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J'Marcus Webb has been suspended for the first four games of the 2017 season, Field Yates of ESPN reports.


Webb has started 64 of the 80 games in which he's been active during his seven years in the NFL, but that fell to three of 10 contests in 2016 before the Seahawks cut him loose after Week 11. Now with a suspension looming, he'll likely be hard-pressed to find a landing spot throughout the course of the offseason.

Morgan Burnett (quadriceps) is expected to be available for Sunday's NFC championship game in Atlanta, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.


Burnett skipped the first two practices of the week, focusing his energy on rehabbing his injured quad, but he was listed as "limited" on the Packers' estimated injury report Friday. Although he remained questionable after Saturday's light session, he seems to have a good shot to suit up Sunday in his typical starting spot at strong safety.

Jordy Nelson (W, GB)

Jordy Nelson (ribs) is expected to be active for Sunday's NFC championship game in Atlanta, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.


Nelson took the field in a limited capacity both Wednesday and Thursday, before he was estimated as "limited" on the Packers' final injury report of the week. Despite the workload, the few routes he ran and passes corralled occurred without pads, suggesting that he wasn't cleared for contact. Like fellow wideouts Davante Adams (ankle) and Geronimo Allison (hamstring), Nelson remained questionable after Saturday's light session, meaning a cloud remains over the trio's potential to play in the upcoming do-or-die affair. One way or another, Nelson's availability will be confirmed upon the release of the Packers' inactive list at roughly 1:35 PM ET on Sunday, though how many snaps he can handle remains to be seen.

J.C. Tretter (knee) was placed on injured reserve Saturday.


Tretter underwent surgery earlier in the week to repair his right knee issue, so he had already been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Falcons. The Packers were able to promote wide receiver Max McCaffrey from the practice squad to their active roster Saturday as well.

The Packers signed Max McCaffrey from their practice squad Saturday.


A member of the organization since Dec. 20, McCaffrey has been promoted to the active roster due to a host of injuries within the receiving corps. There's a very real chance he's among the Packers' inactive list for Sunday's NFC championship game, but even if he isn't, he'll be hard-pressed to make his presence felt within the offense.

The Eagles have moved Taylor Hart from defensive tackle to offensive tackle.


Hart played in just one game last season, recording two tackles while playing along the defensive line. Late in the season the Eagles coaching staff decided to try him out along the offensive line and they were impressed enough to keep him there in 2017. He'll work with the offense starting in spring practices and look to carve out a larger role with the team next season.

Rob Kelley is already taking part in workouts following knee surgery earlier this month, Brian McNally of 106.7 The Fan DC reports.


CSN Mid-Atlantic learned Friday that Kelley underwent a procedure on his right knee after the regular season wrapped up. The developed likely stemmed from the sprained knee that afflicted him in Weeks 16 and 17, but now back in the saddle, he should be ready to roll well in advance of the offseason program, which kicks off in April.

Christine Michael (R, GB)

Christine Michael (back) was downgraded to questionable for Sunday's NFC championship game in Atlanta.


After avoiding the injury report all week, Michael has suddenly acquired a back concern, thereby placing his odds to play Sunday up in the air. If he's able to suit up, he could again play third fiddle to Ty Montgomery and Aaron Ripkowski in the rushing attack. However, injuries at wideout could force Montgomery to line up along the line of scrimmage, which would bode well for Michael's touch count, assuming he's active.

Robert Myers was signed by the Seahawks on Friday, Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times reports.


Myers, a 2015 fifth-round pick out of Tennessee State, will look to secure a spot on the Seahawks' offensive line throughout the offseason. His versatility is a plus, while the team may elect to try him out primarily at right tackle.

Sean Renfree

Sean Renfree signed a future/reserve contract with the Buccaneers on Friday, The Tampa Bay Times reports.


Renfree appears to have a legitimate path toward making the final roster in Tampa Bay, as 2016's No. 2 QB, Mike Glennon, seems destined to land elsewhere via free agency for a chance to earn a starting gig. In turn, third-stringer Ryan Griffin should bump up into the No. 2 role, clearing room for Renfree to secure No. 3 duties.

Ndamukong Suh (undisclosed) has pulled out of the Pro Bowl due to a minor procedure he has underwent, Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.


There is no word yet as to what the exact nature of the procedure was but it is not viewed to be a serious issue or one that will impact him for training camp.

Rob Kelley underwent knee surgery after the season ended, CSN Mid-Atlantic reports.


Although it isn't clear when Kelley went under the knife, it's certain that the procedure was a fix for the sprained knee he sustained in Week 16 against the Bears. He's already back on his feet and walking around, so the surgery shouldn't have any lingering effects that extend into the 2017 campaign.

