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  • Gruden: 'We fully anticipate Kirk coming back'
    Speaking at the Senior Bowl on Tuesday, Redskins coach Jay Gruden said he fully expects impending free agent Kirk Cousins to re-sign with Washington.

    Advice: "We fully anticipate Kirk coming back" were his exact words. Most signs point to Cousins returning to DC, but it won't come cheap. Cousins bet on himself this year and boosted his stock with another terrific season. He should command over $20 million annually, which seems to be the going rate for top signal-callers. The Redskins could use the franchise tag again if the two sides can't agree to a long-term deal. Rotoworld.com 29 minutes ago
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    18.32 (6th)
     
  • Extending Carr and Mack a priority for Raiders
    Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie said extending the contracts of Derek Carr and Khalil Mack is a top priority.

    Advice: "Those two guys are not only great players but they are great men," said McKenzie. "They are true Raiders and I want to make sure we do the best that we can to make sure that they stay Raiders." Carr is entering the last year of his rookie deal while Mack will have two years remaining when Oakland picks up his fifth-year option. Carr's absence was felt during the playoffs as rookie Connor Cook struggled in a lopsided loss to Houston. The Raiders have over $46 million available in cap space. That should give them more than enough to sign both players to long-term deals. Rotoworld.com Today, 12:49 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (973rd)
     
  • Karlos Williams eligible to return in Week 2
    Updating a previous report, Karlos Williams has just one game remaining on his 10-game suspension for repeated violations of the league's substance abuse policy.

    Advice: That means he'll be eligible to return in Week 2, which obviously improves his chances of making the 53-man roster. Williams was signed to a reserve/futures contract on Monday after spending most of the year on Pittsburgh's practice squad. Williams scored nine touchdowns for the Bills in 2015 but was cut the following offseason after failing a drug test and showing up to OTAs about 30 pounds overweight. Rotoworld.com Today, 12:42 pm
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    0.00 (1130th)
     
  • Todd Gurley calls 2016 season a 'nightmare'
    In an interview with NFL Network's Rich Eisen, Todd Gurley called his 2016 season a "nightmare."

    Advice: "It was definitely a tough year, a learning experience for me," said Gurley. "To be 4-12 this year? I don't want to feel that feeling again." Gurley famously called the Rams a "middle-school offense" after getting blown out by the Falcons in Week 14. The 22-year-old was the talk of the NFL after his breakout rookie season but imploded behind a porous offensive line in 2016. Hiring wunderkind head coach Sean McVay was a good start, but the Rams aren't going anywhere until they add more talent on offense. Rotoworld.com Today, 12:13 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    10.69 (92nd)
     
  • Tomlin knew about Bell's injury before AFCCG
    In his year-end press conference, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said he knew that Le'Veon Bell was playing with a groin injury down the stretch.

    Advice: That injury limited Bell to just 11 snaps in Sunday's AFC title game. "It was just something to manage," said Tomlin. "I was aware of it, but it wasn't significant to the point where it affected planning or the anticipation of planning in anyway." The Seahawks are in some hot water for not reporting Richard Sherman's knee injury and it will be interesting to see if the Steelers face a similar backlash. As of now, it looks like Bell should have a normal offseason. Melvin Gordon will replace Bell on the AFC Pro Bowl roster. Rotoworld.com Today, 10:39 am
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    0.00 (901st)
     
  • Tomlin: Not first time Ben talked retirement
    Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said this is not the first time he has heard Ben Roethlisberger talk about retirement.

    Advice: Roethlisberger said on Tuesday he would "consider all options" including "if there’s going to be a next season" in the next couple weeks. Tomlin said he is taking the comments seriously, but he is not alarmed or surprised by the notion. Ben is only 34 and likely will have to return a large chunk of his signing bonus if he decides to walk away this offseason. There is little chance he makes that decision. Rotoworld.com Today, 9:38 am
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    0.00 (954th)
     
  • Tomlin in wait-and-see mode with Martavis
    Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said he is in wait-and-see mode with suspended WR Martavis Bryant.

