two touchdowns during Thursday's crushing loss at Detroit. Analysis: Sanchez was under constant pressure from the Lions' resurgent pass rush, taking nine hits and getting sacked six times, yet he only committed one turnover, a fumble, on the Eagles' first drive of the second half. Facing a deficit of 31-7 at that point, he continued to truck along and finished with a quarterback rating (116.1) that belied an uninspiring performance from the Chip Kelly-coached squad. Because Sam Bradford (shoulder/concussion) is approaching a return to action, according to Albert Breer of NFL Netw... (More)8 hours
51.Colts | Frank Gore takes part in practice (USA Today) Indianapolis Colts RB Frank Gore (ankle) fully participated in practice Thursday, Nov. 26.8 hours
52.Steelers | Thursday practice report for Week 12 (USA Today) Pittsburgh Steelers CB Brandon Boykin (ankle) and LB Ryan Shazier (knee) did not participate in practice Thursday, Nov. 26. TE Matt Spaeth (knee) was limited during practice, while LB Terence Garvin (knee), LB James Harrison (knee) and SS Shamarko Thomas (knee) fully participated in practice.8 hours
53.Cardinals | Four Cardinals limited Thursday (USA Today) Arizona Cardinals WRs John Brown (hamstring), Larry Fitzgerald (ankle) and Michael Floyd (hamstring) and RB Chris Johnson (knee) were limited in practice Thursday, Nov. 26.8 hours
54.Eric Ebron (RotoWire) Ebron (quad/hand) caught two of three targets for 28 yards in Thursday's 45-14 win over the Eagles. Analysis: That's four straight quiet fantasy efforts from Ebron, who will look to get his production going in Week 13 at home against the Packers. In Week 10, he caught four passes on eight targets for 28 yards in a Detroit win over Green Bay.8 hours
55.Josh Huff evaluated for head injury (Rotoworld) Eagles WR Josh Huff was evaluated for a concussion in Philadelphia's Week 12 loss to the Lions. Analysis: Huff departed in the second half, and did not return. The Eagles have yet to update his status. Somehow tied for the Eagles' team lead with three receiving touchdowns, Huff had one grab for 11 yards before departing.8 hours
56.Calvin Johnson (RotoWire) Johnson, who caught eight passes (on 14 targets) for 93 yards, tied a career-high with three TD catches in Thursday's 45-14 win over the Eagles, ESPN.com reports. Analysis: Johnson, who was listed as questionable for Thursday's game, figures to manage his ankle injury some in advance of the team's Dec. 3 tilt against the Packers, but he should be ready to roll for that contest.9 hours
57.Brent Celek totals 10 yards vs. Lions (Rotoworld) Brent Celek caught 2-of-4 targets for 10 yards and a touchdown in the Eagles' Week 12 loss to the Lions. Analysis: Celek tweaked his hip fighting for the goal line on his first quarter score, but remained in the game. Although he's come alive a bit the past two weeks, Celek's TE2 candidacy is still flimsy as best. He won't be a DFS consideration with Zach Ertz (concussion) likely to return for Week 13 against the Patriots.9 hours
58.Redskins | Chris Culliver out for season (USA Today) Washington Redskins CB Chris Culliver (knee) is out for the season after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament in practice Thursday, Nov. 26.9 hours
59.Darren Sproles totals 25 yards vs. Eagle... (Rotoworld) Darren Sproles caught 4-of-6 targets for 21 yards in Philadelphia's Week 12 loss to the Lions, adding two rushes for four yards. Analysis: The vast majority of Sproles' production came in garbage time. Sproles still looks plenty spry, but one of the league's worst offenses is having trouble springing him. Sproles isn't producing at an RB3 clip for PPR owners.9 hours
60.Bengals | Thursday practice report for Week 12 (USA Today) Cincinnati Bengals CB Darqueze Dennard (shoulder) did not participate in practice Thursday, Nov. 26. CB Adam Jones (foot), LB Vontaze Burfict (knee) and DT Pat Sims (knee) were limited during practice. CB Leon Hall (non-injury), OT Andrew Whitworth (non-injury), CB Dre Kirkpatrick (knee), OT Andre Smith (thigh) and SS Shawn Williams (ankle) fully participated in practice.9 hours
