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TitansOnline's Jim Wyatt writes the Titans "plan" for Derrick Henry "to be the lead back."

Wyatt adds Henry's performance will determine how the workload is distributed, but Henry is the favorite for carries over Dion Lewis. Terry McCormick of Titan Insider agrees with Wyatt's assessment, but he added it is "not out of the question" Lewis leads the team in all-purpose yards despite Henry getting more carries. This situation looks like a true committee, and Lewis is coming off the board a full three rounds after Henry, making him the better value pick.
Jul 12 - 10:09 AM

Jimmy Graham was forced from Thursday's game against the Seahawks with a thumb injury and will not return.

Nov 15 - 10:49 PM

Packers DT Mike Daniels was forced from Thursday's game against the Seahawks with a left foot injury.

Daniels went down in the third quarter. Daniels was announced as "questionable" but was spotted on the sideline with his shoe off and foot iced up. It's not looking good. Daniels' loss for any amount of time — even half a game — would be awful news for the Packers.
Nov 15 - 10:35 PM

Keenan Allen was added to the Chargers' injury report on Thursday, getting in a limited session with hip and finger issues.

Mike Williams (groin) was also added, getting in a limited session. Mid-week additions are one thing. Mid-week additions with two separate injuries are another. It's not what you would like to see, but there is zero indication Allen's Week 11 status is in doubt. Allen has a tough matchup with Denver's Chris Harris.
Nov 15 - 5:46 PM

Adam Thielen (lower back, calf) remained "limited" in Thursday's practice.

Thielen's status for Sunday night's game against the Bears is not in doubt, but it is unideal to come off the bye week with two different injuries. Coming off his quietest game of the season, Thielen is a mid-range WR1 for Week 11.
Nov 15 - 5:38 PM

Matt Bryant (hamstring) has resumed practicing in full.

It means, barring a setback, Bryant will return for Sunday's game against the Cowboys. We will update Bryant's status if he ends up sitting out.
Nov 15 - 4:29 PM

Joe Mixon (knee) was limited at Thursday's practice.

He was not listed on Wednesday's injury report. Mixon may have aggravated a knee injury he suffered earlier this year. It's too early to speculate on his status for Sunday's game in Baltimore, though late-week additions to the injury report are never a good sign.
Nov 15 - 2:07 PM

Lamar Jackson's Thursday missed practice was due to a "stomach issue."

It's an extremely minor issue, but it means Robert Griffin III was the only Ravens quarterback practicing Thursday. The Ravens are probably going to be much more leery of throwing Jackson out there if he's only had two practices. It could end up a huge missed opportunity for the No. 32 overall pick. Of course, RGIII will be an immediate derailment threat against the Bengals. Even if RGIII gets the call, Jackson could be called upon. The situation will be updated multiple times over the next 24 hours.
Nov 15 - 1:51 PM

Chris Godwin (ankle) remained sidelined on Thursday.

Godwin is beginning to look doubtful for Sunday's showdown with the Giants. His absence would make Adam Humphries a Week 11 target hog.
Nov 15 - 1:21 PM

Marvin Jones (knee) did not practice Thursday.

Jones also missed Wednesday's practice because of a bone bruise in his knee. Two missed sessions in a row is obviously a bad sign, but he could still practice Friday and play against the Panthers. If that does not happen, Kenny Golladay would be in line for a massive target share.
Nov 15 - 12:41 PM

Vikings OC John DeFilippo said Dalvin Cook (hamstring) is a "full-go" at this point.

Cook was supposed to be limited during his first game back before the bye, but he ended up playing 57 percent of the snaps and gaining 109 yards on 14 touches. Following the bye week, it sounds like he will be given even more work moving forward. This week's matchup with the Bears aside, Cook is looking at a pretty good schedule the rest of the way. He is a good bet for a late-season surge assuming he is able to stay healthy.
Nov 15 - 12:26 PM

Cowboys LT Tyron Smith missed practice Wednesday with back spasms.

Coach Jason Garrett said he is hopeful Smith can practice Thursday. Back spasms are not a long-term concern, but the Cowboys will likely be cautious considering Smith's injury history. Atlanta's pass rush is anything but fearsome, but they did sack Dak Prescott eight times last season with Smith out of the lineup.
Nov 15 - 11:52 AM




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