Wilkerson suffered the injury at some point during Sunday's loss to the Raiders, but he still finished the game and played 48 of 57 defensive snaps. It's unclear at this point if the 27-year-old's status for Week 3 is in doubt, but that should become clearer following Thursday and Friday's practices.
Attaochu was questionable for the season opener due to a hamstring injury and ultimately did not play. He appeared recovered from the issue prior to Week 2, as he logged full practices all week. However, he was ultimately ruled inactive for the team's loss to the Dolphins. It is unclear if he suffered a setback or just was not in the team's game plan. The 24-year-old is on track to make his season debut Sunday against the Chiefs unless he sees another healthy scratch.
Per Doug Baldwin, a bone burst through Richardson's finger in the early portion of Sunday's divisional matchup with the 49ers. In spite of the concern, Richardson proceeded to play 39 of the Seahawks' 82 offensive snaps, one of which happened to be the game-winning touchdown catch with 7:06 remaining in the contest. After practicing without limitations Wednesday, he appears poised to tape up the region and serve as a tertiary target within the passing attack yet again Sunday at Tennessee.
Jenkins suffered a concussion in the Chargers season opener, which ultimately led him to miss Week 2. He appears back to full health though, and should be on track to provide depth at safety for Sunday's clash against the Chiefs.
Washington has merely been splitting backup work with Jalen Richard, who closed out Sunday's 45-20 win over the Jets with a 52-yard touchdown run. Even with the Raiders making a clear effort to limit Marshawn Lynch's workload, Washington doesn't figure to get more than 5-to-10 touches in any given week. An absence would put Richard on the radar in deep leagues for a Week 3 matchup with the Redskins.
Johnson spent the 2016 season on injured reserve with the Buccaneers and was released prior to Week 1 earlier this month. The 29-year-old will hope to replicate his 2014 season in Detroit when he had 29 tackles (23 solo) and six sacks, but he will more likely serve as a rotational piece on the defensive line.
Cooper also started last week limited before upgrading to full participation Thursday and Friday. He's been thoroughly outplayed by Michael Crabtree through two weeks, but recent history suggests the gap between Oakland's star wideouts will soon narrow. The Raiders travel to Washington in Week 3 to face the Redskins on Sunday Night Football.
Smith tallied two tackles in the Raiders season opener, but also came out of the contest with a neck injury. The issue lead him to be limited at practice last week, and ultimately miss Week 2's victory over the Jets. However, the team was likely exercising caution here in order to avoid a lingering injury, and he now appears back to full health. Barring any setbacks, the veteran is on track to take the field Sunday against the Redskins.
Cook apparently came out of Sunday's 45-20 win over the Jets with a minor injury, but his ability to practice in some capacity suggests it's only a minor ailment. He's garnered a surprising generous target share through two weeks, accounting for 11 of Derek Carr's 60 pass attempts (18.3 percent). Next up in Week 3 is a Washington defense that's surrendered a league-high 208 receiving yards to tight ends.
Tapp was released by the Saints prior to the start of the season after recording six tackles (five solo) and a sack in four preseason games. The 33-year-old will likely only play a reserve role in New Orleans' defensive line rotation, similar to last season.
Lattimore is still in concussion protocol after a rough collision knocked him out of Week 2's loss to the Patriots. With Sterling Moore already ruled out for Sunday's game against the Panthers, an absence from Lattimore would leave the Saints relatively thin at cornerback. The rookie's status will need to continue being monitored as the week goes on.
Goodson burst onto the scene in Week 1 with 18 tackles (14 solo) at Dallas and seemed poised to break out as the signal caller of a talent-laden defense. However, he landed suddenly on the final Week 2 injury report with a leg injury, which kept him in street clothes Monday versus the Lions. Speaking about his health with Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York, Goodson said it's "not exactly" a shin injury but wouldn't clarify further. In the end, Goodson considers himself day-to-day, which jibes with optimism from the Giants that he'll only be sidelined in the short term, per Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com.
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