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Marqise Lee Headshot

Lee (foot) was a limited participant during Thursday's practice.

As has been the case for most of the season, the Jaguars are content to regularly manage Lee's practice reps to preserve his health, so his limited session Thursday shouldn't concern fantasy owners heading into the wideout's Week 15 matchup with the Texans. After being held to one reception for 13 yards in a loss to the Cardinals in Week 12, Lee has bounced back with 12 catches for 151 yards and a touchdown over Jacksonville's last two contests.
3:41 pm (EST)
Luca Sbisa Headshot

Sbisa will not be available against the Penguins on Thursday due to a lower-body ailment, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.

Sbisa -- who previously was sidelined for seven games with a lower-body malady -- will once again be stuck in the press box. It is not entirely clear if this is a new injury or a recurrence of the previous one. Jon Merrill will slot into the lineup in Sbisa's stead.
3:41 pm (EST)
Meyers Leonard Headshot

Leonard (illness) will play in Friday's game against the Magic, Casey Holdahl of Blazers.com reports.

Leonard was only available for Wednesday's game in Miami in an emergency situation, but he appears to have put the bug he was battling behind him in time for the weekend. Leonard will likely return to his spot as the starting center unless Jusuf Nurkic (ankle), who is listed as questionable, is able to return.
3:40 pm (EST)
Hunter Cervenka (L) Headshot

Cervenka was designated for assignment by the Marlins on Thursday.

Cervenka pitched in five games out of the bullpen for the Marlins last season, allowing eight earned runs off one hit and eight walks in 4.2 innings. The 27-year-old southpaw spent most of the year in Triple-A, where he accumulated a 4.58 ERA and 39:26 K:BB.
3:38 pm (EST)
Luc Mbah a Moute Headshot

Mbah a Moute has been diagnosed with a dislocated shoulder and will be reevaluated in one week, Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle reports.

An MRI performed on the shoulder earlier Thursday came back negative, so he's avoided any significant damage. That said, it's still a dislocation, so Mbah a Moute is going to miss some time while working through the recovery process. He was originally expected to return within 2-to-3 weeks, but it appears the Rockets will reevaluate him weekly with the potential to return earlier than that projected timetable. P.J. Tucker stands to benefit with more minutes off the bench at both forward spots, while Trevor Ariza could pick up some extra playing time as well.
3:36 pm (EST)
Ashton Sautner Headshot

Sautner was called up from the minors Thursday.

Sautner has notched three points in 21 outings for the Comets this season. While the defender was able to rack up points in the WHL, he has not translated that skill into the AHL, so fantasy owners probably shouldn't expect him to be an offensive powerhouse with the Canucks -- if he even cracks the lineup during his stint in the NHL.
3:35 pm (EST)
Alexander  Kerfoot Headshot

Kerfoot (lower body) won't be ready in time for Thursday's game against the Panthers, Adrian Dater of BSN Denver reports.

Colorado's skilled rookie will be held out for a second consecutive contest, which is particularly unfortunate because Kerfoot performed well against them in Florida last Saturday, connecting for an even-strength goal on his only shot in a 7-3 road victory. He remains day-to-day ahead of Saturday's home tilt versus the Lightning.
3:35 pm (EST)
Michael Broadway (R) Headshot

Broadway agreed to a minor-league contract with an invitation to spring training with Kansas City on Thursday, Jerry Crasnick of ESPN.com reports.

Broadway began the 2017 season with Washington, but agreed to a minor-league deal with the Rays after being released by the Nationals in June. He faired extremely well with Triple-A Durham during his six appearances -- posting a 0.60 ERA and 0.47 WHIP over 15 innings -- which was a stark contrast to his time with Washington's Triple-A squad. The 30-year-old last competed in the majors with San Francisco in 2016, and will look to earn a roster spot with the Royals come the spring.
3:34 pm (EST)
Jerick McKinnon Headshot

McKinnon (shoulder) practiced in full Thursday.

Since Dalvin Cook suffered a torn ACL in Week 4, McKinnon has averaged 76.9 yards per game from scrimmage and scored five total touchdowns across nine outings. That said, McKinnon hasn't surpassed 60 scrimmage yards in five consecutive contests. After a brief reduction in reps Wednesday, he returned Thursday without limitations, setting himself up to take advantage of the Bengals' 19th-ranked defense Sunday.
3:34 pm (EST)
Jason Pierre-Paul Headshot

Pierre-Paul (finger) was a full participant in Thursday's practice.

Pierre-Paul's status was cloudy heading into the Week 14 loss to the Cowboys while he managed the finger issue, but he ultimately suited up and recorded five tackles while playing 52 snaps. The fact that the defensive end was able to put in a full practice Thursday suggests his availability is less of a question mark for Sunday's game against the Eagles. Pierre-Paul could have better luck at ending his two-game sackless streak with Nick Foles set to make his first start of 2017 for the Eagles after the more mobile Carson Wentz suffered a season-ending knee injury last week.
3:31 pm (EST)
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