Texans LT Duane Brown (quad) has been ruled out for Week 4.
Brown did practice some this week and is targeting a Week 5 return.
Kenneth Dixon (knee) is doubtful for Week 4 against the Raiders.
He returned to a limited practice this week but won't suit up against Oakland. Dixon is aiming to return against Washington in Week 5. It could take Dixon a few games to settle in but there's a good chance he'll rise to the top of Baltimore's running back depth chart by the end of the year. He's a worthy bench stash.
Ravens LT Ronnie Stanley (foot) is listed as doubtful for Week 4.
The Ravens are also in danger of being without LG Alex Lewis, who is questionable with a concussion. Even against a weak Raiders defense, these losses are concerns for Joe Flacco's viability as a streamer. Stanley's backup is James Hurst, who has historically struggled mightily in spot starts. Lewis' backup is John Urschel, who is also questionable with a shoulder injury.
The Chargers may be without three offensive line starters for Sunday's game versus New Orleans.
Chargers LT King Dunlap (migraines) has been ruled out, while RT Joe Barksdale (foot) and LG Orlando Franklin (back) are listed as questionable. Barksdale did not practice on Friday, a typically ominous sign. Franklin did get in a limited session. Melvin Gordon has a dream matchup against the Saints in Week 4, but he may have to overcome a significantly short-handed offensive line.
Redskins CB Bashaud Breeland (ankle) is out for Week 4 against the Browns.
He's week to week with a high-ankle sprain. Josh Norman and Greg Toler will cover the boundaries for Washington with Dashaun Phillips handling slot duties.
Bucs WR Cecil Shorts (hamstring) is out for Week 4.
Indeed, Shorts is still in the league. We just looked it up.
DeSean Jackson has been removed from the Redskins' Week 4 injury report.
The same was the case last week. Jackson was held out Wednesday, "limited" on Thursday, and "full" on Friday. He will start against Cleveland.
Isaiah Crowell (knee) is no longer on the Browns' injury report.
Crowell has practiced fully the last two days after being limited at Wednesday's session. He's been Cleveland's most consistent contributor on offense this year and makes for a nice RB2 play against the Redskins in Week 4.