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Roddy White practiced on a Wednesday this week for the first time all season.

It confirms White's hamstring is fully healthy heading into Week 5. He has a tough matchup on the road against an elite corner duo of Prince Amukamara and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, but is always a fine WR2 option as the No. 2 target for Matt Ryan.
Oct 2 - 11:48 AM

The second opinion on Carson Palmer's shoulder advised him to continue his current rehab and not undergo surgery.

Palmer met with noted orthopedic surgeon Dr. Robert Watkins in Los Angeles to get more information about the issue in his throwing shoulder. He's been diagnosed with "axillary nerve contusion," a numbness over part of the outer shoulder. It involves shoulder weakness, especially when lifting the arm up and away from the body. Palmer will continue to try to get the nerve fired up with non-surgical remedies, but no one seems to know if/when it will work. Drew Stanton appears likely to start in Denver Sunday.
Oct 2 - 11:23 AM

Jeremy Maclin had one catch and 11 yards taken away on a stat correction following Sunday's Week 4 loss at San Francisco.

Maclin was originally credited with five catches for 68 yards, but officially ended up with four catches for 57 yards. His 16-game pace now equates to 80 catches, 1,412 yards and 12 touchdowns. Maclin is second in the NFL in targets with 46, trailing only Jordy Nelson (49).
Oct 2 - 11:16 AM

Nick Foles is practicing in full this week.

Foles has taken some massive hits this season, most notably on his left (non-throwing) shoulder and ribs. But coach Chip Kelly confirmed his quarterback hasn't needed any MRIs or further testing. Now coming off the worst performance of his NFL career, a healthy Foles will be an excellent bet to bounce back against the Rams' leaky secondary.
Source: CSN Philly
Oct 2 - 10:56 AM

Rod Streater (foot surgery) will not be back until Week 10 at the earliest.

Streater now has screws in his fractured foot. The Week 10 target is a best-case scenario, with missing the entire season still a possibility. Denarius Moore is also in the doghouse due to poor play, leaving James Jones, Andre Holmes, Vincent Brown and Brice Butler as the top-four wideouts.
Oct 2 - 10:46 AM

Jets LB David Harris suggested Antonio Gates will be a focal point of their defensive gameplan Sunday.

The Seahawks chose to leave a linebacker in single coverage on Gates in Week 2, leading to a 7-96-3 outburst. Since then, Gates has a totaled 4-38-0. "He is a guy that, you have to somebody underneath, and over the top, at all times," Harris said. At this point in Gates' career, he can't beat any kind of double coverage. He'll be a touchdown-dependent back-end TE1 Sunday.
Oct 2 - 10:36 AM

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, signs point to Teddy Bridgewater (ankle) sitting out Thursday night's game at Green Bay.

The short week isn't doing Bridgewater any favors after his ankle awkwardly got bent just four days ago. Nothing is official yet, but it looks like Christian Ponder is going to get the nod here (Matt Cassel is on injured reserve). That would make the Packers D/ST a very attractive streamer, as Ponder has no shot in Lambeau on two days of practice. In nine games last year, Ponder went 2-6-1 while throwing nine interceptions, fumbling seven times and taking 27 sacks.
Oct 2 - 10:07 AM

When asked about the Falcons, former NFL coach Brian Billick said he "can't think of another team in the league that has less quantifiable talent on it defensively."

Billick is the brother-in-law of Falcons head coach Mike Smith and also worked with defensive coordinator Mike Nolan in Baltimore. He points out what's become obvious: This Falcons defense is what we all expected the Cowboys defense to be this season. They rank 31st in yards allowed per game, 29th in points allowed per game and have just three sacks through four outings. The Giants, Bears, Ravens and Lions are up next.
Oct 2 - 9:57 AM
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