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  • LAR Wide Receiver #10
    NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports Cooper Kupp suffered a low ankle sprain in the Rams’ Week 11 win over the Seahawks.
    A low ankle sprain would suggest a relatively short recovery time for Kupp, although it’s hard to say with his extensive injury history. The veteran receicer didn’t return to play in Sunday’s win, but he did try to make his way back on the field, which feels like relatively positive sign upon initial diagnosis. The team is expected to evaluate Kupp and his ankle going forward, but it’s possible he misses only a short period of time with his injury. We’ll see how the team lists him come Wednesday when they release their first injury report of the week.
  • MIA Defensive End #14
    The Dolphins officially signed LB Jason Pierre-Paul off the Saints’ practice squad.
    Pierre-Paul signs with the Dolphins after LB Jaelan Phillips tore his Achilles in Week 12. Pierre-Paul had three sacks last season with the Ravens and signed with the Saints’ practice squad earlier in November. The Dolphins will try to use him to plug the void left by Phillips, who has to turn his sights to next season.
  • LAC Wide Receiver #5
    Chargers WR Joshua Palmer (knee) is eligible to return from injured reserve in Week 13.
    The Chargers have yet to provide any clues as to Palmer’s status, but with Quentin Johnston (ribs) apparently hurt, Palmer would be a significant re-addition to fantasy rosters. We’ll let you know as soon as the Bolts update Palmer’s status, hopefully no later than Wednesday afternoon’s practice report.
  • NYG Tight End #12
    Giants head coach Brian Daboll said, “we’ll see” when asked if TE Darren Waller will return after the team’s Week 13 bye.
    Waller is eligible to return from injured reserve after the Giants’ Week 13 bye. He was placed on injured reserve initially with a hamstring injury in early November. The bye week will add extra time for Waller to get healthy and possibly return for Week 14.
  • SEA Running Back #9
    Seahawks RB Kenneth Walker (oblique) did not practice on Tuesday.
    Walker was listed as not practicing for the second straight day with an oblique injury. He missed a Week 12 Thanksgiving loss to the 49ers and is now in danger of missing the Seahawks’ second straight Thursday game. Wednesday’s practice will determine Walker’s status, but Zach Charbonnet is slated to start in another tough matchup against the Cowboys in Week 13.
  • NE Quarterback #19
    ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports the Patriots are re-signing Will Grier to the practice squad.
    The Patriots are bringing back Grier just as quickly as they let him go. Right before their Week 12 game against the Giants, they released Grier and proceeded to let Mac Jones and Bailey Zappe battle it out. Unfortunately neither did well against a lowly Giants’ team and the Patriots quarterback room is now in shambles. Don’t be shocked if you see Grier in action soon, the last time we saw him he was having a solid preseason with the Cowboys.
  • IND Running Back #28
    The Athletic’s James Boyd reports Jonathan Taylor will have surgery on his thumb.
    This comes as a surprise in the football world as many people didn’t even know Taylor left Week 12 with an injury. The Colts hope to have him back in 2-3 weeks and will look to avoid putting him on IR. Zack Moss will go back to being the Colts’ RB1 for the time being. He’ll be a reliable high-end RB2 in that role until Taylor returns.
  • DAL Linebacker #11
    Cowboys EDGE Micah Parsons (illness) did not practice on Tuesday.
    After getting in a full practice on Monday, Parsons popped up as a DNP on Tuesday with an illness. Normally this wouldn’t be much of an issue, but the Cowboys play on Thursday night against the Seahawks. While it would be surprising for an illness to keep Parsons out of the game, it’s possible that he may play at less than 100 percent, which could limit his snaps or effectiveness. It’s certainly a situation to monitor over the next 24-48 hours.
  • FA Kicker #2
    Saints worked out a group of kickers on Tuesday including Mason Crosby and James McCourt.
    Crosby was ousted from Green Bay this year after 16 seasons following the drafting of Andres Carlson. The 39-year-old connected on 86.2 percent of his field goals last season and has nailed 81.4 percent during his long career. McCourt is a 26-year-old who has been on the Jaguars and Raiders’ practice squads over the last two seasons but as not attempted a field goal in NFL action. Current Saints kicker Blake Grupe popped up on the injury report with a groin issue, but has not yet been ruled out for this weekend, so today’s workout is likely just due diligence. For now.
  • FA Linebacker #53
    Free agent LB Shaq Leonard has left his visit with the Cowboys without a contract, according to Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News.
    Leonard reportedly had another visit lined up with the Eagles prior to heading to Dallas, so this isn’t a surprise. It’s still possible that the veteran could reach an agreement with the Cowboys, but he appears to be in no rush to sign on the dotted lined. While the 28-year-old linebacker still appears to be working his way back from injury, he played on 70 percent of the Colts’ defensive snaps this season and totaled 65 tackles and two TFLs, so he will be a solid addition for whoever signs him.
  • CLE Running Back #41
    Browns signed RB John Kelly to the practice squad.
    Kelly was with the team in the pre-season and actually led the Browns in rushing with 117 yards on 37 carries (3.2 yards per carry); however, the sixth round pick from the 2018 draft was cut at the end of training camp. With the Browns releasing Kenyan Drake from the practice squad this week, they decided to bring back Kelly; although, he figures to be nothing more than emergency depth.