Reopening Phase Orders Updated to Include 8 Additional Counties Moving to Green on June 19

first_imgTelework Must Continue Where Feasible Social RestrictionsStay at Home Order Lifted for Aggressive MitigationLarge Gatherings of More Than 25 ProhibitedMasks Are Required When Entering a BusinessIn-Person Retail Allowable, Curbside and Delivery PreferableIndoor Recreation, Health and Wellness Facilities and Personal Care Services (such as gyms, spas, hair salons, nail salons and other entities that provide massage therapy), and all Entertainment (such as casinos, theaters) Remain ClosedRestaurants and Bars May Open Outdoor Dining, in Addition to Carry-Out and Delivery (effective 6/5/2020)Green PhaseAfter a county transitions to the yellow phase, we closely monitor for increased risk, such as significant outbreaks. If overall risk remains mitigated for 14 days, we transition the county to the green phase.The green phase eases most restrictions by lifting the stay-at-home and business closure orders to allow the economy to strategically reopen while continuing to prioritize public health.While this phase facilitates a return to a “new normal,” it is equally important to continue to monitor public health indicators and adjust orders and restrictions as necessary to ensure the spread of disease remains at a minimum.Work and Congregate Settings RestrictionsContinued Telework Strongly EncouragedBusinesses with In-Person Operations Must Follow Updated Business and Building Safety RequirementsAll Businesses Operating at 50% Occupancy in the Yellow Phase May Increase to 75% OccupancyChild Care May Open Complying with GuidanceCongregate Care Restrictions in PlacePrison and Hospital Restrictions Determined by Individual FacilitiesSchools Subject to CDC and Commonwealth GuidanceSocial RestrictionsLarge Gatherings of More Than 250 ProhibitedMasks Are Required When Entering a BusinessRestaurants and Bars Open at 50% OccupancyPersonal Care Services (including hair salons and barbershops) Open at 50% Occupancy and by Appointment OnlyIndoor Recreation, Health and Wellness Facilities, and Personal Care Services (such as gyms and spas) Open at 50% Occupancy with Appointments Strongly EncouragedAll Entertainment (such as casinos, theaters, and shopping malls) Open at 50% OccupancyConstruction Activity May Return to Full Capacity with Continued Implementation of ProtocolsThe latest business guidance, including outdoor recreation guidance, can be found here.Preliminary sports guidance can be found here.Summer camp guidance can be found here.The Governor’s amended green phase order can be found here.The Secretary of Health’s amended green phase order can be found here.Ver esta página en español. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Press Release,  Public Health Governor Tom Wolf and Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine today signed amended green phase orders for the 8 counties moving to green at 12:01 a.m. tomorrow, June 19. The counties include Dauphin, Franklin, Huntingdon, Luzerne, Monroe, Perry, Pike and Schuylkill.With these orders effective at 12:01 a.m., tomorrow there will be 54 counties in green and 13 counties in yellow.Gov. Wolf’s Process to Reopen Pennsylvania includes details of each phase of reopening.Yellow PhaseAs regions or counties move into the yellow phase, some restrictions on work and social interaction will ease while others, such as closures of schools, gyms, and other indoor recreation centers, hair and nail salons, as well as limitations around large gatherings, remain in place.The purpose of this phase is to begin to power back up the economy while keeping a close eye on the public health data to ensure the spread of disease remains contained to the greatest extent possible.Work and Congregate Setting Restrictions Businesses with In-Person Operations MustFollow Business and Building Safety OrdersChild Care May Open Complying with GuidanceCongregate Care and Prison Restrictions in PlaceSchools may provide in-person instruction only in accordance with Department of Education guidance Reopening Phase Orders Updated to Include 8 Additional Counties Moving to Green on June 19 June 18, 2020last_img read more

