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  • CLE Quarterback #4
    Deshaun Watson completed 22-of-40 passes for 235 yards, one touchdown, and one interception in the Browns’ 26-22, Week 2 loss to the Steelers, adding 22 yards on six carries.
    Watson’s night started off with a pick-six on the first offensive play run from scrimmage and didn’t get much better throughout the rest of the game. He also lost two fumbles, one of which was scooped up by T.J. Watt and returned for a touchdown, and was sacked six times while under unrelenting pressure. The performance was truly tragic considering how well the Cleveland defense played, holding the Pittsburgh offense to just one offensive touchdown and two field goals amidst consistent short fields. The Browns appeared destined for their first 2-0 start to a season since 1993 but ultimately fell short. Watson will need to regroup quickly particularly considering the loss of All-World running back Nick Chubb, who suffered a significant knee injury and is likely out for the remainder of the season.
  • CAR Quarterback #9
    Bryce Young (ankle) practiced Wednesday.
    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
    Jets head coach Robert Saleh said Zach Wilson “definitely needs to get better.”
    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 Center #78
    Colts C Ryan Kelly (concussion) practiced Wednesday.
    Kelly, along with Anthony Richardson, remains in the NFL’s concussion protocol. His practice participation suggests Kelly is on track to return to the lineup for Week 4 against the Rams, who sport the league’s sixth best pass rush, per Pro Football Focus.
  • IND Quarterback #5
    Anthony Richardson will practice Wednesday.
    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.
  • LV EDGE #50
    Raiders signed EDGE Malik Reed to the team’s practice squad.
    Waived by the Dolphins in August, Reed, 27, catches on with the Raiders. Reed has 82 tackles, 16 sacks, and three forced fumbles in 59 career NFL games. He’ll likely be a situational pass rusher in Vegas.
  • MIN Running Back #37
    Vikings signed RB Myles Gaskin to the team’s practice squad.
    The former Dolphins back has bounced on and off the Vikings practice squad over the past month. He’ll rejoin the team and isn’t likely to make the game day roster unless the Vikings suffer a string of running backs injuries.
  • NO Safety #25
    Saints signed S Daniel Sorensen to the team’s practice squad.
    The longtime Chiefs safety spent part of the 2022 season with the Saints. At 32, Sorensen profiles as a special teams player and a part-time defensive player for a strong New Orleans secondary.
  • NFL Commissioner
    NFL Executive Vice President Peter O’Reilly wouldn’t rule out an overseas NFL team in the coming years.
    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
    ESPN’s Rich Cimini reports the Jets players are unhappy with Zach Wilson starting.
    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.
  • TEN Wide Receiver #12
    ESPN’s Turron Davenport reports the Titans have signed WR Shi Smith to their practice squad.
    Smith was a sixth-round pick of the Panthers and played two seasons for them before getting released prior to this season. He joins a Titans team with a lackluster receiving corps behind DeAndre Hopkins. Notably, the Titans also placed RB Julius Chestnut on injured reserve, potentially opening up an offensive spot for Smith soon.