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    • Justin Hardy ATL WR
      Falcons' Justin Hardy: Could see more snaps in Week 7
      7h ago

      Head coach Dan Quinn said that Hardy would see an increase in offensive involvement should either Mohamed Sanu (hip) or Calvin Ridley (ankle) be deemed inactive for Monday night's game against the Giants, D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. "Marvin (Hall's) role will certainly increase and (Hardy's) role would increase, and the third would be Russell Gage," Quinn explained after Friday's practice session.

      Hardy collected a career-high seven targets during the Falcons' Week 6 win over Tampa Bay, hauling in three of those passes for 33 receiving yards. Over the past three seasons, Hardy has two appearances in games when Sanu was inactive, and in those contests has compiled five catches for 43 yards and a touchdown (averaging 1.4 receptions and 13.9 yards per game for his career). Even if Hardy does play on a greater percentage of offensive snaps, Week 7 brings a less than favorable matchup opposing a Giants defense that has allowed the sixth-fewest wide receiver receptions in 2018 (67).

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    • Patrick Peterson ARI CB
      Cardinals' Patrick Peterson: Snags second INT of season
      10h ago

      Peterson made six solo tackles, one pass breakup and one interception in Thursday's 45-10 loss to the Broncos.

      Peterson ranked third on the team in tackles and forced the team's only turnover. The 28-year-old corner has two of the team's six interceptions now, and he'll look to add to the total in Week 8 against C.J. Beathard, who has thrown five interceptions in three starts this season.

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    • Bradley Roby DEN CB
      Broncos' Bradley Roby: Active in coverage Thursday
      10h ago

      Roby made two tackles, four pass breakups and one interception in Thursday's 45-10 win over the Cardinals.

      Roby's numbers were unprecedented this season, as he had three pass breakups and zero interceptions before this contest. He'll need to be just as active in Week 8 against the Chiefs, who have attempted at least 36 passes in each of the last four games.

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    • Shaquil Barrett DEN OLB
      Broncos' Shaquil Barrett: Gets to QB
      10h ago

      Barrett made one sack in Thursday's 45-10 win over the Cardinals.

      Barrett's still having a quiet campaign, with just 15 tackles and two sacks over seven games. His pass-rushing opportunities aren't set to increase with Von Miller and Bradley Chubb tearing it up.

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    • Chandler Jones ARI OLB
      Cardinals' Chandler Jones: Five-game sack streak
      10h ago

      Jones made three tackles (two solo) and one sack in Thursday's 45-10 loss to the Broncos.

      Jones now has a sack in five straight games and 6.5 on the season. He'll look to keep the streak alive in Week 8 against the 49ers and C.J. Beathard, who has been sacked six times in the last two games.

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    • Todd Davis DEN LB
      Broncos' Todd Davis: Opens scoring with pick-six
      11h ago

      Davis registered 10 tackles, two pass breakups and one pick-six in Thursday's 45-10 win over the Cardinals.

      Davis picked off a Josh Rosen pass on the Cardinals' second offensive play of the game and took it to the house. He proceeded to lead the Broncos in tackles to produce a handsome stat line for fantasy owners.

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    • Ryan Tannehill MIA QB
      Dolphins' Ryan Tannehill: Still not throwing Friday
      12h ago

      Tannehill (shoulder), who has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Lions, didn't do any throwing at practice Friday, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.

      The Dolphins listed Tannehill as a limited participant for each of their practices Wednesday through Friday, but that doesn't mean a whole lot with the quarterback having yet to throw since sitting out the Week 6 overtime win over the Bears. Brock Osweiler will make a second straight start Sunday with Tannehill sidelined, but the Dolphins remain hopeful a long-term absence won't be in store for their top signal-caller. The Dolphins have already dismissed surgery as a possibility for Tannehill, who is believed to be dealing with an AC joint sprain rather than a torn labrum or rotator cuff. With the Dolphins facing a quick turnaround with a Thursday night game against the Texans in Week 9, the team may be realistically targeting the Nov. 4 contest versus the Jets for Tannehill's return to the lineup.

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    • Josh Rosen ARI QB
      Cardinals' Josh Rosen: Expected to play Week 8
      13h ago

      Rosen was diagnosed with a sprained left toe following Thursday's 45-10 loss to the Broncos, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Coach Steve Wilks said he expects Rosen to be OK for the Cardinals' next game Week 8 against the 49ers.

