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  • Trent Sherfield MIA WR
    Dolphins' Trent Sherfield: Productive as No. 3 receiver
    2h ago

    Sherfield secured four of six targets for 55 yards during Thursday's 27-15 loss to the Bengals.

    Sherfield handled a significant role behind Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle with Cedrick Wilson (ribs) inactive Thursday, recording the third highest receiving total of his career. If Wilson gets back on the field Week 5 versus the Jets, though, Sherfield will stand to revert to a depth spot. When Sherfield does get opportunities on offense in Miami, though, his familiarity with coach Mike McDaniel's offense makes him worthy of fantasy consideration in leagues with deep starting requirements.

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  • Jason Sanders MIA K
    Dolphins' Jason Sanders: Good on three of four kicks
    2h ago

    Sanders converted three of four field-goal attempts and missed his only extra-point try during Thursday's 27-15 loss to the Bengals.

    Sanders' only missed field-goal try came from 50-plus yards out and with significant wind, but it was good to see him receive increased opportunities. In Miami's previous two games, Sanders had been limited to just extra-point conversions. The Dolphins are looking ahead to a divisional matchup against the Jets in Week 5.

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  • Chase Edmonds MIA RB
    Dolphins' Chase Edmonds: Receiving score in loss
    8h ago

    Edmonds rushed five times for six yards and brought in two of three targets for 14 yards and a touchdown in the Dolphins' 27-15 loss to the Bengals on Thursday night.

    Edmonds logged 10 fewer carries than backfield mate Raheem Mostert, but he was able to find the end zone for the third time in the last two games via a seven-yard touchdown reception with seven seconds remaining in the first half. Edmonds has generated just 85 yards on 28 carries over his first four games, but he does have a pair of rushing scores along with Thursday's receiving touchdown, his first of the season. Edmonds figures to remain in a complementary role, albeit one that includes a solid red-zone presence thus far, irrespective of whether it's Tua Tagovailoa (head/neck) or Teddy Bridgewater under center for a Week 5 AFC East road showdown against the Jets a week from Sunday.

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  • Raheem Mostert MIA RB
    Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Racks up 123 total yards in loss
    8h ago

    Mostert rushed 15 times for 69 yards and secured two of three targets for 12 yards in the Dolphins' 27-15 loss to the Bengals on Thursday night. He also returned two kickoffs for 42 yards.

    Mostert served as the clear lead back on the night, outpacing backfield mate Chase Edmonds by 10 carries while matching his two catches and three targets. The veteran's workload on the ground was a season high, which also led to a new 2022 high-water mark in rushing yardage. Mostert could have an elevated role once again in a Week 5 road showdown against the Jets a week from Sunday particularly if Teddy Bridgewater draws a start over Tua Tagovailoa (head/neck), considering head coach Mike McDaniel might run a bit more of a ground-based attack and Mostert could also play a key role as a safety-valve receiving option for the veteran backup.

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  • Tyler Boyd CIN WR
    Bengals' Tyler Boyd: Versatile role in Week 4 win
    8h ago

    Boyd secured two of five targets for 47 yards and completed his only pass attempt for 23 yards in the Bengals' 27-15 win over the Dolphins on Thursday night.

    Boyd recorded a 43-yard reception that served as his second longest of the season and also made his mark on a trick play as a passer, hitting Ja'Marr Chase for a 23-yard gain down the right side of the field in the first half. The veteran slot man finished third behind fellow wideouts Tee Higgins and Ja'Marr Chase in receptions, receiving yards and targets, which is likely to be the case more often than not as the season unfolds, with an occasional exception. Boyd should see some solid volume in what could be an all-hands-on-deck game for the Bengals' air attack a week from Sunday against the division-rival Ravens on the road.

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  • Jaylen Waddle MIA WR
    Dolphins' Jaylen Waddle: Limited to two grabs Thursday
    8h ago

    Waddle secured two of five targets for 39 yards in the Dolphins' 27-15 loss to the Bengals on Thursday night.

