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Samaje Perine WAS RB
Redskins' Samaje Perine: Questionable for Thursday11m ago
Perine (calf) is listed as questionable for Thursday's game in Dallas.
Perine opened the week as a non-participant before upgrading to limited Tuesday and Wednesday. With Adrian Peterson taking most of the carries while Kapri Bibbs and Byron Marshall handle passing downs, Perine may stay on the inactive list even if he's healthy enough to play.
Joey Bosa LAC DE
Chargers' Joey Bosa: Will start Week 1214m ago
Coach Anthony Lynn said that Bosa (foot) will start against the Cardinals on Sunday, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports.
Bosa made his 2018 debut during Sunday's loss to the Broncos, but played only 31 of 56 defensive snaps and served as a backup to Melvin Ingram and Damion Square. The 2016 first-round pick did not suffer a setback during the Week 11 loss, and finally appears to have gotten healthy enough to return to his role as a starter. With Bosa returning to the starting lineup Week 12 against the Cardinals, Square will revert to his position as a backup.
Sam Darnold NYJ QB
Jets' Sam Darnold: Progressing, but practicing yet14m ago
Though in uniform for the session, Darnold (foot) was listed as a non-participant at practice Wednesday, Eric Allen of the Jets' official site reports.
While Darnold is said to be making some progress, his status for Sunday's game against the Patriots remains unclear. At this stage, he's not ruled out for the contest, per Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News, but if Darnold ends up being held out again this weekend, Josh McCown would be in line for another start.
Dylan Cole HOU LB
Texans' Dylan Cole: Begins three-week practice window15m ago
Cole (wrist) began the 21-day practice window to return from injured reserve Wednesday.
Starting Wednesday, the Texans have the next 21 days to decide if Cole should return this season. Head coach Bill O'Brien has voiced his optimism as to whether Cole can return in 2018. Cole can return to practice Wednesday, but isn't eligible to play -- if the team decides he can play -- until Dec. 9 against the Colts.
Shaq Green-Thompson CAR OLB
Panthers' Shaq Thompson: Not practicing to begin week21m ago
Thompson (shoulder) did not practice Wednesday, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Charlotte Observer reports.
Thompson seems to have sustained a shoulder injury of undisclosed severity during Sunday's loss to the Lions, and the 2015 first-round pick's status for Carolina's tilt against the Seahawks in Week 12 is murky at best. Jermaine Carter would slot into the starting lineup if Thompson were to miss any time.
DaeSean Hamilton DEN WR
Broncos' DaeSean Hamilton: Limited at practice24m ago
Hamilton (knee) was limited at practice Wednesday, Zac Stevens of BSNDenver.com reports.
With just four catches on six targets for 48 yards in eight games to date, Hamilton isn't currently on the fantasy radar. That said, with wideout Demaryius Thomas no longer on the team, Hamilton -- once healthy -- could carve out a more prominent role in the Denver offense behind current starters Emmanuel Sanders and Courtland Sutton.
Raisel Iglesias CIN RP
Reds' Raisel Iglesias: Signs three-year extension19m ago
Iglesias inked a three-year contract extension that will take him through the 2021 season with the Reds.
Iglesias had previously signed a seven-year deal with the team back in 2014, but a provision allowed him the opportunity to opt out of that deal, which led both parties to an agreement on this extension. Instead of heading to arbitration the next three years, Iglesias has a secure contract until he becomes a free agent following the 2021 campaign. In 2018, he appeared in 66 games, posting a superb 2.38 ERA and 1.07 WHIP with 30 saves and 80 strikeouts in 72 innings of relief. The 28-year-old should be considered a quality asset for the coming years after converting 89 percent (64-of-72) of his save chances the past three seasons. Per Mark Feinsand of MLB.com, the closer's deal is worth $24.125 million over the next three years.
Tim Locastro LAD CF
Yankees' Tim Locastro: Dealt to Yankees1h ago
Locastro was traded from the Dodgers to the Yankees on Wednesday in exchange for Drew Finley and cash considerations.
Locastro played in 18 games for the Dodgers this past season with most of his opportunities coming as a pinch runner in September. He spent the vast majority of the year at Triple-A Oklahoma City, hitting .279/.389/.409 with four home runs, 25 RBI and 18 stolen bases. Look for him to begin the 2019 season at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre serving as outfield depth.
Christopher Bostick MIA LF
Orioles' Christopher Bostick: Signs with Orioles2h ago
Bostick agreed to a minor-league contract with Baltimore on Wednesday, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Bostick will provide additional depth in the corner outfield and middle infield spots within the Orioles' system. He spent most of the 2018 season at the Triple-A level, hitting .295/.354/.414 with four home runs and 38 RBI. After being designated for assignment by Pittsburgh in early August, the 25-year-old latched on with Miami and finished the season playing in 15 major-league games. Though a path to playing time in Baltimore isn't impossible by any standards, it seems likely that he'll be back at Triple-A next year.
Jace Peterson BAL 3B
Orioles' Jace Peterson: Inks minor-league deal6h ago
Peterson signed a minor-league contract with Baltimore on Wednesday, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Peterson spent most of the 2018 campaign within the Orioles' system after being designated for assignment by the Yankees in late April. He wound up playing in 96 big-league games, but the 28-year-old was only able to manage a slash line of .200/.310/.324 with three home runs and 28 RBI in 246 plate appearances. Peterson's ceiling is as a utility man off the bench while his floor is spending most of the 2019 season in Triple-A.
Kelby Tomlinson SF 2B
Diamondbacks' Kelby Tomlinson: Signs minors deal with Arizona15h ago
Tomlinson signed a minor-league contract with the Diamondbacks that includes an invitation to spring training, Chris Cotillo of MassLive.com reports.
