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1.Jeremy Maclin (RotoWire) Maclin (rest) will practice Wednesday, CSN Philadelphia reports. Analysis: Maclin received a day off from practice Tuesday, but will re-join his teammates for Wednesday's session. This weekend, Maclin, who ranks fifth in yards per reception (17.7), has a favorable matchup against a Rams' defense currently allowing 8.2 yards per attempt, a mark tied for fifth-worst league-wide.less than a minute
2.Desmond Bishop (RotoWire) Bishop re-signed with the Cardinals on Wednesday, Yahoo! Sports reports. Analysis: Bishop was signed and released by the Cardinals last month, but will now be brought back to provide depth at linebacker for Arizona.less than a minute
3.Jonathan Stewart (RotoWire) Stewart (knee) is hoped to be cleared for this Sunday's game against the Bears, ESPN reports. Analysis: Stewart missed last week's game due to a knee sprain, but tried to practice Friday, indicating a belief that he could be ready to play soon. While that practice didn't go well, another week of recovery could afford Stewart enough time to be cleared for this Sunday's game versus Chicago. Given the Panthers' dire backfield situation, where rookie Darrin Reaves and recent signing Chris Ogbonnaya embody the team's only healthy running backs, having Stewart available would certainly help Carolina's options. Nonetheless, it's unclear ... (More)less than a minute
4.DeAngelo Williams (RotoWire) Williams (foot) is out for Sunday's game against the Bears, ESPN reports. Analysis: Williams entered this week as doubtful after suffering a foot injury during last Sunday's game, but is now wearing a cast on his right foot and faces another sideline spell. The veteran's latest injury further depletes the Panthers' backfield options, leaving rookie Darrin Reaves and recent signing Chris Ogbonnaya as Carolina's only healthy running backs. However, although Jonathan Stewart (knee) and Fozzy Whittaker (quadriceps) are also banged-up, both ball-carriers stand a chance of being cleared for Sunday, potentially providing a needed boost t... (More)less than a minute
5.Clay Matthews (RotoWire) Matthews (groin) fully participated in Tuesday's practice. Analysis: With a short week to recover for Thursday's game against Minnesota, it's an encouraging sign for Matthews that he was a full participant. Matthews had a limited impact in the Packers' Week 4 win in Chicago, but he salvaged a quiet IDP performance with a late interception.less than a minute
6.Mike Glennon (RotoWire) With Josh McCown (thumb) expected to be unavailable this week against the Saints, Glennon is expected to earn his second straight starting nod, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Analysis: McCown remains in a holding pattern with his thumb injury, with the team believing he'll be able to avoid surgery after he reported improvement while throwing Monday. Even so, McCown still needs further recovery time, and it seems rather unlikely that he earns back the starting role once he's healthy. Glennon wasn't spectacular in Sunday's victory over the Steelers, but he did limit his turnovers and showed excellent poise while driving... (More)less than a minute
7.Josh McCown (RotoWire) No surgery on McCown's thumb has been planned at this time, but he's still unlikely to play against the Saints this week, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports. Analysis: While McCown's thumb apparently showed improvement during his throwing session Monday, he still needs further recovery time and figures to be inactive again in Week 5. His week off will afford Mike Glennon another look in the starter's role, after he engineered the Bucs' comeback victory last Sunday against the Steelers.less than a minute
8.Eagles | Jeremy Maclin will practice WED (KFFL) Philadelphia Eagles WR Jeremy Maclin will return to practice Wednesday, Oct. 1, according to head coach Chip Kelly.less than a minute
9.Cowboys | Tony Romo to sit Wednesday (KFFL) Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo will not practice Wednesday, Oct. 1.less than a minute
