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Players already ruled out for Week 5

Be sure you have replacements on your fantasy team for these players who will not be playing Sunday:

  • Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch
  • Bills RB LeSean McCoy
  • Bills RB Karlos Williams
  • Jaguars WR Marqise Lee
  • Redskins TE Jordan Reed

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Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

WR Jacoby Jones (ankle) and safety Jahleel Addae (ankle) were listed as limited participants on Friday's injury report for the Chargers. Coach Mike McCoy said the two ankle injuries are similar. LT King Dunlap (concussion), LG Orlando Franklin (ankle), WR Stevie Johnson (hamstring) and CB Craig Mager (hamstring) did not practice.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

The Seahawks have ruled RB Marshawn Lynch out for Sunday's game against the Bengals with a hamstring injury. The move comes as a bit of a surprise considering Lynch was a limited practice participant Thursday. It's the first time since Lynch joined the Seahawks that he'll miss back to back games. Expect Thomas Rawls to carry the load against Cincinnati.

Marshawn Lynch to miss 2nd straight game

A hamstring injury will keep the Seahawks' star RB out of Sunday's game against the Bengals. Lynch also missed Monday night's game against the Lions.


Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

The NFL has fined Bills DE Jerry Hughes for $23,152 for abusive language towards a game official and an additional $8,681 for head-butting a Giants player after a play in the Bills' 24-10 loss last Sunday.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers have listed S Sean Richardson as out for Sunday's game vs. the Rams. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel just reported that his neck injury is potentially season-ending, if not career-ending.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Saints RB Khiry Robinson was fined $8,681 for his touchdown celebration, using the ball as a prop vs. Cowboys.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Veteran CB Tarell Brown is expected to be ready for normal duty for the Patriots on Sunday vs. the Cowboys. After being limited in practice on Wednesday and Thursday because of his foot, he was a full participant Friday and is listed as probable on the injury report. Brown opened 2015 as the starter opposite Malcolm Butler.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers cornerback Josh Norman was fined $8,631 by the NFL for using the football as a prop while celebrating his interception returned for a touchdown against Tampa Bay. Norman said he was told before the game by league appeals officer Derrick Brooks the celebration would be legal. But the Panthers were penalized 15 yards for unsportsmanlike conduct and now Norman has been fined. Wonder if he will appeal? At least Norman was named NFC Defensive Player of the Week for his performance.

Tania Ganguli ESPN Staff Writer 

Texans coach Bill O'Brien said Brian Hoyer will be the team's starter for Jacksonville. Asked if Hoyer could be the starter for the season, O'Brien said he is looking at this as a series of one-game seasons. Hoyer entered the game in the second quarter and threw for 312 yards and two touchdowns.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams DE Robert Quinn missed Friday's practice but with good reason: he and his wife added a baby girl to the family. Jeff Fisher said he told Quinn that was "more important than what we were doing." Quinn will play Sunday in Green Bay.

Bill Williamson ESPN Staff Writer 

Raiders will be without defensive starters TJ Carrie and Justin Ellis in Sunday against Denver. Key reserves Denico Autry and Taiwan Jones also out.

Mike Sando NFL Insider 

Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers have combined for 20 TD passes with zero INTs so far this season.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Senior NFL Writer 

Chargers are banged up but could get lift from talented corner Jason Verrett, whose foot injury is feeling better. He needed rest last week against Cleveland. Could be a game-time decision Monday night against the Steelers.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

Air horns, the Macarena and now this in Rams' preparation for Packers: LB Daren Bates going the method acting route to give offense a look at Clay Matthews during practice with a blonde wig and the No. 52 jersey. Defensive coordinator Gregg Williams on the look: "It didn't look really good on him. He battles looks anyway."

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Steelers LB Lawrence Timmons wasn't fined for his hit on Ravens WR Steve Smith, according to the NFL. Smith suffered four micro fractures in his back.

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Just 21 players have played 100% of their team's defensive snaps in 2015. Only 1 has also played >50% of special teams snaps: Eric Weddle.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers RT Bryan Bulaga (knee) wouldn’t say for sure whether he would return Sunday vs. the Rams, but it sure sounded that way. “From yesterday’s practice to today, I think everything went well. Nothing really happened today that gave me any alarm. But I’ve still got to work tomorrow, and we’ll see how it goes from there.”

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Remember A.J. Green's "slow" start a couple weeks ago? The Bengals WR could end up with his most receiving yards to start a season if he gets just 77 vs. Seattle on Sunday. The most he's ever had through his first five games is 493. He has 417 entering this Week 5 game.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots special teams captain Matthew Slater will wear these Sunday vs. the Cowboys as part of the NFL's breast cancer awareness campaign. "There are several women in my life who have been affected by breast cancer, and my wife being a woman's pathologist, she diagnoses breast cancer every day. The more awareness we can build, the more momentum we can build to finding a cure, that would be awesome. That's the reason I'm wearing the shoes."

Sando: Ranking the NFL's best kickers

Kickers are under more scrutiny than ever, so ESPN's Mike Sando picked out the top kickers in the game today. Kickers' rankings (Insider)

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Matthew Berry's Love/Hate Week 5

Eli Manning has been on a hot streak, tossing 7 TDs in his past 3 games. And with the 49ers coming to town, Berry believes it's a recipe for a handful of big plays vs. a team that has allowed the most 20-plus-yard plays this year. Love/Hate Week 5

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Broncos on upset alert?

Skip Bayless is sensing a possible upset for Sunday's Raiders-Broncos game, while Stephen A. Smith doesn't think Derek Carr will be able to handle the Broncos' defense.