Raiders SS Tyvon Branch fractured his foot in Sunday's Week 3 loss at New England.
Branch also missed the majority of last season after breaking his leg in Week 2. Now he's out indefinitely with this broken foot. The former IDP stud can be dropped across the board.
Latavius Murray had three carries for one yard in Week 3 against the Patriots.
Darren McFadden remained an every-down back with Maurice Jones-Drew sidelined. Murray was only used to spell McFadden, and doesn't have a defined role in the offense. McFadden is averaging just 3.3 YPC, so Murray remains a RB5 stash in deeper leagues.
Kenny Britt caught five passes for 69 yards in Sunday's Week 3 loss to Dallas.
He had seven targets, behind only Jared Cook. Britt briefly exited with a shoulder injury, but was able to return. This could go down as one of his better games of the season, as the Rams were facing an injury-filled Cowboys defense. Britt can continue to go unrostered in fantasy leagues.
Jordan Cameron confirmed he did not aggravate his shoulder injury in Sunday's Week 3 loss to the Ravens.
Cameron appeared to be limited as he caught just one pass for 23 yards. "It's good. It held up and I'm just glad I got through the game," he said. Cameron should be close to full strength when the Browns come out of their Week 4 bye.
Jared Cook had seven catches for 75 yards in Sunday's Week 3 loss to Dallas.
Cook had a team-high nine targets and remains the clear No. 2 option behind Brian Quick. He dropped a wide open touchdown on third down in the fourth quarter that likely cost the Rams the game. Cook has been more consistent this season, but remains a middling TE2. He isn't a must-hold with St. Louis on a bye in Week 4.
Joseph Randle had two carries for nine yards in Week 3.
Randle played despite being listed as questionable with a concussion. He briefly spelled DeMarco Murray, but saw limited snaps. Randle remains behind Lance Dunbar for No. 2 duties.
Josh Hill caught 2-of-2 targets for 48 yards and a touchdown in New Orleans' Week 3 win over the Vikings.
The targets were Hill's second and third of the season, while the score was the second of his career. With the Vikings fixated on Jimmy Graham, Hill got left all alone on his 34-yard score in the first quarter. He'll be lucky to find pay dirt again this season.
Lance Dunbar didn't have any touches in Week 3 against the Rams.
Dunbar was held without a carry, and had just one target in the pass game. It's a step back after he saw 11 touches in Week 2. Dunbar would be used in a committee with Joseph Randle is DeMarco Murray went down.