      Coming off a solid showing in a loss to the Vikings in Week 6, Rosen looked the part of a 21-year-old rookie against the Broncos. The quarterback threw three interceptions -- two of which were returned for scores -- and lost two of his three fumbles while being sacked six times and hit on five other occasions. It's unsurprising that he was banged up amid the ongoing harassment from the Denver defense, though it appears Rosen only escaped with a minor injury. He'll benefit from the extended rest between games with the Cardinals and 49ers playing next Sunday, but the rough outing certainly didn't help the youngster from a confidence standpoint. In response to the embarrassing loss, the Cardinals fired offensive coordinator Mike McCoy on Friday, replacing him with quarterbacks coach Byron Leftwich.

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    • Josh Rosen ARI QB
      Cardinals' Josh Rosen: Downplays toe injury
      22h ago

      Rosen sustained a left toe injury late in Thursday's 45-10 loss to the Broncos, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports.

      Rosen didn't miss a snap and said after the game that he's "fine" and was "just being soft" when he took a spill late in the fourth quarter. Even before getting hurt, the rookie quarterback struggled through the toughest outing of his young career, tossing three interceptions -- two of which were returned for touchdowns -- and losing two fumbles. The injury doesn't appear overly severe, but more information should become available as he is evaluated. Rosen will have a couple extra days to rest up for the Cardinals' Week 8 matchup with the 49ers.

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    • Josh Rosen ARI QB
      Cardinals' Josh Rosen: Throws pair of pick-sixes in loss
      1d ago

      Rosen completed 21 of 39 passes for 194 yards with a touchdown and three interceptions in the Cardinals' 45-10 loss to the Broncos on Thursday. He also rushed once for 14 yards and fumbled on three occasions, losing two and recovering one.

      Four days after throwing for a career-high 240 yards against the Vikings, the rookie saw the harshest of downturns Thursday. Rosen's nightmare outing began early, when he was victimized for a pick-six by Todd Davis on the second play of the game. The Broncos struck again later in the period, with Chris Harris, Jr. doing the honors to the tune of a 53-yard scamper into the end zone off Rosen's second pick. In all, the 2018 first-round pick was responsible for a whopping five turnovers, took six sacks and was hit on 11 occasions overall. He'll look dust himself off and bounce back in a Week 8 battle against the division-rival 49ers.

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    • Case Keenum DEN QB
      Broncos' Case Keenum: Efficient in Week 7 win
      1d ago

      Keenum completed 14 of 21 passes for 161 yards with a touchdown and an interception in the Broncos' 45-10 win over the Cardinals on Thursday. He also rushed four times for four yards.

      Keenum was spotted an early 7-0 lead courtesy of a Todd Davis pick-six, which was followed up by a 28-yard touchdown throw from Emmanuel Sanders to Courtland Sutton on a trick play later in the first quarter. A second defensive touchdown then gave Keenum a 21-0 cushion before the second quarter even started. Once Keenum hit Sanders with a touchdown pass from 64 yards out early in that period, the contest was essentially decided. The performance didn't really serve to answer some of the lingering questions about Keenum considering he had the luxury of serving as a game manager, but it was still a much-needed victory for the Broncos. He'll look to be on top of his game when Denver and the Chiefs face off in an AFC West Week 8 showdown.

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    • Carson Wentz PHI QB
      Eagles' Carson Wentz: Full practice Thursday
      2d ago

      Wentz (back) was a full practice participant Thursday, Reuben Frank of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.

      As expected, Wentz followed up a limited session Wednesday with an unhindered one Thursday, confirming that his back issue is minor. His preparation will turn to Sunday's matchup against the Panthers, whose defense has allowed 278.3 passing yards and exactly two touchdown passes per game to quarterbacks over the last four contests.

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    • Ameer Abdullah DET RB
      Lions' Ameer Abdullah: Could have offensive role in Week 7
      14h ago

      Abdullah could earn some snaps out of the Lions' backfield in Week 7 against the Dolphins with Theo Riddick (knee) ruled out, Tim Twentyman of Detroit's official site reports.

      With the top three options on the depth chart at running back all staying healthy through the first five games, Abdullah has been inactive for all but one of those contests, with all of his snaps coming on special teams in the lone appearance. Now without the services of their top pass-catching back coming off a bye week, the Lions suddenly have a need for another option to complement dynamic rookie Kerryon Johnson and power back LeGarrette Blount. Though he struggled to produce as a runner while dressing in 14 games for the Lions in 2017, Abdullah has flashed some ability as a receiver. Abdullah has a pair of 25-catch seasons on his resume and could allow the Lions to keep their playbook largely intact while Riddick is sidelined. It's unlikely that Abdullah will be involved to the extent Riddick usually is, but the latter's absence nonetheless provides a window of opportunity for the 25-year-old.