10.Ronnie Brown (RotoWire) Brown was waived by the Texans on Wednesday, Mark Berman of MyFoxHouston.com reports. Analysis: The Texans' cutting of Brown would seem to suggest the team is confident in the health of top tailback Arian Foster, who played through a hamstring injury in last Sunday's win over the Bills. The Texans signed cornerback Jumal Rolle off the Packers' practice squad to fill Brown's spot on the 53-man roster.less than a minute
11.Panthers | DeAngelo Williams out (KFFL) Updating an earlier report, Carolina Panthers RB DeAngelo Williams (ankle) is out for Week 5, according to head coach Ron Rivera.less than a minute
12.Panthers | Jonathan Stewart could play (KFFL) Carolina Panthers RB Jonathan Stewart (knee) has a chance to play in Week 5, as head coach Ron Rivera said he's hopeful Stewart can return this week.less than a minute
13.Dolphins | Randy Starks sitting (KFFL) Miami Dolphins DT Randy Starks (back) is out of practice Wednesday, Oct. 1, but is jogging on the sideline.less than a minute
14.Texans | One signed, one cut (KFFL) The Houston Texans signed CB Jumal Rolle off the Green Bay Packers' practice squad and released RB Ronnie Brown Wednesday, Oct. 1.less than a minute
15.Panthers | DeAngelo Williams in a cast (KFFL) Updating previous reports, Carolina Panthers RB DeAngelo Williams (ankle) has right foot and ankle in a cast Wednesday, Oct. 1.less than a minute
16.Falcons | Three players work out (KFFL) The Atlanta Falcons worked out free-agent FS M.D. Jennings, SS Chris D. Clemons and OL Eric Winston Tuesday, Sept. 30. ESPN analyst Ed Werder confirmed the workout of Winston, who is the president of the NFL Players Association.1 hour
17.Dolphins | Desmond Bishop visits (KFFL) The Miami Dolphins brought in free-agent LB Desmond Bishop for a visit Tuesday, Sept. 30.1 hour
18.Bears | Work out two linemen (KFFL) Free-agent DL Nate Collins and Jermelle Cudjo worked out for the Chicago Bears this week.1 hour
19.Patriots | Two players reinstated (KFFL) The New England Patriots reinstated CB Brandon Browner and WR Brian Tyms from the suspended list Tuesday, Sept. 30. They each have a roster exemption that expires Monday, Oct. 6.1 hour
20.McKinnon Limited In Practice, Questionable For Thursday Night (FFChamps) Vikings running back Jerick McKinnon was limited in practice on Tuesday due to an ankle injury. Analysis: McKinnon is not in danger of missing Week 5 even on a short week. The Vikings are just resting him after he had 19 touches in Sunday's victory over the Falcons.5 hours
21.Broncos | Tough matchup for Peyton Manning? (KFFL) Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning has struggled against current Arizona Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles in the past, throwing eight touchdowns and seven interceptions in five meetings with Bowles-coached defenses.8 hours
22.Jaguars | Denard Robinson staying in RB mix (KFFL) Jacksonville Jaguars RB Denard Robinson will continue to be involved in a rotation at running back with RB Toby Gerhart, and head coach Gus Bradley said the team strongly believes in Gerhart but will continue to search for the right mix at the position.9 hours
23.Patriots | Tom Brady scared in the pocket? (KFFL) New England Patriots QB Tom Brady has looked "scared to death" throwing the ball this season, his former teammate, Rodney Harrison, said Tuesday, Sept. 30.9 hours
24.Eagles | Jake Knott signed to practice squad (KFFL) The Philadelphia Eagles re-signed free-agent LB Jake Knott to their practice squad Tuesday, Sept. 30.10 hours
25.Lions | Four players work out (KFFL) The Detroit Lions worked out free-agent RBs Tashard Choice (Colts) and Alex Green (Jets) and free-agent WRs Damian Williams (Dolphins) and Ramses Barden (Jaguars) Tuesday, Sept. 30.10 hours
26.49ers | Michael Wilhoite impressing (KFFL) San Francisco 49ers LB Michael Wilhoite has started for LB Navorro Bowman (knee) in all four games this season, and Bowman said he has been impressed by his replacement. "Mike is a good coverage linebacker," Bowman said. "He's starting to get a feel when he can take a chance or not. That comes with experience."11 hours
