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Jets release S Adrian Amos

Sat Dec 2 2:06pm ET
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The New York Jets are releasing backup safety Adrian Amos, multiple outlets reported Saturday.

The Jets signed Amos, a teammate of quarterback Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay, to a one-year $1.75 million guaranteed deal in June.

Amos, 30, had started every game over the past five seasons before signing with the Jets. He has played in all 11 games, starting three, but has taken part of just 34 percent of the team's defensive snaps.

In his previous eight seasons, he played at least 92 percent of the snaps seven times for the Chicago Bears (2015-18) and Packers (2019-22).

In 137 career games (125 starts), Amos has 659 tackles, six sacks, 10 interceptions, 49 pass breakups, three forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries.

With the Jets, he tallied 23 tackles and one pass defended.

Jordan Whitehead and Tony Adams are entrenched as the starters at safety for the Jets (4-7).

New York hosts the Atlanta Falcons (5-6) on Sunday.

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Evan Engram Dec 2 11:00pm ET
Evan Engram

Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Evan Engram faces the Cincinnati Bengals in a home Week 13 primetime showdown. Another week, another scoreless affair for the veteran who just keeps adding more targets to his league-leading 84 looks without a touchdown. Engram led the team in targets against the Texans which included two in the end zone, so the Jaguars are clearly looking for the athletic pass-catcher in scoring position. To further help his case, Cincy ranks 30th against opposing tight ends and just allowed Pat Freiermuth to put up 120 yards on nine receptions in his first full game since Week 4. Engram has a great chance to finally break his scoreless streak on MNF. Lock him into your tight-end slot this week.

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Travis Etienne Dec 2 10:50pm ET
Travis Etienne

Jacksonville Jaguars running back Travis Etienne Jr. takes on the Cincinnati Bengals in a Week 13 Monday Night Football showdown. The ACC's all-time leading rusher has been bottled up on the ground over the past three weeks, only managing 143 rushing yards at 3.3 yards per carry. The usually explosive back has only eclipsed the four YPC mark in three games this season. Regardless, Etienne is currently No. 3 league-wide in touches at the running back position and just received another 24 last week, so the volume remains high. Against a bottom-third rush defense at home as a heavy favorite, Etienne is in a great spot for a bounce-back effort. Note: Etienne is currently listed as questionable, but is expected to play. Make sure to closely monitor the injury report before the game.

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Christian Kirk Dec 2 10:50pm ET
Christian Kirk

Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Christian Kirk heads into a primetime matchup with the Cincinnati Bengals this coming Monday. The shifty receiver still leads the team in targets with 84, but has been overshadowed by his fellow wideout Calvin Ridley over the past two contests. Quarterback Trevor Lawrence seems to have found a groove, which is positive news for all Jaguars pass-catching options. The Bengals also rank in the bottom half of the league in both fantasy points allowed to wideouts and slot receivers, making Kirk a fine play this week. Consider him a strong WR3/flex in this matchup.

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Calvin Ridley Dec 2 10:50pm ET
Calvin Ridley

Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Calvin Ridley will face the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 13. The twenty-eight-year-old wideout was being pegged as one of the bigger busts in fantasy, sitting at WR41 through 10 weeks, but completely turned around his season after dropping 53 PPR fantasy points in the two past games. The former Falcon is one game away from earning NBA Jam fire status, and he's got a good shot to do it this Monday in primetime against the Bengals and their leaky secondary. Ridley has reached must-start territory for the first time since post-Week 1.

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Trevor Lawrence Dec 2 10:40pm ET
Trevor Lawrence

Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence faces the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday Night Football in Week 13. The young quarterback has been a letdown for fantasy managers thus far but has caught fire the past two weeks, finishing as the QB1 and QB6. Having Zay Jones back in the lineup seems to have opened some things up on the offensive end for Lawrence, who now has over 600 passing yards and six total touchdowns in those two weeks. He now gets a Bengals team that has had the life sucked out of them due to the injury to Joe Burrow, and just let Kenny Pickett throw for the second-most yards of his career. Lawrence should be a solid option even in all formats this week at home.

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Darnell Savage Dec 2 9:30pm ET
Darnell Savage

Green Bay Packers safety Darnell Savage (calf) has been activated from the injured reserve ahead of the Week 13 matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs. Savage has been out since Week 7 after he suffered a calf strain. His return is good news for the Packers defensive unit heading into this tough matchup. The expectation is that Savage will resume his normal role on defense and won't be limited during Sunday's game.

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Chris Conley Dec 2 9:30pm ET
Chris Conley

San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Chris Conley has been elevated from the practice squad ahead of the Week 13 matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles. The veteran wideout has only made two appearances with the 49ers this season. He was barely involved, playing a total of 16 snaps during those games. His promotion to the active roster means the 49ers are likely going to be without Ray-Ray McCloud (ribs) for Sunday's game. The expectation is that Conley will serve as depth and won't be worth a look in fantasy formats.

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Noah Brown Dec 2 9:20pm ET
Noah Brown

Houston Texans wide receiver Noah Brown (knee) is considered questionable ahead of the Week 13 matchup against the Denver Broncos. Despite that, Brown is expected to suit up for this game. He has missed each of the last two games due to a knee contusion. The expectation is he'll likely test out his knee in warmups before the final decision is made. Before going down, Brown had 13 receptions for 325 yards and a touchdown over his last two games. If active, Brown could have some flex appeal for this upcoming game.

