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    • D.J. Alexander SEA LB
      Seahawks' D.J. Alexander: Sitting out Sunday
      29m ago

      D.J. Alexander (hamstring) is listed as inactive for Sunday's game against the Titans.

      Alexander has played just one defensive snap this season compared to 42 on special teams, so fantasy owners shouldn't be losing sleep over Alexander's absence. Expect Michael Wilhoite to continue to serve as the main relief linebacker.

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    • Alex Collins BAL RB
      Ravens' Alex Collins: Piles up yards in garbage time
      30m ago

      Alex Collins had nine carries for 82 yards in Sunday's 44-7 loss to the Jaguars in London.

      Collins got a couple carries in the first quarter but piled up nearly all his yardage in garbage time. He's a name to watch as a struggling Baltimore offense seeks any potential form of explosiveness, though it doesn't seem the Baltimore Ravens are quite ready to ditch Terrance West or Javorius Allen. The three-way timeshare likely will continue Week 4 against the Steelers.

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    • DeMarco Murray TEN RB
      Titans' DeMarco Murray: Listed as active Sunday
      30m ago

      DeMarco Murray (hamstring) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Seahawks.

      Murray is out there if you need him Sunday, but it remains to be seen if he'll handle his usual workload, with Derrick Henry on hand, healthy and coming off a strong effort in Week 2. With that in mind, Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com indicates that while Murray is expected to start at running back for the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, there "should still be a lot of Henry" on tap in Week 3.

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    • Terence Garvin SEA OLB
      Seahawks' Terence Garvin: Gearing up for Sunday's game
      33m ago

      Terence Garvin (shoulder) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Titans.

      After missing Week 2, Garvin will return to his starting role at outside linebacker. The 26-year-old recorded three tackles (one solo) and a sack in Week 1, and he'll have to battle against a strong offensive line in Tennessee.

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    • Javorius Allen BAL RB
      Ravens' Javorius Allen: Shut down in London
      41m ago

      Javorius Allen gained 15 yards on eight carries and 13 yards on five receptions (six targets) in Sunday's 44-7 loss to the Jaguars in London.

      Allen led the Baltimore backfield with 13 touches, outpacing both Terrance West (six) and Alex Collins (nine), the latter of whom piled up work in garbage time. Collins did have a couple carries in the first quarter, while Allen didn't get a touch until the five-minute mark of the second frame. Though his role as the primary pass-catching back should remain secure while Danny Woodhead (hamstring) is sidelined, Allen seems to be stuck in a three-way timeshare for carries. The Baltimore backfield increasingly is shaping up as one that's best avoided.

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    • Jimmy Graham SEA TE
      Seahawks' Jimmy Graham: Active in Week 3
      42m ago

      Jimmy Graham (ankle) is active for Sunday's game at Tennessee.

      Graham didn't inspire confidence in his ability to play with back-to-back absences Wednesday and Thursday. That said, he turned in a full practice Friday, which was followed by a vote of confidence from head coach Pete Carroll. Per Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times, Graham was seen running during a pregame workout and will now look to produce against the Titans' 20th-ranked pass defense (230.5 yards per game).

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    • Joe Flacco BAL QB
      Ravens' Joe Flacco: Completely ineffective in blowout
      1h ago

      Joe Flacco completed eight of 18 passes for 28 yards and tossed two interceptions in Sunday's 44-7 loss to the Jaguars in London.

      A game manager the first two weeks of the season, Flacco found himself in a drastically different position Sunday and yet still ended up with fewer than 20 pass attempts. Playing behind a patchwork offensive line, he repeatedly settled for check downs and struggled to even complete those. The Baltimore Ravens didn't pick up a first down until the final five minutes of the first half, and they only scored in garbage time after Ryan Mallett had taken over. Limited both by his own shortcomings and those of his supporting cast, Flacco offers little in the way of upside as the Ravens prepare for a Week 4 home game against the Steelers.