    Waddle uncharacteristically checked in third in receptions, receiving yards and targets for the Dolphins on the night, with Teddy Bridgewater focusing more on Tyreek Hill and even Trent Sherfield after he entered the game for an injured Tua Tagovailoa (head/neck) in the second quarter. Waddle had produced a stellar 19-342-3 line on 30 targets through his first three games, so there's reason to believe he'll bounce back with stronger numbers irrespective of who's under center during a Week 5 road battle against the Jets a week from Sunday.

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  • Teddy Bridgewater MIA QB
    Dolphins' Teddy Bridgewater: Capable in emergency duty Thursday
    9h ago

    Bridgewater entered Thursday night's 27-15 loss to the Bengals for an injured Tua Tagovailoa (head/neck) with 5:13 remaining in the second quarter and completed 14 of 23 passes for 193 yards with one touchdown and one interception. He also rushed once for 11 yards.

    Bridgewater turned in the type of performance he was essentially brought to Miami for, using his experience to hit the ground running and immediately complete a 16-yard pass to Trent Sherfield that set the Dolphins up for a 52-yard field-goal attempt, which ultimately was blocked. Bridgewater then helmed a nine-play, 75-yard scoring march on his first full possession, capping it off with a seven-yard touchdown toss to Chase Edmonds. Bridgewater subsequently led another 88-play drive that culminated in a field goal and had the offense deep in Bengals territory late down by only five before throwing an interception at the Cincinnati nine-yard line. Tagovailoa was feeling well enough after being evaluated at the hospital to travel home with the rest of the team per Mike Garafolo of NFL Network, but it remains to be seen if Bridgewater will need to make a spot start in his stead in a Week 5 road matchup versus the Jets a week from Sunday.

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  • Joe Burrow CIN QB
    Bengals' Joe Burrow: Another strong effort Thursday
    9h ago

    Burrow completed 20 of 31 passes for 287 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions in the Bengals' 27-15 win over the Dolphins on Thursday night. He also rushed five times for six yards.

    Burrow had the benefit of improved pass protection for the second time in four days, and his final line is a byproduct of the extra time he had to scan the field. Burrow averaged an impressive 9.3 yards per attempt and was only sacked once, finishing with a quarterback rating of 115.9 for the night. The third-year signal-caller's most productive connection was with Tee Higgins, who recorded seven receptions for 124 yards and a 59-yard touchdown grab down the left sideline in the second quarter. Burrow closed out his strong effort with a two-yard scoring toss to Hayden Hurst with 1:52 remaining to seal the win, and he'll now get some extra down time before an AFC North road showdown against the Ravens a week from Sunday.

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  • Tua Tagovailoa MIA QB
    Dolphins' Tua Tagovailoa: Set to travel back with team
    9h ago

    Tagovailoa (head/neck) will be released from the hospital Thursday night and travel back to Miami with his teammates, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.

    Tagovailoa was transported to the hospital after sustaining head and neck injuries in Thursday's 27-15 loss to the Bengals, but he feels good enough to leave the hospital and board the flight back to Miami. Coach Mike McDaniel said after the game that Tagovailoa has been placed in the concussion protocol, per Adam Beasley of Pro Football Network. Tagovailoa will need to clear the concussion protocol over the next 10 days to be eligible to play in Week 5 against the Jets. Teddy Bridgewater replaced Tagovailoa in the second quarter and proceeded to throw for 193 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Bridgewater will start in Week 5 if Tagovailoa isn't ready to return.

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  • Tua Tagovailoa MIA QB
    Dolphins' Tua Tagovailoa: Transferred to hospital
    11h ago

    Tagovailoa has been transferred to University of Cincinnati Medical Center after sustaining head and neck injuries Thursday against the Bengals, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports. He is conscious and has movement in all of his extremities.

    Tagovailoa's head hit the ground on a sack in the second quarter and he required a stretcher to leave the field. He was slammed hard into the ground for a second consecutive game, and while Tagovailoa was able to return to last week's win over the Bills, the quarterback has already been ruled out for the remainder of Thursday's game. Teddy Bridgewater came in after Tagovailoa's injury, and Miami also has third-string quarterback Skylar Thompson dressed due to the uncertainty over Tagovailoa's health coming into the game.

