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  • NO Running Back #21
    ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports Saints RB Jamaal Williams will be out for the immediate future.
    Williams suffered what now seemed to be a serious hamstring injury against the Panthers in Week 2. He led the Saints’ backfield in the absence of suspended Alvin Kamara and injured Kendre Miller. Tony Jones led the rest of the way in Week 2, but expect more from Taysom Hill and Miller who is set to make his debut in Week 3.
  • HOU Center #70
    KPRC2’s Aaron Wilson reports Texans C Juice Scruggs (hamstring) will ideally return against the Saints in Week 6.
    Scruggs was selected by the Texans with pick 62 in the 2023 draft, but landed on injured reserve before getting the chance to start at center. He suffered a hamstring injury prior to the season and is expected to be activated within the next few weeks. An ideal scenario is for Scruggs to return against the Saints in Week 6, otherwise a post-bye return against the Panthers in Week 8 is likely. Scruggs’ return would provide a boost to a banged-up Texans offensive line.
  • PHI Cornerback #21
    NFL Network’s James Palmer reports the Eagles are signing CB Bradley Roby.
    The Eagles add to their secondary with Roby. The veteran 31-year-old last played for the Saints before being cut in August. Roby now finds himself with a solid Eagles defense that can use his help.
  • HOU Center #50
    ESPN’s DJ Bien-Aime reports Texans LG Kendrick Green (meniscus) is expected to be out indefinitely.
    The Texans traded for Green prior to the season and now lose the starting offensive lineman for the near future due to a torn meniscus. C.J. Stroud has been throwing behind a banged-up offensive line and that will continue with Green’s absence.
  • BUF Linebacker #40
    Bills EDGE Von Miller wants to play in London for Week 5 against the Jaguars.
    Miller expressed his desire to play on his podcast, “The Von Cast”. He said, “If I was a betting man, I’d say you’ll see Von Miller in London.” Miller has been out since last season with a torn ACL and is expected to return to practice this week. The Bills defensive line would get a boost from the veteran’s return, but Miller still has a ways to go before being cleared to play Week 5 in London against the Jaguars.
  • IND Wide Receiver #19
    The Indianapolis Colts signed WR Amari Rodgers to their active roster.
    Rodgers had signed with the Colts’ practice squad prior to the season and is now on the team’s active roster. Primarily a special teams contributor so far in his career, Rodgers will be depth for the Colts.
  • NO Wide Receiver #10
    ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports the Broncos have signed Tre’Quan Smith to their practice.
    The former longtime Saint is headed to Denver after spending over five seasons in New Orleans. After being placed on injured reserve before the regular season, Smith is looking to provide depth in the Broncos receiving room.
  • CHI Wide Receiver #10
    Bears WR Chase Claypool did not practice with the team on Tuesday.
    After being inactive on Sunday, Chase Claypool was away from the team on Monday and is not expected to practice or play this week. At this point, it would be a shock if he played another snap for the Bears, which is a disaster considering they gave up the 32nd overall pick to acquire him from the Steelers last year.
  • CHI Defensive Back #33
    Bears CB Jaylon Johnson did not practice on Thursday.
    Joining Johnson on the sideline was starting free safety Eddie Jackson. While Jackson has said he expects to play, both players not being able to suit up on Tuesday is a bit of a concern with the Bears taking on the Commanders on the road on Thursday night. If the Bears are down half of their starting secondary again, that will only make things even more enticing for Sam Howell, Terry McLaurin, and the rest of the Washington offense.
  • NYG Guard #67
    New York Giants signed OL Justin Pugh to the practice squad.
    Pugh was the team’s 2013 first-round pick and will now return with the Giants in desperate need of offensive line help. Left tackle Andrew Thomas is still working his way back from injury and rookie center John Michael Schmitz suffered a shoulder injury on Monday night. While Pugh will begin on the practice squad, it’s not a stretch to see him on the active roster and seeing snaps in a couple of weeks.
  • SEA Quarterback #7
    Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said quarterback Geno Smith should be OK after suffering a knee injury in Monday night’s win over the New York Giants.
    Carroll was asked if Geno was OK during his weekly radio show and said, “I think so.” While it’s not a heartening endorsement of health, Carroll later said, "“He kind of twisted his knee a little bit, yeah. It really was knee and ankle at first, but I think it just came down to taping up the ankle and then his knee was a little bit — he might be sore [Tuesday.] He’ll need a break.” It sounds like Geno may sit out a few practices, but should be fine long-term given that the Seahawks have a bye this week.