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Micah Parsons has fallen prey to an illness bug plaguing Dallas Cowboys all winter and missed practice Wednesday due to being designated with illness; therefore he remains questionable for Sunday's game against Philadelphia Eagles. Jalen Tolbert appears to be making strides toward returning to practice and may potentially be available for the Eagles game on Christmas Eve. Cooper Kupp Cooper Kupp, one of Los Angeles Rams' star receivers, may miss their Week 11 game against New Orleans Saints after suffering an ankle injury against Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. Kupp may miss several weeks due to this setback. Sean McVay announced Tuesday that 2021 AP Offensive Player of the Year Cooper Kupp is unlikely to return this season after suffering an ankle sprain when trying to catch an off-target pass from backup quarterback John Wolford during Los Angeles' loss on February 9. Since then he has not been able to practice. Kupp, 29, would need to be placed on injured reserve for him to return this season; given their subpar record and lack of playoff contention, however, this might not happen immediately. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that Kupp is expected to undergo surgery for his right high ankle sprain and be placed on injured reserve, potentially missing up to eight weeks of playback for both games against Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks respectively. Once Kupp is gone, Allen Robinson, Van Jefferson and Ben Skowronek will compete for low-value targets on an offense which ranks 30th in scoring and 31st in total yards without him on the sideline. However, second-year wideout Josh Reynolds may help alleviate any short-term effect from the loss of Kupp. Reynolds averages 7.8 yards per catch on 96 targets this season and has scored three touchdowns so far. That places him behind only Isaac Bruce and Torry Holt as Hall-of-Famer receivers among current Rams receivers in terms of yards, receptions, and touchdowns. By 2023 he should join their ranks but until then is best suited for dynasty formats or redraft leagues - becoming an elite fantasy option over time. He should rank among the top ten players at his position for most fantasy leagues. Ja’Marr Chase Ja'Marr Chase has been an integral component of the Bengals offense this season, both as the team's top receiver and an invaluable fantasy asset when healthy. Chase will draw plenty of targets against Buffalo Bills this week; recently, he caught eight of 11 targets for 79 yards during their win against Patriots last week; potentially breaking 1,000 yards this year could be within reach! Chase had difficulty staying on his feet during this game. He was hit several times, found it difficult to catch the ball, had some bad drops, and became embroiled in controversy with his ex-girlfriend after she posted some troubling messages online that claimed she has evidence to end his football career. Chase's injury is a huge setback for the Bengals. He has been one of the best playmakers in the league this year and it remains unknown for how long he will be out. Chase sustained hip damage against New Orleans Saints when he was tackled at an awkward angle; since then his injury has persisted, and it seems likely that Chase will miss all or part of next season. In case Chase cannot return, the Bengals will call up rookie Kwamie Lassiter II from their practice squad; but it is unlikely he can fill in for Chase for all of their playoff runs; since they have a bye next week and Chase may return in time to face Cleveland Browns in Week 14. Chase has proven himself as a valuable member of the Bengals in just his two seasons with them, showing a great rapport with quarterback Joe Burrow and ranking amongst the league's premier wide receivers. If healthy, he can become one of fantasy league's premier wideouts; otherwise he will miss him greatly by both fans and teammates alike. Michael Thomas In order to maximize their offensive potential in 2023, Michael Thomas must remain healthy. Since entering the league as a second-round pick in 2016, Thomas has quickly made an impactful mark under Drew Brees - even breaking Marvin Harrison's single season receiving record with 149 receptions a season later and earning himself an extension signed by New Orleans that may last as long as four years! Thomas may no longer play for the rest of this season as he has been placed on injured reserve with a dislocated second toe, according to head coach Dennis Allen at a press conference on Thursday. It appears unlikely that Thomas will play again as he attempts to rehab this injury. Allen informed reporters he does not yet have a definitive timeframe for Wideout's return, and may require surgery on his toe. That news came as a major blow to fantasy managers who relied on Saints star receiver this season; nonetheless, its status should be monitored closely as practices progress closer to game day. Injury has been a huge setback for the Saints this season. Already they have lost cornerback Marshon Lattimore and running back Alvin Kamara for the year while rookie wideout Chris Olave has taken his place as No. 1 wideout and performed admirably even without Thomas in their lineup. Thomas was limited but appeared to be making progress in his recovery from the toe injury during Thursday's practice, taking part in some drills but missing more demanding ones. On Friday however, he did not practice and may miss Week 13 against Bengals, meaning rookie wideout Marquez Callaway will likely become his replacement at receiving targets. Callaway already has had considerable action this season with 16 catches for 171 yards and three touchdowns to his name. Trevon Diggs Dallas defense has struggled in recent weeks thanks to Diggs' contributions, with only Pittsburgh remaining as a team with an inferior turnover margin this season. His absence will certainly be felt; fortunately however, Diggs' injury does not appear to be as serious; reports indicate it may only involve a fracture to his fifth metatarsal which should not require surgery or any major changes. Chidobe Awuzie remains out with a groin injury and Diggs will miss at least two weeks due to this circumstance. With such an offensive system relying heavily on passing plays, his return may come too late to make an immediate impactful statement about what needs to change or grow in Dallas. Cowboys coaches remain confident that Diggs can still play an integral part for them despite his injury, not least because of his top-rated defensive back status and ballhawk skills; second year defender also excels against run play while can be used in blitz packages. At 24 years old, 24-year-old Sam Copeland possesses strong natural instincts for retrieving the football in any fashion necessary. From press coverage or dropping into zone coverage - both options which he practiced at Alabama where he learned his trade - to covering some of the nation's premier wide receivers, Sam excels. Diggs has earned praise from his coaching staff for both his effort on the field and in-game preparation. A natural at man coverage, he doesn't mind bumping receivers out of bounds to stop them getting open. Diggs has had an outstanding performance this season, yet is unsatisfied with how Pro Football Focus graded him. On Twitter he criticized their rating as an unfair comparison with players guarding more top receivers than him.