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    • Carlos Hyde CLE RB
      Jaguars' Carlos Hyde: Will likely be eased in by Jacksonville
      14h ago

      Hyde isn't expected to unseat T.J. Yeldon for the lead role out of the Jacksonville backfield in Sunday's game against Houston, Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com reports.

      With Hyde having just been acquired Friday, he's going to need some time to get up to speed with the Jacksonville offense and it's not a lock he'll suit up this weekend. Once he's acclimated with the new playbook, Hyde will likely split time with T.J. Yeldon until Leonard Fournette (hamstring) returns to action, with veteran Jamaal Charles also on hand to provide assistance out of the back field. There has been speculation that Fournette may be held out through the team's Week 9 bye, and in such a scenario, a timeshare between Yeldon and Hyde could be on the docket Week 8 against the Eagles.

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    • Leonard Fournette JAC RB
      Jaguars' Leonard Fournette: May not return until after bye week
      14h ago

      The Jaguars could be targeting their Week 10 game against the Colts for Fournette's (hamstring) return to action. Hays Carlyon of 1010 AM WJXL Jacksonville reports.

      Fournette has already been ruled out Week 7 against the Texans, but the idea of him being sidelined longer became more plausible with the Jaguars' acquisition of running back Carlos Hyde on Friday. At the very least, Hyde gives the backfield some added depth, but once he's up to speed with the team's playbook, he could split work with T.J. Yeldon until Fournette is back to full strength. While there's been no recent setbacks reported in Fournette's recovering from the hamstring injury, adding Hyde to the mix will allow the 3-3 Jaguars to proceed cautiously with their top back with the long term in mind.

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    • Latavius Murray MIN RB
      Vikings' Latavius Murray: Another starting nod looms
      15h ago

      Murray is expected to serve as the Vikings' starting running back Sunday against the Jets with Dalvin Cook (hamstring) ruled out for a third straight game, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.

      Both Murray and Cook have generally struggled to find much running room this season behind a shaky offensive line, but the former broke out in last week's win over the Cardinals, finishing with 155 yards and a touchdown on 24 carries. A repeat performance probably shouldn't be expected given that Murray averaged a meager 3.5 yards per carry through the first five weeks, but he should at least benefit from plenty of volume out of the backfield with Cook sidelined again and depth options Mike Boone and Roc Thomas having yet to prove themselves as viable threats to the veteran's snap share.

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    • Sony Michel NE RB
      Patriots' Sony Michel: Listed as questionable after practicing all week
      15h ago

      Michel (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bears.

      Michel was one of 10 players listed as questionable by the team, but given that he practiced all week (albeit in a limited fashion), we believe that he'll be able to head the Patriots' backfield once again this weekend. The No. 31 overall pick in the 2018 NFL draft doesn't do much in the passing game, that's James White's specialty, but he's the team's clear-cut lead back, a context that has led to him logging 67 carries for 316 yards and four TDs over his last three outings.

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    • Matt Breida SF RB
      49ers' Matt Breida: Cleared to face Rams
      15h ago

      Breida (shoulder/ankle) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Rams, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.

      Breida has proven to be a fast healer this season, playing at a high level while nursing a variety of injuries. The bigger concern is a Week 7 matchup that could force San Francisco to abandon its rushing attack late in the game. The Rams have surrendered 4.7 yards per carry to opposing running backs, but touchdowns (three) and volume (18.8 carries per game) have been hard to come by. It remains to be seen if Raheem Mostert or Alfred Morris will serve as Breida's complement.

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    • Justin Hardy ATL WR
      Falcons' Justin Hardy: Could see more snaps in Week 7
      7h ago

      Head coach Dan Quinn said that Hardy would see an increase in offensive involvement should either Mohamed Sanu (hip) or Calvin Ridley (ankle) be deemed inactive for Monday night's game against the Giants, D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. "Marvin (Hall's) role will certainly increase and (Hardy's) role would increase, and the third would be Russell Gage," Quinn explained after Friday's practice session.

      Hardy collected a career-high seven targets during the Falcons' Week 6 win over Tampa Bay, hauling in three of those passes for 33 receiving yards. Over the past three seasons, Hardy has two appearances in games when Sanu was inactive, and in those contests has compiled five catches for 43 yards and a touchdown (averaging 1.4 receptions and 13.9 yards per game for his career). Even if Hardy does play on a greater percentage of offensive snaps, Week 7 brings a less than favorable matchup opposing a Giants defense that has allowed the sixth-fewest wide receiver receptions in 2018 (67).

