PKenny ClarkDL GB (4) 17 hours ago
Clark injured his back at practice Tuesday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN reports.
Clark has been pushing both Mike Daniels and Dean Lowry at defensive end. While there is not a ton of information on the severity of the injury, back issues can often linger which makes Clark someone to keep an eye on over the next several days.
QTamba HaliLB KC (5) 17 hours ago
When asked if Hali (knee) would record any snaps in the preseason, head coach Andy Reid responded, "Only if I feel they are right."
Hali was taken off the PUP list on Monday as he finally is healthy enough to take the field after undergoing offseason knee surgery. There is no reason for the Chiefs to rush their veteran linebacker back into the fold and will likely only give him reps when they are 100% confident in his health.
PTeddy BridgewaterQB MIN (6) 17 hours ago
Bridgewater (shoulder) was back throwing at practice Tuesday, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Bridgewater was unable to throw during Saturday and Sunday sessions as he reportedly dealt with minor soreness in his shoulder, but returned to full participation Tuesday resulting in a sigh of relief for the Vikings. It's unclear at this point if the team will play it safe and hold him out of Sunday's exhibition match against the Chargers, but the nature of the issue doesn't appear to be something that would keep the starting quarterback sidelined.
PNickell RobeyDB BUF (10) 17 hours ago
Robey-Coleman left practice early Tuesday due to a quad contusion, BuffaloBills.com reports.
Robey-Coleman just returned Monday from and ankle injury, so he must be getting frustrated that things aren't breaking his way as he tries to seal up the nickel job. A rising Kevon Seymour continues to make a good impression.
PCornelius WashingtonDL CHI (9) 17 hours ago
Washington (ankle/knee) practiced in limited fashion Tuesday, Adam Jahns of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Washington is dealing with a duo of injuries to both his ankle and knee, but that hasn't kept him from finding a way onto the practice field. Even if he is unable to practice fully, it is a good sign that the 26-year-old is able to participate in some drills. Depending on how well Washington holds up the rest of the week will likely shed light on his status for Week 1.
Golden TateWR DET (10) 17 hours ago
Tate returned to practice on Tuesday, Kyle Meinke of MLive.com reports.
Tate suffered a minor injury in last Thursday's preseason loss to the Bengals but is now back on the field. The team has not commented on the wideout's status heading into Saturday's game against the Ravens.
Tyler GaffneyRB NE (9) 17 hours ago
The Boston Globe's latest 53-man roster projection for the Patriots includes Gaffney.
With Dion Lewis likely to start the season on PUP and Donald Brown having been released Tuesday, Gaffney's chances of sticking appear to have been boosted. That said, it's also possible fellow RB D.J. Foster (who has been banged up of late) could also enter the equation, or that the Patriots could elect to dip into the free agent pool.
PLeonard FloydLB CHI (9) 17 hours ago
Floyd (hamstring) was a limited participant in Tuesday's practice, Adam Jahns of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Floyd's NFL career hasn't jump started the way he or the Bears would have preferred. Chicago has witnessed its top pick from April's draft go down twice due to injury and the regular season is yet kickoff. Fortunately for the Bears, Floyd's hamstring issue does not appear to be long-term and he should be back to 100 percent in the near future.
QEric EbronTE DET (10) 17 hours ago
Ebron (ankle) returned to practice on Tuesday, Kyle Meinke of MLive.com reports.
Ebron took to the practice field for the first time since suffering an ankle injury in early August. The tight end was reportedly taking things easy on Tuesday as he eases his way back into the swing of things. There has been no word on if he will participate in Saturday's tilt with the Ravens.
OUTJosh GordonWR CLE (13) 17 hours ago
Though a number of teams have reportedly inquired about trading for Gordon (suspension), the Browns aren't interested in dealing the wideout, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Gordon, who the report points out has been suspended for 27 of his last 32 games, has looked good in practice of late and on is track to make his preseason debut Friday against the Bucs. Meanwhile, the 25-year-old has been getting first-team reps in practice and it's not hard to imagine Gordon stepping into a regular season starting role as soon as Week 5, when he is eligible to return from his four-game suspension.