Turbin had five carries for 18 yards and one reception for two yards in Sunday's win over Cleveland.
Turbin played fewer snaps on offense than last week (28) despite Marlon Mack being sidelined with a groin injury. Turbin did have a goal-line carry but failed to score a touchdown. He doesn't appear to have a significant role in the offense and Frank Gore is getting goal-line carries as well, limiting Turbin's fantasy value.
Davis (shoulder) has been cleared for practice and will be a full participant at the start of training camp Tuesday, Casey Holdahl of TrailBlazers.com reports.
It was reported back in June that Davis had been cleared for on-court work and that he expected to be ready for training camp, so this latest news regarding Davis' availability for training camp comes as no surprise. Davis indicated during his media session that he wants to battle for the starting power forward role, though the likes of Maurice Harkless, Al-Farouq Aminu, Noah Vonleh and Zach Collins could all have something to say about that. Davis should also see plenty of time at center as a reserve option behind starter Jusuf Nurkic.
Dennard recorded a team-high 10 tackles (seven solo) and one sack in Sunday's loss to the Packers.
It was by far the most productive game for Dennard this season, who had just seven total tackles through the first two games. Dennard played 52 of the Bengals' 70 defensive snaps Sunday, as he is still behind both Adam Jones and Dre Kirkpatrick in the team's pecking order.
Montgomery will start Tuesday's game against the Rays, Meredith Marakovits of YES Network reports.
Montgomery will toe the rubber for Tuesday's series opener against the Rays after he was scratched from his original start over the weekend. With Montgomery pitching Tuesday, the Yankees could also send him out for a second start on Sunday (the final game of the regular season) if they aren't playing for anything meaningful, which would allow Luis Severino to be saved for the wild-card game. The rookie owns a respectable 4.06 ERA, 1.26 WHIP and 136:49 K:BB through 144 innings (27 starts) this season.
Jones secured all three of his targets for 63 yards during Sunday's 30-26 loss to the Falcons.
Despite tying for sixth on the team in targets, Jones still led the Lions in receiving yards Sunday. However, he doesn't appear to be anything more than a subsidiary target for QB Matthew Stafford moving forward and will likely continue to share the No. 3 wideout job with rookie Kenny Golladay until further notice -- while concurrently splitting targets with a pair of running backs, not to mention TE Eric Ebron. Thus, his upside is extremely limited, so Jones doesn't have the makings of a legitimate fantasy option at present time.