As of earlier this week, it was considered unlikely that Holliday would return to action this season as the thumb has not held up well in live BP. While he may be activated after all, it's uncertain what kind of role he'll play over the final weekend. Holliday could end up just making a pinch-hit appearance or two so the fans in St. Louis can show their appreciation for his contributions to the team over the years. Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports is reporting that the Cardinals do not plan to pick up Holliday's option or extend him a qualifying offer this winter.
Flowers (concussion) has been listed as out for San Diego's Week 4 game against New Orleans.
Flowers suffered his concussion in Week 3 and was held out of practice during the week. Look for Casey Heyward to pick up the spot start.
Wheaton will get snaps from the slot position in Sunday night's game against the Chiefs, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.
Wheaton was benched after dropping three passes during his season debut last week, but has looked far improved in practice this week, according to teammate Antonio Brown, ESPN's Jeremy Fowler reports. Regardless of any discomfort his previously-injured shoulder is causing, with Eli Rogers (toe) out Sunday, Wheaton is expected to share snaps from slot with Darrius Heyward-Bey, leaving Antonio Brown and Sammie Coates to play on the outside.
Worrilow (groin) will not play in Week 4.
Worrilow is still recovering from groin surgery and isn't expected back until Week 7.
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