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- S Marcus Williams (hamstring) is week to week and "iffy" to play in Week 7, head coach John Harbaugh said.
- QB Josh Allen (right shoulder) is dealing with some soreness and was characterized as day to day, head coach Sean McDermott said. Allen will have more scans and tests on his right shoulder, but the indication is that he does not have a major injury, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported. Allen finished Sunday night's win after a brief exit in the first half.
- RB Damien Harris (neck), who was taken off the field on an ambulance Sunday night, is out of the hospital and resting at home, McDermott said. The Bills announced Harris has a neck sprain and has entered the concussion protocol.
- Head coach Frank Reich told reporters that he is handing over play-calling responsibilities to offensive coordinator Thomas Brown.
- QB Justin Fields (right thumb) is doubtful to play this Sunday's game against the Raiders, head coach Matt Eberflus told reporters.
- OL Nate Davis is out this week with a high ankle sprain, Eberflus said. Eberflus added Davis is week to week.
- The Bears hired Phil Snow as the team's new senior defensive analyst, Eberflus told reporters. Snow previously spent the past three seasons as Panthers defensive coordinator.
- QB Deshaun Watson (shoulder) is "making progress" but remains day to day, head coach Kevin Stefanski said. Watson has missed the past two games for the Browns.
- DE Tyrus Wheat signed to active roster
- LB Leighton Vander Esch (neck) was placed on injured reserve.
- CB Nahshon Wright activated off injured reserve
- ST C.J. Goodwin (pectoral) placed on IR.
GAME DAY ELEVATIONS
- QB Anthony Richardson (shoulder) is still being evaluated with a priority on his long-term health, head coach Shane Steichen said. Steichen added a decision on whether the rookie QB will have surgery will be made when the time is right. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Sunday that Richardson is considering season-ending shoulder surgery.
- WR Alec Pierce has a shoulder injury the team will monitor through the week, head coach Shane Steichen said.
- TE Kylen Granson has entered concussion protocol, per Steichen.
- QB Trevor Lawrence (knee) underwent an MRI and is considered day to day, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported. The belief is there was no major injury for Lawrence, per Rapoport. Lawrence was listed as a DNP for Monday's walkthrough injury report and practice estimation.
- WR Zay Jones (knee) DNP
- OG Brandon Scherff (ankle, DNP) is also day to day, per Pederson.
- CB Tyson Campbell is unlikely to play Thursday due to a hamstring injury, per Pederson.
- CB Amani Oruwariye (practice squad)
- OLB Derek Parish (practice squad)
- QB Jimmy Garoppolo "dodged a big bullet" with regard to internal injuries and the prognosis of his back injury is a lot better than initially thought, head coach Josh McDaniels told reporters Monday. Garoppolo's status for Week 7 is unclear at this point, McDaniels added. The Raiders QB left Sunday night's win after suffering a back injury and he was soon transported to a local hospital.
- WR Josh Palmer (groin; questionable) is expected to play tonight against the Cowboys barring a setback, NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero reported. He is officially active.
- DE Joey Bosa (toe; questionable) is also expected to play barring a setback, per Pelissero. He is officially active.
- S Raheem Layne (knee) did not return to Monday's game.
GAME DAY ELEVATIONS
- WR Keelan Doss, per the NFL transaction wire.
- RB Ronnie Rivers suffered a Grade 3 PCL sprain that is likely to sideline him four to five weeks, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported. Rivers will likely be placed on injured reserve. Head coach Sean McVay said Monday afternoon that Rivers is going to be out for a little bit, though they don't have an exact timeline yet.
- RB Kyren Williams sprained an ankle Sunday an MRI revealed and he could miss Week 7, Rapoport reported. McVay said Williams is going to be out for a little bit, though they don't have an exact timeline yet.
- OLB Marcus Davenport suffered a high ankle sprain in Sunday's win over Chicago, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per sources. Davenport could miss 4-6 weeks, making him a candidate for injured reserve.
- QB Derek Carr (right shoulder/chest) was listed as a limited participant for the team's practice estimation, as the Saints did not practice Monday.
- RB Jamaal Williams (hamstring) limited. Williams is currently on injured reserve.
- WR Chris Olave (toe) limited.
- TE Juwan Johnson (calf) DNP
- DE Cam Jordan (back) limited
- QB Jake Luton waived
- QB Jake Haener was officially reinstated, per the NFL transaction wire.
- QB Daniel Jones (neck) will remain the starting quarterback upon his return, head coach Brian Daboll clarified Monday. Daboll dispelled any notion there would be a QB controversy with Jones and Tyrod Taylor. Daboll had no health update on Jones, who missed Sunday night's game.
- G Jalen Mayfield waived, per the NFL transaction wire.
- OT Lane Johnson is believed to have suffered a lateral ankle sprain during Sunday's loss to the Jets, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported. Johnson's status for Week 7 is in doubt, per Rapoport.
- RB Anthony McFarland had his 21-day practice window opened to return from injured reserve.
- WR Diontae Johnson had his 21-day practice window opened to return from IR.
- TE Pat Freiermuth (hamstring) says he’s going to play Sunday against the Rams. Freiermuth missed Week 5 due to the injury and is set to return following the team's bye week.
- RB Christian McCaffrey (rib/oblique) is undergoing an MRI on Monday, head coach Kyle Shanahan announced.
- WR Deebo Samuel (shoulder) is day to day, Shanahan said. Samuel is dealing with a shoulder sprain, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per a source.
- OT Trent Williams (ankle) is day to day and is not dealing with a high ankle sprain, Shanahan said.
- QB Ryan Tannehill is dealing with an ankle injury similar to the one he dealt with last season and the team will make a decision on his availability next week, head coach Mike Vrabel said. The Titans have a Week 7 bye week. Vrabel did not specify if Malik Willis or Will Levis would start if Tannehill is unavailable in Week 8.