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  • DET Tackle #68
    Decker missed yet another week of practiced after going down in the Lions’ Week 1 opener against the Chiefs. The veteran tackle was replaced by Penei Sewell in last week’s loss to the Seahawks, and can be expected to be replaced by Sewell again in Week 3.
  • SF Head Coach
    The move was announced as a multi-year extension, though no concrete details have been leaked yet. Keeping Shanahan under contract is a no-brainer for the 49ers. Three games into his seventh season as the boss in San Francisco, Shanahan is 55-46 with 22 of his losses coming in his first two seasons. He has mounted successful seasons with a rotating cast of quarterbacks at his disposal and is widely thought of as one of the greatest offensive minds the league has ever seen. General manager John Lynch was also extended, keeping the band together for years to come.
  • LAC Running Back #30
    This was always expected to be the case, especially after Ekeler said on his own podcast that this was “a day-to-day, week-to-week type of situation.” The Chargers will once again rely on Joshua Kelley to serve in a lead back role while hoping for better results against the Vikings. It’s only been two weeks, but the Vikings have allowed the fourth-most rushing yards per game on the season, and were obliterated by D’Andre Swift Swift (28-175-1) and the Eagles last week. Kelley will have some high-end RB2 appeal.
  • DET Wide Receiver #14
    St. Brown missed Wednesday’s practice but was back on the field Thursday in a limited capacity. He was upgraded to a full-participant on Friday and should play despite carrying a questionable tag into the Week. St. Brown will be in his typical high-volume role, and can be penciled in as a top-12 option for Week 3.
  • DET Running Back #5
    Montgomery never really expected to play this week after being carted off with a bad thigh bruise last week. The veteran running back didn’t log a practice this week, but could be in line for Week 4 if his recovery continues to go well. Logic would tell us that Jahmyr Gibbs will be in line for a busy day against the Falcons, but it wouldn’t be surprising to see Craig Reynolds also earn some snaps, as the Lions can’t help but use their first-round running back as nothing more than a role player.
  • KC Wide Receiver #19
    Toney did not practice on Wednesday or Thursday, but may have logged a limited session on Friday based on what we’ve seen online. The oft-injured receiver is once again dealing with another ailment that threatens to sideline him for Week 3, and is truly questionable heading into the weekend. If he’s unable to go, Skyy Moore could be in line for more targets with Richie James (knee) also being ruled out.
  • KC Running Back #10
    Pacheco was limited in Thursday’s practice and has a chance to suit up for Week 3 against the Bears. His hamstring injury wasn’t severe enough to bounce him from last week’s contest against the Jaguars, so we’ll his limited practices were the team’s attempt to manage the injuries. Pacheco has rushed 20 times for 93 scoreless yards on the season and caught five passes for 31 yards. He’ll be a fringe RB2/RB3 against a porous Bears defense.
  • MIA Wide Receiver #17
    Waddle was upgraded to a limited session on Friday after missing practice the previous two days. He has a good shot to get cleared over on Saturday or even Sunday morning prior to kickoff. Versus a Denver defense that just got cooked by Sam Howell and company, Waddle will flirt with WR1 numbers in Week 3.
  • CLE Cornerback #0
    Newsome missed all of practice with an elbow injury that he reportedly suffered in the Browns’ Week 2 loss to the Steelers. Newsome’s arm was trapped under wide receiver Myles Boykin in the third quarter, and was hyperextended in the process. Head coach Kevin Stefanski says he doesn’t expect this to be a long-term injury for Newsome, but he’s out at least this week.



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