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  • Kareem Hunt avoids marijuana charges
    Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon-Journal confirms Kareem Hunt was pulled over and cited for a traffic violation Tuesday in Rocky River, Ohio.

    Advice: Police discovered three "small amounts" of marijuana in the vehicle, which Hunt claimed belonged to his brother. Hunt, who was driving a car registered under his mother's name, was cited for speeding (he was clocked at 77 mph when the posted speed limit was 60) but avoided marijuana charges. Hunt can't afford any more slip-ups after the off-field scandal that led to his departure from Kansas City in 2018, though it doesn't sound like anything will come of this particular incident. If he can walk the straight and narrow, the former rushing champ should land a starting job when he enters free agency this offseason. Friday, 8:58 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    9.85 (82nd)
  • Coleman (shoulder) seen running on side field
    Tevin Coleman (shoulder) remained sidelined at Thursday's practice.

    Advice: The good news is that Coleman was spotted running on a side field. That's obviously an encouraging sign after he missed most of Sunday's conference title game with a dislocated shoulder. Despite his injury, the Niners are hopeful he'll be available next week for Super Bowl LIV in Miami. Even if he suits up, there's a good chance Coleman will take a backseat to Raheem Mostert, who erupted for four touchdowns and over 200 yards rushing in last week's rout of Green Bay. Thursday, 1:32 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    6.20 (207th)
  • Tevin Coleman (shoulder) DNP Wednesday
    Tevin Coleman (shoulder) did not practice Wednesday.

    Advice: Coleman has another 11 days to get clearance for Super Bowl 54 following his dislocated shoulder. Raheem Mostert and Matt Breida will handle the load for the 49ers if Coleman doesn't get the green light. Wednesday, 3:58 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    6.20 (207th)
  • Mark Ingram says his calf feels 'really good'
    Ravens RB Mark Ingram said his injured calf is "really good."

    Advice: "[I was] trying to be ready for divisional," Ingram said. "Felt good but we just weren’t able to pull it out." Ingram was clearly banged up in the team's Divisional Round loss to the Titans, logging a season-low seven touches on 28 snaps (29%) upon returning from the strained calf he suffered in Week 16. It sounds as if he'll be fully healthy for the team's offseason workouts beginning in April. Wednesday, 12:25 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (449th)
  • C.J. Ham to be tendered by Vikings
    The Minneapolis Star-Tribune confirms the Vikings plan to tender restricted free agent C.J. Ham.

    Advice: The Pro Bowl alternate played a career high 35 percent of snaps this season. Only the 49ers ran more two-back formations than the Vikings. The loss of OC Kevin Stefanski to the Browns could be a hit to Ham's role, but he'll be back as Dalvin Cook's lead blocker in 2020. Tuesday, 11:03 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    2.28 (324th)
  • Tevin Coleman suffered dislocated shoulder
    Coach Kyle Shanahan said Tevin Coleman suffered a dislocated shoulder in the NFC Championship game against the Packers.

    Advice: Shanahan said Coleman got it popped back in and has a chance to play in the Super Bowl in 13 days. Raheem Mostert earned as much work as he can handle following his massive performance against Green Bay, but Coleman could perhaps be in line for a few touches. Overall, it's good news for Coleman after he had to be carted off. Monday, 4:31 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    6.20 (207th)
  • Derrick Henry mum on upcoming free agency
    When asked about his upcoming contract negotiations, impending free agent Derrick Henry said, "I am sure it will get worked out."

    Advice: "Right now, we just lost a game. I am not even thinking about no contracts or things like that," said Henry in the aftermath of Sunday's season-ending loss to Kansas City. Coming off a season that saw him lead the league in rushing yards with 1,540, the former Heisman winner should be a coveted free agent, though the Titans have more than enough cap space ($60.15 million) to retain him on a lucrative long-term deal. The 26-year-old could command a deal similar to the market-setting six-year, $90-million windfall Ezekiel Elliott received from Dallas last summer. Monday, 5:51 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    14.93 (36th)
  • 49ers not ruling Coleman out for Super Bowl
    Speaking following Sunday's NFC Championship Game victory over the Packers, 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan refused to rule Tevin Coleman (shoulder) out for Super Bowl LIV.

    Advice: Coleman's injury was tough to watch on replay, but initial testing evidently returned good news. "I’m hoping he’ll be all right next week," Shanahan said. "I don’t totally know yet. I know he’s not ruled out or anything. I think there will be a good chance (for him to go)." Raheem Mostert was literally historically good in Coleman's absence vs. the Pack, but Coleman led the Niners' attack in the Divisional Round. The 49ers will do most of their install this week but will not be required to issue official injury reports until next week. DFS players will have to sit tight for the time being, though Mostert will obviously be the priority play even if Coleman is active. Sunday, 8:44 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    6.20 (207th)
  • Matt Breida touches ball once vs. Packers
    Matt Breida rushed once for two yards in the 49ers' NFC Championship Game victory over the Packers.

