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  • CLE Wide Receiver #2
    Cooper entered concussion protocol after the Browns’ Week 13 loss to the Rams and was a DNP in Wednesday’s practice. The veteran receiver will need to clear protocol if he hopes to have any chance of suiting up in Week 14 against the Jaguars, but he’s also dealing with a rib injury. We’ll see if he’s able to get on the practice field Thursday, but Cooper is trending toward missing this week if he logs a second-straight DNP.
  • FA Kicker #9
    Gould last played for the 49ers in 2022, converting on 27-of-32 field goals. Gould, whose retirement announcement comes the day after his 41st birthday, entered the league as a rookie UDFA in 2005 with the Patriots. He was released by the Patriots at the end of the preseason and eventually caught on with the Bears in October of that same year. Gould would go on to kick 11 seasons for the Bears before spending one year with the Giants and then closing out his career with six seasons as a 49er. Gould steps away from the game having made 86.5 percent of his field goal attempts and 97.5 percent of his extra points.
  • MIA Tackle #73
    Jackson’s deal is worth up to $39 million. The veteran tackle is now under contract through 2026 and will continue to protect the blindside of left-handed quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. Jackson has appeared in 44 games since the Dolphins drafted him at No. 18 overall in 2020 and had his 2022 season cut short by an ankle injury. This season, he’s appeared in all 12 of the Dolphins games and has earned a PFF pass-blocking grade of 70.0.
  • CAR Tight End #81
    Hurst suffered a concussion in Week 10, missing three games since then. He did return to practice Wednesday, but was in a red non-contact jersey. Hurst’s father tweeted that Hurst has been diagnosed with Post Traumatic Amnesia by an independent neurologist and has a “slow recovery” ahead of him. Eventually, Hurst may be able to return to football, but is now dealing with a more serious issue and recovery ahead of him.
  • HOU Tight End #86
    Schultz has been dealing with a hamstring injury, missing Week 13 against the Broncos. He did not practice all of last week, but returns to start this week in a limited capacity. Brevin Jordan started in place of Schultz in Week 13, but Schultz should reclaim that spot once he returns. On track to play for Week 14 against the Jets, Schultz ranks as a low-end TE1.
  • LAR Wide Receiver #17
    Although Nacua was listed as a limited participant, head coach Sean McVay said “he just did everything” in the Rams’ Wednesday practice. Nacua hurt his shoulder in a Week 13 win over the Browns, but finished the game. The rookie has been a WR1/2 all season long and should continue to operate in the WR2 range despite the shoulder issue. Fantasy managers will be thrilled to hear that he is practicing and McVay’s comments provide optimism that he will play Week 14 against the Ravens.
  • SEA Defensive End #99
    Williams was acquired by Seattle at the trade deadline, playing in five games for the Seahawks. He was listed with a new ankle injury on Wednesday, not practicing to start the week. LB Jordyn Brooks (ankle), who left Week 13 early, also did not participate. Both Williams and Brooks are major contributors to the Seahawks defense and nursing ankle issues that could keep them out for Week 14 against the 49ers.
  • SEA Safety #33
    Adams was listed as a non-participant in practice, dealing with a knee injury. He missed Week 11, but played in both Weeks 12 and 13. Given that Adams has been practicing and playing with the injury, he is still on track to play Week 14 against the 49ers, barring a setback.
  • SEA Running Back #9
    Head coach Pete Carroll initially said that Walker and Zach Charbonnet did some work in a walkthrough, but both were listed as non-participants in practice. The Seahawks’ near-indecipherable language around injuries makes it hard to distinguish how ready Walker is to begin the week, but his practice statuses later in the week will paint a clearer picture. Walker has missed two straight games for the Seahawks and is in danger of missing Week 14 against the 49ers.
  • SEA Running Back #26
    Charbonnet initially hurt his knee during the Seahawks’ Week 13 loss to the Cowboys. He has filled in as the starter with Kenneth Walker out, but now both players are dealing with injuries heading into Week 14. Head coach Pete Carroll stated earlier that both did some work in a walkthrough, but neither were listed as practice participants. Charbonnet has a couple more chances to participate in practice, but his status against the 49ers is in question for now.

