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1.Buccaneers | Trindon Holliday signs (KFFL) The Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed free-agent WR Trindon Holliday (Giants) to an undisclosed deal Tuesday, Oct. 21.less than a minute
2.Whitney Mercilus (RotoWire) Mercilus had five tackles and two sacks in Monday night's 30-23 loss to the Steelers. Analysis: The quarterback takedowns were the first of the season for Mercilus, who has been filling in for Jadeveon Clowney (knee). Clowney was a game-time decision Monday, so his return is near. That means Mercilus will be back to a rotation role at outside linebacker, but he's shown an ability to get the quarterback in the past. He could be used as a passing-down specialist.less than a minute
3.Brian Cushing (RotoWire) Cushing (knee) had just one assisted tackle in Monday night's 30-23 loss to the Steelers. He has just five tackles in the past two games. Analysis: Cushing's tackling numbers are what made him an IDP candidate in the past, but something's not right. He had a three-game stretch of 34 tackles between Weeks 3 and 5 before this recent downturn. The linebacker's had two knee surgeries the last two years and it may be affecting him more than has been reported.less than a minute
4.Randy Bullock (RotoWire) Bullock converted all three of his field-goal attempts and added two extra points in Monday night's 30-23 loss to the Steelers. The 11-point night was Bullock's third double-digit outing in seven games. Analysis: Bullock has been successful on 12 of his 14 field-goal attempts this season and his 53 points is tied for 11th among placekicker scoring this season.less than a minute
5.Garrett Graham (RotoWire) Graham had two catches on three targets for 24 yards in Monday night's 30-23 loss to the Steelers. Analysis: The Texans had to throw more Monday after falling behind, but it didn't benefit Graham much. While he's the team's top tight end, Graham has just 17 targets in six games.less than a minute
6.49ers C Daniel Kilgore done for year (Rotoworld) 49ers C Daniel Kilgore (leg) is out for the season. Analysis: Kilgore broke a bone in his left leg during Sunday night's loss at Denver. The first-year starter had been holding up well as he replaced Jonathan Goodwin, earning a top-12 grade from PFF. The 49ers will try to rush third-round rookie Marcus Martin (knee) into the starting lineup following the bye.23 minutes
7.Austin Pettis was late for a team activi... (Rotoworld) Austin Pettis was late for a Rams team activity over the weekend. Analysis: Pettis and practice squad WR Emory Blake were both late, and both have since been cut. But that was likely just the straw that broke the camel's back on Pettis. The former third-round pick had already agreed to a paycut and somehow averaged just 9.66 yards per reception in his NFL career. Stedman Bailey and Chris Givens are better prospects.26 minutes
8.Rey Maualuga isn't expected back for wee... (Rotoworld) Bengals MLB Rey Maualuga (hamstring) is not expected back for a few more weeks. Analysis: Maualuga suffered a severe pull in Week 6 against the Panthers, adding to the Bengals' decimation at linebacker. Backup Vinny Rey had 16 tackles against the Colts in Week 7.29 minutes
9.Aldon Smith's suspension could be reduce... (Rotoworld) 49ers OLB Aldon Smith's nine-game suspension could be reduced for good behavior. Analysis: As of right now, Smith isn't eligible to return until Week 11 against the Giants. But the league office is considering lowering the ban by one or two games, which surely would infuriate the Rams (Week 9 opponent) and Saints (Week 10). There is a precedent for reducing suspensions, namely in the form of Ben Roethlisberger and Brandon Marshall. The 49ers are on a bye this week.33 minutes
10.Calvin Johnson has resumed running (Rotoworld) Calvin Johnson (ankle) has resumed running. Analysis: Johnson is in London with his teammates as they get ready for a game against the 2-5 Falcons. We're expecting him to sit that one out and then take the Week 9 bye to get truly back to 100 percent. Megatron's ability to get some running in on his severe sprain is great news for his outlook upon return -- he's an excellent buy if anyone is selling.39 minutes
11.Whaley thought Brown had star potential (Rotoworld) Bills GM Doug Whaley traded for Bryce Brown because he felt the former Eagle had the potential to be a star. Analysis: Whaley gave up a fourth-round pick to get Brown this summer, relatively steep compensation by NFL standards. Note that Brown was the unquestioned No. 1 high school player in the country coming out, getting compared to Reggie Bush by Lane Kiffin. He has 4.48 speed at 6'0/220 and is excellent in the pass game. As the Buffalo News speculates, Brown will at worst be a "co-feature back" with Anthony Dixon while Fred Jackson (groin) is out. He's a plug-n-play RB2... (More)48 minutes
