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Bobby Wagner


6 hours ago

Wagner set to return

Seahawks MLB Bobby Wagner heads into Sunday's Arizona matchup with a "probable" tag and is expected to return after 5 weeks way. Wagner had his injured foot in a cast for 2 weeks after tearing a tendon and then needed 3 weeks of rehab to prepare. We wouldn't bet on him returning to his full role right away and would try to sit him for a week to see what happens. As soon as Wagner regains full-time status, though, he should find his way back into IDP lineups.

Marshawn Lynch


6 hours ago

Carroll wants Lynch to stay?

Seahawks HC Pete Carroll told reporters Friday that his team has had no thought of cutting RB Marshawn Lynch loose after this season. “If you guys ever would have asked me — which you didn’t — if you ever would have asked me I would have said we want him around here for as long as he can play,” Carroll said, per the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. “He is under contract next year. We’ll be thrilled to have him playing for us next year, so we’ll do everything we can to get that done.” The coach has admitted that Lynch and the team are "working through" some issues, so we'll see how this one plays out in the offseason. Of course, the biggest obstacle might be money. Lynch will be due $5 million in base salary in 2015, plus another $2 million in per-game roster bonuses. That's a steep price for an aging RB, especially when the star QB is awaiting a big-money extension.

Latavius Murray


7 hours ago

Sparano not ready to anoint Murray

Raiders HC Tony Sparano said Friday that he's not turning the backfield over to a healthy RB Latavius Murray just yet. “I know what he did, but he played nine plays and unfortunately got hurt. He had a heck of a run,” Sparano said, per “He also had the ball out one time which we need to get corrected. Like any young player there is a progress you’ve got to see before you feel like you’re going to put him out there in those situations. I’ve had to see that in practice, and little by little I’ve seen it and this has kind of been where it has gone.” It makes sense for a coach to want to make sure his young player stays motivated, but it doesn't take a professional scout to see that Murray's the best back in Oakland. We'd expect him to at least get the biggest share of carries once he returns from his concussion.

Jason Avant


8 hours ago

Avant joins Chiefs

The Chiefs have signed WR Jason Avant for the rest of the season. Recently released by the Panthers, the 31-year-old receiver spent his 1st 8 seasons with Andy Reid in Philadelphia. Avant caught 50+ passes in 3 straight years from 2010-12. He's certainly not headed for star status in a weak K.C. pass offense, but Avant could quickly climb a depth chart that has relied on the likes of Frankie Hammond, Junior Hemingway and Donnie Avery this year.

Lamar Miller


12 hours ago

Miller questionable for Week 12

Dolphins RB Lamar Miller is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Broncos with shoulder and knee injuries.  We've known about the shoulder, and it's not a concern.  But the knee is new, which makes his Week 12 status a bit murkier.  We haven't heard any indication that Miller is in danger of missing Sunday's game, but owners would be wise to have an emergency option in place.  Miami-Denver kicks off at 4:25 pm ET.

Reggie Bush


12 hours ago

Bush questionable for Week 12

Lions RB Reggie Bush (ankle) is questionable for Sunday’s game against the Patriots. He put in 3 limited practices this week. We’re expecting him to play, but it’s unclear exactly how healthy he is. Falling short of 45 total yards in each of his last 3 games, Bush belongs on fantasy benches for now.

Doug Martin


12 hours ago

Martin and Sims questionable for Week 12

Bucs RB Doug Martin (ankle) put in a limited week of practice and is listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Bears. RB Charles Sims (ankle) is also questionable. We’re expecting both guys to play, with Sims leading the backfield in touches. It’s a murky situation, though, leaving the rookie as a risky RB3 or flex. Martin shouldn’t be in fantasy lineups.

Arian Foster


13 hours ago

Foster questionable for Week 12

Texans RB Arian Foster (groin) is listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Bengals. HC Bill O’Brien labeled him a game-time decision on Thursday. After putting in a limited practice on Wednesday, Foster didn’t practice on Thursday or Friday. It’s unclear if he suffered a setback or if Houston is just protecting its fragile star. We’ll find out Foster’s official status by noon ET on Sunday. If active, he’ll be a high-risk, high-reward RB1. If not, Alfred Blue will be a solid RB2 against Cincinnati’s 28th-ranked RB defense.

Greg Jennings


13 hours ago

Jennings questionable for Week 12

Vikings WR Greg Jennings (rib) is questionable for this weekend's game against the Packers.  He put in a full practice on Friday, though, and HC Mike Zimmer expects Jennings to play.  But he's not much of a fantasy option.  Jennings has fallen short of 40 yards in 4 of his last 6 games.

Matt Asiata


13 hours ago

Asiata out for Week 12

Vikings RB Matt Asiata (concussion) is out for Sunday’s game against the Packers. He was unable to practice all week, so consider him questionable to be cleared in time for Week 13. Asiata figures to lose his short-yardage role to Ben Tate soon anyway. He’s droppable in fantasy football.

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