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1.Lions | Two players fined (KFFL) Detroit Lions SS James Ihedigbo has been fined $10,000 for an unnecessary roughness penalty he received in Week 9. OG Garrett Reynolds was fined $22,050 for a blindside block.less than a minute
2.Raiders | D.J. Hayden may see more time (KFFL) Oakland Raiders CB D.J. Hayden could receive more reps in Week 9 because of the injury to CB Carlos Rogers (knee).less than a minute
3.49ers | Patrick Willis a game-time decision (KFFL) San Francisco 49ers LB Patrick Willis (toe) said he will be a game-time decision for Week 9. Willis said he still feels pain in his toe and is not 100 percent.less than a minute
4.Chiefs | Marcus Cooper could start (KFFL) Kansas City Chiefs CB Marcus Cooper could start at cornerback in Week 9 because of the injury to CB Jamell Fleming (hamstring). Another option would be if SS Ron Parker moved from strong safety to cornerback.less than a minute
5.Chiefs | Eric Berry's role uncertain (KFFL) Kansas City Chiefs SS Eric Berry's (ankle) role for Week 9 is uncertain, because head coach Andy Reid wants to see how Berry feels during the game.less than a minute
6.Cardinals | Tony Jefferson meets with doctor (KFFL) Arizona Cardinals SS Tony Jefferson (concussion) was cleared to play Thursday, Oct. 30, but was scheduled to meet with an independent neurologist Friday, Oct. 31, because the team wanted to make sure he could play, according to head coach Bruce Arians.less than a minute
7.Cardinals | Patrick Peterson will not shadow top WR (KFFL) Arizona Cardinals CB Patrick Peterson will line up across from Dallas Cowboys WR Dez Bryant at times during the team's Week 9 game but will not shadow him for the entire game, according to head coach Bruce Arians.5 minutes
8.Eagles | Trent Cole receives fine (KFFL) Philadelphia Eagles LB Trent Cole has been fined $22,050 for hitting Arizona Cardinals QB Carson Palmer in the helmet in Week 8.10 minutes
9.Cardinals | Jerraud Powers fined (KFFL) Arizona Cardinals CB Jerraud Powers has been fined $16,537 for a horse collar tackle he made in Week 8.10 minutes
10.Buccaneers | Three options to return punts (KFFL) Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Louis Murphy, WR Marcus Thigpen and RB Bobby Rainey are options to return punts in the team's Week 9 game.17 minutes
11.Jaguars | Ace Sanders keeping return job (KFFL) Jacksonville Jaguars WR Ace Sanders will keep his punt return job even though he is averaging 6.6 yards per return, according to head coach Gus Bradley.21 minutes
12.Browns | Josh Gordon pleads guilty (KFFL) Cleveland Browns WR Josh Gordon pleaded guilty Friday, Oct. 31, to speeding stemming from an incident in May. Gordon was fined $150 and has to pay $194 in court costs.33 minutes
13.Browns | Jordan Cameron may miss another game (KFFL) Cleveland Browns TE Jordan Cameron (concussion) could miss the team's Week 10 game since the game is on Thursday, Nov. 6. Cameron has already been ruled out for Week 9.46 minutes
14.Bengals | Giovani Bernard uncertain for Week 10 (KFFL) Cincinnati Bengals RB Giovani Bernard's (hip) status for Week 10 is uncertain since the game is on Thursday, Nov. 6, and the team will take a wait-and-see approach with him, according to head coach Marvin Lewis. Bernard has already been ruled out for Week 9.1 hour
15.Redskins | Bashaud Breeland injured (KFFL) Washington Redskins CB Bashaud Breeland (knee) injured his knee during practice Friday, Oct. 31, which is why he is listed as questionable for Week 9.1 hour
16.Eagles | Mychal Kendricks expected to start (KFFL) Philadelphia Eagles LB Mychal Kendricks (calf) is expected to start in Week 9 after having a limited role in the team's Week 8 game.1 hour
17.Jets | Saalim Hakim willing to play CB (KFFL) New York Jets WR Saalim Hakim said he is willing to be a situational cornerback in the team's Week 9 game like he was in Week 8.1 hour
18.Jets | Three options to start at CB (KFFL) New York Jets CBs Marcus Williams, Josh Thomas and Phillip Adams are options to start at cornerback since CB Darrin Walls (calf, knee) is listed as doubtful for Week 9.1 hour
19.Patriots | Akeem Ayers fined (KFFL) New England Patriots LB Akeem Ayers has been fined $8,267 for kicking an opponent during the team's Week 8 game.2 hours
