Not expected to play after missing the last two games due to a hamstring injury suffered at practice. Dareus served a four-game suspension to begin the year and seems to be out of football shape. Replacing Dareus is Corbin Bryant.
For the first time since Week 2, Foster practiced fully. Good news that he is getting close to being 100 percent. Last week against the Steelers, Jay Ajayi dominated touches but that may have been due to Foster not being 100 percent. Even if Foster gets a bigger share of the workload he isn't a good start against a Bills defense that is playing well.
Bauer left his ALCS start after the stitches opened up on his pinkie and was given the remainder of the series to heal. As the Tribe awaits the outcome of the Cubs/Dodgers series, Bauer is getting extra time off and should be good to go once the Series begins.
Williams continues to deal with his knee issues and will take a seat for Week 7 against the Patriots. Not that it matters as Le'Veon Bell owns this backfield again so Williams fantasy value is limited to handcuff status. Look for Fitzgerald Toussaint to serve as Bell's primary back-up.
Wheaton hasn't practiced all week after missing Week 6 with his shoulder ailment and will now miss his fourth game of the season. With the emergence of Sammie Coates and Eli Rodgers, it seems unlikely that Wheaton will ever be worthy of a roster spot in leagues of 12 teams or fewer.
Here's the official rule out. Vernon Davis will likely line up as the Redskins primary tight end and instantly becomes a worthy option as the Lions pass defense ranks 31st in the league and they rank 23rd in the league against the tight end position.
As reported earlier, Dorsett is considered week-to-week with his hamstring injury and the Colts will re-evaluate his condition following their Week 7 game in which he will not play. Regardless of his declaration that he will return in Week 8, he is barely worth holding onto in any format with 12 teams or fewer.