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24 seconds agoArizona Cardinals tight end Zach Ertz (knee) revealed on Thursday that he underwent surgery in late November on his ACL and MCL, but he hopes to be ready for Week 1 of the 2023 regular season despite being in the early stages of his rehab. The 32-year-old is not going to be ready for the team's offseason program next spring, and it's not a lock that he'll be ready to roll when training camp kicks off next summer, either. When healthy, Ertz has been a solid TE1 for fantasy managers in his time in Arizona, but this complicated knee injury will make him much more risky at the thinnest position in fantasy in next year's fall drafts. Rookie second-rounder Trey McBride has only five catches on seven targets for 15 yards in two games played without Ertz.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: AZCardinals.com - Darren Urban
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7 mins agoKansas City Chiefs wide receiver Kadarius Toney (hamstring) was listed as a limited practice participant for the second straight day on Thursday. Toney has missed the last two games with a hamstring injury that has plagued him since early in the year when he was with the New York Giants. The 23-year-old is making progress, though, and has a chance to return this Sunday to face the Denver Broncos. He'll have plenty of competition for targets in the passing game if he returns this weekend, although Toney did have four catches on five targets for 57 yards and a touchdown on just 44 percent of the offensive snaps in his last full game played in Week 10. Toney's upside in KC makes him worth stashing in deeper leagues, but he'll be a very risky boom/bust WR4/flex option if he returns to action against Denver.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Chiefs.com
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11 mins agoTennessee Titans rookie wide receiver Treylon Burks (concussion), who suffered a concussion in the Week 13 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, missed a second straight practice on Thursday. The 22-year-old remains in the league's concussion protocol and will have to put in some activity in practice to avoid being ruled out on the final injury report on Friday. Burks has the most pure upside over Robert Woods and Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, but injuries and a low-volume role have kept his ceiling and floor low in his rookie season. If Burks isn't cleared to play this weekend, Woods, Westbrook-Ikhine and rookie tight end Chigoziem Okonkwo will have bigger roles in the passing game against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 14.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: TennesseeTitans.com - Jim Wyatt
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21 mins agoCleveland Browns wide receiver Amari Cooper (hip) and tight end David Njoku (knee) were both limited in practice on Thursday. Cooper was given a veteran rest day on Wednesday but is now dealing with a hip injury that we'll have to monitor before Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals. The 28-year-old caught four of his nine targets for 40 yards in quarterback Deshaun Watson's season debut last Sunday. Watson is likely to continue to shake off the rust, making Cooper a volatile WR2 for fantasy managers if he plays this weekend. Njoku missed last week's game but has put in two limited practices this week and is expected to return against the Bengals. Fantasy managers might not want to expect much from the 26-year-old in his first game with Watson throwing him the pigskin.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Cleveland Plain Dealer - Mary Kay Cabot
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34 mins agoSan Francisco 49ers running back Christian McCaffrey (knee) and wide receiver Deebo Samuel (quadriceps) were both limited in practice again on Thursday while going through individual drills. CMC and Samuel are on track to play in Week 14 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but they could be questionable on Friday's final injury report. McCaffrey played 81 percent of the snaps in last week's win over Miami and is a no-doubt, must-start RB1 for fantasy managers, even in a tough matchup with a stingy Bucs run defense. Samuel had 63 scrimmage yards in Week 13, but his fantasy stock will take a hit the rest of the way with rookie seventh-round quarterback Brock Purdy taking over the offense.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NBC Sports Bay Area - Jennifer Lee Chan