27.Giants | Larry Donnell on near-record pace (KFFL) New York Giants TE Larry Donnell is on pace to finish the year with 100 catches, 944 yards and 16 touchdowns. The single-season record for touchdowns by a tight end is currently 17.11 hours
28.Packers | More carries for James Starks? (KFFL) Green Bay Packers RB James Starks did not register a carry in the team's Week 4 game, and head coach Mike McCarthy said that will change going forward. "James Starks should touch the football every single game," McCarthy said Tuesday, Sept. 30. "That will not happen again."11 hours
29.Mario Manningham (RotoWire) The Giants released Manningham (calf) from injured reserve Tuesday, Rand Getlin of Yahoo! Sports reports. Analysis: Manningham suffered a calf injury late in the preseason, resulting in his placement on IR, but he was the roster bubble long before then. The 28-year-old missed the first half of last season while recovering from a torn ACL, and he caught just nine of 23 targets for 85 yards in six games with the 49ers when healthy, so it's hard to imagine he'll garner significant interest now that he's a free agent.12 hours
30.Luke Willson will start at tight end for... (Rotoworld) Seahawks TE Luke Willson will start while Zach Miller (ankle) is sidelined. Analysis: Willson, a 2013 fifth-rounder, is a toolsy pass-catching prospect who goes 6'5/251 with 4.51 speed. He can certainly stretch the seam Monday night against a Redskins defense getting shredded by tight ends, but volume in this spread-the-wealth passing attack will be a concern. Willson's snaps also project to be limited by his deficiencies as a blocker. We'd rather take a shot on Austin Seferian-Jenkins as a TE1 streamer.12 hours
31.Joe McKnight (RotoWire) McKnight (Achilles) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reports. Analysis: McKnight ruptured his Achilles in practice last week, so it was just a matter of time before he ended up on IR. The fourth-year back posted a career game in Week 3 with Jamaal Charles out with an ankle injury, catching six passes for 64 yards and two scores, after not playing at all in 2013. His loss makes the eventual return of De'Anthony Thomas (hamstring) more intriguing, though Charles and Knile Davis will continue to handle most of the work out of the backfield for Kansas City.12 hours
32.Ben Tate Back At Practice For Browns (FFChamps) Browns running back Ben Tate is practicing Tuesday and seems to have recovered from the knee injury he suffered in Week 1. Keep in mind Tate missed Weeks 2 and 3 and the team had a bye in Week 4.13 hours
33.Carson Palmer Says He'll Play vs. Broncos (FFChamps) Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer is probable for Sunday's game against Denver, though he also said "the nerve in his shoulder hasn't progressed as much as he had hoped," to Ed Werder.13 hours
34.Tamba Hali (RotoWire) Hali recorded a sack, a forced fumble and three tackles against the Patriots on Monday. Analysis: Hali remains a good option in IDP leagues with his high sack totals, now with three through the first four games. He has now forced two fumbles as well, but continues to have a low tackle total, with just 14 (13 solo) on the season.13 hours
35.Bengals Expect Marvin Jones To Be Back This Week (FFChamps) Bengals receiver Marvin Jones could be activated for Sunday night's game against New England. Analysis: Jones took part in two practices last week and should be in every practice this week. In fact, the Cincinnati Enquirer says he's expected to return, so get ready. He posted 712 yards receiving and 10 touchdowns last season.13 hours
36.Cowboys | Bruce Carter update (KFFL) Updating a previous report, Dallas Cowboys LB Bruce Carter's (quadriceps) will reportedly need 10-14 days for his strained right quadriceps to heal, assuring he will miss Week 5 against the Houston Texans.13 hours
