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According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Bears have yet to have any discussions about replacing Mike Glennon with first-round rookie Mitchell Trubisky.

The Bears have consistently said they plan to start Glennon all season, so it is not a surprise they remain committed even after a dreadful start Week 2 against the Bucs. That said, the leash has to be shorter now than it was before last week's game, and rumblings for Trubisky will only grow louder if Glennon struggles again this week. The safe money is on the rookie making starts this year.
Sep 24 - 10:26 AM

According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Andrew Luck (shoulder) is targeting Week 6 against the Titans for his return.

Luck has yet to show any signs of tangible progress in his recovery from offseason shoulder surgery but according to Rapsheet, the Colts finally see "a light at the end of the tunnel." Rapoport also suggested Luck could begin practicing this week, which would obviously be a big step in his recovery. Sophomore quarterback Jacoby Brissett will continue to hold down the fort during Luck's absence.
Sep 24 - 10:19 AM

Ravens DE Brent Urban exited Week 3 against the Jaguars with a foot sprain.

He is questionable to return. It is the last thing the Ravens need with Brandon Williams already out and the Jaguars dominating early in the game.
Sep 24 - 10:16 AM

According to ESPN's Brian Franey, Giants CB Janoris Jenkins (questionable, ankle) is on track to play Sunday against the Eagles.

Franey was told by a team official that Jenkins "looked good" during Saturday's walkthrough and that barring a setback during warmups, he should be ready to roll against the Eagles. Jenkins will be tasked with quieting Eagles stud Alshon Jeffery, who is coming off a seven-catch, 92-yard performance in Week 2.
Sep 24 - 10:14 AM

Dan Duggan of NJ Advance Media expects Giants. CB Janoris Jenkins (questionable, ankle) to be inactive for Sunday's game against the Eagles.

Jenkins sat out Monday night's game with an ankle injury and was absent from practice this week. He'll likely test out his ankle in warmups just as he did in Week 2, though Duggan believes there's "little reason for optimism." His absence would be an upgrade to Alshon Jeffery's matchup.
Source: nj.com
Sep 24 - 9:40 AM

According to Jason La Canfora, the Bengals "anticipate a bigger role" for Joe Mixon going forward.

La Canfora expects Mixon to be one of the "primary beneficiaries" of Bill Lazor's promotion to OC and believes the "division of labor" in Cincinnati's backfield will soon "skew further in his direction." Mixon leads the team with 17 carries, though he's been significantly out-snapped by passing-down back Giovani Bernard. If Mixon's role does increase, it will likely come at the expense of Jeremy Hill, who has shown little in the early going (12 carries for 43 yards).
Source: CBS Sports
Sep 24 - 9:23 AM

The Ravens are expected to start Buck Allen at running back against the Jaguars in London.

It's great news for opportunistic fantasy owners who went with Allen over Kerwynn Williams on the post-Week 1 waiver wire. Whereas Williams is essentially useless in Arizona from a fantasy standpoint, Allen is now a locked-in RB2.
Sep 24 - 9:12 AM

Giants coach Ben McAdoo will continue to call plays this week.

McAdoo considered giving up playcalling with the offense managing just one touchdown through the first two weeks. The Giants "remain committed to their plan" after McAdoo decided against giving the title to OC Mike Sullivan in the offseason. McAdoo will call plays for at least another week, but there could be some offensive changes in a must-win game with the Eagles.
Source: NFL Network
Sep 24 - 9:02 AM
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