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Redskins RB Clinton Portis is "doubtful" for Sunday's matchup -vs- DEN according to head coach Jim Zorn.
If you didn't trade Portis already, it might be too late. If you can get decent value for him pull the trigger.
Raiders RB Darren McFadden (knee) practiced Monday and is on track to return this week.
McFadden has been out since being injured in Week 4. He's a decent FLEX option this week at best.
Bengals WR Chris Henry is out for the season with broken bones in his left forearm.
Give Laveranues Coles and Andre Caldwell a slight boost in value from here on out.
The Kansas City Chiefs released RB Larry Johnson.
Ryan Moats will start at RB for the Texans according to ESPN.
Steve Slaton will spell Moats on passing downs and Chris Brown will handle short yardage duties.
The following players were limited in practice all week, but are expected to start on Sunday:
Cardinals WR Anquan Boldin (ankle) did not participate in practice on Thursday. Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt has hinted at sitting Boldin all week.
Raiders RB Darren McFadden (knee) practiced in full on Wednesday. The Raiders are on a bye this week, and its looking like they will have McFadden for Week 10.
There's no word out of Oakland on whether McFadden will start upon his return. Its worth noting that neither Justin Fargas or Michael Bush have run away with the starting job during his absence.
Lions WR Calvin Johnson (knee) and RB Kevin Smith (shoulder) were both at Lions practice Thursday.
Each player is better off with each other in the lineup. If they start against SEA, Johnson is a solid WR1 and Smith is a strong RB2 this week.