Eagles ILB Mychal Kendricks (hamstring) is active Week 4 against the Redskins.
Kendricks practiced in full all week. He will start and rotate with DeMeco Ryans and rookie Jordan Hicks in the middle of the Eagles' defense.
The Colts will start Matt Hasselbeck Sunday against Jacksonville.
Andrew Luck (shoulder) will be inactive, and hopes to return this Thursday night against the Texans. They Colts may view Sunday's bout with Jacksonville as winnable with their dead-armed, 40-year-old backup. Hasselbeck will likely be asked to manage Sunday's game, while Indy features heavy doses of Frank Gore. The Colts opened the week favored by roughly nine points over the Jaguars. They're now down to 3-3.5 point favorites.
Redskins declared Andre Roberts inactive for Week 4.
Roberts is a healthy scratch after a week after coach Jay Gruden called him out for drops. Ryan Grant and rookie Jamison Crowder should get more targets with Roberts out.
Bilal Powell left the Jets' Week 4 game against the Dolphins with a groin injury and is questionable to return.
Powell had one catch for 12 yards before exiting. Zac Stacy took the field on a third and long, suggesting he'll be the passing-down back if Powell is unable to return. Chris Ivory has dominated New York's backfield work so far with 16 carries for 89 yards and a touchdown.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Sunday morning that "it would not be surprising" if the Cowboys turned to Matt Cassel in Week 5 should Brandon Weeden struggle Sunday night at New Orleans.
Weeden severely limits Dallas' offense and has lost nine straight starts. Cassel wouldn't add a new dimension, but the Cowboys may feel he's a more savvy game manager. This potential move obviously hinges on Weeden's performance in a spot where he has a great matchup against a swiss-cheese New Orleans pass defense.
Brent Grimes left Sunday's game against the Jets with a right knee injury and is questionable to return.
Grimes came up lame covering Brandon Marshall on a quick screen pass and quickly limped off the field. He looked to be in a fair amount of pain and wasn't wearing his helmet on the sideline. Jamar Taylor is next up on Miami's cornerback depth chart.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports DeMarco Murray (hamstring) is expected to play Sunday at Washington.
Schefter did acknowledge, however, that he doesn't know whether Murray will start over Ryan Mathews or Darren Sproles. Sproles started last week's game, but Mathews ended up handling the majority of the workload. With Murray back in a difficult matchup against the run-tough Redskins defense, all Eagles running backs are shaky Week 4 fantasy starts on the road with uncertain usage.
The Houston Chronicle's Aaron Wilson reports Arian Foster (groin) is not expected to handle a full workload Sunday in Atlanta.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported something similar earlier Sunday, stating Foster would see "limited/specialty snaps" against the Falcons, in an effort to ramp up for a "full load" next Thursday night against the Colts. Still, Foster seems likely to be mixed in for double-digit touches in a plus matchup. We'd be hard pressed to leave him out of RB2/flex spots.