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    • Dan Bailey DAL K
      Cowboys' Dan Bailey: No FG chances Monday
      1h ago

      Dan Bailey connected on all four of his extra-point attempts in Monday's win over the Cardinals.

      The Dallas Cowboys were efficient on the rare occasions they got into the red zone Monday, denying Bailey his usual couple of field-goal opportunities. Expect him to be more productive Sunday at home against the Rams.

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    • Jason Witten DAL TE
      Cowboys' Jason Witten: Doesn't make impact Monday
      1h ago

      Jason Witten caught just one of four targets for three yards in Monday's win over the Cardinals.

      He threw some big blocks in the second half to open holes for Ezekiel Elliott, but the veteran tight end didn't do much to pad his own stat line. Witten could be kept close to the line to block again in Week 4 against a dangerous Rams front seven, potentially capping his targets and fantasy ceiling.

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    • John Brown ARI WR
      Cardinals' John Brown: Works out on field before game
      1h ago

      John Brown (quad) worked out on the field prior to Monday's 28-17 loss to the Cowboys, Mike Jurecki of Arizona Sports 98.7 FM reports.

      Brown didn't practice last week and was ruled out on Saturday's final injury report, but he was at least spotted doing some individual work Friday, Saturday and Monday. The modest step forward could set him up for a return to practice as the Arizona Cardinals prepare for a favorable Week 4 matchup against the 49ers. It's unclear how much of a role Brown will have once he returns, as his inability to stay healthy has been a source of frustration for coach Bruce Arians.

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    • Terrance Williams DAL WR
      Cowboys' Terrance Williams: Three catches Monday
      1h ago

      Terrance Williams caught three of four targets for 47 yards in Monday's win over the Cardinals.

      The target volume was his lowest so far this season, but Williams still managed his best yards per catch average in 2017 despite being at less than 100 percent due to a nagging ankle issue. He'll have a short week to rest and recover before the Dallas Cowboys host the Rams on Sunday, and his production may remain limited at least until after Dallas' bye in Week 6.

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    • Melvin Gordon LAC RB
      Chargers' Melvin Gordon: Downplays knee injury
      1h ago

      Melvin Gordon and head coach Anthony Lynn both downplayed the severity of the running back's knee injury, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports. "He's sore," Lynn said. "He was sore last week. We'll monitor him this week, but I'm sure he'll be fine."

      Gordon was a late addition to last week's injury report and ultimately played only 45 percent of offensive snaps in Sunday's 24-10 loss to the Chiefs, but he still managed 79 yards and a touchdown on 17 carries. He's dealing with a bone bruise in the same left knee that required microfracture surgery after his rookie season and necessitated a three-game absence after he sprained it Week 14 last year. While the history does add a level of concern, neither Gordon nor his coach sound too worried about the running back's availability for Sunday against Philadelphia. The bigger question, perhaps, is whether Gordon will be handle the type of workload he took on Week 1 (76-percent snap share) and Week 2 (83 percent). If not, Branden Oliver will handle most of what Gordon leaves behind, with undrafted rookie Austin Ekeler potentially also getting a few touches.

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    • Sam Bradford MIN QB
      Vikings' Sam Bradford: Uncertain to practice this week
      1h ago

      Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer admitted Monday that he wasn't certain Sam Bradford (knee) would practice this week, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. "It's really day to day," Zimmer said, regarding Bradford's availability for practice. "We'll just see how the week goes and go from there."

      After submitting a dominant performance in the Vikings' season-opening win, Bradford has missed the team's last two games while experiencing soreness in his surgically repaired left knee. The veteran signal caller visited Dr. James Andrews in Florida last weekend for a second opinion on his knee, and with Andrews detecting no structural damage, it appears the Vikings are content to evaluate Bradford ahead of each week to determine his status. Zimmer reiterated that Bradford would take back his starting role once healthy enough to do so, though the career-best performance (25-for-33, 369 yards, three touchdowns) by replacement Case Keenum in the Week 3 win over the Buccaneers may give the Vikings more reason not to rush Bradford back to the field at less than 100 percent health.

