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  • MIA Wide Receiver #17
    Waddle is still in concussion protocol, but today’s practice could be the final step hurdle. Head coach Mike McDaniel said that if all goes well in practice today, Waddle will be able to clear protocol and be ready to suit up on Sunday for a major showdown against their AFC East division rival Buffalo Bills.
  • CLE Running Back #27
    Hunt emerged from Week 3 — his first game of the season — with a couple ailments that could limit his usage in Week 4 against the Ravens. Still, Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski said he expects the veteran back to suit up on Sunday. In his first game back with the Browns, Hunt had five carries and two receptions, cutting into Jerome Ford’s workload.
  • CAR Quarterback #9
    Young missed Carolina’s Week 3 loss to the Seahawks and could be sidelined in Week 4 against the Vikings if the team isn’t comfortable putting him behind a shoddy offensive line. Young’s return would be a net negative for Carolina pass catchers and would make the Vikings defense viable in deeper leagues. Andy Dalton would start against the Vikings if Young can’t go.
  • NYJ Quarterback #2
    It amounts to a stinging rebuke of Wilson after Saleh has vehemently defended the quarterback’s miserable play for the past three weeks. ESPN reported Tuesday that Saleh’s refusal to critique Wilson and his constant apologizing for the third-year QB has caused turmoil in the Jets locker room. The Jets signed QB Trevor Siemian this week. He could see on-field action sooner rather than later if Wilson doesn’t suddenly improve. Saleh said Siemian would be inactive this week against the Chiefs.
  • IND Quarterback #5
    Richardson, who sustained a brain injury in Week 2 against the Texans, remains in the league’s concussion protocol. Colts head coach Shane Steichen said Richardson would take starter’s snaps in practice. His return to practice is a good sign he’ll be available for the Colts’ Week 4 game against the Rams. Barring a setback, Richardson should slide back into fantasy lineups. Gardner Minshew would draw another spot start if Richardson is held out against LA.
  • NFL Commissioner
    O’Reilly pointed to rabid overseas fan bases that would support an NFL team based outside the United States. “You could sell out those games,” he told ESPN’s Adam Schefter. He added “there’s nothing imminent there,” citing the complicated logistics involved in launching a pro team across the Atlantic Ocean. Under Roger Goodell, the NFL has shown persistent interest in expanding the league to other parts of the world. The league’s London games start in Week 4 with the Jaguars taking on the Falcons.
  • NYJ Quarterback #2
    Cimini stated that head coach Robert Saleh is “coming off as a Zach apologist, and that doesn’t play well in the locker room.” The Jets QB situation continues to unravel with Zach Wilson’s struggles. Cimini explained the team’s stout defense is especially irked and there is tension in the locker room. Trevor Siemian was signed, but that barely helps the QB issues without Aaron Rodgers. Wilson’s play has set the locker room on fire and Saleh has a decision to make about the non-improving third-year QB.
  • FA Quarterback #7
    In a letter to Jets GM Joe Douglas, Kaepernick says he would be “honored and extremely grateful for the opportunity” to lead the team’s practice squad. The letter was interestingly released by rapper J. Cole and contains Kaepernick’s arguments on why he would be a good addition for the Jets. He added Jim and John Harbaugh, Chip Kelly, and Mark Davis as references in the message. The 35-year-old last played for the 49ers in 2016, staying in the limelight for his social justice activities and workouts to return to play over the years.
  • BAL Linebacker #8
    With Baltimore experiencing multiple injuries on their defense, they turned to a veteran to help plug some holes. Van Noy, 32, played for the Chargers last season, appearing in all 17 games with 13 starts. He recorded five sacks, eight tackles for loss and nine quarterback hits while playing 70 percent of Los Angeles’ defensive snaps. While he will start out on the practice squad, the expectation is the veteran could be elevated to the active roster in a couple weeks if he can quickly get up to speed.
  • DET Running Back #5
    On Thursday, Lions head coach Dan Campbell said that Montgomery, who sat out Week Three with a thigh injury, is moving toward getting back in the lineup this week. “Two that are trending the most positive right now would be Decker and D-Mo. Those are the two I’m starting to feel pretty good about,” Campbell said. The Lions will have another walkthrough on Wednesday, but Campbell feeling good about Montgomery right now is a strong sign for his ability to play. If he is able to see the field, Jahmyr Gibbs would likely go back to something closer to his Week 2 usage, while Craig Reynolds would maybe be relegated to a small handful of carries, depending on how Montgomery feels.


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