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Saints coach Sean Payton said long plays were to blame for Alvin Kamara's limited touches Week 5.

Kamara took a backseat to Mark Ingram in the latter's first game of the season, touching the ball just nine times. Payton said Kamara was meant to have more touches, but big plays and a Taysom Hill keeper changed the game flow. "It just changes how the game unfolds. Alvin’s nine touches, I think is a little bit of byproduct of a 60-yard scoring strike, another 40," Payton said. "Those change kind of the pitch count, if you will." Kamara should be more involved coming out of the bye in Baltimore, but Ingram's presence is a real threat to his high-end RB1 status.
Oct 15 - 11:15 AM

Baker Mayfield (ankle) is expected to play Week 7 against the Bucs.

Mayfield suffered a nasty looking ankle injury against the Chargers, but he played through it the rest of the game. He will need "treatment" this week, but he is expected to be fine for Sunday. In a great matchup against the Bucs, Mayfield will be a back-end QB1.
Oct 15 - 10:55 AM

NFL Network's Aditi Kinkhabwala reports there has been "no sign of" Le'Veon Bell at the Steelers' facility on Monday.

Bell will supposedly report to the team this week, but the Steelers remain in the dark about his plans. Even if he does, Pittsburgh could decide to pursue a roster exemption for Bell, potentially keeping him on the sidelines and reducing his pay. The Steelers are also expected to keep utilizing James Conner even once Bell returns, limiting the star's fantasy upside. This situation continues to be an absolute mess.
Oct 15 - 10:41 AM

NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports Matt Breida (ankle) is "pushing to play" Monday night against the Packers.

It would be surprising to see Breida on the field after he managed just one limited practice this week, but he has made a habit of playing through injuries so far this season. Alfred Morris' value would take a hit if Breida suits up.
Oct 15 - 10:36 AM

Lions placed CB/KR Jamal Agnew on injured reserve with a knee injury.

It is not a surprise after Agnew suffered what appeared to be a serious knee injury Week 5 against the Packers. A fifth-round pick last year, Agnew was an All-Pro as a punt returner as a rookie, so this is a blow to Detroit's special teams. ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Agnew is a candidate for return if the Lions are in the playoff mix.
Oct 15 - 9:35 AM

Panthers coach Ron Rivera did not consider benching D.J. Moore.

The rookie lost two fumbles in the first half, but his coach stood by him. "We’re trying to develop a football team," Rivera said. "I’m not too concerned about punishing players for making mistakes as much as we are about developing them and making sure they’re learning and growing and being able to go forward with them." Moore continues to play fewer snaps than Torrey Smith and Jarius Wright, but his role is growing. He is a fine bench stash in deeper leagues.
Oct 15 - 9:29 AM

Greg Olsen played 59-of-60 snaps (98 percent) Week 6 against the Redskins.

It was Olsen's first game since reinjuring his foot in Week 1, but the Panthers did not take it easy on him. He also notched seven targets on the day. He will be at risk of an in-game setback all season, but he will be a solid TE1 when he is healthy.
Oct 15 - 9:25 AM

Josh Gordon played 63-of-78 snaps (81 percent) Week 6 against the Chiefs.

Only Julian Edelman played more snaps among the receivers, and Chris Hogan was in on just 47 plays. He also commanded a team-high nine targets. He only turned those looks into five catches for 42 yards, but this was a big step forward from a usage perspective. With his role growing, Gordon will finally worth considering as a starter this week against the Bears.
Oct 15 - 8:08 AM
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