37.Eagles | Release two players (KFFL) The Philadelphia Eagles released LB Brandon Hepburn and OT Tyler Hoover Tuesday, Sept. 30.13 hours
38.Dolphins | Release two players (KFFL) The Miami Dolphins released DE Gerald Rivers and CB Rod Sweeting Tuesday, Sept. 30.13 hours
39.Justin Houston (RotoWire) Houston had two sacks, a forced fumble, a tackle for loss, and seven tackles (six solo) against the Patriots on Monday. Analysis: Houston now has five sacks on the season, putting him on track to easily surpass his career-high total from last season.13 hours
40.Redskins | Two added to PS (KFFL) The Washington Redskins re-signed LB Gabe Miller and DT Robert Thomas to their practice squad Tuesday, Sept. 30.13 hours
41.Buccaneers | Sign Kevin Cone to PS (KFFL) The Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed free-agent WR Kevin Cone (Cardinals) to their practice squad Tuesday, Sept. 30.13 hours
42.Rams | Re-sign Brad Smelley (KFFL) The St. Louis Rams re-signed TE Brad Smelley to their practice squad Tuesday, Sept. 30.13 hours
43.Jaguars | Sign Tommy Streeter to PS (KFFL) The Jacksonville Jaguars signed free-agent WR Tommy Streeter (Dolphins) to their practice squad Tuesday, Sept. 30.13 hours
44.Husain Abdullah (RotoWire) Abdullah returned an interception for a touchdown in Monday's game against the Patriots. Analysis: Abdullah also recorded eight tackles (all solo), three pass deflections and a quarterback hit. The interception was the first of the season and sixth of his career. He made the most of it, taking it all the way back for his first career defensive touchdown. He is also on pace to easily surpass his tackle totals from last season.13 hours
45.Lions | Sign William Powell to PS (KFFL) The Detroit Lions signed free-agent RB William Powell (Texans) to their practice squad Tuesday, Sept. 30.13 hours
46.Falcons | Sign two to PS (KFFL) The Atlanta Falcons signed free-agent S Kimario McFadden (Buccaneers) and re-signed OG Adam Replogle to their practice squad Tuesday, Sept. 30.14 hours
47.Chiefs | Place Joe McKnight on IR (KFFL) The Kansas City Chiefs placed RB Joe McKnight (Achilles') on Reserve/Injured Tuesday, Sept. 30.14 hours
48.Cairo Santos (RotoWire) Santos connected on both of his field-goal attempts against the Patriots on Monday. Analysis: Santos also hit five extra points in the game. He is now 4-of-6 on the season after a shaky start in his first two games.14 hours
49.Giants | Release Mario Manningham (KFFL) The New York Giants released WR Mario Manningham (calf) from their Reserve/Injured list with an injury waiver Tuesday, Sept. 30.14 hours
50.Bears | Waive two players (KFFL) The Chicago Bears placed LB Terrell Manning and WR Rashad Ross on no-recall waivers Tuesday, Sept. 30.14 hours
51.Panthers | Re-sign Tauren Poole (KFFL) The Carolina Panthers re-signed RB Tauren Poole to their practice squad Tuesday, Sept. 30.14 hours
52.Lions | Make two roster moves (KFFL) The Detroit Lions placed RB Montell Owens (hamstring) on Reserve/Injured and signed RB George Winn from their practice squad Tuesday, Sept. 30.14 hours
53.Titans | Release Brad Sorensen (KFFL) The Tennessee Titans released QB Brad Sorensen from their practice squad Tuesday, Sept. 30.14 hours
54.Dolphins | Miami signs LaMichael James (KFFL) The Miami Dolphins signed free-agent RB LaMichael James (49ers) Tuesday, Sept. 30.14 hours
55.Vontaze Burfict (RotoWire) Burfict (concussion) didn't practice Monday but expects to play Sunday night. Analysis: Before you invest in Burfict on the waiver wires in IDP leagues, make sure he gets back on the practice field first.15 hours
56.Vikings | Tuesday practice report (KFFL) Minnesota Vikings LB Chad Greenway (hand/rib) did not practice Tuesday, Sept. 30. CBs Captain Munnerlyn (illness) and Josh Robinson (hamstring) were limited. FB Jerome Felton (knee), LB Michael Mauti (foot), WR Rodney Smith (hamstring) and LB Brandon Watts (knee).15 hours
57.Vikings | Kyle Rudolph doesn't practice (KFFL) Minnesota Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph (abdomen/groin) did not practice Tuesday, Sept. 30.15 hours