    Advice: Bryant applied for reinstatement earlier this month, and Tomlin said he is "hopeful" the receiver will be allowed back in the league. As we have learned from Aldon Smith, being eligible for reinstatement does not guarantee it will happen, but Bryant seems to have taken the necessary steps during his ban. Tomlin's hope could end up being well-founded. Rotoworld.com Today, 9:26 am
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    0.00 (988th)
     
  • Ben Roethlisberger hints at retirement
    In a radio interview, Ben Roethlisberger said he will "take some time" to "consider all options" this offseason.

    Advice: "To consider health, and family and things like that and just kind of take some time away to evaluate next season, if there’s going to be a next season," Roethlisberger said. Ben has taken a beating during his 13 seasons in the NFL, but he is only 34 and would owe Pittsburgh $18.6 million if he walks away. It would be beyond shocking if he decided to retire. Rotoworld.com Today, 9:01 am
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    0.00 (954th)
     
  • Brandt does not see 'robust market' for Romo
    The MMQB's Andrew Brandt does not believe there will be a "robust market" for Tony Romo.

    Advice: "At this point in his career, which has recently been dominated by injuries, he cannot be counted on as a starting quarterback in 2017," Brandt wrote, "and trade offers will reflect that." Owed $14 million in 2017 and with no guarantees left, Romo's contract is not a deterrent to a potential trade, but it seems likely he will be available for free on the open market at some point this offseason, which is obviously a more palatable price for a quarterback who needs to prove he can last more than one or two games. With the specter of retirement also certain to hurt his trade value, the Cowboys will be lucky to get anything for Romo. Rotoworld.com Today, 8:06 am
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    0.00 (942nd)
     
  • Brandt doesn't think Garoppolo will fetch 1st
    The MMQB's Andrew Brandt believes it is "delusional" to think Jimmy Garoppolo will fetch a first-round pick.

    Advice: ESPN's Adam Schefter believes the Eagles' haul for Sam Bradford (1st and 4th) is the "starting point" in trade negotiations for Garoppolo, but Brandt does not believe the two situations are comparable, as the Vikings were desperate after losing Teddy Bridgewater to a serious knee injury. If the Patriots cannot nab a first or early-second, they could decide to let Garoppolo play out the final year of his contract and hope for a high conditional pick when he inevitably signs a massive deal in free agency. Rotoworld.com Today, 7:52 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.15 (432nd)
     
  • Report: Browns 'very likely' to tag Pryor
    Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports the Browns are "very likely" to place the franchise tag on Terrelle Pryor.

    Advice: After locking up Jamie Collins to a long-term contract, Pryor is the next order of business for Cleveland. La Canfora believes it "would be crazy" for Pryor to sign a contract right now, suggesting he thinks the receiver will cash in as a free agent, but Pryor has already told his agents he wants to stay in Cleveland. It is not out of the question the two sides work out a deal. The tag should be worth north of $15 million for receivers in 2017. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 7:11 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    7.06 (189th)
     
  • Steelers sign Karlos Williams to future deal
    Steelers signed Karlos Williams to a reserve/future contract.

    Advice: Williams still has four games left on a 10-game suspension for substance abuse he picked up in late November, but he will get a shot to earn a roster spot during the offseason program. That shot will depend on his ability to stay in shape, which is one of many factors which derailed his career in the last year. Pittsburgh also signed RB Dreamius Smith, RB Gus Johnson, RB Brandon Brown-Dukes, DB Brandon Dixon, OT Matt Feiler, DB Jacob Hagen, DB Mike Hilton, OT Keavon Milton, WR Dez Stewart, and WR Marcus Tucker to reserve/future deals. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 3:58 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (1130th)
     
  • Beat writer believes D-Jax a fit for Los Angeles
    ESPN's Alden Gonzalez considers impending free agent DeSean Jackson a "natural fit" for the Rams.

    Advice: Jackson grew up in Los Angeles and the Rams just hired his former offensive coordinator Sean McVay as head coach. Meanwhile the Rams are looking for a top wideout to replace Kenny Britt, who is expected to sign elsewhere in free agency. Alshon Jeffery, Terrelle Pryor, Pierre Garcon and Kenny Stills are a few of the other big-name wideouts slated to hit the open market this offseason. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 12:45 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    9.81 (110th)
     
  • Ladarius Green not considering retirement
    Ladarius Green said he isn't considering retirement despite being sidelined by a concussion late in the season.