61.Chris Johnson limited on Thursday (Rotoworld) Chris Johnson (knee) was limited in Thursday's practice. Analysis: The Cardinals also limited the reps of Larry Fitzgerald. Johnson will continue to serve as Arizona's lead back in Sunday's juicy matchup with the 49ers.9 hours
62.Nelson Agholor a two-catch afterthought (Rotoworld) Nelson Agholor caught 2-of-2 targets for 15 yards in Philadelphia's Week 12 loss to the Lions. Analysis: Agholor's biggest impact came in the fourth quarter, where he committed a personal foul by taking off his helmet. The inexcusable miscue put a big dent in a nice Darren Sproles gainer. Failing to create space or make plays for one of the league's worst receiver corps, Agholor is off the re-draft radar.9 hours
63.Chargers | Malcom Floyd, Ladarius Green limited (USA Today) San Diego Chargers WR Malcom Floyd (shoulder) and TE Ladarius Green (ankle) were limited in practice Thursday, Nov. 26.9 hours
64.Michael Floyd limited on Thursday (Rotoworld) Michael Floyd (hamstring) was limited in Thursday's practice. Analysis: Floyd has taken reps on back-to-back days. While he should be active against the 49ers, Floyd is nothing more than a boom-bust WR3 option.9 hours
65.Eric Ebron has two-catch day vs. Eagles (Rotoworld) Eric Ebron caught 2-of-3 targets for 28 yards in Detroit's Week 12 shellacking of the Eagles. Analysis: Coming off a miserable effort against the Raiders, Ebron was an afterthought on a day where Matthew Stafford did whatever he wanted. Ebron has shown glimpses of his monstrous upside, but has been too mistake-prone for the Lions to feature. He'll be a low-end TE2 for the season's stretch run.9 hours
66.Bengals | Tyler Eifert practices in full (USA Today) Cincinnati Bengals TE Tyler Eifert (knee) fully participated in practice Thursday, Nov. 26.9 hours
67.Golden Tate goes 7/50/1 versus Eagles (Rotoworld) Golden Tate caught 7-of-8 targets for 50 yards and a touchdown in Detroit's Week 12 blowout of the Eagles. Analysis: Tate literally walked into the end zone on his two-yard touchdown in the second quarter. It was that kind of "effort" from the Eagles' defense. Tate could have had an eighth grab, but committed a drop. Tate has big-time fantasy upside, but has proven routinely incapable of tapping it when Calvin Johnson is active, which he's been every game this season. Tate will be a lower-end WR3 against the Packers in Week 13.9 hours
68.Malcom Floyd (RotoWire) Floyd (shoulder) practiced in a limited fashion Thursday. Analysis: Floyd's availability for Sunday's game against the Jaguars has yet to be clarified, though hopefully the release of Friday's final Week 12 injury report will add some clarity to his status for the contest.9 hours
69.Theo Riddick catches touchdown vs. Eagle... (Rotoworld) Theo Riddick caught 5-of-5 targets for 62 yards and a touchdown in Detroit's Week 12 win over the Eagles, adding two rushes for six yards. Analysis: Riddick helped set the tone for the Lions' 45-14 blowout victory early, softening up the middle of the field. The score was his third of the season. Riddick has only 84 yards rushing on the year, but has caught at least five passes in 7-of-11 games. He's a PPR asset, but RB4 for standard league purposes.9 hours
70.Chris Culliver (RotoWire) Culliver sustained a torn ACL and MCL during Thursday's practice, bringing his season to an end, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Analysis: Washington made a splash in the offseason, inking Culliver to a four-year contract, but a one-game suspension and knee injury limited him to 16 tackles and no interceptions in six appearances. A shoulder injury resulted in no practice Wednesday, and in his return Thursday, he suffered the knee ligament tears on an attempted leap. With a lengthy rehab process on tap, he may be in danger of missing some of the 2016 season as well.9 hours
