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Coach Pete Carroll said Russell Wilson (knee) is doing "remarkably well," and he expects him to practice Wednesday and play Week 4 against the Jets.

"We feel like he's gonna be fine," Carroll said. Carroll has always seen things better than they may truly be, but all indications are Wilson will be able to go next Sunday. If he's seriously dealing with a sprained MCL, expect the Seahawks to take it easy on Wilson during the practice week. Wilson will be a borderline QB1/2 at less than 100 percent against the Jets' feared front four.
Sep 26 - 6:14 PM

Tyler Eifert (ankle) was listed as a limited participant in Monday's practice.

This is a theoretical injury report, not based on an actual practice. The Bengals will hold a practice on Tuesday and another one on Wednesday ahead of Thursday night's game against the Dolphins. Eifert will probably be a game-time decision. He's expected to be on a snap limit if he gets the green light.
Sep 26 - 5:40 PM

Panthers OC Mike Shula blamed himself for Kelvin Benjamin's catch-less Week 3 against the Vikings.

Benjamin was blanketed by Minnesota's elite defense, drawing just one target. He was not shadowed by Vikings top CB Xavier Rhodes. "Yeah, we’ve got to find a way to get him the ball more," said Shula. "That starts with me. But we’ve got to make sure we’re doing it in a way that we’re not just trying to force him the ball." The squeaky wheel may get greased this week in Atlanta.
Sep 26 - 5:38 PM

Raiders released FB Marcel Reece.

Suspended the first three weeks of the season for a PEDs violation, Reece was deemed unworthy of the remainder of his $2.6 million base salary by the Raiders. 31 years old, Reece has averaged 4.6 yards per carry and 9.8 yards per reception in his eight-year career. He should be able to latch on elsewhere as a swiss-army-knife contributor. Reece can also play special teams.
Sep 26 - 5:26 PM

Coach Rex Ryan said Monday he "can't say" whether Sammy Watkins (foot) will be ready for Week 4 at New England.

Ryan said the Bills are still in "wait-and-see" mode regarding Watkins' playing availability week to week. The Bills will see how Watkins is feeling later in the week and make a decision thereafter. Watkins' injured foot was stepped on by a teammate last week. He may come down to a game-time decision.
Sep 26 - 5:08 PM

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.
Sep 26 - 4:39 PM

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.
Sep 26 - 4:36 PM

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.
Sep 26 - 4:35 PM
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