20.Cowboys | Sean Lee likely to move to OLB (KFFL) Dallas Cowboys LB Sean Lee likely will move from middle linebacker to weakside linebacker next season, according to owner/general manager Jerry Jones.2 hours
21.Giants | Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie's status uncertain (KFFL) New York Giants CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie's (back, hamstring) status for Week 9 is uncertain at this point, according to head coach Tom Coughlin.2 hours
22.Jets | Percy Harvin a focal point of offense (KFFL) New York Jets WR Percy Harvin played 44 of 84 snaps in his debut with the team in Week 8, lining up in the backfield and running some deep routes. The Jets are making it a point to immediately get the ball into his hands.3 hours
23.Jaguars | Telvin Smith stepping up at LB (KFFL) Jacksonville Jaguars LB Telvin Smith took over at middle linebacker in Week 8 against the Miami Dolphins after winning AFC Defensive Player of the Week in Week 7 against the Cleveland Browns. Smith and LB J.T. Thomas have played effectively together, strengthening the overall team defense.3 hours
24.Redskins | Trent Murphy a fine replacement (KFFL) Washington Redskins LB Trent Murphy played 61 of 65 snaps in Week 8 against the Dallas Cowboys, and he had three quarterback hurries and one hit as the team's replacement for LB Brian Orakpo opposite LB Ryan Kerrigan.3 hours
25.Dolphins | Jarvis Landry moving up depth chart (KFFL) Miami Dolphins WR Jarvis Landry officially has passed WR Brandon Gibson as the No. 3 receiver on the depth chart, as he played more snaps than Gibson for the third straight week in Week 8.3 hours
26.Dolphins | Dion Jordan to be used heavily (KFFL) Miami Dolphins DE Dion Jordan played 30 snaps at defensive end and 19 more on special teams in Week 8, and it looks like he'll continue to be heavily used after returning from his suspensions.3 hours
27.Seahawks | Christine Michael not being used (KFFL) Seattle Seahawks RB Christine Michael, who was active for the first time in Week 7, has only played seven snaps this season.3 hours
28.Seahawks | Kam Chancellor a game-time decision (KFFL) Seattle Seahawks SS Kam Chancellor (groin) will be a game-time decision for Week 9 because of his groin injury, according to head coach Pete Carroll.3 hours
29.Seahawks | Tharold Simon to start (KFFL) Seattle Seahawks CB Tharold Simon will start at cornerback in Week 9 because of the injury to CB Byron Maxwell (calf).3 hours
30.Rams | Stedman Bailey, Chris Givens splitting reps (KFFL) St. Louis Rams WRs Stedman Bailey and Chris Givens split repetitions with WR Brian Quick (shoulder) out for the year in Week 8. Bailey played 22 snaps opposite WR Kenny Britt, and Givens played 21 snaps against the Kansas City Chiefs.3 hours
31.Rodney McLeod (RotoWire) McLeod (knee) is questionable for Sunday's game against San Francisco. Analysis: Given St. Louis' Tuesday trade for Mark Barron, it's probable that McLeod will head to the bench even if he suits up.3 hours
32.Trumaine Johnson (RotoWire) Johnson (knee) is probable for Sunday's game against San Francisco. Analysis: Johnson should step into the starting lineup and give St. Louis a boost at the cornerback position, but he doesn't look like IDP material at this time.3 hours
33.Kenny Britt (RotoWire) Britt (hip) is probable for Sunday's game against San Francisco. Analysis: Britt is at nearly full health for Sunday, and he might see a more prominent role in the St. Louis offense with Brian Quick (shoulder) out. Still, the St. Louis passing game has struggled a bit lately, making it hard to see Britt as much more than a deep league gamble for now.3 hours
34.Andre Johnson (RotoWire) Johnson (ankle) is probable for Sunday's game against the Eagles, the Texans' official site reports. Analysis: Johnson looks good to go this week, and is thus in line to continue to see his share of targets, on the heels of seeing 12 looks in Week 8, and 33 targets over his last three games overall.3 hours
