Alfred Morris (knee) practiced in full Monday.
Morris twisted his knee while pass blocking against the Eagles on Sunday. He stayed in the game and will be a borderline RB1 on Thursday night vs. the Giants.
DeSean Jackson (shoulder) was limited in Monday's practice.
Jackson will be fine as a locked-in WR2 for Thursday night's divisional tilt with the Giants. His left shoulder sprain wasn't an issue Sunday against the Eagles.
Jordan Reed (hamstring) did not practice Monday.
On a short week ahead of Thursday night's tilt with the Giants, we're not expecting Reed to play Week 4. Niles Paul will get another start as a TE2.
Odell Beckham (hamstring) did not practice Monday.
The Giants conducted a walkthrough for Thursday night's game against the Redskins. We're not expect Beckham to make his debut until at least Week 5.
Eric Decker told ESPN sideline reporter Lisa Salters that he'll play in Monday night's game against the Bears.
"I feel good," Decker said. "I'm up." Decker tested his hamstring about 2.5 hours before kickoff, and tentatively plans to play tonight. However, it's fair to wonder just how involved he'll be. Decker will likely see plenty of Tim Jennings and Kyle Fuller, who are no slouches. We'd consider him a high-risk WR3. But owners who already have Decker plugged in lineups really have nowhere to turn.
Lions placed MLB Stephen Tulloch on injured reserve with a torn left ACL, ending his season.
We'll resist taking the latest potshot at Tulloch for the way he tore his ACL. The Lions figure to turn to DeAndre Levy at Mike 'backer, positioning Levy to be an IDP monster the rest of the way. Tahir Whitehead will take over at weak side. Tulloch, 30 in January, is owed $4.5 million in 2015. The Lions will have to decide whether he is worth that much money next spring.
Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt said Bishop Sankey's reps won't increase until he improves his footwork.
Sankey dusted off 61 yards on ten carries and was the Titans' most dangerous player in Sunday's loss to the Bengals, but Whisenhunt is still obsessed with his footwork. "If he can get the attention to detail better, his reps will increase," stated Whisenhunt. As @StopTheVetoing suggested on Twitter, "Maybe they should have drafted Fred Astaire." The 54th overall pick in May's draft, Sankey has 89 yards on 18 carries (4.94 YPC) through three games. He's rotating with Shonn Greene and Dexter McCluster.
The Buccaneers tried out free agent QB Terrelle Pryor on Monday.
Josh McCown may need surgery on his right (throwing) thumb, and the only other quarterback on Tampa Bay's current roster is Mike Glennon. A deficient thrower but dangerous athlete, Pryor is the complete inverse of Glennon.