12.It's not Johnny Football time quite yet (Rotoworld) Coach Mike Pettine said Brian Hoyer is "still firmly our starter."56 minutes
13.Mike Glennon fully expected to start Sun... (Rotoworld) Mike Glennon is expected to start Sunday's game against the Vikings. Analysis: Josh McCown (thumb) has resumed practicing, but Glennon has outperformed the veteran badly this season. Over the last three games, Glennon has gone 1-2 with two 300-yard games and a 6:3 TD-to-INT ration. He'll be a two-QB league option against a very burnable Vikings secondary this week.1 hour
14.Report: Pierre Thomas (shoulder) out 2-3... (Rotoworld) According to NFL Network, Pierre Thomas (shoulder) will miss 2-3 weeks. Analysis: Thomas, currently third on the Saints in both catches and rush attempts, sustained the injury during Sunday's narrow loss at Detroit. The earliest he'll return is likely Week 10, as the Saints play on Thursday night in Week 9. It opens up a nice window for Khiry Robinson to get a bump in snaps and Travaris Cadet to get on the PPR radar. Cadet's role was expanding a bit even before Thomas' injury, as he has 15-129-1 through the air over the last three weeks while exclusively playing in the pass game.1 hour
15.Texans | A.J. Bouye exits with illness (KFFL) Houston Texans CB A.J. Bouye (illness) left the team's game Monday, Oct. 20, with an illness and is questionable to return.6 hours
16.Bengals | A.J. Green says he will play (KFFL) Cincinnati Bengals WR A.J. Green (toe) said he will play Sunday, Oct. 26, against the Baltimore Ravens, according to ESPN's Chris Mortensen.7 hours
17.Wheaton doesn't catch a pass in MNF vict... (Rotoworld) Markus Wheaton was held without a catch on two targets in the Steelers' Week 7 win over the Texans. Analysis: The missed connections between Wheaton and Ben Roethlisberger have been a topic of conversation the past couple weeks, and the two did nothing to squash it Monday. Wheaton simply may not be very good. Rookie WR Martavis Bryant made his NFL debut against Houston and caught a 35-yard touchdown on five targets. Bryant may be poised to pass Wheaton on the depth chart. The diminutive speed threat can't be trusted as anything more than a WR5.8 hours
18.Lance Moore goes 2-12-1 in MNF win (Rotoworld) Lance Moore caught two passes for 12 yards and one touchdown in the Steelers' Week 7 win over the Texans. Analysis: Moore saw just the two targets. His score came on a fake WR sweep-turned-reverse to Antonio Brown where Brown hit Moore in stride for the three-yard touchdown. Moore has touchdowns in back-to-back games, but isn't a fantasy option as the Steelers' No. 3 or 4 receiver. He's merely a role player.8 hours
19.Heath Miller catches lone target for 13 ... (Rotoworld) Heath Miller caught his lone target for 13 yards in the Steelers' Week 7 win over the Texans. Analysis: Once propped up as a candidate to bounce back into the TE1 conversation, Miller has comfortably settled in as a low-upside TE2. He's averaging just three targets per game the past three weeks and only has one score on the season. Miller isn't being used in the red zone as much as we expected entering the year.8 hours
20.Colts | Ahmad Bradshaw finding his touches (KFFL) Indianapolis Colts RB Ahmad Bradshaw is on pace for a combined 215 rushes and receptions and 1,753 total yards this season.8 hours
21.Garrett Graham goes 2-24-0 in loss (Rotoworld) Garrett Graham caught two passes for 24 yards in the Texans' Week 7 loss to the Steelers. Analysis: Graham was targeted three times, but dropped the other. It can be considered one of Graham's better statistical games of the season, which obviously means he's nowhere near fantasy relevance as a TE2/3. Leave him on the wire.9 hours
22.Martavis Bryant catches 35-yard TD in de... (Rotoworld) Martavis Bryant caught a 35-yard touchdown in the Steelers' Week 7 win over the Texans on Monday night. Analysis: Making his NFL debut, the fourth-round pick out of Clemson drew five targets -- good for third on the team behind Antonio Brown and Le'Veon Bell -- and roasted CB Andre Hal on an in-and-out double-move up the right side for the touchdown. Ben Roethlisberger tried to hit Bryant deep a couple other times with no success. Still, Bryant played a healthy amount of snaps and could be making a move on Markus Wheaton for No. 2 duties. Bryant is 6'4/211.9 hours
