Updated: Wed, Sep 19th 2018 9:40:21 pm
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D. Robinson - WR
Robinson caught his lone target for a three-yard touchdown in Sunday's 42-37 win over the Steelers.
Robinson played only seven offensive snaps but capitalized in the third quarter. The play was initially ruled incomplete, but coach Andy Reid challenged and the call on the field was reversed for the 23-year-old's first career touchdown. The catch is the only time Robinson has been targeted through two weeks as he remains the No. 4 receiver on the Chiefs depth chart.
Added 9:35 pm (EST)
S. Smith - RB
Smith was waived by the Giants on Wednesday, Dan Salomone of the team's official site reports.
Smith's value in the Big Apple took a hit when the team opted to bring on Elijhaa Penny to help out at the fullback position. As a rookie last season, Smith appeared in 11 games for the Giants.
Added 9:16 pm (EST)
D. Jones - DL
Jones (knee) was a full participant during Wednesday's practice.
Jones returned to practice for the first time since injuring his knee in the preseason on Aug. 18. He appears ready to play in Week 3 versus the Seahawks, and will likely back up Tyrone Crawford on the defensive line.
Added 8:53 pm (EST)
K. Frazier - DB
Frazier participated fully in Wednesday's practice.
Frazier missed some time during the practices leading up to Week 1, but he has yet to miss a game because of the shoulder issue and has racked up eight tackles and a sack between the first two weeks. He should suit up again Sunday against the Seahawks.
Added 8:51 pm (EST)
R. Gregory - DL
Gregory (concussion) practiced in full Wednesday.
Gregory suffered a concussion in the Cowboys' season opener and was inactive for Sunday's game against the Giants. Now that he's cleared concussion protocol, he's expected to return to the field in Week 3.
Added 8:45 pm (EST)
A. Stewart - WR
The Jets opted to waive Stewart on Wednesday, Andy Vasquez of Northjersey.com reports.
Stewart served his two-game suspension for the use of PED's, but with the end of his suspension also came the end of his roster exemption status. As a result, the Jets have decided to move on from the second-year wideout, leaving him free to sign with other clubs if he passes through waivers unclaimed.
Added 8:44 pm (EST)
D. Washington - RB
Washington (knee) is no longer listed on the injury report, Matt Schneidman of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Washington was inactive for the Raiders' first two games this season, as he was still attempting to make his way back from offseason arthroscopic surgery. It seems that the running back is now fully healed and ready for Sunday's game against the Dolphins, though most of his action may come via special teams.
Added 8:35 pm (EST)
C. Ward - DL
The Buccaneers waived Ward (kneecap) from the Reserve/Non-Football Injury list with a non-football injury Wednesday, per NFL Communications.
Ward sustained a patellar tendon tear while working out in Mississippi in July, which eventually resulted in his placement on the list. It appears the Bucs have decided to move on, making him free to sign with another club when healthy.
Added 8:34 pm (EST)