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Daily Fantasy Stock Report: Julio Jones returns to Falcons practice

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Falcons WR Julio Jones returned to practice today on a limited basis. Good sign to see him back out there already, but tomorrow’s practice will be his “full speed test” for Week 16. Signs are looking good right now for Jones, which is great news for much needed owners.

Like the tweet says, it’s most likely precautionary measures, but Mike Evans did not practice today after Sundays loss to Dallas. A date with the Saints is a dream spot for Evans, so owners are hoping he suits up for the finale.

Colts WR Donte Moncrief is working his way back from injury, and would be a nice addition to lineups against the Raiders defense. There are plenty of receiver options from the waiver wire if Moncrief is 100% and ready to go, but if he does get cleared, he can be a nice option.

Looks like the injury to Terrelle Pryor’s finger isn’t as bad as it looked earlier with the word “surgery” being thrown around. Playing a Cleveland offensive player in the league finals isn’t an ideal situation, but the option is there if need be.

Quick Hits:

  • Eagles RB Darren Sproles is back at practice Tuesday, meaning he’ll be good to go on Thursday night
  • Jets QB Bryce Petty is practicing again, meaning receiver Robby Anderson likely carries more value than Brandon Marshall. Sad!
  • Steelers RB DeAngelo Williams is believed to return for Week 16. Hopefully he’s not vulturing touches away from Le’Veon Bell
  • The Texans confirmed later in the day yesterday that Tom Savage will in fact start Week 16. Welcome back DeAndre Hopkins.

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