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    • Tue, Sep 30, 11:07am

      Palmer's (shoulder) nerve issue didn't progress as quickly as he hoped it would over the Cardinals Week 4 bye, NFL.com reports.

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      Analysis: Palmer believed last week that he would definitely be ready to start Sunday's game against the Broncos, but after Arizona's bye week, the quarterback doesn't sound as optimistic. According to coach Bruce Arians, Wednesday's practice will be key in determining Palmer's status for this weekend. As a result, a better indication on Palmer's availability should come later this week, although backup Drew Stanton will be prepared to make a third straight start, should Palmer be ruled out.

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    • Tue, Sep 30, 11:00am

      After the Chiefs took a 41-7 lead in the fourth quarter of Monday night's game, Garoppolo replaced starting QB Tom Brady and completed 6-of-7 passes for 70 yards and a 13-yard touchdown to Rob Gronkowski, the Boston Herald reports.

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      Analysis: Garoppolo looked sharp in garbage time Monday, while gaining some valuable regular season experience, but he remains a Brady injury away from anything other than spot duty for the Patriots.

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    • Tue, Sep 30, 10:57am

      Keo (calf) was cut by the Texans on Tuesday, the Houston Chronicle reports.

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      Analysis: Keo is yet to play this season and will be replaced on the Texans' roster by Josh Aubrey.

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    • Tue, Sep 30, 10:36am

      Tyms is set to return from his suspension this week, ESPN.com reports.

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      Analysis: It remains to be seen what Tyms' role with the team will be out of the gate, but his strong preseason suggests that he could garner some opportunities in the coming weeks, with the Patriots still clearly looking for answers in their passing game.

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    • Tue, Sep 30, 10:31am

      Gostkowski recorded just two extra points in Monday's 41-14 loss to the Chiefs.

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      Analysis: Gostkowski came into Week 4 averaging 10 points a game, but the Patriots' offense was brutal Monday, leading to the kicker's dud. While the team's offense has sputtered of late, Gostkowski has been accurate when given a chance thus far, having made all eight of his field goal attempts.

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    • Tue, Sep 30, 10:29am

      Boykin (knee/groin) is not practicing Tuesday, ESPN Wisconsin reports.

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      Analysis: Boykin missed Sunday's game against the Bears after a knee injury was compounded by a groin issue during practice last week. Now, with a quick turnaround before Thursday's divisional clash versus the Vikings, Boykin could be poised to miss another contest. Should that happen, rookie Davante Adams would figure to retain the Packers' No. 3 wideout position.

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    • Tue, Sep 30, 10:26am

      Owens is expected to miss a few weeks due to a hamstring injury, the Detroit Free Press reports.

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      Analysis: Owens' latest hamstring injury comes while Joique Bell (concussion) and Theo Riddick (hamstring) are also banged-up. As a result, the Lions signed running back George Winn from their practice squad Tuesday.

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    • Tue, Sep 30, 10:22am

      Wright was on the field for 16-of-50 snaps on offense in Monday's 41-14 loss to the Chiefs, ESPN.com reports.

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      Analysis: Though Wright saw something of a bump in playing time Monday after playing just five snaps in Week 3, he was not targeted in the contest. While Wright's involvement in the Patriots' passing game could increase as the season rolls along, until we see such a development, he's not a fantasy consideration.

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    • Tue, Sep 30, 10:20am

      Shazier (knee) is not expected to play this week against the Jaguars, ESPN reports.

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      Analysis: Shazier missed Sunday's game after suffering a sprained ACL in Week 3 and could be ruled out for another contest while still recovering. In that case, Sean Spence would figure to earn another start at inside linebacker.

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    • Tue, Sep 30, 10:19am

      Clausen made his season debut Sunday against the Packers, completing his lone pass in relief of Jay Cutler.

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      Analysis: The Bears were simply winding the clock with just minutes remaining in the team's 21-point loss. It was Clausen's first appearance in an NFL game since his forgettable rookie season with the Panthers in 2010.

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