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2016 NFL WEEKLY GAME PREVIEWS: WEEK 4
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Dolphins rule out Jordan Cameron (concussion) for Week 4.

We knew this was coming and it was only a matter of time. Cameron was not going to pass through the Concussion Protocol in a short week. He has also suffered three concussions since joining the NFL so he is likely looking at a multi-week absence. Dion Sims will replace the oft-injured Cameron this Thursday night in Cincinnati.
12 minutes ago
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Dolphins ruled out Arian Foster (hamstring) for Week 4.

Foster and health are two words that just don't go well together. Ruling him out this early does not bode well for his Week 5 status and we recommend looking away from the Miami backfield. Foster nor the RBBC forming is not enticing for fantasy purposes.
14 minutes ago
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Jacoby Brissett (thumb) was limited during Wednesday's practice.

Brissett and Garoppolo were limited today at practice but it's anyones guess who will start this weekend. There's a good chance Belichick has already decided on the starter this week but he obviously will keep that information quiet. Stay tuned as we wait for more updates on the players.
18 minutes ago
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Jimmy Garoppolo (shoulder) was limited at Wednesday's practice.

It's unclear if Garoppolo or Brissett will be ready to start this Sunday, but there's no reason to speculate with the Patriots. Just stay tuned and know that Garoppolo playing gives a slight boost to all Patriot receivers.
23 minutes ago
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Antonio Gates (hamstring) is not practicing on Wednesday.

Gates missed the Chargers Week 3 game against the Colts, and he sat out practice today due to his hamstring injury which is not a good sign. If he's unable to go on Sunday Hunter Henry would get his second straight start at tight end. The rookie caught five passes for 76 yards in Week 3.
27 minutes ago
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Kenny Vaccaro is back at Saints practice on Wednesday.

The Saints certainly missed Vaccaro on Monday night as they allowed the Falcons running backs to score a combined five touchdowns. Vaccaro was able to return to practice on Wednesday after he missed Monday's game due to an ankle injury. If Vaccaro doesn't suffer any setbacks he should be able to play this Sunday against the Chargers.
28 minutes ago
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Willie Snead (toe) participated in Wednesday's practice.

Snead missed the Saints game against the Falcons on Monday Night Football due to his toe injury but he was able to return to practice today, which bodes well for his availability this week against the Chargers. San Diego has allowed the third most passing yards to opposing teams this season, so Snead potentially has a great matchup if he can get on the field. The 23-year-old has caught 14 balls for 226 yards and two touchdowns in his two games played this season.
30 minutes ago
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