Good news for the Bengals, who are already missing Rex Burkhead. If Hill does not return, it figures to be a busy rest of the night for Gio Bernard.
This just means that Gio Bernard and Jeremy Hill will likely get whatever reps that were set aside for Burkhead. This does not affect fantasy at all.
Butler did not figure to start, but would play if healthy. Antonio Cromartie figures to get some extra reps in his absence on a Colts defense that is at the bottom of the league.
Johnson figures to play on Sunday, but has yet to make an impact on the Panthers' defense, and has yet to record a sack on the season. If he does not play, it will not impact the Panthers' defense much.
Burfict will play Thursday night against Miami, and figures to be full go. It has been reported he will be on a limited snap count, but if he appears to be in game shape, that mark could easily be surpassed. Deploy him in IDP leagues if you have been waiting on his services.
Coleman tweaked the ankle in Monday night's win over the Saints, so this appears to just be injury management. He figures to be fine for Sunday against Carolina Sunday, and their tenth ranked rushing defense.
The Jets figure to start managing Forte's workload a bit after giving him 76 touches in the first three games of the season. He will have a tough go of it Week 2 against a normally stout Seahawks defense.
There is nothing pointing to Lockett not suiting up Sunday, so this appears to be an effort to save him. The Jets' secondary ranks 21st in the league thus far, so it could be a week for him to get going.
Allen is currently listed as second string on the depth chart as the starting jobs at safety have been given to rookie Karl Joseph and veteran Reggie Nelson. The Raiders pass defense has been horrible so far, ranking dead last after four weeks. Joseph makes for a nice addition in IDP leagues.