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Nov
14

Bills CB Leodis McKelvin (ankle) likely to miss the remainder of season

Buffalo Bills cornerback Leodis McKelvin will likely miss the remainder of the season due to a fractured ankle suffered in the Thursday night loss to the Miami Dolphins.
"We'll have to see what we're going to do with that," head coach Doug Marrone said Friday. "We're in discussions there, meaning the roster spot and what goes on and where we put him as far as IR and things like that."
McKelvin fell awkwardly on his ankle as he missed a tackle on Dolphins RB Lamar Miller in the second quarter. Corey Graham replaced McKelvin, who did not return to the game.

Nov
13

UPDATE: Bills RB Fred Jackson (groin) OUT for TNF; Bryce Brown, Anthony Dixon to shoulder load

Update: Fred Jackson broke the news on his own Twitter feed tonight, stating that he is "not able to take the field" against the Dolphins. He'll have 10 more days to recover for next week's game versus the Jets.

Nov
9

Who's in and who's out of the early games in Week 10?

Play time is over. We've reached the double-digit weeks. The sands in the hourglass are draining quickly. The fantasy playoffs are just a month away. Now is the time to make your move if you are 4-5 or 5-4. Now is the time to pull away from the pack if you are 7-2 or 6-3. And the results are going to become even more important as we dig deeper into November.
To assist you in your voyage for a "W" today, this post will lay out the game-time statuses of this morning's injured fantasy stars. That list includes Sammy Watkins, Fred Jackson, Tony Romo, Lamar Miller, Mark Ingram, Doug Martin, Charles Sims, Vincent Jackson (takes deep breath), Harry Douglas, Cecil Shorts and Tony Romo. All that with six teams on bye.

Nov
9

Dolphins RB Lamar Miller to be limited in Week 10 if he plays

Miami Dolphins' reporter Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reported Saturday, via his Twitter feed, that lead running back Lamar Miller (shoulder) is expected to be active but will likely be limited in the Dolphins' Week 10 game versus Detroit.