Tomlinson has served the Giants in a Quadruple-A utility role for the last four seasons, but struggled mightily in 2018 with a .207/.265/.264 slash line in 140 at-bats. The 28-year-old has never exceeded 200 at-bats in the majors and that seems unlikely to change with Arizona in 2019, especially with Eduardo Escobar signing a $21 million extension in October.
Johnny Field MIN RF
Cubs' Johnny Field: Sent outright to Triple-A17h ago
Field went unclaimed on waivers Tuesday and was sent outright to Triple-A Iowa.
Field was claimed off waivers by the Cubs at the start of November and will remain in the organization after being removed from the 40-man roster last week. The 26-year-old should provide outfield depth for the Cubs next season after posting a .222/.254/.403 slash line over 83 games in his rookie campaign with the Rays and Twins.
Kosta Koufos SAC C
Kings' Kosta Koufos: Out Wednesday43m ago
Koufos (calf) is out Wednesday against the Jazz, James Ham of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Koufos will miss a fifth straight game Wednesday while recovering from a strained right calf. His next chance to take the floor is Saturday against the Warriors.
Myles Turner IND C
Pacers' Myles Turner: Cleared to play Wednesday1h ago
Turner (ankle) will play Wednesday against the Hornets.
Turner was previously questionable with a left ankle sprain. This month, he's averaging 10.6 points, 5.2 rebounds, 2.9 blocks and 1.6 assists in 26.1 minutes.
Tyler Johnson MIA SG
Heat's Tyler Johnson: Won't play on road trip1h ago
Johnson (hamstring) is out for the Heat's upcoming two-game road trip, Anthony Chiang of the Miami Herald reports.
The hamstring strain that kept Johnson out of Tuesday's game against Brooklyn is apparently serious enough to sideline him for at least two more games. In his stead, Wayne Ellington and Dwyane Wade should help pick up the slack.
Tyler Johnson MIA SG
Heat's Tyler Johnson: Doesn't practice Wednesday1h ago
Johnson (hamstring) did not practice Wednesday, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
Johnson sat out Tuesday's game against the Nets due to a strained right hamstring. The injury is still giving him enough discomfort to stop him from practicing. As a result, he should be considered questionable when the Heat face the Bulls on Friday.
Hassan Whiteside MIA C
Heat's Hassan Whiteside: Doesn't practice Wednesday1h ago
Whiteside didn't practice Wednesday due to knee tendinitis, Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
Whiteside seems to have come out of Tuesday's game against the Nets with some knee soreness. He racked up 21 points, 21 rebounds, two blocks and a steal in 32 minutes. Whiteside should tentatively be considered questionable for Friday's game at Chicago.
Otto Porter Jr. WAS SF
Wizards' Otto Porter: Will be 'fine' for Friday1h ago
Porter (hamstring), according to coach Scott Brooks, will be "fine" for Friday's contest against the Raptors, Fred Katz of The Athletic reports.
Porter came out of Tuesday's win over the Clippers with a tight hamstring. There seems to be little concern about his availability moving forward, however.
Patrik Berglund BUF C
Sabres' Patrik Berglund: Lands on injured reserve14m ago
Berglund (upper body) was designated for injured reserve, per the NHL media site.
While the team has not provided a timeline or specifics regarding Berglund's upper-body issue, the fact that he has been placed on injured reserve means he will miss a minimum of the next three contests. Evan Rodrigues figures to see the bulk of the minutes in Berglund's absence.
Anders Nilsson VAN G
Canucks' Anders Nilsson: Backing up Thursday36m ago
Nilsson (finger) will serve as the backup netminder Thursday against the Ducks.
Nilsson will dress Thursday for the first time since he suffered a fractured finger in late October, costing him nearly a month's worth of action. He should retake the cage in one of the team's back-to-back contests either Friday or Saturday.
Jacob Markstrom VAN G
Canucks' Jacob Markstrom: Starting in Anaheim39m ago
Markstrom will guard the cage in Wednesday's road game against the Ducks.
Markstrom has struggled recently, suffering four consecutive losses while posting a 3.84 GAA and .893 save percentage over that span. The Swedish netminder will look to get back on track and pick up his eighth win of the year in a road matchup with a Ducks team that's averaging 2.62 goals per game at home this season, 21st in the NHL.
Connor Hellebuyck WPG G
Jets' Connor Hellebuyck: In goal versus Flames41m ago
Hellebuyck will tend the twine for Wednesday's road trip to Calgary, Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun reports.
Hellebuyck appears to have shaken off his inconsistent start to the 2018-19 campaign, as he is riding a four-game winning streak in which he posted a .933 save percentage. If the 25-year-old netminder can continue stringing together victories, he could challenge his career high from last season (44) and find himself in contention for the Vezina Trophy again.
Richard Bachman VAN G
Canucks' Richard Bachman: Returned to minor-league affiliate1h ago
The Canucks reassigned Bachman to AHL Utica on Wednesday.
Anders Nilsson (finger) has been cleared to return to the lineup, so the Canucks are no longer in need of Bachman's services as a backup netminder. The 31-year-old American will return to his role as Utica's starter for the foreseeable future.
Charlie McAvoy BOS D
Bruins' Charlie McAvoy: Logs practice1h ago
McAvoy (concussion) practiced Tuesday, but as a reminder, the Bruins won't send him to the ice against host Detroit on Wednesday, Dave Hogg of NHL.com reports.
McAvoy, who has missed over a month, is questionable for a back-to-back set of games this weekend -- it starts with Friday's home clash against the Penguins and then the Bruins set out to Montreal for a date with the Canadiens. This injury has certainly tested the patience of McAvoy's fantasy owners, but he's definitely worth waiting for as a 20-year-old with 38 points and a plus-21 rating over his for 70 games at the top level.