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  • Tua Tagovailoa MIA QB
    Dolphins' Tua Tagovailoa: Stretchered off against Bengals
    11h ago

    Tagovailoa (back) was stretchered off the field in the second quarter of Thursday's game against the Bengals, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports.

    Tagovailoa stayed down after being slammed into the ground on a sack by Josh Tupou. Miami's quarterback came into the game nursing back and ankle injuries, and he hit the ground hard with his back and helmet. Clarification on the nature and extent of Tua's injury will likely come after further testing, but he's unlikely to return to Thursday's game after completing eight of 14 passes for 110 yards and one interception. Teddy Bridgewater replaced Tagovailoa after the injury.

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  • Tua Tagovailoa MIA QB
    Dolphins' Tua Tagovailoa: Suits up Thursday
    14h ago

    Tagovailoa (back/ankle) is listed as active for Thursday night's game against the Bengals.

    Tagovailoa, who briefly left this past Sunday's win over the Bills, was listed as a limited practice participant on the Dolphins' Tuesday and Wednesday injury reports before being deemed questionable for Thursday's contest. In the absence of any in-game setbacks with either his back or ankle issues, Tagovailoa should be able to maintain fantasy utility Week 4 while helming a Miami passing attack that features dynamic wideouts Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle (groin), who is in uniform versus Cincinnati after also having approached the game listed as questionable.

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  • Chase Edmonds MIA RB
    Dolphins' Chase Edmonds: Receiving score in loss
    8h ago

    Edmonds rushed five times for six yards and brought in two of three targets for 14 yards and a touchdown in the Dolphins' 27-15 loss to the Bengals on Thursday night.

    Edmonds logged 10 fewer carries than backfield mate Raheem Mostert, but he was able to find the end zone for the third time in the last two games via a seven-yard touchdown reception with seven seconds remaining in the first half. Edmonds has generated just 85 yards on 28 carries over his first four games, but he does have a pair of rushing scores along with Thursday's receiving touchdown, his first of the season. Edmonds figures to remain in a complementary role, albeit one that includes a solid red-zone presence thus far, irrespective of whether it's Tua Tagovailoa (head/neck) or Teddy Bridgewater under center for a Week 5 AFC East road showdown against the Jets a week from Sunday.

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  • Raheem Mostert MIA RB
    Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Racks up 123 total yards in loss
    8h ago

    Mostert rushed 15 times for 69 yards and secured two of three targets for 12 yards in the Dolphins' 27-15 loss to the Bengals on Thursday night. He also returned two kickoffs for 42 yards.

    Mostert served as the clear lead back on the night, outpacing backfield mate Chase Edmonds by 10 carries while matching his two catches and three targets. The veteran's workload on the ground was a season high, which also led to a new 2022 high-water mark in rushing yardage. Mostert could have an elevated role once again in a Week 5 road showdown against the Jets a week from Sunday particularly if Teddy Bridgewater draws a start over Tua Tagovailoa (head/neck), considering head coach Mike McDaniel might run a bit more of a ground-based attack and Mostert could also play a key role as a safety-valve receiving option for the veteran backup.

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  • Joe Mixon CIN RB
    Bengals' Joe Mixon: Toughs out heavy workload Thursday
    9h ago

    Mixon rushed 24 times for 61 yards and a touchdown and brought in all four targets for 13 yards in the Bengals' 27-15 win over the Dolphins on Thursday night.

    As expected, Mixon couldn't find much room against a Dolphins team that had been stingy against the run and operating behind an offensive line that had struggled to open any lanes over the first three games. However, the veteran back toughed it out while handling his second-highest volume on the ground this season, and he salvaged his fantasy night with a five-yard touchdown run in the first quarter to open the scoring for the Bengals. Mixon also notched his second-highest reception total over the first four games, and he'll likely shoulder another heavy workload in a Week 5 road divisional showdown with the Ravens a week from Sunday.