    Advice: Green sat out the season's first nine games while recovering from offseason ankle surgery and perhaps lingering issues from a concussion he suffered with the Chargers in 2015, and he later missed five more games after suffering a concussion in Week 15. "I talked to all the doctors. They reassured me of that. I’m not too worried about that. I’m not focusing on that right now," said Green about his health. "I'm going to go train as soon as I get home, and hopefully next season works out a lot better." The Steelers could certainly use another receiving threat to pair with Antonio Brown, but trusting Green to stay healthy is a fool's errand at this point. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 12:14 pm
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    0.00 (785th)
     
  • Jets sign WR Hammond to reserve/future deal
    Jets signed WR Frankie Hammond to a reserve/future contract.

    Advice: Hammond was out of the league last season after being part of the Chiefs' final cuts. He appeared in 25 games for Kansas City from 2014-15, catching four passes for 45 yards while mainly pitching in on special teams. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:58 am
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    0.00 (947th)
     
  • Chiefs do new deal with LS James Winchester
    Chiefs re-signed LS James Winchester.

    Advice: Winchester, 27, has been the Chiefs' long snapper for the past two seasons. He had a trying 2016 season that saw his father senselessly murdered in an Oklahoma City airport shooting back in November. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:21 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    2.06 (337th)
     
  • Carroll says concern over Prosise durability
    Coach Pete Carroll admitted there are concerns about C.J. Prosise's durability.

    Advice: "I can’t tell you that I'm not concerned about C.J.," Carroll said. "He had trouble through the offseason. He was unavailable to us throughout, and there was a groin and a hammy and a wrist and the scapula thing he had. He has to show it." Durability concerns are probably the one thing that could hold Prosise back from being an every-down player, limiting him to 12-15 touches. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 8:03 am
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    0.00 (587th)
     
  • Groin injury limits Bell to 11 snaps in AFCCG
    Le'Veon Bell rushed six times for 20 yards and wasn't targeted in the passing game Sunday in the Steelers' AFC Championship Game loss to the Patriots.

    Advice: Bell exited with a left groin injury late in the first quarter. He returned later in the half before leaving again on the same drive. Bell remained in uniform for the duration of the game, though it was pretty obvious he wasn’t coming back in. He ended up playing just 11 snaps while ceding workhorse duties to DeAngelo Williams. It was a disappointing end to a marvelous year for the fourth-year back. Bell is headed for free agency but the Steelers have made it clear they plan to give him the franchise tag if the two sides are unable to reach a long-term deal. You could make an argument for taking Bell first overall in fantasy drafts next summer, though Arizona’s David Johnson is also in that conversation. Rotoworld.com Sunday, 7:51 pm
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    0.00 (901st)
     
  • Big Ben throws for 314 yds as Steelers fall short
    Ben Roethlisberger completed 31-of-47 passes for 314 yards with one touchdown and one interception Sunday in the Steelers' AFC Championship Game loss to the Patriots.

    Advice: Roethlisberger matched Tom Brady punch for punch in the first half, completing 16-of-22 passes for 136 yards before the break. New England pulled away in the second half, however, and Roethlisberger couldn’t do much to stop the bleeding. Roethlisberger didn’t have much success throwing deep, often settling for check-downs to Jesse James and slants over the middle to Eli Rogers. His fourth-quarter interception was nowhere close to his intended target. Roethlisberger redeemed himself by throwing a 30-yard touchdown pass to Cobi Hamilton on the following drive, but it was too little too late. It didn’t end the way he would have liked, but Roethlisberger was still pretty darn good this year, even with a relatively thin receiving corps. It would be a huge boost to Roethlisberger and the entire passing game if suspended wideout Martavis Bryant returns to start opposite Antonio Brown next season. Rotoworld.com Sunday, 7:46 pm
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    0.00 (954th)
     
  • Ladarius Green inactive for AFCCG vs. Pats
    Ladarius Green (concussion) is inactive for the AFC Championship Game.

    Advice: Green's concussion has lingered long enough that he should be considered no better than 50-50 for a potential Super Bowl appearance in two weeks. Also inactive for the Steelers are WR Demarcus Ayers, QB Zach Mettenberger, CB Al-Hajj Shabazz, LB L.J. Fort, DE Johnny Maxey and OT Brian Mihalik, Rotoworld.com Sunday, 2:13 pm
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    0.00 (785th)
     
  • Ladarius Green not expected to play in AFCCG
    NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Ladarius Green (concussion, illness, questionable) is not expected to play in Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Patriots.

