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  • MIN Wide Receiver #18
    It was the star wide receiver’s first full practice since Week 5. The team activated Jefferson off the IR last week and then went on bye, but Jefferson will certainly be back for Week 14 against the Raiders. His return will be a boost for Joshua Dobbs, who was named the starting quarterback for the weekend, and the entire Vikings offense. Given how long he’s been sidelined, we should expect that Jefferson will be 100 percent healthy when he steps onto the field this weekend. Get him into your lineups.
  • NYJ Running Back #20
    Hall was ostensibly healthy for the Jets’ Week 13 loss to the Falcons; however, fellow running back Dalvin Cook had his first double-digit carry game of the season and out-gained Hall on the ground with 35 yards to Hall’s 16 yards. There didn’t appear to be any injury suffered during the game either, but Hall will now not practice to start the week as he manages this ankle injury. Jets head coach Robert Saleh was vocal about Hall needing to dance around less and pick up “grimy yards,” so it wouldn’t be surprising to see Cook continue to get even more work as Hall deals with his coach’s frustration and this ankle injury.
  • PHI Tight End #88
    Goedert alluded to his return earlier in the day, saying, “Dallas in Dallas has a nice ring to it.” A full practice to open the week all but guarantees he will return versus the Cowboys. The Eagles haven’t gotten any production from their backup tight ends since Goedert went down, instead pumping more targets to DeVonta Smith. With Goedert back, things will likely normalize and A.J. Brown should resume his top-dog role in the Eagles’ passing attack. Goedert will rank as a low-end TE1 for Week 14.
  • PIT Running Back #22
    Harris was unable to practice on both Tuesday and Wednesday with a knee injury, which is not great news heading into Thursday night’s game. Harris could certainly play without having practiced, but it’s not common with running backs. If Harris were to miss Thursday’s game against the Patriots, it would mean a full workload for Jaylen Warren, which would make Warren an RB1 for fantasy. Given that Harris wasn’t able to practice at all this week, it’s likely that even if he were to play, he would be doing so at less than 100 percent and could see a reduced workload.
  • NE Wide Receiver #1
    Parker was limited in practice throughout the week because of the knee issue. The veteran wideout should be able to suit up despite the injury, but fantasy managers will want to check on New England’s inactives before kickoff. Parker led the Patriots with four catches for 64 yards last week. With Demario Douglas already ruled out, Parker will be in line for WR5 fantasy numbers if active.
  • NE Running Back #38
    Stevenson suffered the ankle injury early in the Pats’ Week 13 loss to the Chargers and did not return. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported earlier this week that Stevenson would miss several weeks, so the Pats ruling him out today is only a formality. Ezekiel Elliott, who saw 21 touches in Week 13, will draw the start as a fantasy RB2 versus Pittsburgh.
  • SEA Running Back #9
    The Seahawks held a walkthrough, so this is more of a projected participation than anything, but it’s a step in the right direction for a player who’s missed the last two weeks. Fellow running back Zach Charbonnet was also able to go through the walkthrough, but head coach Pete Carroll said it’s too soon to determine if either will play on Sunday in a tough showdown against the 49ers. If neither is able to play, it would appear that Deejay Dallas could take on a bigger role, so it’s worth watching the practice status of both players over the next couple of days.
  • NO Quarterback #7
    Hill is coming off a season-high in carries. He rushed 13 times for 59 yards and a score in Week 13. Head coach Dennis Alen said the team will monitor Hill throughout the week. If Hill were to miss time, more goal line opportunities would be open for the pass-catchers and Alvin Kamara. As Hill doesn’t play a traditional tight end role, his absence wouldn’t change much for Juwan Johnson.
  • CHI Running Back #21
    Foreman left the Bears’ Week 11 game with the ankle issue and did not return. He sat out of the following game but got the bye week to recover and is now good to go. Roschon Johnson took over the backfield in Week 12, but it’s anyone’s guess as to who leads the way in carries versus the Lions. Foreman is likely to weakest option of the bunch for fantasy purposes, though this is ultimately a situation to avoid altogether until we get more clarity.
  • CLE Quarterback #15
    Dorian Thompson-Robinson was back at practice as he works his way through concussion protocol, but he was taking reps with the second-team on Wednesday. That could just be a one-day split since this is DTR’s first practice since suffering the concussion; however, Flacco looked good in his first start of the season on Sunday and could be the steady, veteran presence that the Browns need to claim a playoff spot. As of now, the team has not yet decided on a starting quarterback for Week 14.



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