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  • Boston Scott PHI RB
    Eagles' Boston Scott: Another DNP on Thursday
    15h ago

    Scott (rib) was a non-participant at Thursday's practice.

    Scott is a distant third in terms of offensive snaps (36) behind Miles Sanders (112) and Kenneth Gainwell (60) through three games. While Scott has nearly matched Gainwell in touches, 11-13, the former now is in danger of sitting out Week 4 entirely. Scott at least has Friday's practice to make his presence felt, but if he's inactive Sunday against the Jaguars, Trey Sermon likely will be available as the Eagles' third running back.

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  • Dameon Pierce HOU RB
    Texans' Dameon Pierce: Full practice Thursday
    15h ago

    Pierce (hip) returned to a full practice Thursday, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports.

    Pierce logged a limited practice Wednesday, but his return to full participation puts the 2022 fourth-rounder on track to lead the Texans' backfield Sunday against the Chargers. In his team's 23-20 loss to the Bears in Week 3, Pierce was Houston's clear-cut top back, recording 20 carries for 80 yards and a TD to go along with two catches for 21 yards. He did fumble twice in the contest, but both were recovered by the Texans. As long as that's not a recurring issue for the rookie, Pierce should maintain solid volume in the weeks ahead, with Rex Burkhead on hand to work in a change-of-pace role.

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  • J.K. Dobbins BAL RB
    Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Practices fully
    16h ago

    Dobbins (chest) practiced fully Thursday.

    Dobbins, who made his season debut in Week 3 against the Patriots after returning from a major knee injury, was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice due to a chest injury, but his full participation Thursday paves the way for the 2020 second-rounder to play Sunday against the Bills. After being limited to 27 snaps and seven carries in his return to action this past weekend, Dobbins could see an uptick in touches in Week 4, with Justice Hill -- who logged six carries for 60 yards versus New England -- also poised to be a factor in the Baltimore's backfield mix versus Buffalo.

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  • Trent Sherfield MIA WR
    Dolphins' Trent Sherfield: Productive as No. 3 receiver
    2h ago

    Sherfield secured four of six targets for 55 yards during Thursday's 27-15 loss to the Bengals.

    Sherfield handled a significant role behind Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle with Cedrick Wilson (ribs) inactive Thursday, recording the third highest receiving total of his career. If Wilson gets back on the field Week 5 versus the Jets, though, Sherfield will stand to revert to a depth spot. When Sherfield does get opportunities on offense in Miami, though, his familiarity with coach Mike McDaniel's offense makes him worthy of fantasy consideration in leagues with deep starting requirements.

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  • Tyler Boyd CIN WR
    Bengals' Tyler Boyd: Versatile role in Week 4 win
    8h ago

    Boyd secured two of five targets for 47 yards and completed his only pass attempt for 23 yards in the Bengals' 27-15 win over the Dolphins on Thursday night.

    Boyd recorded a 43-yard reception that served as his second longest of the season and also made his mark on a trick play as a passer, hitting Ja'Marr Chase for a 23-yard gain down the right side of the field in the first half. The veteran slot man finished third behind fellow wideouts Tee Higgins and Ja'Marr Chase in receptions, receiving yards and targets, which is likely to be the case more often than not as the season unfolds, with an occasional exception. Boyd should see some solid volume in what could be an all-hands-on-deck game for the Bengals' air attack a week from Sunday against the division-rival Ravens on the road.

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  • Jaylen Waddle MIA WR
    Dolphins' Jaylen Waddle: Limited to two grabs Thursday
    8h ago

    Waddle secured two of five targets for 39 yards in the Dolphins' 27-15 loss to the Bengals on Thursday night.

