Roddy White expressed discontent with his role in the Falcons' offense, saying he wants "to catch passes."
White believes he has been getting open, but said he is "not in the progression" for Matt Ryan. White has two catches total in the last three games and has been targeted just five times. He is clearly behind Leonard Hankerson in the pecking order right now, and unless these comments change something, he should continue to play behind Handerson moving forward. White can be dropped in redraft leagues.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh said WR Breshad Perriman (knee) did not suffer a new injury when he appeared to pull up during a pregame workout prior to Week 3.
Perriman underwent a knee scope less than a week after the incident, but Harbaugh said the scope dealt with the original injury. "It's just a slow-healing deal," Harbaugh said. "He's had probably one of the all-time slowest healing sprained PCLs ever. That's nothing against him. It's just the way it is." There is no timetable on Perriman's return. He can be dropped in redraft leagues.
Eagles CB Byron Maxwell (bruised quad) is expected to play Week 5 against the Saints.
Maxwell was knocked out of the Eagles' Week 4 loss to the Redskins early in the first quarter. It is theoretically good news for Philadelphia, but it is not as if Maxwell had been a shutdown corner through three weeks. Rookie Eric Rowe could continue to see expanded snaps with Maxwell less than 100 percent.
Lions DT Tyrunn Walker suffered a "significant" ankle injury Week 4 against the Seahawks.
"I anticipate the doctors got to look at him and that kind of thing, but it's pretty significant," coach Jim Caldwell said. Caldwell intimated Walker suffered a broken ankle. He is likely done for the season.
Lions DT Haloti Ngata will have an MRI on his injured calf on Tuesday.
Ngata went down early in the third quarter Monday night against the Seahawks. He was replaced by Tyrunn Walker, who suffered what looked like a significant ankle injury after subbing in. With Walker likely out for the season, Detroit cannot afford for Ngata to miss many snaps.
Bills GM Doug Whaley said RB Karlos Williams is in the league's concussion protocol.
Williams sustained the concussion Week 4 against the Giants, but he did not get diagnosed until Monday night. It is not unheard of for a player to pass through the protocol in less than a week, but Williams is extremely questionable for Week 5. With LeSean McCoy (hamstring) out at least another couple weeks, the Bills would turn to Boobie Dixon, Cierre Wood and likely a running back off the street to handle the carries if Williams cannot play.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said he is "hoping" RB Marshawn Lynch will be "ready to go" Week 5 against the Bengals.
"His best day was today," Carroll said. "He ran pretty well in pregame, but they did not think he could sustain through the game and come out healthy again the next week." It sounds like Lynch is on track play, but we would like to see him get in some practice time on a short week before declaring him good to go. With Fred Jackson (ankle) likely out this week, Thomas Rawls would handle all of the backfield work if Lynch is forced to sit.
Dolphins interim coach Dan Campbell is expected to decide if DC Kevin Coyle will remain with the team on Tuesday.
It should not be much of a decision. The Dolphins have given up 642 yards on the ground through four weeks and have given up the 12th-most points in the league despite a schedule which featured Blake Bortles, Kirk Cousins and Ryan Fitzpatrick. Coyle is not popular in the locker room and has not gotten results on the field. He should be relieved of his duties.