09/26/16 - Thomas Rawls, Cen Michigan, Undrafted RB Thomas Rawls has a fibula injury and is out for at least two weeks.
Coach Pete Carroll said Monday the Seahawks will go with Christine Michael while Rawls is out.
09/26/16 - Trevor Siemian, NWestern, Broncos QB Trevor Siemian, who was making his first career road start, passed for 312 yards and a career-high four touchdowns, including a pair of deep balls to Emmauel Sanders and Demaryius Thomas, lifting Denver to a 29-17 victory at Paul Brown Stadium.
After beginning his career 2-0 at home by taking over for future Hall of Famer Peyton Manning and after Brock Osweiler left for Houston, Siemian passed another test on Sunday, going 23-for-35 against a formidable Bengals defense.
Siemian sealed the victory with a 55-yard touchdown pass to Thomas on third-and-11 with 4:23 remaining in the game.
After a slow start, Siemian finished 11 of 12 down the stretch, finishing with a passer rating of 132.1.
09/26/16 - Rashad Greene, Florida St, Jaguars WR Rashad Greene returned a punt 42 yards in the second quarter to set up Jacksonville's first score.
09/26/16 - *Marcus Peters, Wash, Chiefs CB Marcus Peters continued to be a ball magnet, grabbing two more interceptions, giving him four for the season and 13 picks in 21 regular and postseason games.
09/26/16 - *Jay Ajayi, Boise St, Dolphins RB Jay Ajayi wound up scoring the game-winning touchdown from 11 yards out with 8:26 left in overtime on Sunday afternoon as the Dolphins knocked off the Cleveland Browns 30-24 in newly renovated Hard Rock Stadium.
Ajayi found his way into Miami head coach Adam Gase's doghouse when he expressed his unhappiness when learning that he would not start over Arian Foster. But none of that seemed to matter on Sunday when Ajayi was in the end zone celebrating his winning score.
"We did it, we pulled it off, a deep sigh of relief," said Ajayi, who certainly was no workhorse, carrying the ball just seven times for 28 yards, when asked what went through his mind when he crossed the goal line. "We definitely didn't want to be in that situation, of course (having to go to overtime) but that's just how the game ended up in my hands and I just wanted to make sure I got in the end zone."
09/26/16 - *Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin, Chargers RB Melvin Gordon only had 35 yards on 16 carries, His 1-yard touchdown run, capped a 12-play, 80-yard drive.
09/26/16 - *Kwon Alexander, LSU, Bucs LB Kwon Alexander intercepted a Case Keenum pass and returned it 37 yards for a touchdown. It was the Bucs' first takeaway of 2016.
09/26/16 - *Todd Gurley, Georgia, Rams RB Todd Gurley, who had totaled 98 yards in the first two games, finished with 85 yards and two touchdowns on 27 carries.
09/26/16 - *Jameis Winston, Florida St, Bucs QB Jameis Winston set career highs in yards (405), attempts (58) and completions (36) in the loss. Winston was tackled at the 5-yard line after time expired to end the game.
"That was dumb on my part," Winston said. "I have to try a pass there. ... In that moment, I have to give somebody a chance in the end zone."
09/25/16 - David Mayo, Texas St, Panthers LB David Mayo, a backup and special teams player, left with an injured left knee in the second quarter but came back in the second half.
09/25/16 - Cameron Artis-Payne, Auburn, Panthers RB Cameron Artis-Payne drew the starting assignment for the Panthers in place of injured Jonathan Stewart (hamstring) even though RB Fozzy Whittaker picked up 100 yards in a relief performance a week earlier against San Francisco. Artis-Payne gained 47 yards on 12 attempts.
09/25/16 - *Ronald Darby, Florida St, Bills CB Ronald Darby (hamstring) did not play Sunday against the Cardinals.
09/25/16 - David Johnson, Northern Iowa, Cardinals RB David Johnson rushed for 83 yards and two touchdowns in a loss to the Bills on Sunday.
09/25/16 - Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska, Lions RB Ameer Abdullah is likely to miss the rest of the season with a foot injury.
Abdullah was placed on injured reserve last week after leaving the Week 2 loss to the Titans at Ford Field with a foot injury.
09/24/16 - *Eddie Goldman, Florida St, Bears NT Eddie Goldman did not make the trip to Dallas and will not play against the Cowboys. Goldman, the starting nose tackle, was hurt in last week's loss to Philadelphia.
09/23/16 - Shaquille Mason, Georgia Tech, Patriots G Shaq Mason (hand) started for the second straight week and played all of the offensive snaps for the first time this season as he works back from the summer injury.
09/23/16 - Eric Rowe, Utah, Eagles CB Eric Rowe (ankle) missed his second straight game to the injury suffered a week earlier in practice, just a couple days after joining New England via trade from the Eagles.
09/23/16 - Tyeler Davison, Fresno St, Saints DT Tyeler Davison did not practice Friday with shoulder and foot injuries and his status for this week's game is unknown.
09/23/16 - *Eddie Goldman, Florida St, Bears DT Eddie Goldman (ankle) is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against Dallas.
09/23/16 - Ibraheim Campbell, NWestern, Browns SS Ibraheim Campbell (hamstring) did not practice Thursday.
09/23/16 - Cameron Erving, Florida St, Browns C Cameron Erving (bruised lung) did not practice and will not play against the Dolphins.
09/23/16 - Josh Keyes, Boston Col, Undrafted LB Josh Keyes was re-signed by the Bucs on Friday.
The 6-2, 223-pound Keyes played in two games on special teams for Tampa Bay this season before being waived Wednesday. He was on the active roster for the last seven weeks in 2015 and started this year on the practice squad but was promoted before the season opener to provide depth.
09/23/16 - *Benardrick McKinney, Miss St, Texans LB Benardrick McKinney was in on 16 tackles, including a sack, in the Texans' loss at New England.
09/22/16 - Jeff Heuerman, Ohio St, Broncos TE Jeff Heuerman has had two full days of practice and appears in line to make his regular-season debut Sunday. Heuerman missed his 2015 rookie season because of a torn ACL and has dealt with hamstring and ankle injuries this year.
09/22/16 - Curtis Riley, Fresno St, Undrafted DB Curtis Riley was moved to the 53-man roster to take Chance Warmack's spot. Riley could see action in his first NFL game Sunday on special teams.