Eagles RB Miles Sanders told reporters Friday that ""I feel 100 percent. I'm ready to go."
The Eagles need their top running back after a brutal offensive showing last week. The only problem is that he gets to see Aaron Donald and the Rams' front seven. Sanders will be an low-end RB1/high-end RB2 coming off of his hamstring injury.
Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson missed his second straight practice due to a foot injury.
Carson was initially given a one to two-week timeframe to return to action, but he has apparently made enough progress that reports suggest that he will be a game-time decision against the 49ers. He will likely need to practice in some fashion tomorrow to avoid being ruled out, but if he can, expect the decision to come down to the wire. With Carlos Hyde also missing his second day of practice, rookie running back DeeJay Dallas could be in line to start for the Seahawks.
Buffalo Bills wide receiver John Brown logged his second full practice session in a row.
Brown appears to be a good bet to suit up this weekend, as it will likely take a setback to prevent him from being cleared to take on New England. His presence on the field will help open things up for his teammates and will hopefully be able to help the entire Bills offense bounce back from a disastrous showing against the New York Jets. Brown is currently our 65th ranked receiver for Week 8.
Chicago Bears star wide receiver Allen Robinson missed Thursday's practice due to a concussion.
Robinson is in the league's concussion protocol and will likely need to get in at least one practice session for the Bears to feel comfortable letting him play against New Orleans. Darnell Mooney should see a major target increase if Robinson is ruled out, with Anthony Miller also seeing his floor raised significantly. This is is a situation to monitor closely tomorrow. Robinson managers should start preparing contingency plans.