Jay Cutler Headshot

The Dolphins reportedly believe that Cutler suffered two cracked ribs Sunday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

Added Yesterday 6:47 pm (EST)
Per the report, the injury could sideline Cutler two to three weeks, though such a potential outcome is pending the results of further medical evaluations. At this stage though, it looks like Matt Moore is probably going to start at QB for Miami in Thursday night's game against the Ravens.
Dan Bailey Headshot

Bailey injured his right groin and won't return to Sunday's game in San Francisco, Brandon George of The Dallas Morning News reports

Added Yesterday 5:20 pm (EST)
It's unclear when exactly Bailey suffered the injury, but his last snap occurred on the kickoff after the Cowboys' second touchdown of the contest. On their next possession, he was in bad enough shape that head coach Jason Garrett opted for a two-point conversion attempt on the team's third TD. Shortly thereafter, safety Jeff Heath handled kickoff duties, but there doesn't appear to be an emergency option on the roster for extra points or field goals. Expect Garrett to touch on Bailey's health after the game, but Dallas may be in the market for a kicker in the near future.
Kawhi Leonard Headshot

Leonard (quad) will remain sidelined for Monday's matchup against the Raptors.

Added Yesterday 5:18 pm (EST)
Leonard is reportedly progressing well in his recovery from right quadriceps tendinopathy and he even traveled with the team to Chicago over the weekend for Saturday's matchup with the Bulls. While that is all certainly encouraging, Leonard won't be ready for Monday's contest and there still hasn't been a concrete timetable given for his expected return. He'll continue to be evaluated on a day-to-day basis, but in the meantime, both Kyle Anderson and Rudy Gay should benefit with boosted minutes at small forward.
Jonas Valanciunas Headshot

Valanciunas is dealing with a sprained left ankle and has been ruled out for Monday's matchup with the Spurs.

Added Yesterday 5:09 pm (EST)
Valanciunas suffered an ankle injury during the second quarter of Saturday's contest and a subsequent MRI confirmed that he's dealing with a sprain. The good news is that it appears he's avoided anything serious, though he'll still have to sit out Monday against the Spurs. Valanciunas is traveling with the team on the current six-game road trip, so he'll be evaluated on a game-to-game basis for its duration. With Valanciunas out, look for Serge Ibaka to spend more time at center, while Jakob Poeltl and Lucas Nogueira could pick up some extra minutes off the bench.
Joe Thomas Headshot

Thomas (triceps) will undergo a MRI on Monday to see if he can return this season, Andrew Gribble of the Browns' official site reports.

Added Yesterday 4:51 pm (EST)
It is feared that Thomas may have torn his triceps, but no further information will be available until after his MRI. If Thomas is out for the season, an inexperienced Zach Banner will have to step into the left tackle position.
Delanie Walker Headshot

Walker, who caught seven of his 10 targets for 63 yards in Sunday's 12-9 overtime win over the Browns, is dealing with a sprained right ankle, Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com reports.

Added Yesterday 4:43 pm (EST)
Walker, who was listed as questionable with a calf issue in advance of the contest, was injured late in Sunday's game. On the plus side, the tight end will now have added time to recover from his ankle sprain, with the Titans heading into their bye week.
Cody Kessler Headshot

Kessler replaced DeShone Kizer at quarterback in the third quarter of Sunday's game against the Titans, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.

Added Yesterday 3:18 pm (EST)
After a one-game benching, Kizer was reinstated as the starting quarterback this week when Kevin Hogan failed to ignite the offense in the Week 6 loss to the Texans. Despite the vote of confidence from the coaching staff, Kizer's season-long struggles continued prior to his departure Sunday, with the rookie completing 12 of 20 passes for 114 yards, no touchdowns and two interceptions while leading the Browns to just three first-half points. It appears Kessler, who hadn't appeared in any of the Browns' first six games of the season, will now get a chance to stake a claim to the starting role with a strong finish to Sunday's game.
Scott Wilson Headshot

Wilson, who the Red Wings acquired from the Penguins on Saturday, will immediately draw into the lineup for Sunday's home contest versus the Canucks, Ansar Khan of MLive.com reports.

Added Yesterday 1:31 pm (EST)
According to Khan, Wilson will be centered on the fourth line by Luke Glendening, who shifts to the middle with Riley Sheahan shipped off to Pittsburgh in the swap involving Wilson, who had been scratched in the last five games and rendered expendable by the two-time defending champion Penguins. Wilson won't have much fantasy utility on the bottom line, but he's regarded for his rigid work ethic and strong leadership skills.
Teddy Bridgewater Headshot

Bridgewater (knee) isn't expected to be activated from the Physically Unable to Perform list until the Vikings' Week 10 matchup with the Redskins, Ian Rapaport of NFL Network reports.

Added Yesterday 12:54 pm (EST)
After sustaining a gruesome knee injury in training camp of last year, Bridgewater spent the last 13-plus months rehabbing before being cleared by doctors to return to practice last week. Though early reports of Bridgewater's performance during practice have been encouraging, due to the lengthiness of his absence, the quarterback will require at least two more weeks of practice to build up his conditioning and comfort with the club's receivers. If Bridgewater continue to impress in his subsequent practices, he could force the Vikings to make a tough decision behind center. Case Keenum has performed respectably in his five appearances this season while the team's primary 2016 starter, Sam Bradford (knee), has been sidelined for all but two games. Bradford is on the mend and could also approach full health by the time Week 10 arrives.
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