Latavius Murray (quad) officially did not practice today.
Murray is day-to-day, but he appears to be in real danger of missing the Divisional Round against the Buccaneers. We’ll see how the bruising runner is listed on the final injury report of the week when it’s out tomorrow.
John Wolford (neck) will not play in the Divisional Round.
Wolford is considered day-to-day with a stinger, but the Rams are playing it smart and ruling him out now. As expected, Jared Goff will start against the Packers on Saturday with a trip to the NFC title game on the line.
The Browns activated KhaDarel Hodge from the reserve/COVID-19 list.
It’s good to hear Hodge can rejoin his teammates, and he’ll be available for this Sunday’s Divisional Round matchup in Kansas City.
Clyde Edwards-Helaire (ankle/hip) was officially limited in today’s practice.
Edwards-Helaire still isn’t quite 100%, but a limited practice to start the week is a good sign ahead of the Divisional Round. The rookie runner was not placed on injured reserve when he suffered the ankle/hip injury toward the end of the season, indicating the Chiefs feel good about him getting back on the field soon.
Sammy Watkins (calf) officially did not practice today.
This isn’t a great start to the week for Watkins coming off the bye, but hopefully the Chiefs are just taking things slow with the dynamic receiver ahead of the Divisional Round. Ideally, Watkins will be able to get on the practice field in at least a limited capacity tomorrow.
The Bills are signing Devonta Freeman to their practice squad.
Freeman was recently released off injured reserve by the Giants, and he lands in a good spot for a Bills team in the postseason. With Zack Moss unfortunately done for the postseason, it wouldn’t be a surprise if Freeman picks up the offense and works his way onto the gameday roster if Buffalo keeps advancing.
Zack Moss (ankle) is out for the rest of the season, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
Buffalo will unfortunately be without their 1B runner for the rest of the playoffs, so perhaps they will give Devin Singletary more of a featured role. In the regular season, Moss rushed 112 times for 481 yards and four touchdowns, also adding 14 receptions for 95 yards and another score. The Bills clearly being a pass-first offense will likely limit Moss to late-round appeal in 2021 fantasy drafts over the summer.
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