Jacoby Glenn DB CHI (9) 1 hour ago
Glenn was waived by the Bears on Tuesday.
The Bears decided to part ways with the defensive back in order to free-up space to activate fellow defensive back Demontre Hurst from the practice squad. In seven games with the Bears this season, Glenn recorded 26 tackles, a forced fumble, and an interception. Only 23, he'll now look to find his way onto a team's roster or practice squad.
OUTNeal Sterling WR JAC (5) 1 hour ago
Sterling (foot) was a full participant in Tuesday's practice.
Sterling returned to the practice field on Tuesday and seems likely to play in Thursday's tilt with the Titans. The tight end hasn't played the past two weeks due to his foot aliment, but would likely serve in a reserve role on Thursday should he be cleared to play.
Chandler Jones LB ARI (9) 1 hour ago
Jones registered a sack, three tackles and a forced fumble Sunday against the Seahawks.
Jones was coming off a pair of quiet games, but he's now recorded a sack in five of his seven matchups on the season. In addition, he has a pair of forced fumbles, and he's putting together an excellent fantasy campaign. Despite averaging slightly more than three tackles per contest, he's an excellent weekly lineup option in IDP leagues.
QAaron Colvin DB JAC (5) 1 hour ago
Colvin (toe) was a full participant in Tuesday's practice.
The cornerback's full participation in practice is a reassuring sign he'll be ready for Thursday's tilt with the Titans, barring any major setbacks. If he is able to play Thursday, expect him to serve as a reserve option behind rookie Jalen Ramsey.
Lorenzo Alexander LB BUF (10) 1 hour ago
Alexander secured a sack along with five tackles Sunday against the Dolphins.
The 33-year-old linebacker continued his amazing season by getting to the quarterback in each of his seven games to give him nine sacks on the year. In addition, he's forced three fumbles and is averaging five tackles, and he's clearly thriving in head coach Rex Ryan's defensive system. He's been one of the truly elite fantasy producers this season.
Kyle Van Noy LB DET (10) 1 hour ago
Van Noy was traded to the Patriots on Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN.com reports.
Van Noy heads to New England as the main backup to Shea McClellin after Jonathan Freeny (shoulder) was placed on injured reserve a little over a week ago. The 26-year-old has logged 23 tackles in seven games this season with the Lions. He could see less snaps this week against the Bills as he learns the playbook and gets accustomed to his new team.
OUTDeMarcus Ware LB DEN (11) 2 hours ago
Ware (forearm) is expected to return to the practice field this week, Cameron Wolfe of the Denver Post reports.
Ware will attempt to get on the field for the first time since fracturing his forearm against the Colts in Week 2. The veteran linebacker's status for Week 8 is still in question, hinging on his participation in practice this week.
Derrick Morgan LB TEN (13) 2 hours ago
Morgan posted 1.5 sacks along with four tackles Sunday against the Colts.
After failing to record a sack in his first three games of the season, he's gone on a tear, resulting in 4.5 of them over his last three matchups. The seventh-year linebacker is on pace to break the 6.5 sacks that represents his career-high. However, since he only averages about two tackles per contest, he has an extremely low weekly floor, making him a high-risk fantasy option.
DeMarco Murray RB TEN (13) 2 hours ago
Murray was a full participant at Tuesday's practice for non-injury reasons.
The Titans are wisely lightening the practice workload for Murray, who's on pace for 318 carries and 62 receptions after logging 18-plus touches in each of the first seven games. He's been even busier since Derrick Henry was phased out of the offense, averaging 27 touches the past four weeks. Murray figures to continue dominating snaps Thursday against Jacksonville and into the coming weeks, as his combination of power, speed and passing-game skills makes the team hesitant to take him off the field. Should the Titans fall into a slump and out of playoff contention, it would be tough to justify this usage pattern in the final few games. Given the current state of the AFC South, the team does have a real shot to stay in contention through Week 17.
Frank Clark DL SEA (5) 2 hours ago
Clark recorded 1.5 sacks, a forced fumble and five tackles Sunday against the Cardinals.
After two quiet games, Clark got back on track with his second multi-sack performance of the season, bringing him to 4.5 on the year, and he's already surpassed his total from his rookie season in 2015. The second-year defensive end is now averaging slightly less than a sack per contest, and he's emerging as a quality fantasy option.