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  • MIA Wide Receiver #17
    Dolphins HC Mike McDaniel said Jaylen Waddle has entered the league’s concussion protocol.
    Waddle exited Sunday’s win over the Patriots after a helmet-to-helmet hit and did not return to the game. His day ended with four receptions for 86 yards, but now, Waddle will need to clear concussion protocol ahead of Week 3’s matchup against the Broncos. If Waddle is unable to go, Braxton Berrios could be next in line to see an increase in target, but wouldn’t be viewed as much more than a WR4 for fantasy purposes.
  • SF Wide Receiver #19
    Deebo Samuel (ribs) was not seen at Monday’s practice.
    Samuel took a hard shot to the ribs in the 49ers’ Week 3 win over the Giants and briefly exited the contest. He returned to finish out the day, but was ruled as being day-to-day by Kyle Shanahan the day after the game. X-Rays were negative for fractured ribs, so Samuel is likely dealing with bruising and soreness. He should have plenty of time to get right for Week 4 against the Cardinals, and could be taking things light before ramping things up on Wednesday.
  • SF Wide Receiver #11
    Brandon Aiyuk (shoulder) practiced on Monday.
    Aiyuk was sidelined for Thursday night’s contest against the Giants, but was back on the field to open the week. Aiyuk has had some extra time to rest his shoulder, which he injured in Week 2 against the Rams, and should have a good chance of playing in Week 4 against the Cardinals. Aiyuk will be a high-end WR3 in that matchup if he’s able to go.
  • CIN Quarterback #9
    When asked by ESPN’s Laura Rutledge about Joe Burrow’s Week 3 status vs. the Rams, Bengals HC Zac Taylor said, “we aren’t ready to reveal a decision just yet and will wait a couple more hours before we make a call.”
    The Bengals don’t have to make an official decision on Burrow until they announce Week 3 inactives before kickoff. It sounds like Taylor and the team are ready to take things up until the final minute to decide whether or not Burrow will play in what feels like a near must-win game for the 0-2 Bengals. If Burrow is unable to go, Jake Browning is expected to start in a prime time matchup against the Rams.
  • FA Tackle #71
    ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports free agent OT La’el Collins has passed a physical and is expected to be signed soon.
    Collins was let go by the Bengals after spending all of training camp on the active/PUP list. The 30-year-old lineman suffered a torn ACL and MCL late last season, and was unable to get on the field until just recently. Collins has already drawn interest from the Patriots, but could find other suitors in the coming days now that he’s passed a physical. Collins started 15 games at right tackle for the Bengals last season, earning a PFF grade of 57.9 while allowing 34 pressures and five sacks.
  • HOU Safety #5
    Texans beat writer Aaron Wilson says S Jalen Pitre is expected to return to practice this week.
    Pitre suffered a bruised lung in Week 1’s loss to the Ravens and has been sidelined ever since. The former second-round pick’s return will be a welcomed one by a Texans defense that ranks 21st in points allowed, but 16th in total yards allowed. We’ll see how Pitre fares in practice throughout the week, but it sounds like there’s a good chance he’ll play in Week 4 against the Steelers.
  • NYJ Quarterback #2
    Jets HC Robert Saleh did not say whether or not the Jets would look into adding another quarterback this week after another bad outing by Zach Wilson.
    When asked whether the Jets would consider adding another quarterback this week, Saleh said that is a question for GM Joe Douglas. He also said the box score won’t tell the whole story of what we’ve seen over the last two weeks, despite Wilson’s poor box score stats looking like some of the worst in the league. Saleh has already committed to starting Wilson in Week 4 when his team takes on the Chiefs on Sunday Night Football on NBC, where the country can watch them fall to 1-3.
  • CIN Quarterback #9
    ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler reports the Bengals are expected to elevate QB Reid Sinnett from the practice squad ahead of Monday night’s Week 3 matchup against the Rams.
    This will understandably grab the attention of fans and fantasy managers who are waiting for official word on whether or not Joe Burrow will play in Week 3. Fowler says in a post that elevating Sinnett “gives Cincinnati depth for the Rams game behind Joe Burrow, who’s been nursing a calf issue, and Jake Browning,” suggesting a decision on Burrow has not yet been made. The Athletic’s Dianna Russini reported earlier on Monday that there is “optimism” Burrow will play on Monday, but the decision to elevate Sinnett certainly raises some eyebrows. The Bengals have up until 90 mins before kickoff to decided whether or not to rule Burrow out for this week.
  • MIA Wide Receiver #85
    Dolphins HC Mike McDaniel said River Cracraft’s shoulder injury is “not a day-to-day thing.”
    Cracraft was injured in Sunday’s Week 3 win over the Broncos, and is expected to be sidelined for some time. McDaniel didn’t specify when Cracraft could return, saying, “No doubt we will see him again in near future; how near I don’t know.” With six catches for 87 yards and one touchdown on the season, Cracraft wasn’t on the fantasy radar, but he’s been a solid player for the Dolphins and is on pace for the best season of his career through three games.
  • LAC Cornerback #27
    The Athletic’s Jeff Howe reports a Massachusetts judge has issued an arrest warrant for Chargers DB J.C. Jackson.
    According to Howe, Jackson was on probation for negligent operation of a motor vehicle and failed to appear in court last Friday. Additionally, Jackson also failed to pay a $300 head injury fee and victim witness fee, and failed to attend or successfully complete a Brains at Risk Program. Jackson was not listed on the Chargers’ Week 3 injury report, but did not play in Sunday’s game against the Vikings.
  • GB Running Back #33
    Aaron Jones (hamstring) was listed as limited on Monday on the team’s estimated practice report for Week 4 against the Lions.
    The Packers didn’t log an official practice on Monday, but Jones opening the week on a limited basis is what we expected. The veteran running back nearly gave it a go in Week 3 against the Saints before being held out, so it sounds like he’ll be ready to go on Thursday night against the Lions. Jones will project as a high-end RB2, and was explosive in his lone outing in Week 1 against the Bears.