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    • Blake Bortles JAC QB
      Jaguars' Blake Bortles: Tosses four touchdowns
      2h ago

      Blake Bortles completed 20 of 31 passes for 244 yards and four touchdowns and added 18 yards on three carries in Sunday's 44-7 win over the Ravens in London.

      A game manager Week 1 and a complete mess last week, Bortles unexpectedly came through with one of the best performances of his career against a Baltimore defense that allowed just 10 points in its first two games. He mostly picked the Ravens apart with short passes, but he was also effective when he looked deeper down the field, notably connecting with Marqise Lee for a 35-yard gain on the opening drive, and later hitting Marcedes Lewis for a 30-yard touchdown on a seam route. Lewis accounted for three of the four touchdowns, while Lee led the team in targets for a second straight week. Bortles could still find himself on the hot seat if his play falls off, but he probably bought himself at least a couple of more games as the Jacksonville Jaguars prepare for a Week 4 road matchup with the Jets.

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    • Cam Newton CAR QB
      Panthers' Cam Newton: Active Sunday
      4h ago

      Cam Newton (ankle/shoulder) is active for Sunday's game versus the Saints.

      The management of Newton translated to limited practices Wednesday through Friday, but there was an expectation he wouldn't miss any action and handle starting QB duties, per usual. He's seeking his first standout performance of the season, which is a distinct possibility against a New Orleans defense that has conceded the most passing yards (793) and touchdowns (six) to quarterbacks after two contests.

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    • Andrew Luck IND QB
      Colts' Andrew Luck: Returning to practice soon
      4h ago

      Andrew Luck (shoulder) is expected to return to practice as early as this coming week, Chris Mortensen of ESPN reports.

      According to Mortensen, Luck recently contacted Drew Brees, who recommended he get in touch with his physical therapist Kevin Wilk. Luck hasn't suffered a setback during the joint effort between Wilk and the Indianapolis Colts , setting up a potential return to drills in the near future. Assuming Luck completes the final stages of his recovery, he'll definitely play this season, no matter where the Colts stand record-wise, per Stephen Holder of The Indianapolis Star.

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    • Ryan Nassib JAC QB
      Jaguars' Ryan Nassib: Inactive for Week 3
      7h ago

      Ryan Nassib (coach's decision) is inactive Sunday for the Jacksonville Jaguars ' Week 3 matchup with the Ravens, Ryan O'Halloran of The Florida Times-Union reports.

      The Jaguars inked Nassib earlier in the week as a third quarterback, with his connection to coach Doug Marrone from the duo's Syracuse days likely factoring heavily into the signal caller's signing. Nassib could get a look at some point later this season in the event Blake Bortles' inconsistent ways prompt Marrone to go in a different direction under center, but for the time being, it looks like Nassib will be inactive when both Bortles and top backup Chad Henne are healthy.

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    • Chad Henne JAC QB
      Jaguars' Chad Henne: Dressing as backup Sunday
      7h ago

      Chad Henne (illness) is active Sunday for the Jacksonville Jaguars ' Week 3 matchup with the Ravens, Ryan O'Halloran of The Florida Times-Union reports.

      Henne was forced to sit out the Jaguars' final practice of the week Friday after coming down with the illness, but with a day off Saturday to recover, it appears as though the veteran signal caller is ready to reprise his normal role as the backup to Blake Bortles. The Jaguars' decision to keep third-string quarterback Ryan Nassib inactive indicates there isn't much concern about Henne's health.

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    • Javorius Allen BAL RB
      Ravens' Javorius Allen: Shut down in London
      41m ago

      Javorius Allen gained 15 yards on eight carries and 13 yards on five receptions (six targets) in Sunday's 44-7 loss to the Jaguars in London.

      Allen led the Baltimore backfield with 13 touches, outpacing both Terrance West (six) and Alex Collins (nine), the latter of whom piled up work in garbage time. Collins did have a couple carries in the first quarter, while Allen didn't get a touch until the five-minute mark of the second frame. Though his role as the primary pass-catching back should remain secure while Danny Woodhead (hamstring) is sidelined, Allen seems to be stuck in a three-way timeshare for carries. The Baltimore backfield increasingly is shaping up as one that's best avoided.

