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  • 9/26, 12:39 pm
    • Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said Tuesday...

      Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said Tuesday that Johnson would retain the starting role at running back heading into the Week 4 matchup with the 49ers, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

      Analysis: After turning to Kerwynn Williams as the starter in Week 2 in place of the injured David Johnson (wrist), Arians called upon the newly re-signed Chris Johnson to lead the team's backfield in Monday's loss to the Cowboys. Johnson was unable to provide much of a spark on the ground, gaining only 17 yards on 12 carries. In spite of Johnson's lack of production, Williams logged just one offensive snap, signaling that Arians wasn't preparing for another changing of the guard in the backfield. While Johnson will receive another shot at redemption Sunday against a San Francisco defense that struggled to slow down Rams running back Todd Gurley a week earlier, the 32-year-old nonetheless projects as a low-end starting option at the position in most formats. To compensate for the weak running game, the Cardinals will likely utilize another pass-heavy attack in Week 4, as quarterback Carson Palmer has attempted no fewer than 36 passes in any of the team's first three contests.

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  • 9/26, 12:28 pm
    • Cyprien (hamstring) could play in Week...

      Cyprien (hamstring) could play in Week 4's game against the Texans, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.

      Analysis: Cyprien was ruled out for "a few weeks" after suffering a hamstring injury in the team's season opener against the Raiders, so they expected a return in the next week or so. Expect a more specific update on Cyprien's status to come Wednesday.

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  • 9/26, 11:25 am
    • Perry (hand) rejoined the Packers for...

      Perry (hand) rejoined the Packers for practice Tuesday, Kevin Patra of NFL.com reports.

      Analysis: The Packers haven't released their official practice report Tuesday, so the extent of Perry's involvement in the session is unclear. He was spotted with a club over his fractured right hand, which required surgery last week. Perry required a similar procedure last season and was able to return to game action two weeks later, so it's unclear if he'll be able to beat that timetable this time around and play Thursday against the Bears. Perry ended up sitting out the Week 3 win over the Bengals, resulting in Ahmad Brooks taking on an increased role at outside linebacker.

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  • 9/26, 11:08 am
    • Cobb (chest) participated in Tuesday's practice,...

      Cobb (chest) participated in Tuesday's practice, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.

      Analysis: The Packers estimated that Cobb would have been a limited participant Monday had they actually practiced, so his return Tuesday isn't much of a surprise. The short week, however, still likely leaves Cobb's status for Thursday as questionable, and his level of participation Wednesday should help clear the air.

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  • 9/26, 10:50 am
    • Steelers coach Mike Tomlin relayed Tuesday...

      Steelers coach Mike Tomlin relayed Tuesday that Mitchell is still nursing a hamstring injury, Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.

      Analysis: It's unclear if Mitchell, who notched a season-high nine tackles while playing 55 snaps in the Week 3 loss to the Bears, aggravated what has been a nagging hamstring injury since the start of the season, or if he's simply managing soreness. If it's the latter, Mitchell would seemingly have a good chance to play Sunday against the Ravens, but more clarity on that front won't come until the Steelers hold their first official practice of the week Wednesday.

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