OUTAnthony Davis SF (8) 10 hours ago
Davis (concussion) informed the 49ers on Monday that he is retiring from the NFL, Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reports.
Davis had previously retired prior to the 2015 season, but attempted a comeback this year. He played three snaps in the season-opener against the Rams before missing the following two weeks with a concussion. The 49ers will likely make a subsequent roster move to replenish the depth in their offensive line.
QLa'el Collins DAL (7) 11 hours ago
Collins is expected to miss 6-10 weeks with a torn ligament in his foot, Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reports.
Collins will seek a second opinion on the injury to determine if he will need to undergo surgery. Ronald Leary figures fill in for Collins at left guard while he is sidelined.
Caleb Sturgis K PHI (4) 11 hours ago
Sturgis converted both of his field goal attempts and all four of his PATs in the Eagles' 34-3 demolition of the Steelers on Sunday.
Sturgis is now tied for the third in the league in field goals and tied for first in converted PATs. The Eagles are rolling behind rookie QB Carson Wentz, but face a bye in Week 4. However, if Philly can carry its early-season momentum into a Week 5 matchup against the Lions, Sturgis projects to be in line for another solid outing.
Josh Huff WR PHI (4) 11 hours ago
Huff registered four receptions across five targets for 20 yards in the Eagles' 34-3 victory over the Steelers on Sunday.
Huff has officially taken a backseat to fellow wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham, as the latter is not only officially listed above Huff on the depth chart, but had also logged more snaps (32) than Huff (26) on Sunday. Especially considering how no Philadelphia wideout recorded more than 33 receiving yards in Week 3, Huff is a fantasy non-factor in all but the deepest of formats.
SUSLe'Veon Bell RB PIT (8) 11 hours ago
Bell has officially been activated from the Reserve/Suspended by Commissioner list, per NFL.com.
After serving a three-game suspension for a violation of the NFL's substance abuse policy, Bell was eligible for reinstatement on Monday and is now formally the top running back in Pittsburgh once again. He may serve as one of the team's top receiving options right off the bat as well; the Steelers have lacked an elite option in the passing game behind All-Pro wideout Antonio Brown through the first three weeks of the season, as DeAngelo Williams (14) and tight end Jesse James (10) are second and third on the team in receptions, respectively, behind Brown's 24. This is a void Bell should help fill, and fill well, as the multi-faceted tailback corralled a gaudy 83 receptions for 854 receiving yards and three touchdowns in his last fully-healthy, 16-game season. While it's unclear how many touches Williams may command after his admirable showing as the Steelers' lead back, Bell is positioned to embark on his delayed 2016 campaign as a top fantasy option across all formats.
OUTGermain Ifedi SEA (5) 11 hours ago
The Seahawks expect Ifedi (ankle) to play in Sunday's matchup with the Lions, Liz Mathews of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.
Ifedi would be making his NFL debut if he indeed can go on Sunday. The rookie will get the start if he plays. Rees Odhiambo has been filling in at right guard in his absence.
Ndamukong Suh DL MIA (8) 11 hours ago
Suh had five tackles and 1.5 sacks in the Dolphins win over Cleveland on Sunday.
Suh has been a monster so far this season as he is constantly showing up in the opposing backfield. With 21 tackles and 2.5 sacks so far this season, Suh is headed toward another Pro Bowl season.
Kenny Stills WR MIA (8) 11 hours ago
Stills had five receptions for 76 yards in the Miami victory over Cleveland on Sunday.
Stills was second on the team with eight targets. He will face a much tougher task on short rest Thursday in Cincinnati. The Dolphins may once again throw more than they run due to the injury to Arian Foster (groin). Jarvis Landry will almost always lead Miami in targets and receptions but Stills will still have value with his ability to get behind the secondary.
Isaiah Pead RB MIA (8) 12 hours ago
Pead had five carries for 17 yards as Miami defeated Cleveland 30-24 on Sunday.
With Arian Foster (groin) out the Dolphins went with a running back by committee approach. None of the backs truly stood out above the rest so the team may elect to go with the same approach Thursday in Cincinnati assuming Foster will miss another game. Pead would only have value in deep leagues.
QDerron Smith DB CIN (9) 12 hours ago
Smith (chest) did not participate in Monday's practice, Paul Dehner Jr. of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Smith finished Sunday's loss to the Broncos with two tackles. He also came out of the contest with a chest injury. The Bengals are currently facing a short week, so his status for Thursday's matchup against the Dolphins is currently up in the air.