23.Andre Johnson goes 5-77 on 9 targets in ... (Rotoworld) Andre Johnson caught five passes for 77 yards in the Texans' Week 7 loss to the Steelers on Monday night. Analysis: Johnson and DeAndre Hopkins each saw a team-high nine targets. There was nothing special about Johnson's night. His biggest play was a 24-yard grab on a deep in route in front of the safeties. Johnson has just one touchdown on the season. He could have had another on Monday if Ryan Fitzpatrick would have hit him in stride on a corner route in the end zone. But Fitzpatrick overshot Johnson, who had a step on the defensive back. Johnson remains a WR2 thanks to volume... (More)9 hours
24.Antonio Brown goes 9-90 in MNF victory (Rotoworld) Antonio Brown caught nine passes for 90 yards in the Steelers' Week 7 win over the Texans. Analysis: Brown saw a game-high 13 targets. Ho hum. Just another day at the office. But Brown also threw a three-yard touchdown on a fake WR sweep-turned-reverse when he hit Lance Moore in the end zone. Brown later had a 16-yard touchdown grab of his own called back after it was deemed he didn't get a second foot in bounds. A top-tier WR1, especially in PPR, Browns gets the Colts next.9 hours
25.Nuk Hopkins goes 6-108-0 in MNF loss (Rotoworld) DeAndre Hopkins caught six passes for 108 yards in the Texans' Week 7 loss to the Steelers on Monday night. Analysis: Hopkins and Andre Johnson each saw a team-high nine targets. Ryan Fitzpatrick threw it to whichever receiver was working against embattled Steelers CB Cortez Allen. Hopkins' biggest play of the night was a 32-yard catch in the fourth quarter, but he ended up losing a fumble on the play, crushing the Texans' hopes of a comeback. Hopkins is more of a boom-or-bust WR3 than WR2. He'll have a plus matchup on the road against the Titans in Week 8.9 hours
26.Blount totals 17 yards on eight touches (Rotoworld) LeGarrette Blount rushed for nine yards on seven carries in the Steelers' Week 7 win over the Texans. Analysis: Blount added one catch for eight yards. He mixed in to handle some change-of-pace carries when Le'Veon Bell split out wide or needed a breather. Blount continues to see a handful of weekly carries, but even that's too much.9 hours
27.Blue totals 25 yards, TD on six touches (Rotoworld) Alfred Blue rushed for 14 yards on five carries and caught an 11-yard touchdown in the Texans' Week 7 loss to the Steelers. Analysis: Blue was the vulture on the opening-drive 11-yard score after Arian Foster managed 59 rushing yards to get the Texans near the goal line. Foster is an every-down back, leaving just a handful of touches for Blue weekly, but Blue is one of the top handcuffs to own thanks to Foster's recent injury history.9 hours
28.Big Ben throws for 265 & 2 TDs in MNF wi... (Rotoworld) Ben Roethlisberger completed 23-of-33 passes for 265 yards, two touchdowns, and zero interceptions in the Steelers' Week 7 win over the Texans on Monday night. Analysis: Roethlisberger absorbed three sacks and lost his right tackle and left tackle for stretches in this one. The offense got off to a really slow start, being held scoreless until there was 3:08 left in the first half. That's when Big Ben hooked up with rookie WR Martavis Bryant for a 35-yard touchdown over the top of the defense. The flood gates opened for Pittsburgh. Antonio Brown found Lance Moore for a three-yard ... (More)9 hours
29.FitzMagic tosses 2 TDs, INT in MNF loss (Rotoworld) Ryan Fitzpatrick completed 21-of-32 passes for 262 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception in the Texans' Week 7 loss to the Steelers on Monday night. Analysis: Fitzpatrick played well for much of the first half, leading the Texans on three consecutive scoring drives to open the game. It was a train wreck thereafter. One play after the Steelers had just scored a three-yard touchdown on an Arian Foster fumble at the goal line, Fitzpatrick comes back and tosses an interception at his own 20-yard line with 53 seconds left in the first half. The Steelers scored another TD and total... (More)9 hours
30.Foster piles up 115 yards, TD in MNF def... (Rotoworld) Arian Foster rushed for 102 yards on 20 carries in the Texans' 30-23, Week 7 loss to the Steelers on Monday night, adding four catches for 13 yards and one touchdown. Analysis: Foster got off to a blazing start, rushing for 59 yards on the Texans' 94-yard opening touchdown drive, but was vultured by Alfred Blue for the 11-yard touchdown catch to cap it off. The wheels then fell off the Texans later in the half, and they never recovered. Foster was part of the problem, as he lost a fumble at his own three-yard line, setting up Le'Veon Bell's easy TD. Foster gave fantasy owners a sca... (More)9 hours
31.Ryan Shazier (RotoWire) Shazier (knee) is inactive for Monday's game against the Texans, Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. Analysis: Shazier last suited up for the Steelers in Week 3, but once he gets a full game under his belt, he could quickly re-enter the IDP equation.9 hours
