Ivory (knee) had six rushes for 81 yards Sunday against the Bills. Ivory just completed the first 1,000-yard season of his career, ending the campaign with 1,070 yards. After starting out this season with four straight excellent performances, he clearly slowed down over the course of the year. He'll go into the off-season as a free agent, as his three-year contract has expired. If he's able to secure a role as a lead runner, he'll continue to be a solid weekly option for fantasy teams.
Ivory (knee) is active Sunday against the Bills. Ivory could be in line for an expanded workload Sunday, as backup Bilal Powell, who has been very active in the past few weeks, is out because of an ankle injury. Ivory rushed for 99 yards and picked up an additional 36 receiving yards against the Bills back in Week 10.
Ivory (knee) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Bills. Though limited at practice this week, Ivory looks good to go Sunday, which is more than can be said of fellow RB Bilal Powell, who did not practice all week, and is looking very iffy for the Jets' regular season finale. If Powell sits this weekend, Ivory would be a candidate to see added work Sunday, a scenario that would boost his Week 17 fantasy ceiling.
Ivory (knee) returned to a limited practice Thursday. We'll have to see how the Jets list Ivory for Sunday's regular season finale against the Bills, but we suspect that he'll be out there this weekend, with the team looking to secure a playoff spot with a win in Week 17.
Ivory (knee) did not practice Wednesday, NJ.com reports. Nor did fellow RB Bilal Powell, though at this stage, of the two, it appears as though Powell's sore ankle may be of more concern to the Jets as Sunday's regular season finale against the Bills approaches.
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