Redskins LG Shawn Lauvao (knee) is doubtful for Thursday's game against the Giants.
Lauvao has been dealing with right-knee issues for each of the past two weeks. Josh LeRibeus will fill in against the Giants if Lauvao can't go.
According to the Miami Herald, the Dolphins believe Knowshon Moreno's (elbow) return "isn't too far off."
Moreno is still targeting Week 6, which would be less than a month after he dislocated his elbow. Moreno was given a 4-8 timetable upon going down. The Dolphins take on the Raiders in London this week before going on bye. Moreno remains a must-hold in 12-14 team leagues.
Free agent DT Ryan Pickett worked out for the Texans on Tuesday.
Two weeks shy of his 35th birthday, Pickett started all 16 games for the Packers last season. He'd be reserve heft for the Texans' J.J. Watt-anchored defensive line.
According to Falcons OC Dirk Koetter, Devin Hester has "played his way into more plays" on offense.
The special-teams dynamo has caught 7-of-8 targets for 126 yards through three games, and added a 20-yard rushing touchdown. Hester has provided a nice spark as a gadget player, but that's almost certainly what he'll remain. That comes out to boom-or-bust WR5 status. He isn't worth rostering in 12-14 team leagues.
An MRI revealed no structural damage to Jake Locker's wrist, but he remains questionable for Week 4.
Locker has been officially diagnosed with a strained wrist. His status for Sunday's game against the Colts will be determined "later in the week." Although it wouldn't matter for some quarterbacks, it will be a bad sign for Locker if he sits out Wednesday's practice.
NFL Network's Jeff Darlington reports Ryan Tannehill is "scheduled to start Sunday."
According to the Miami Herald, Tannehill took "all" the first-team reps in Tuesday's practice. Coach Joe Philbin has tried to muddle his quarterback situation in the press, but all the early signs suggest Tannehill will keep his job at least another week. Philbin should be focusing on his poorly-designed game plans instead of playing games with the media.
Bucs QB Josh McCown (sprained thumb) has yet to rule himself out for Week 4 against the Steelers.
McCown says he's "healing and getting better." It's a sign McCown isn't dealing with an overly serious injury, but we doubt the 0-3 Bucs push the envelope with their struggling starter. They're likely to the point where they'd like to get a look at No. 2 Mike Glennon, and this allows them to do so in a controversy-free way. McCown's status will be updated when the Bucs return to practice on Wednesday.
Jets released CB Ellis Lankster.
Lankster had played just one snap through two games.