Kevin Ogletree WR DET 1 Hr

The Lions have released Ogletree, the team's official site reports.

Ogletree, who was was inactive for the first two games of the season, was let go by the Lions in order to free up a roster spot for the team's addition of Mohammed Seisay.

Matt Schaub QB OAK 1 Hr

Schaub won't play Sunday against the Patriots, ESPN.com reports. The report notes that Schaub's absence is not injury-related.

With Schaub unavailable Sunday, Matt McGloin is in line to back up starting quarterback Derek Carr in Week 3.

Derek Carrier TE SF 2 Hrs

Carrier is expected to start at tight end Sunday in place of the injured Vernon Davis, CSNBayArea reports.

Davis (ankle/knee) and backup Vance McDonald (knee) are both questionable for the game. Carrier had three receptions for 41 yards on four targets last week.

Mike Glennon QB TB 3 Hrs3 Comments

Glennon appears on track to start Week 4's game at Pittsburgh, the Tampa Bay Times reports.

The report notes that fellow QB Josh McCown, who is dealing with a significantly sprained right thumb, is slated to see a hand specialist Monday. At this stage, it seems unlikely that McCown will suit up next weekend. Given that, it looks as though we'll see Glennon draw the start at QB for the Bucs in Week 4 thus making him an option in deeper formats, or for those looking for a potential bye week plug-in.

Brandon Marshall WR CHI 3 Hrs1 Comment

Marshall (ankle) participated in a limited fashion at practice Saturday and is listed as questionable for Monday night's game against the Jets, ESPN.com reports.

The same applies to fellow wideout Alshon Jeffery, with the report suggesting that both are expected to play Monday, a notion echoed by the Chicago Tribune. While the Monday kickoff is less than optimal for those who roster either player, it appears as though the duo are likely to continue to tough it out Monday, as they did in Week 2, barring any setbacks.

Alshon Jeffery WR CHI 3 Hrs

Jeffery (hamstring) and Brandon Marshall both participated in a limited fashion at practice Saturday and are officially listed as questionable for Monday night's game against the Jets, ESPN.com reports.

The report suggests that both wideouts are expected to play Monday, a notion echoed by the Chicago Tribune. While the late kickoff this week is less than optimal for those who roster Jeffery or Marshall, it appears as though the duo are likely to continue to tough it out Monday, as they did in Week 2, barring any setbacks.

Jared Allen DL CHI 3 Hrs

Allen (back) is listed as probable for Monday's game against the Jets, cbslocal.com reports.

Allen has recorded four tackles and a forced fumble in two games out of the gate, but he has yet to record a sack in a Chicago uniform.

Chris Conte DB CHI 3 Hrs

Conte (shoulder) is listed as probable for Monday's game against the Jets, cbslocal.com reports.

Conte, who has nine tackles through two games, to go along with picks in both Week 1 and Week 2, thus appears on track to suit up Monday after logging a full practice Saturday.

Josh Morgan WR CHI 4 Hrs

Morgan (groin) is probable for Monday's game against the Jets, ESPN.com reports.

Fellow wideouts Alshon Jeffery and Brandon Marshall are both listed as questionable this week, but generally expected to play, which limits Morgan's fantasy utility in Week 3, assuming he suits up Monday.

Chris Johnson RB NYJ 4 Hrs

Johnson (ankle) is listed as probable for Monday's game against the Bears, ESPN.com reports.

The probable designation suggests that Johnson (who has 25 carries for 89 yards in two games) is in line to suit Monday, and set to work in tandem with Chris Ivory (23 carries for 145 yards and two TDs to date). They'll take aim at a Chicago defense that has allowing 320 rushing yards through two contests out of the gate.