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    • Ted Ginn NO WR
      Saints' Ted Ginn: Expected back from IR in minimum time
      12h ago

      Coach Sean Payton said Friday that it's realistic for Ginn (knee) to return from injured reserve in the minimum eight weeks, Rod Walker of The New Orleans Advocate reports.

      With knee inflammation still troubling Ginn coming out of the bye week, the Saints placed him on injured reserve. The wideout underwent arthroscopic surgery to address the injury the same day, and with the procedure going according to plan, it appears Ginn will have a good shot at returning late in the season. If Ginn's rehab proceeds normally and he's able to resume practicing in early December, he'll be a candidate to return from IR as soon as the team's Week 15 game against the Panthers. While Ginn is sidelined, rookie Tre'Quan Smith appears most likely of the Saints' healthy wideouts to fill the veteran's role as a downfield threat.

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    • Tre'Quan Smith NO WR
      Saints' Tre'Quan Smith: Expanded role likely awaits
      12h ago

      Smith is expected to take on an enhanced role in the Saints' future game plans after fellow wideout Ted Ginn (knee) was placed on injured reserve Thursday, Rod Walker of The New Orleans Advocate reports. "[Wide receivers coach Curtis Johnson] has always been prepping me for this moment," Smith said. "He always tells me to be ready because you're coming up soon. I didn't know it was going to be this soon. But honestly, I'm ready for the opportunity."

      Rather than needing any sort of reconstructive surgery for the knee injury, Ginn merely required an arthroscopic procedure to address inflammation buildup, leaving the Saints optimistic the veteran will return from IR in the minimum eight weeks. The lengthy absence still creates an extended opportunity for Smith, whose speed makes him the best candidate to replace Ginn as the team's top downfield threat. The rookie enters Sunday's game against the Ravens coming off the best outing of his young career in the Saints' Week 5 win over the Redskins, during which Smith caught three passes for 111 yards and two touchdowns.

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    • Robert Foster BUF WR
      Robert Foster: Back with Buffalo's practice squad
      12h ago

      The Bills signed Foster to their practice squad Friday, Chris Brown of the team's official site reports.

      Foster was cut earlier in the week after producing only two receptions for 30 yards through the Bills' first six games. The team liked what Foster did in the summer and he has ties to offensive coordinator Brian Daboll, so the Bills will keep him in the mix by stashing him on the practice squad.

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    • Trent Taylor SF WR
      49ers' Trent Taylor: Deemed questionable for Week 7
      14h ago

      Taylor (back) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Rams, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.

      Taylor was listed as doubtful with the injury ahead of the 49ers' Week 6 matchup with the Packers before ultimately being inactive for the contest, so the fact that he's considered questionable for Week 7 suggests he's taken a step forward in his recovery from the back injury. If cleared to suit up Sunday, Taylor would likely retain his usual duties in the slot, where he forged a quality connection with quarterback C.J. Beathard his last time out. In the 49ers' Week 5 loss to the Cardinals, Taylor set season highs across the board with seven catches for 61 yards and a touchdown on eight targets.

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    • Pierre Garcon SF WR
      49ers' Pierre Garcon: Questionable for Week 7
      14h ago

      Garcon (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Rams, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.

      Garcon carries the injury designation into the weekend after he only managed limited participation in practices Thursday and Friday. The wideout has failed to record more than five receptions or accrue more than 57 receiving yards in any of his six outings this season. Even if he shakes off the injury and suits up Sunday, Garcon's fantasy upside will remain fairly limited.

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    • Eric Ebron IND TE
      Colts' Eric Ebron: Poised for another start
      14h ago

      Ebron is expected to pick up another start at tight end Sunday against the Bills with Jack Doyle (hip) ruled out for another game, Kevin Bowen of 1070 The Fan Indianapolis reports.

      Over the past four games Doyle has sat out, Ebron has hauled in 23 of 43 targets for 249 yards and four touchdowns, making him one of the top fantasy options at tight end during that span. He should make for a quality play again this week in most season-long formats, though his overall upside could be capped to some extent by the return of top wideout T.Y. Hilton from a two-game absence. Ebron has done the bulk of his damage over the two contests Hilton had missed, logging 13 catches on 22 targets for 176 yards and three scores.

