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Adam Humphries TB WR
Buccaneers' Adam Humphries: Modest stat line in division loss47s ago
Humphries brought in four of eight targets for 42 yards in the Buccaneers' 28-14 loss to the Saints on Sunday.
Humphries co-led the team in receptions on the afternoon, but he was unable to replicate some of the downfield success he'd enjoyed in recent games. The fourth-year receiver continues to enjoy a steady role in the passing game, however, as he now has six or more targets in six of his last eight games. Humphries will look to boost his numbers back up against the Ravens in Week 15.
DeAndre Hopkins HOU WR
Texans' DeAndre Hopkins: Finds paydirt in loss3m ago
Hopkins caught four of 10 targets for 36 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 24-21 loss to the Colts.
Hopkins redeemed his season-worst yardage total by reeling in a seven-yard touchdown late in the fourth quarter to bring the Texans within three. The 26-year-old had not failed to reach 50 yards in any prior game this year but was happy to score for the first time in three contests. He has a much more appealing matchup on the road Week 15 against the Jets.
Baker Mayfield CLE QB
Browns' Baker Mayfield: Leads team to Week 14 win4m ago
Mayfield completed 18 of 22 passes for 238 yards and a touchdown while adding two yards on four carries in Sunday's 26-20 win over the Panthers.
After Carolina marched down the field for a touchdown to open the contest, Mayfield responded by hitting Breshad Perriman for a 66-yard gain with his first throw. While that pass eventually set up a rushing score, Mayfield wouldn't be denied a touchdown of his own in the second quarter, when he uncorked a 51-yard deep ball to Jarvis Landry. The rookie quarterback has led Cleveland to three wins in the past four games, but maintaining that success won't be easy in Week 15, when the team will travel to Denver.
Kenneth Dixon BAL RB
Ravens' Kenneth Dixon: Makes the most of opportunity5m ago
Dixon had eight carries for 59 yards and a touchdown with one catch for 21 yards on his lone target in Sunday's 27-24 loss to the Chiefs.
Gus Edwards once again led the way with 16 carries for 67 yards, but Dixon continued to make his case after gaining 37 yards on eight carries the previous week against Atlanta. Limited by injuries and suspension to this point in his career, Dixon is finally getting a chance to show why the Ravens keep giving him chances. Granted, his timeshare role will make it tough to produce on a consistent basis, with Ty Montgomery also getting backfield snaps in Baltimore. The Ravens do get a favorable Week 15 home matchup against Tampa Bay.
Kenny Stills MIA WR
Dolphins' Kenny Stills: Leads receivers in win5m ago
Stills caught eight of nine targets for 135 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's win over the Patriots.
Stills came alive with his highest catch and yardage totals of the season and now has touchdowns in back-to-back weeks. The 26-year-old was the lone Dolphins' receiver to catch more than a single pass, as he was clearly Ryan Tannehill's favorite target Sunday. Tannehill suffered an ankle injury in the contest, and his status for next week at Minnesota will have a major impact on Stills' outlook heading into the game.
Peyton Barber TB RB
Buccaneers' Peyton Barber: Struggles for running room in loss7m ago
Barber rushed 14 times for 42 yards and brought in one of two targets for two yards in the Buccaneers' 28-14 loss to the Saints on Sunday.
It was yet another frustrating afternoon on the ground for Barber, who found running room at a premium against one of the NFL's stingiest run defenses. The second-year back has now been under 50 rushing yards in three straight games, and he's managed no better than Sunday's 3.0 yards per carry in any of those contests. Barber has a firm grasp on the lead-back role, but there be no other team in the league at the moment in which that job has less value. He'll have an uphill battle to improve on his numbers against the dominant Ravens defense in Week 15.
Marcell Ozuna STL CF
Cardinals' Marcell Ozuna: Expects to be cleared by January4h ago
Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak said Thursday that Ozuna (shoulder) should receive full clearance for baseball activities at some point in January, Fox Sports Midwest reports.
Ozuna was bothered by his right shoulder for a good portion of his inaugural campaign in St. Louis, but still finished the season on the field, delivering a .280 average, 23 home runs, 88 RBI and 69 RBI across 148 games. After undergoing surgery Oct. 30 to address the injury, Ozuna appears to be tracking well in his recovery and should be back to 100 percent health well before spring training. If the surgery provides a permanent fix for his shoulder woes, Ozuna shouldn't have much difficulty upping his power production in 2019.
