Patriots' Brandon Bolden: Listed as questionable
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(5:05 pm ET) Bolden (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's AFC championship game against the Steelers.

Though Bolden is a core special-teamer for the Patriots, his fantasy value is minimal given that he is behind fellow RBs LeGarrette Blount, Dion Lewis and James White in the team's backfield pecking order.


Steelers' Fitzgerald Toussaint: Listed as questionable for AFC title game
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(4:45 pm ET) Toussaint (concussion) is listed as questionable for Sunday's AFC championship game.

Though listed as a full practice participant all week, Toussaint nonetheless draws a questionable designation in advance of Sunday's contest. In any case, Toussaint's availability is of minor fantasy import, with veteran DeAngelo Williams also in the team's backfield mix behind top option Le'Veon Bell.


Steelers' Le'Veon Bell: Misses practice Thursday
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(1/19/2017) Bell missed practice Thursday for personal reasons, ESPN's Jeremy Fowler reports.

Though Bell also missed practice Wednesday, Fowler relays that coach Mike Tomlin indicated that the running back's absence won't affect either his preparation or status for Sunday's AFC Championship game against the Patriots.


Patriots' Brandon Bolden: Listed as limited Wednesday
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(1/18/2017) Bolden (knee) was limited at practice Wednesday.

Bolden is a core special-teamer for the Patriots, but he's decidedly behind fellow RBs LeGarrette Blount, Dion Lewis and James White in the team's offense.


Steelers' Fitzgerald Toussaint: Practices fully Wednesday
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(1/18/2017) Toussaint (concussion) practiced fully Wednesday.

With undisputed starter Le'Veon Bell clearly the top option in the Pittsburgh backfield, Toussaint's availability for Sunday's AFC Championship game is of minor fantasy import, with veteran DeAngelo Williams also in the team's RB mix.


Falcons' Devonta Freeman: Totals 125 yards in divisional round win
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(1/17/2017) Freeman totaled 125 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's divisional round win over the Seahawks.

Freeman ran for 45 yards and a touchdown and hauled in four receptions for 80 yards in a break out game against Seattle. Although Tevin Coleman was the more effective runner, Freeman led the team with 80 receiving yards. He'll need to have another big game if the Falcons hope to earn a Super Bowl berth when they face the Packers on Sunday.


Falcons' Tevin Coleman: Leads all rushers in playoff win
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(1/17/2017) Coleman ran for 57 yards on 11 carries and hauled in a touchdown reception in Saturday's playoff win over the Seahawks.

Coleman averaged 5.2 yards a carry on the ground and added three catches for 22 yards and a touchdown through the air. Paired with Devonta Freeman, the Falcons have a solid 1-2 punch at running back. Coleman will look to help Atlanta punch their ticket to the Super Bowl on Sunday against the Packers.


Chargers' Danny Woodhead: 'Ahead of schedule' in recovery
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(1/17/2017) Woodhead is "six weeks ahead of schedule" in his recovery from an ACL tear in his right knee, Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

As he approaches the four-month mark in his rehab, Woodhead has already progressed to cutting, which bodes well for his personal goal of full health by the start of the offseason program. Where he'll be situated in a few months remains to be seen, though, due to his upcoming unrestricted free agency. If the Chargers keep him around as a complement to workhorse RB Melvin Gordon, Woodhead will help lead the charge in their relocation to Los Angeles.


Broncos' Justin Forsett: Considering retirement
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(1/16/2017) Forsett will consider retirement in the offseason, Mile High Sports reports.

Forsett spent the 2016 campaign with three different organizations, beginning with the Ravens, then the Lions and finally the Broncos. While his age is becoming a red-flag, Forsett still looked to have something left in Denver and could make for a quality veteran addition to a team lacking depth at running back, should he choose to return for a 10th season.


Cowboys' Rod Smith: Signs futures contract with Cowboys
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(1/16/2017) Smith signed a futures contract with the Cowboys on Monday, ESPN reports.

Smith converted to a fullback role ahead of the 2016 campaign but never made it through the entire season in Dallas. He appears set to square off with Keith Smith for what will likely be one roster spot in the offseason.


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