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Jets agreed to terms with ILB Avery Williamson, formerly of the Titans.

Williams just turned 26 last week and was the top free-agent inside linebacker on the market. A 59-game starter for the Titans the last four seasons since being drafted in the fifth round, Williamson had a breakout 2017, grading out as Pro Football Focus' No. 3 inside linebacker, behind only Luke Kuechly and Bobby Wagner. Williamson received elite marks for his run defense.
Mar 13 - 9:30 PM

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis declined to update A.J. Green's (groin) status at his Monday press conference.

Lewis was apparently in a foul mood when he addressed the media. For his part, Green has said he expects to play in Week 4. Players are always optimistic about playing through injury. We seem unlikely to get a real clue as to Green's status before Wednesday's practice report.
Sep 24 - 3:24 PM

The New York Daily News reports the Jets have "reached out" to the Steelers about acquiring holdout unsigned franchise player Le'Veon Bell.

Per reporter Manish Mehta, the Jets have "not made a concrete offer," but they believe the Steelers are "serious" about trading their running back. ESPN's Adam Schefter first reported Bell was available on Sunday. The Jets are the first team to be linked.
Sep 24 - 3:20 PM

Leonard Fournette (hamstring) remains day to day.

At least that's what coach Doug Marrone claimed on Monday. Marrone now has a two-year track record of not being truthful about Fournette's health. We would like to believe our first clue as to Fournette's Week 4 status would come when the Jags return to practice on Wednesday, but even that has not been instructive in Fournette's case.
Sep 24 - 3:17 PM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports an MRI has confirmed Jimmy Garoppolo's initial diagnosis of a torn left ACL.

Garoppolo is also believed to have MCL damage, but that's yet to be confirmed. That would threaten to delay his surgery. It's the worst news the 49ers could have gotten this season. Garoppolo's play was a little shakier than it was in 2017, but he was still performing at a high level with obvious room for improvement. His loss essentially pauses the 49ers' rebuild. 2018 is going to have a hard time not feeling like a wasted year in San Francisco. 2017 third-rounder C.J. Beathard will finish the year under center. When he's next in the huddle, Garoppolo will be 27 years old with just 10 career starts.
Sep 24 - 3:09 PM

Bears WR Anthony Miller is "day to day" with a dislocated left shoulder.

Miller played through the injury against the Cardinals before being forced to the sideline in the third quarter. Miller missed a season in college with a right shoulder injury. Miller is a promising prospect in the slot but production has been hard to come by with Mitchell Trubisky at quarterback.
Sep 24 - 2:55 PM

Jaguars slot CB D.J. Hayden is week to week with a sprained toe.

Hayden missed Week 3 and is looking doubtful for Week 4. Tyler Patmon took Hayden's place against the Titans.
Sep 24 - 2:53 PM

Dalvin Cook (hamstring) considers himself day to day and is unsure of his Week 4 status against the Rams.

Cook said there's a "good chance" he'll be ready for Thursday's game, but that's actually a downgrade from the weekend, when he said he would "definitely" be out there. Cook was also initially optimistic about his Week 3 status before never practicing. We would consider him on the wrong side of questionable for Week 4.
Sep 24 - 2:44 PM

Muhammad Wilkerson (ankle) underwent surgery Sunday night and is expected to miss the remainder of the season.

Coach Mike McCarthy called the injury significant. Wilkerson was in tears on the field and was taken from the stadium directly to the hospital. The ex-Jet was playing on a one-year deal in Green Bay in an attempt to rehab his value. Now he will struggle for guaranteed money next offseason. Wilkerson turns 29 in October. Wilkerson was off to an excellent start. His loss is a major blow for the Packers' middle-of-the-road defense.
Sep 24 - 2:40 PM

Speaking Monday, Titans coach Mike Vrabel said there are still throws Marcus Mariota (elbow) can't make.

Mariota was forced into Sunday's game against the Jaguars after Blaine Gabbert was concussed. It appears Mariota will start Week 4. Vrabel is hopeful the team can run a bigger package of plays this time around. The team will not sign a third quarterback, indicating it does indeed believe Mariota's health is getting better. Mariota will not be a viable QB2 against the Eagles' swarming defense.
Sep 24 - 2:19 PM

NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports Rams CB Marcus Peters has been diagnosed with a strained calf and is expected to miss 2-4 weeks.

Per Rapsheet, Peters is believed to have avoided structural damage. Even though Peters could miss upwards of a month, it's actually good news after it appeared Peters could have injured his Achilles' tendon against the Chargers. With Aqib Talib (ankle) also banged up, the Rams could be extremely short-handed for their short-week matchup with Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen.
Sep 24 - 1:30 PM

Browns coach Hue Jackson named Baker Mayfield the starting quarterback.

"Baker understands there's still a lot of work to do," Jackson said. "But I think he can handle it. He's demonstrated that." He would have been able to handle it Week 1, but better late than never. Mayfield getting the nod is a big upgrade for the entire passing game. Tyrod Taylor (concussion) will serve as the backup once he is healthy.
Sep 24 - 12:59 PM




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