35.Browns | Johnny Manziel not frustrated (KFFL) Cleveland Browns QB Johnny Manziel disagreed with head coach Mike Pettine's notion that he is frustrated and believes he is on the right track. "I feel like I'm in the role that I need to be at this time," Manziel said. "And, for me, obviously, I wasn't where I needed to be throughout the earlier stages of being here, and now is my time to play catchup and make sure I'm on top of my things, continuing to get better and what's up to my level and also the coaches' level of where I need to perform."3 hours
36.Seahawks | Friday injury report (KFFL) Seattle Seahawks DT Jordan Hill (ankle), SS Jeron Johnson (concussion), CB Byron Maxwell (calf), TE Zach Miller (ankle), LB Malcolm Smith (non-injury) and LB Bobby Wagner (toe) have been ruled out for Week 9. SS More)3 hours
37.Alfred Blue (RotoWire) Blue (ankle) is probable for Sunday's game against the Eagles, the Texans' official site reports. Analysis: While Blue recorded 14 carries for 42 yards last weekend, his fantasy value is capped as long as top back Arian Foster continues to see a heavy volume of work.3 hours
38.Tramaine Brock (RotoWire) Brock (toe) is questionable for Sunday's game against St. Louis. Analysis: Brock played against Denver last week, but he didn't quite look right, and it's possible that the 49ers might rest him this week against a St. Louis wideout rotation that just lost lead man Brian Quick (shoulder) for the year.3 hours
39.Arian Foster (RotoWire) Foster (knee) is probable for Sunday's game against the Eagles, the Texans' official site reports. Analysis: Foster remains a candidate to see plenty of work in Week 9, having hit the 20-carry mark and topped 100 rushing yards in each of the Texans' last four games, en route to notching eight touchdowns in that span.3 hours
40.Patrick Willis (RotoWire) Willis (toe) is questionable for Sunday's game against St. Louis. Analysis: Willis practiced in a limited capacity all week, but he evidently isn't quite ready to call himself 100 percent healthy. He'll therefore head into the weekend questionable, so his IDP owners will want to have a replacement option within reach for the 4:05 eastern time wave of games Sunday.3 hours
41.Chris Culliver (RotoWire) Culliver (shoulder) is probable for Sunday's game against St. Louis. Analysis: Culliver's return at cornerback will make life a bit tougher for Austin Davis and the St. Louis receivers, but he isn't likely to make a predictable IDP impact.3 hours
42.Jimmie Ward (RotoWire) Ward (quadriceps) is probable for Sunday's game against St. Louis. Analysis: Although he's still trying to break his way into the starting 49ers defense, Ward's presence will be useful Sunday since he's a talented defender who can contribute at both safety and cornerback.3 hours
43.Montee Ball (RotoWire) Ball (right groin) is listed as out for Sunday's game against the Patriots, ESPN.com reports. Analysis: The report notes that Ball worked with the Broncos' strength and conditioning staff during the team's workouts this week, but he continues to miss practice and his potential return date remains unclear at this stage.4 hours
44.Kam Chancellor (RotoWire) Chancellor (groin) is questionable for Sunday's game against Oakland. Analysis: Chancellor didn't show up on the injury report until Friday, at which point he was listed as a DNP on the practice report. That implies he suffered the injury after Thursday's practice or during Friday's. Either way, it makes Chancellor highly questionable for Sunday. With Jeron Johnson out, Chancellor's backup appears to be DeShawn Sneed or Steven Terrell.4 hours
45.Ronnie Hillman (RotoWire) Hillman (shoulder) is listed as a probable for Sunday's game against the Patriots, ESPN.com reports. Analysis: After turning in a full practice Friday, the report indicates that Hillman, who had been limited earlier in the week, is expected to start Sunday's contest (with Montee Ball still out) and in the process, be available for his normal workload in Week 9.4 hours
46.Seahawks | Marshawn Lynch probable (KFFL) Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch (non-injury) fully participated in practice Friday, Oct. 31, and is listed as probable for Week 9.4 hours