    Waddle uncharacteristically checked in third in receptions, receiving yards and targets for the Dolphins on the night, with Teddy Bridgewater focusing more on Tyreek Hill and even Trent Sherfield after he entered the game for an injured Tua Tagovailoa (head/neck) in the second quarter. Waddle had produced a stellar 19-342-3 line on 30 targets through his first three games, so there's reason to believe he'll bounce back with stronger numbers irrespective of who's under center during a Week 5 road battle against the Jets a week from Sunday.

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  • Tyreek Hill MIA WR
    Dolphins' Tyreek Hill: Back over century mark in loss
    9h ago

    Hill secured 10 of 14 targets for 160 yards and rushed once for minus-1 yard in the Dolphins' 27-15 loss to the Bengals on Thursday night.

    Hill generated game-high reception, receiving yardage and target totals in a resurgent performance after producing just a 2-33 line on four targets in Week 3 against the Bills. However, the head and neck injuries that knocked Tua Tagovailoa out of Thursday's game naturally could have an impact on the overall outlook for the air attack, although Hill and backup Teddy Bridgewater displayed good chemistry during their time together on the field, most prominently on a 64-yard pass in the latter portion of the third quarter that helped set up a Jason Sanders go-ahead field goal. In coming days, Hill should get further clarity on which quarterback he'll work during the Dolphins' next game, which will be an AFC East road showdown against the Jets a week from Sunday.

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  • Ja'Marr Chase CIN WR
    Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase: Solid yardage total in win
    9h ago

    Chase secured four of six targets for 81 yards in the Bengals' 27-15 win over the Dolphins on Thursday night.

    Chase finished second in receptions, receiving yards and targets to Tee Higgins for the Bengals on the night, turning in his best yardage total since Week 1 against the Steelers in the process. The 2021 first-round pick's 20.3 yards per reception was a welcome sight after he'd averaged just 7.5 yards per grab over the previous two games, and Chase will aim to keep his momentum going in a key Week 5 AFC North road battle versus the Ravens a week from Sunday night.

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  • Tee Higgins CIN WR
    Bengals' Tee Higgins: Paces air attack in win
    9h ago

    Higgins brought in seven of nine targets for 124 yards and a touchdown in the Bengals' 27-15 win over the Dolphins on Thursday night.

    The highlight of Higgins' spectacular night came on a 59-yard touchdown grab down the left sideline on which he beat Xavien Howard, and the third-year wideout finished with team-leading reception, receiving yardage and target totals for the night. Higgins also briefly left the game in the second half to have his leg checked out by trainers per Charlie Goldsmith of the Cincinnati Enquirer, but after testing it out briefly, he returned to the game. Higgins, and not Ja'Marr Chase, has been the top target for Joe Burrow in terms of receiving yards over the first four games, and he'll take a 20-315-2 line into a Week 5 AFC North clash versus the Ravens a week from Sunday.

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  • Devin Asiasi CIN TE
    Bengals' Devin Asiasi: Suffers ankle injury Thursday
    10h ago

    Asiasi is questionable to return to Thursday's matchup against the Dolphins due to an ankle injury.

    Asiasi failed to haul in his only target in the second quarter before picking up an ankle issue that may knock him out for the rest of the contest. If he's unable to return, Hayden Hurst and Mitchell Wilcox would be the only healthy tight ends available for Cincinnati.

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  • Ross Dwelley SF TE
    49ers' Ross Dwelley: Didn't practice Thursday
    13h ago

    Dwelley (ribs) didn't practice Thursday, Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports.

    Dwelley sat out the team's first practice ahead of Monday's showdown with the Rams due to a rib issue. The extent of the injury remains unclear, but he'll have two more opportunities to practice before the team needs to make a decision on his status. With George Kittle back in the mix, Dwelley saw just four offensive snaps in Week 3, so his potential absence wouldn't be major loss to San Francisco's offense.

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  • David Njoku CLE TE
    Browns' David Njoku: Sits out practice
    15h ago

    Njoku (knee) didn't practice Thursday, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.

    Cabot previously suggested that Njoku's absence was rest-related, a notion that would be confirmed by his return to practice in any capacity Friday. The tight end is coming off a strong Week 3 effort in which caught nine of his 10 targets for 89 yards and a TD in the Browns' win over the Steelers last Thursday.

