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Can Aphrodisiac Foods Boost Mood And Metabolism? From Dark Chocolate To Oysters, Fact And Fantasy

Can eating certain aphrodisiac foods such as dark chocolate really spark your romance and even boost your weight loss? With Valentine’s Day just around the cooing corner, it’s time to separate fact from fantasy on foods such as dark chocolate and oysters, reports Reader’s Digest. When it comes to oysters, researchers have confirmed that they contain amino acids that kick-start ...

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Reggie Bush not practicing Thursday; fantasy status iffy for Week 8

Reggie Bush isn’t practicing on Thursday. We break down the fantasy implications. Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush is not practicing with the team on Thursday, according to Tim Twentyman of the team website. Bush is dealing with an ankle injury and his status is a downgrade from Wednesday, when he was a limited participant in practice. Unfortunately, it looks like ...

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Jonathan Stewart returns to practice; still not a strong fantasy option

Carolina Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart returned to practice on Thursday. We break down the fantasy implications. Carolina Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart returned to practice on Thursday, according to Steve Reed of the Associated Press. Stewart has been dealing with a knee injury that has cost him the last two games and a ton of practice. Starter DeAngelo Williams ...

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Vincent Jackson misses practice again; should play for fantasy owners on Sunday

Vincent Jackson missed practice again on Thursday. We break down the fantasy implications. Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Vincent Jackson missed practice on Thursday with an injury to his ribs, according to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times. Jackson missed practice on Wednesday as well, but there’s not a lot of evidence to suggest he’s in danger of missing the ...

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Brandon Marshall could be less than 100 percent for fantasy owners

Brandon Marshall admitted his ankle should cost him some time. We break down the fantasy implications. Chicago Bears receiver Brandon Marshall admitted that his ankle sprain from Week 4 was supposed to keep him out for four weeks. He did get some “special/new treatment” on his ankle after he faced the New York Jets in Week 3. The good news ...

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Ronnie Brown signs with Chargers, gains fantasy status

The Chargers have re-signed a familiar face in the wake of injury troubles in the backfield. We break down the fantasy implications. San Diego Chargers running back Ronnie Brown re-signed with the team on Tuesday, according to Michael Gehlken of U-T San Diego. Brown appeared in all 16 games for the Chargers last season and rushed for 157 yards and one ...

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Ryan Mathews could miss more time with injury; Branden Oliver worth a fantasy look

Ryan Mathews is still nursing a sprained MCL and could miss more time. We break down the fantasy implications. San Diego Chargers running back Ryan Mathews is dealing with a sprained MCL that has now forced him out of three consecutive games, and stands to force him out of a couple more, at least. Mathews is out “probably at least ...

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Jason Campbell, Brandon Weeden not cleared for practice; fantasy value already low

Neither Jason Campbell nor Brandon Weeden have been cleared for practice. We break down the fantasy implications. Cleveland Browns quarterbacks Jason Campbell and Brandon Weeden were both absent at team practice on Wednesday, and neither quarterback has been cleared to practice via the league’s concussion protocol, according to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Both quarterbacks have been cleared ...

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Percy Harvin isn’t practicing on Wednesday, still worth a fantasy stash

Seattle Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin did not practice on Wednesday. He is not expected to play against the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday. He’s been out for the entire season after suffering a hip injury in the offseason. Harvin was terrific last year before going down due to injury and he was miles ahead of every other receiver in yards after ...

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