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Final Push For Fantasy Playoffs
Matthew Berry breaks down his positional rankings for Week 14 of the 2023 NFL season.
Denny Carter breaks down players running hot and cold, including Zack Moss, Taysom Hill, DeVonta Smith, and David Njoku.
The Fantasy Football Happy Hour crew talks about who is hot before Week 14, including Ja’Marr Chase lighting things up and De’Von Achane running wild while healthy.
Lawrence Jackson breaks down why Rashee Rice and Zay Flowers will continue to lead their teams’ wide receiver rooms in Week 14.
Patrick Daugherty and Denny Carter break down why Nico Collins is now a WR1 candidate and how De’Von Achane’s return bodes for his performance moving forward.
Eric Samulski breaks down his fantasy football defense rankings for Week 14.
Zachary Krueger breaks down meaningful snap shares from Week 13 of the NFL season.


Mike Florio and Chris Simms reveal which matchups they’re keeping a close eye on in Week 14, from A.J. Brown against DaRon Bland, to Derek Stingley taking on Sauce Gardner and more.
Mike Florio and Chris Simms explain why they’re surprised Joshua Dobbs will be starting, given Justin Jefferson’s return.
Mike Florio and Chris Simms analyze the new NFL non-player conduct memo resulting from the Dre Greenlaw and Dom DiSandro altercation in the Eagles-49ers game.
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Matthew Berry

Matthew Berry, Jay Croucher and Connor Rogers look at who they love and and hate fantasy wise in the highly-anticipated divisional clash between the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday Night Football.
The Happy Hour gang talks about their players to sit and start, including Russell Wilson heading into a good match and a struggling Devin Singletary.
The FFHH crew gives their early line alerts for NFL Week 14, including the Bengals remaining underdogs at home and an alt line for Rams-Ravens presented by DraftKings Sportsbook.
The Fantasy Football Happy Hour crew takes a look at the injuries their tracking this week and talk about how Bailey Zappe potentially starting for the Patriots will affect the betting lines for the game.

Simms Unbuttoned

Chris Simms shares why the 49ers, who don’t normally play man coverage, did so against the Eagles to shut down Jalen Hurts and Philadelphia’s running game, as well as the bad habits that he’s still seeing from Hurts.
Chris Simms and Ahmed Fareed analyze the betting odds for NFL Coach of the Year (per DraftKings Sportsbook) and give their current picks through Week 13 for the top three spots.
Chris Simms and Ahmed Fareed analyze the Green Bay Packers’ impressive showing against the Kansas City Chiefs, and take a closer look at Matt LaFleur’s gameplan that led to a huge victory over the Chiefs in Week 13.
Chris Simms and Ahmed Fareed give you the headlines for NFL Week 13 where Sam LaPorta is the key to the Lions’ success and Tyreek Hill makes a case for MVP after another class performance for the Dolphins.

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Matthew Berry breaks down his positional rankings for Week 14 of the 2023 NFL season.
Hilow dissects the winning Milly Maker roster from Week 13
Lawrence Jackson breaks down why Rashee Rice and Zay Flowers will continue to lead their teams’ wide receiver rooms in Week 14.
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Before the Jets announced that Zach Wilson will return to the starting quarterback job against the Texans this week, there was a report claiming Wilson was reluctant to play for the team again this season.
Commanders wide receiver Terry McLaurin did not have a catch in Sunday’s loss to the Dolphins, and he’s growing frustrated with his role in the offense.
Chargers running back Austin Ekeler managed just 14 carries for 18 yards on Sunday, and head coach Brandon Staley says the team may give backup running back Joshua Kelley more carries may to get the offense going.
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The Seahawks were without their top two running backs — Kenneth Walker III and Zach Charbonnet — at Wednesday’s practice.