71.Ladarius Green (RotoWire) Green (ankle) practiced in a limited fashion Thursday. Analysis: Green, who had one catch on three targets for nine yards in last Sunday's loss to the Chiefs, appears on track to be a go for Week 12's game against the Jaguars, but it's still possible that he could be listed as questionable for the contest.9 hours
72.Joique Bell totals 82 yards versus Eagle... (Rotoworld) Joique Bell rushed seven times for 25 yards and a touchdown in Detroit's Thanksgiving win over the Eagles, adding two receptions for 57 additional yards. Analysis: The 82 yards from scrimmage were Bell's most of the season. Bell was one yard away from a 40-yard receiving touchdown in the second half, but got shoe-string tackled. He punched the ball in on the ground one play later. Bell had a third target in the passing game, but he dropped what would have been a long reception. Bell made the most of a dream matchup, but won't suddenly be an RB3 against the Packers in Week 13.9 hours
73.Bengals | Marvin Jones practices Thursday (USA Today) Cincinnati Bengals WR Marvin Jones (hamstring) fully participated in practice Thursday, Nov. 26.9 hours
74.Antonio Gates (RotoWire) Gates (hip) practiced fully Thursday. Analysis: After practicing in a limited fashion Wednesday, Gates' full participation Thursday suggests that he is trending toward a probable designation in advance of Sunday's game against the Jaguars.9 hours
75.Ameer Abdullah rushes for 63 yards (Rotoworld) Ameer Abdullah rushed 16 times for 63 yards in Detroit's Week 12 pasting of the Eagles. Analysis: He added a 12-yard reception. Getting the "start" as the Lions continued to employ a three-man rotation, Abdullah had his best rushing day of the season. Granted, it came against a defense that's packed it in, while Abdullah still got bum rushed behind the line of scrimmage more than once. Abdullah has shown improvement the past two weeks, but it isn't going to translate to stretch-run RB3 value in fantasy leagues. Abdullah gets the Packers in Week 13.9 hours
76.Josh Huff (RotoWire) Huff is under evaluation for a head injury suffered during Thursday's loss at Detroit, Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Analysis: Huff left the contest with just one catch for 11 yards on the ledger, ending his touchdown streak at two games. If he's eventually diagnosed with a concussion, his return will be subject to the league's protocol for head injuries.9 hours
77.Jordan Matthews scores garbage time touc... (Rotoworld) Jordan Matthews caught 3-of-5 targets for 60 yards and a touchdown in Philadelphia's Week 12 loss to the Lions. Analysis: The history books will count it as a score, but Matthews' touchdown came with the Eagles losing 45-7 with 2:56 remaining. It was the ultimate bailout for fantasy owners forced to roll with Matthews as their WR3. There was a scary moment earlier in the second half, where Matthews got lit up on yet another hospital ball from Mark Sanchez. Even with Sam Bradford returning for Week 13, Matthews will be a middling WR3 against the Patriots' stout defense.9 hours
78.Glazer: Bears expect Jeffery & Forte to ... (Rotoworld) FOX Sports' Jay Glazer reported the Bears expect both Alshon Jeffery (groin, shoulder) and Matt Forte (knee) to play Thursday night against the Packers. Analysis: "Barring a setback in pre-game warmups," that is. Although Forte may lose 7-11 touches to impressive rookie Jeremy Langford, the veteran should return as the Bears' lead back. Jeffery was utilized as a decoy in Week 10, before sitting out Week 11. We suspect he wouldn't be returning unless Jeffery were truly able to function as a ball-catching asset to Chicago's passing game.9 hours
79.DeMarco Murray bottled up for 30 yards (Rotoworld) DeMarco Murray rushed 14 times for 30 yards in Philadelphia's blowout Week 12 loss to the Lions. Analysis: Murray wasn't targeted in the passing game. It was a pathetic effort, with 19 of Murray's yards coming on one carry. That, of course, means he totaled 11 yards on his 13 other totes. Coach Chip Kelly continued to send Murray sideways even though it's been proven over and over that's when he's least effective as a runner. Murray is a north-south talent, one who will need to leave town if Kelly is back for 2016. That's looking extremely unlikely, however. Murray will be a low-end ... (More)9 hours
