- Cardinals HC Bruce Arians said TE Troy Niklas, who is on injured reserve, may require surgery on his injured wrist. (Alex Marvez)
- Arians also added that WR Michael Floyd could clear the NFL’s concussion protocol as early as Thursday. (SiriusXM NFL Radio)
Dolphins HC Adam Gase mentioned LT Branden Albert (ankle) could be a game-time for Week 4 and said he should know more about his status by Thursday.
“It looks better today than it did yesterday, so that’s encouraging to us,” Gase said, via James Walker of ESPN. “When you got a veteran guy like that who knows how to get his body right fast, he’s a very tough guy. So we’ll just see how it plays out. I don’t know. I probably won’t know until [Thursday].”
- According to Mike Giardi of CSN New England, Patriots QB Jimmy Graoppolo (shoulder) is “still in pain and doesn’t yet have full mobility in his throwing shoulder.“
Titans WR Kendall Wright (hamstring) is hoping he’ll be able to suit up for the team’s Week 4 game.
“I hope so,’’ Wright said on Monday, via TitansOnline.com. “I can’t tell you right now, but we’ll know this week.
“I feel like I haven’t been out there for a real long time, and I haven’t,” Wright said. “I just have to keep doing what I have been doing so I can play. And I’ll find out this week.”