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Advice: Bell's spot was needed with Leonard Fournette returning from IR. In eight regular-season games between the Bucs and Ravens, Bell ran for just 101 yards while averaging 2.8 YPC. Turning 30 in February, it won't be surprising if Bell retires this offseason. NBCSportsEDGE.com
Today, 1:12 pm
Bucs activated RB Leonard Fournette (hamstring) from injured reserve.
Advice: Fournette will play in Sunday's Divisional game with the Rams after making it through the practice week without setbacks. It's a massive upgrade to a Bucs' run game that was forced to rely on Ke'Shawn Vaughn in the Wild Card round. Fournette has been sidelined since Week 15 but is expected to see his regular workload, with Gio Bernard likely spelling him on pass downs. NBCSportsEDGE.com
Today, 12:47 pm
Bengals WR Stanley Morgan (hamstring) is inactive for the Divisional Round against the Titans.
Advice: Morgan, one of the Bengals' top special teams players, will miss his second straight playoff game. Also inactive are WR Trenton Irwin, CB Vernon Hargreaves, RB Trayveon Williams, OL Fred Johnson, and DE Wyatt Ray. NBCSportsEDGE.com
Today, 12:04 pm
NFL Network's James Palmer reports Clyde Edwards-Helaire (shoulder) isn't expected to be on a snap count in Sunday's Divisional Round against Buffalo.
Advice: The Chiefs removed Edwards-Helaire from the injury report after he practiced fully throughout the week. The second-year back shouldn't have any restrictions in his return to the lineup, but his pass game role is in question after Jerick McKinnon's breakout against the Steelers in the Wild Card round. The Chiefs are likely to feature Edwards-Helaire on early downs, with McKinnon sticking as the third-down back. NBCSportsEDGE.com
Today, 10:54 am
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports signing Deebo Samuel to an extension is a "top priority" for the 49ers this offseason.
Advice: Samuel is the centerpiece of the 49ers' offense, leading the team with 1,405 receiving yards and rushing for 365 yards and eight touchdowns. The All-Pro struggled with injuries his first two years, adding some risk to a long-term deal, but the 49ers are expected to lock up Samuel before he enters a contract year in 2022. Samuel is likely to land $20 million annually on his next contract and could push for $60 million in guarantees. NBCSportsEDGE.com
Today, 10:45 am