32.Justin Brown (RotoWire) Brown is inactive for Monday's game against the Texans, Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. Analysis: With Brown scratched this week, per Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, look for Lance Moore to work in the slot for the Steelers on Monday, with Martavis Bryant on track to see 10-15 snaps in his season debut.9 hours
33.Kapri Bibbs (RotoWire) Bibbs was signed to the Broncos' active roster Monday, the Denver Post reports. Analysis: Bibbs, who went undrafted in 2014, has spent the first seven weeks of the season on the practice squad. While he led the team with three rushing touchdowns during the preseason, he's not likely to make an impact at this time, as his call up from the practice squad comes as a response to other teams expressing interest in signing him.9 hours
34.Derrick Coleman (RotoWire) Coleman is out indefinitely after breaking his foot during pre-game drills Sunday at St. Louis. Analysis: Backup running back Robert Turbin played fullback Sunday, but the Seahawks likely will sign a fullback this week.9 hours
35.Usama Young (RotoWire) Young suffered a torn ACL/MCL on Sunday and will miss the remainder of the season, Scott Bair of CSN reports. Analysis: Young was helped off the field in the third quarter and carted to the locker room. He took over the starting job after Tyvon Branch went down with a broken foot in Week 3 and played nearly every step over the past four weeks. He'll miss the remainder of the season, and his recovery could carry over into the start of the 2015 season.9 hours
36.Jeremy Lane (RotoWire) Lane could return to practice this week, Curtis Crabtree of the Associated Press reports. Analysis: Placed on IR/designated to return in September, Lane is still not eligible to play until Week 10, regardless of whether or not he practices this week.9 hours
37.Jadeveon Clowney (RotoWire) Clowney (knee) is inactive for Monday's game against the Steelers, the Texans' official site reports. Analysis: Clowney, who practiced twice on a limited basis this week, is thus targeting a return to action in Week 8 against the Titans.9 hours
38.Chris Smith (RotoWire) Smith was promoted from the practice squad Monday, Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union reports. Analysis: Smith, who the Jags waived after Week 1, will return to the roster after the team lost Paul Posluszny (foot) for the season Sunday.9 hours
39.Kenny Britt (RotoWire) Britt (ankle) could miss practice time this week, Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Analysis: Given that the Rams released fellow wideout Austin Pettis on Monday, we suspect that Britt's injury is probably not a major concern at this stage.9 hours
40.Le'Veon lifts Steelers w/ 145 yds, TD on... (Rotoworld) Le'Veon Bell rushed for 57 yards on 12 carries in the Steelers' 30-23, Week 7 win over the Texans on Monday night, adding eight catches for 88 yards and one touchdown. Analysis: Bell didn't see nearly enough work as a runner, with OC Todd Haley opting to give nine carries to LeGarrette Blount and Dri Archer. But Bell more than made up for it in the pass game. His big gain was a 43-yard catch-and-run on a third down in the first half when he ran right past ILB Brian Cushing, who appears to be a shell of his former self after season-ending injuries. Bell was then left wide open righ... (More)9 hours
41.Ricardo Lockette (RotoWire) Lockette played only three offensive plays and saw no targets in Sunday's loss to the Rams. Analysis: It's a little surprising that the special-teams speedster wasn't used in the passing game following the trade of Percy Harvin. But the Seahawks also wanted to get rookies Paul Richardson and Kevin Norwood involved too. The Seahawks still show no inclination to stretch the field, so until that happens, Lockette won't have much of a role.9 hours
42.Austin Pettis (RotoWire) The Rams have waived Pettis, NFL.com reports. Analysis: Pettis, who caught five passes for 112 yards and a TD in five games this season, should catch on elsewhere before long, but he was squeezed out of the Rams' wideout mix by the likes of Brian Quick, Kenny Britt, Chris Givens, Tavon Austin and Stedman Bailey.9 hours
43.Kevin Norwood (RotoWire) Norwood saw his first action of the season Sunday, catching his lone target for four yards. Analysis: Norwood has dealt with a foot injury most of the year. With Percy Harvin traded, he could see more opportunities, but he's still low on the WR depth chart.9 hours
