Jarvis Landry (shoulder) was listed as a non-participant in the Dolphins' Monday practice.
The Dolphins didn't actually hold a practice, but the NFL requires teams playing on Thursday nights to issue would-be injury reports on Mondays. Landry went 7-120-1 against the Browns and wasn't known to be hurt. He played 96 percent of Miami's offensive snaps. Expect Landry to start at Cincinnati.
Dion Sims (ankle) was listed as a limited participant in the Dolphins' Monday practice.
Sims played almost every snap in Miami's Week 3 loss to Cleveland after Jordan Cameron went out with an early-game concussion. Sims' ankle injury likely isn't severe. He will be on the streamer radar for Week 4 against the Bengals.
DeVante Parker (hamstring) was listed as a full participant in the Dolphins' Monday practice.
Parker was "limited" each of the past two weeks, so this is a step in the right direction. He went for 106 yards in Week 2 and hit pay dirt in Week 3.
Titans coach Mike Mularkey said Monday that rookie Tajae Sharpe took a "step back" in Sunday's loss to the Raiders.
Mularkey called Sharpe "inconsistent." Since a solid opener, Sharpe has managed 81 yards on 14 targets the last two games, and has yet to find the end zone this season. He won't be usable this week against Houston's elite defense.
Ravens LG Alex Lewis is in the concussion protocol.
Backup Ryan Jensen closed out last week's game at left guard. A fourth-round rookie, Lewis has pass protected well but struggled as a run blocker so far.
Titans coach Mike Mularkey expects Delanie Walker (hamstring) to resume practicing on Thursday.
Walker was close to playing on Sunday, before being declared inactive. It sounds like the Titans expect him to be in the starting lineup against the Texans.
Jets claimed TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins off waivers from the Bucs.
Jets OC Chan Gailey has a reputation for "not using tight ends," but he also has a reputation for maximizing talent, which Seferian-Jenkins obviously has in spades despite all of his issues off the field. Seferian-Jenkins was popped for DUI last week, leading to his release from the Bucs. Picking him up is an extremely low-risk, high-upside maneuver by Jets GM Mike Maccagnan. Assuming Seferian-Jenkins is intent on continuing his football career, he should be able to earn a role in the offense by the middle of next month. ASJ still lacks re-draft value, but he remains a hold in Dynasty leagues.
Speaking Monday, coach John Fox called Jay Cutler (thumb) "day to day" ahead of the Bears' Week 4 date with the Lions.
Fox is averse to giving legitimate injury updates, but Cutler was reportedly politicking to play last week and might have a chance to return sooner rather than later. We'll be monitoring his situation throughout the week.