OUTMarcell Dareus DL BUF (10) 57 minutes ago
Dareus (hamstring) was ruled questionable for Sunday's tilt with the Patriots by head coach Rex Ryan.
After giving up 256 rushing yards in Sunday's loss to the Dolphins, the Bills are hopeful they can get their defensive tackle back on the field sooner rather than later. Look for more updates to come later in the week as the team will monitor his status during practice.
IRJaron Brown WR ARI (9) 1 hour ago
Brown (knee) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Brown tried to play through a knee injury Sunday against the Seahawks and ended up suffering a far more severe ailment in the form of a torn ACL. It's an unfortunate development that might've been avoided if the Cardinals weren't already impacted by injuries at his position, but regardless, Brown can officially be ruled out for the year. He'll turn his focus to Week 1 of next season, while the team is left with J.J. Nelson and Brittan Golden behind the leading trio of Larry Fitzgerald, Michael Floyd (hamstring) and John Brown (leg).
QAaron Williams DB BUF (10) 1 hour ago
Head coach Rex Ryan did not rule out Williams (head) for Sunday's tilt with the Patriots.
Ryan did not confirm whether or not Williams suffered a concussion after being hit by Jarvis Landry in Sunday's loss to the Dolphins. "Well no (I wouldn't rule him out), I mean I am not a (medical) professional, but we are absolutely going err on the side of caution," Ryan said on Tuesday. If the safety did suffer a concussion, he will have to pass league protocol testing before he can return to the field, which would leave Duke Williams as the replacement starter.
QLamar Miller RB HOU (9) 2 hours ago
Miller (shoulder) is considered day-to-day, according to head coach Bill O'Brien.
Miller was in and out of Sunday's loss to the Broncos, rotating with Alfred Blue instead of handling his usual three-down role. While it won't be surprising if Miller misses some practice time during the week, his ability to initially play through the injury is a good sign for his Sunday availability against the Lions. The larger question, perhaps, is whether Miller will be prepared to handle the massive workload he's grown accustomed to this season. Wednesday's practice report should provide the first meaningful update.
OUTJared Cook TE GB (4) 2 hours ago
Cook (ankle) suggested Tuesday that he still isn't ready to practice, ESPN's Rob Demovsky reports.
When asked if he's ready to return, Cook simply replied "I wish". The response strongly hints he won't be available Sunday in Atlanta, likely bringing his streak of absences to four games since he last played in Week 3. Richard Rodgers has failed to take advantage despite logging plenty of snaps, catching just four of nine targets for 28 yards over the past three games. Rodgers was actually more productive in the three games Cook played, catching five of eight targets for 56 yards and a touchdown.
OUTRoy Miller DL JAC (5) 2 hours ago
Miller will miss the remainder of the season after tearing his right Achilles tendon in Sunday's loss to the Raiders, Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com reports.
Miller will undergo surgery later this week, ending his season after only six games. The defensive tackle recorded 10 tackles on the year, but it will now be Abry Jones who takes over as the starter.
QAllen Hurns WR JAC (5) 2 hours ago
Hurns (neck/shoulder) was a full participant at Tuesday's practice.
Listed as limited on Monday's practice estimation, Hurns was fine to handle a full workload at Tuesday's session. He may be a bit nicked up, but his availability isn't in any question for Thursday's game against the Titans. Hurns logged 56 of 67 offensive snaps Sunday against Oakland, catching four passes for 45 yards on seven targets. Both he and Allen Robinson have struggled through disappointing campaigns, while No. 3 wideout Marquise Lee has come on strong in recent weeks.
OUTEddie Royal WR CHI (9) 2 hours ago
Royal (toe) was not present at the portion of Tuesday's practice open to the media, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.
With only four days to recover, Royal missed Thursday's loss to the Packers, leaving Josh Bellamy as the No. 3 wideout. It is possible Royal could return for Sunday's game against the Vikings without practicing beforehand, as he previously played in two games this season despite being listed as a non-participant throughout the week. However, he was dealing with a calf injury for both of those games, as opposed to the more serious toe issue that currently ails him.
OUTRobert Woods WR BUF (10) 2 hours ago
Head coach Rex Ryan said Monday that Woods (foot) is making real progress, Anthony Sambrotto of buffalobills.com reports.
Woods has apparently been bothered by his foot all season, but it didn't result in any absences until Sunday's game in Miami. With Marquise Goodwin now in the concussion protocol and Sammy Watkins (foot) required to spend at least a few more weeks on injured reserve, the Bills could seriously use Woods' help for Sunday's game against New England. In order to have any real shot at playing, Woods will likely need to return to practice after sitting out all of last week. If available, he's locked in as the team's top wideout in Watkins' continued absence.
OUTBen Roethlisberger QB PIT (8) 3 hours ago
Roethlisberger (knee) did some individual work at Tuesday's practice, saying afterward that he hopes to rejoin his teammates at some point next week, ESPN.com's Jeremy Fowler reports.
Roethlisberger had surgery last Monday to repair a torn meniscus, with his estimated timetable of two-to-three weeks subsequently referred to as a "best case" scenario by Steelers president Art Rooney II, who said the real expectation is anywhere in the range of two-to-six weeks. Roethlisberger threw some passes to tight ends at Tuesday's practice, but it doesn't mean much that he's able to make throws while standing still. Real information regarding his potential Week 9 availability probably won't be available until next week. The Steelers are currently on bye ahead of a matchup with the rival Ravens.