58.Chargers | Chargers lacking running game (KFFL) The San Diego Chargers ran just 20 times for 42 yards in Week 4 against the Jacksonville Jaguars for a measly 2.1 yards per carry. After four games this year, they are the second-worst running team in the league, and they host the New York Jets, the stingiest run defense, in Week 5. "The big thing is the running game. It's nowhere where it needs to be," head coach Mike McCoy said. "There's no excuses about it. We're not running it well enough. We're not blocking well enough. Whatever we're running isn't working. We've got to figure out as coaches and players how to get it done... (More)15 hours
59.Packers | Tuesday practice report (KFFL) Green Bay Packers LB Sam Barrington (hamstring), DT Josh Boyd (knee) and WR Jarrett Boykin (groin) did not practice Tuesday, Sept. 30. LB Brad Jones (quadriceps) was limited, while LB Clay Matthews (groin) practiced in full.15 hours
60.Lions work out four veteran players (Rotoworld) The Lions worked out free agent RBs Tashard Choice and Alex Green. Analysis: With Montell Owens (hamstring) placed on I.R., the Lions are updating their emergency list. In addition to hosting both running backs, the Lions also had WRs Damian Williams and Ramses Barden in for tryouts. Choice is 29.15 hours
61.Victor Butler (RotoWire) Butler was released by the Cardinals on Tuesday. Analysis: Butler missed all of last season while recovering from an ACL tear and failed to make the Saints' roster during training camp. He'll now hit the open market and seek to land with a team in search of veteran help at linebacker.15 hours
62.Teddy Bridgewater (RotoWire) Bridgewater (ankle) sat out a second straight practice Tuesday, NFL.com reports. Analysis: Bridgewater is nursing a sprained ankle suffered during the fourth quarter of Sunday's game against the Falcons. Although he's yet to practice since then, Bridgewater has done rehab work in the meantime and is thought to have a decent chance of being ready for Thursday's game versus the Packers. Expect his status to continue to be updated leading up to the Vikings' early Week 5 kickoff.15 hours
63.Titans | Work out more cornerbacks (KFFL) The Tennessee Titans worked out free-agents CBs Brandon Ghee (Chargers) and Derek Cox (Bears) Tuesday, Sept. 30.15 hours
64.Colts | T.Y. Hilton leads team in targets (KFFL) Indianapolis Colts WR T.Y. Hilton leads the team in targets (38), but hasn't converted any of them into a touchdown thus far.15 hours
65.Vikings | Teddy Bridgewater remains hopeful (KFFL) Minnesota Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater (ankle) is feeling "much better" Tuesday, Sept. 30, and head coach Mike Zimmer remains hopeful that Bridgewater can play in Week 5 against the Green Bay Packers Thursday, Oct. 2. If Bridgewater is going to throw and push off his left foot, he'll likely do so during a walk-through Wednesday, Oct. 1. QB Christian Ponder would make his first start of the year if Bridgewater doesn't play.16 hours
66.Falcons | William Moore to IR (KFFL) Atlanta Falcons SS William Moore (shoulder) will be placed on the short-term Reserve/Injured list, according to head coach Mike Smith.16 hours
67.Cardinals | Cut Victor Butler (KFFL) The Arizona Cardinals released LB Victor Butler Tuesday, Sept. 30.16 hours
68.Eagles immediately reinserting Lane John... (Rotoworld) Lane Johnson was the Eagles' first-team right tackle in Tuesday's practice. Analysis: It's confirmation Johnson won't spend any time "getting up to speed" on the bench after he was suspended for the season's first four games. Johnson's return allows Todd Herremans to move back to right guard, greatly fortifying the Eagles' struggling line in the process. C Jason Kelce and LG Evan Mathis' absences will continue to loom large, however.16 hours
