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Nov
24

Lions RB Swift still in concussion protocol

Detroit Lions rookie running back D’ANDRE SWIFT remains in the NFL’s concussion protocol with Thursday’s Thanksgiving game against the Houston Texans just days away. Swift was listed as a non-participant on the Lions estimated practice report on Monday.

Source: Detroit Free Press

Nov
24

Colts QB Rivers dealing with toe injury

Indianapolis Colts quarterback PHILIP RIVERS is dealing with a toe injury suffered in Sunday’s win over the Green Bay Packers. Head coach Frank Reich said on Monday that Rivers is a bit sore and that the team will monitor his injury throughout the week.

Source: Team Blog

Nov
24

Vikings add WR Thielen to Covid-19 reserve list

The Minnesota Vikings announced on Monday that they have added veteran wide receiver ADAM THIELEN to the Covid-19 reserve list. Thielen either tested positive or was in close contact with anMore infected individual. Thielen can still be cleared to return for Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers, so fantasy owners will want to monitor his status throughout the week. Less

Source: Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Nov
24

Browns DE Garrett to miss second consecutive game

Cleveland Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski said on Monday that star defender MYLES GARRETT will miss Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday as he remains on the Covid-19 reserveMore list. According to Stefanski, the team had to rule Garrett out to adhere to the league protocols. It will be the second consecutive game that Garrett has missed while on the list. Less

Source: Team Website

Nov
24

Falcons WR Jones a game-time decision for Week #12

Atlanta wide receiver JULIO JONES will be a game-time decision for Sunday’s game against the Las Vegas Raiders. Jones has been dealing with a deep tissue hamstring injury that he aggravated in Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints.

Source: Team Blog

Nov
24

Bridgewater expected to practice, McCaffrey still week-to-week

Carolina head coach Matt Rhule said on Monday that he expects quarterback TEDDY BRIDGEWATER to practice on Wednesday as he appears to be on track to start Sunday’s game against theMore Minnesota Vikings. Bridgewater is recovering from a knee injury that kept him out of last Sunday’s game against Detroit. Rhule also confirmed that running back CHRISTIAN MCCAFFREY remains week-to-week while recovering from a shoulder injury. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Nov
24

Bears quarterbacks Foles, Trubisky still ailing ahead of Packers game

With a Week #12 matchup against the division rival Green Bay Packers coming up this Sunday, the Chicago Bears are unsure who will be their starting quarterback. NICK FOLES is dealingMore with a hip-pointer while fellow quarterback MITCH TRUBISKY continues to recover from a shoulder injury. Head coach Matt Nagy said on Monday that the team is still evaluating each quarterback’s health. Less

Source: Team Blog

Nov
24

Ravens place running backs Ingram, Dobbins on Covid-19 reserve list

Baltimore Ravens running backs MARK INGRAM and J.K. DOBBINS have tested positive for Covid-19 and were placed on the Covid-19 reserve list. Under the NFL’s coronavirus policy, Ingram and Dobbins willMore have to miss Thursday night’s much anticipated rematch against the undefeated Pittsburgh Steelers. Backup running back GUS EDWARDS is expected to be the team’s primary back on Thursday. Less

Source: Baltimore Sun

Nov
24

Bengals confirm torn ACL, MCL for Burrow

The Cincinnati Bengals confirmed on Monday that rookie quarterback JOE BURROW’s season is over after an MRI showed that he tore the ACL and MCL in his left knee. Head coachMore Zac Taylor said the Bengals expect Burrow to have surgery and rehab and make a full recovery. Meanwhile, backup quarterback RYAN FINLEY will replace Burrow in the starting lineup. Less

Source: Cincinnati Enquirer

Nov
23

Dez Bryant makes first catch since 2017

Veteran Baltimore wide receiver DEZ BRYANT caught his first passes since the 2017 season in the Ravens game against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. Bryant led all Ravens wide receivers inMore receptions with 4, although tight end MARK ANDREWS led the team with 5 catches in the game. Meanwhile, the receiver that was expected to lead the Ravens this year, HOLLYWOOD BROWN, recorded no catches on three targets. Less

Source: Dallas Morning News

Nov
23

Dalton leads Cowboys with 3 touchdowns vs. Vikings

Dallas quarterback ANDY DALTON missed the past two games with a concussion and a positive Covid-19 test, but the veteran signal-caller led the team with 3 touchdowns in his return againstMore the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday. With just their third victory of the season, the Cowboys are somehow still in the playoff hunt in a very weak NFC West. Less

Source: Dallas Morning News

Nov
23

Colts QB Rivers delivers with 3 touchdowns in win vs. Packers

Veteran Indianapolis quarterback PHILIP RIVERS threw for 3 touchdowns to lead the Colts to a comeback win against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. Rivers brought Indianapolis back from two 14-point deficits before the Colts finally won the game in overtime.

Source: Indianapolis Star

Nov
23

Chargers rookie QB Herbert has season high vs. Jets

Los Angeles Chargers rookie quarterback JUSTIN HERBERT threw for a season-high (which would also be a career-high) 366 yards against the winless New York Jets on Sunday. And because fantasy ownersMore like touchdowns, Herbert threw for 3 of them against the Jets. Chargers wide receiver KEENAN ALLEN had a nice game as well, finishing with a franchise-record 16 receptions for 145 yards and a touchdown. Less

Source: Los Angeles Times

Nov
23

Tagovailoa pulled late in Dolphins loss to Broncos

The Miami Dolphins pulled rookie quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA in favor of veteran RYAN FITZPATRICK late in Sunday’s loss to the Denver Broncos. Tagovailoa was sacked 6 times and looked like heMore twisted his leg awkwardly on the last one, but head coach Brian Flores confirmed that there was no injury (implying that the benching was performance related). Flores added that Tagovailoa will be the Week #12 starter when the Dolphins play the New York Jets. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Nov
23

New Orleans QB Hill leads Saints in first career start

With quarterback DREW BREES out for the foreseeable future, the New Orleans Saints turned to swiss army knife backup TAYSOM HILL for his first career start at quarterback on Sunday. HillMore was outstanding, completing almost 80% of his passes while leading the team in rushing and scoring 2 rushing touchdowns. Hill was a sneaky play in leagues that allowed him to participate in the flex position as a tight end. Less

Source: New Orleans Times-Picayune

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