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Kenny Vaccaro (ankle) is questionable to play in Week 3.


Vaccaro was able to take the practice field on Saturday after failing to do so on both Thursday and Friday. Should he be ruled out prior to kickoff, Roman Harper figures to slide into the starting lineup.

Willie Snead (W, NO)

Willie Snead (toe) is officially listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Falcons.


Snead logged a limited practice session Saturday after failing to participate on both Thursday and Friday. If he's ultimately cleared to play, a matchup against a Falcons defense that has allowed a league-worst 74 percent completion rate to opposing QBs will await.

Will Fuller (W, Hou)

Will Fuller saw a lot of coverage over the top, with a safety helping on any deep routes, which limited the rookie's effectiveness in Week 3's loss to the Patriots. "They did a good job. They played basically a defense where they were over the top quite a bit, not all the time, not all the time, but quite a bit over the top of (Will) Fuller and over the top of Hop (DeAndre Hopkins). It was difficult," said Houston head coach Bill O'Brien.


Fuller, who had two consecutive 100-yard receiving games to start his career, was held to three caches for 31 yards by the Patriots in Week 3. Given the success New England had in limiting both Fuller and Hopkins, the Texans can expect to see similar coverage going forward.

Brock Osweiler (Q, Hou)

Brock Osweiler has displayed a tendency to lock onto his primary read, something the Patriots exploited in Houston's 27-0 loss in Week 3, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.


On the one interception he threw Thursday, Osweiler locked onto DeAndre Hopkins in the second quarter, failing to look off the defense or use a pump fake, leading to Jamie Collins picking him off. He'll need to break himself of that habit and vows to examine the tape and become a better quarterback. After a nice first week of the season, Osweiler has thrown three interceptions to one touchdown in the past two games.

Josh Hill (T, NO)

Josh Hill (ankle) is questionable to play on Monday night.


Hill suffered a high-ankle sprain in the Saints' season opener and was unable to play in Week 2. His status will be confirmed prior to kickoff.

Dannell Ellerbe (quadriceps) is questionable to play in Week 3.


Ellerbe hasn't played in either of the Saints' first two games of the season due to a lingering quad injury. If he's unable to play yet again, Craig Robertson figures to be in line for another game of extensive action.

Cameron Jordan (knee) is questionable to play Monday night.


Jordan was a surprise addition to the injury report this week, but the specifics of his injury remain vague. Bobby Richardson may get the start at defensive end if Jordan is ruled out.

Delvin Breaux (lower leg) has been ruled out for Week 3.


Breaux suffered a broken fibula against the Raiders in Week 2 and isn't expected back until Week 8.

Terron Armstead (knee) will not play in Week 3.


Armstead was questionable to play in advance of each of the Saints' first two games this season, and ended up playing in both, so the status of his knee injury may have worsened since Week 2. Tony Hills projects to take his place on Monday.

Zaviar Gooden was signed to the Lions' active 53-man roster on Saturday, James Palmer of NFL.com reports.


In the wake of OLBs DeAndre Levy (quadriceps) and Antwione Williams (hamstring) being ruled out for the Lions' divisional showdown with the Packers on Sunday, Detroit only had two healthy outside linebackers left standing. Wideout Aaron Dobson was released to make room.

Aaron Dobson was released by the Lions on Saturday, James Palmer of NFL.com reports.


The Lions only had two healthy outside linebackers on their roster entering their Week 3 matchup against the Packers. So, the team promoted LB Zaviar Gooden from the practice squad in order to add depth at the position, and Dobson's roster spot was evidently needed to do so. Dobson was just signed to the team on Tuesday and thus didn't appear in a game with Detroit.

Asante Cleveland was signed to the Chargers' active roster on Saturday.


With starting tight end Antonio Gates considered doubtful to play on Sunday, the Chargers evidently felt they needed more help at the tight end position, cutting RB Andre Williams to make room. If Gates is ultimately ruled out, Cleveland will slot in behind Hunter Henry and Sean McGrath on the tight end depth chart.

Andre Williams (R, SD)

Andre Williams was released by the Chargers on Saturday.


Williams was a healthy scratch in each of the Chargers' first two games. His release effectively clears room for the addition of TE Asante Cleveland from the team's practice squad and leaves San Diego with only two healthy running backs behind starter Melvin Gordon.

Ben Koyack (knee) underwent successful surgery to repair the tear in his meniscus on Saturday.


Koyack went down during Wednesday's practice, but it wasn't immediately clear whether his injury would require surgery. The Jaguars didn't place the tight end on injured reserve, however, so they may be holding out hope for Koyack to return at another point in the 2016 campaign.

Eddie Goldman (ankle) has been downgraded to out for Chicago's Week 3 game against the Cowboys.


Goldman isn't expected back until Week 7. Meanwhile, fellow defensive lineman Will Sutton projects to be the Bears' starting nose tackle.

Ka'Deem Carey (R, Chi)

Ka'Deem Carey (hamstring) will not play in the Bears' matchup against the Cowboys on Sunday.


Carey, who exited Chicago's Week 2 game with a hamstring injury, was considered doubtful to play after Friday's practice. His confirmed absence likely spells an increased workload for rookie Jordan Howard.

Paul Worrilow (groin) has been ruled out for the Falcons' Week 3 matchup against the Saints.


Worrilow underwent groin surgery on Thursday and is not expected to return until Week 7.

Mohamed Sanu (W, Atl)

Mohamed Sanu (ankle) will play in the Falcons' Monday night game against the Saints.


While Sanu did not practice on Thursday, he was able to increase his participation in a limited capacity on Friday before practicing in full on Saturday. Consequently, the Atlanta coaching staff gave him the green light to play in the team's divisional showdown against New Orleans, where the loser will likely enter Week 4 as the last-place team in the NFC South.

Brooks Reed (shoulder) will play on Monday night.


Reed was unable to play last weekend after sustaining a shoulder injury in Atlanta's season opener. While he remained limited in practice this week, he appears poised to reclaim his starting role against the Saints.

Justin Hardy (shoulder) will be active for the Falcons' Monday night tilt against the Saints.


Head coach Dan Quinn recently stated that Hardy has overcome his shoulder woes and should be good to go moving forward, and the Falcons' injury report on Saturday echoes that very sentiment. Last week, Hardy found the end zone on an eight-yard grab, but that was his only reception across three targets.