Yadier Molina STL C
Cardinals' Yadier Molina: Set for minor procedure1d ago
Molina will undergo a minor knee procedure sometime this upcoming week, Brian Stull of St. Louis Baseball Weekly reports.
Cardinals President of Baseball Operations John Mozeliak indicated that Molina's surgery will be a "very small procedure" and he anticipates the catcher will be sidelined for just a few days, so there doesn't appear to be any concern over his status moving forward. The procedure will take place in St. Louis by team doctors.
Anthony Gose TEX RP
Indians' Anthony Gose: Inks deal with Cleveland1d ago
Gose agreed to a minor-league contract with the Indians on Saturday.
Gose hasn't appeared in a major-league game since 2016 but will provide some additional pitching depth within Cleveland's organization for the upcoming year. Across 21 appearances at Double-A Frisco in the Rangers' system, he logged a disastrous 6.52 ERA and 2.09 WHIP in 19.1 innings of relief.
Carlos Asuaje SD 3B
Padres' Carlos Asuaje: Designated for assignment2d ago
Asuaje was designated for assignment by San Diego on Friday, AJ Cassavell of MLB.com reports.
Asuaje played in 79 games for the Padres this past year but slashed a dreadful .196/.286/.280 with just two home runs and 19 RBI. This move allowed the club to free up another spot on the 40-man roster while Asuaje will take a spin through waivers to determine if he will remain in the organization.
Tuffy Gosewisch MIL C
Brewers' Tuffy Gosewisch: Agrees to deal with Brewers2d ago
Gosewisch inked a minor-league contract with Milwaukee that includes an invite to spring training.
Gosewisch has played in 137 major-league games over the course of his career, though only 11 of those have come since the start of the 2017 season. He spent the entirety of this past year at Triple-A Syracuse in the Nationals' system, slashing just .219/.310/.335 with three home runs and 25 RBI. The 35-year-old doesn't have a path to big-league playing time with Manny Pina, Erik Kratz and Jacob Nattingham ahead of him on the Brewers' depth chart.
Yu Darvish CHC SP
Cubs' Yu Darvish: Weeks away from throwing2d ago
President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein said Friday that Darvish (elbow) looks healthy and is expected to resume throwing in a couple weeks, Carrie Muskat of MLB.com reports.
Darvish underwent an arthroscopic debridement procedure of his right elbow in mid-September after batting arm injuries throughout the course of the 2018 campaign. It should come as no surprise that he hasn't started throwing just yet, though there will be some cause for concern if he isn't cleared by the end of December, considering his previous issues. The right-hander was limited to just eight starts this past year, logging a 4.95 ERA and 1.42 WHIP across 40 innings.
Derrick White SA PG
Spurs' Derrick White: Draws spot start6m ago
White will start Sunday's game against the Jazz, Jeff McDonald of the San Antonio Express-News reports.
White is set to enter the starting lineup with Davis Bertans away from the team to deal with a personal matter. White figures to move back to a bench role when Bertans returns to action.
Davis Bertans SA SF
Spurs' Davis Bertans: Ruled out Sunday9m ago
Bertans won't play Sunday against the Jazz due to personal reasons, Paul Garcia of ProjectSpurs.com reports.
It's unclear as to what kind of issue Bertans is dealing with, but he won't be available to play at home versus Utah. He'll be considered a game-time decision for Tuesday's matchup with Phoenix until further notice. With Dante Cunningham (abdomen) also on the shelf, expect the Spurs to shift their starting five, which could allow Chimezie Metu, Rudy Gay and Bryn Forbes to see more minutes.
George Hill MIL PG
Bucks' George Hill: Available if necessary14m ago
Hill (not injury related) is expected to be in uniform and available off the bench for Sunday's game against the Raptors, Matt Velazquez of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Hill hasn't practiced with his new squad since being traded from the Cavs on Friday, so even if he does enter the game his minutes figure to be limited.
Jerome Robinson LAC SG
Clippers' Jerome Robinson: Inactive for Monday18m ago
Robinson (foot) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Suns, Tomer Azarly of ClutchPoints.com reports.