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    • C.J. Uzomah CIN TE
      Bengals' C.J. Uzomah: Good to go Sunday
      14h ago

      Uzomah (shoulder) does not carry an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Chiefs after logging a full practice Friday.

      With Tyler Kroft still sidelined by a foot injury and Tyler Eifert (ankle) on IR, Uzomah is poised to work as the Bengals' top tight end for the foreseeable future. The 25-year-old turned in his most productive game of the season in the Bengals' Week 6 loss to the Steelers, hauling in six of seven targets for 54 yards.

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    • Jacob Hollister NE TE
      Patriots' Jacob Hollister: Questionable for Week 7
      15h ago

      Hollister (hamstring) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Bears.

      Hollister was limited in Friday's practice due to a hamstring issue. The extent of Hollister's injury remains undisclosed, but expect an update on the depth tight end's health if he is unable to suit up Week 7.

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    • George Kittle SF TE
      49ers' George Kittle: Ready to face Rams
      15h ago

      Kittle (knee) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Rams, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.

      Despite being nicked up for most of the season, Kittle has yet to actually miss a game. The Rams haven't allowed an opposing tight end to score a touchdown, but they have given up 8.0 yards per target to the position, thanks in large part to a monster outing from Oakland's Jared Cook back in Week 1.

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    • Rob Gronkowski NE TE
      Patriots' Rob Gronkowski: Questionable with ankle, back issues
      15h ago

      Gronkowski (ankle/back) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bears.

      The ankle injury isn't a new concern for Gronkowski, but his addition of the back issue on the Patriots' injury report makes his status worth monitoring in advance of Sunday's 1 p.m. EDT kickoff. Despite regular appearances on the injury report, Gronkowski has yet to miss a game this season and has turned in 26 receptions for 405 yards and a touchdown across six games.

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    • Ryan Griffin HOU TE
      Texans' Ryan Griffin: Ruled out for Week 7
      15h ago

      Griffin won't play Sunday against the Jaguars due to an illness.

      With Griffin out this week, Jordan Akins and Jordan Thomas will lead the way at tight end for the Texans on Sunday. Neither of the two rookies projects to have a significant role in the Houston passing attack.

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    • Greg Zuerlein LAR K
      Rams' Greg Zuerlein: Ready for return
      15h ago

      Zuerlein confirmed after Friday's practice that he'll be ready to kick Sunday at San Francisco, Myles Simmons of the Rams' official site reports.

      The Rams released Cairo Santos on Tuesday, so it came as a bit of a surprise when Zuerlein sounded hesitant Wednesday when he was asked about his chances of returning from the groin injury in Week 7. He's apparently feeling more confident after logging full practice participation throughout the week, setting up a return to his usual status as one of the top fantasy options at kicker.

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    • Phil Dawson ARI K
      Cardinals' Phil Dawson: Tallies four points
      20h ago

      Dawson converted his lone field-goal and extra-point attempt in Thursday's 45-10 loss to the Broncos.

      Dawson got off to a solid start with a 43-yard field goal in the first quarter, but the Cardinals offense found little breathing room most of the evening. The 43-year-old has made three of five field-goal attempts and all 11 extra points through the first seven games, but his scoring opportunities remain minimal due to Arizona's struggling offense.

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    • Caleb Sturgis LAC K
      Chargers' Caleb Sturgis: Looking shaky for London game
      20h ago

      Coach Anthony Lynn hinted that Michael Badgley will likely be needed to replace Sturgis (quad) for Sunday's game against the Titans in London, Jeff Miller of the Los Angeles Times reports.

      Sturgis is listed as questionable on the final injury report, potentially shaping up as a game-time decision ahead of Sunday's 9:30 a.m. EDT kickoff. The timing allows for plenty of alternatives if Sturgis shows up on the inactive list, but it also creates the risk of getting stuck with a zero if he's accidentally left in a lineup and doesn't play. Badgley was effective last week against the Browns, converting each of five extra-point attempts as well as a 44-yard field goal.

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    • Greg Zuerlein LAR K
      Rams' Greg Zuerlein: Logs back-to-back full practices
      2d ago

      Zuerlein turned in back-to-back full practices Wednesday and Thursday, Rich Hammond of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.

      It's been an interesting few days for Zuerlein. On Tuesday, his replacement the previous two games (Cairo Santos) was released, paving the way for Zuerlein to return. Coach Sean McVay proceeded to clear him Wednesday, only for Zuerlein himself to tell Myles Simmons of the Rams' official site that he wants to get through the week without a setback before he'll be confident in his right leg. However, McVay told Hammond on Thursday that Zuerlein is "fine" and "kicking," putting to rest whether he'll be available Sunday at San Francisco.

