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Timmy Jernigan Headshot

Jernigan recorded one sack and three tackles (one solo) in Sunday's victory over the Cowboys.

Jernigan's sack brings his season total up to 2.5. He had not recorded one since Week 2. The 25-year-old played just 30 defensive snaps (48.0 percent), which was behind 12 other players.
8:37 pm (EST)
Khalil Mack Headshot

Mack recorded four tackles (three solo) and a sack in Sunday's loss to the Patriots.

Mack and the Raiders' defense were victim to a red-hot Patriots' offense Sunday in Mexico City. However, he was able to get his first sack since Week 7 and now has 5.5 sacks on the year. Mack and defense will look to bounce back this Sunday against the Broncos.
8:36 pm (EST)
Duron Harmon Headshot

Harmon hauled in his second interception of the season during the Patriots victory over the Raiders.

Harmon logged just one solo tackle on the day, but he made the most of his 36 defensive snaps (49.0 percent) by intercepting opposing quarterback Derrick Carr late in the first quarter.
8:32 pm (EST)
Buddy Hield Headshot

Hield (ankle) is probable to play in Wednesday's game against the Lakers, James Ham of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.

This was the expected designation after Hield was able to put in a full practice Tuesday. If all goes as planned, look for Hield to take on his usual role off the bench on the wing, which should result in a few less minutes for the likes of Garrett Temple, Bogdan Bogdanovich and Malachi Richardson.
8:27 pm (EST)
Patrick Chung Headshot

Chung recorded a season-high nine tackles (8 solo) during Sunday's matchup against the Raiders.

Chung's previous high in tackles was eight (seven solo) in a Week 2 victory over the Saints. The veteran safety managed to do all his work across 68 snaps (92.0 percent). He will look to carry that momentum into Sunday's game against the Dolphins.
8:27 pm (EST)
Kyle Van Noy Headshot

Van Noy brought his season sack total up to four with a half-sack in Sunday's win over the Raiders.

Van Noy logged 64 defensive snaps (86.0 percent), which was the sixth highest total on the team. He finished the day with four tackles (two solo) to go along with his first tally in the sack department since he recorded two in Week 6.
8:23 pm (EST)
Marquis Flowers Headshot

Flowers notched four solo tackles in the Patriots' 33-8 victory over the Raiders.

Flowers previous season-high in tackles was two (one solo), which he recorded in week three. Heading into Week 11 he had just five tackles on the season. He did his damage Sunday on just 32 defensive snaps (43.0 percent).
8:21 pm (EST)
Shea Weber Headshot

Weber (lower body) won't play against the Stars on Tuesday night, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.

Weber's on pace for another solid stat line this season, as he has compiled 14 points and 60 shots on goal through 20 games. The Canadiens will deploy Brandon Davidson into their defensive rotation Tuesday. Even though we know the nature of Weber's injury now, it's difficult to project a clear timeline for his recovery at this point. The Canadiens travel to Nashville on Wednesday night, and that will be his next opportunity to play.
8:17 pm (EST)
Janoris Jenkins Headshot

Jenkins recorded five tackles (four solo), one pass defensed and an interception in Sunday's win over the Chiefs.

Jenkins had a crucial interception late in the fourth quarter of Sunday's contest that set up the Giants for a go ahead score. The Jackrabbit now has 31 tackles (27 solo), seven pass defensed and two interceptions on the year. He'll have a quick turnaround this week as he faces off against Kirk Cousins and the Redskins' passing attack Thanksgiving night.
8:17 pm (EST)
Vince Carter Headshot

Carter (illness) is officially listed as probable for Wednesday's game against the Lakers, James Ham of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.

Carter was a full participant in practice Tuesday after missing seven games with kidney stones, so it's not all too surprising that he's expected to play. A final call will likely be made following Wednesday's morning shootaround, but if all goes as planned, Carter should slot in as depth on the wing. That said, with an average of just 12.0 minutes per game this season, he'll remain off the fantasy radar.
8:08 pm (EST)
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