80.Malcom Floyd again limited (Rotoworld) Malcom Floyd (shoulder) was again limited in practice on Thursday. Analysis: The fact that Floyd is working during the week indicates he has a chance to suit up against the Jaguars. He's well short of 100 percent with a significant shoulder injury and won't be a fantasy option in the event he's active.9 hours
81.Charcandrick West (RotoWire) West (hamstring) did not practice Thursday. Analysis: What -- if anything -- West is able to do in practice Friday will be telling with regard to his status for Sunday's game against the Bills. If West is limited or sits out the contest, Spencer Ware -- who had 96 yards and two touchdowns on 11 carries in relief of West in Week 11 -- would figure to see an expanded role this weekend, while Knile Davis could also be re-introduced into the team's backfield mix in Week 12.9 hours
82.Bengals | Andy Dalton takes part in practice (USA Today) Cincinnati Bengals QB Andy Dalton (groin) fully participated in practice Thursday, Nov. 26.9 hours
83.Megatron throttles Eagles for three scor... (Rotoworld) Calvin Johnson caught 8-of-14 targets for 93 yards and three touchdowns in Detroit's Week 12 throttling of the Eagles. Analysis: All three of Megatron touchdown catches came in the end zone. He went to work on rookie CB Eric Rowe, who was filling in for Nolan Carroll (broken ankle). Rowe's coverage wasn't even that bad, Johnson was simply unstoppable. Mega somehow has only one 100-yard performance on the year, but is now up to 923 yards and six touchdowns with five games to go. He'll be a high-end WR1 against the Packers in Week 13.9 hours
84.Sanchez manages two scores in blowout lo... (Rotoworld) Mark Sanchez completed 19-of-27 passes for 199 yards and two touchdowns in Philadelphia's 45-14, Week 12 loss to the Lions. Analysis: He also lost a fumble. Sanchez was taking lots of Twitter guff, but was the least of the Eagles' problems in a game that wasn't competitive. Sanchez's receivers couldn't separate, while the running game was a joke. Sanchez did make some mistakes, notably another hospital ball to Jordan Matthews, but also did an admirable job of shedding pressure. He wasn't the reason Philly got completely embarrassed on national television. With Sam Bradford (shoulder) ... (More)9 hours
85.Rams | Thursday practice report for Week 12 (USA Today) St. Louis Rams CB Trumaine Johnson (thigh), DE Robert Quinn (back, hip), OT Andrew Donnal (knee) and OT Rob Havenstein (calf) did not participate in practice Thursday, Nov. 26. The Rams did not practice, so this is an estimation.9 hours
86.Rams | Case Keenum limited again (USA Today) St. Louis Rams QB Case Keenum (concussion) was limited during practice Thursday, Nov. 26. The Rams did not practice Thursday, so this is an estimation.9 hours
87.Stafford carves up Eagles on Thanksgivin... (Rotoworld) Matthew Stafford completed 27-of-38 passes for 337 yards and five touchdowns in Detroit's 45-14, Week 12 win over the Eagles. Analysis: Stafford did whatever he wanted in his best game since 2011, taking deep shots and dump offs alike. He was throwing frozen ropes, and putting them on the money. Stafford found Calvin Johnson for three of his five scores, with Theo Riddick and Golden Tate catching the others. It was a highly impressive day, though it came against a defense that's packed it in for the season. The Eagles' scheme was embarrassingly bad, while LCB Nolan Carroll departed ea... (More)9 hours
88.Case Keenum (RotoWire) Keenum (concussion) was listed as limited on the Rams' injury report Thursday, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports. Analysis: Keenum's activity level was an estimate, as the Rams' regular day off occurs each Thursday, but it matched his limited showing in Wednesday's practice. After that session, head coach Jeff Fisher told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that Keenum is still in the concussion protocol, though he "got under center, he split the reps with Nick [Foles], and he felt pretty good." Keenum seems to be trending in the right direction, with one more chance to show that the concussion is behind him Friday.9 hours