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    • Sam Bradford MIN QB
      Vikings' Sam Bradford: Uncertain to practice this week
      1h ago

      Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer admitted Monday that he wasn't certain Sam Bradford (knee) would practice this week, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. "It's really day to day," Zimmer said, regarding Bradford's availability for practice. "We'll just see how the week goes and go from there."

      After submitting a dominant performance in the Vikings' season-opening win, Bradford has missed the team's last two games while experiencing soreness in his surgically repaired left knee. The veteran signal caller visited Dr. James Andrews in Florida last weekend for a second opinion on his knee, and with Andrews detecting no structural damage, it appears the Vikings are content to evaluate Bradford ahead of each week to determine his status. Zimmer reiterated that Bradford would take back his starting role once healthy enough to do so, though the career-best performance (25-for-33, 369 yards, three touchdowns) by replacement Case Keenum in the Week 3 win over the Buccaneers may give the Vikings more reason not to rush Bradford back to the field at less than 100 percent health.

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    • Carson Palmer ARI QB
      Cardinals' Carson Palmer: Tosses two touchdowns in loss
      13h ago

      Carson Palmer completed 29 of 48 passes for 325 yards and two touchdowns in Monday night's 28-17 loss to the Cowboys.

      Palmer was regularly under siege by Dallas' pass rush, evidenced by the six sacks he took in Arizona's losing effort. Despite limited time to throw, however, Palmer was still able to manufacture a second straight game with over 320 passing yards. With a touchdown on both sides of halftime, Palmer also managed to double his season total without adding any more turnovers to his tally. As Palmer and the Arizona Cardinals offense searches for ways to replace David Johnson's (wrist) production, a home matchup against the 49ers awaits in Week 4.

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    • Dak Prescott DAL QB
      Cowboys' Dak Prescott: Notches three touchdowns in victory
      14h ago

      Dak Prescott completed 13 of 18 passes for 183 yards and two touchdowns in Monday night's 28-17 win over the Cardinals. He also rushed three times for 16 yards and another score.

      Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys endured a rough Week 2, but the quarterback rebounded in excellent fashion on the big stage Monday night. After an acrobatic 10-yard touchdown rush to end the first half, Prescott connected with top wideout Dez Bryant to give Dallas the lead midway through the third quarter. He then helped clinch victory with a 37-yard touchdown toss to begin the fourth. While Prescott failed to reach the 200-yard mark, his average of over 10 yards per attempt evidences an efficient night, leaving his three touchdowns to compensate for any missed volume.

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    • Andrew Luck IND QB
      Colts' Andrew Luck: Won't return this week
      21h ago

      Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano confirmed that Andrew Luck (shoulder) will not return Week 4 in Seattle, Mike Chappell of of CBS 4 News Indianapolis reports.

      The Colts are hopeful Luck can resume practicing as soon as this week, but he's expected to need quite a bit of time before he's cleared to play in a game. Even Week 5 seems highly optimistic, though Pagano was only willing to rule the quarterback out for one more game as of Monday. Jacoby Brissett will start against the Seahawks on Sunday.

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    • Teddy Bridgewater MIN QB
      Vikings' Teddy Bridgewater: Report says ready to practice in three weeks
      1d ago

      Teddy Bridgewater (knee) will be ready to come off the PUP list and practice in three weeks when he's eligible, a source told NBC's Pro Football Talk.

      Bridgewater has not returned to practice since suffering a torn ACL during training camp in 2016. He's technically eligible to return in Week 7. There have been a few reports from unnamed sources in the past few weeks that he'll be ready to play midseason, but there's been no official word from the Minnesota Vikings . His return to practice may become a contract issue as the Vikings may be motivated to keep him on the PUP list all season, as it would extend his rookie contract another year and delay his free agency until at least 2019.

