NFL PLAYER NEWS
Matt Bryant (hamstring) active for Atlanta in Week 11
Atlanta Falcons kicker Matt Bryant will play on Sunday in the team's Week 11 game against the Dallas Cowboys.
Bryant has missed the past few weeks, and Giorgio Tavecchio has filled in admirably for him. But with Bryant back, Tavecchio will be inactive.
Our models project Bryant for 1.9 field goals made on 2.2 attempts, 2.5 extra points made on 2.6 attempts, and 9.3 FanDuel points.
Marvin Jones (knee) inactive for Detroit in Week 11
Detroit Lions wide receiver Marvin Jones will not play on Sunday in the team's Week 11 game against the Carolina Panthers.
This will be the second consecutive absence for Jones, leaving the Lions receiving corps rather decimated with Golden Tate in Philadelphia.
In nine games this season, Jones has 35 catches for 508 yards and five touchdowns.
Torrey Smith (knee) out for Carolina in Week 11
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Torrey Smith will not play on Sunday in the team's Week 11 game against the Detroit Lions.
Smith has been out since before Week 8, and he doesn't seem particularly close to making his return. Devin Funchess and D.J. Moore will continue to see the majority of the targets.
In six games this season, Smith has 16 catches for 171 yards and two touchdowns.
Tajae Sharpe (ankle) active for Titans in Week 11
Tennessee Titans wide receiver Tajae Sharpe will play on Sunday in the team's Week 11 game against the Indianapolis Colts.
Sharpe had an injury scare at practice, but he's ultimately good to go in a big divisional matchup. Taywan Taylor is out, so Sharpe may be relied upon more heavily.
Our models project Sharpe for 2.2 catches, 36.0 yards, 0.3 touchdowns and 6.2 FanDuel points.
A.J. Green (toe) out in Week 11 for Bengals
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green will not play on Sunday in the team's Week 11 game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Green was considered a game-time decision, but he was ultimately ruled out. However, him being this close is a good sign as to his possible availability next week.
In eight games so far this season, Green has 45 catches for 687 yards and six touchdowns.
Steelers could use transition tag on Le'Veon Bell for 2019 season
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell could receive the transition tag in the offseason, according to ESPN.
Bell decided not to play under a $14.5 million franchise tag this year, but he could be in a similar position next season as well. Of course, a team could give him an offer sheet under the rules of the transition tag, and Pittsburgh would then be forced to match it or let him go.
In 15 games last season, Bell had 1,291 rushing yards, 85 catches for 655 receiving yards, and 11 total touchdowns.
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