- The Kansas City Chiefs officially ruled out four players on Friday including DE Allen Bailey (knee), OLB Dee Ford (back), OLB Tamba Hali (knee) and Albert Wilson (hamstring).
Dolphins HC Adam Gase told reporters on Friday that “things are looking better” for WR Kenny Stills returning this weekend.
“Things are looking better than they were yesterday,” Gase said, via the Miami Herald. “Kind of got going into practice and wasn’t feeling right. So we pulled him out. Today, we’re just trying to get him feeling a little bit better. We’ll kind of see. We’ve got a couple of days still.”
- The Dolphins have four players listed as questionable for Week 11 including DE William Hayes (knee), RB Senorise Perry (knee), WR Kenny Stills (back) and S Michael Thomas (knee).
“We have a lot of caution with it,” Marrone said, via Jaguars.com. “You saw what happened Sunday. We were playing, and all of a sudden he rolled it. He came back and practiced. We’re just trying to be smart.”
Fournette put in limited practices on Wednesday and Thursday and is officially questionable for Week 11’s game against the Browns.
- The New England Patriots have officially ruled out C David Andrews, OL Marcus Cannon, WR Matt Slater and WR Chris Hogan for Sunday’s game against the Raiders.
- New England also lists WR Danny Amendola (knee), TE Martellus Bennett (shoulder, hamstring), DT Malcom Brown (ankle), DE Cashius Marsh (shoulder) and CB Eric Rowe (groin) all as questionable for Week 11.