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41 mins agoMiami Dolphins wide receiver Jaylen Waddle (leg) returned to a full practice on Thursday after being limited on Wednesday with a fibula injury. The return to a full practice on Thursday is a good sign that Waddle will be a full-go in Week 14 on Sunday night against the Los Angeles Chargers after leaving the game briefly in the Week 13 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. The 24-year-old caught just one of his five targets for nine yards in last week's loss, but that can be chalked up as an outlier with the second-year pass-catcher getting injured in the contest. Expect him to bounce back if he's fully healthy this weekend. In half-point PPR leagues in 2022, Waddle has been the WR9 with 57 receptions (89 targets) for 972 yards and six touchdowns in 12 games.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Cameron Wolfe
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50 mins agoMiami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill (illness) missed practice on Thursday with an illness. As long as Hill is able to do something on Friday, he should play in a Week 14 Sunday night showdown against the Los Angeles Chargers. When active, the Cheetah is an elite must-start WR1 for fantasy managers. In half-point PPR scoring, Hill is the WR3 heading into Week 14 with 96 catches for 1,379 yards and five touchdowns in his first year in Miami. The Chargers defense has been much better against the pass than against the run this year, but Hill should be locked into all starting fantasy lineups if he's feeling well enough to play on Sunday night.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Cameron Wolfe
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1 hour agoDenver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy (ankle) and kicker Brandon McManus (quadriceps) were both limited in practice on Thursday. Jeudy returned from a two-game absence in the Week 13 loss to the Baltimore Ravens and has been limited in both practices this week. McManus is dealing with a right quad injury and could be questionable to play in Week 14 against the Kansas City Chiefs. Even if McManus is active on Sunday, he should be avoided as a starting option in fantasy lineups in the lowest-scoring offense in the NFL. Jeudy will have WR2 upside as the No. 1 receiver for quarterback Russell Wilson with Courtland Sutton (hamstring) unlikely to suit up.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: DenverBroncos.com - Ellie Kinney
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1 hour agoThe Denver Broncos defense should be far away from starting fantasy lineups in a Week 14 divisional matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs. Their offense with superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes averages a league-high 29.2 points per game and a league-high 423.3 yards per game. The Broncos defense is allowing the second-fewest points per game (17.0) and the third-fewest total yards per game (304.6), but they also rank No. 23 in the NFL in overall fantasy points for defensive units. The Chiefs offense can turn the ball over at times (16 giveaways), but the Broncos defense has just 13 takeaways in 2022. The fantasy floor for Denver's D is scary low, so managers should look to stay away from them against one of the best offenses in football.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN.com
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2 hours agoTampa Bay Buccaneers running back Leonard Fournette (foot) was added to the Week 14 injury report while putting in a limited practice on Thursday. It's a new injury for Fournette and is something to keep an eye on. In Week 13, the 27-year-old ended up with one more touch than backfield mate Rachaad White. He also gained more on the ground and through the air, as he ended with 81 all-purpose yards. He'll likely split opportunities with White again in Week 14 if he's active, but he still forecasts as a top-25 option at running back.--Alex Fischbein - RotoBallerSource: Brianna Dix
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2 hours agoDenver Broncos rookie tight end Greg Dulcich's fantasy stock is on the rise again. The 22-year-old had a rough three-game stretch in Weeks 10-12 in which he caught only seven of 12 targets for 52 scoreless yards. But he bounced back in the Week 13 loss to the Baltimore Ravens by catching six of eight targets for 85 yards to lead the team in receiving. There's a decent chance he'll be the lead receiver for a second straight week this Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs with No. 1 wideout Courtland Sutton (hamstring) unlikely to play. At the thinnest position in fantasy, Dulcich has clear TE1 upside in Week 14, despite the fact that the Chiefs defense has allowed a league-low 2.6 fantasy points per game to TEs in the last three weeks in half-point PPR scoring.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Pro Football Reference