47.Reggie Wayne (RotoWire) Wayne (elbow) practiced fully Friday, ESPN.com reports. Analysis: The report notes that coach Chuck Pagano indicated Thursday that he wanted to see how Wayne fared at practice Friday and Saturday before making a decision on the wideout's status for Monday's game against the Giants, but Wayne's full participation Friday certainly bodes well on that front.4 hours
48.Jeron Johnson (RotoWire) Johnson (concussion) is out for Sunday's game against Oakland. Analysis: Johnson's absence leaves Seattle more dependent on other backups for its special teams coverage, but it shouldn't change much otherwise.4 hours
49.Raiders | Friday injury report (KFFL) Oakland Raiders TE David Ausberry (foot), WR Vincent Brown (hamstring), CB Chimdi Chekwa (hamstring) and CB Keith McGill (groin) have been ruled out for Week 9. CB Carlos Rogers (knee) was listed as doubtful, while CB Travis Carrie (back), FB More)4 hours
50.Geno Smith (RotoWire) Smith practiced fully Friday, but is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, according to ESPN.com. Analysis: The report suggests that the signs point to Smith being available Sunday, though with Michael Vick starting the contest, Smith is not a Week 9 fantasy lineup consideration, in any case.4 hours
51.Malcolm Smith (RotoWire) Smith (groin) is out for Sunday's game against Oakland. Analysis: Smith's absence is a disruptive one for the Seahawks, as he was already stepping in as a replacement for Bobby Wagner (toe) in one of Seattle's three-down linebacker roles. Bruce Irvin seems to be the next man in line, but any one of a handful of Seattle backups could get auditions in Smith's place Sunday, too. Rookie Kevin Pierre-Louis may be the top candidate given that his skill set is similar to Smith's.4 hours
52.Richard Sherman (RotoWire) Sherman (back) is probable for Sunday's game against Oakland. Analysis: Sherman's absence Thursday was evidently for rest purposes more than anything else, so he's ready to go for Sunday. Playing against a rookie quarterback (Derek Carr), this would seem to be one of his better on-paper bets to intercept a pass -- something he's yet to do in 2014.4 hours
53.Bryan Walters (RotoWire) Walters (concussion) is probable for Sunday's game against Oakland. Analysis: Walters has gained clearance from the NFL's concussion protocol, but it's hard to see him making a fantasy impact with just 10 targets in six games.4 hours
54.Marshawn Lynch (RotoWire) Lynch (non-injury) is probable for Sunday's game against Oakland. Analysis: Playing at home against Oakland, it would be exceedingly frustrating if Lynch didn't get it going this week. The Seahawks offense is struggling with its identity, but it wasn't long ago that they were invincible at home, and Lynch is the centerpiece of that identiy.4 hours
55.Alex Smith (RotoWire) Smith (shoulder) practiced fully Friday and is probable for Sunday's game against the Jets, the Chiefs' official site reports. Analysis: Smith -- who has a 9:4 TD:INT ratio to date -- looks good to go for Sunday's game and working in his favor is that the 1-7 Jets have surrendered a league-high 22 passing TDs thus far.4 hours
56.Travis Kelce (RotoWire) Kelce (ribs) practiced fully Friday and is probable for Sunday's game against the Jets, the Chiefs' official site reports. Analysis: Kelce -- who caught four of six targets for 45 yards in Week 8 -- hasn't scored in his last two games, but he remains a decent TE option in most formats, while leading the Chiefs with 28 catches through seven games and averaging 50.3 yards per game overall.4 hours
57.Tony Jefferson (RotoWire) Jefferson (concussion) is questionable for Sunday's game against Dallas. Analysis: Jefferson received concussion clearance earlier this week and practiced fully Friday, but he still remains questionable on the injury report. It's possible that the Cardinals will be extra cautious with Jefferson since they have all of Deone Bucannon, Tyrann Mathieu and Rashad Johnson at safety.4 hours
58.Patriots | Deontae Skinner re-signs (KFFL) The New England Patriots re-signed LB Deontae Skinner to their practice squad Friday, Oct. 31, and released WR Jonathan Krause in a corresponding move.4 hours
