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  • League may reschedule MIN-HOU, TEN-PIT in Week 4
    CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports the league notified the Titans, Steelers, Vikings, and Texans that it may be forced to reschedule both contests for Week 4.

    Advice: The league reportedly told the Steelers to proceed with game preparations against the Titans, which were forced to shut down its facilities until Saturday following eight new positive tests among the organization. Minnesota's facitilites, which provided 0 positive tests as of Tuesday afternoon, were also evacuated until further notice. The NFL is still discussing plans for postponement which include pushing both games to Monday/Tuesday night or rescheduling bye weeks to assist with games in Weeks 7 and 8. All ideas are on the table. Today, 8:50 am
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  • Jermaine Kearse announces his retirement
    Jermaine Kearse announced his retirement.

    Advice: “Seattle, as a hometown kid it was a complete honor to represent you guys out there on the field,” Kearse wrote. “Thank you so much for your endless support throughout my football career." His full statement can be viewed on his Instagram. Kearse hasn't played since breaking his leg in a preseason game with the Lions last summer. He finishes his career with 255 catches for 3,290 yards and 17 touchdowns across eight seasons with the Seahawks and Jets. Today, 8:41 am
    Week 4 Projected Rank
  • Goedert (ankle) to miss 'at least' a couple weeks
    NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports Dallas Goedert (ankle) is expected to miss "at least a couple weeks."

    Advice: The Eagles won't hit their bye until Week 9, leaving Goedert ample time to return to the field before an extended break. With DeSean Jackson (hamstring), Jalen Reagor (thumb), and Alshon Jeffery still on the mend, Zach Ertz logically projects for double-digit targets per game in the short-term with both John Hightower and Greg Ward entering the team's starting lineup. Richard Rodgers is the only other available tight end for the Eagles at this time. Today, 6:37 am
    Week 4 Projected Rank
  • McVay 'thinks' Henderson will start against Giants
    Rams coach Sean McVay believes Darrell Henderson will start in Week 4 against the Giants.

    Advice: "I think so," McVay responded when asked if Henderson would get the nod among the team's trio of runners. "I think the more that he plays and the more he’s available, the better he’s going to get." Henderson, Pro Football Focus' No. 1 graded running back through three games, has been nothing short of sterling since returning from a hamstring injury, totaling 32/195/2 and 6.0 yards per carry the past two weeks. Benny Snell, David Montgomery, and Jerick McKinnon have all had success against the Giants' lacking front-seven this year and Henderson's results should be no different as long as Cam Akers (ribs) remains sidelined. Henderson will be a strong RB2 in Week 4. Today, 6:10 am
    Week 4 Projected Rank
  • Godwin (hamstring) could miss 'multiple' games
    Tampa Bay Times' Rick Stroud reports Chris Godwin (hamstring) could miss "multiple" games.

    Advice: Godwin is expected to miss Week 4 against the Chargers, but Tampa Bay's short turnaround against the Bears next Thursday makes it tough for the 24-year-old to prep for Week 5, too. Justin Watson, who was scratched against the Broncos with a shoulder injury, is expected to replace Godwin in the slot if available. Rookie Tyler Johnson is another candidate after he saw his first regular season action this past week. Whatever the case, fantasy players should prep as if Godwin won't be available against Los Angeles. The team's injury report will help decipher the rest. Today, 6:02 am
    Week 4 Projected Rank

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