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Kyler Fackrell GB OLB
Packers' Kyler Fackrell: Picks up sack No. 522m ago
Fackrell tallied four solo tackles and a sack in Sunday's victory over the Dolphins.
Fackrell's sack was his second in three weeks, and raises his total on the season to a career-best five. Fackrell played a season-high 48 snaps in Week 10, and he could see a boost in playing time again this week if Nick Perry (knee) is unable to play Thursday.
Kenny Clark GB NT
Packers' Kenny Clark: Records fourth sack in four games27m ago
Clark had six tackles (five solo) and a sack in Sunday's victory over the Dolphins.
Clark bounced back from a quiet Week 9 showing with his fourth sack in four games. His 5.0 sacks on the season are already a career best, and he's well on his way to setting a new high-water mark in tackles as well.
Dwayne Allen NE TE
Patriots' Dwayne Allen: Expected to miss some time34m ago
Allen (knee) is expected to miss a few games, Michael Giardi of NFL Network reports.
While he isn't expected to require surgery, Allen probably won't be ready to play when the Patriots return from a Week 11 bye. His absence is a bigger loss for Sony Michel than it is for Tom Brady, as the 28-year-old tight end has seen just four targets on 299 offensive snaps this season. The Patriots don't have a clear replacement for Allen's blocking role, though top tight end Rob Gronkowski has always been effective in that regard.
Stefon Diggs MIN WR
Vikings' Stefon Diggs: Expects to play this week39m ago
Diggs (ribs) said he will return for Sunday's game in Chicago, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Diggs missed Week 9 against the Lions and then got some extra rest during a Week 10 bye. After returning to practice Monday without incident, he should be at least a limited participant when the Vikings release their initial injury report Wednesday. Assuming he's able to play, Diggs will face a stout Chicago defense that's allowing just 6.8 yards per pass attempt.
Torrey Smith CAR WR
Panthers' Torrey Smith: Still not at practice1h ago
Smith (knee) isn't practicing Tuesday, David Newton of ESPN.com reports.
The Panthers are starting practice for Week 11 a day early in the wake of last Thursday's blowout loss to the Steelers. It appears Smith is in danger of missing a fourth consecutive game, but he'll still have three more chances to get some work in before Sunday's game at Detroit. Another absence likely would allow D.J. Moore to start again.
D.J. Fluker SEA G
Seahawks' D.J. Fluker: On track for Week 11 return1h ago
Coach Pete Carroll is anticipating that Fluker (calf) will suit up in Thursday's game against Green Bay, Liz Matthews of USA Today reports.
Fluker was originally forced to leave the Seahawks' game against the Chargers in Week 9 due to the calf injury and hasn't seen the field since. As evidenced by this news, Fluker could certainly make his return to the field Thursday, but expect the team to make the official call.
Steven Wright BOS RP
Red Sox's Steven Wright: Has procedure on knee18h ago
Wright underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee Monday and is expected to be ready to pitch for the 2019 season, Mark Feinsand of MLB.com reports.
Wright picked up a knee injury during the first game of the ALDS against New York, and he didn't appear for the rest of the postseason. He'll have nearly the entire offseason to recover from the procedure and should enter spring training as a strong candidate to win a spot in the starting rotation.
Shohei Ohtani LAA DH
Angels' Shohei Ohtani: Recovery going well19h ago
Ohtani (elbow) said his recovery from Tommy John surgery is going well, Maria I. Guardado of MLB.com reports. "I feel like so far it's going really well, no setbacks," Ohtani said. "I think I'm right on schedule and maybe a little bit ahead."
Ohtani underwent surgery at the beginning of October, which will keep him from pitching until 2020 -- though he's still expected to be able to hit in 2019. The two-way star is making encouraging progress, as he recently regained full range of motion in his elbow, according to Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic. That said, a concrete timetable for Ohtani isn't expected to come into focus into at least January.
A.J. Pollock ARI CF
A.J. Pollock: Becomes free agent20h ago
Pollock declined the Diamondbacks' one-year, $17.9 million qualifying offer and became a free agent Monday, Jon Heyman of FancredSports.com reports.
