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Nov
17

Flacco doubtful vs. Bengals

Baltimore quarterback JOE FLACCO is doubtful for Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals as he continues to deal with a right hip injury. With Flacco likely unable to play, the Ravens will turn to either rookie LAMAR JACKSON or veteran ROBERT GRIFFIN III.

Source: Baltimore Sun

Nov
17

Conner cleared from concussion protocol

Pittsburgh running back JAMES CONNER has been cleared from the concussion protocol and is good to go for Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Conner practiced fully all week and was expected to be ready for the game but his fantasy owners now have official confirmation.

Source: Pittsburgh Tribune

Nov
17

Bryant to return for Falcons

Atlanta kicker MATT BRYANT will return to action when the Falcons host the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. Bryant has been out with an injury, with GIORGIO TAVECCHIO filling in admirably during his absence. The Falcons are actually expected to keep both kickers, possibly through the end of the season.

Source: Team Blog

Nov
17

Graham suffers broken thumb

Green Bay tight end JIMMY GRAHAM suffered a broken thumb in Thursday night’s game against the Seattle Seahawks. While the team is still trying to determine how long Graham will beMore out, it’s possible that he could be sidelined for at least part of the remainder of the season. Stay tuned. Less

Source: ESPN.com

Nov
17

Lions WR Jones out vs. Panthers

Detroit wide receiver MARVIN JONES is dealing with a right knee injury suffered last weekend and will not play on Sunday against the Carolina Panthers. The Lions once deep receiving corps is now pretty much down to KENNY GOLLADAY.

Source: Detroit Free Press

Nov
17

Nelson, Bryant both out for Raiders

Oakland wide receivers JORDY NELSON and MARTAVIS BRYANT have both been ruled out for Sunday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals. With the Raiders decimated by injuries at the receiver position, SETH ROBERTS and BRANDON LAFELL will be the primary wideouts this weekend for Oakland. Your fantasy team can do better.

Source: NBC Sports

Nov
16

Cook ready to roll for Vikings

Minnesota running back DALVIN COOK will be a “full go” with no restrictions on how many snaps he can take for Sunday night’s game against the Chicago Bears. Cook has frustratedMore his fantasy owners while dealing with an injured hamstring for much of the season. The injury appears to be in the rear-view mirror with Cook saying this week that he feels great. Less

Source: Team Blog

Nov
16

Hopkins dealing with groin injury

Washington kicker DUSTIN HOPKINS did not practice on Thursday as he deals with a groin injury. Hopkins is expected to kick in practice today to determine if he will be ableMore to play on Sunday against the Houston Texans. The team did hold a precautionary workout for kickers earlier this week, although the coaching staff remains optimistic. Less

Source: Washington Post

Nov
16

Bryant ready to return?

Atlanta kicker MATT BRYANT participated fully in Thursday’s practice for the first time since suffering a strained right hamstring in mid-October. Bryant appears ready to return for Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys. GIORGIO TAVECCHIO handled place-kicking duties while Bryant was out but his fantasy days appear to be numbered.

Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Nov
16

Mixon appears on injury report

Cincinnati running back JOE MIXON was listed as a limited participant in Thursday’s practice due to a knee injury. Mixon was a full participant in Wednesday’s practice so it was surprisingMore to see him added to the latest injury report. The official report for Sunday’s game against Baltimore will be released later today and should reveal more about Mixon’s status. Less

Source: WKRC Cincinnati

Nov
16

Conner has another full practice

Pittsburgh running back JAMES CONNER was once again a full participant in practice on Wednesday, an indication that he is progressing well through the concussion protocol. The Steelers seem optimistic about Connor’s availability for Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Source: Pittsburgh Tribune

Nov
16

New Saints WR Marshall finally healthy

New Saints wide receiver BRANDON MARSHALL recognizes the fact that most people feel the 34-year-old wideout is “washed up”. But Marshall says he is “fit as a fiddle” and “healthy as a trout” after signing this week with the New Orleans Saints. Fantasy owners have one eyebrow raised.

Source: NFL.com

Nov
16

Lamar Jackson misses practice with illness

Baltimore rookie quarterback LAMAR JACKSON missed practice on Thursday due to an illness. With starting quarterback JOE FLACCO dealing with a hip injury that kept him out of practice for aMore second straight day, the Ravens quarterback situation is uncertain at best. ROBERT GRIFFIN III took all of the first-team reps in practice on Thursday. Less

Source: Baltimore Sun

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

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