44.Robert Turbin (RotoWire) Turbin, who had five touches for 31 yards, played fullback Sunday in a loss to the Rams after Derrick Coleman broke his foot in pre-game drills. Analysis: Turbin filled in admirably, but the Seahawks likely will sign a fullback this week. Third-stringer Christine Michael was active for the first time this season, but he did nothing (two carries, five yards) to threaten Turbin's spot as the backup to Marshawn Lynch.9 hours
45.Tom Crabtree (RotoWire) The Saints have re-signed Crabtree, the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. Analysis: Crabtree rejoins the Saints' depth TE mix in advance of Sunday's game against his former team, the Packers, but he's off the fantasy radar, with Jimmy Graham back in the New Orleans lineup.10 hours
46.Christine Michael (RotoWire) Michael saw his first action of the season Sunday, rushing twice for five yards in a loss to the Rams. Analysis: Michael was only active for the first time because of numerous injuries that sidelined teammates. And even with backup Robert Turbin playing fullback all game because of a pre-game injury to Derrick Coleman, Michael still only garnered two carries.10 hours
47.Rashad Jennings noncommital about Week 9 (FFToday) Rashad Jennings sprained the MCL in his left knee two weeks ago. He's eyeing a return when the Giants take the field next on November 3 against the Colts. "As the doctors said, they think I'm right on track to be back here soon and it's going to be a day to day [situation]," Jennings said. Jennings did not commit to anything. Next on the schedule is to hit the field during the bye week and begin running and cutting on the knee. He has not yet done anyone running outside the water.10 hours
48.Broncos | Kapri Bibbs was attracting outside interest (KFFL) Denver Broncos RB Kapri Bibbs was attracting interest from other teams on the practice squad, and the Broncos elevated him to their active roster because they didn't want to lose him to another team. The move reflects more on outside interest for Bibbs than it has anything to do with replacing RB Juwan Thompson (knee), who has been dealing with a sore knee. Thompson was able to practice Monday, Oct. 20.10 hours
49.Texans | Week 7 Inactives (KFFL) The Houston Texans have declared CB Darryl Morris, WR DeVier Posey, LB Jadeveon Clowney, OT Jeff Adams, S Josh Aubrey, CB Jumal Rolle, QB Tom Savage inactive for Week 7.10 hours
50.Paul Richardson (RotoWire) Richardson caught four passes for 33 yards in his most playing time this season in Sunday's loss to the Rams. Analysis: Richardson played 43 snaps, more than he had in the first five games (38). He was targeted five times, though none were downfield. With Percy Harvin out of the picture, Richardson is probably the team's best downfield threat. But until the Seahawks start incorporating that into their playbook, Richardson probably won't do much more than he did Sunday even if he emerges as the No. 3 receiver. One positive, though, is fellow speedster Ricardo Lockette was not targeted and fellow rookie Kevin Norwood saw one target ... (More)10 hours
51.Steelers | Week 7 Inactives (KFFL) The Pittsburgh Steelers have declared OG Chris Hubbard, CB Ike Taylor, WR Justin Brown, QB Landry Jones, LB Ryan Shazier, SS Shamarko Thomas, DL Steve Mclendon inactive for Week 7.10 hours
52.Colt McCoy to draw Week 8 start (FFToday) Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden said he's not going to rule out a return this week by quarterback . But Gruden also made it clear that Griffin still must show a lot in practice before the team declares him ready to start. If he doesn't start, then Gruden said Colt McCoy would do so against Dallas for the teams' Oct. 27 matchup. Griffin has not played since dislocating his left ankle in Week 2.10 hours
53.Andre Ellington dealing with sore ribs (FFToday) Cardinals HC Bruce Arians said Monday RB Andre Ellington has sore ribs following Sunday's win at Oakland. However, he is not dealing with any structural damage. Ellington rushed for 88 yards on 24 carries and added 72 receiving yards on six catches during a 24-13 win Week 7. Ellington has 393 rushing yards and is averaging 3.7 yards per carry through six games. He also has 260 receiving yards and two touchdowns (one rushing).10 hours
54.Texans | Jadeveon Clowney to miss Week 7 (KFFL) Houston Texans DE Jadeveon Clowney (knee) will not play in Week 7 because his lateral movement is not where the team wants it to be.10 hours
55.Leodis McKelvin (RotoWire) McKelvin had four tackles and two interceptions in Sunday's win over Minnesota. He was on the field for 57 of the team's 64 defensive snaps, The Buffalo News reports. Analysis: McKelvin seems to have won a full-time starting job back, while being spelled only occasionally by Corey Graham as opposed to being part of a three-man rotation like he was earlier in the season. McKelvin now has 36 tackles, four picks, and five passes defensed, definitely good IDP numbers from the cornerback spot.10 hours
