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ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Dolphins TE Jordan Cameron is scheduled to meet with a concussion specialist.

Cameron has a long history with concussions and suffered yet another Week 3 against the Browns. He has already been ruled out for Week 4, and he could be looking at an extended absence.
Source: ESPN
Sep 29 - 10:21 AM

DetroitLions.com's Tim Twentyman expects Dwayne Washington to see "an uptick in carries" against the Bears.

Twentyman said Theo Riddick will still be involved, but the smart money is on Washington beginning to monopolize the early-down work. He was much more effective on the same number of carries last week and is a better fit for Ameer Abdullah's old role. Against a Bears front which has been decimated by injuries, Washington is a FLEX play with the upside for a lot more.
Sep 29 - 10:11 AM

Cowboys WR Brice Butler said he is "more confident" in the offense this season.

The Cowboys traded for Butler after Dez Bryant broke his foot in the season opener last year. Butler did not do much while Bryant was out the first time, but he did manage eight catches for 134 yards over the final two weeks of the season. With Bryant likely to miss time again with a hairline fracture in his knee, Butler should get his chance in the starting lineup. He is an interesting sleeper against the 49ers.
Sep 29 - 10:05 AM

Tom Coughlin's agent denied a report that his client met with Bills owners Kim and Terry Pegula.

The NFL, who Coughlin currently works for, denied the meeting as well. Rex Ryan probably bought himself more time with a surprising win over the Cardinals, but his seat is as hot as any. These reports should pop up all season.
Sep 29 - 9:54 AM

Cam Newton said Kelvin Benjamin will not be held catch-less again after seeing just one fruitless target Week 3.

"That can’t happen. That can’t happen," Newton said. "And if I’m speaking for it, that won’t happen again. He’s too good of a player." OC Mike Shula has blamed himself for Benjamin's goose-egg and said the team has to "find a way to get him the ball more." With both the coordinator and quarterback set on getting him targets, Benjamin should see plenty of passes thrown his way against the Falcons.
Source: ESPN
Sep 29 - 9:47 AM

Jets re-signed WR/KR Jeremy Ross.

With Jalin Marshall likely to miss some time with a shoulder injury, Ross will help out on kick returns. He also adds depth to a banged up receiver corps.
Sep 29 - 9:38 AM

Ben Roethlisberger hinted that Le'Veon Bell could be used more often in the slot this season.

"We’re not going to take RB off the front of his name and put WR," Roethlisberger said, "but I definitely think he is one of our best receivers." Roethlisberger added the Steelers will use packages which get both Bell and DeAngelo Williams on the field together. We heard similar things last year, but Bell easily out-touched Williams 125-to-14 in his five healthy games. Bell is going to be the focal point of the offense as long as he is on the field, and some snaps at receiver will do nothing but help his value.
Sep 29 - 9:34 AM

Brandon Marshall (knee, foot) got in a full practice Wednesday.

Marshall only managed 27 yards in a horrendous day for the passing game Sunday, but he did not look any worse for wear. This full practice confirms he escaped the game without suffering any setbacks. He will play this week, and with Eric Decker looking likely to miss, Marshall should see a ton of targets. Even in a tough matchup with the Seahawks, he will remain a solid WR2.
Sep 29 - 9:28 AM
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