59.Michael Floyd (RotoWire) Floyd (knee) is probable for Sunday's game against Dallas. Analysis: Floyd practiced fully all week, so his health isn't in question. His up-and-down role makes him a bit more hit-or-miss than his owners probably anticipated when they selected him early in drafts prior to the season, however.4 hours
60.Panthers | Kevin Reddick signs (KFFL) The Carolina Panthers signed free-agent LB Kevin Reddick (Chargers) to their practice squad Friday, Oct. 31. In a corresponding move, RB Tauren Poole was released.4 hours
61.Troy Niklas (RotoWire) Niklas (ankle) is questionable for Sunday's game against Dallas. Analysis: Niklas won't have much of a role in the Arizona offense even after he makes his return, but his dynasty owners understandably would like to see him make some sort of impact in his rookie year. Niklas was limited in practice all week.4 hours
62.Patrick Peterson (RotoWire) Peterson (concussion) is probable for Sunday's game against Dallas. Analysis: Peterson received concussion clearance earlier this week, so any concerns with his status for Sunday are long gone by now.4 hours
63.Andre Ellington (RotoWire) Ellington (foot) is probable for Sunday's game against Dallas. Analysis: Ellington is following the same routine he has all year, taking a few breaks in practice throughout the week while heading into the weekend at or near full strength. He be as able as ever against a modest Dallas run defense.4 hours
64.Carlos Rogers (RotoWire) Rogers (knee) is doubtful to play in Sunday's game against the Seahawks, Bill Williamson of ESPN reports. Analysis: Rogers has missed practice all week and should not be expected to play. This is another drop in the bucket for the injury plagued Raiders, but Rogers missing the game is still surprising given that he hasn't missed a start since 2010.4 hours
65.Rams | Kenny Britt probable (KFFL) St. Louis Rams WR Kenny Britt (hip) practiced in full for the second straight day Friday, Oct. 31, and is probable for Week 9 against the San Francisco 49ers.4 hours
66.Bruce Carter (RotoWire) Carter (thigh/finger) is probable for Sunday's game against Arizona. Analysis: Carter broke a finger in practice this week, but it's evidently a non-issue. He should serve as Dallas' second linebacker behind Rolando McClain.4 hours
67.Eric Berry (RotoWire) Berry (ankle) will return Sunday against the Jets, Adam Teicher of ESPN reports. Analysis: Berry hasn't played since Sep. 14 after suffering the high ankle sprain. Although he will return Sunday, his role for the game remains unclear at this point. If he is limited, Ron Parker could still see some snaps at strong safety when he sits.4 hours
68.Tony Romo (RotoWire) Romo (back) is questionable for Sunday's game against Arizona. Analysis: Romo didn't practice all week, making it hard to buy in to the optimism coach Jason Garrett expressed all week about Romo's chances of playing against Arizona. Romo is shaping up to be a game-time decision Sunday, but luckily for his owners Dallas has an early kickoff.4 hours
69.Brian Cushing (RotoWire) Cushing (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Eagles, Tania Ganguli of ESPN reports. Analysis: Cushing acknowledged that isn't sure yet if he will play this week, but he remains hopeful at this stage. "Nothing's definite, but I feel good," Cushing noted. "I want to play and hope to play. That's the plan." In any case, the linebacker's Week 9 status will be clarified in advance of the first wave of games Sunday, with the Texans kicking off at 1:00 ET.4 hours
70.Brandon Weeden (RotoWire) If Tony Romo (back) is unable to play against Arizona on Sunday, Weeden would start for Dallas. Analysis: Romo didn't practice all week but was listed as questionable, making him a game-time decision against the Cardinals. Weeden has a strong arm and arguably good pedigree as a former first-round pick, but he's still a bust with accuracy issues, and he struggles to read defenses. Even against a vulnerable Arizona pass defense, it would be difficult to sign off on him outside of leagues that start two quarterbacks.4 hours
71.Patriots | Tom Brady will play in Week 9 (KFFL) New England Patriots QB Tom Brady (ankle) practiced in full Friday, Oct. 31, and is probable for Week 9 against the Denver Broncos.4 hours