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    • Andrew Luck IND QB
      Colts' Andrew Luck: Could return to practice soon
      1d ago

      Though Andrew Luck (right shoulder) could return to practice as soon as this week, Stephen Holder of the Indianapolis Star suggests that the QB is expected to "need significant practice time" before he sees game action.

      Luck is thus inching toward an eventual return to action, with Jacoby Brissett, who led the Indianapolis Colts to 31-28 win over the Browns on Sunday, slated to handle the team's QB duties in the meantime. While a target date for Luck's first game in 2017 has not yet been mapped out, it seems pretty safe to assume that his season debut will not occur in Week 4.

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    • Chris Thompson WAS RB
      Redskins' Chris Thompson: Not in line for expanded role
      1h ago

      Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden reiterated Monday that when healthy, Rob Kelley (ribs) will act as the team's lead running back and suggested that Chris Thompson won't be in store for a larger role in the offense, John Keim of ESPN.com reports. "[Thompson is] going to keep pushing me for [more carries], but he's not going to get them," Gruden said.

      Thompson has been the Redskins' top weapon through the first three contests, averaging 8.5 yards per carry on 14 totes and amassing 231 receiving yards on his way to four scores. For all Thompson's success, the Redskins' coaching staff is cognizant that the fifth-year back is at his best when he's deployed as a pass catcher or change-of-pace runner rather than as a chain mover between the tackles. Because the latter situations are where most of the carries will come from, either Kelley or Samaje Perine (hand) looks bound to outpace Thompson in touches most weeks, but Thompson shouldn't have much trouble besting them in terms of efficiency. Even so, it's unlikely that Thompson will continue ripping off big plays to the extent he has through the first three games, making it somewhat risky for fantasy owners to rely on him as a viable weekly option.

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    • Rob Kelley WAS RB
      Redskins' Rob Kelley: Still lead rusher once healthy
      1h ago

      Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden said Rob Kelley (ribs) will still be the team's lead runner once he is healthy, ESPN.com's John Keim reports. "He got [78] yards rushing in a quarter and a half last week, so he's still our No. 1 lead dog," Gruden said on Monday.

      Samaje Perine (hand) has failed to take advantage of Kelley's absence over the past six and a half quarters, averaging just 2.9 yards on 40 carries and also losing a fumble. Passing-down back Chris Thompson has been the clear early-season standout, but Gruden said he doesn't have any plans to increase Thompson's role. Kelley is considered day-to-day and likely will reclaim his job as the lead runner if he's able to return for Week 4 in Kansas City. A full practice before the end of the week would be an excellent sign, considering he was limited all last week and didn't end up playing.

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    • Melvin Gordon LAC RB
      Chargers' Melvin Gordon: Downplays knee injury
      1h ago

      Melvin Gordon and head coach Anthony Lynn both downplayed the severity of the running back's knee injury, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports. "He's sore," Lynn said. "He was sore last week. We'll monitor him this week, but I'm sure he'll be fine."

      Gordon was a late addition to last week's injury report and ultimately played only 45 percent of offensive snaps in Sunday's 24-10 loss to the Chiefs, but he still managed 79 yards and a touchdown on 17 carries. He's dealing with a bone bruise in the same left knee that required microfracture surgery after his rookie season and necessitated a three-game absence after he sprained it Week 14 last year. While the history does add a level of concern, neither Gordon nor his coach sound too worried about the running back's availability for Sunday against Philadelphia. The bigger question, perhaps, is whether Gordon will be handle the type of workload he took on Week 1 (76-percent snap share) and Week 2 (83 percent). If not, Branden Oliver will handle most of what Gordon leaves behind, with undrafted rookie Austin Ekeler potentially also getting a few touches.

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    • Orleans Darkwa NYG RB
      Giants' Orleans Darkwa: Injury considered 'nothing major'
      3h ago

      A source close to Orleans Darkwa suggested Monday the running back's back injury is "nothing major," Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports.

