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Nov
15

Conner completes full practice

Pittsburgh running back JAMES CONNER is still in the concussion protocol but he went through a full practice with the team on Wednesday. Connor said he is feeling good and the breakout running back is expected to be cleared in time to play in Jacksonville on Sunday afternoon.

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Nov
15

Quarterback uncertainty in Baltimore

Baltimore quarterback JOE FLACCO continues to deal with a hip injury that kept him out of practice again on Wednesday. Meanwhile, rookie LAMAR JACKSON and veteran ROBERT GRIFFIN III are ready to go if called upon. Unfortunately, neither offered any meaningful insight into the Ravens’ plans at quarterback this weekend.

Source: Baltimore Sun

Nov
15

Injuries deplete Raiders’ WR corps

Oakland wide receiver JORDY NELSON is dealing with a bone bruise that has him questionable for Sunday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals. With AMARI COOPER now in Dallas and MARTAVIS BRYANT out with a knee injury, the Raiders receiving corps is razor thin.

Source: Team Blog

Nov
15

Bengals hopeful for Green return

Cincinnati wide receiver A.J. GREEN is still recovering from a toe injury but head coach Marvin Lewis is hoping that his star wideout can play this weekend against the Baltimore Ravens.More Green said before practice on Wednesday that he feels better but fantasy owners will need to track his progress over the next few days. Less

Source: Team Blog

Nov
15

Cobb likely out for Thursday Night Football

The Green Bay Packers flew to Seattle for tonight's game against the Seahawks but wide receiver RANDALL COBB did not make the trip. Cobb missed last week’s game after suffering aMore setback in practice during his recovery from a hamstring injury. It appears as though his recovery is still a work in progress. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Nov
15

Extra practice for Parkey

Chicago kicker CODY PARKEY missed four kicks last weekend, with each of the misses hitting off the upright. The team has no plans to replace Parkey, but with a game thisMore weekend against division rival Minnesota, the kicker is getting in some extra practice. Parkey planned to make a 35-mile trek on Wednesday evening from the team’s suburban practice facility to their downtown stadium for some extra work. Less

Source: Chicago Sun-Times

Nov
15

Cooper trade paying early dividends for Cowboys

Wide receiver AMARI COOPER’s arrival in Dallas has been a good move for the wideout and his fantasy owners. And while he’s only been in town for two games, Cooper’s presence also seems to be helping the overall offense in Dallas.

Source: NFL.com

Nov
14

Conner in concussion protocol

Pittsburgh running back JAMES CONNER remains in the concussion protocol but Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin expects his starting running back on the field today. Fantasy owners should continue to monitor his progress this week but it appears that Conner should be available for Sunday’s game against Jacksonville.

Source: Pittsburgh Tribune

Nov
14

Bell to miss 2018 season

Pittsburgh running back LE’VEON BELL failed to report to the Steelers by Tuesday’s deadline, meaning that he will miss the remainder of the 2018 season. His career with the Steelers likely comes to an end as well, with Bell expected to be playing for a new team next year.

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Nov
14

Penny could earn more time in Seattle backfield

Seattle running back RASHAAD PENNY had a breakout performance on Sunday and head coach Pete Carroll has had high praise for his rookie this week. It appears the Seahawks will move forward with a backfield committee that will include CHRIS CARSON, MIKE DAVIS, and Penny.

Source: Seattle Times

Nov
14

Ravens hopeful Flacco can play Sunday

Baltimore quarterback JOE FLACCO is dealing with a hip injury but head coach John Harbaugh is hopeful that Flacco will be ready to play on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals. If Flacco is not ready, the job would go to either LAMAR JACKSON or ROBERT GRIFFIN III.

Source: NFL.com

Nov
14

Bills release WR Pryor

The Buffalo Bills released wide receiver TERRELLE PRYOR on Tuesday after just two weeks on the roster. Pryor, 29, appeared in two games for the Bills but his impact was minimalMore both in real football and the fantasy version. If Pryor is somehow on your fantasy roster, you are free to explore other alternatives. Less

Source: Team Website

Nov
14

Monday night move

Monday night’s NFL game between Kansas City and the Los Angeles Rams has been moved from Mexico City to Los Angeles. After an inspection of the field at Azteca Stadium, theMore league decided that the playing surface was not safe. The LA Coliseum is available because league rules mandate that the home team participating in an international game must make its stadium available in case of an emergency. Less

Source: Kansas City

Nov
13

Manning leads Giants on Monday Night Football

New York Giants quarterback ELI MANNING finally got some good blocking from his offensive line and threw 3 touchdowns for his fantasy owners in Monday night’s game against San Francisco. Two of Manning’s touchdown passes went to star wide receiver ODELL BECKHAM JR.

Source: New York Daily News

Nov
13

Oakland WR Bryant may have PCL tear

Oakland wide receiver MARTAVIS BRYANT suffered a knee injury in Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Chargers. Bryant is believed to have suffered a possible PCL tear. He is expected toMore undergo an MRI to determine whether he will need surgery. With former receiver AMARI COOPER now in Dallas and Bryant hurting, the receiving corps in Oakland is suddenly quite thin. Less

Source: Team Blog

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