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NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports Jeremy Langford has been diagnosed with a sprained ankle.

There were worries Langford could be dealing with an Achilles' issue after he was carted off Sunday evening, but he's dealing with merely a sprain. It's still likely of the "high" variety, and to cost Langford multiple games. Langford's absence is going to create an opening for rookie Jordan Howard to burst through. Howard needs to be added in all formats.
Sep 26 - 1:49 PM

Giants coach Ben McAdoo said Rashad Jennings (thumb) will be "evaluated throughout the week."

Spoiler alert. Every injured player is evaluated throughout the week. The problem is Jennings' ability to contribute in the passing game, something that won't be magically cleared up after only one absence. There's likely renewed urgency to get Jennings back on the field, however, with the news that Shane Vereen is done for the season. The Giants don't have to issue an injury report until Thursday because they're playing on Monday Night Football.
Sep 26 - 1:31 PM

Speaking Monday, Chiefs coach Andy Reid said "there's a chance" Jamaal Charles (knee) returns for Week 4.

It's basically what Reid's been saying for weeks. We'd bet on Charles missing his fourth straight game, and for Spencer Ware to once again carry the mail in Kansas City's backfield. Charles' status will be updated no later than Wednesday.
Sep 26 - 1:22 PM

The Union-Tribune San Diego reports Antonio Gates (hamstring) "wasn't close" to suiting up against the Colts, and will likely miss another game.

Ace beat writer Michael Gehlken expects another "large workload" for Hunter Henry against the Saints. Gates was struggling mightily before getting injured in Week 2. He's not yet droppable, but owners need to be preparing for a season where he might not offer TE1 value.
Sep 26 - 1:17 PM

Shane Vereen will miss the rest of the season with a triceps injury.

This is a shocking development after Vereen played over half the snaps and saw 13 touches Week 3 against the Redskins. It is unclear when the injury occurred. With Vereen out and Rashad Jennings (thumb) questionable, Orleans Darkwa is a must-add in every league. Bobby Rainey and rookie Paul Perkins deserve looks as well in deeper formats.
Sep 26 - 1:11 PM

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll expects RG Germain Ifedi (ankle) to return this week.

Carroll said the Seahawks are "kind of counting on" it. OL coach Tom Cable said Ifedi might be able to practice last week, but he ended up sitting out all three sessions. The Seahawks could desperately use some help on the offensive line.
Sep 26 - 1:09 PM

Texans LT Duane Brown (quad) returned to practice Monday.

Brown is not expected to play this week, but the practice puts him on track for Week 5. The Texans offensive line has struggled to create anything in the running game through three weeks.
Sep 26 - 1:05 PM

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Thomas Rawls (fibula) will miss multiple weeks.

Carroll said Rawls' injury is "a little worse than we thought." NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Rawls has a hairline fracture. After taking a shockingly long time to recover from the ankle injury which ended his 2015 campaign, it is not a given Rawls will return anytime soon. Christine Michael is locked in as the No. 1 back in Seattle. He will be a solid RB1 even in a tough matchup with the Jets.
Sep 26 - 12:50 PM
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