      The New York Giants have yet to formally disclose the results of the follow-up examinations that Darkwa required Monday, but it sounds as though the source may have been privy to that information. Assuming Darkwa's back injury is indeed not overly concerning, he could be on the field for practice this week and would have a legitimate chance to play Sunday against the Buccaneers. With starter Paul Perkins sputtering through the first three games, Darkwa has seen his role in the offense grow steadily, and it wouldn't be surprising if he eventually leapfrogged Perkins on the depth chart.

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    • Andre Ellington ARI RB
      Cardinals' Andre Ellington: Totals 81 yards
      13h ago

      Andre Ellington caught five of eight targets for 59 yards and rushed five times for 22 yards in Monday night's 28-17 loss to the Cowboys.

      Ellington surprisingly led the Arizona Cardinals in rushing, illustrating just how much they struggled in that department on the night. By doing so in seven fewer carries than Chris Johnson, however, Ellington could make a push for more handoffs in Week 4. Already a superior pass-catcher to Johnson, Ellington trailed only Larry Fitzgerald in the major receiving categories Monday. As a result, if he can get more carries, Ellington's fantasy stock could rise thanks to his versatility in David Johnson's (wrist) absence.

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    • Chris Johnson ARI RB
      Cardinals' Chris Johnson: Struggles on 13 touches
      13h ago

      Chris Johnson rushed 12 times for 17 yards and caught one of his two targets for four yards in Monday night's 28-17 loss to the Cowboys.

      Johnson was handed at least seven more carries than any of his teammates, but the veteran struggled to find running lanes. Overall, the Arizona Cardinals ' long rush of the night went for six yards, so Johnson wasn't alone in that respect, but he'll be frustrated by his performance nonetheless. Add in the fact fellow tailback Andre Ellington totaled 22 yards on five carries and 59 yards on as many catches, and Johnson could face more competition for touches in Week 4 versus the 49ers.

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    • John Brown ARI WR
      Cardinals' John Brown: Works out on field before game
      1h ago

      John Brown (quad) worked out on the field prior to Monday's 28-17 loss to the Cowboys, Mike Jurecki of Arizona Sports 98.7 FM reports.

      Brown didn't practice last week and was ruled out on Saturday's final injury report, but he was at least spotted doing some individual work Friday, Saturday and Monday. The modest step forward could set him up for a return to practice as the Arizona Cardinals prepare for a favorable Week 4 matchup against the 49ers. It's unclear how much of a role Brown will have once he returns, as his inability to stay healthy has been a source of frustration for coach Bruce Arians.

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    • Terrance Williams DAL WR
      Cowboys' Terrance Williams: Three catches Monday
      1h ago

      Terrance Williams caught three of four targets for 47 yards in Monday's win over the Cardinals.

      The target volume was his lowest so far this season, but Williams still managed his best yards per catch average in 2017 despite being at less than 100 percent due to a nagging ankle issue. He'll have a short week to rest and recover before the Dallas Cowboys host the Rams on Sunday, and his production may remain limited at least until after Dallas' bye in Week 6.

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    • Corey Davis TEN WR
      Titans' Corey Davis: Not being ruled out for Week 4
      3h ago

      Tennessee Titans coach Mike Mularkey said Monday that Corey Davis (hamstring) could have a shot at playing in the team's Week 4 matchup with the Texans, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.

      The wideout missed the first game of his career Sunday in Seattle, which may have played a factor in top receiver Rishard Matthews netting a season-high 10 targets in the victory. Davis was unable to practice last week, but from the beginning, Mularkey has termed the rookie's injury as a day-to-day concern, which lends credence to the notion that Davis might be able to suit up come Sunday. It will be worthwhile for fantasy owners to monitor Davis' participation level in the Titans' practices Wednesday through Friday to get a better sense of his status for Week 4.