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2 hours agoUpdating a previous report, Las Vegas Raiders running back Josh Jacobs (hand) left the Thursday night game against the Los Angeles Rams for part of the third quarter to deal with a hand injury. He re-entered the game and seems to still be in pain. As he tried to stiff-arm a defender, a replay showed him grimacing in the process. Fantasy managers will still want to keep tabs on his health once the game is over. The good news is that they have an extended break before their Week 15 game against the New England Patriots.--Alex Fischbein - RotoBallerSource: Ari Meirov
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2 hours agoDenver Broncos wide receiver Kendall Hinton could be the team's No. 2 receiver yet again in Week 14 against the Kansas City Chiefs with Courtland Sutton (hamstring) unlikely to suit up after getting hurt in the Week 13 loss to the Baltimore Ravens. Hinton saw a season-high nine targets in Week 12 and caught eight passes for 92 yards on 12 targets in the two games that Jerry Jeudy missed recently with an ankle injury. However, even with Sutton leaving early last week, Hinton finished by catching his only target for 11 yards. It speaks to the fact that the 25-year-old probably shouldn't be trusted as a deep-league flex play in the league's lowest-scoring offense, even if he has an expanded role again on Sunday against the Chiefs.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Pro Football Reference
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2 hours agoDenver Broncos offensive coordinator Justin Outten said he "absolutely" sees running back Mike Boone having a bigger role in Week 14 against the Kansas City Chiefs after coming back from the Injured Reserve in the Week 13 loss to the Baltimore Ravens. "The second week I see him going up," Outten said. Boone carried the ball six times for 18 yards and caught his only target for eight yards last week. Lead back Latavius Murray had a team-high 17 carries. Murray will continue to lead this backfield, but it sounds like Boone might have a bigger complementary role the rest of the way as the No. 2 ahead of Marlon Mack. Boone has no business being in starting fantasy lineups in any leagues in the lowest-scoring offense in the NFL in a Week 14 game against the Kansas City Chiefs.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: DNVR Sports - Zac Stevens
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2 hours agoLas Vegas Raiders running back Josh Jacobs (hand) left Thursday night's game against the Los Angeles Rams mid-way through the third quarter with an apparent hand injury. The team officially ruled that he was questionable to return to the game. He went to the locker room to get X-rays. On the broadcast, he seemed to be holding onto his pinkie finger as he walked away. Before he left, he amassed 73 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries with one catch for eight yards. Fantasy managers should check back for any updates, as this would be a big blow for both the Raiders and fantasy teams if he has to miss any time right before the fantasy playoffs.--Alex Fischbein - RotoBallerSource: Las Vegas Raiders Twitter
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2 hours agoTennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill (ankle) seems to be proven correct when he said that both of his ankles are alright on Wednesday. He was upgraded from a limited practice on Wednesday to a full participant on Thursday. Unless he gets a downgrade on Friday, then he should be good to go for Week 14's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Although the Jaguars have given up plenty of points to opposing quarterbacks, Tannehill still looks to be a lower-end QB2 due to the run-heavy offense.--Alex Fischbein - RotoBallerSource: Jim Wyatt
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2 hours agoDenver Broncos wide receiver Courtland Sutton (hamstring) missed his second straight practice this week on Thursday. Head coach Nathaniel Hackett said Sutton was day-to-day on Monday after he suffered a hamstring injury in the Week 13 loss to the Baltimore Ravens, but he's now trending in the wrong direction to play this Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs. Jerry Jeudy (ankle) has been limited in practice this week but should play, and he could have WR2 upside as the team's top receiver if Sutton is indeed inactive this weekend. If Sutton is out in Week 14, Kendall Hinton will yet again operate as the Broncos' No. 2 receiver, with Brandon Johnson also seeing added playing time.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: DenverBroncos.com - Ellie Kinney
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2 hours agoMiami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (ankle) was a limited participant in practice on Thursday. So far, this week is going as expected since the team was counting on him to be limited early on. He suffered an ankle injury against the San Francisco 49ers in Week 13, but it shouldn't be one that keeps him out of the Week 14 contest against the Los Angeles Chargers. As long as he has Tyreek Hill and then the possibility of also Jaylen Waddle, he should be ready for a solid week. He can be looked at as a mid-QB1 in all fantasy formats.--Alex Fischbein - RotoBallerSource: Miami Dolphins Practice Report
