NFL Recent Player News
|11/30/2015||Marcus Williams, NYJ, CB|
|Williams has a sprained knee ligament that could keep him out against the Giants next Sunday.
Analysis: Coach Todd Bowles confirmed Monday during a conference call that Williams injured the medial collateral ligament in one of his knees and is "day to day."
|11/30/2015||Rishard Matthews, Mia, WR|
|Matthews reportedly suffered fractured ribs against the Jets.
Analysis: Matthews' status is unclear for the lowly Dolphins.
|11/30/2015||Marqise Lee, Jax, WR|
|Lee could be a solid fantasy play this Sunday.
Analysis: Coach Gus Bradley says Lee is "without a doubt" ready for an increased workload if fantasy stud Allen Hurns can't play. You may want to use Lee since the Jags like to attack through the air with Blake Bortles.
|11/30/2015||Mike Pouncey, Mia, C|
|Pouncey's right foot injury is less serious than first feared, and his status is day to day, interim coach Dan Campbell says.
Analysis: Pouncey was forced out of Sunday's loss to the New York Jets and was in a boot after the game. If he's unable to play this week against Baltimore, rookie Jamil Douglas is expected to start at center for the first time.
|11/30/2015||Nigel Bradham, Buf, LB|
|Bradham is likely out against the Texans.
Analysis: Bradham has a sprained right ankle for bombastic coach Rex Ryan.
|11/30/2015||Alex Carrington, Buf, DT|
|Carrington is out for the season.
Analysis: Carrington tore a quadriceps tendon in the loss to the Chiefs.
|11/30/2015||Ahmad Bradshaw, Ind, RB|
|Bradshaw has landed on injured reserve.
Analysis: Bradshaw has a right wrist injury.
|11/30/2015||Cortland Finnegan, Car, CB|
|Finnegan has signed with Carolina.
Analysis: Finnegan had announced his retirement in March after being released by Miami, but will now try to earn a ring as a backup with the 11-0 Panthers.
|11/30/2015||Dont'a Hightower, NE, LB|
|Hightower was seriously injured Sunday.
Analysis: Hightower may have a sprained MCL.
|11/30/2015||Jermaine Kearse, Sea, WR|
|Kearse had a career-high to touchdowns while catching four passes for 47 yards in the Seahawks' 39-30 win over Pittsburgh on Sunday.
Analysis: Kearse's performance was unexpected since he totaled two touchdowns over his previous 30 games.
|11/30/2015||Doug Baldwin, Sea, WR|
|Baldwin had career highs of 145 yards and three touchdowns on six catches in the Seahawks' 39-30 win over Pittsburgh on Sunday.
Analysis: Baldwin's breakout performance gives him four scores in three games. Over that stretch, he's totaled 19 receptions for 339 yards. That's a good sign heading into fantasy playoffs.
|11/30/2015||Markus Wheaton, Pit, WR|
|Wheaton broke out for a career-high 201 yards and a touchdown on nine catches in the Steelers' 39-30 loss at Seattle on Sunday.
Analysis: Wheaton never topped 100 yards in his 38 previous games, so this is clearly an aberration. Don't expect him to be this involved in the offense. However, it showed that he could become a solid addition to a bench for fantasy teams.
|11/30/2015||Thomas Rawls, Sea, RB|
|Rawls rushed for 81 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries in the Seahawks' 39-30 win over Pittsburgh on Sunday.
Analysis: Rawls continues to thrive in place of the injured Marshawn Lynch. He's reached the end zone in each of the last two games, totaling 290 yards on 51 attempts. He's getting a great deal of the work load and that's not going to change with Lynch out.
|11/30/2015||Russell Wilson, Sea, QB|
|Wilson completed 21 of 30 passes for 345 yards with a career-high five touchdowns in the Seahawks' 39-30 win over Pittsburgh on Sunday.
Analysis: Wilson is shaking out of his funk. He's tossed eight TD passes over the last two weeks after totaling 10 through the first nine games.
|11/30/2015||Ben Roethlisberger, Pit, QB|
|Roethlisberger completed 36 of 55 passes for a season-high 456 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions before leaving with a potential concussion prior to the Steelers' final drive in a 39-30 loss at Seattle on Sunday.
Analysis: According to reports, Roethlisberger self-reported the concussion symptoms and went through the NFL's protocol. It doesn't appear that he suffered a concussion.
|11/30/2015||Larry Fitzgerald, Ari, WR|
|Fitzgerald matched his season high with 10 catches for 66 yards in the Cardinals' 19-13 win at San Francisco on Sunday.
Analysis: Fitzgerald has hauled in 28 passes over the last three games, gaining 286 yards. However, he hasn't scored a touchdown over that stretch and has one over the past six games.
|11/30/2015||Carson Palmer, Ari, QB|
|Palmer completed 26 of 40 passes for 271 yards in the Cardinals' 19-13 win at San Francisco on Sunday.
Analysis: Palmer didn't throw a touchdown pass for the first time this season. His 27 are second in the league, one back of New England's Tom Brady.
|11/30/2015||Blaine Gabbert, SF, QB|
|Gabbert completed 25 of 36 passes for a career-high 318 yards while throwing one touchdown with one interception in the 49ers' 19-13 loss to Arizona on Sunday.
Analysis: Gabbert continues to show improvement as the 49ers' starting quarterback. However, he's thrown three interceptions in three games compared to four touchdowns.
|11/30/2015||Chris Johnson, Ari, RB|
|The Cardinals have not confirmed a report that running back Chris Johnson has a broken left leg.
Analysis: The injury was reported Monday by Fox Sports. Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said earlier in the day it was a bruised knee, but MRI results on Johnson weren't available then. Johnson is in the midst of a strong comeback year after signing with Arizona late in training camp. He is fourth in the NFL in rushing with 814 yards.
|11/30/2015||Andre Ellington, Ari, RB|
|Ellington is day to day, according to the Cards.
Analysis: Ellington has a left foot injury that forced him to leave Sunday's meeting with the 49ers.
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