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    • Terrance West BAL RB
      Ravens' Terrance West: Loses fumble on just six carries
      1h ago

      Terrance West (calf) had six carries for 26 yards and lost a fumble in Sunday's 44-7 loss to the Jaguars in London.

      West appeared to get the start and took the first carry, but he shared playing time with Javorius Allen and Alex Collins in a pathetic performance by the Baltimore Ravens . Listed as questionable heading into the game, West didn't show any clear signs of injury, and the outcome was all but determined by the time he lost a fumble in the third quarter. Allen wasn't any better with only 28 yards on 13 touches, but Collins impressed by gaining 82 yards on nine carries, albeit with nearly all of the production occurring in garbage time. Another timeshare seems likely Week 4 against the Steelers.

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    • Darren Sproles PHI RB
      Eagles' Darren Sproles: Suffers wrist injury
      1h ago

      Darren Sproles is questionable to return to Sunday's contest against the Giants due to a wrist injury.

      Sproles remained on the turf after taking nary a hit on a cut, spurring thoughts that some type of leg injury was to blame. However, he's in fact tending to a wrist issue, which could end his day after just three carries for 11 yards. In his stead, LeGarrette Blount was immediately the workhorse running back on a touchdown drive, but Wendell Smallwood and perhaps even undrafted rookie Corey Clement could get in on the act.

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    • Leonard Fournette JAC RB
      Jaguars' Leonard Fournette: Fades after fast start
      1h ago

      Leonard Fournette had 17 carries for 59 yards and a touchdown and three catches for 21 yards on four targets in Sunday's 44-7 win over the Ravens in London.

      Fournette picked up 47 yards on seven touches in the opening quarter, but the Ravens shut him down the rest of the game with the exception of a three-yard touchdown run early in the fourth quarter. As the clear focus of opposing defenses, Fournette has yet to reach 4.0 yards per carry in a game, but he's nonetheless found his way into the end zone each week. He's also been consistently involved as a receiver, despite coming off the field in favor of Chris Ivory or Corey Grant on obvious passing downs. Fournette has looked much better than his mark of 3.5 yards per carry suggests, and he should have a bit more room to run Week 4 against the Jets.

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    • Jay Ajayi MIA RB
      Dolphins' Jay Ajayi: Returns following brief absence
      2h ago

      Jay Ajayi (undisclosed) returned to the field in the first quarter of Sunday's game against the Jets after briefly departing earlier in the contest, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.

      Ajayi appeared to take a blow below the belt on a play during the Miami Dolphins ' first drive, resulting in him heading to the bench. He only required brief attention from team trainers and was back on the field for the team's next series, suggesting he likely won't face any limitations for the rest of the day.

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    • Jay Ajayi MIA RB
      Dolphins' Jay Ajayi: Departs with injury
      2h ago

      Jay Ajayi exited Sunday's game against the Jets with an apparent injury, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.

      Ajayi appeared to take a shot to the groin area before exiting the field in the first quarter, but more clarity on the nature and extent of his injury should be available later in the game. Damien Williams entered the contest in Ajayi's stead and would likely handle the bulk of the reps at running back if the latter is unable to return.

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    • Kelvin Benjamin CAR WR
      Panthers' Kelvin Benjamin: Won't return Sunday
      44m ago

      Kelvin Benjamin (left knee) has been ruled out of Sunday's contest against the Saints, David Newton of ESPN.com reports.

      In back-to-back weeks, the Carolina Panthers have lost Greg Olsen (foot) and Benjamin in the first half. With the former on injured reserve, the Panthers' passing game would be further marginalized with Benjamin out of the lineup. While there's been no official diagnosis, Benjamin previously tore the ACL in the knee in question, so the Panthers could be bracing for more bad news within the receiving ranks.

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    • Kamar Aiken IND WR
      Colts' Kamar Aiken: Out with concussion
      1h ago

      Kamar Aiken has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Browns due to a concussion, ESPN's Mike Wells reports.

