COACHING MOVES - WEEK 10 INJURY UPDATE

As we prepare you for your Week 10 fantasy matchups, there are a ton of injuries to monitor through the weekend. Some news is good, and some not so good, but either way you need to be on top of your players' status as game time approaches on Sunday morning in order to set the best lineup possible. Here are some of this week's key injuries to note. And don't forget to double check injury status on Sunday morning!

COACHES' CRIB NOTES

• Calvin Johnson (ankle) missed the Lions Friday practice which is a bit concerning since the team just had a week off. He said he expects to play against the Packers, but fantasy owners should have a backup plan at the ready if Johnson can't go Sunday morning.

• John Brown (hamstrings) fooled a lot of fantasy owners back in Week 8 as he was listed as "active" but didn't play a single snap. Hopefully a week off was enough time for him to get healthy. Although he faces a tough Seattle pass defense his upside is just too high to leave on your bench.

• Emmanuel Sanders (ankle) will be a game-time decision according to Broncos coach Gary Kubiak. Apparently, Sanders had a tough time during Friday's practice session and wasn't able to do the things he wanted to do. He plays in a late-afternoon game on Sunday so fantasy owners need a late backup at the ready.

• It sounds like Allen Hurns will play against the Ravens on Sunday despite being in a walking boot earlier in the week. If he does play, fantasy owners need to start him in a great matchup against a Baltimore defense that has trouble stopping the pass.

• Latavius Murray is officially listed as probable against the Vikings after suffering a concussion in Week 9. Concussions can be tricky though, so his status is worth keeping an eye on for the Sunday afternoon games. If he is unable to play, Taiwan Jones would be in line for extra work.

• Teddy Bridgewater, like Murray mentioned above, suffered a concussion last week and is questionable for his game against the Raiders. Fantasy owners might not be starting Bridgewater, but wideout Stefon Diggs is the bigger concern here. If Shaun Hill ends up starting, Diggs' production could suffer.

• Marshawn Lynch (abdomen) was added to the Seahawks injury report late on Friday. It seems like he's been banged up all season, so this is not a good sign. He's officially listed as questionable, so hopefully you hung onto Thomas Rawls just in case.

• Austin Seferian-Jenkins has yet to be cleared to play Sunday, but we're hoping he can go. If he starts, he's worth a flier in season-long leagues and represents a much needed big-body for Jameis Winston to target opposite Mike Evans.