Tevaun SmithWR IND (10) 6 hours ago
Smith had one reception for 47 yards and was targeted twice in Saturday's preseason loss to the Eagles.
Saturday's game didn't shed much light on the competition for the No. 4 wide receiver role as Smith, Mekale McKay and Chester Rogers combined for two receptions. The battle for the receiver roles after the top three spots will likely be decided just before Week 1 of the regular season.
Phillip DorsettWR IND (10) 7 hours ago
Dorsett had three receptions for 49 yards and was targeted five times in Saturday's preseason loss to the Eagles.
Dorsett got most of his work with Scott Tolzien at quarterback, but he should be a big part of the offense that's expected to frequently use three-receiver sets. He also showed this preseason he's healthy after last year's ankle issues. However, one worry is that with Indy's injuries and issues on the offensive line that the team will end up using more two-TE formations to help with pass protection - derailing plans to get Dorsett on the field more as the third receiver.
QCordy Glenn BUF (10) 7 hours ago
Glenn (ankle) will return to practice Sunday, but is expected to be limited, Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com reports.
Glenn suffered a high ankle sprain at the start of training camp and has been working towards a return ever since. He'll be back on the practice field Sunday, but is expected to be limited, as the team likely wants to ease him back into action to avoid any setbacks. An expected starter at left tackle, Glenn should be back to full strength prior to Week 1, although there's a good chance he's held out of the team's preseason finale against the Lions on Sept. 1.
Amari CooperWR OAK (10) 7 hours ago
Cooper caught three passes (on three targets) for 52 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's preseason game against the Titans.
Cooper caught all three balls thrown his way, including an exceptional grab in the back of the end zone to score a 29-yard touchdown during the second quarter. After a big rookie season, Cooper has improved his production in each of the Raiders' three preseason games so far, showing he's gearing up for an encore campaign as Oakland's top target once Week 1 kicks off.
Chester RogersWR IND (10) 7 hours ago
Rogers did not have a reception and was targeted just one time in Saturday's preseason game.
Rogers was the fourth wide receiver to get a target, so he may still be the leading candidate for the No. 4 wide receiver role. However, the battle for the backup wide receiver spots remains wide open heading into the last preseason game.
Derek CarrQB OAK (10) 7 hours ago
Carr completed 12-of-18 passes for 169 yards and two touchdowns in Saturday's preseason game against the Titans.
Carr played the whole first half and remained in the game for part of Oakland's opening second half series Saturday. In that time on the field, Carr notched his first two touchdowns of the preseason, punctuating a stellar showing overall. His six-yard pass to rookie DeAndre Washington started the scoring, but Carr's 29-yard toss to Amari Cooper during the second quarter was an especially impressive throw. That connection displayed the duo's strong rapport, which could be a sign of things to come once the regular season rolls around.
QNikita WhitlockDL NYG (8) 7 hours ago
Whitlock injured his foot in Saturday's win over the Jets, James Kratch of NJ.com reports.
Whitlock was carted off the field on Saturday and seen witch crutches after the game, but the team didn't get specific when describing the fullback's injury, leaving him without a return timetable at this point.
PJonathan WilliamsRB BUF (10) 7 hours ago
Williams will not play this week while he continues to deal with a rib injury, Joe Buscaglia of WKBW.com reports.
Williams left Friday's preseason matchup with a rib injury and despite original reports indicating he appeared fine after the game, he'll get the week off for further rest and recovery. The fifth-round pick of the 2016 NFL Draft is expected to play in a depth role during the upcoming season behind the likes of LeSean McCoy, Reggie Bush and Mike Gillislee, so he could struggle to see a significant amount of snaps early in the season barring any injuries higher up on the depth chart.
Andre JohnsonWR TEN (13) 7 hours ago
Johnson caught a team-high three passes (on four targets) for 65 yards in Saturday's preseason game against the Raiders.
Johnson enjoyed his best showing as a Titan, leading the team in receptions and yards while tying for tops in targets Saturday. In fact, all of Johnson's three catches came on one drive during the first quarter, when he gained 13, 38 and 14 yards, respectively, on three plays in a row. In doing so, the veteran justified his backing from coach Mike Mularkey and showed he can still contribute when called upon.
Dekoda WatsonLB DEN (11) 7 hours ago
Watson registered four tackles and 2.5 sacks in Saturday's preseason win over the Rams.
The former journeyman middle linebacker has found his calling on the outside this preseason, racking up four sacks and a safety this preseason. Outside rusher is arguably Denver's deepest position with Von Miller, DeMarcus Ware, Shaq Barrett and Shane Ray all locks to make the team. Watson is likely in their company. The Broncos carried five outside linebackers last season and the team could use additional depth in an effort to keep Ware fresh during the season.