09/25/17 - *Samaje Perine, Okla, Redskins RB Samaje Perine sustained a hand contusion, but X-rays were negative.
09/25/17 - YoungHoe Koo, Ga Southern, Undrafted K Younghoe Koo, who hasn't come through late in both of the Chargers' losses, was good from 29 yards to pull L.A. within 17-10 just before halftime.
09/25/17 - Kareem Hunt, Toledo, Chiefs RB Kareem Hunt, who paced all rushers with 172 yards on 17 carries, had a 69-yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter as the Chiefs were trying to run out the clock.
09/25/17 - *Carl Lawson, Auburn, Bengals DE Carl Lawson had two of the Bengals' five sacks.
09/25/17 - Rasul Douglas, W Virginia, Eagles CB CB Rasul Douglas made his first NFL start and recorded an interception.
09/25/17 - Jake Elliott, Memphis, Bengals PK Jake Elliott connected on a 61-yard field goal as time expired, giving the Philadelphia Eagles a dramatic 27-24 victory over the New York Giants Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field.
In only his second game since being signed to replace the injured Caleb Sturgis, Elliott was bombarded at midfield by his teammates as the Eagles improved to 2-1.
It was the longest kick ever by a rookie in the league as well as the longest in Eagles history.
"It's kind of all a blur to me," Elliott said, adding his previous best kick was a 56-yarder in college. "I just knew the ball was in the air for a really long time."
"It was pretty awesome," Eagles head coach Doug Pederson added. "It sounded like a cannon off his foot."
09/25/17 - *Dalvin Cook, Florida St, Vikings RB Dalvin Cook had 169 total yards (97 yards rushing, 72 receiving) and his first career touchdown in the win for Minnesota (2-1).
09/25/17 - *Deshaun Watson, Clemson, Texans QB Deshaun Watson, a rookie, used his right arm and his legs to put his team in position to give the Patriots (2-1) back-to-back home losses for the first time in nine years. But he came up short as rookie road quarterbacks fell to 0-9 against head coach Bill Belichick and the Texans dropped to 0-6 all-time at Gillette Stadium.
Watson finished 22 of 33 for 301 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions -- the second on a Hail Mary on the final play of the game.
09/25/17 - *Adam Shaheen, Ashland, Bears TE Adam Shaheen scored his first career touchdown on a 2-yard catch just before the half.
09/25/17 - *DeShone Kizer, Notre Dame, Browns QB DeShone Kizer finished 22 of 47 for 242 yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions. "We're tired of being short," Cleveland head coach Hue Jackson said of yet another loss. "We just gotta keep working. Nobody is throwing in the towel."
09/25/17 - Tarik Cohen, N Carolina AT, Bears RB Tarik Cohen appeared to end the game with a 73-yard touchdown run earlier in OT, but officials determined he stepped out of bounds at the 37-yard line. Chicago challenged the call, but it was upheld by video replay.
09/25/17 - *Garett Bolles, Utah, Broncos LT Garett Bolles (lower leg) started after being listed as questionable.
09/25/17 - Arthur Maulet, Memphis, Undrafted CB Arthur Maulet made his NFL debut after moving up from the practice squad.
09/25/17 - Trey Hendrickson, FAU, Saints DE Trey Hendrickson recorded his first NFL sack in the third quarter.
09/25/17 - *Christian McCaffrey, Stanford, Panthers RB Christian McCaffrey's nine catches accounted for nearly half of the team's 19 completions.
09/22/17 - Reuben Foster, Alabama, 49ers OLB Reuben Foster (sprained ankle) will not play in the Week 4 game against the Arizona Cardinals, 49ers HEAD coach Kyle Shanahan announced Friday. Shanahan reported Foster is progressing, but not to the point where he's ready to return to practice.
09/22/17 - Trent Taylor, La Tech, 49ers WR Trent Taylor recorded his first NFL touchdown on a 3-yard pass from QB Brian Hoyer in Thursday's loss to the Los Angeles Rams. Taylor was the target on the 49ers' potential game-tying, two-point conversion attempt that failed late in the game.
09/22/17 - Riley McCarron, Iowa, Undrafted WR Riley McCarron was signed to the Patriots practice squad. The 24-year-old was released from the Houston Texans practice squad on Sep. 18.
09/22/17 - *John Ross, Wash, Bengals WR John Ross also was officially ruled out on Friday. He was listed as a non-participant in Thursday's practice with an illness.
09/22/17 - *Myles Garrett, Texas A&M, Browns DE Myles Garrett is doubtful for Week 3 when the Cleveland Browns visit the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday. Garrett, the No. 1 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, is likely to miss his third consecutive game. He hurt his ankle in practice four days before the opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers. "But I feel good about where he is headed," coach Hue Jackson said. "We are closer to him having a chance to be out there, than not being out there."
09/21/17 - *John Ross, Wash, Bengals WR John Ross, the Bengals' first-round draft choice, showed up on the injury report with a knee issue on Thursday. He was listed as out with an "illness" on Wednesday. Ross missed the season opener due to a sprained knee and most of training camp due to a shoulder injury suffered in college. He had one rush for 12 yards in last week's loss to the Texans but lost a fumble at the end of that run.
09/21/17 - Jordan Leggett, Clemson, Jets TE Jordan Leggett (knee) did not practice.
09/21/17 - *Cam Robinson, Alabama, Jaguars OT Cam Robinson was added to the Jaguars injury report on Thursday. A shoulder injury limited Robinson's work in practice.
09/21/17 - Tarell Basham, Ohio, Colts Rookie OLB Tarell Basham (heat exhaustion) fully practiced Thursday. He was limited Wednesday. Basham is expected to play Sunday.
09/21/17 - *Marlon Mack, USF, Colts Rookie RB Marlon Mack (shoulder) did not practice Thursday. He had light work Wednesday. Mack should be OK to play Sunday against Cleveland.