Colts rookie WR Phillip Dorsett (knee) will miss the team's third preseason game.
Dorsett injured his knee in the second preseason game. He should be fine for the regular season. Dorsett is ahead of Donte Moncrief in the battle for the Colts' third receiver job, though Moncrief could close the gap with a big game on Saturday.
Markus Wheaton had one catch for 20 yards in Saturday's preseason game.
Wheaton played only two series. With Martavis Bryant suspended the first four games, he'll open the season as the clear-cut No. 2 behind Antonio Brown. Wheaton is worth a WR4 flyer.
Charles Clay had two catches for 69 yards and a touchdown in the Bills third preseason game.
Clay got open deep against the Steelers Cover-2 for a 67-yard touchdown. It was the first time he's made an impact in any of Buffalo's preseason games. Clay will open the season as a mid-range TE2.
DeSean Jackson (shoulder) will not play in the Redskins' third preseason game.
Jackson resumed practicing almost a week ago, but the Redskins are smartly being cautious with their top playmaker. Jackson will be good to go in the regular season.
Falcons signed WR Julio Jones to a five-year, $71.25 million contract extension through 2020.
Jones gets $47 million guaranteed. His new $14.25 million in average annual salary puts Jones slightly ahead of both Dez Bryant and Demayius Thomas, who signed matching five-year, $70 million pacts this offseason. The $47 million guaranteed is $15 million more than Bryant and $12 million more than Thomas, if the initial numbers being reported are correct. All three receivers are equally deserving. Jones has had foot issues in the past, but the Falcons obviously aren't too concerned. With the contract done, Jones can focus on football.
Terrelle Pryor (hamstring) is sitting out Saturday's regular season dress rehearsal.
Pryor has resumed practicing, but his conditioning ins't up to speed. With the Browns' starters unlikely to see much, if any, action in next week's exhibition finale, it means Pryor will end the summer with no meaningful snaps as he makes the transition from quarterback. Pryor has the high-end athleticism the Browns lack basically everywhere else on offense, but he could be too raw for a spot on the 53-man roster. If the Browns keep him, it will be because he flashed convincingly in the offseason program.
ESPN's Adam Caplan reports Dolphins LT Branden Albert (knee) is unlikely to return before Week 3.
It's a big blow for the Dolphins' shaky offensive line, and means fill-in Jason Fox will make at least two starts on Ryan Tannehill's blindside. Fox is missing Saturday's regular season dress rehearsal, leaving Tannehill to fend for himself behind his third string left tackle, Dallas Thomas. Albert is still barely 10 months removed from tearing up his knee. Week 3 shouldn't be considered a certainty.
Martavis Bryant caught three passes for 138 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's preseason game.
The Steelers rested their starters after one series, but Bryant played most of the first half. All of his production came against Buffalo's first-team defense. Bryant burned Bills rookie CB Ronald Darby for a 63-yard catch, and drew two pass interference calls. His touchdown was a 39-yard deep post over the middle of the field. Bryant will miss the first four games to suspension and is behind Markus Wheaton in two-wide sets, but has a high ceiling as a buy-low WR3.