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    • De'Anthony Thomas KC WR
      Chiefs' De'Anthony Thomas: Avoids structural damage to shoulder
      4h ago

      De'Anthony Thomas was cleared of any structural damage to the shoulder he injured in Sunday's win over the Chargers and has been diagnosed with a deep contusion, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

      While it appears Thomas won't be in store for an extended absence due to the shoulder, the bruising he's experiencing could result in his workload in practice being limited this week. The Kansas City Chiefs are considering Thomas, who has amassed 16 total yards through three games, day-to-day in advance of Sunday's Week 4 matchup with the Redskins.

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    • Larry Fitzgerald ARI WR
      Cardinals' Larry Fitzgerald: Heroics not enough in loss
      12h ago

      Larry Fitzgerald caught 13 of 15 targets for 149 yards and a touchdown in Monday night's 28-17 loss to the Cowboys.

      Fitzgerald put together a vintage performance, tying his career high in receptions while accounting for his highest yardage since Week 8 of the 2014 campaign. Without tailback David Johnson (wrist) available, the 34-year-old Fitzgerald is Arizona's most dependable playmaker, as was on display Monday. While the veteran's numbers were inflated by three catches of 20-plus yards, Fitzgerald's 15-yard touchdown during the third quarter was a more familiar sight at this stage in his career. Although it wasn't enough to lead his team to victory, Fitzgerald surely helped plenty fantasy owners with his Week 3 outburst.

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    • Andre Holmes BUF WR
      Bills' Andre Holmes: Second touchdown of 2017
      13h ago

      Andre Holmes caught both of his targets for six yards and a touchdown in Sunday's win over the Broncos.

      The touchdown was a fluke, as it actually tipped off rookie Zay Jones and took a fortuitous bounce into Holmes' veteran hands. Those using him in deep leagues will take it, but are also realizing he's a non-starting option for a bad passing team and there are likely to be several weeks with empty production. Holmes saw the field for 34 percent of the offensive snaps Sunday.

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    • Jason Witten DAL TE
      Cowboys' Jason Witten: Doesn't make impact Monday
      1h ago

      Jason Witten caught just one of four targets for three yards in Monday's win over the Cardinals.

      He threw some big blocks in the second half to open holes for Ezekiel Elliott, but the veteran tight end didn't do much to pad his own stat line. Witten could be kept close to the line to block again in Week 4 against a dangerous Rams front seven, potentially capping his targets and fantasy ceiling.

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    • Vernon Davis WAS TE
      Redskins' Vernon Davis: Finds paydirt on SNF
      18h ago

      Vernon Davis secured all five of his targets for 58 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 27-10 victory over the Raiders.

      It's hard to believe just how fast and nimble Davis is in his age-33 season, but he reminded a few Raiders defenders Sunday night that he's still a force to be reckoned with in this league -- namely CB Sean Smith, who was benched by Oakland after getting torched by Davis on an 18-yard scoring strike. Of course, Davis only started because Jordan Reed (chest) wasn't able to play, but Reed is averaging over four missed games per season he's been in the league, making Davis very relevant in most formats for occasional streaming purposes.

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    • Jermaine Gresham ARI TE
      Cardinals' Jermaine Gresham: Playing Monday
      18h ago

      Jermaine Gresham (ribs) is listed as active Monday against the Cowboys, Darren Urban of the Arizona Cardinals ' official site reports.

      While there was some worry he'd sit out again, Gresham will miss just one game as a result of the rib injury sustained in the season opener. Assuming he's healthy, he should receive the majority of the tight-end snaps, which could yield fruit with skill-position players like David Johnson (wrist) and John Brown (quadriceps) sidelined.

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    • Jared Cook OAK TE
      Raiders' Jared Cook: Catches first touchdown as Raider
      19h ago

      Jared Cook caught four passes for 43 yards and a touchdown on six targets during Sunday's loss to the Redskins.

