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Richard Sherman (Achilles') expects to be ready for training camp but expects the 49ers to be "overly cautious."

Sherman is correct that he will likely be eased into camp. It's possible, if not likely, that he is held out of the entire preseason. Sherman has progressed to jogging on the field in his rehab. He turned 30 in March.
May 17 - 1:51 PM

Quincy Enunwa has been diagnosed with a high ankle sprain.

Oct 15 - 4:59 PM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Raiders are seeking a first-round pick in exchange for Amari Cooper.

It's safe to say they're not going to get it based on Cooper's inconsistency and Week 6 concussion. Nevertheless, this is further confirmation Jon Gruden is aiming to tear apart the organization after trading Khalil Mack and dangling 2016 first-round S Karl Joseph. Gruden even benched 2017 first-round CB Gareon Conley last week. Cooper was in-limbo GM Reggie McKenzie's 2015 first-round pick. Mack was McKenzie's first-rounder in 2014.
Source: NFL.com
Oct 15 - 4:47 PM

Despite leaving Sunday's loss in London early with an arm injury, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Derek Carr is not in danger of missing time.

It's not surprising. Carr's injury was never feared to be severe, and the Raiders have a Week 7 bye forthcoming. It will be at least a few weeks before we see A.J. McCarron replacing Carr as Oakland's gunshy checkdown specialist.
Oct 15 - 4:28 PM

Bills coach Sean McDermott was noncomittal Monday when asked if Josh Allen (elbow) will start in Week 7 against the Colts.

The alternatives are Nathan "Pick" Peterman and Derek Anderson. Allen's elbow injury doesn't seem serious, but it's to his throwing arm and kept him out of the end of Sunday's loss to Houston. Allen was struggling mightily even before going down. We'd be surprised to see him out there against Indianapolis.
Oct 15 - 4:15 PM

Falcons coach Dan Quinn is "hopeful" Mohamed Sanu (hip) and Calvin Ridley (ankle) will be ready for Week 7.

The Falcons will be hosting the Giants for Monday Night Football, so they have an extra day to get healthy. Sanu's issue appears to be a minor aggravation of a previous ailment, while Ridley has a bone bruise. The Falcons will issue their first injury report on Thursday.
Oct 15 - 3:39 PM

The Redskins consider Chris Thompson (knee, ribs) day to day.

Thompson practiced all last week before being deactivated against the Panthers. A "full" session on Wednesday or Thursday would mean Thompson is returning against the Cowboys. Thompson was sorely missed against Carolina. Kapri Bibbs is not an effective player.
Oct 15 - 3:36 PM

The Falcons will be without K Matt Bryant (hamstring) for Week 7.

Bryant strained his hamstring against the Bucs. The 43-year-old kicker has dealt with a few minor ailments over the past year. Coach Dan Quinn hinted free agent Giorgio Tavecchio will take Bryant's place for Week 7.
Oct 15 - 3:27 PM

The Falcons expect Devonta Freeman (foot) to remain sidelined for Week 7.

The quick rule out suggests Freeman is not close to returning. It's officially a lost season for the 26-year-old back, who just signed a lucrative extension in August 2017. Tevin Coleman has been ineffective in Freeman's absence, but his workload keeps him in the RB2 mix. Perhaps Ito Smith will see more Week 7 run, though he also struggled against the Bucs.
Oct 15 - 3:26 PM

Jamison Crowder (ankle) won't resume practicing until Friday at the earliest.

In other words, he's almost certainly going to remain sidelined for Week 7. Maurice Harris started in Crowder's absence against the Panthers.
Oct 15 - 3:20 PM

ESPN's Lisa Salters reports Geronimo Allison (hamstring) and Randall Cobb (hamstring) are expected to remain sidelined for Monday's game against the 49ers.

It means Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Equanimeous St. Brown and J'Mon Moore will ride again behind Davante Adams. The absence will be Allison's second straight. The Packers are on bye for Week 7, so hopefully Allison will be ready to roll against the Rams in Week 8. Valdes-Scantling is a plug-and-play WR3 for Week 6.
Oct 15 - 2:55 PM

Speaking Monday, Browns coach Hue Jackson once again claimed he would work to get Nick Chubb more carries.

"We do need to get Nick Chubb more carries," was Jackson's exact quote. He said the same thing two weeks away and has proceeded to give Chubb the ball six times over the past two games. With Carlos Hyde averaging just 3.35 yards per carry, perhaps Jackson means it this time. Chubb remains worth holding in 12-team leagues.
Oct 15 - 2:45 PM




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