Pollock will enter free agency for the first time in his career after hitting .257/.316/.484 with 21 homers and 13 stolen bases across 113 games in 2018. The outfielder has five-tool potential when healthy, though injuries have been an issue for him in the past.
Bryce Harper WAS RF
Bryce Harper: Officially enters free agency20h ago
Harper declined the Nationals' one-year, $17.9 million qualifying offer and became a free agent Monday, Mark Zuckerman of MASN Sports reports.
Nobody expected Harper to accept this offer, as the 26-year-old superstar is looking to sign what is likely to be the largest free-agent contract of the offseason. While he got off to a slow start in 2018, Harper still finished the season with an .889 OPS, 34 homers and 100 RBI while leading the majors with 130 walks.
Craig Kimbrel BOS RP
Craig Kimbrel: Declines qualifying offer20h ago
Kimbrel declined the Red Sox's one-year, $17.9 million qualifying offer and became a free agent Monday, Chris Cotillo of MassLive.com reports.
This comes as no surprise, as Kimbrel is expected to command a healthy contract this offseason after putting together another All-Star campaign as Boston's closer. The 30-year-old finished the season with 42 saves, a 2.74 ERA, 1.00 WHIP and 96:31 K:BB across 62.1 innings for the World Series champions.
Patrick Corbin ARI SP
Patrick Corbin: Turns down qualifying offer21h ago
Corbin declined the Diamondbacks' one-year, $17.9 million qualifying offer and became a free agent Monday, Jon Heyman of FancredSports.com reports.
This was expected, as Corbin is primed for a big payday this offseason following his breakout campaign in 2018. Across 33 starts for Arizona, the 29-year-old southpaw went 11-7 with a 3.15 ERA, 1.05 WHIP and 246:48 K:BB (200.0 innings) en route to his second All-Star selection.
Caris LeVert BKN SG
Nets' Caris LeVert: Diagnosed with dislocated right foot1h ago
LeVert was diagnosed with a dislocated right foot and is expected to make a return this season, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.
This is great news for LeVert considering how gruesome the injury initially looked, and the lack of surgery will make for a much faster rehab process for the shooting guard. It's still an unfortunate circumstance for LeVert, who was in the midst of having a breakout season with the Nets. The team will likely have an update on his timetable shortly, but for now, Allen Crabbe and DeMarre Carroll should both be in line for extended roles on the wing in LeVert's absence.
Luke Kennard DET SG
Pistons' Luke Kennard: Out another two weeks1h ago
Kennard (shoulder) underwent an evaluation this week and will go through at least two more weeks of rehab, James L. Edwards III of The Athletic reports.
Kennard appears to be progressing well in his rehab from an AC joint sprain he suffered near the end of October, but he is still a ways away from being able to partake in basketball activities. Expect another update on the shooting guard's progress in another two weeks or so.
Courtney Lee NY SG
Knicks' Courtney Lee: To start running this week2h ago
Lee (neck) will begin on-court running later this week, Chris Iseman of The Record reports.
Lee was reevaluated Tuesday morning and is said to be making good progress, but it's still very much unclear when he'll be back on the floor. Lee is yet to play this season while battling neck spasms and whiplash, and it's widely anticipated that the Knicks will look to trade the veteran once he's healthy.
Justin Anderson ATL SG
Hawks' Justin Anderson: Out Tuesday2h ago
Anderson (leg) has been ruled out for Tuesday's game against the Warriors.
The Hawks are still yet to provide an update on Anderson's timetable, but there has not been any indication that he will be ready to play anytime soon.
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander LAC PG
Clippers' Shai Gilgeous-Alexander: Razor-sharp in OT win3h ago
Gilgeous-Alexander poured in 18 points (8-11 FG, 0-3 3Pt, 2-2 FT) and added five rebounds, three assists, two steals and one block across 38 minutes in the Clippers' 121-116 overtime win over the Warriors on Monday.