69.Bridgewater doesn't practice Tuesday (FFToday) Teddy Bridgewater (ankle) was held out of Tuesday's practice. The "hope" is that he'll be ready for Wednesday's walk-through, but Bridgewater himself has made it clear that he's no sure thing for Thursday's game against the Packers. The short week couldn't be coming at a worse time for the Vikes, who could be forced to turn to Christian Ponder in an important divisional tilt. Analysis: Ponder doesn't offer much fantasy value, and a less-than-100 percent Bridgewater doesn't excite us that much, either. We'd re... (More)16 hours
70.Jerick McKinnon (ankle) limited on Tuesd... (Rotoworld) Jerick McKinnon (ankle) remained limited on Tuesday. Analysis: There's been zero concern surrounding McKinnon's status on a short week. The Vikings are just managing his reps after he touched the ball 19 times in Sunday's win over the Falcons. McKinnon is an upside FLEX play for Week 5.16 hours
71.William Moore (RotoWire) Moore (shoulder) will be placed on the Falcons' injured reserve/designated-to-return list, ESPN reports. Analysis: Moore suffered a serious shoulder injury during Sunday's game and will consequently be ruled out for the foreseeable future, representing a major blow to a Falcons team currently ranked 31st in total defense. The 29-year-old entered this season coming off a career year that included 86 tackles (67 solo), three interceptions, three forced fumbles, two recovered fumbles, two sacks and seven passes defensed. Once Moore was forced to exit Sunday's game, second-year player Kemal Ishmael replaced him at strong safety and de... (More)17 hours
72.Carson Palmer (RotoWire) Palmer's (shoulder) nerve issue didn't progress as quickly as he hoped it would over the Cardinals Week 4 bye, NFL.com reports. Analysis: Palmer believed last week that he would definitely be ready to start Sunday's game against the Broncos, but after Arizona's bye week, the quarterback doesn't sound as optimistic. According to coach Bruce Arians, Wednesday's practice will be key in determining Palmer's status for this weekend. As a result, a better indication on Palmer's availability should come later this week, although backup Drew Stanton will be prepared to make a third straight start should Palmer be ruled out.17 hours
73.Jimmy Garoppolo (RotoWire) After the Chiefs took a 41-7 lead in the fourth quarter of Monday night's game, Garoppolo replaced starting QB Tom Brady and completed 6-of-7 passes for 70 yards and a 13-yard touchdown to Rob Gronkowski, the Boston Herald reports. Analysis: Garoppolo looked sharp in garbage time Monday, gaining some valuable regular-season experience in the process, but he remains a Brady injury away from anything other than spot duty for the Patriots.17 hours
74.Shiloh Keo (RotoWire) Keo (calf) was cut by the Texans on Tuesday, the Houston Chronicle reports. Analysis: Keo hasn't played this season and will be replaced on the Texans' roster by Josh Aubrey.17 hours
75.Cowboys | DeMarco Murray avoiding contact (KFFL) Dallas Cowboys RB DeMarco Murray has rushed for 327 yards before contact this year.17 hours
76.Browns | Jordan Cameron's injury to linger? (KFFL) Cleveland Browns TE Jordan Cameron (shoulder) said he expects to deal with the sprained AC joint in his shoulder for the rest of the season. However, he said, "I feel good. I feel healthy."17 hours
77.Mark Davis: I might contact Jon Gruden (Rotoworld) Raiders owner Mark Davis admits he may contact ESPN's Jon Gruden about the team's coaching vacancy. Analysis: Davis also optimistically added that Gruden might contact him. Davis insisted the team's opening is an attractive one, bragging about salary-cap space and "some players." When quizzed about Reggie McKenzie's performance as general manager, Davis was a little more coy. "We'll find out," Davis told reporter Tim Kawakami. "Gotta win." Finally, Davis said he expects to have more involvement in the team's coaching search than when it hired Dennis Allen. It's going to be an interesting few months ... (More)17 hours
78.Brian Tyms (RotoWire) Tyms is set to return from his suspension this week, ESPN.com reports. Analysis: It remains to be seen what Tyms' role with the team will be out of the gate, but his strong preseason suggests that he could garner some opportunities in the coming weeks, with the Patriots still clearly looking for answers in their passing game.17 hours