Kiwi teens admit to ‘risky’ levels of binge drinking

first_imgNZ Herald 18 September 2016Family First Comment: This is why we lobbied for the drinking age to be raised.“…..early onset of alcohol consumption tends to increase the likelihood of regular and heavy use and has been associated with increased rates of violence and injury, unprotected sex, mental health problems, suicide, poorer educational outcomes and problem drinking later in life.”More than a quarter of Kiwi drinkers aged 15-17 say they downed eight or more drinks the last time they touched alcohol.New data released by Crown entity the Health Promotion Agency has analysed the consumption habits of 4005 youths “during their last drinking occasion”.Over half of those who admitted drinking were classed by the HPA as consuming alcohol at a “risky level” – with 28 per cent reporting between five and seven drinks and 27 per cent saying they drank eight or more.Ready to drink (RTDs) and beer were the most popular choice, with spirits the third most frequent drink type.Alcohol Healthwatch director Rebecca Williams says for people between 15-17 to be consuming eight drinks at a time is seriously concerning and puts them at risk of alcohol poisoning.“There are both short and long-term risks there. Obviously the immediate ones are they will be incredibly intoxicated, moving towards not being able to make any rational decisions about whether to continue drinking, how they get themselves home and who they go off with,” Williams said.READ MORE: http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11711201last_img read more

Scorpion renews awards for drivers with top win totals in each IMCA Modified, Stock region

first_imgOCALA, Fla. (Dec. 11) – Scorpion Racing Products makes winning pay off in two IMCA divisions again in 2015.The Ocala, Fla., high performance parts manufacturer and distributor gives a set of Race Series rocker arms to drivers with the most 40-point feature wins in each of the five regions for IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modifieds and in both Arnold Motor Supply regions for IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars.Drivers with the second through fifth highest win totals in each region all receive $100 product certificates.2015 will be Scorpion’s seventh year as a marketing partner with IMCA and third consecutive season as part of the national decal program for Modifieds. All Modified drivers are required to display two Scorpion decals in a designated location on their race car, and provide photographic proof of decal placement to IMCA to be eligible for national point fund shares. Photos can be emailed to Marketing Director Kevin Yoder at the IMCA home office (kyoder@imca.com). “Scorpion has been a great partner for the past six years and we’re excited about the early renewal for 2015,” Yoder said. “Solidifying our required decal placement is a top priority in the off season as racers are getting their 2015 wraps done earlier and earlier, so it is great that Scorpion has made that commitment.” Feature win leaders in the five Modified regions this season were Zane DeVilbiss in the West, 30; William Gould in the South Central, 24; Jordan Grabouski in the Central, 18; Chris Abelson in the North Central, 29; and Chris Fleming in the East, 28.Mike Nichols paced Northern Region Stock Car drivers with 32 checkers. Matt Guillaume led the Southern Region with 25 feature wins.The product line at Scorpion also includes lifters, pushrods, valves and valve springs, as well as fuel rail kits and throttle bodies.More information about those products is available by calling 352 512-0800, on Facebook and at the www.scorpionracingproducts.com website.last_img read more

A Swan for Europe

first_img Seventh place would be enough for Europa League qualification should Arsenal beat Aston Villa in the FA Cup final on May 30 and, although Swansea manager Garry Monk has expressed reservations about the demands of playing in Europe, Cork has no such concerns. “I would love to play in Europe,” Cork said. “Some people at the club might have different views after being in the Europa League last season as I know it was a bit stressful with a game on Thursday, flying back and then maybe flying somewhere else with a game on Sunday. “But I’ve never played European football and it would be a good challenge. “I would relish that and if we did do it I think we’ve got the squad to cope with it.” Swansea’s European ambitions still appear slim with the trip to Arsenal, the Barclays Premier League’s form team, preceding next weekend’s visit from Manchester City and a final day game at Crystal Palace. But 25-year-old Cork has special reason for hoping Swansea get as close to Southampton as possible after deciding to cut his ties with the Saints in January, even though he had been offered a new contract to stay at St Mary’s. The England Under-21 international made 115 league appearances in three-and-a-half years but he was asked to play further forward by Saints manager Ronald Koeman this season with Morgan Schneiderlin and Victor Wanyama filling the holding midfield positions. Swansea midfielder Jack Cork finally feels wanted – and now he aims to pay back former club Southampton by taking seventh spot and a place in Europe from them. Press Association He has settled in superbly at Swansea and played every game in his preferred defensive midfield role since joining the club. “Some people said it would be a step backwards but it wasn’t really about that for me,” Cork said. “It was about someone wanting me a bit more as it felt I wasn’t really valued at Southampton. “It was the right time to move and it was a great chance for me to come to a club that plays good football. “We have done well and I’ve played all the games since I’ve been here, so it does feel that I’m valued a bit more.” Cork has painful memories of his last appearance at Arsenal, when an ankle injury sustained there in December playing for Southampton put him out of action for six weeks and virtually brought the curtain down on his time at St Mary’s. “That was annoying as I was sort of getting back into the team,” Cork said. “I got back fit and was involved in a couple of games but that coincided with the time my contract needed sorting. “I had been speaking to the manager (Koeman) and he couldn’t guarantee certain things, we got a bit stuck and then the Swansea opportunity came. “We’ve had some good results against big teams, including getting the double against Manchester United, and Arsenal is another big game for us. “We don’t want to finish on a sour note in the last three games and it would be lovely if we could just nip in there and get seventh.” Cork swapped the south coast of England for south Wales three months ago in a deal worth around £3million when Southampton were flying high and set for a top seven place at worst. But Southampton suffered a fourth defeat in six games on Saturday, and Swansea head to Arsenal on Monday night knowing victory at the Emirates Stadium would take them to within one point of the Saints with two games remaining. last_img read more

