Coples, a former first round pick of the Jets, has bounced around a bit since being cut by New York. He was in camp with the Rams this offseason but didn't make the 53-man roster with what now looks like a middle of the road defense. If he is brought in by Detroit, he will be a depth player for a d-line that is still trying to get pressure on opposing players.
Kemp is getting a day off on Tuesday against Philadelphia and Jerad Eickhoff. There are no injuries involved, it's simply a day off for the left fielder. Mallex Smith will be patrolling left field and batting eighth for Atlanta. Kemp has gone just 2-for-12 in the last four games but should be back in the outfield on Wednesday.
Pouncey is making progress in his rehab on a hip injury but with a short week in store in Week 4 for Miami, it would be really hard for him to come back for the matchup with the Bengals. He has yet to play in the regular season thus far and Anthony Steen, his replacement, could also miss the game. If both Steen and Pouncey can't go, Kraig Urbik will be the starter in the anchor of the line.
Turner suffered the concussion doing a team workout recently and he is still not over it as of Tuesday's session. It is still before preseason games start and a long way from the start of the regular season, so this should have no effect on his availability for the start of the games that count. Turner had a solid enough rookie season with 10.3 PPG, 5.5 RPG, and 1.4 BPG and could have a breakout year in 2016-17 for the Pacers.
He was very tentative in his rookie season after being taken fifth overall in the 2014 draft. Exum then missed all of last season with a torn ACL but has been declared 100 percent ready to go for the season. His issue now is that he will be the backup to George Hill in Utah and thus won't have the minute load to prove that he is in fact capable of being more aggressive in driving to the post. He should be no more than a late-round flier if drafted at all.
The calf injury was described as moderate, however it still hasn't deterred the Redskins from making the move. Washington has signed John Sullivan to the roster on Tuesday to presumably be the new starting center for at least the next eight weeks. Just because the he is on the IR doesn't mean that he is automatically out for the rest of the year as he could be placed on the designated to return list.
Sanu missed the second half of the Monday Night Football game in Week 3 after going down with the shoulder ailment. He had eight catches for 99 yards in the first three games as a big third target behind Julio Jones and Jacob Tamme, in the Atlanta offense. The good news here is that he avoided the big injury and should be good to go on the field against the tough Panthers defense in Week 4. That being said, he is really only a flex option at best heading into the divisional matchup with Carolina.
Bell was a productive back for the Lions for the past few seasons but was cut this offseason after a lackluster 2015 season. Jeremy Langford went down with an ankle injury in Week 3 against the Cowboys and is expected to miss 4-6 weeks with the ailment. Chicago is down to just two healthy backs at the moment, in Jordan Howard and Raheem Mostert so this move is needed. Bell will likely be a backup to Howard and possibly Mostert but gives a solid option behind the rookie.
The Redskins' regular starter in the middle of the line, Kory Lichtensteiger, is battling what is being described as a "moderate" calf injury at the moment. With Washington thin along the offensive line, it makes sense they would bring in an outside option. Sullivan played in all but three games for the Vikings between the 2009 and 2014 NFL seasons prior to missing the entirety of the 2015 season with a back injury. Washington could do far worse for a fill-in candidate at Center.