56.Rams | Austin Pettis late for meeting (KFFL) The St. Louis Rams released WR Austin Pettis because he was late for a meeting Saturday, Oct. 18, according to a source. Pettis was inactive for the team's Week 7 game.10 hours
57.Brandon McManus (RotoWire) McManus (strained right groin) did not practice Monday, Mike Klis of the Denver Post reports. Analysis: We'll track his status in advance of Thursday's game against the Chargers, but as long as the Broncos don't sign another kicker, we'll operate under the assumption that McManus will continue to kick for the team in Week 8.11 hours
58.Full-go or nothing for Megatron in Week 8 (FFToday) Calvin Johnson continues to recover from a high right ankle sprain he suffered in Week 3 against Green Bay before he aggravated it two weeks later. Johnson hasn't played since and while he'll travel to England with the Lions this week to face the Atlanta Falcons, whether he plays will be up in the air. HC Jim Caldwell said it'll either be a full Calvin Johnson or no Calvin Johnson when he makes his return. The Lions have an off week following the L... (More)11 hours
59.Seahawks | Zach Miller to miss Week 8 (KFFL) Seattle Seahawks TE Zach Miller (ankle) will not be able to play in Week 8.11 hours
60.Seahawks | Luke Willson could play (KFFL) Seattle Seahawks TE Luke Willson (groin) may be able to play in Week 8, according to head coach Pete Carroll.11 hours
61.Donald Brown (RotoWire) Though the Chargers did not practice Monday, if they had, Brown (concussion) would not have participated, Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Analysis: The same applies to fellow RB Ryan Mathews, with both backs looking iffy, at best, for Thursday's game against the Broncos at this stage.11 hours
62.HC: "A.J. Green has made tremendous progress" (FFToday) Marvin Lewis says he believes A.J. Green has made tremendous progress. He looks forward to seeing how he progresses this week. Analysis: It is not a safe bet for Green to return for Week 8, so owners should be prepared to be without his services again. However, it is possible the Bengals - coming off a shutout loss to the Colts on Sunday - may feel a bit of urgency to get Green back on the field in order to play against Baltimore. At best, he is probably shaping up to be a game-time decision.11 hours
63.Seahawks | Two CBs could play in Week 8 (KFFL) Seattle Seahawks CB Tharold Simon (ankle) and CB Byron Maxwell (calf) may be able to play in Week 7, according to head coach Pete Carroll.11 hours
64.Vincent Jackson (RotoWire) Jackson (ribs) was among the Bucs who did not practice Monday, the Tampa Bay Times reports. Analysis: More on Jackson's status no later than Wednesday's practice, but at this stage, there is nothing to suggest that his availability for Sunday's game against Minnesota is in any danger.11 hours
65.Seahawks | Derrick Coleman to miss time (KFFL) Seattle Seahawks FB Derrick Coleman (foot) will miss at least six weeks because of a foot injury he suffered in Week 7.11 hours
66.Andre Ellington (RotoWire) Coach Bruce Arians confirmed Monday that Ellington came out of Week 7's game with sore ribs, but noted that the running back did not suffer any structural damage, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official reports. Analysis: Ellington's practice reps have been managed of late in any case, so expect him to be limited (or even sit out) Wednesday's session, but so far there is nothing to suggest that the running back's Week 8 availability will be impacted by his rib issue.11 hours
67.Martavis Bryant (RotoWire) Bryant is slated to make his season debut Monday against the Texans, Dale Lolley of the Observer-Reporter reports. Analysis: At 6-4, 211 pounds, Bryant could develop into a red zone threat for the Steelers in time, but for now a wait-and-see approach is in order for the 2014 first-rounder.11 hours
68.Rams | Emory Blake released (KFFL) St. Louis Rams WR Emory Blake was released Monday, Oct. 20.11 hours
69.Raiders | Usama Young out for season (KFFL) Oakland Raiders FS Usama Young (knee) will miss the rest of the season after suffering a torn anterior cruciate ligament and a torn medial collateral ligament in Week 7, according to a source.11 hours
70.Bucs sign KR Trindon Holliday (Rotoworld) Bucs signed KR Trindon Holliday. Analysis: Holliday spent the summer with the Giants before getting cut prior to Week 1. He's a return man only, so it can't be good news for undrafted WR Solomon Patton.11 hours
71.Browns | Brian Hoyer struggled in Week 7 (KFFL) Cleveland Browns QB Brian Hoyer completed only 39 percent of his passes in the team's Week 7 game, which is the worst completion percentage by any quarterback this season.11 hours
