|Offense||14th||84.5 (19th)||245.5 (10th)|
|Defense||14th||106.5 (18th)||200.0 (12th)|
Tuitt (biceps) said he will practice Thursday, Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Assuming Tuitt is true to his word, it would mark his first practice since suffering the biceps injury in the Steelers' season-opening win over the Browns. Per Dulac, Tuitt said he expects to know by the weekend if he'll be able to suit up Sunday against the Bears, which should be made apparent by the extent of his involvement in practices Thursday and Friday. Tyson Alualu has served as Tuitt's primary replacement while he's been sidelined, logging eight total tackles in two contests.
Kosorenkov was released from his professional tryout agreement by the Flyers on Thursday.
Kosorenkov will return to QMJHL Victoriaville after having left Philadelphia's camp without securing an entry-level contract. The winger impressed during the organization's development camp, but apparently didn't do enough in training camp to secure a contract. If the 19-year-old can replicate his 2016-17 numbers (34 goals and 29 assists), he probably won't have to wait long to earn that entry-level deal from one of the league's 31 clubs.
Norris will start Saturday against the Astros, Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Andrew Heaney (shoulder) isn't ready to return, and that means the Angels will have to go with another bullpen game, headed by Norris, while in the midst of the wild-card hunt. Norris has struggled to an 8.84 ERA and 1.91 WHIP since the All-Star break and he only went two innings (21 pitches) last week in his first start of the season.
Nelson missed all but the Packers' first series of their Week 2 loss to the Falcons after exiting the contest with a charley horse that didn't loosen up enough for him to reenter the contest. With a few days to recuperate, however, Nelson seems to be over the issue, as he was a full participant in Wednesday's practice and looks set to face no limitations in Week 3. Per Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com, Nelson was back on the field again for practice Thursday, adding further credence to that notion.
Instead, Anderson was spotted working out with team trainers at a distant field, which will likely result in the Jets listing him as a non-practice participant for the second straight day. Anderson's activity in the team's final session of the week Friday will be most telling regarding his status for Sunday's game against the Dolphins, but the wideout's lack of involvement the last two days suggests that he could be at serious risk of being inactive for the contest. After Quincy Enunwa (neck) was placed on injured reserve prior to the season, Anderson was widely expected to serve as the Jets' top receiver in 2017, but he's been outpaced in targets, catches and yardage by Jermaine Kearse in both of the team's games.