    Advice: Green participated in two of the Steelers' three practices this week but hasn't passed the concussion protocol and appears to be headed for his fifth straight absence. James Harrison (shoulder, triceps), who is also listed as questionable, is expected to get the green light for Sunday's AFC title game. Rotoworld.com Sunday, 5:56 am
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    0.00 (785th)
     
  • Report: 49ers may go 'hard' after Cousins
    ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the 49ers would go "hard" after Kirk Cousins if he is available.

    Advice: Even if the Redskins hit Cousins with another franchise tag, Schefter reports the 49ers may be willing to part with a trade package that includes the No. 2 overall pick to land the quarterback. With former offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan almost certain to take over as head coach, Cousins would likely be open to a move to San Francisco. There is little doubt Washington will place the exclusive franchise tag on Cousins if the two sides cannot work out a long-term deal, but even that might not be the end of the saga. Rotoworld.com Saturday, 9:22 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    18.32 (6th)
     
  • Ladarius back at practice, still in protocol
    Ladarius Green (concussion, illness) returned to practice on Friday.

    Advice: Green didn't work with the first team and remains in the league's concussion protocol. He'll make the trip to Foxboro, but it's anyone's guess if he'll be out there against the Patriots. Green hasn't seen the field since Week 15. Jesse James would draw another start at tight end if Green misses Sunday's AFC title game. No one covering the Steelers expects Green to play. Rotoworld.com Friday, 10:12 am
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    0.00 (785th)
     
  • Retirement a possibility for Tony Romo?
    Bryan Broaddus of the Cowboys' official website believes retirement is a serious possibility for Tony Romo this offseason.

    Advice: Romo has already said he plans to keep playing, but that could always change as he closes in on his 37th birthday, is coming off multiple back injuries, and is being squeezed out of Dallas. Jerry Jones' main goal is to send Romo to a place he wants to play, so we ultimately expect him to play at least another year. Rotoworld.com Friday, 6:45 am
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    0.00 (942nd)
     
  • Ladarius Green downgraded to 'DNP' Thursday
    Ladarius Green (concussion, illness) was downgraded to "DNP" on Thursday.

    Advice: It's the worst possible news after Green got in a "limited" session on Wednesday, though the flu is apparently going through the Steelers' locker room. Either way, with his latest head injury continuing to linger, Green is unlikely to suit up for the AFC Championship Game, leaving Jesse James as the Steelers' No. 1 "seam stretcher." The Steelers' offense has been operating at an extremely high level, but lacks viable weapons behind Le'Veon Bell and Antonio Brown.Daily Slant: If he's ultimately unable to suit up, Jesse James would start at tight end and be a viable option in GPPs given the lack of quality choices at the position. Still, our ownership projections don't display a large gap between James and Jared Cook - about 38% for Cook vs. 20% James - meaning there's not a huge advantage to be gained from a game theory perspective by pivoting to the lesser TE. Rotoworld.com Thursday, 12:55 pm
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    0.00 (785th)
     
  • Ladarius Green upgraded to limited Wednesday
    Ladarius Green (concussion) practiced on a limited basis Wednesday.

    Advice: It's an upgrade for Green after he missed practice all last week following a setback the previous week. Green remains in the protocol, but this at least gives him a shot to play Sunday. Consider him no better than 50-50. Rotoworld.com Wednesday, 12:58 pm
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    0.00 (785th)
     
  • Ladarius Green not expected to play vs. Pats
    The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Ed Bouchette doesn't expect Ladarius Green (concussion) to play Sunday against the Patriots.

    Advice: Bouchette is one of the most respected reporters of the last several decades and usually has a great read on all things involving the Steelers, which he sometimes divulges in a weekly fan Q & A. Asked about Green in this week's chat, Bouchette replied, "I don't think you will see him this Sunday. Not on the playing field anyway." Bouchette later said he doesn't expect Green to play at all this year. Coach Mike Tomlin confirmed Tuesday that Green has yet to pass through concussion protocol. Look for Jesse James to start at tight end in Foxboro. Rotoworld.com Tuesday, 5:31 pm
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    0.00 (785th)
     
  • Beat writer predicts Dallas will release Romo
    ESPN Cowboys reporter Todd Archer ultimately expects Dallas to release Tony Romo this offseason.