      Aiken remains subject to the league's concussion protocol after sustaining a head injury during the first half of Sunday's tilt. Quan Bray and Matt Hazel could be in line for additional snaps behind T.Y. Hilton and Donte Moncrief, while Aiken's status for Week 4 is unclear at this point.

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    • Kelvin Benjamin CAR WR
      Panthers' Kelvin Benjamin: Hurts left knee
      1h ago

      Kelvin Benjamin is questionable to return to Sunday's game versus the Saints due to a left knee injury, Steve Reed of the Associated Press reports.

      Benjamin was the victim of an awkward tackle in which his left leg was bent behind his body, forcing a significant limp as he went to the sideline. Team trainers were seen evaluating his left knee, an ominous sign considering it's the same one that endured a torn ACL in August of 2015. As long as he's out, Devin Funchess, Russell Shepard and Curtis Samuel will act as the Carolina Panthers ' top three wide receivers.

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    • Marqise Lee JAC WR
      Jaguars' Marqise Lee: Leads team in targets again
      2h ago

      Marqise Lee caught four of seven targets for 65 yards in Sunday's 44-7 win over the Ravens in London.

      Lee had a 35-yard gain on the opening drive and caught three more passes within the first 20 minutes of the game, but he was shut out the rest of the contest as the Jacksonville Jaguars pulled away from the Ravens. Lee did draw the target on two straight plays from the Baltimore 5-yard line in the second quarter, accounting for his first two red-zone looks of the season. He's led the team in targets in both games since Allen Robinson suffered a torn ACL, but teammate Allen Hurns has found the end zone twice despite drawing half as many targets in that span. Lee's volume eventually figures to pay dividends, perhaps starting with a favorable Week 4 road matchup against the Jets.

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    • Kelvin Benjamin CAR WR
      Panthers' Kelvin Benjamin: Injures left leg
      2h ago

      Kelvin Benjamin appeared to injury his left leg during Sunday's game against the Saints, David Newton of ESPN.com reports.

      Benjamin left the field with an obvious limp after his left leg was bent behind his body. During an ensuing evaluation on the sideline, the training staff appeared to be examining his left knee, which endured a torn ACL in August of 2015. Expect the Carolina Panthers to clarify his status in due time.

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    • Kamar Aiken IND WR
      Colts' Kamar Aiken: May have sustained concussion
      2h ago

      Kamar Aiken suffered a head injury in the first quarter of Sunday's game against the Browns and is being evaluated for a concussion, Mike Chappell of of CBS 4 News Indianapolis reports.

      The Indianapolis Colts have turned to Aiken as their No. 3 wideout throughout the season with Chester Rogers (hamstring) having yet to make his debut, so Aiken's possible absence for the remainder of the game will force head coach Chuck Pagano to look at other options for that role. Quan Bray will be first in line to fill in for Aiken.

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    • Jimmy Graham SEA TE
      Seahawks' Jimmy Graham: Active in Week 3
      42m ago

      Jimmy Graham (ankle) is active for Sunday's game at Tennessee.

      Graham didn't inspire confidence in his ability to play with back-to-back absences Wednesday and Thursday. That said, he turned in a full practice Friday, which was followed by a vote of confidence from head coach Pete Carroll. Per Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times, Graham was seen running during a pregame workout and will now look to produce against the Titans' 20th-ranked pass defense (230.5 yards per game).

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    • Adam Shaheen CHI TE
      Bears' Adam Shaheen: Back on field
      1h ago

      Adam Shaheen (hand) returned to Sunday's game against the Steelers, Jay Cohen of the Associated Press reports.

      Shaheen's hand seems to be holding up, as he caught a two-yard touchdown pass in his return. Still, the 6-foot-6, 270-pound tight end's production figures to be sporadic, considering his snaps continue to be limited behind Zach Miller and Dion Sims.

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    • Jesse James PIT TE
      Steelers' Jesse James: Injures shoulder Sunday
      1h ago

      Jesse James is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Bears after suffering a left shoulder injury during the first half, Dale Lolley of the Observer-Reporter reports.

