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  • Chris Moore WR | TEN

    Titans' Chris Moore: One catch in overtime loss

    Moore recorded one reception for 12 yards in Sunday's 31-28 overtime loss to Indianapolis.

    Moore logged a snap rate above 60 percent for the fourth consecutive game, though it translated to only target. He has logged multiple targets in three of his last five games but has topped 40 yards only twice in that span.

  • Josh Pederson TE | JAC

    Jaguars' Josh Pederson: Added to active roster

    Pederson was elevated from the Jaguars' practice squad Monday, Demetrius Harvey of The Florida Times-Union reports.

    Pederson's elevation comes with Luke Farrell (toe) and Brenton Strange (foot) both questionable for Monday's game against the Bengals. The 26-year-old, who happens to be head coach Doug Pederson's son, has spent time with the 49ers, Chiefs and Saints previously, but he's yet to make his NFL debut.

  • Tank Dell WR | HOU

    Texans' Tank Dell: Out for season

    Coach DeMeco Ryans confirmed Monday that Dell will miss the remainder of the season after undergoing surgery on the broken fibula he suffered in Sunday's 22-17 win over the Broncos, Ben Arthur of Fox Sports reports.

    Dell finishes his rookie season with 47 catches for 709 yards and seven touchdowns on 75 targets in 11 games. He also had 51 rushing yards on 11 attempts. Dell and C.J. Stroud were on pace to challenge all-time production records for a rookie quarterback-receiver duo, so Dell's future remains bright if he can make a full recovery, but his absence for the remainder of the season will complicate the 7-5 Texans' path to the playoffs. Noah Brown, John Metchie and Robert Woods will likely all see increased usage in Dell's absence.

  • Pat Freiermuth TE | PIT

    Steelers' Pat Freiermuth: Regresses in loss

    Freiermuth caught three of five targets for 29 yards in Sunday's 24-10 loss to the Cardinals.

    Freiermuth came back down to earth after posting his first career 100-yard performance against the Bengals in the previous game. Starting quarterback Kenny Pickett hurt his ankle in the first half against Arizona, and Freiermuth couldn't get on the same page with backup Mitch Trubisky. With Pickett expected to remain sidelined Thursday against New England, Freiermuth will likely have Trubisky throwing to him again in Week 14.

  • Steelers' Minkah Fitzpatrick: Should play through injury

    Fitzpatrick (hand) was a full participant on the Steelers' estimated practice report Monday, Teresa Varley of the team's official site reports.

    Fitzpatrick fractured his hand Sunday against the Cardinals in the first half but remained in the game and never missed a snap. Considering he was able to play through the injury, even if the practice report is just an estimate, it appears the star safety should be able to suit up against the Patriots on Thursday and not miss any time.

  • Titans' Nick Westbrook-Ikhine: Targeted three times

    Westbrook-Ikhine recorded one reception on three targets for 28 yards in Sunday's 31-28 overtime loss to the Colts.

    Westbrook-Ikhine finished as the fourth-most targeted pass catcher in the Tennessee offense, most notably behind Chigoziem Okonkwo. He now has only one catch in five of his last six games while topping 30 yards twice in that span.

  • Mark Robinson LB | PIT

    Steelers' Mark Robinson: Has career day vs. Cardinals

    Robinson recorded eight tackles (four solo) in Sunday's 24-10 loss versus the Cardinals.

    Robinson's tackle total in Week 13 was the highest of his young career, and Sunday was the first time this season he's managed more than four tackles. He will probably continue to see regular playing time with Cole Holcomb (knee) and Kwon Alexander (Achilles) out the rest of the season.

  • Alex Highsmith LB | PIT

    Steelers' Alex Highsmith: Gets back into sack column

    Highsmith recorded eight tackles (five solo), including 1.5 sacks, in Sunday's 24-10 loss versus the Cardinals.

    Highsmith's tackle total in Week 13 was a season high, and he registered in the sack column for the first time since Week 9 versus the Titans. He's had a down year compared to his fantastic numbers in 2022, but Highsmith and T.J. Watt still make for a formidable pass-rushing duo.

  • Kwity Paye DE | IND

    Colts' Kwity Paye: Two sacks in win

    Paye had two sacks and six total tackles in Sunday's overtime win at Tennessee.

    Paye now has a career high 7.5 sacks and 39 total tackles. He played on 53 of the defense's 85 snaps.

  • Will Mallory TE | IND

    Colts' Will Mallory: Two receptions in win

    Mallory had two receptions for four yards on four targets in Sunday's overtime win at Tennessee.

    A week after being a starter, Mallory was fourth among tight ends n playing time with 13 snaps on offense. All four tight ends (Kylen Granson, Drew Ogletree and Mo Alie-Cox) went on between 12 to 13 routes. It's hard to forecast any of the tight ends having a consistent role in the passing game as a result.

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