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  • MIA Safety #8
    Holland managed consecutive limited practices to end the week after an absence on Thursday. He ultimately missed Week 13 after a single limited session on Friday, making it likely he comes down to a game-time decision on Monday. Brandon Jones stepped into an every-down role with Holland out of action a week ago and would be the likeliest candidate tee see additional run in the secondary should Holland be ruled inactive.
  • BUF Tight End #88
    That was always the likeliest outcome after the veteran tight end logged a full week of practice ahead of the team’s Week 14 showdown with the Chiefs. Knox will make his return to the active roster following a string of five missed games in the middle of the season. The Bills ran the highest rates of 12-personnel prior to his injury but it remains to be seen whether they will revert to those offensive tendencies following the departure of Ken Dorsey two weeks ago.
  • TEN Defensive Back #26
    The two defensive players are primary contributors, making the matchup that much better for the Miami offense against a run defense that has not performed to the same level as in years past. Expect tight end Trevon Wesco to see a slight uptick in snaps in the absence of Whyle.
  • MIN Offensive Coordinator
    Phillips immediately notified the team, which then passed word to the league. After internal review, the decision was made to allow Phillips to travel with the team to Las Vegas for the team’s game against the Raiders. More word will come from the league regarding the developing situation.
  • GB Running Back #33
    Jones has missed the previous two games with a knee injury, making it five total missed games for the veteran running back this season with various ailments. AJ Dillon has taken over primary duties in his absence but continues to struggle through poor efficiency. Now that the team has played their way into playoff contention, Jones’ status becomes a bit more pressing. Either way, expect more word on Jones when the team announces their Week 14 inactives 90-minutes prior to Monday Night Football.
  • GB Wide Receiver #9
    Here we go again with Watson. Watson missed the first three games of the season with a hamstring injury and was finally starting to come into his own for the Packers this year. It is unclear how long his most recent soft tissue injury will keep him out of the lineup, which is particularly concerning for the organization now that they have played themselves into playoff contention during the second half of the season. The result of the team’s Week 14 game against the Giants is likely to play a role in how cautious they can be with their second-year wide receiver.
  • NYG Wide Receiver #0
    Campbell popped on the team’s injury report on Saturday, making it unlikely he suits up for Monday Night Football against the Packers. He had seen a reduced role of late while playing behind five other wide receivers, meaning his absence is unlikely to mean much to the rotation of pass-catchers for the Giants.
  • NYG Tackle #73
    Neal has struggled with injuries throughout the season and will now miss Week 14 against the surging Packers. His next chance to return to action will come in Week 15 when the Giants visit the Saints in New Orleans.
  • CLE Wide Receiver #2
    Cooper managed only one limited session this week but apparently did enough to both clear concussion protocol and put his chest injury behind him, reportedly now on track to suit up against the Jaguars in Week 14. His quarterback situation remains a mystery with the team yet to announce whether rookie Dorian Thompson-Robinson or veteran Joe Flacco will be under center.
  • CLE Quarterback #15
    In addition to elevating Flacco, the Browns also waived backup quarterback P.J. Walker. The team has not announced a starting quarterback for Week 14, but the decision to elevate Flacco is enough to suggest he could get the nod come Sunday. Flacco threw for 254 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception in last week’s loss to the Rams, as the Browns’ offense looked much better with him under center rather than Dorian Thompson-Robinson. We wouldn’t go so far as to assume Flacco is starting, as Stefanski has kept his decision tightly knit, but things are trending in that direction.
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