C.J. Mosley recorded 92 tackles, zero sacks, and four interceptions en route to being named to his second-career Pro Bowl in 2016.


The third-year linebacker was an anchoring presence on one of the league's best run defenses this season, but his overall statistical output was uneven for IDP purposes. He failed to record a sack for the first time in his young career and his 92 tackles were a career-low. However, his four interceptions were a career-high and he came extremely close to recording the second touchdown of his career on a pick against the Redskins. While Mosley's 2016 production was far from elite as far as IDP linebackers are concerned, his proven track record combined with his youth (24 years old) suggest that he'll bounce back in 2017 and push for 100-plus tackles.

Shaq Lawson has undergone arthroscopic knee surgery since the end of the regular season, USA Today reports.


This procedure is completely unrelated from the injury that delayed the start of Lawson's rookie season last fall, as that issue solely concerned his shoulder. In fact, this surgery appears to have been minor in nature considering the 2016 first-rounder isn't expected to miss any part of the Bills' offseason program.

Nick Boyle caught all six of his targets for 44 yards in 2016.


A 10-game suspension for a positive performance-enhancing drug test took a bite out out Boyle's second season and kept him in a limited role once he was reinstated. He was primarily used as a blocker to help in the run game, but he did catch everything thrown his way. Through 17 career games, Boyle has hauled in an impressive 24 of 29 (82.7 percent) of his targets. While Boyle is clearly valuable as an in-line blocker in the run game as well as a reliable pass catcher, the Ravens' logjam at tight end presents a problem for his role in 2017. Dennis Pitta is already entrenched as one of Joe Flacco's favorite targets and veteran Benjamin Watson, who is coming off an Achilles injury, is expected to be a factor as well.

Aaron Rodgers (Q, GB)

Aaron Rodgers said Friday that he's dealing with a slight illness, NFL.com reports, but he does not have an injury designation ahead of Sunday's NFC championship game against the Falcons.


Mason Crosby missed Wednesday's practice due to illness and wideout Jordy Nelson (ribs) was told to stay home while sick Friday, so something's clearly going around Green Bay's locker room. Nonetheless, that bug isn't considered cause for concern, as Rodgers said that rest and fluids would help his system be fine in time for Sunday's kickoff. That sentiment is supported by Rodgers being absent from Green Bay's injury report, but the Packers will still certainly hope he returns to health as soon as possible.

Sammy Watkins underwent a second surgery on his left foot late last week.


While the Bills did not offer a precise timetable for Watkins' recovery, the procedure reportedly went well, and it's expected that the team's top wideout will be ready to participate in training camp this coming July. The bigger question mark at this time is who will be throwing to Watkins in 2017, as QB Tyrod Taylor's future in Buffalo is uncertain.

Darren Waller finished the season with 10 receptions on 17 targets for 85 yards and two touchdowns.


The Ravens had a logjam at tight end for much of the season, with Dennis Pitta serving as the only reliable contributor at the position on a weekly basis. Waller didn't make his season debut until Week 5 and didn't see his first targets until his fourth appearance. That said, Waller began to capitalize on his limited opportunities as the season wore on, snaring just under 60 percent of his targets and converting two of them for touchdowns. Although his target volume and overall production don't jump off the page, it's worth noting that seven of his 17 targets (41 percent) came in the red zone. While that isn't much of a sample size, it's worth comparing that to Pitta's red zone target rate of 10.7 percent. Waller has the size (6-6, 245) and testing numbers, which include a 4.46 40-yard dash and 37-in vertical jump, to make him a red zone threat in the Ravens' passing attack. Given that quarterback Joe Flacco will not have major targets Steve Smith and possibly Kamar Aiken at his disposal, Waller could have some deep sleeper potential in 2017.

Malcolm Mitchell (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's AFC championship game against the Steelers.


Mitchell, who last suited up Dec. 24, is "trending in the right direction this week," according to ESPN's Mike Reiss. Still, the rookie wideout remains a speculative fantasy play after missing time, not to mention that he's competing for targets behind top wideout Julian Edelman with Danny Amendola, Michael Floyd and Chris Hogan (thigh).

Geronimo Allison (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Sunday's NFC championship against the Falcons.


Allison didn't practice all week, but that didn't come as a surprise after coach Mike McCarthy outlined such a plan during his opening press conference this week. Despite that inactivity, the rookie is anticipated to be able to play through his hamstring ailment Sunday. However, with both Jordy Nelson (ribs) and Davonte Adams (ankle) also injured, the Packers enter Sunday's clash with more than one worry among their receivers, which makes their situation worth watching as kickoff draws closer.