News Display Mode
Targeting Week 11 return
Could be limited by harness
Should make Rams debut Sunday
Return date uncertain
Return doesn't seem imminent
Looking iffy for Sunday
Poised to return
New injury surfaces
In doghouse after MNF?
Jones could lose work to Jamaal Williams moving forward after his lost fumble and drop of a potential touchdown pass in Monday's loss.
Earning bigger role?
Williams could be regaining at least a bigger piece of the backfield time share after Aaron Jones' lost fumble and dropped pass that could've been a touchdown Monday in Week 6.
Trade chip at deadline?
Could be trade chip
Should be back by Week 8
Full workload expected in return
Greater timeshare moving forward?
Johnson, who's been dealing with back tightness over his last two games, may cede a bit more work to backup Chase Edmonds moving forward, Kyle Odegard of the team's official site reports. "We've got to do a better job of getting him [Edmonds] the football, because he's been a very impactful player," head coach Kliff Kingsbury said.
Carving out bigger role
Returning to prominence in offense?
Crowder, who logged nine targets in Sunday's win over the Cowboys, could see his production spike moving forward with Sam Darnold back under center for the Jets.
Reduced usage on horizon?
Bell, who logged just 15 touches in a Week 6 win over the Cowboys, could see some reduced usage with Sam Darnold back at quarterback and tight end Chris Herndon set to return from suspension.
Modest role upon return?
Hunt, who's eligible to return from his season-opening suspension Week 10, may not have more than a modest complementary role with Nick Chubb excelling as the lead back and compiling an AFC-high 607 rushing yards through six games.
Role in flux?
Williams saw just seven snaps on offense during Sunday's loss to the Texans, notably behind fellow running backs LeSean McCoy (29) and Darrel Williams (22).
Comments lead to release?
Job reportedly safe for now
Winston, who threw five interceptions and lost a fumble in a 37-26 loss to the Panthers on Sunday, isn't in danger of losing his starting job for the time being, Jenna Laine of ESPN.com reports. "No. I look at the reasons why. What happened?" said Bruce Arians, now 2-4 as the Bucs' head coach. "If it happens again, yeah, it'll concern the hell out of me."
To lose job for rest of season?
With head coach Mike Vrabel emphasizing the importance of not having a "revolving door" at quarterback while acknowledging he's mulling a change at the position, there's a chance Mariota remains the No. 2 option behind Ryan Tannehill the rest of the season if demoted, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports.
Likely starter rest of season?