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  • Ryan Griffin CHI TE
    Bears' Ryan Griffin: Trending backward
    15h ago

    Griffin (Achilles) was a non-participant in practice Thursday.

    Griffin was unable to suit up in Week 3, but he did log a limited practice Wednesday, suggesting he may be ready for a Week 4 return. However, Griffin's participation level went backward to a DNP on Thursday, leaving the veteran tight end's status in greater doubt. If he is unable to play Sunday against the Giants, Trevon Wesco will likely see increased opportunity once again.

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  • Foster Moreau LV TE
    Raiders' Foster Moreau: Remains sidelined
    16h ago

    Moreau (knee) was unable to practice Thursday, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reports.

    Moreau missed his second consecutive practice leaving his status for Sunday against the Broncos in question. The fourth-year tight end will likely need to participate in some fashion tomorrow, or he'll likely be trending much closer to doubtful for the contest. If he is unable to play, Jesper Horsted will slide up to the No. 2 tight end spot behind Darren Waller, while a practice squad elevation of Cole Fotheringham would be likely.

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  • Austin Hooper TEN TE
    Titans' Austin Hooper: Manages limited participation
    16h ago

    Hooper (neck) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, John Glennon of SI.com reports.

    Hooper took a step forward in activity from Wednesday and will look to graduate to full participation Friday, which would likely allow him to enter this weekend's matchup with the Colts without an injury designation. Even if the neck issue results in no restrictions for Hooper, his fantasy ceiling will be suppressed while he continues to share snaps at tight end with Geoff Swaim. Hooper hasn't played more than 62 percent of snaps or drawn more than five targets in any of the Titans' first three games.

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  • Jason Sanders MIA K
    Dolphins' Jason Sanders: Good on three of four kicks
    2h ago

    Sanders converted three of four field-goal attempts and missed his only extra-point try during Thursday's 27-15 loss to the Bengals.

    Sanders' only missed field-goal try came from 50-plus yards out and with significant wind, but it was good to see him receive increased opportunities. In Miami's previous two games, Sanders had been limited to just extra-point conversions. The Dolphins are looking ahead to a divisional matchup against the Jets in Week 5.

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  • Austin Seibert DET K
    Lions' Austin Seibert: Sitting for practice again
    20h ago

    Seibert (groin) isn't participating in Thursday's practice, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.

    Seibert's right groin injury will keep him off the practice field for the second day in a row, but the Lions aren't yet closing the door on him being available to kick in Sunday's game against the Seahawks. In fact, special teams coordinator Dave Fipp told Kyle Meinke of MLive.com earlier Thursday that he "feels good about where [Seibert] is at" at this stage of the week, even after the kicker missed 48- and 56-yard field-goal attempts in last week's loss to the Vikings. Detroit has Dominik Eberle available on the practice squad as an option to kick Week 4 if Seibert doesn't progress from the injury as well as the Lions hope heading into Sunday.

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  • Harrison Butker KC K
    Chiefs' Harrison Butker: Status in question for Week 4
    20h ago

    Butker (ankle) won't practice Thursday, and special teams coordinator Dave Toub suggested the kicker's status for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers could "come down right to the end" of the week, Nate Taylor of The Athletic reports.

    After sitting out both of the Chiefs' past two games with a sprained left ankle, Butker practiced Wednesday in a limited fashion, but he was held out Thursday while still contending with some soreness. The Chiefs will see if Butker is able to get back on the practice field in some capacity Friday before giving him a designation for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers. If Butker is forced to miss another game, Matthew Wright would likely be elevated from the practice squad to handle kicking duties for Kansas City in Week 4.

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  • Austin Seibert DET K
    Lions' Austin Seibert: Team sounds optimistic
    21h ago

    Special teams coordinator Dave Fipp said Thursday that he "feels good" about Seibert's (groin) chances of being available for Sunday's game against the Seahawks, Kyle Meinke of MLive.com reports.