    Advice: While trading Romo is the Cowboys' "No. 1 priority," according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, it could be difficult for Dallas to find the compensation it desires when teams already know the Cowboys don't want him. Archer expects there to be "too many hoops to jump through" to pull off a trade, and the biggest one in particular will be how to swallow the massive $24.7 million cap hit. By designating Romo as a post-June 1 cut, the Cowboys could spread the cap hit out over the next two years and clear $14 million in 2017, allowing them resources to upgrade the defense. Rotoworld.com Tuesday, 5:06 pm
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    0.00 (942nd)
     
  • Martavis Bryant applies for reinstatement
    USA Today's Tom Pelissero reports suspended WR Martavis Bryant has applied for reinstatement.

    Advice: Bryant won't be returning for the AFC Championship Game or a potential Super Bowl appearance, but is trying to get his ducks in a row for 2017. Bryant was suspended a minimum of one season last March. As we've seen with Aldon Smith, it's not a guarantee the league will reinstate him simply because he's eligible. Bryant turned 25 last month. Rotoworld.com Tuesday, 10:31 am
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    0.00 (988th)
     
  • Tomlin: Ladarius Green still in protocol
    Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said Ladarius Green remains in the concussion protocol.

    Advice: Green did not seem particularly close to playing in the Divisional Round, but Tomlin did say he has a chance. He will need to get in some practice reps early in the week to have any shot at returning. The Steelers could certainly use Green as they head to New England.Daily Slant: It's looking very much like we won't see Green again this postseason. His history with concussions was concerning before this season, and things haven't improved at all in his first year with the Steelers. Green was acting as the next-in-command to Antonio Brown among the receiving corps, and his presence would theoretically make it tougher for the Patriots to heavily attack Brown with double coverage. Jesse James would draw another start and while he's a good bet to play the large majority of the snaps, his volume is still concerning. You can do worse on a two-game slate if you're looking to punt the TE spot, however. Rotoworld.com Tuesday, 9:17 am
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    0.00 (785th)
     
  • Jerry: 'No decision made' on Romo's future
    Jerry Jones said he has yet to decide what to do with Tony Romo this offseason.

    Advice: "There's only one that can make that decision, and there's been no decision made," Jones said. "Don't think for one minute if you see something written or something said about what and where Romo is going to be, relative to our team, that there's any credibility to it." While he may be technically telling the truth that a final decision has yet to be made, there is almost zero chance Romo is back with the Cowboys next year. How he leaves and where he goes are the only real questions remaining. Rotoworld.com Tuesday, 8:18 am
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    0.00 (942nd)
     
  • RapSheet: Trading Romo Dallas' No. 1 priority
    NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports trading Tony Romo is the Cowboys' "No 1. priority this offseason."

    Advice: "We know he's not going to be on the Cowboys in 2017," Rapoport said confidently about Romo. He again said Romo would like to land with the Broncos, but added Denver does not "seem inclined to make that move." With it all but decided Romo will be playing elsewhere next season, the only questions remaining are where he ends up and how he gets there. Those questions should dominate the discussion this offseason. Rotoworld.com Monday, 3:29 pm
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    0.00 (942nd)
     
  • Carroll: Prosise needs to be more durable
    Speaking at Monday's season-ending presser, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said C.J. Prosise will have to prove he can stay healthy as a sophomore.

    Advice: "He has to show it," Carroll said. The Seahawks' thin backfield badly needed Prosise's pass-catching ability as a rookie, but he was injured all season. He had a hamstring issue in camp, hand injury early in the year and shoulder ailment late. Prosise played 147 snaps across six appearances. The Notre Dame product turns 23 in May. Rotoworld.com Jan 16, 12:19 pm
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    0.00 (587th)
     
  • Big Ben goes TD-less in win over Chiefs
    Ben Roethlisberger completed 20-of-31 passes for 224 yards, no touchdowns, and one interception in the Steelers' Divisional Round win over the Chiefs.

