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  • DEN Safety #22
    Broncos S Kareem Jackson has been suspended four games for violating the league’s unnecessary roughness rules.
    The play in question occurred with 13:38 remaining in the fourth quarter on a hit on Vikings quarterback Joshua Dobbs, during which the Denver safety lowered his helmet to initiate forcible contact with the opposing quarterback. He was previously suspended four games but had the suspension reduced to two games, but heads immediately back to the suspended list after his first game back on the field. Expect another appeal as occurred on his first suspension.
  • LV Guard #67
    Raiders signed OL D.J. Fluker.
    Fluker has drawn interest from various teams over the last several months. The former No. 11 overall pick has lost over 50 pounds since last suiting up for the Ravens in the 2020 regular season and looked shredded at Alabama’s pro day earlier this year. The Raiders have four games left to go in the regular season. It’s possible they will give him a chance to start at some point in the year to see where he’s at heading into the 2024 offseason. Set to turn 33 next year, it’s possible Fluker has something left to offer if he’s able to stay in playing shape.
  • LV Running Back #8
    Raiders listed Josh Jacobs (knee) as DNP on Monday’s estimated injury report.
    This is only an estimated injury report, so it’s possible Jacobs gets upgraded to limited when the team holds its first real practice of the week. Jacobs suffered the injury in Week 14’s loss to the Vikings and is on a short week to get ready for Thursday night’s contest against the Chargers. If he’s not able to go, backup Zamir White could step into a lead role against a Charges run defense that’s struggled to slow its opponents. White could have some fantasy upside in deeper leagues if Jacobs is unable to go.
  • NYJ Quarterback #8
    Jets HC Robert Saleh said he has “no idea” if it would be possible for Aaron Rodgers (Achilles) to play in Week 16 against the Commanders.
    With Rodgers’ 21-day window open, he would need to be activated by Week 16 or be ruled out for the season. A Week 14 win over the Texans kept the Jets somewhat in the playoff conversation. A Week 15 win over the Dolphins would only strengthen what little chances they have at making the postseason, which could spur the team into starting Rodgers if he’s healthy enough to play. The idea of Rodgers playing again this season feels highly unlikely, especially if the Jets lose next week. With that said, Saleh will continue to answer these questions until a final decision has been made on Rodgers’ 2023 season.
  • LAC Wide Receiver #5
    Chargers listed Joshua Palmer (knee) as a full participant on Monday’s estimated practice report.
    Looking to make his way back from injured reserve, Palmer was listed as limited ahead of last week’s game, so getting listed as a full participant to kick off this week is a good sign for his return. With Keenan Allen (heel) opening the week as a DNP, it’s possible Palmer’s return will carry even more weight if Allen is unable to go. Palmer isn’t a lock to be activated before Thursday’s game, but he’s trending in the right direction.
  • LAC Tight End #7
    Chargers listed Gerald Everett (hip) as limited on Monday’s estimated injury report.
    A limited practice to open the week should be of little concern for Everett and his fantasy managers. The veteran tight end didn’t appear to have suffered any injury of note in the team’s Week 14 loss to the Broncos and should be good to go on the short week. Everett saw eight targets in a game that featured more than a half of football from Easton Stick. It’s possible Stick could look to Everett as a short-yardage security blanket in Week 15 against the Raiders, giving him some upside as a TE2.
  • LAC Wide Receiver #13
    Chargers listed Keenan Allen (heel) as DNP on Monday’s estimated injury report.
    This heel injury is a new one for Allen, who didn’t appear slowed in Sunday’s Week 14 loss to the Broncos. With Justin Herbert out for at least one week and the Chargers’ season all but over, it’s hard to know what Allen would play through at this point in the year. A DNP on Monday certainly makes him a player to watch heading into Tuesday. It’s possible he takes the field for the team’s first official practice of the short week.
  • NYG Quarterback #2
    Giants activated QB Tyrod Taylor from injured reserve.
    Taylor was trending toward being activated after logging a full week of practices. He’s expected to serve as the backup to Tommy DeVito, who has started each of the Giants’ last three games while throwing for 523 yards, six touchdowns, and one interception in those starts. It’s possible Taylor takes the field again at some point in the season, but it wouldn’t be surprising to see the Giants had DeVito the keys the rest of the way if he is healthy and playing well enough.
  • MIN Quarterback #12
    Vikings HC Kevin O’Connell said the team will decide later in the week on who will start Week 15 against the Bengals.
    After back-to-back disastrous outings by Joshua Dobbs, it’s hard to imagine O’Connell turning things back over to him without giving Nick Mullens or rookie Jaren Hall a shot. Mullens came on in relief of Dobbs in the fourth quarter and wound up throwing for 83 yards on 9-of-13 passing. The journeyman has bounced around the league since catching on with the 49ers as a UDFA in 2017, spending time with the Eagles, Browns, Raiders, and Vikings. A serviceable quarterback in a pinch, it’s hard to know how reliable Mullens can be for the Vikings, who are in the midst of a playoff push, but Dobbs isn’t instilling much confidence at this point.
  • MIN Wide Receiver #18
    Vikings HC Kevin O’Connell said Justin Jefferson is day-to-day with a chest injury and could play in Week 15 against the Bengals.
    Jefferson was sent to a local hospital for further evaluation after suffering his injury in Sunday’s win over the Raiders but was released in time to travel back to Minnesota with the team. His return from a hamstring injury was underwhelming, as he managed just two catches for 27 yards in his first game with Josh Dobbs under center. It didn’t help that the injury limited him to just one-half of football. The Vikings have a situation to figure out at quarterback, but Jefferson should still be on the WR1 radar in Week 15 if active.
  • WAS Linebacker #52
    Commanders beat writer Nicki Jhabvala reports LB Jamin Davis will undergo season-ending shoulder surgery.
    Davis suffered the injury in the Commanders’ Week 13 loss to the Dolphins and will now be placed on injured reserve, ending his season. The third-year linebacker has put together one of his better seasons as a pro, totaling 89 tackles, three sacks, and one interception while totaling eight TFLs. The former first-round pick struggled out of the gates early as a pro but has looked serviceable at times this season. He continues to struggle in pass coverage, earning a PFF coverage grade of 56.5 while allowing 35 receptions for 422 yards and three touchdowns, but he’s shown marginal improvement there as well. With a new regime likely to be taking over in the coming months, it will be interesting to see if the Commanders exercise Davis’ fifth-year extension this offseason or if he’ll be forced to play for a new deal in 2024. It’s possible next season is his last in Washington.