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2 hours agoDenver Broncos running back Latavius Murray has become a volume-based, low-end RB2 as the team's unquestioned lead back. Murray was the clear leader of the backfield in the Week 13 loss to the Baltimore Ravens and had a season-high 17 carries for the second time in the last three games. Despite averaging just 3.7 yards per carry on 93 rushing attempts in his seven games with the Broncos, he's averaging 10.2 fantasy points in half-point PPR scoring in eight games on the season (one with the Saints). Murray will be a low-end, volume-based RB2 for fantasy managers this weekend against the Kansas City Chiefs. The problem is the Broncos have the lowest-scoring offense in the NFL, and they may be forced to abandon the run early if the high-scoring Chiefs jump out to a big early lead.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Pro Football Reference
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3 hours agoDenver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson will probably have to throw the ball often in the Week 14 matchup against the division-rival Kansas City Chiefs, but he should still not be considered anything more than a low-end QB2 in fantasy. Wilson is also likely to be without the team's leading receiver in Courtland Sutton (hamstring), who was injured early in the Week 13 loss to the Baltimore Ravens. The 33-year-old signal-caller has looked nothing like the nine-time Pro Bowler that he was with the Seattle Seahawks in his first year in Denver. He has only eight touchdown passes and a career-low 60.1 completion percentage in 11 games as the QB22 in fantasy. KC's defense has allowed the sixth-most fantasy points per game to QBs this year, but Wilson will remain a very unappetizing fantasy option.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Pro Football Reference
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3 hours agoWashington Wizards center Kristaps Porzingis (ankle) is listed as questionable for Friday's game against the Indiana Pacers. He rolled his ankle during their last contest, but was able to stay in the game. The oft-injured big man could very well sit out especially after playing 35 minutes in that game. Daniel Gafford would likely be asked to move into the starting five if Porzingis sits out. He's a nice source of rebounds and blocks, but doesn't offer much more than that. Kyle Kuzma would be the player that probably benefits the most in terms of fantasy production.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: NBA Injury Report
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3 hours agoSacramento Kings guard De'Aaron Fox (foot) is listed as questionable for Friday's game against the Cleveland Cavaliers. The stud guard has been struggling lately, so possibly the right foot soreness is the reason for his problems. That being said, it wouldn't be shocking to see the Kings give him the night off to rest. His absence would likely result in Davion Mitchell moving into the starting five. He hasn't made much of an impact this season, but that is mainly because he doesn't have consistent playing time. He'd be a favorable streaming option if he starts in place of Fox on Friday.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: NBA Injury Report
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3 hours agoMemphis Grizzlies center Steven Adams (shoulder) is considered questionable for Friday's game against the Detroit Pistons. The veteran big man appears to be dealing with shoulder soreness, but might be able to play through it. Otherwise, head coach Taylor Jenkins will likely go with Brandon Clarke or Santi Aldama in the starting five. Between the two, Clarke is the better fantasy option. He finished with 17 points and eight rebounds during their last contest. Fantasy managers should check the waiver wire to see if Clarke is available.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: NBA Injury Report
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3 hours agoUtah Jazz forward Lauri Markkanen (illness) is considered questionable for Friday's game against the Minnesota Timberwolves. He sat out of their last game, which resulted in Walker Kessler drawing the start. The rookie big man finished with 10 points and 12 rebounds across 24 minutes in that spot start. The expectation is that he'll be asked to draw another start if Markkanen is unable to play on Friday. That being said, Kessler would be a popular fantasy asset if he starts again.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Eric Walden