72.Rolando McClain (RotoWire) McClain (shoulder) is probable for Sunday's game against Arizona. Analysis: McClain has established himself as Dallas' top linebacker by now, so the fact that he's prepared for Sunday is good news for the Dallas run defense.5 hours
73.Patriots | Friday injury report (KFFL) New England Patriots DE Chandler Jones (hip) has been ruled out for Week 9 against the Denver Broncos. DE Dominique Easley (knee), S Nate Ebner (finger), OT Cameron Fleming (finger) and WR Matthew Slater (shoulder) are questionable, while CB Brandon Browner (ankle) is probable. Jones didn't practice Friday, Oct. 31. Browner practiced in full, and the others were limited.5 hours
74.Broncos | Probable status for Juwan Thompson (KFFL) Denver Broncos RB Juwan Thompson (knee) practiced in full Friday, Oct. 31, and is probable for Week 9 against the New England Patriots.5 hours
75.Buccaneers | Vincent Jackson probable (KFFL) Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Vincent Jackson (rib) fully practiced Friday, Oct. 31, and is probable for Week 9.5 hours
76.Jimmy Wilson (RotoWire) Wilson is probable for Sunday's game against the Chargers, Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post reports. Analysis: Wilson has been limited throughout practice, but should still be able to play against the Chargers. He will be important against Philip Rivers.5 hours
77.Broncos | Brandon McManus will play (KFFL) Denver Broncos PK Brandon McManus (groin) practiced in full Friday, Oct. 31, and is probable for Week 9 against the New England Patriots.5 hours
78.Brandon Carr (RotoWire) Carr (hamstring) is probable for Sunday's game against Arizona. Analysis: Carr is arguably Dallas' top corner, so it's good news for the Dallas defense that he's ready to go. He practiced fully all week.5 hours
79.Broncos | Ronnie Hillman probable for Week 9 (KFFL) Denver Broncos RB Ronnie Hillman (shoulder) practiced in full Friday, Oct. 31, and is probable for Week 9 against the New England Patriots.5 hours
80.Broncos | Montee Ball ruled out (KFFL) Denver Broncos RB Montee Ball (groin) did not practice Friday, Oct. 31, and has been ruled out for Week 9 against the New England Patriots.5 hours
81.49ers | Friday practice report for Week 9 (KFFL) San Francisco 49ers CB Tramaine Brock (toe) and LB Patrick Willis (toe) both were limtied in practice Friday, Oct. 31, and are questionable for Week 9. CB Chris Culliver (hamstring) and S Jimmie Ward (quadriceps) both fully practiced and are probable.5 hours
82.Cardinals | Andre Ellington practices in full (KFFL) Arizona Cardinals RB Andre Ellington (foot) fully participated in practice Friday, Oct. 31, and is probable for Week 9.5 hours
83.Koa Misi (RotoWire) Misi (ankle) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Chargers, Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post reports. Analysis: This ankle injury came in Week 1 and has been repeatedly aggravated, which means the Dolphins might just have to rest him until he's fully healthy.5 hours
84.Broncos | Friday injury report (KFFL) Denver Broncos S Quinton Carter (hamstring), TE Virgil Green (calf) and LB Steven Johnson (ankle) are questionable for Week 9 against the New England Patriots. LB Lamin Barrow (concussion), CB Omar Bolden (concussion), CB Chris Harris Jr. (knee), OG Louis Vasquez (illness) and CB More)5 hours
85.Redskins | Robert Griffin probable (KFFL) Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III (ankle) practiced in full for the third straight day Friday, Oct. 31, and is probable for Week 9 against the Minnesota Vikings.5 hours
86.Cardinals | Michael Floyd fully practices (KFFL) Arizona Cardinals WR Michael Floyd (knee) fully participated in practice Friday, Oct. 31, and is probable for Week 9.5 hours
87.Vincent Brown (RotoWire) Brown (hamstring) is out for Sunday's game against the Seahawks, the Raiders' official site reports. Analysis: Brown, who last suited up in Week 4, did not practice all Week, with his status for Week 10's contest against the Broncos cloudy as a result.5 hours
88.Redskins | Friday injury report (KFFL) Washington Redskins CB Bashaud Breeland (knee) is questionable for Week 9 against the Minnesota Vikings. S Ryan Clark (ankle, shoulder), OT Trent Williams (knee), LB Ryan Kerrigan (wrist), LB Trent Murphy (knee), CB Tracy Porter (hamstring), LB Perry Riley (knee) and LB ... (More)5 hours