    Advice: Breida was not targeted in the passing game. It was a disappointing stat line on an evening where Tevin Coleman was lost early to a shoulder injury. Raheem Mostert was simply rolling too hot for coach Kyle Shanahan to turn elsewhere. With Coleman all but certain to miss Super Bowl LIV against the Chiefs, Breida will certainly get more than one touch, but Mostert will have the first crack at establishing the fabled "hot hand." Sunday, 8:26 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    4.08 (262nd)
  • Dion Lewis gets one catch in AFC Title loss
    Dion Lewis caught his only target for six yards in Tennessee's AFC Championship loss to the Chiefs.

    Advice: Derrick Henry's monstrous four-game stretch (87/585/7) to close ‘18 clearly forced Lewis to the bench this year as the latter's 54 carries were his fewest since 2015 (and over 100 fewer than his workload the previous year). The Titans, however, were afforded a two-year 'out' when initially inking the 29-year-old to his four-year, $19.8 million contract, needing to take on only $1.125 million in dead cap space in 2020 to shed his deal — an inevitable scenario since it saves their books from his $5.162 million cap hit, freeing over $4 million to use towards Ryan Tannehill and/or Henry. Lewis will undoubtedly land elsewhere as an efficient third-down back and could easily pop up on late-round radars with the right suitor. Sunday, 7:25 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    4.27 (259th)
  • Jamaal Williams bottled up in NFCCG
    Jamaal Williams rushed three times for six yards in the Packers' NFC Championship Game loss to the 49ers, "adding" two receptions for one yard.

    Advice: The 1B to Aaron Jones' 1A, Williams was out-touched 285-146 by his more talented backfield mate in 2019-20. Williams would occasionally win the touch battle as the Pack tried to keep Jones fresh, but Jones decisively pulled away in the second half of the season. We now have years of data of Jones being more explosive than Williams on a per-touch basis — both on the ground and through the air — but there is little reason to believe the Pack will change their two-back approach in 2020. They think it is the best way to keep Jones healthy. 2020 is the final year of Williams' rookie deal. What little dynasty league value he has is of the handcuff variety. The 24-year-old is not a future lead back. Sunday, 7:19 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (615th)
  • Aaron Jones ends year with 23 TDs in 18 games
    Aaron Jones rushed 12 times for 56 yards and a touchdown in the Packers' NFC Championship Game loss to the 49ers, adding five receptions for 27 yards and an additional score.

    Advice: With Jones' latest two-score effort, he closes the book on 2019-20 with 23 touchdowns in 18 games. His 19 regular season scores were tied for the second most in Packers history, an amazing feat with a franchise this storied. Although still treated as more of a 1A back than true workhorse, Jones confirmed years of belief from analysts that he was capable of being one of the most productive running backs in football. Dangerous in space as a runner, Jones is a legitimate game-breaker as a pass catcher. Headed into the final year of his rookie deal, Jones' contract could be a summer imbroglio. Absent a holdout, Jones will be worth a first-round pick in every format of fantasy. Sunday, 6:55 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    16.92 (22nd)
  • 49ers flatten GB on ground, advance to SB 54
    Raheem Mostert rushed 29 times for 220 yards and four touchdowns in the 49ers' NFC Championship Game victory over the Packers.

    Advice: Mostert's 220 yards rushing were the second most of the 2019-20 season, as well as the second most in NFL postseason history. Utterly dominating the Packers' defensive front with play design, coach Kyle Shanahan routinely sprung Mostert for 10-plus yard gains. With Tevin Coleman dealing with a serious shoulder injury and Matt Breida no longer a factor, Mostert will be the lead back for the 49ers' Super Bowl LIV matchup with the Chiefs. Sunday, 6:43 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    11.63 (67th)
  • Henry (19/69/1) contained in AFC Championship
    Derrick Henry rushed 19 times for 69 yards and a score in Tennessee's AFC Championship loss to the Chiefs.

    Advice: Henry initially earned his opportunity with a ludicrous four-game stretch (87/585/7) to close ‘18 and leveraged that newfound role into 303/1,540/16 on the ground, including the league’s 2019 rushing title and 83/446/2 in three postseason games. While his nonexistent receiving-game usage (24 targets) and invisibility in negative game scripts hindered his weekly floor, the Titans need only take on $1.125 million in dead cap this offseason to shed Dion Lewis’ contract and gift Henry further opportunity in 2020. Henry himself enters the new league year as an unrestricted free agent, but one would imagine GM Jon Robinson allocates an Ezekiel Elliott/Todd Gurley-like annual amount for the 26-year-old bruiser. Recency bias aside, Henry projects as a first-round pick for early Best-Ball leagues prior to the draft. Sunday, 5:21 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    14.93 (36th)
  • Tevin Coleman carted with shoulder injury
    Tevin Coleman was carted from Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the Packers with a shoulder injury and will not return.

    Advice: Coleman's arm got twisted awkwardly at the end of a red zone run. It had the looks of a serious issue. An upper-body carting could be anything from a separated shoulder to torn biceps. Coming off a scintillating Divisional Round appearance, Coleman had taken a backseat to Raheem Mostert before departing. With Jeff Wilson inactive, Mostert and Matt Breida will be fed heavily in Coleman's absence. Sunday, 4:30 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    6.20 (207th)
  • Darwin Thompson gets a single touch in win
    Darwin Thompson recorded a seven-yard carry in Kansas City's AFC Championship win over the Titans.

