RGIII's Latest Bad Break

RGIII's Latest Bad Break
Patrick Daugherty breaks down Robert Griffin III's latest injury while taking a look at the week that was.
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TMZ reports Adrian Peterson has already been cleared of the latest child abuse accusation involving one of his other sons.

Peterson was accused of hitting one of his other son's, a four-year-old, in the forehead, leaving him with a scar, after disciplining him for cursing at a sibling. A source informed the case went nowhere because it was determine the boy was injured when he accidentally hit his head on a carseat while Peterson was punishing him. Peterson's form of discipline was "not impermissible." In Texas, parents are allowed to administer "reasonable punishment."
Source: TMZ Sports
Sep 15 - 8:39 PM

49ers signed CB Leon McFadden to the practice squad.

McFadden was the 68th overall pick in the 2013 draft by the Browns. He was waived at final cuts this summer, and landed on the Jets' active roster for one week before getting the ax from them. It's not a bad landing spot for him.
Sep 15 - 8:11 PM

CBS 11 Houston reports Adrian Peterson is being investigated for another child abuse accusation involving one of his other sons.

According to the news station, one of Peterson's four-year-old son's was disciplined by Peterson for cursing at one of his siblings. The boy sustained a scar over his right eye. Peterson has at least five children with multiple different women, and is believed to have as many as seven kids out of wedlock. If more information comes to light, the Vikings could discipline Peterson yet again.
Sep 15 - 7:12 PM

Colts declared ILB Jerrell Freeman, WR Da'Rick Rogers, RB Dion Lewis, OLB Chris Carter, C Khaled Holmes, C Jon Harrison, and OL Joe Reitz inactive for Week 2 versus the Eagles.

Freeman's (hamstring) loss is a big boost to LeSean McCoy and the entire Eagles' offense. Rogers is a healthy scratch as the No. 6 receiver, but remains a hold in Dynasty. Holmes still isn't over his preseason ankle injury.
Sep 15 - 7:08 PM

Eagles declared OLB Marcus Smith, QB Matt Barkley, WR Josh Huff, CB Jaylen Watkins, OL Matt Tobin, OT Kevin Graf, and DE Taylor Hart inactive for Week 2 against the Colts.

Smith, the 26th overall pick, played no snaps in Week 1 and won't even dress for Week 2. He's behind Brandon Graham and special teamers Emmanuel Acho and Bryan Braman. Barkley is the No. 3 QB. Huff has a bum shoulder.
Sep 15 - 7:03 PM

Joseph Randle exited Sunday's Week 2 win over the Titans with a concussion, and is considered day-to-day.

Randle carried the ball three times for 26 yards before leaving in the third quarter. He doesn't have much of an offensive role with DeMarco Murray playing mostly every down. Randle's role would only grow if Murray gets hurt.
Sep 15 - 6:51 PM

The Seahawks expect Christine Michael (hamstring) to return to practice Wednesday.

Michael hasn't played or practiced since pulling his hamstring in the preseason finale. With Marshawn Lynch battling "ongoing" back issues, Michael should see plenty of reps in practice this week. Lynch is expected to be fine for Week 3, and Michael would likely be the No. 3 back behind Lynch and Robert Turbin.
Sep 15 - 6:31 PM

Coach Pete Carroll said Marshawn Lynch exited Sunday's Week 2 loss against the Chargers early due to "ongoing" back issues.

Lynch has been battling back problems for awhile, but they're just spasms and have become manageable. Lynch's status for Week 3 isn't likely to be in danger. After seeing just six carries in a game dominated by the Chargers, Carroll said Lynch's light workload is "the last thing we want to have happen." He'll be a top-end RB1 against the Broncos at home next Sunday afternoon.
Sep 15 - 6:27 PM
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