89.Vikings | Friday injury report (KFFL) Minnesota Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph (hernia) has been ruled out for Week 9 against the Washington Redskins. CB Jabari Price (hamstring) is questionable, while DE Brian Robison (gluteus), CB Josh Robinson (ankle), DT Sharrif Floyd (ankle, knee), LB Gerald Hodges (hamstrin... (More)5 hours
90.David Ausberry (RotoWire) Ausberry (knee) is out for Sunday's game against the Seahawks, the Raiders' official site reports. Analysis: With Ausberry still out, Mychal Rivera is in line to continue to see the bulk of the Raiders' TE targets in Week 9.5 hours
91.Kenbrell Thompkins (RotoWire) Thompkins (personal) practiced fully Friday and is probable for Sunday's game against the Seahawks, the Raiders' official site reports. Analysis: Thompkins, who missed Thursday's practice for personal reasons, is thus on track to suit up this weekend, though with James Jones and Andre Holmes also in the mix, it remains to be seen how heavily targeted he'll be on a weekly basis. Last Sunday against the Browns, Thompkins caught four passes on eight targets for 34 yards.5 hours
92.Steve McLendon (RotoWire) McLendon (shoulder) is probable for Sunday night's game against the Ravens. Analysis: McLendon has missed two games in a row, but should return Sunday after fully participating in practice throughout the week. He should be matched up against a strong Ravens interior line and will try to limit Justin Forsett up the middle.5 hours
93.Texans | Probable status for Andre Johnson (KFFL) Houston Texans WR Andre Johnson (ankle) was limited in practice Friday, Oct. 31, but is probable for Week 9 against the Philadelphia Eagles.5 hours
94.Texans | Arian Foster probable for Week 9 (KFFL) Houston Texans RB Arian Foster (knee) was limited in practice Friday, Oct. 31, but is probable for Week 9 against the Philadelphia Eagles.5 hours
95.Texans | Friday injury report (KFFL) Houston Texans LB Jeff Tarpinian (knee) has been ruled out for Week 9 against the Philadelphia Eagles. LB Jadeveon Clowney (knee, illness), LB Brian Cushing (knee) and CB Darryl Morris (ankle) are questionable, while RB Alfred Blue (ankle), DE Tim Jamison (groin), CB More)5 hours
96.Cardinals | Friday practice report for Week 9 (KFFL) Arizona Cardinals S Tony Jefferson (concussion) fully practiced Friday, Oct. 31, and is questionable for the team's Week 9 game. LB Kenny Demers (knee), CB Patrick Peterson (concussion), DE Calais Campbell (knee) and S Rashad Johnson (knee) all fully practiced and are probable.5 hours
97.Ike Taylor (RotoWire) Taylor (arm) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Ravens. Analysis: Just like last week, Taylor will not play after a week of limited practice. This week is the last of the six-week recovery timetable Taylor suggested, so a return against the Jets next week could be possible.5 hours
98.Charles Clay (RotoWire) Clay (knee) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Chargers, the Sun Sentinel reports. Analysis: Though he's been a hit-or-miss option of late, Clay's Week 9 fantasy cause could be boosted a bit by the absence of Dion Sims (toe).5 hours
99.Mike Mitchell (RotoWire) Mitchell (groin) is probable for Sunday night's game against the Ravens. Analysis: After taking time off in the last two days of practice, Mitchell was a full particpant Friday and should be ready to play in a key game for the Steelers.5 hours
100.Sean Lee (RotoWire) Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Friday that Lee (knee) will likely play weakside linebacker when he returns to action in 2015, Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News. Analysis: Lee is one of the better linebackers in the NFL, but he has had serious trouble staying healthy the last few seasons, and the Cowboys may move him off of the middle linebacker position to both minimize their risk and limit his snaps. It's far too early to call this a final decision, but it appears Lee may have ceded the starting middle linebacker job to the rejuvenated Rolando McClain for good.6 hours

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