89.Kendall Wright (RotoWire) Wright (knee) practiced fully Thursday. "I think he's good to go, I really do," interim coach Mike Mularkey said Thursday with regard to Wright's chances of playing Sunday against the Raiders. "He had more reps today and I saw him do some things, so I feel good about him." Analysis: Prior to missing the last three games with a knee injury, Wright had recorded 28 catches for 343 yards and three touchdowns in seven games in his role as a starting wideout for the Titans.9 hours
90.Redskins | Chris Culliver out for season (USA Today) Washington Redskins CB Chris Culliver (knee) will miss the rest of the 2015 season after an MRI revealed a torn anterior cruciate ligament and a medial collateral ligament.9 hours
91.Panthers | Corey Brown will not play (USA Today) Carolina Panthers WR Corey Brown (shoulder) has been declared inactive for the Week 12 game against the Dallas Cowboys.9 hours
92.Frank Gore (RotoWire) Gore (knee) practiced fully Thursday. Analysis: After not practicing Wednesday, Gore is on track to suit up Sunday against the Bucs after returning to full practice participation Thursday.9 hours
93.Cowboys | Week 12 inactives for Dallas (USA Today) The Dallas Cowboys have declared WR Brice Butler, TE Geoff Swaim, LB Mark Nzeocha, CB Morris Claiborne, OG Ronald Leary, DE Ryan Russell, RB Trey Williams inactive for Week 12.9 hours
94.Panthers | Carolina\'s Week 12 inactives (USA Today) The Carolina Panthers have declared RB Brandon Wegher, RB Cameron Artis-Payne, CB Charles Tillman, WR Corey Brown, LS Danny Aiken, WR Kevin Norwood, DE Ryan Delaire inactive for Week 12.9 hours
95.Darren McFadden (RotoWire) McFadden (groin) is active for Thursday's contest against the Panthers, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports. Analysis: McFadden is likely the safest play among the skill-position players in Dallas due to his immense workload. Expect him to surpass 20 touches for a sixth game in a row against a Carolina defense that has given up 120.5 total yards per outing to running backs this season.10 hours
96.Bills | Thursday practice report for Week 12 (USA Today) Buffalo Bills WR Marcus Easley (concussion), G John Miller (ankle), DT Kyle Williams (knee) and DE Mario Williams (foot) did not participate in practice Thursday, Nov. 26 DT Marcell Dareus (knee) and FS Bacarri Rambo (shoulder) were limited during practice.10 hours
97.Dez Bryant (RotoWire) Bryant (foot/knee) is active for Thursday's game versus the Panthers, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports. Analysis: Bryant continues to tend to lingering foot and knee injuries, but he'll brush them off for a third contest in a row. With the emerging Josh Norman likely lined up across from him, Bryant's modest volume may not yield the desired results, barring a visit to the end zone.10 hours
98.Bills | Tyrod Taylor limited Thursday (USA Today) Buffalo Bills QB Tyrod Taylor (shoulder) was limited during practice Thursday, Nov. 26.10 hours
99.Vontae Davis practices in full on Thursd... (Rotoworld) Colts RCB Vontae Davis (hamstring) returned to a full practice on Thursday. Analysis: Davis was held out on Wednesday after failing to finish last Sunday's loss to Atlanta. The full practice is a strong sign he'll start versus Tampa Bay.10 hours
100.Morris Claiborne leads Cowboys inactives (Rotoworld) Cowboys declared RCB Morris Claiborne, WR Brice Butler, RB Trey Williams, LB Mark Nzeocha, OG Ronald Leary, TE Geoff Swaim and DE Ryan Russell inactive for Week 12 against the Panthers. Analysis: Claiborne's absence means another start for rookie DB Byron Jones, who has been an asset this season, but was exposed a bit on the boundary against the Dolphins in Week 11. He'll be tested early and often by Cam Newton.10 hours

View Next 100 Articles