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NJ Advance Media's Matt Lombardo writes Jonathan Stewart "looked more like a plodding veteran running back trying to hang on" during offseason practices than someone who can contribute this season.

It is a harsh review, but it is not particularly surprising based on what Stewart looked like last season. Despite Stewart getting an absurd $3.45 million guaranteed in March, Lombardo does not expect him to beat out Wayne Gallman for the backup job behind Saquon Barkley.
Jul 10 - 10:31 AM

Saints placed CB Patrick Robinson on injured reserve with a broken ankle.

Yikes. Robinson signed a four-year, $20 million deal to be the Saints' slot corner in March. He had been playing decent snaps for the Saints' suddenly awful cornerback corps, grading out of the top player in the group on Pro Football Focus. Robinson will be a candidate to return after eight weeks, but it's possible he will need more time to get healthy. 2015 third-round bust P.J. Williams is the next man up.
Sep 25 - 4:42 PM

Texans placed WR Bruce Ellington on injured reserve with a hamstring injury.

It's the last thing the Texans' top-heavy receiver corps needs. Although not effective, Ellington had already soaked up 131 snaps this season. That's despite leaving after just three in Week 3. The Texans really need rookie slot man Keke Coutee (hamstring) to get healthy. Ellington will be a candidate to return after eight weeks.
Sep 25 - 4:35 PM

Dalvin Cook (hamstring) says he is genuinely day to day.

"It’s about a feeling," Cook said of his injury. "It’s about how you feel with a hamstring. ... It’s just something you can’t control so it’s just how it feels. Thursday." In theory, that leaves the door open for Cook to return against the Rams, but nothing he or the coaching staff has said makes him sound particularly likely to suit up. Fantasy owners need to be planning on another week without their RB1.
Sep 25 - 4:20 PM

Panthers acquired OT Marshall Newhouse from the Bills.

Bills coach Sean McDermott continues to do business with his old team. Although he's played only 14 snaps this season, Newhouse has managed to struggle. His acquisition speaks to the Panthers' depth and injury issues up front.
Sep 25 - 4:11 PM

Titans signed QB Austin Davis.

The ex-Seahawks backup will serve as a (bad) insurance policy in case Blaine Gabbert (concussion) cannot go behind Marcus Mariota (elbow) against the Eagles.
Sep 25 - 3:18 PM

TitansInsider.com's Terry McCormick reports free agent Matt Moore has turned down a chance to work out for the Titans.

Per McCormick, Moore has also been contacted by the 49ers. His interest level there is unclear. It's unusual for a non-retired free agent to turn down a workout. Perhaps Moore didn't like his odds of being signed or the potential money. Moore would be an upgrade on Blaine Gabbert behind Marcus Mariota.
Sep 25 - 1:54 PM

Vikings DE Everson Griffen (personal) has been officially ruled out for Week 4.

Griffen is dealing with mental health issues. "It’s about him getting better," coach Mike Zimmer said. "In the five years I’ve been here, I’ve always loved Everson." Griffen appears poised to miss multiple games. It's possible his season is in doubt. His loss for any amount of time is huge for the Vikings, but this obviously transcends football.
Sep 25 - 1:51 PM

The New York Daily News reports Jets coach Todd Bowles will begin calling plays on defense in "two-minute/hurry-up situations."

DC Kacy Rodgers had previously called all the plays. This threatens to make things more chaotic for the Jets' defense. Perhaps it's more of a public relations move than anything else. If Rodgers is "in the zone," it's hard to see Bowles arbitrarily stepping in. It's also possible this a precursor to Bowles calling all plays on the defensive side of the ball.
Sep 25 - 1:49 PM

NFL Network's Judy Battista reports several members of the Competition Committee are "uncomfortable with the roughing the passer calls" early in the season.

Battista references the Clay Mathews call from the Vikings game as a specific example, but there have been several instances of questionable at best roughing calls already this season. The rule is also under the microscope after Dolphins DE William Hayes suffered a torn ACL attempting to avoid a roughing call in Week 3. The Committee has a call scheduled for next week, but Battista reports it is unclear if anything will change this season.
Sep 25 - 11:41 AM

Jerry Jones said Jason Garrett will not take over play-calling duties from OC Scott Linehan.

Dallas' offense has been putrid since the halfway point of last season, and they have shown no signs of improvement so far this year. Even so, Jones said "there have not been any discussions or plans" to make a change at play caller. It looks like Garrett will have to use the power of the clap to get things turned around.
Sep 25 - 10:19 AM

NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports Vikings DE Everson Griffen is undergoing an evaluation at a local hospital.

Pelissero reports Griffen has been "battling a serious, mental health-related issue for weeks." That issue apparently manifested itself when Griffen allegedly threatened to shoot someone at a Minneapolis hotel on Saturday, and there was reportedly another incident later that afternoon. The Vikings released a statement on Monday saying they "are currently focused on Everson's well-being and providing the appropriate support for him and his family."
Sep 25 - 9:42 AM




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