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Player Notes

  • Reverts to practice squad
    Coleman reverted to the 49ers' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log.

    Advice: With Elijah Mitchell (groin) unavailable, Coleman was elevated to the active roster for the AFC Championship Game but played just one offensive snap and didn't record any counting stats. The veteran running back made five regular-season appearances for the 49ers and totaled five touches for 70 yards and two scores. Rotowire.com Yesterday, 2:14 pm
    Week 18 Projected Rank
    429th
  • Back with Kansas City
    The Chiefs signed Ealy to their practice squad Monday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.

    Advice: Ealy, an undrafted rookie out of Mississippi, has bounced on and off the Chiefs' practice squad during the 2022 campaign, but the wideout, who played running back in college, still is looking to make his NFL debut. In a corresponding move, Kansas City cut Matthew Wright from its practice squad. Rotowire.com Yesterday, 1:26 pm
    Week 18 Projected Rank
    906th
  • McKinnon disappears in AFC title game vs. CIN
    Jerick McKinnon rushed four times for one yard in Kansas City's AFC Championship game win over the Bengals, adding two catches for 17 yards on four targets. 

    Advice: McKinnon was the target on an ill-advised hook-and-ladder from Travis Kelce that looked really cool but ended with McKinnon on top of the ball trying to hang on. Three of McKinnon's six touches came on the second drive of the game as the Chiefs crossed midfield, and he seemed to be losing passing-down time to Isiah Pacheco. It's hard to get a read on if McKinnon was dealing with a minor ding or if this was just a Pacheco coming-of-age situation. It was not a broadly valuable DFS game, we know that much. Playoff teams rostering him will be hoping for more against the Eagles in Super Bowl LVII.  NBCSportsEDGE.com Sunday, 11:26 pm
    Week 18 Projected Rank
    67th
  • Pacheco handily out-touches McKinnon in AFC CG
    Isiah Pacheco had 10 rushes for 26 yards in Kansas City's AFC Championship game win over the Bengals, adding five catches for 59 yards on six targets.

    Advice: Pacheco looked explosive from the start, reeling in a ton of yardage in open space on screen passes in the first couple of drives and having a rushing touchdown taken off the board due to a holding penalty. While nobody looked particularly good in Kansas City's rushing attack, Pacheco had 15 touches to Jerick McKinnon's five and Ronald Jones' one. If you think the Chiefs will spend much time winning in Super Bowl LVII, it sure seems like Pacheco is a solid bet to get as much -- if not more -- run than McKinnon.  NBCSportsEDGE.com Sunday, 11:24 pm
    Week 18 Projected Rank
    142nd
  • Perine takes lone rushing touchdown for Bengals
    Samaje Perine rushed five times for 22 yards and a touchdown in Cincinnati's AFC Championship game loss to Kansas City, adding three catches for four yards on four targets.

    Advice: Perine rumbled in for a score from two yards out to tie up the game for the Bengals in the early part of the fourth quarter. He was also the target on Joe Burrow's throwaway on a late intentional grounding call that did not look to these eyes to be a great call based on how NFL referees usually handle intentional grounding. Perine will enter free agency in 2023 as an acceptable third-down back who had some big games in Joe Mixon's absence in Weeks 12 and 13. He probably won't be a priority free agent, but he is productive enough that we can't rule out an early March signing or re-signing.  NBCSportsEDGE.com Sunday, 10:37 pm
    Week 18 Projected Rank
    140th

NFL Roster Changes

Injury Reports

PlayerInjuryStatusView Team Depth Chart
Calvin Ridley Jax - WRDisciplinarySUSPJax
Tony Pollard Dal - RBAnkleQDal
Kendall Hinton Den - WRFootQDen
Elijah Mitchell SF - RBGroinQSF
Robbie Anderson Ari - WRBackQAri