Here are the top stories from Saturday:
Key injury updates for fantasy football in Week 15, featuring Calvin Johnson, T.J. Yeldon and more (by Stephania Bell)
Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick does it again, rallies Jets to another comeback win (by Rich Cimini)
Kellen Moore takes over at QB for Cowboys in place of Matt Cassel (by Todd Archer)
Rams use time off to visit wide receiver Stedman Bailey in Miami-area hospital (by Nick Wagoner)
From Mike Triplett's fantasy football mailbag, on whether Panthers receiver Ted Ginn Jr. is for real: "He is awfully tempting after the past two weeks (seven catches for 200 yards and four touchdowns). But Ginn's targets vary from week to week, and he has struggled with drops, even during this recent stretch."
Arizona linebacker Scooby Wright III declares for NFL draft after bowl win (by Kyle Bonagura)
From John Clayton's story on how the Jets managed to compete and rebuild at the same time: "New York Jets general manager Mike Maccagnan used a "Gang Green" approach to upgrade the team's starting lineup. He threw plenty of green (money) at the problem -- $179.33 million in free agency, to be exact -- and it worked."
From ESPN Stats & Information: Running back DeMarco Murray has played 29 percent of the Eagles' offensive snaps over the past two weeks, which ranks 52nd among all NFL running backs during that time. Murray played 54 percent of Philadelphia's snaps in Weeks 1 through 12.