      James' status for the remainder of Sunday's tilt is up in the air at this point, while Vance McDonald and Xavier Grimble now have an opportunity to see additional snaps. Another update regarding James' outlook should become available upon the release of additional information.

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    • Adam Shaheen CHI TE
      Bears' Adam Shaheen: Getting right hand looked at
      1h ago

      Adam Shaheen left Sunday's game against the Steelers and is having his right hand looked at, Adam Jahns of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

      The rookie second-round pick has been playing mainly in a special teams role since Zach Miller and Dion Sims earn a bulk of the targets for Chicago. If he is unable to return, it won't shift the Chicago Bears ' offensive game plan at all, but they'll have to look for another man to cover kicks and punts.

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    • Marcedes Lewis JAC TE
      Jaguars' Marcedes Lewis: Scores three times
      2h ago

      Marcedes Lewis caught four of five targets for 62 yards and three touchdowns in Sunday's 44-7 win over the Ravens in London.

      Held without a catch on four targets over the first two weeks, Lewis shockingly became the first player this season to catch three touchdown passes in a single game. His massive 6-foot-6 frame came in quite useful on scoring passes from 17, 30 and four yards out. Lewis plays the vast majority of offensive snaps and figures to remain a threat in the red zone, but Sunday's outing is still best viewed as an extreme outlier. He only has 31 touchdowns in 157 regular-season games, despite serving as a starter for most of his career. Lewis does draw a favorable Week 4 matchup, heading to New York to face the Jets.

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    • Austin Seferian-Jenkins NYJ TE
      Jets' Austin Seferian-Jenkins: Returns to the mix Sunday
      3h ago

      Austin Seferian-Jenkins , who served a two-game suspension to start the season, is active for Sunday's game against the Dolphins.

      It remains to be seen how heavily Seferian-Jenkins is utilized in his return to the mix, as he gets back up to speed in the New York Jets offense. However, he does figure to be needed Sunday, with fellow tight ends Eric Tomlinson (ankle) and Jordan Leggett (knee) both inactive.

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    • Greg Zuerlein LAR K
      Rams' Greg Zuerlein: Totals 11 points in high-scoring win
      2d ago

      Greg Zuerlein connected on both his field-goal attempts and converted five extra-point kicks during Thursday's 41-39 win over San Francisco.

      With the Los Angeles Rams offense showcasing the ability to move the ball and put points on the scoreboard, Zuerlein's fantasy value is on the rise. Of course, he's also helped his cause by hitting all seven of his field-goal attempts and converting each of his 12 extra-point kicks through three games. The Rams have a favorable matchup against the Cowboys on deck in Week 4, too.

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    • Robbie Gould SF K
      49ers' Robbie Gould: Scores nine points in loss
      2d ago

      Robbie Gould was successful on two field goals Thursday but failed to convert one of his three extra-point tries in a 41-39 loss to the Rams.

      Gould hit from 36 and 48 yards out, bringing him up to a perfect 6-for-6 on field-goal tries this season. His missed PAT in the third quarter proved to be costly after the San Francisco 49ers failed to make up for it with a two-point conversion attempt later in the game, ultimately falling two points short of a miraculous comeback. All things considered, it was a successful night from a fantasy perspective, as Gould's nine points matched the nine he scored last week against the Seahawks. The 34-year-old remains a safe kicking option for Week 4's matchup against the Cardinals.

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    • Aldrick Rosas NYG K
      Giants' Aldrick Rosas: Hits field goal, extra point
      5d ago

      Aldrick Rosas converted a 25-yard field goal and an extra point in Monday's 24-10 loss to Detroit.

      The first-year kicker has now hit both of his attempts on the season, both within 29 yards. Typically the kicker on a team with Odell Beckham Jr., Sterling Shepard and Eli Manning would have starting potential. At this point, however, the New York Giants don't look good enough on that side of the ball to give their kicker much of a chance.