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    • Mike Badgley LAC K
      Chargers' Michael Badgley: Could retain kicking duties in Week 7
      2d ago

      Badgley could continue to serve as the Chargers' kicker in Sunday's game against the Titans in London, Ryan Kartje of The Orange County Register reports. "Mike did a good job," coach Anthony Lynn said, referring to Badgley's performance in the 38-14 victory over the Browns in Week 6. "Maybe we'll let [incumbent kicker Caleb Sturgis] heal another week and go with Mike. Right now, we're just going with the guy that's healthy. When they're both healthy, we'll figure it out."

      Sturgis was unable to recover from a quadriceps injury in time to dress against Cleveland, allowing the recently signed Badgley to make his NFL debut. The undrafted rookie out of Miami (Fla.) aced the test, nailing a 44-yard field goal and all five of his extra-point tries in the blowout win. Badgley's ability to knock down the freebies was no small feat, considering Sturgis had put his job in jeopardy by missing four of 12 extra-point attempts through the first five games. Sturgis remained a limited participant in practice for the second straight day Thursday and may not be fully healthy by the time the weekend arrives, tentatively putting Badgley on track to handle the kicking duties once more.

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    • Caleb Sturgis LAC K
      Chargers' Caleb Sturgis: Practices in limited fashion
      2d ago

      Sturgis (quadriceps) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice.

      While Sturgis' back-to-back limited practice sessions to begin the week imply he has a chance to reclaim kicking duties Sunday against the Titans in London, he'll probably need a full practice Friday to avoid an injury designation heading into the weekend. Even in that scenario, it's not a lock that Sturgis serves as the Los Angeles kicker after replacement Michael Badgley drilled his only field-goal attempt (from 44 yards) and connected on all five extra-point tries in the Week 6 win over the Browns. Sturgis, on the other hand, had already missed seven kicks (three field goals, four extra points) through the first five weeks to put his job security in question.

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    • Patrick Peterson ARI CB
      Cardinals' Patrick Peterson: Snags second INT of season
      10h ago

      Peterson made six solo tackles, one pass breakup and one interception in Thursday's 45-10 loss to the Broncos.

      Peterson ranked third on the team in tackles and forced the team's only turnover. The 28-year-old corner has two of the team's six interceptions now, and he'll look to add to the total in Week 8 against C.J. Beathard, who has thrown five interceptions in three starts this season.

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    • Bradley Roby DEN CB
      Broncos' Bradley Roby: Active in coverage Thursday
      10h ago

      Roby made two tackles, four pass breakups and one interception in Thursday's 45-10 win over the Cardinals.

      Roby's numbers were unprecedented this season, as he had three pass breakups and zero interceptions before this contest. He'll need to be just as active in Week 8 against the Chiefs, who have attempted at least 36 passes in each of the last four games.

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    • Shaquil Barrett DEN OLB
      Broncos' Shaquil Barrett: Gets to QB
      10h ago

      Barrett made one sack in Thursday's 45-10 win over the Cardinals.

      Barrett's still having a quiet campaign, with just 15 tackles and two sacks over seven games. His pass-rushing opportunities aren't set to increase with Von Miller and Bradley Chubb tearing it up.

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    • Chandler Jones ARI OLB
      Cardinals' Chandler Jones: Five-game sack streak
      10h ago

      Jones made three tackles (two solo) and one sack in Thursday's 45-10 loss to the Broncos.

      Jones now has a sack in five straight games and 6.5 on the season. He'll look to keep the streak alive in Week 8 against the 49ers and C.J. Beathard, who has been sacked six times in the last two games.

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    • Todd Davis DEN LB
      Broncos' Todd Davis: Opens scoring with pick-six
      11h ago

      Davis registered 10 tackles, two pass breakups and one pick-six in Thursday's 45-10 win over the Cardinals.

      Davis picked off a Josh Rosen pass on the Cardinals' second offensive play of the game and took it to the house. He proceeded to lead the Broncos in tackles to produce a handsome stat line for fantasy owners.

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    • Chris Harris DEN CB
      Broncos' Chris Harris: Runs INT back for six
      11h ago

      Harris made six tackles (five solo) and a pick-six in Thursday's 45-10 win over the Cardinals.

      It was Harris' first pick of the season and his first pick-six since 2015. He'll look to keep the turnover train chugging in Week 8 against the Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes, who has thrown four picks in the last two games.

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