Dose: Uncertainty in St. Louis

Dose: Uncertainty in St. Louis
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Travaris Cadet will likely be "heavily involved" in the pass game Sunday.

Source: ESPN.com
Oct 23 - 11:09 AM

Coach Bruce Arians says Carson Palmer's shoulder issue is now a thing of the past.

Palmer has resumed lifting weights with his right (throwing) shoulder after not doing so for five weeks. He's been a full-go at practices and said he rarely thinks about the injury anymore. Fully healed, Palmer is certainly in play as a QB1 in a home game against the Eagles' burnable corner duo Sunday. When these two teams played last year, Palmer threw for 301 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions in a 24-21 loss at Philly.
Oct 23 - 10:49 AM

Jamaal Charles (head) is not listed on the Chiefs Week 8 injury report.

Charles took a helmet-to-helmet hit from Brandon Flowers during Sunday's win at San Diego. On Tuesday, he admitted he saw "this light buzz around my eyes." Of course, that raised eyebrows around the league and Charles was put through concussion protocols by trainer Rick Burkholder. He passed and hasn't had any symptoms since, meaning he'll be a full go for this week's game against the Rams.
Oct 23 - 10:39 AM

The Union-Tribune's Michael Gehlken says Ryan Mathews "may" be out through the Week 10 bye.

Note that Gehlken was merely responding to a question on Twitter, not necessarily reporting. But Mathews was ruled out for Thursday night's game against the Broncos early on and doesn't seem to be particularly close. Holding him out until Week 11 would make sense, especially with Branden Oliver playing so well.
Oct 23 - 10:28 AM

Andre Ellington admitted that his foot is "probably not going to feel good until January or February or whenever the season is over with."

The partial tendon tear in his foot is something that Ellington has learned to play with. Perhaps it's partially to blame for his disappointing 3.74 YPC one year after exploding for 5.52 YPC. But just because Ellington's foot is not 100 percent doesn't mean he can't sustain durability and volume, as evidenced by his 21.6 touches/game through six weeks. He'll be a borderline RB1 against the Eagles Sunday.
Oct 23 - 10:07 AM

Reggie Bush (ankle) is not practicing Thursday.

It's a troublesome downgrade from Wednesday, when Bush was a limited participant. It's clear he's nowhere near over his ankle injury after it caused him to sit out in Week 6 and barely play in the second half of Week 7. If Bush can't go against the Falcons, Joique Bell gets a boost and Theo Riddick (questionable, hamstring) would get set for a real role. Note that inactives for this early London game will be coming down at 8:30am ET.
Oct 23 - 9:52 AM

Calvin Johnson (ankle) is practicing Thursday and suggested a decision on his status could go to Sunday morning.

A day after getting limited work in, Johnson was encouragingly back cutting and running routes. "We're doing everything from straight-forward running to moving laterally as well," he said. "Things are going good. We're moving in a positive direction." We still suspect it makes tons of sense to hold Megatron out of this game and let him rest through the bye, but the Lions aren't tipping their hand yet. This game will kick off in the afternoon in London, meaning word on Johnson's status might not come down until roughly 8:30am ET.
Source: ESPN.com
Oct 23 - 9:45 AM

Harry Douglas (foot) resumed practicing Thursday.

It's Douglas' first practice since going down in Week 3. Consider the No. 3 wideout questionable for Sunday's game in London.
Oct 23 - 9:41 AM
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