CONFED CUP: Etoile’s Panenka Penalty Grounds Rangers in Enugu

first_imgPanenka is a technique used in penalty kick-taking in which the taker, instead of placing the ball to the right or left of the goalkeeper, gives a subtle touch underneath the ball, causing it to rise and fall within the centre of the goal, thus deceiving the keeper who may have opted to either side of the goalpost. The famous style was introduced by Czech player Antonin Panenka in 1976.Tunisian Iheb Msakni took the important penalty to double his team’s lead when Rangers’ goalkeeper, Nana Bonso was left stranded as the feeble kick sail slowly into the net and extended a frustrating day to the half filled crowd at the stadium.The result sees the Tunisian side at the top of the Group B with seven points from four games while Rangers are last on four points.It was a slow start to the match with both sides tentative in attack, but it sprang into life in the 19th minute when Maher Hannechi gave Sahel the lead after a clinical finish.Rangers took control of the match after that and dominated the possession stakes, but their decision in the final third resulted in very few decent scoring chances.In fact, despite have 61 per cent of the ball in the opening half, Rangers only managed one shot on target as the half ended 1-0 in favour of the visitors.The start of the second half saw the home side continue to dictate terms, but the wind was taken out of their sails when Etoile du Sahel doubled their lead after Iheb Msakni converted from the penalty spot in the 69th minute.The Tunisian side sat back in defence after that and seemed content to defend their lead.Rangers tried to attack, but much like the first half they were wasteful in front of goal as the match ended 2-0 in favour of Etoile du Sahel.Rangers will try to bounce back from this loss next weekend when they face Salitas of Burkina Faso on Sunday, March 10. Etoile du Sahel will also be in action on the same day away to CS Sfaxien. By Femi SolajaThe quest of Rangers International FC to revive their chance of reaching the knockout phase of the CAF Confederation Cup may have hit the rock following the 0-2 home loss to visiting Etoile du Sahel of Tunisia yesterday at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium in Enugu.The visiting team achieved the result in grand style with the famous Panenka penalty that gave them the second goal to extinguished any hope of the Nigerian side reaching the knockout phase of the second tier continental club competition. Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

MLAX : Red alert: Syracuse prepares to face stiff test against potent Cornell attack unit