    Seibert missed two long field-goal tries during the Lions' Week 3 loss to the Vikings and didn't practice Wednesday due to a groin injury, but the team seems to be optimistic about his chances of suiting up Week 4. The kicker has two more chances to practice in some capacity ahead of Sunday's game against Seattle.

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  • Matthew Wright KC K
    Matthew Wright: Secures practice squad deal
    1d ago

    Wright was signed to the Chiefs' practice squad Tuesday, Charles Goldman of USA Today reports.

    Wright was added by Kansas City, as starting kicker Harrison Butker, who returned to practice Wednesday, is still working his way back from an ankle injury suffered in Week 1. The practice-squad kicker went 34-of-39 on total kicking attempts over 14 games with Jacksonville last season, so he will provide a reliable backup option if Butker sits out once again this Sunday against the Buccaneers.

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  • Austin Seibert DET K
    Lions' Austin Seibert: Sidelined due to groin injury
    2d ago

    Seibert didn't practice Wednesday due to a groin injury.

    Seibert missed 48-yard and 56-yard field-goal attempts during the Lions' Week 3 loss to Minnesota, but it's unclear if he was dealing with his current groin injury during the contest. His absence Wednesday is certainly concerning, but he'll have two more opportunities to return to practice before the team has to make a decision on his status for Week 4.

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  • Xavien Howard MIA CB
    Dolphins' Xavien Howard: Questionable to return Thursday
    10h ago

    Howard suffered a groin injury and is questionable to return to Thursday's contest against Cincinnati.

    Howard entered Thursday's matchup listed as questionable with a groin injury but managed to suit up and play through a majority of the game. The corner exited in the third quarter, forcing Nik Needham into the game.

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  • Shelby Harris SEA DE
    Seahawks' Shelby Harris: Limited at practice Thursday
    13h ago

    Harris (lower body) was listed as a limited participant at practice Thursday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

    Harris missed the Seahawks' Week 3 matchup against the Falcons due to personal reasons. The defensive tackle has also been dealing with a lower body injury that forced him to miss practice Wednesday. Expect Bryan Mone to see an extended role again if Harris can't suit up Sunday.

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  • Kemoko Turay SF DE
    49ers' Kemoko Turay: Not listed on injury report
    13h ago

    Turay isn't listed on the 49ers' injury report Thursday.

    Turay was absent for the team's loss to the Broncos on Sunday night due to a personal matter, but it appears he's since returned to the team and figures to be available for Week 4. However, the 2018 second-round pick has yet to take the field for San Francisco this season, so his return won't have a major impact on the 49ers' defensive game plan.

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  • Arik Armstead SF DT
    49ers' Arik Armstead: Unable to practice Thursday
    13h ago

    Armstead (foot) didn't practice Thursday, Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports.

    Armstead suffered an unspecified foot issue during the 49ers' Week 2 win over the Seahawks. The defensive end was unable to practice the week leading up to Week 3 and ultimately couldn't play against the Broncos. Expect Hassan Ridgeway to continue to see plenty of snaps until Armstead is able to return.

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  • Andrew Van Ginkel MIA OLB
    Dolphins' Andrew Van Ginkel: Set to play Thursday
    13h ago

    Van Ginkel (illness) is listed as active for Thursday's contest against the Dolphins.

    Van Ginkel has managed to suit up for every game this season and he will once again be available for the Dolphins. The 27-year-old linebacker will figure to see snaps on special teams as well as on defense in relief of Melvin Ingram on Thursday night against the Bengals.

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  • Brandon Jones MIA SS
    Dolphins' Brandon Jones: Set to play Thursday
    14h ago

    Jones (chest) is listed as active for Thursday's game against the Bengals.

    Jones suffered an apparent chest injury during Sunday's 21-19 victory over the Bills, but his ability to practice in a limited fashion during both of Tuesday's and Wednesday's sessions indicates he'll be good to go in Week 4 against Cincinnati. The 24-year-old figures to operate as the Dolphins No. 1 strong safety Thursday night.

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