Seahawks' Doug Baldwin: Listed as probable for Sunday
Doug Baldwin (ankle) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Steelers, John Boyle of the Seattle Seahawks ' official site reports.
Baldwin logged full practices Thursday and Friday, setting him up to handle his usual role on Sunday afternoon. His matchup is favorable, as the Steelers have been solid against the run but middling against the pass. Baldwin will likely see a lot of Steelers cornerback William Gay, who despite being the team's most reliable corner, is still plenty beatable.
Jets' Brandon Marshall: Probable for Week 12
Brandon Marshall (toe) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Dolphins.
Marshall looks safe to roll with Sunday and is thus in line to continue to see his share of looks in the New York Jets ' Week 12 offense. He's been targeted 10 times in each of his last two outings, about in line with his overall average of 10.7 on that front.
Seahawks' Paul Richardson: Ruled out again
Paul Richardson (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Steelers, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR reports.
Richardson will miss a second consecutive game after finally making his first appearance of the season in Week 10. Even if he returns healthy within the next few weeks, he'll likely just be the fourth or fifth wide receiver.
Seahawks' Bruce Irvin: Doubtful to play Sunday
Bruce Irvin (knee) is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Steelers, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR reports.
Recovering from a sprained MCL, Irvin will miss a second straight game. Mike Morgan should be a capable replacement, and the Seattle Seahawks still have a loaded front seven.
Bills' Alex Carrington: Next man up
With Mario Williams out for this week's game in Kansas City, Alex Carrington is expected to receive the bulk of the available snaps in the star lineman's place. The Buffalo News reports. "I like him, because he's a versatile guy," said coach Rex Ryan. "He can play inside, he can play outside. He can do a lot of different things. He's a good player."
Carrington saw 49 percent of the defensive snaps Monday against the Patriots, but he's in line to see even more this week with two starters ruled out. Carrington isn't much of a sack monger, never having more than two in a season, but there's a chance he'll pick up some odd tackles or even a sack if the Chiefs give too much attention to Marcell Dareus and Jerry Hughes.
Rams' Greg Zuerlein: Added to injury report
Greg Zuerlein (groin) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game in Cincinnati, ESPN's Nick Wagoner reports.
Zuerlein presumably suffered the injury during Friday's practice, as he was a late addition to the final injury report. Even if he's able to play, he's attached to a terrible offense that has a highly difficult matchup.
Bills' Bacarri Rambo: Draws probable designation for Week 12
Bacarri Rambo (shoulder) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, wgr550.com reports.
Though Rambo (shoulder) was forced out of this past Monday's loss to the Patriots with a left shoulder injury, he was able to record a season-high eight tackles prior to his exit, lifting his overall mark to 34 stops in nine games, to go along with two forced fumbles and a pick.
Dolphins' Jelani Jenkins: Listed as questionable this week
Jelani Jenkins (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Jets.
Jenkins practiced in a limited fashion both Thursday and Friday, suggesting that he has a chance to play Sunday. After recording a fantasy-friendly 23 tackles over the Miami Dolphins ' first two games this season, Jenkins' has logged 30 tackles in seven games, numbers that restrict his IDP utility to deeper formats.
Dolphins' Reshad Jones: Listed as probable for Sunday
Reshad Jones (pectoral) is probable for Sunday's game against the Jets.
It looks safe to roll with Jones as an IDP this weekend. To date, the safety has logged a fantasy-friendly 91 tackles, three picks and two sacks in 10 contests.
Bills' Marcus Easley: Ruled out this week
Marcus Easley (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, wgr550.com reports.
With just one catch this season, Easley isn't a key cog in the Buffalo Bills ' offense, but his absence this week does represent a hit the Buffalo's special teams corps.
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