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ John Desko hasn’t even discussed Rob Pannell with his team heading into Syracuse’s matchup with Cornell.That’s because Pannell, who entered the season as one of the top players in the nation, has been sidelined since he suffered a fracture in his left foot March 3. And the Orange head coach still sees a dangerous Big Red team.One that has lost just once all season, even without Pannell.‘You have to prepare knowing that he could possibly be there, that’s an option and we don’t know the status of his injury, so we just got to be prepared to play Cornell,’ Desko said. ‘If Pannell shows up, we’ll have a game plan for that, and if he doesn’t, then we’ve just got to be prepared with what we’ve seen on film these last few weeks.’The film has impressed Desko. Cornell is 6-1 since Pannell went down, embracing a team concept and remaining one of the most explosive offensive units in the country. The Big Red’s lone loss came to No. 1 Virginia in a 9-8 overtime defeat, and Cornell ranks sixth in scoring offense with 12.89 goals per game. With or without Pannell, Cornell will provide a tremendous challenge to No. 14 Syracuse’s (5-4, 2-1 Big East) defense when it travels to Ithaca to take on No. 5 Cornell (8-1, 4-0 Ivy League) at Schoellkopf Field at 7 p.m. Tuesday.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textCornell handed Syracuse its only defeat in the regular season last year, and Pannell led the way with six points. But Desko’s main focus is getting ready for the Big Red that has kept winning without the formidable attack.‘They are a team. I think they’ve shared it more (without) Pannell there,’ Desko said. ‘Everybody’s adjusted from the films I’ve seen, even the Virginia game when they lost by a goal, I think they were adjusting in that game and still only lost by a goal.’For Syracuse, the game Tuesday is a chance to build off a much-needed win over Princeton on Saturday after losing two straight. Desko said the Orange has an opportunity to add a quality win to its resume for postseason play.To earn the marquee win against a top-five opponent, SU defender Matt Harris said the team just needs to play with the same energy it did against the Tigers. The Orange flew all over the field Saturday, forcing Princeton into 19 turnovers.Syracuse relentlessly harassed the Tigers during Princeton’s clear attempts and offensive possessions. Harris said that aggressive mentality remains a focus for the Orange heading into its matchup with the Big Red. ‘We’re trying to do the same thing, try and trap a little bit and try and make one guy get the ball so we can double team,’ Harris said. ‘We have a very athletic defensive midfield and our attackmen can even ride as well, so we’re just trying to keep the same concepts, build on what we had at Princeton and go from there.’The Syracuse defense will need to disrupt Cornell’s offense for the Orange to pull off the upset on the road. Six different Big Red players have tallied at least 10 goals this season, spreading the ball around to a host of playmakers.That poses a challenge for freshman goaltender Bobby Wardwell, who will likely start in net after earning the win in his debut against the Tigers. Wardwell turned away nine shots Saturday, and he’s ready to see plenty of shots fired his way again Tuesday.‘They have a great attack, so that will be a little difficult,’ Wardwell said. ‘I think our defense can handle it, though. Obviously we have a great defense. Other than that I know they have a good goalie and just overall, they’re a good team.’And with another championship-caliber team staring it in the face, Syracuse aims to finally pick up an impressive victory after losing its previous three matchups with top-10 opponents in Virginia, Johns Hopkins and Duke.But the Orange knows it won’t be easy against a talented Cornell squad on the road. Even if Pannell remains sidelined.‘Rob’s a great player. He’s arguably the best player in college lacrosse,’ Harris said. ‘But it’s Cornell and they have great pieces waiting to sit behind him and come in, so it might be a little kink in their armor, but they’re still a top-5 team, and their record shows that.’rjgery@syr.edu Published on April 9, 2012 at 12:00 pm Contact Ryne: rjgery@syr.educenter_img Commentslast_img read more

USC receives grant for work in Ethiopia

first_imgUSC received a $200,000 grant from the Fogarty International Center of the National Institutes of Health to begin planning a new Global Environmental and Occupational Health hub in Ethiopia.Along with Addis Ababa University’s School of Public Health, the Department of Preventative Medicine at the Keck School of Medicine and the USC Institute of Global Health will spend the next two years working closely with their Ethiopian collaborators to plan a center that will investigate health problems stemming from environmental issues.The National Institute of Health is a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and gives out many research grants, whereas the Fogarty International Center specializes in partnering the U.S. and foreign countries to conduct research on global health.Jonathan Samet, director of the USC Institute for Global Health, is a co-principal investigator for the project along with Professor Kiros Berhane, who is originally from Ethiopia. Samet said the team had “been looking to develop collaboration in Ethiopia,” partly because of Berhane’s roots.The two have been applying for grants for about a year and a half now for funding to establish the first GEOHealth hub.The next year will be spent making trips to Ethiopia to collaborators there, holding a workshop for stakeholders and identify what the high-priority projects are.“By the middle of year one we will put together a grand proposal to establishing the full GEOHealth hub,” Berhane said.In the second year of grant funding, the other three countries that are involved in the project — Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda — will be invited to help plan the hub.“I think what’s unique about this is that[it is] … an initiative funded by the National Institute of Health that we hope will lead on to the development of a larger center,” Samet said.Since the GEOHealth hub is still in early stages there are little opportunities for student involvement at the present moment, but organizers said this will soon change. Once up and running, the hub will provide opportunities for students in a variety of fields such as medicine and the sciences.Berhane also emphasized that the hub will be very “interdisciplinary,” as it involves “experts from climate change, from the healths, from exposure assessment and from some engineering aspects,” and therefore it might appeal to a variety of students, not just ones at Keck.Julie Paul, an undergraduate student majoring in Spanish, said she believes the health hub will benefit both students at USC and those in Ethiopia.“As someone who wants to eventually go to medical school, I think this project would be a cool thing to be involved in in a few years, and also is great for the people in Ethiopia who it will benefit,” Paul said.last_img read more