Just a few days removed from being named a starter for the foreseeable future, Gilgeous-Alexander put together his third straight double-digit scoring effort Monday. The 11th overall pick is offering solid production across the stat sheet and has already demonstrated an ability to heat up in a hurry on the scoring front. Monday's 72.7 percent success rate marked a career high for Gilgeous-Alexander, and it came just two games after a 58.3 percent tally against the Trail Blazers last Thursday.
Danilo Gallinari LAC SF
Clippers' Danilo Gallinari: Ragged shooting night in OT win3h ago
Gallinari supplied 14 points (3-12 FG, 2-6 3Pt, 6-7 FT), seven rebounds and one assist across 37 minutes in the Clippers' 121-116 overtime win over the Warriors on Monday.
Gallinari endured a second consecutive sub-30 percent shooting night, but he still found his way to a solid scoring total with near-perfect free-throw shooting and a pair of successful three-point attempts. The 30-year-old also continued his solid work on the boards Monday, and he's now hauled in seven or eight rebounds in half of his six November contests. Despite his current struggles, Gallinari continues to average career bests in scoring (19.0) and rebounds (5.9), while also generating his highest three-point shooting percentage (43.5) since his rookie 2008-09 campaign.
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Capitals' Braden Holtby: Queued up to start Wednesday11m ago
Holtby is scheduled to take on the Jets as the road starter Wednesday, Rob Carlin of NBC Sports Washington reports.
The Capitals have a back-to-back set of games on the docket, with No. 2 goalie Pheonix Copley drawing Tuesday's assignment against the Wild. Holtby has gone 10-3-2 with a 2.36 GAA and .926 save percentage in 15 career appearances against the Jets, but he'll need to tread carefully in his next start, as his next challenger has scored 10 goals over the past two games.
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Senators' Craig Anderson: Defending cage Thursday12m ago
Anderson will guard the net against the Red Wings on Thursday.
Anderson has appeared in all but two of the Sens' games this season and is sporting a 7-5-3 record and career-worst 3.70 GAA. Despite his struggles, the team will continue to ride their workhorse netminder. With no back-to-back in the near future, the Illinois native may not get another night off for quite some time.
Mathieu Perreault WPG RW
Jets' Mathieu Perreault: Injured during practice17m ago
Perreault suffered an apparent leg injury during Tuesday's practice session, Brian Munz of TSN 1290 Winnipeg reports.
Perreault has discovered his offense of late, as he notched two goals in his previous four outings. The winger was slotted into a top-six role and figures to be replaced by Patrik Laine if he is unable to play versus Washington on Wednesday.
Colin White OTT C
Senators' Colin White: Questionable against Detroit21m ago
Coach Guy Boucher is hopeful White (undisclosed) will be able to play Thursday against the Red Wings, Brent Wallace of TSN.ca reports.
The good news is White's injury doesn't appear to be overly serious, but his status for Thursday's contest is still up in the air at this juncture. Another update on the 21-year-old pivot's condition should surface following Wednesday's practice.
Pheonix Copley WAS G
Capitals' Pheonix Copley: Taking first game of back-to-back22m ago
Copley will be between the pipes for Tuesday's road tilt versus Minnesota.
Copley hasn't seen a ton of action this year, but when called upon, is 2-1-1 with a .898 save percentage. The netminder will look to make it three straight wins when he squares off with a Minnesota squad that is scoring 3.18 goals per game. By utilizing Copley on Tuesday, the team is saving Braden Holtby for Wednesday's matchup with Winnipeg.
Jacob De La Rose DET LW
Red Wings' Jacob De La Rose: Able to practice23m ago
De La Rose (upper body) practiced Tuesday morning, Ted Kulfan of The Detroit News reports.
While De La Rose won't play against the Coyotes on Tuesday, he's said to be closer to a return than fellow forward Thomas Vanek (lower body) or defenseman Jonathan Ericsson (undisclosed). Either way, this news won't affect many fantasy owners since the Swedish-born pivot is a replacement-level commodity as the owner of 21 points (nine goals, 12 assists) over 126 career contests between the Habs and Red Wings.