      Cook, who was limited by a shoulder injury earlier in the week, led the Oakland Raiders in receiving yards and scored the team's lone touchdown during an otherwise disastrous offensive performance. The team's No. 1 tight end has remained consistent through his first three games as a Raider, catching 13 passes for 124 yards on 17 targets. He'll look to find the end zone again in Week 4 against a tough Broncos defense.

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    • Seth DeValve CLE TE
      Browns' Seth DeValve: Sees five targets versus Colts
      19h ago

      Seth DeValve secured two of five targets for 29 yards during Sunday's 31-28 loss to the Colts.

      Even though DeValve was on the field more often than David Njoku on Sunday, it was the rookie tight end who finished with the better day. DeValve finished with just one more target while Njoku found the end zone for the second consecutive week. If there's a silver lining here, it's that DeValve is still garnering targets. He's fourth on the team with 14 and is second in receiving yards with 132. But until he starts scoring touchdowns, his fantasy value is almost non-existent.

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    • David Njoku CLE TE
      Browns' David Njoku: Finds paydirt for second consecutive week
      19h ago

      David Njoku hauled in two of his four targets for 12 yards and a score in Sunday's 31-28 loss to the Colts.

      The rookie tight end was only on the field for 39 percent of Cleveland's offensive plays but still managed to find paydirt for the second consecutive week when DeShone Kizer found him for a one-yard score just before halftime. Seth DeValve has now played more snaps than Njoku in two of the first three weeks, but Njoku's knack for the end zone is starting to become a trend, making him the Cleveland Browns ' tight end to own in deep/dynasty leagues.

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    • Dan Bailey DAL K
      Cowboys' Dan Bailey: No FG chances Monday
      1h ago

      Dan Bailey connected on all four of his extra-point attempts in Monday's win over the Cardinals.

      The Dallas Cowboys were efficient on the rare occasions they got into the red zone Monday, denying Bailey his usual couple of field-goal opportunities. Expect him to be more productive Sunday at home against the Rams.

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    • Harrison Butker CAR K
      Chiefs' Harrison Butker: Inks deal with Kansas City
      2h ago

      The Kansas City Chiefs signed Harrison Butker off the Panthers' practice squad Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

      Cairo Santos, who may have aggravated a lingering groin injury after he took a hit on a roughing penalty in the Week 3 win over the Chargers, was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, paving the way for Butker to step in to handle kicking duties for Kansas City. Butker ended up losing the kicking battle to incumbent Graham Gano in Carolina during the preseason, but he could be inheriting a more fertile scoring situation with the Chiefs, who have fielded a surprisingly potent offense early on. Considering that Santos is tied for the league lead with 12 extra points on the campaign, Butker could justify a roster spot even in shallow formats so long as the Chiefs offense continues to reach the red zone with regularity.

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    • Cairo Santos KC K
      Chiefs' Cairo Santos: Lands on IR
      2h ago

      The Kansas City Chiefs placed Cairo Santos (groin) on injured reserve Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

      According to Terez A. Paylor of The Kansas City Star, Santos, who missed three weeks of training camp with a groin injury, was kicking for the Chiefs during the first three weeks of the season while still recovering from the issue. While the injury didn't seem to hinder his performance -- he made all 12 of his extra-point attempts and all three of his field-goal tries -- Santos was on the receiving end of a big hit in Sunday's win over the Chargers, which may have presented further aggravation. The extent of Santos' setback is unclear, but it's conceivable that he could be one of two players the Chiefs elect to reinstate from IR once he spends at least eight weeks on the inactive list. In the meantime, the Chiefs signed Harrison Butker to fill the void at kicker, and he could be of immediate intrigue in most formats given the potency of the Kansas City offense this season.

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    • Jake Elliott PHI K
      Eagles' Jake Elliott: Makes 61-yard FG for game winner
      13h ago

      Jake Elliott made two of three field-goal tries and added three extra points in Sunday's win over the Giants.

