Kam Chancellor Headshot

Kam Chancellor (groin) did not practice on Friday.

Added 11/04/16 7:21 pm (EST)   Source
Out since Week 4 due to a groin injury, Chancellor is labeled as doubtful for Monday night's bout with the Bills and it appears almost definite that he will miss a fourth straight game.
Jamaal Charles Headshot

Charles (knee) could be an option for the Packers, ESPN.com reports.

Added 9:40 am (EST)
With Ty Montgomery still under contract for two more seasons, Green Bay has understandably been connected with powerful early-down runners -- namely LeGarrette Blount and Adrian Peterson. The team might still consider Charles if the price is right, as he could potentially contribute in a committee featuring Montgomery and Christine Michael (or a draft pick). Fellow free agent Tim Hightower would probably be a better fit, offering a middle ground between early-down runner and pass-catching specialist. Charles may merely be the latter at this stage of his career, with injuries to both knees likely robbing him of his once-elite speed and explosiveness. He's expected to take his time finding a new team, perhaps hoping to regain some of that explosiveness before he signs.
Rod Streater Headshot

The Vikings, Colts, Seahawks, Browns and 49ers have all expressed interest in Streater, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.

Added 9:28 am (EST)
Unsigned through the first two weeks of free agency, Streater should find a home prior to the NFL Draft, though he may have to settle for a one-year contract and a shot to compete for a roster spot. He only caught 18 passes for 191 yards in 16 games with the 49ers last season, handling a minor role in one of the league's worst offensive attacks. His 2013 stat line with Oakland -- 60 catches for 888 yards -- is now a distant memory, with the 29-year-old wideout tallying only 28 receptions over the past three years.
Victor Cruz Headshot

Cruz is unlikely to re-sign with the Giants, ESPN's Dan Graziano reports.

Added 9:23 am (EST)
Cruz was released by the Giants in February and visited with the Panthers shortly thereafter, but he doesn't seem to have many suitors around the league. While a return to New York can't entirely be ruled out, he'd probably need to accept a veteran's minimum contract and then compete for a spot at the bottom of the depth chart. The best Cruz can hope for is a modest one-year deal that gives him a shot to compete for a job as a No. 3/4 receiver. It sounds like he'll need to venture outside New York for that to happen.
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