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Source: Eagles WR Jeffery (foot) out for season
The Eagles will be without wide receiver Alshon Jeffery for the rest of the season due to a foot injury suffered Monday night, a source confirmed to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Right tackle Lane Johnson is week-to-week with an ankle injury.[read more]

Lamar (quad) says he's playing Thursday night
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson said he feels good and plans to play Thursday night, despite a quad injury that has limited him in practice.[read more]

Source: NFL salary cap to climb up to $201.2M
The NFL expects its 2020 salary cap to be within the range of $196.8 million and $201.2 million, marking the seventh straight season the cap is projected to climb more than $10 million per club from year to the next.[read more]

Ankle injury ends season for Lions WR Jones
The Detroit Lions have placed WR Marvin Jones Jr. on season-ending injured reserve with an ankle injury.[read more]

Bell brushes off bowling trip, says he rolled a 251
Le'Veon Bell said Tuesday that although he wishes he wasn't seen bowling in public last Saturday night, he doesn't "feel bad about what I did," joking that he bowled a career-high 251 "coming off the flu."[read more]

Ryan Tannehill, Anthony Miller among streaming options for Week 15
We have suggestions to plug any holes in your lineup.[read more]

Source: Bucs don't expect Evans to return in '19
Mike Evans, who is third in the NFL with 1,157 receiving yards, isn't expected to return this season after suffering a pulled hamstring in the Bucs' win over the Colts on Sunday.[read more]

Fantasy intel for all 32 NFL teams ahead of Week 15
From Chris Carson to Michael Gallup, Mike Clay has the info you need to make fantasy football decisions for Week 15.[read more]

Pats' Belichick: We don't knowingly cross the line
Patriots coach Bill Belichick said he "didn't have anything at all to do" with the team's videographer who was caught taping the Cincinnati sideline during Sunday's game.[read more]

Was Saints' 48-point defensive meltdown a blip or reason to worry?
The body of work suggests it isn't time to panic just yet.[read more]