T.Y. Hilton is no longer on the Colts' Week 4 injury report.
Hilton practiced fully Thursday and Friday and will start in London.
Giants coach Ben McAdoo said Rashad Jennings (thumb) could be a "game-day" decision.
Jennings was limited again on Friday. The back said he hoped to have a better idea of his Week 4 status following Friday's practice, but there have not been any reports on what that idea is. It still is unlikely Jennings plays Monday night, but the uncertainty makes it tough to trust him or Orleans Darkwa in a tough matchup.
Coach Pete Carroll confirmed RG Germain Ifedi (ankle) will play Sunday.
Ifedi was taken off the injury report after returning to practice this week. He'll make his debut against the Jets. Ifedi is a huge upgrade on the interior over J'Marcus Webb.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll declined to say if C.J. Spiller will be active this week.
Spiller was just signed on Wednesday. He’s still learning the offense, and doesn’t project for more than a limited role if he plays. C.J. Prosise (hand) practiced fully all week and is listed as questionable.
The Minnesota Vikings lead all NFL defenses with 15 sacks through three weeks.
Cam Newton was the latest victim of the Minnesota defense, as the Vikings recorded an impressive eight sacks in Week 3 against Carolina. Week 4 brings a home matchup with the New York Giants, who were responsible for three turnovers last week in a loss to Washington. The Vikings D/ST will be a strong top-tier fantasy option in Week 4.
Chargers DE Joey Bosa (hamstring) says he's "close" to playing.
"I'm very close," Bosa said. "We're getting there. Just being smart. There's no point to rush someone back." Bosa has yet to play this season after holding out late into training camp. It sounds like there's a chance he returns in Week 5.
The Giants plan to work out free agent S Donte Whitner.
Whiter hasn’t had any interest since late August. Whitner struggled with the Browns last year and turned 31 in July. With Darian Thompson and Nat Berhe sidelined, Whitner would give the Giants a veteran opposite Landon Collins.
ESPN's Mike Triplett says CB Delvin Breaux (broken leg) is ahead of schedule in his recovery.
Breaux was expected to miss six weeks after going down in the opener. He has a chance to beat that timetable, with a possible return after the Saints' Week 5 bye a best case scenario. Sterling Moore and Ken Crawley will start against San Diego.