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3 hours agoThe New York Mets agreed with relief pitcher David Robertson on a one-year, $10 million deal on Thursday, according to a source familiar with the contract. The Met got significantly better on Thursday evening, also re-signing center fielder Brandon Nimmo to a monster eight-year, $162 million deal. The 2022 season with the Philadelphia Phillies was his first full year since having Tommy John surgery in 2021. The 37-year-old veteran reliever with 157 career saves had a combined 2.40 ERA (3.58 FIP), a 1.16 WHIP, 20 saves and 81 strikeouts in 63 2/3 innings for the Phillies and Chicago Cubs. Edwin Diaz is cemented in the Mets' closer role, but Robertson will be a strong setup option with plenty of high-leverage experience. He will have plenty of value in holds leagues.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN.com - Jeff Passan
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3 hours agoPortland Trail Blazers guard Keon Johnson (hip) is available for Thursday's game against the Denver Nuggets. This will be the first time that Johnson has played since November 5th. The expectation is that the Blazers are going to limit him during his first game back. Johnson could see more minutes going forward with Nassir Little (hip) sidelined, but it's not enough to warrant rostering Johnson in most fantasy formats.--Andy Webb - RotoBallerSource: Trail Blazers PR
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3 hours agoThe New York Mets agreed to re-sign outfielder Brandon Nimmo to an eight-year, $162 million deal on Thursday, according to sources familiar with the deal. The Mets keep their on-base machine of a center fielder, and the biggest payroll in baseball only gets bigger. The former first-rounder will remain the team's leadoff man with a career .385 on-base percentage in his seven major-league seasons with the Mets. Nimmo doesn't have a ton of pop (career-high 17 home runs in 2018), but he's an excellent table-setter and is a great target in OBP and runs scored in fantasy. In a career-high 151 games in 2022, the 29-year-old hit .274/.367/.433 with an .800 OPS, 16 homers, a league-high seven triples, 64 RBI, 102 runs scored and three stolen bases.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: ESPN.com - Jeff Passan
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4 hours agoSeattle Seahawks running back Travis Homer (knee) and wide receiver Marquise Goodwin (hand) both put in full practices on Thursday. Homer was limited on Wednesday, while Goodwin didn't practice at all. Rookie Kenneth Walker III (ankle) and DeeJay Dallas (ankle) have yet to practice this week, so if one or both are inactive in Week 14 against the Carolina Panthers, Homer would see a significant role increase in the backfield. He's worth a speculative waiver-wire pickup if you roster Walker or need help at the RB position this week. The 24-year-old was inactive in Week 13 due to an illness. Goodwin now has a shot to suit up on Sunday versus Carolina, but he's not a realistic starting fantasy option behind target hogs DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Athletic - Michael-Shawn Dugar
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4 hours agoSeattle Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith (shoulder) and wide receiver DK Metcalf (hip) were both added to the Week 14 injury report on Thursday and were listed as limited practice participants. Unless either player gets a downgrade in Friday's practice, they should be able to play this Sunday against the Carolina Panthers. Smith is having a career year in his ninth NFL season and he has multiple passing touchdowns in each of the last six games, including three in last week's win over the Los Angeles Rams. He's become a low-end QB1 in 2022. With Smith looking like a new man this season, Metcalf has benefitted as is a low-end, must-start WR1 if he's active. Metcalf has 67 receptions on 100 targets for 798 yards and five touchdowns in 12 games. He may not reach double-digit TDs like he has the last two years, but everything else has been strong.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Athletic - Michael-Shawn Dugar
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4 hours agoSeattle Seahawks running backs Kenneth Walker III (ankle) and DeeJay Dallas (ankle) both missed practice for the second straight day this week on Thursday. Walker jammed his ankle in the Week 13 win over the Los Angeles Rams, and both he and Dallas are highly questionable to play this Sunday against the Carolina Panthers. Meanwhile, Travis Homer (knee) returned to a full practice on Thursday, so if both Walker and Dallas are inactive this weekend, Homer could see the lion's share of the backfield work, making him worth a waiver-wire pickup late in the week. The 22-year-old Walker has been Seattle's top back in 2022 when healthy, but he could be on more of a snap count if he's able to return to practice and play on Sunday.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Athletic - Michael-Shawn Dugar
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