72.Jake Locker (RotoWire) Locker (right thumb) is slated to throw on Tuesday, Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean reports. Analysis: The Titans will then see how Locker responds on Wednesday, but the hope remains that the QB could be available for this coming Sunday's contest against the Texans.11 hours
73.Saints | Glenn Foster to IR (KFFL) New Orleans Saints DE Glenn Foster (knee) was placed on the Reserve/Injured list Monday, Oct. 20.11 hours
74.Saints | Tom Crabtree re-signs (KFFL) The New Orleans Saints re-signed TE Tom Crabtree to their active roster Monday, Oct. 20.11 hours
75.Bengals | Rey Maualuga expected to miss time (KFFL) Cincinnati Bengals LB Rey Maualuga (hamstring) is expected to miss a few weeks because of his hamstring injury.11 hours
76.Bengals | Vontaze Burfict did not suffer concussion (KFFL) Cincinnati Bengals LB Vontaze Burfict (neck) did not suffer a concussion in the team's Week 7 game but did suffer a neck injury, according to a team official. Burfict has suffered two concussions this season and has been able to finish only on game this season.11 hours
77.NFL | Five become free agents (KFFL) Carolina Panthers DB Robert Lester, Cleveland Browns TE Gerell Robinson, Dallas Cowboys DT Ken Bishop and LB Korey Toomer and Miami Dolphins DT Deandre Coleman cleared waivers and became free agents Monday, Oct. 20.11 hours
78.Titans | Brett Brackett waived (KFFL) Tennessee Titans TE Brett Brackett was placed on no-recall waivers Monday, Oct. 20.11 hours
79.Jerrell Freeman (RotoWire) Freeman suffered a hip pointer in Sunday's win over the Bengals and will have an MRI, the Indianapolis Star reports. Analysis: The injury isn't thought to be serious but the need for an MRI is a concern. Freeman had six tackles in Sunday's win and an average of 6.3 tackles per game since missing four games due to a hamstring injury.11 hours
80.Reggie Wayne (RotoWire) Coach Chuck Pagano relayed Monday that Wayne (elbow) has an MRI on tap, Kevin Bowen of the Colts' official site reports. Analysis: The same applies to RB Trent Richardson, with both players thus far having downplayed the severity of their current ailments.11 hours
81.Trent Richardson (RotoWire) Coach Chuck Pagano relayed Monday that Richardson (hamstring) has an MRI on tap, Kevin Bowen of the Colts' official site reports. Analysis: Richardson has downplayed his hamstring issue thus far, but until an MRI confirms the running back's optimism, his status will be worth monitoring in advance of Sunday's game against the Steelers.11 hours
82.Rams | Austin Pettis waived (KFFL) The St. Louis Rams waived WR Austin Pettis Monday, Oct. 20.11 hours
83.Jacquizz Rodgers (RotoWire) Rodgers rushed twice for nine yards in Sunday's loss to the Ravens. Analysis: He also caught one ball for three yards. The Falcons struggled to get the offense going all day, failing to get on the scoreboard until midway though the fourth quarter. Steven Jackson, Devonta Freeman and Antone Smith all registered more touches than Rodgers, which will certainly make it difficult for Rodgers to have much fantasy value.11 hours
84.Cowboys | Brandon Carr hurts hamstring (KFFL) Dallas Cowboys CB Brandon Carr (hamstring) strained his hamstring in Week 7 against the New York Giants. Carr still played every defensive snap and should be able to play Monday, Oct. 27, against the Washington Redskins.11 hours
85.Jonas Gray (RotoWire) After being on the field for 12-of-60 snaps on offense in Week 7, Gray is a candidate to see added action behind Shane Vereen (48 snaps) in the coming weeks, ESPN.com reports. Analysis: While Vereen was the Patriots' primary back in Week 7, it's not hard to imagine the 5-11, 230-pound Gray (who recorded three carries for 12 yards in his season debut) seeing more opportunities at the expense of Brandon Bolden in the coming weeks. While Gray can't be considered a reliable fantasy lineup option at this stage, he is worth a roster stash to see how his role in the team's backfield evolves in the coming weeks.11 hours
86.Levine Toilolo (RotoWire) Toilolo caught two balls for 20 yards in Sunday's loss to the Ravens. Analysis: Even though he's seen an uptick in targets (12 targets in the last two games compared to 13 in the first five games), Toilolo simply isn't producing at the rate many had hoped coming into this season. Replacing a hall of fame tight end is no easy task, but through seven games Toilolo has yet to accumulate more than 35 yards in a game.11 hours
87.Buccaneers | Bucs not shopping Vincent Jackson (KFFL) Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Vincent Jackson's name came up over the weekend in reports that the team was fielding phone calls from interested teams, but head coach Lovie Smith said Monday, Oct. 20, that the team isn't interested in trading their star receiver.12 hours
