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  • LV Quarterback #10
    Jimmy Garoppolo (concussion) is out for Week 4 against the Chargers.
    Garoppolo got in two limited practices, which is usually a sign someone is going to clear protocol. Garoppolo couldn’t quite get there and now isn’t even traveling to Los Angeles. It is unclear if the Raiders are going with go-nowhere veteran Brian Hoyer or intriguing rookie Aidan O’Connell. We know what our choice would be. Hopefully we get word before lineup decisions are due Sunday morning.
  • BUF Linebacker #40
    ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports Bills EDGE Von Miller is expected to resume practicing this week.
    Miller tore his ACL on Thanksgiving last year and has been progressing well in his bid to return to game action. The first major step will be to return to the practice field, which it now appears likely to happen in the coming week. The late-season injury paired with his advanced playing age would make a Week 5 return to action truly remarkable.
  • SEA Tight End #87
    Seattle listed TE Noah Fant and TE Will Dissly questionable to play Monday against the Giants.
    Dissly missed the team’s Week 3 contest while Fant has apparently been usurped by the more well-rounded Colby Parkinson in recent weeks. Expect a messy timeshare for tight end snaps when all three are healthy, with the added caveat that very little emphasis is placed on the tight end position as pass-catchers in the current state of the Seattle offense.
  • ARI Quarterback #1
    ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports Cardinals QB Kyler Murray is not expected to come off the Physically Unable to Perform list when first eligible Monday.
    It was always a long shot for Kyler to return when first eligible after just four missed games, but this new non-timeline doesn’t add much in the way of clarity to the situation. Expect Murray to return at some point this season, but the “when” is still very much up in the air. That said, it has been apparent that the recently paid franchise quarterback has been progressing well in his rehab process.
  • FA Defensive End #55
    Raiders released EDGE Chandler Jones.
    The troubled veteran had been away from the team this season while dealing with what can only be described as mental health issues. He was then arrested and booked in Las Vegas early Friday morning, prompting his release. We can only wish our best for Jones moving forward.
  • BAL EDGE #90
    Ravens placed EDGE David Ojabo (ankle/knee) on injured reserve.
    The hits seem to keep coming for the Ravens, who have already experienced numerous high profile injuries to regular starters this season. Through it all, Baltimore currently finds themselves at 2-1 after their overtime defeat in Week 3.
  • LAC Linebacker #97
    Chargers downgraded EDGE Joey Bosa (hamstring/toe) to doubtful for Week 4 against the Raiders.
    It now appears as if the Chargers will be without safety Derwin James (out), running back Austin Ekeler (doubtful), wide receiver Mike Williams (injured reserve), and Joey Bosa (doubtful) for Week 4 against the Raiders. Although the fourth contest in a grueling season can hardly be considered a must-win game, the Chargers find themselves slipping in the competitive AFC West and need a victory to keep pace with the Chiefs.
  • NYG Running Back #26
    Giants RB Saquon Barkley (ankle) is doubtful to play Monday against the Seahawks.
    Per head coach Brian Daboll, Barkley made significant progress this week in his bid to return from an ankle injury sustained in Week 2. The staff gave him the maximum amount of time to prove his health but ultimately made the decision to list him as doubtful to play in Week 4. Expect Matt Breida to once again serve as the primary back for the Giants after seeing an 82 percent snap rate but seeing just four carries and three targets against the suffocating 49ers defense in Week 3.
  • CLE Tight End #85
    Browns TE David Njoku (burn) is questionable for Week 4 against the Ravens.
    Njoku apparently suffered some sort of burn to his face and arm during an incident at his home Friday evening and has been added to the team’s injury report as questionable to play. There aren’t any prior cases like this to judge his potential availability but fantasy managers will want to begin exploring other options if they were relying on Njoku in Week 4.
  • NE Cornerback #31
    Patriots CB Jonathan Jones (ankle) was ruled out for Week 4 against the Cowboys.
    Jones will miss his third straight game, leaving the Patriots secondary a little thin. LG Cole Strange (knee) was also downgraded to out for Week 4. Strange is a starter on the offensive line and the Patriots will need to fill that hole against the Cowboys in Week 4.