Father O’Connel, St. Jude’s Win 20th Nestle Milo Secondary School Basketball

first_imgFather O’Connel Science College, Minna, Niger State, on Thursday inside the Indoor Sports Hall of the National Stadium, Surulere, Lagos, emerged winner in the boys’ category of the 20th Nestle Milo Secondary School basketball after out-dunking General Murtala Muhammed College. Yola, Adamawa State, in the final.In the girls’ category, St. Jude’s Girls Secondary School, AMarata, Bayelsa State, defeated Yejide Girls Grammar School, Ibadan, Oyo State.St. Augustine’s Seminary, Ezzamgbo, Ebonyi State and Government Secondary School, Karu, Abuja placed third in the boys and girls category respectively.Over 10,274 schools participated in this year’s championship.According to the Managing Director, Nestle Nigeria, Mr. Mauricio Alarcon, the company has been in the forefront of sports development in Nigeria in the last 20 years.“We have used Milo Basketball Championship and other sports as a metaphor to help children imbibe the values that help them to be successful in life. This is because we believe that sports provide opportunities for the development of qualities that set the foundations for a child’s future,” Alarcon said.According to the President of the Nigeria School Sports Federation, NSSF, Mallam Ibrahim Muhammad, Nestle Nigeria has made a landmark achievement in building a bright future for our youths through the development of sports in Nigeria. particularly in the support and promotion of basketball in schools. The continual increase in the number of participating schools, serves as evidence.“For 20 remarkable years, the nestle milo brand has been championing the development of grassroots basketball in the country. The championship has been a potent platform for exposing and harnessing the enormous potentials of young Nigerian students and integrating them into the mainstream of basketball,” the NSSF boss said. Managing Director, Nestle Nigeria, Mr. Mauricio Alarcon, said the company has been in the forefront of sports development in Nigeria in the last 20 years.“We have used Milo Basketball Championship and other sports as a metaphor to help children imbibe the values that help them to be successful in life. This is because we believe that sports provide opportunities for the development of qualities that set the foundations for a child’s future,” Alarcon said.According to the President of the Nigeria School Sports Federation, NSSF, Mallam Ibrahim Muhammad, Nestle Nigeria has made a landmark achievement in building a bright future for our youths through the development of sports in Nigeria, particularly in the support and promotion of basketball in schools. The continual increase in the number of participating schools, serves as evidence.“For 20 remarkable years, the nestle milo brand has been championing the development of grassroots basketball in the country. The championship has been a potent platform for exposing and harnessing the enormous potentials of young Nigerian students and integrating them into the mainstream of basketball,” the NSSF boss said.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

Chris Sale not optimistic umpire will be held accountable for missed calls: There’s nothing MLB is going to do

first_imgSale later was removed from the game after 3 2/3 innings pitched and was ejected when he yelled at Estabrook on his way off the mound.There were a few questionable calls in the game to be sure. “Nothing is going to happen to him, I’m sure. He’ll be out there (in Game 2) at third base, probably be at home plate again. I’m sure I’ll get fined. I’m sure ‘AC’ will get fined, all for things I think we were justified about,” Sale said, via the New York Post. “I don’t want to get too caught up in the politics of this, but there’s got to be something. ‘AC’ doesn’t do his job for long enough, he’s gone. If I don’t do my job for long enough, I’m gone. Goes for every other manager in the league, it goes for every other player in this clubhouse and in the league. Got to find something. Nothing really holding it down.”Cora was ejected first in the fourth inning during a mound visit when Estabrook came out to break it up. It appeared Cora hit the umpire with some profanity when he met the scrum on the pitcher’s mound and he was then ejected. Related News Chris Sale wasn’t good in the first game of the Red Sox’s double-header Saturday. He knows that. His team lost 9-2 and he gave up eight earned runs in 3 2/3 innings.But he was not happy with umpire Mike Estabrook who ejected both Sale and manager Alex Cora in a dismal fourth inning which saw a couple of pitches called balls that could have ended at-bats. Sale wants to see Estabrook held accountable for his performance, but he’s not optimistic he will be. MLB wrap: Yankees sweep doubleheader as Red Sox team meeting not enough to halt losing streak Domingo Germán, Painted 96mph Fastball (Well, Painted Outside the Lines). 🎨 pic.twitter.com/XPrxCTio05— Rob Friedman (@PitchingNinja) August 3, 2019″Terrible. Awful. Brutal.” -Red Sox broadcastUmpire Mike Estabrook called on a ball on what should’ve been strike 3 to Aaron Judge. Instead of ending the inning, Judge hit a double, ending Chris Sale’s day. As Sale walked off the field, Estabrook ejected Sale.#Yankees v #RedSox https://t.co/FBnnlZ0C04 pic.twitter.com/aqKDmJb2om— Umpire Auditor (@UmpireAuditor) August 4, 2019Sale thought he had struck out Gio Urshela on a pitch in the fourth inning but instead it was called a ball and Urshela would eventually single. He thought he had a strike on Aaron Judge as well but that was again called a ball.When all was said and done the Yankees scored seven runs in the fourth inning and Cora and Sale were ejected. Sale again admitted he needs to be better but spoke about how you can’t give this New York lineup second chances.“Give these guys extra outs it’s going to hurt. I felt like he changed the landscape of the game,” Sale said. “But there’s got to be something that can be done about this. We’re held accountable as players, as coaches. … There’s nothing we can do. I’m sure there’s nothing Major League Baseball is going to do.”last_img read more