    Advice: The Steelers didn't score a single touchdown, but still managed to win on the back of Chris Boswell's six field goals. Big Ben had a 17-yard touchdown to Antonio Brown knocked away by CB Marcus Peters just as Brown was coming to the ground with the ball, and Roethlisberger's pick was a tipped ball at the line that fell into Eric Berry's arms in the end zone. Big Ben's road woes are well documented, and he'll now head to Foxboro for the AFC Championship. He missed the Steelers' Week 7 game against the Patriots with a torn meniscus. Rotoworld.com Jan 15, 8:58 pm
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    0.00 (954th)
     
  • Bell runs for 170 yards in win over Chiefs
    Le'Veon Bell rushed 30 times for 170 yards in the Steelers' 18-16, Divisional Round win over the Chiefs.

    Advice: Bell was the Steelers' main source of offense, though they weren't able to score a touchdown all night, settling instead for six Chris Boswell field goals to advance to the AFC Championship game. Bell showed his trademark patience in the backfield and had 101 rushing yards at halftime. He didn't do much in the fourth quarter with the Chiefs dominating time of possession on one of their two touchdown drives. Bell was also swallowed up on his two catches, totaling minus-four yards on five targets. Against New England in Week 7, Bell rushed 21 times for 81 yards and caught 10 balls for an additional 68 yards. He's a virtual lock to total 100 yards. Rotoworld.com Jan 15, 8:43 pm
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    0.00 (901st)
     
  • Ladarius Green leads Steelers' inactives
    Steelers declared TE Ladarius Green, LB Anthony Chickillo, DE Ricardo Mathews, Zach Mettenberger, T Brian Mihalik, CB Al-Hajj Shabazz and RB Fitzgerald Toussaint inactive for Sunday's Divisional Round game against the Chiefs.

    Advice: Green and Toussaint are both out with concussions while Mathews is nursing a foot injury. Mettenberger, Mihalik and Shabazz are all healthy scratches. Rotoworld.com Jan 15, 4:03 pm
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    0.00 (785th)
     
  • Rapoport: Romo would prefer to play in Denver
    According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Broncos are Tony Romo's "No. 1 spot."

    Advice: With Dak Prescott staking his claim to the starting job in Dallas, the Cowboys will certainly look to shop Romo this offseason. Denver would be his preferred destination, though according to Rapoport, the Broncos aren't "inclined" to trade for him. Other potential fits include the Cardinals, Jets and Texans. Rapoport is hearing from league executives that the Cowboys could hold onto Romo until a major injury arises and shop him to the quarterback-desperate team. Either way, the Cowboys should be able to fetch a first- or second-round pick for Romo. Rotoworld.com Jan 15, 11:19 am
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    0.00 (942nd)
     
  • Martavis Bryant considered quitting football
    At one point during his season-long suspension, Martavis Bryant told his agent he "didn't really want to play anymore."

    Advice: Bryant reflected on his past in an interview with Sports Illustrated, admitting that he didn't take his rehab seriously at first and even considered walking away from the game. Bryant has since changed his tune and says he's been working out harder than ever before. The 25-year-old has spent most of the last year training in Nevada while helping out as an assistant high school coach. The Steelers could certainly use another receiver to pair with Antonio Brown on the outside. Due to his repeated violations of the league's substance abuse policy, Bryant will have to apply for reinstatement before he's able to return to Pittsburgh. Rotoworld.com Jan 15, 7:18 am
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    0.00 (988th)
     
  • C.J. Prosise (shoulder) officially inactive
    C.J. Prosise (shoulder) is inactive for Saturday's Divisional Round game.

    Advice: It confirms earlier reports. Prosise is expected to be ready for the NFC Championship if the Seahawks advance. The rest of Seattle's inactives are RB Terrence Magee, WR Kasen Williams, TE Nick Vannett, OT Bradley Sowell, DT John Jenkins, and LB Ronald Powell. Rotoworld.com Jan 14, 12:14 pm
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    0.00 (587th)
     
  • C.J. Prosise (shoulder) ruled out vs Falcons
    C.J. Prosise (shoulder) won't play in Saturday's game against the Falcons.

    Advice: Prosise got in two full practices this week but isn't ready to return. Seattle expects to have him for the NFC Championship if they advance. Thomas Rawls will continue to dominate touches after getting 27 carries last week. Rotoworld.com Jan 14, 11:07 am
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    0.00 (587th)
     
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