    Advice: As expected, Thompson was afforded a single carry as coach Andy Reid continued leaning on Damien Williams (22/89/1) for damage — this despite the fact that LeSean McCoy (illness) wasn't able to play. That makes a grand total of two touches for Thompson in the postseason. He'll remain an afterthought for fantasy in Super Bowl 54. Sunday, 4:16 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    4.01 (265th)
  • Damien totals 22/89/1 in AFC Championship
    Damien Williams rushed 17 times for 45 yards and one score, adding five catches for another 44 yards in the Chiefs' Conference Championship win over the Titans.

    Advice: LeSean McCoy (illness) was ruled inactive prior to kick-off, but even his availability probably wouldn't have mattered. Williams inevitably out-touched Darwin Thompson 22 to 1, moving his postseason totals to 29/92/3 rushing and 7/65/1 receiving (on 12 targets) ahead of both McCoy and Thompson. Andy Reid has treated Williams as the team's true bell-cow since the latter initially returned from his ribs injury in Week 16 and that's fully expected to continue in Super Bowl LIV. It wouldn't be surprising to see McCoy outright healthy scratched for that one. Sunday, 3:27 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    12.75 (49th)
  • Jeff Wilson Jr. inactive for NFC Championship
    49ers declared RB Jeff Wilson Jr., QB C.J. Beathard, CB Dontae Johnson, TE Daniel Helm, LB Azeez Al-Shaair, WR Jordan Matthews, and DL Kevin Givens inactive for the Conference Championship game against the Packers.

    Advice: With George Kittle, Raheem Mostert, Tevin Coleman, Dee Ford, and Kwon Alexander all cleared from Friday's injury report, the 49ers walk into Sunday's AFC Championship contest with a clean bill of health. Emmanuel Mosley is also expected to start over CB Ahkello Witherspoon on the opposite sideline of Richard Sherman Sunday, 2:31 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    0.00 (798th)
  • Dexter Williams officially inactive on Sunday
    Packers declared RB Dexter Williams, WR Ryan Grant, FB Danny Vitale, OL Alex Light, OL John Leglue, DB Raven Greene, and CB Ka’dar Hollman inactive for the Conference Championship game against the 49ers.

    Advice: Greene's absence is the only surprise among this list after he was activated from injured reserve and added to the team's 53-man roster on Saturday. Tyler Ervin will once again work behind Aaron Jones and Jamaal Williams with Williams sidelined. Sunday, 2:14 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    3.25 (294th)
  • LeSean McCoy (illness) inactive for Sunday
    Chiefs declared RB LeSean McCoy, QB Matt Moore, CB Morris Claiborne, LB Darron Lee, OL Ryan Hunter, OL Jackson Barton, and OL Andrew Wylie inactive for the Conference Championship game against the Titans.

    Advice: It's surprising news despite the fact that McCoy played only one snap in the Divisional Round. Darwin Thompson, who also played a single snap in that game, will thus be the only available runner behind Damien Williams. Chris Jones (calf) is also active but is fully expected to be limited. Sunday, 10:40 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    4.84 (242nd)
  • Titans 'hoping' to bring back Derrick Henry
    NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Titans are "hoping" to re-sign impending free agent Derrick Henry.

    Advice: In the words of Grammy-nominated recording artist Billie Eilish, duh. Henry has been a rockstar for the Titans, cruising to 588 rushing yards over his last three games while leading Tennessee to consecutive road upsets over the defending champion Patriots and top-seeded Ravens. The rushing champ and former Heisman winner could be retained on the franchise tag, though the Titans may opt to use the tag on quarterback Ryan Tannehill, who is also headed for free agency. With over $60 million in available cap room, the Titans have more than enough cash to re-sign both at competitive salaries. Sunday, 9:39 am
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    14.93 (36th)
  • LeSean McCoy listed questionable
    Chiefs RB LeSean McCoy (illness) is questionable for the AFC Championship against the Titans.

    Advice: Shady is tentatively expected to suit up after returning to a limited practice on Friday. Still, Damien Williams played 62-of-64 snaps last week and is fully entrenched as the lead back ahead of both McCoy and Darwin Thompson. Perhaps the Chiefs will continue to feature their receiving-friendly RB on wheel routes, as only the Colts (109) allowed more receptions to RBs than the Titans (101) this season. Friday, 12:39 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    4.84 (242nd)
  • LeSean McCoy (illness) absent on Wednesday
    LeSean McCoy (illness) was absent from Wednesday's practice.

    Advice: McCoy has been an afterthought over the past month (including his one-snap effort in Sunday's Divisional Round win) and a sudden mid-week illness certainly won't help matters. He's not expected to be an integral part of Kansas City's game plan against the Titans even if he's at full strength. Damien Williams remains the back to roster in two-game DFS slates this upcoming weekend. Wednesday, 12:29 pm
    Week 17 Projected Points & Rank
    4.84 (242nd)
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