88.Devonta Freeman (RotoWire) Freeman tallied 37 total yards in Sunday's loss to the Ravens. Analysis: Freeman had some moderate value in PPR leagues as he hauled in five balls for 17 yards and added 20 yards on two rushes, but the Falcons are simply too committed to the pass for Freeman to get an ample amount of work in the running game. The Falcons were the only team to have above a 2:1 pass-run ratio last year, and their 44 passes to 15 running back runs in this one show they've strayed little from that path.12 hours
89.Steelers RT Gilbert (concussion) exits M... (Rotoworld) Steelers RT Marcus Gilbert was forced from Week 7 against the Texans with a concussion. Analysis: Mike Adams is in the game next to RG David DeCastro where they'll try and limit J.J. Watt. Gilbert signed a five-year, $30 million extension in August.12 hours
90.Falcons | Matt Ryan heavily pressured (KFFL) Atlanta Falcons QB Matt Ryan was sacked five times as the team's offensive line continues to struggle with injuries and poor play. "We had way too much pressure," head coach Mike Smith said. "Our quarterback was hit and sacked way too much. There were times where we really didn't have a chance to get the play off, and that's very difficult for a quarterback, and we have to do better with our protection."12 hours
91.Chargers | Monday practice report (KFFL) San Diego Chargers LB Jeremiah Attaochu (hamstring), CB Brandon Flowers (concussion) and LB Manti Te'o (foot) did not participate in practice Monday, Oct. 20. CB Jason Verrett (shoulder) and CB Steve Williams (groin) were limited during practice, while OG Richard Ohrnberger (back) and OT D.J. Fluker (ankle) fully participated in practice. The Chargers did not hold a practice Monday, and this ... (More)12 hours
92.C.J. Spiller (RotoWire) Coach Doug Marrone confirmed Monday that Spiller underwent surgery to repair his clavicle. Analysis: Per ESPN's Mike Rodak, the Bills haven't decided yet whether or not Spiller will be placed on IR, but obviously the running back is out indefinitely. With Fred Jackson also in line to miss time, the team's Week 8 backfield will be headed by a combo of Bryce Brown and Anthony Dixon, with the Bills also considering adding another back to their practice squad.12 hours
93.Chargers | Donald Brown does not practice (KFFL) San Diego Chargers RB Donald Brown (concussion) did not participate in practice Monday, Oct. 20. The Chargers did not hold a practice Monday, and this is an estimation.12 hours
94.Broncos | Brandon McManus not practicing (KFFL) Denver Broncos PK Brandon McManus (groin) did not practice Monday, Oct. 20. The Broncos didn't officially conduct a practice, so McManus' designation is an estimation.12 hours
95.Vontaze Burfict (RotoWire) When asked about Burfict (cervical strain) on Monday, coach Marvin Lewis said that the linebacker is "fine," ESPN's Coley Harvey reports. Analysis: We'll take that to mean that Burfict's current injury is not thought to be a major one, but at this stage the linebacker's status for Sunday's game against the Ravens is unclear.12 hours
96.Broncos | Montee Ball remains out (KFFL) Denver Broncos RB Montee Ball (groin) did not practice again Monday, Oct. 20. The Broncos didn't actually practice, so Ball's designation is an estimation.12 hours
97.Chargers | Ryan Mathews misses practice (KFFL) San Diego Chargers RB Ryan Mathews (knee) did not participate in practice Monday, Oct. 20. The Chargers did not hold a practice Monday, and this is an estimation.12 hours
98.Giants | Cullen Jenkins has strained calf (KFFL) New York Giants DT Cullen Jenkins (calf) has a strained calf and is expected to miss at least two weeks.12 hours
99.Kirk Cousins (RotoWire) Coach Jay Gruden said Monday that Cousins' teammate, Colt McCoy, will get Washington's starter's reps at quarterback this week. Analysis: The team hasn't completely ruled out the possible return of Robert Griffin this weekend, but at this stage, it's clear that if he remains out -- which is the likely outcome -- then McCoy will draw the team's Week 8 starting QB nod over Cousins.12 hours
100.Colt McCoy (RotoWire) Coach Jay Gruden said Monday that McCoy will get Washington's starter's reps at quarterback this week. Analysis: At this stage, fellow QB Robert Griffin isn't totally ruled out for action this weekend, but per Gruden, Griffin has "a long way to go" on that front. As a result, for now Washington is proceeding as though McCoy will draw the start at QB for the team in next Monday's contest against Dallas.12 hours

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