ESPN New York expects Giants MLB Jon Beason (toe) to miss extended time.
Beason re-aggravated the toe injury that cost him all of training camp in Sunday's loss. He's currently awaiting the results of an MRI, but should be considered highly questionable for Week 3. Jameel McClain will replace Beason if he misses time, with Spencer Paysinger playing on the strong-side.
Mike Tolbert (chest) could miss practice time this week.
Tolbert suffered a bruised sternum on a goal-line carry. He should be considered day to day. With DeAngelo Williams (thigh) and Fozzy Whittaker (quad) also dealing with injuries, Jonathan Stewart is the Panthers' only healthy running back.
Tony Romo has attempted only five passes over 20 yards in the Cowboys' first two games.
Of the five passes, only one was completed -- a 56-yard catch to Dwayne Harris that was underthrown. Romo attributed his downfield struggles to "poor body positioning" and not decreased arm strength coming off two back surgeries. Still, it's clear the Cowboys are taking less chances downfield, and relying more on getting touches to DeMarco Murray. Coach Jason Garrett said he "isn't concerned" about the pass offense, but admitted that Romo's back injury "remains a work in progress." Romo is averaging 6.9 YPA this season. The Cowboys rank 22nd in the NFL with 201.5 pass yards per game.
LeSean McCoy said Darren Sproles' 26 touches through two weeks don't bother him at all.
"I don't mind it all," McCoy said after Monday night's comeback win. "And I don't feel as tired or as beat." McCoy still has a very healthy 51 touches through two weeks, so it's not like he's being underutilized. Owners have nothing to worry about as the 31-year-old Sproles is going to regress to the mean and McCoy is staying very fresh.
Jaguars SS Johnathan Cyprien remains in the concussion protocol.
Cyprien is having trouble getting cleared after appearing to get knocked out during Week 1 against the Eagles. The Jags' defense has given up 75 points in six quarters since he departed.
Zach Ertz played on 52-of-68 snaps in Monday night's win over the Colts.
Ertz played 41 percent of the snaps as a rookie, 60 percent in Week 1 and now 76 percent in Week 2. It obviously helped that the Eagles trailed for just about the entire game, but featuring Ertz is not rocket science. He's turned 10 targets into a 7-163-1 line so far, showing unique body control and agility at 6'5/250. Ertz's target count should only keep growing.
Cody Parkey went 3-of-4 on field goals Monday night, including the game-winner as time expired.
Parkey started off shaky by hooking 38-yarder in the first quarter, but rebounded nicely. The rookie had to hit the game-winner from 36 yards out twice because the Colts called timeout just before the kick to ice him. With the Eagles' red-zone offense sputtering and Parkey at 5-of-6 on the year, he is establishing himself as a weekly top-12 fantasy option.
Redskins waived S Bacarri Rambo.
It's music to the ears of Redskins fans. Rambo has been a disaster in coverage through the first two weeks, allowing DeAndre Hopkins to go for a 76-yard TD in Week 1 and taking a bad angle on Marcedes Lewis that led to a 69-yard score in Week 2. Brandon Meriweather is now off suspension and ready to reclaim the starting gig