Robinson hasn't taken the court since Nov. 17, so this doesn't come as a big surprise. His next chance to play will come Tuesday against the Raptors.
Anthony Davis NO PF
Pelicans' Anthony Davis: Returns Sunday37m ago
Davis (hip) returned to Sunday's game against the Pistons, Keith Langlois of the Pistons' official site reports.
Davis exited Sunday's game in the first quarter with a hip injury that he suffered after colliding with Blake Griffin, however he's been cleared to return with 10 minutes left in the third quarter after receiving treatment in the locker room during halftime. The big man tallied three points, two rebounds and an assist across six minutes prior to exiting.
George Hill MIL PG
Bucks' George Hill: Game-time call Sunday1h ago
Hill will be a game-time decision Sunday against the Raptors, Matt Velazquez of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Hill's status should clear up closer to tipoff. The guard hasn't had a chance to practice with the Bucks since joining the team via trade Friday, so even if he's active, he doesn't figure to play a prominent role right away.
Austin Wagner LA LW
Kings' Austin Wagner: Ascends to highest level6m ago
Wagner was called up from AHL Ontario on Sunday, Jon Rosen of Fox Sports West reports.
The fleet-footed winger has produced one goal and three helpers over 18 games as a rookie. Wagner has also kept opponents honest based on 42 hits between 8:44 of average ice time at the top level, but that hasn't been nearly enough action for Wagner to make a fantasy impact.
Zach Hyman TOR LW
Maple Leafs' Zach Hyman: Subjected to league hearing16m ago
Hyman will have a hearing with the NHL's Department of Player Safety on Sunday for interference on Charlie McAvoy of the Bruins in the previous night's game.
Hyman, who ended up with a pair of fight-minute major penalties -- one for fighting and another for interference -- along with a game misconduct infraction, drilled the Boston defenseman moments after McAvoy cleared the puck along the end boards in the third period of an eventual 6-3 road loss for the Leafs. Working in Hyman's favor as far as a ruling is concerned is that he didn't appear to make contact with McAvoy's head and the Bruins skater, fortunately, didn't sustain a lasting injury.
Robert Hagg PHI D
Flyers' Robert Hagg: Tossed from Sunday's game29m ago
Hagg was ejected from Sunday's game against the Jets after receiving a major penalty for checking from behind and a corresponding game misconduct call, Flyerdelphia reports.
Hagg drove Jets forward Kyle Connor headfirst into the boards in the waning moments of the second period, which caused Jets defenseman Dustin Byfuglien to retaliate and pick up a game misconduct penalty of his own -- on top of a roughing minor for going after Hagg, who finishes with two hits, two blocks and 15 PIM over 11:57 of ice time.
Corey Crawford CHI G
Blackhawks' Corey Crawford: Set for battle with Habs1h ago
Crawford will work between the pipes as Sunday's home starter against the Canadiens, Charlie Roumeliotis of NBC Sports Chicago reports.
Crawford reportedly will be countered by Carey Price in this battle against a Habs team that ranks 12th in the NHL by virtue of averaging three goals per game on the road. The Blackhawks have lost six straight games, and while that's helping their case to try and land the 2019 first overall draft pick --- with Team USA star Jack Hughes expected to be the first player selected -- Crawford has been a poor fantasy option amid the team struggles.
Charlie McAvoy BOS D
Bruins' Charlie McAvoy: All systems go Sunday1h ago
McAvoy (undisclosed) will play Sunday against the Senators, per Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy.
McAvoy was shaken up after a late hit from Toronto's Zach Hyman in the third period of Saturday's game, but Cassidy has deemed the prolific offensive defenseman good to go. McAvoy receiving the green light to play even before pregrame warmups lends further credence to the notion that he didn't suffer a lasting injury in the latest contest.
Tuukka Rask BOS G
Bruins' Tuukka Rask: Defending road cage Sunday1h ago
Rask will be back in goal for Sunday's road game against the Senators.
Rask is winless through a pair of starts in December, as he surrendered six goals on 56 shots between a home game against the Red Wings and a road clash with the Lightning. Considering the Senators average 3.76 goals per game at Canadian Tire Centre -- third in the NHL -- fantasy owners shouldn't expect this game to be a cakewalk for Boston's No.1 netminder.