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  • ATL Defensive Back #1
    Per Rapoport, Okudah still needs to get cleared after a pre-game workout in order to play, though that looks like after he practiced in full throughout the week. Okudah has missed the Falcons’ first two games of the year because of the foot issue but now appears ready to return in a revenge game against his former team. If he is able to handle a full allotment of snaps, Okudah should start in his debut as a Falcon.
  • SEA Wide Receiver #14
    Pete Carroll said on Friday that Metcalf was on track to start, so Schefter’s news isn’t much of a surprise. Metcalf was held out of practice on Wednesday and Thursday before getting in a full session to close the week. He remains at the top of the WR2 rankings in Week 3 against the Panthers.
  • SEA Safety #33
    Adams suffered a torn quad just over a year ago and is still looking to make his return to football. Pete Carroll said he was “as close as you can get” to playing this week, but the star safety will ultimately be forced to wait until next Monday to make his return. The Seahawks’ secondary is decimated by injuries this week, giving Andy Dalton a fighting chance to put up QB2 numbers.
  • KC Running Back #10
    Pacheco was held out of practice Wednesday before getting in a pair of limited sessions on the following two days. The second-year back has seen the bulk of the Chiefs’ running back touches through two weeks, but that hasn’t resulted in an overwhelming amount of raw volume. He has just 25 touches through two games. A matchup versus the floundering Bears should be his time to shine as the Chiefs are nearly two-touchdown favorites. Fantasy managers should treat him as a touchdown-dependent RB2 for Week 3.
  • CLE Running Back #24
    Based on how it looked in real time, this sounds like one of the better prognoses Chubb could have received. The Browns feared a multi-ligament injury, which would have likely extended the recovery timeframe to eight to 10 months. The pre-surgery recover window is clearly subject to change as Chubb has not gone under the knife yet, meaning we will know more once his surgery is performed. As of now, consider it great news for the electric back.
  • NYJ Tackle #76
    That escalated quickly. In the span of 24 hours, Duane’s status went from “we think he’ll play,” to out for Week 3, to injured reserve. The 36-year-old tackle will now miss the next four games for the Jets.
  • MIA Wide Receiver #17
    Whelp, that didn’t take long following the news of the elevation of wide receiver Robbie Chosen. Waddle will now look to clear the league’s concussion protocols in time for the team’s Week 4 showdown against the Bills in Buffalo.
  • NO Running Back #21
    Williams will now miss the next four games. Kendre Miller makes his professional debut on Sunday after missing the team’s first two games of the season and the Saints get Alvin Kamara back from suspension for Week 4. Miller could see featured usage in his first game against the Packers if the Saints want to see how much of a between-the-tackles workload he can handle to pair with Alvin Kamara upon the latter’s return.
  • MIA Wide Receiver #17
    Chosen’s elevation is not noteworthy in and of itself, but when taken through the light of Jaylen Waddle’s designation as questionable due to concussion, it becomes a bit more prevalent. Waddle was able to get in a limited session on Friday, but practiced in a red non-contact jersey which hints that the standout wide receiver still has steps left to clear in the league’s five-step concussion protocol. Whether or not he is able to clear those steps before Sunday remains to be seen, but the elevation of Robbie Chosen does not bode well for his chances of returning to action in time for Sunday’s game against the Broncos. We’ll hear final word when the team releases their inactives list tomorrow. Fantasy managers at least get the pleasantry of having the knowledge of Waddle’s status early in the day with the Dolphins playing in the early games.
  • PHI Running Back #35
    Scott managed a limited session on Saturday but was ultimately unable to make enough progress through the league’s concussion protocol to be cleared to play Monday. The fact that he wasn’t listed as questionable means that there were a significant number of steps left to clear before he could return to the lineup. Watkins remains out with a hamstring injury after not being able to practice in any fashion this week.


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