Falcons SLB Justin Durant has a sprained elbow.
The Falcons are "hopeful" Tevin Coleman (ribs) will resume practicing on Wednesday.
It sounds like Coleman has a good shot at returning for Week 5, but he'll no longer be the top dog on the depth chart. Devonta Freeman has exploded for 342 yards from scrimmage and six touchdowns during Coleman's two-game absence. Coleman was looking good before going down, but Freeman has seized No. 1 status like few in recent memory.
49ers TE Vernon Davis (knee) is dealing with a "deep bruise," but no structural damage.
It's a pain tolerance issue. Davis should be considered day to day, and questionable for Week 5. With the 49ers' offense going off the rails, Davis wouldn't be more than a low-end TE2 if he played this week, even in a plum matchup with the Giants.
Texans LCB Kareem Jackson is in the league's concussion protocol.
Jackson isn't going to get cleared in time for Thursday's game against the Colts. Jumal Rolle and A.J. Bouye will pick up the scraps behind Kevin Johnson and Johnathan Joseph.
The Texans are sticking with Ryan Mallett at quarterback.
Mallett has played as poorly as a quarterback can play this season, but coach Bill O'Brien knows Brian Hoyer offers similarly little hope. Still, a mid-game benching for Mallett seems more likely than not against the Colts on Thursday. Mallett simply has zero feel for what an NFL quarterback is supposed to do. Both Hoyer and Mallett are turnover machines, but Hoyer has a (slightly) better overall game.
Brian Quick played six snaps in Sunday's win over the Cardinals.
It remains a bit of a mystery why the Rams are taking things so slow with a player who was their best receiver before injuring his shoulder last season, but his role can obviously only increase. Quick should eventually have value in 12-14 team leagues.
ESPN's Adam Caplan reports Cecil Shorts (dislocated shoulder) is doubtful for Thursday's game against the Colts.
Coach Bill O'Brien confirmed so at his Monday presser. The good news is, it sounds like there's a real chance Shorts is ready for Week 6. Despite his monster target totals, Shorts is just a WR5 bench stash. The Texans know they can't keep passing as much as they have through the season's first four weeks.
The Jaguars are sticking with K Jason Myers.
A third-year UDFA, Myers is a first-year starter. He's 7-of-10 on field goals, but has shanked two extra points. Flatly, he cost the Jags the game on Sunday. Either way, the Jags' kicking situation is far from the worst in the league. There isn't an obvious upgrade on the free agent market.