79.Stephen Gostkowski (RotoWire) Gostkowski recorded just two extra points in Monday's 41-14 loss to the Chiefs. Analysis: Gostkowski came into Week 4 averaging 10 points a game, but the Patriots' offense was brutal Monday, leading to the kicker's dud. While the team's offense has sputtered of late, Gostkowski has been accurate when given a chance thus far, having made all eight of his field-goal attempts.17 hours
80.Jarrett Boykin (RotoWire) Boykin (knee/groin) is not practicing Tuesday, ESPN Wisconsin reports. Analysis: Boykin missed Sunday's game against the Bears after a knee injury was compounded by a groin issue during practice last week. Now, with a quick turnaround before Thursday's divisional clash versus the Vikings, Boykin could be poised to miss another contest. Should that happen, rookie Davante Adams would figure to retain the Packers' No. 3 wideout position.17 hours
81.Titans | Work out Curtis Marsh (KFFL) The Tennessee Titans worked out free-agent CB Curtis Marsh (Eagles) Tuesday, Sept. 30.17 hours
82.Giants release Manningham with settlemen... (Rotoworld) Giants released WR Mario Manningham with an injury settlement. Analysis: Manningham was on injured reserve with a calf issue. Not the same since tearing his ACL in 2012, Manningham will likely struggle to find a new home. Now 28, he caught 51 passes in 18 combined games for the 49ers in 2012-13.17 hours
83.Montell Owens (RotoWire) Owens is expected to miss a few weeks due to a hamstring injury, the Detroit Free Press reports. Analysis: Owens' latest hamstring injury comes while Joique Bell (concussion) and Theo Riddick (hamstring) are also banged up. As a result, the Lions promoted running back George Winn from their practice squad Tuesday.17 hours
84.Bears waived LB Terrell Manning (Rotoworld) Bears waived LB Terrell Manning. Analysis: Manning had appeared in just one of the Bears' first four games. The 2012 fifth-round pick of the Packers is running out of NFL chances.17 hours
85.Travis Kelce Implants Himself As Weekly Fantasy Option (FFChamps) Kansas City tight end Travis Kelce continues to progress and is quickly becoming a viable fantasy option. Analysis: Monday night he caught eight of nine targets for 93 yards and a touchdown. He's caught touchdowns in back-to-back games and may be the Chiefs' No. 1 receiver surpassing Dwayne Bowe.17 hours
86.Tim Wright (RotoWire) Wright was on the field for 16-of-50 snaps on offense in Monday's 41-14 loss to the Chiefs, ESPN.com reports. Analysis: Though Wright saw something of a bump in playing time Monday after playing just five snaps in Week 3, he was not targeted in the contest. While Wright's involvement in the Patriots' passing game could increase as the season rolls along, until we see such a development, he's not a fantasy consideration.17 hours
87.Ryan Shazier (RotoWire) Shazier (knee) is not expected to play this week against the Jaguars, ESPN reports. Analysis: Shazier missed Sunday's game after suffering a sprained ACL in Week 3 and could be ruled out for another contest while still recovering. In that case, Sean Spence would figure to earn another start at inside linebacker.17 hours
88.Jimmy Clausen (RotoWire) Clausen made his season debut Sunday against the Packers, completing his lone pass in relief of Jay Cutler. Analysis: The Bears were simply winding down the clock with just minutes remaining in the team's 21-point loss. It was Clausen's first appearance in an NFL game since his forgettable rookie season with the Panthers in 2010.17 hours
89.Charles and Davis Can Co-Exist In KC Backfield (FFChamps) Even with Jamaal Charles returning to the starting lineup, Chiefs running back Knile Davis produced for fantasy owners. Analysis: Davis rushed 16 times for 107 yards and caught one pass for 12 yards. It's not last weekend's total, but still double-digit fantasy points. Meanwhile, Charles rushed for 92 yards and a score and caught three balls for 16 yards and two more scores. Welcome back Jamaal.17 hours