Fantasy Injury Updates: Saquon Barkley, Le’Veon Bell, Devonta Freeman affect Week 11 waiver wire pickups

first_imgWEEK 11 DFS LINEUPS:Y! cash | Y! GPP | DK cash | DK GPP | FD cash | FD GPPTy Johnson concussion updateJohnson left Sunday’s game with a concussion. The Lions’ RB workload was split from that point on by J.D. McKissic and Paul Perkins, although McKissic had more carries and saw more action in the passing game.If Johnson is forced to miss time, McKissic is the better target in all leagues and almost certainly worth a pickup in PPR formats. At this point, it would be weird to not see Detroit bring in another veteran RB, too. WEEK 11 NON-PPR RANKINGS:Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | KickerSaquon Barkley injury updateBarkley missed time in Sunday’s game to get his right shoulder checked out on the sideline, and it was reported that he went to get x-rays after the game. Giants coach Pat Shurmur didn’t elaborate on what was getting checked out. Barkley has admitted in the past couple weeks that he’s not necessarily playing at 100 percent after returning from his sprained ankle, and he rushed for one yard on 13 carries Sunday.The Giants’ Week 11 bye comes at the perfect time for Barkley, who didn’t have any of his usual explosiveness on Sunday. Even if the x-ray did show something, the bye week will allow New York to keep everything under wraps until next week, when we’ll wait for a Wednesday practice report to let us know how Barkley is doing. Wayne Gallman would fill in if Barkley is forced to miss time, and he’s not a bad free agent pickup after waivers clear this week. MORE WEEK 11:Waiver wire | FAAB planner | Trade values | Snap counts | Fantasy playoff SOSLe’Veon Bell injury newsBell missed out on some plays in the fourth quarter Sunday due to sore ribs. Bell said he was trying to avoid taking “too many carries” and wearing down his body. When asked if he’ll play in Week 11, Bell said, “Of course.”After popping up with a surprise knee injury last week, Bell appears like he’ll be OK going forward, but at this point, it’s probably time for Bell owners to handcuff him with Bilal Powell if they haven’t already.WEEK 11 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Wide receiver | Tight endIs Devonta Freeman going to miss Week 11?Freeman exited Sunday’s game with a foot injury in the third quarter and after initially ruled questionable to return, didn’t make it back to the field. There were no updates after the game on Freeman’s status. (Update: Freeman has a foot sprain and will undergo an MRI, per Ian Rapoport.)Brian Hill was the lead back with Freeman out of the game, and Hill scored a touchdown in the receiving game while also rushing 20 times for 61 yards. As of right now, Hill is one of the top options on the Week 11 waiver wire thanks to a highly favorable matchup against the Panthers. Saquon Barkley and Le’Veon Bell both provided slight scares for their fantasy owners Sunday, but both of their injuries appear minor (for now). Things don’t look as positive for Devonta Freeman and Ty Johnson, both of whom may miss time and would open the door for Brian Hill and J.D. McKissic, respectively, to be top targets on the Week 11 waiver wire. We have the latest injury updates heading into another big fantasy football week.Follow us at @SN_Fantasy for more news and updates.last_img read more