Wilhelmsen is dealing with a back issue, but he did pitch a scoreless inning on Thursday night. Whatever was ailing Wilhelmsen seems to be cleared up at this point. He should be fine going forward.
The Phillies have long been out of playoff contention and now they want to infiltrate some of their younger players and prospects. Alfaro is hitting .279 with 13 home runs at Double-A this season and should receive a couple of starts behind the plate each week. He's worth an add in NL-Only leagues.
Pead is battling for a roster spot, so any sign of injury of underperformance could be counted against him. If he does make the roster, he will be third on the Dolphins' depth chart at the running back position.
Seager is dealing with a sore foot that has kept him out of action for a couple of days. He is likely to return on Friday night.
Wake is already one of the best defensive linemen in the league, but it's certainly welcoming news that he wants to improve his game in a big way. He is coming off of an Achilles injury, but if he's able to return to form he should be able to record double-digit sacks without much of an issue.
This means Fuller will miss at least the first six weeks of the regular season. He will continue to rehab his broken foot and will be eligible to return on October 17.
The hit Romo sustained looked kind of ugly, but it sounds as though Romo will be fine in a couple of days. His preseason is likely over, but he should be under center Week 1 when the Cowboys play the Giants.
Suh left Thursday's game, but it was only as a precautionary measure. It's unknown whether he will play in the Dolphins' final preseason game, but he'll be ready to go Week 1 against Seattle.
Lugo pitched five scoreless inning before being removed due to cramps. The fluids should help him almost immediately and he should be good to go for his next start early next week.
Wilds suffered an injury during the second half of Thursday's game and is unlikely to return. He carried the ball three times for 11 yards.