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    • Phil Dawson ARI K
      Cardinals' Phil Dawson: Hits game-winner
      5d ago

      Phil Dawson hit three of four field goals and an extra point in Sunday's 16-13 overtime win over Indianapolis.

      After hitting field goals of 27 and 40 yards earlier in the game, Dawson missed a 42-yarder as time expired in the fourth quarter that would have won the game. After a Jacoby Brissett pick, Dawson got another chance and ripped a 30-yard winner in overtime. The 19-year vet is four of six on field-goal tries to start the season.

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    • Blair Walsh SEA K
      Seahawks' Blair Walsh: Misses PAT in Week 2
      5d ago

      Blair Walsh made two field goals Sunday but missed his only point after attempt.

      Walsh's long was of 27 yards. His penchant for missing PATs is partly what got him released in Minnesota last year.

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    • Matt Prater DET K
      Lions' Matt Prater: Connects from 56 yards on MNF
      5d ago

      Matt Prater converted his only field-goal attempt and lone PAT during Monday's 24-10 victory over the Giants.

      Prater had an angel on his side Monday, as his lone field goal bounced off the horizontal pipe and luckily found its way through the uprights. While that only made for Prater's second field goal try in as many games, both of his attempts have been successful and, notably, from 56 yards out or longer. Next week's matchup with the Falcons should be a high- scoring affair and could lead to more chances for Prater to show off his reputably strong leg.

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    • D.J. Alexander SEA LB
      Seahawks' D.J. Alexander: Sitting out Sunday
      29m ago

      D.J. Alexander (hamstring) is listed as inactive for Sunday's game against the Titans.

      Alexander has played just one defensive snap this season compared to 42 on special teams, so fantasy owners shouldn't be losing sleep over Alexander's absence. Expect Michael Wilhoite to continue to serve as the main relief linebacker.

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    • Terence Garvin SEA OLB
      Seahawks' Terence Garvin: Gearing up for Sunday's game
      33m ago

      Terence Garvin (shoulder) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Titans.

      After missing Week 2, Garvin will return to his starting role at outside linebacker. The 26-year-old recorded three tackles (one solo) and a sack in Week 1, and he'll have to battle against a strong offensive line in Tennessee.

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    • Fletcher Cox PHI DT
      Eagles' Fletcher Cox: Leaves game with unknown ailment
      43m ago

      Fletcher Cox (undisclosed) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Giants, Eliot Shorr-Parks of The Star-Ledger reports.

      The Philadelphia Eagles are now playing without four defensive starters, so a quick return would be ideal. Without the nature of this injury being available to us, it's tough to project the severity or a timeline for his return.

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    • Jordan Hicks PHI MLB
      Eagles' Jordan Hicks: Questionable to return
      1h ago

      Jordan Hicks hurt his ankle Sunday against the Giants and is questionable to return.

      Hicks was a workhorse through the first two weeks, playing every defensive snap (116) and recording 10 tackles (six solo). If he is able to return, expect second-year linebacker Joe Walker to play the first defensive snaps of his career.

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    • Noah Spence TB DE
      Buccaneers' Noah Spence: Back on field
      1h ago

      Noah Spence (shoulder) returned to Sunday's game against the Vikings, Dan Lucas of WFLA News Channel 8 reports.

      It's a good sign that Spence was able to return and this won't be a long-term issue. He slots back into a busy role on the Bucs' defensive line that is missing starting tackle Chris Baker (illness).

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    • Noah Spence TB DE
      Buccaneers' Noah Spence: Leaves game with shoulder ailment
      2h ago

      Noah Spence (shoulder) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Vikings, Roy Cummings of WFLA NewsChannel 8 reports.

      With three defensive starters already injured for Tampa Bay, there's real reasons to worry if Spence's injury turns out to be a long-term problem. The second-year defensive end isn't a starter, but with the injury-riddled Bucs' defensive line, he was due for even more time, especially in pass-rush situations. Spence suffered a torn labrum last season that required surgery, so hopefully this isn't a lingering effect.

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