Felton is expected to sign with the Falcons on Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Felton, now 34, is expected to join the reigning NFC champions after spending the past two seasons up in Buffalo. The fullback has bounced all over during his seven seasons in the league, including stints with the Lions, Vikings, Panthers, and Bills. If he signs with the Falcons, he'll likely serve as a run blocker for the two-headed monster that is Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman (ankle).
Felton (foot) is active for Saturday's contest against Miami. Felton's status comes as little surprise after he practiced at least in a limited fashion each day this week. He hasn't had many carries but has been a key blocker in the Bills' run game.
Felton (foot) practiced on a limited basis for the third straight day Friday and is questionable for Saturday's game against the Dolphins. It looks like Felton will play as the Bills try to do harm to their rival's playoff chances. Felton only has six carries all season, but he's a huge asset to the running game, namely LeSean McCoy's success.
Felton (back) is active for Sunday's contest against Miami. Felton sat out most of practice this week but was able to participate in a limited fashion on Friday. He hasn't seen many carries this season but has been a valuable blocker for the Bills' No. 1 ranked rushing attack.
Felton (back) practiced on a limited basis Friday and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game in Miami. The Bills have the NFL's top rushing attack, but they'll head into this week's contest with some question marks, given the injuries to LeSean McCoy (hamstring) and Felton, one of his better blockers.
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