90.Eagles | Brandon Boykin hopes to play this week (KFFL) Philadelphia Eagles CB Brandon Boykin (hip) hopes to practice later this week and play in the team's Week 5 game.17 hours
91.Donald Stephenson comes off suspension (Rotoworld) Chiefs activated RT Donald Stephenson from the reserve/suspended list. Analysis: Stephenson should immediately reassume starting duties from Ryan Harris, who has been ineffective in his absence.17 hours
92.James White (RotoWire) White was on the field for 14-of-50 snaps on offense in Monday's 41-14 loss to the Chiefs, ESPN.com reports. Analysis: The report notes that White played 11 of those snaps on the final two drives of the game and the outcome of the contest no longer in doubt. In the process, White carried three times for 21 yards and caught three passes for 15 yards. He remains a Shane Vereen or Stevan Ridley injury away from fantasy relevance.17 hours
93.Joe McKnight (Achilles') sent to injured... (Rotoworld) Chiefs placed RB Joe McKnight on injured reserve with a ruptured Achilles', ending his season. Analysis: McKnight suffered the injury in practice last week. McKnight is just 26, but has all of seven touches over the past two seasons. He's probably near the end of the NFL line.17 hours
94.GM McKenzie insists he'll hire next coac... (Rotoworld) Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie insists he'll hire the team's next coach. Analysis: McKenzie put on a brave face at the presser announcing Tony Sparano's hiring as interim coach, but the reality is, his job is in just as much danger as Dennis Allen's was before his firing. McKenzie has whipped together a disparate, misshapen roster, and been extremely spotty in the draft. He's shown nothing to suggest he's the man to lead Oakland out of the NFL basement.18 hours
95.Danny Amendola (RotoWire) Amendola was on the field for 28-of-50 snaps on offense in Monday's loss to the Chiefs, ESPN.com reports. Analysis: At this stage, Amendola is behind Julian Edelman and Brandon LaFell in the Patriots' wideout pecking order, and after three straight games without a catch, he's off the fantasy radar too.18 hours
96.Marlon Brown (RotoWire) Brown's role in the offense is starting to increase, Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reports. Analysis: Brown played 31 snaps in Sunday's win over the Panthers, while a struggling Jacoby Jones logged just six. However, Jones probably won't disappear from the offense, as he has a solid history with the team and is being paid more than he would if he were just a return specialist. Regardless of how this plays out, Brown and Jones will both find targets hard to come by unless Torrey Smith or Steve Smith suffers an injury.18 hours
97.Dashon Goldson (RotoWire) Goldson (ankle) is wearing a boot on his left ankle and is unsure whether he'll be able to play Sunday against the Saints, the Tampa Bay Times reports. Analysis: Goldson's ankle injury forced him out during the first quarter of Sunday's game and he was subsequently replaced by Major Wright in the Buccaneers' first-team defense. Should he be ruled out Sunday, Wright would figure to continue at free safety and finished Sunday's game with nine tackles (six solo).18 hours
98.Steelers | Cut Adam Podlesh (KFFL) The Pittsburgh Steelers cut P Adam Podlesh Tuesday, Sept. 30.18 hours
99.Brandon Browner (RotoWire) Browner is set to return from his suspension this week, ESPN.com reports. Analysis: Once he's up to speed, Browner is in line to carve out a role at cornerback for the Patriots opposite Darrelle Revis, but until he sees a full and productive game, a wait-and-see approach is in order from an IDP perspective.18 hours
100.Brandon Browner's four-game ban up (Rotoworld) Patriots activated CB Brandon Browner from the reserve/suspended list. Analysis: Browner will enter the mix at cornerback this week, but may not immediately start opposite Darrelle Revis. He'll likely need a few weeks to get back into football shape.18 hours

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