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David Moore Dec 2 7:13pm ET
David Moore

Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Ryan Miller and WR David Moore were elevated from the practice squad to the active roster Saturday, Dec. 2.

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James Robinson Dec 2 6:50pm ET
James Robinson

Green Bay Packers running back James Robinson has been elevated from the practice squad ahead of the Week 13 matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs. The Packers are going to be without Aaron Jones (knee) and Emmanuel Wilson (shoulder) for Sunday's game. The move to bring up Robinson gives the Packers depth behind AJ Dillon and Patrick Taylor. This is mainly a depth move, so it seems unlikely that Robinson is going to have a significant impact. Fantasy managers can expect a bigger workload for Dillon this weekend with Taylor and Robinson possibly mixed in for a few snaps.

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Bruce Irvin Dec 2 6:43pm ET
Bruce Irvin

Detroit Lions DT Quinton Bohanna and LB Bruce Irvin were elevated from the practice squad to the active roster Saturday, Dec. 2.

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Marquez Callaway Dec 2 6:40pm ET
Marquez Callaway

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Marquez Callaway has been elevated from the practice squad ahead of the Week 13 matchup against the Detroit Lions. The Saints are in need of wide receiver depth with Rashid Shaheed (thigh) and Michael Thomas (knee) both set to miss Sunday's game. The 25-year-old signed with the Saints roughly two weeks ago. He is set to make his first appearance since the 2022 campaign. Despite the injuries, it's unlikely that Callaway has a huge impact during this game. Fantasy managers shouldn't bother taking the risk with him.

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David Moore Dec 2 6:40pm ET
David Moore

Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver David Moore has been elevated from the practice squad ahead of the Week 13 matchup against the Carolina Panthers. Both Moore and fellow wideout Ryan Miller were elevated on Saturday. That means, the Bucs are likely going to be without Chris Godwin (neck) for Sunday's game. Moore has appeared in one game for the Bucs and is unlikely to have a significant impact. Instead, Mike Evans, tight end Cade Otton, and running back Rashaad White should all see more involvement if Godwin sits out.

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Brandon Johnson Dec 2 6:30pm ET
Brandon Johnson

Denver Broncos wide receiver Brandon Johnson (hamstring) has been activated from the injured reserve on Saturday. Johnson has been sidelined since Week 8, but appears ready to get back on the field. Before going down, Johnson had eight receptions, for 122 yards, and three touchdowns. The expectation is that he'll slide behind Marvin Mims Jr. on the depth chart. It's uncertain what kind of role Johnson is going to have during his first game back. That being said, Johnson won't be worth a look in most fantasy formats for the Week 13 matchup against the Houston Texans.

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Malik Cunningham Dec 2 6:20pm ET
Malik Cunningham

New England Patriots quarterback Malik Cunningham has been elevated from the practice squad ahead of the Week 13 matchup against the Los Angeles Chargers. The Patriots are shaking it up and starting Bailey Zappe during Sunday's game. However, the coaching staff has mentioned they've put together a package of plays for Cunningham. The expectation is that Cunningham will get a handful of snaps and mainly be used as a runner. For fantasy purposes, both Zappe and Cunningham can be ignored this week.

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Tank Dell Dec 2 6:20pm ET
Tank Dell

Houston Texans wide receiver Tank Dell (calf) is currently listed as questionable for the Week 13 matchup against the Denver Broncos. Despite that, Dell is expected to play this week, which is great news for the Texans offense. Head coach DeMeco Ryans has expressed confidence that Dell will be able to suit up for this game. The rookie wideout could be in for a big game with tight end Dalton Schultz (hamstring) already ruled out. If active, Dell should be considered a low-end WR1 for this game.

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Chris Conley Dec 2 3:33pm ET
Chris Conley

San Francisco 49ers WR Chris Conley and S Erik Harris were elevated from the practice squad for Week 13 on Saturday, Dec. 2.

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Nico Collins Dec 2 3:00pm ET
Nico Collins

Houston Texans wide receiver Nico Collins is a must-start in fantasy in Week 13 against the Denver Broncos. Collins is coming off a strong performance in Week 12, catching seven passes for 104 yards and one touchdown. The young wideout has now totaled at least seven catches and 65-plus receiving yards in back-to-back games for the first time this year. Even if All-Pro cornerback Patrick Surtain II shadows Collins this weekend, the Texans wideout should still see plenty of opportunities in a game that has the second-highest over/under (47) of Week 13.

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Brevin Jordan Dec 2 3:00pm ET
Brevin Jordan

Houston Texans tight ends Brevin Jordan and Eric Saubert will see bigger roles in Week 13 against the Denver Broncos with Dalton Schultz (hamstring) already ruled out for the contest. Jordan will likely fill in as Schultz's replacement on Sunday, while Saubert will act as the TE2 for Houston. Both tight ends have a great matchup in Week 13 against a Broncos secondary that is giving up the most fantasy points per game to tight ends this season. Jordan should have more of an impact in this game but should only be started in deep formats or tight end premium leagues.

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C.J. Stroud Dec 2 2:50pm ET
C.J. Stroud

Houston Texans quarterback C.J. Stroud is a strong fantasy option in Week 13 against the Denver Broncos. Stroud did land on the injury report earlier in the week with a thigh issue but managed to practice in full on Wednesday. He should have no limitations on Sunday against a Broncos defense that is giving up the 11th most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks this season. Denver has been better at defending the pass over the past couple of weeks. However, Stroud is playing at an MVP level right now. He's finished as a top-10 fantasy quarterback in three of the last four games, making him a must-start in Week 13.

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