      The rookie missed from 52 yards in the third quarter but more than atoned for it with a field goal from 46 to tie the game with under a minute remaining and then the 61-yarder as time expired to win it. Having achieved legendary status in only his second game for Philadelphia, one wonders if he will cede the job back to Caleb Sturgis when the veteran returns from IR. Of course, the former Bengals practice-squad signee can't afford to keep hooking a kick left each game for that to be a realistic possibility.

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    • Dustin Hopkins WAS K
      Redskins' Dustin Hopkins: Makes two of three field-goal attempts
      16h ago

      Dustin Hopkins was 2-for-3 on field-goal attempts and 3-for-3 on extra-point attempts in Sunday's win over the Raiders.

      Hopkins converted from 23 and 28 yards but pulled a 52 yard attempt wide left in the third quarter. It's the 26-year-old's second miss from 50-plus this season, but he has been a perfect 5-for-5 from shorter distances.

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    • Cairo Santos KC K
      Chiefs' Cairo Santos: Remains perfect through Week 3
      18h ago

      Cairo Santos knocked home a 34-yard field goal and added three extra-points during Sunday's win over the Chargers.

      Santos has attempted just three field goals through three weeks, but he's made all of them along with each of his 12 extra-point attempts. Kansas City's offense appears to be clicking on a weekly basis, so Santos should numerous opportunities as the season rolls along.

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    • Jalen Mills PHI CB
      Eagles' Jalen Mills: Tallies double-digit tackles in win
      12h ago

      Jalen Mills made 12 tackles and deflected two passes in Sunday's victory over the Giants.

      Nine of the tackles were of the solo variety. This marked the second time this season Mills led the Philadelphia Eagles in tackles. As long as opposing offenses view him as an easy target, his IDP-league production should remain solid.

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    • Sean Lee DAL MLB
      Cowboys' Sean Lee: Sustains hamstring injury
      13h ago

      Sean Lee suffered a hamstring injury during Monday's game against Arizona, David Helman of the Dallas Cowboys ' official site reports.

      Lee played most of the game before suffering the injury, which allowed him to still lead the team with eight tackles. The severity of the injury remains unclear ahead of Week 4's matchup against the Rams.

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    • Jourdan Lewis DAL CB
      Cowboys' Jourdan Lewis: Suffers hamstring injury
      13h ago

      Jourdan Lewis suffered a hamstring injury during Monday's game against Arizona, David Helman of the Dallas Cowboys ' official site reports.

      Lewis still managed to record six tackles despite suffering the injury, but it's unclear if the hamstring issue will linger into Week 4 against the Rams.

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    • Zach Brown WAS ILB
      Redskins' Zach Brown: Leads team in tackles
      15h ago

      Zach Brown led the Washington Redskins in tackles with 10 (five solo) including one for a loss in Sunday's victory over the Raiders.

      Brown has now reached a double-digit tackle total in each of the Redskins first three games. He played in 51 defensive snaps in the contest, and is showing now signs of slowing down. The 27-year-old will look to stay hot in Monday's clash with the Chiefs.

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    • Ryan Kerrigan WAS OLB
      Redskins' Ryan Kerrigan: Continues sack streak to start the season
      16h ago

      Ryan Kerrigan recorded another sack in Sunday's victory over the Raiders to bring his season total to 2.5.

      Kerrigan has been quite active to start the season, as he has either a sack or half a sack in each game to go along with a forced fumble, an interception, and a touchdown. The 29-year-old saw 42 snaps (82%), and figures to continue seeing a similar workload. He will seek to continue his sack streak Monday night against the Chiefs.

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    • Bradley Roby DEN FS
      Broncos' Bradley Roby: Wearing boot Monday
      16h ago

      Bradley Roby (foot) was wearing a boot on his left foot Monday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Denver Post reports.

      Roby started off last week in a boot as a precautionary measure, as well, so at this point we'll assume it's more of the same. The 25-year-old played 30 of 65 defensive snaps against the Bills on Sunday and did not appear to suffer a setback.

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