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Redskins S Su'a Cravens (exempt/left squad list) hasn't ruled out returning next season.

Cravens told the Redskins in early September he planned to retire. He met with the team this week, but won't be back in 2017. Cravens has a lengthy injury history and could use a year off to get healthy. The Redskins are moving forward with D.J. Swearinger, Montae Nicholson, and DeShazor Everett as their top three safeties.
Source: ESPN
Sep 23 - 7:04 PM

Coach Bill O'Brien says DeAndre Hopkins is facing constant double coverage.

"Everyone in the league knows we're throwing to Hopkins." The Texans have targeted Hopkins a league-high 29 times, but he’s been held under 100 yards the first two weeks. Hopkins should see fewer double teams moving forward with Will Fuller close to returning. Even in a tough Week 3 matchup with the Patriots, Hopkins is a low-end WR2.
Source: ESPN
Sep 23 - 6:31 PM

Texans coach Bill O'Brien has "no limitations" on playcalling wtih Deshaun Watson.

"Relative to what his skill set is and what he knows, I don’t think there’s any limitations." Watson wasn’t asked to do much in his first start, but made an impact in the run game — setting a franchise record with 67 yards on five carries. The Texans should have a conservative approach against the Patriots again this week, though Watson’s rushing gives him a high floor. Watson’s Week 3 matchup could get an upgrade if CB Stephon Gilmore (questionable, groin) is held out.
Source: ESPN
Sep 23 - 6:11 PM

Terrance Williams (ankle) is questionable for Week 3 against the Cardinals.

Williams opened the week with two missed practices, but is trending up after getting in a limited session Saturday. He's clearly less than 100 perecnt and looks like a game-time decision. The Cowboys also listed Brice Butler (ankle) as questionable.
Sep 23 - 5:51 PM

Jermaine Gresham (ribs) is questionable for Monday night's Week 3 game against the Cowboys.

Gresham was held out last week, but the Cardinals expect him to return after practicing on a limited basis. With John Brown sidelined and J.J. Nelson dealing with a hamstring issue, he could have an expanded pass-game role. Gresham has a streamable matchup against an injured Dallas secondary.
Sep 23 - 5:40 PM

J.J. Nelson (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Week 3 against Dallas.

Nelson got in three straight limited practices despite an early week hamstring injury. He's on track to play, but can't be trusted with a Monday night matchup. Nelson owners need to have backup plans in place.
Sep 23 - 5:39 PM

John Brown (quad) has been ruled out for Week 3.

This was expected after Brown didn't practice all week. The Cardinals will continue to go with Larry Fitzgerald, J.J. Nelson (questionable, hamstring), and Jaron Brown in three-receiver sets.
Sep 23 - 5:34 PM

Lions signed coach Jim Caldwell to a multi-year extension.

Caldwell entered this season as a lame-duck coach, but the Lions had a deal in place for months. There was speculation over his job security under GM Bob Quinn, who was given Caldwell from the Martin Mayhew regime. Caldwell has a 29-21 record and a pair of Wild Card berths in his three-plus seasons in Detroit, though the Lions have been a middling offense under him. Caldwell's extension leaves Marvin Lewis as the only coach remaining on an expiring deal.
Sep 23 - 5:07 PM
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