Title: NFL Injury Updates and Lineup Changes for Week 7
Subtitle: Key players’ statuses and potential replacements revealed
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In the midst of another action-packed Sunday in the NFL, several teams have announced their inactive players for the highly anticipated 4 p.m. ET games. Here are the latest updates on player injuries, recoveries, and lineup changes to help you prepare for the exciting matchups ahead.
One notable development is the potential return of Green Bay Packers’ running back, Aaron Jones. After grappling with a lingering hamstring injury, Jones has been deemed active for today’s game, although his workload may be shared with AJ Dillon.
In Arizona, wide receiver Zach Pascal has been listed as inactive, as Michael Wilson has climbed the ranks in the WR pecking order for the Cardinals. Additionally, the Cardinals’ star quarterback, Kyler Murray, remains sidelined. However, there is optimism that Murray may resume his role in Week 8.
Denver Broncos’ tight end, Greg Dulcich, is currently out and has been placed on injured reserve. This opens the door for Adam Trautman, though he may not be a significant factor in fantasy football.
The Kansas City Chiefs will be missing wide receiver Justin Watson, who is not expected to return until at least Week 10. Meanwhile, Jalen Guyton of the Los Angeles Chargers is out this week but may make a comeback in the upcoming games.
The Los Angeles Rams have placed running back Kyren Williams on injured reserve, with Darrell Henderson Jr. set to lead the rushing attack in his absence.
In Pittsburgh, the return of wide receiver Diontae Johnson from injured reserve is a timely boost for the Steelers. Johnson’s presence will undoubtedly aid their offensive efforts.
Seattle Seahawks’ wide receiver DK Metcalf will be inactive for today’s game. As fantasy football players search for alternatives, Jaxon Smith-Njigba and Jake Bobo may be potential waiver-wire targets.
The absence of running back Zach Charbonnet necessitates an increased workload for Kenneth Walker III in the Seahawks’ backfield, with DeeJay Dallas serving as the backup.
Miami Dolphins’ running back Jeff Wilson Jr. has returned from injured reserve alongside Raheem Mostert, sharing the responsibilities in the team’s backfield.
The Philadelphia Eagles have elevated Julio Jones from the practice squad, but his role within the team may be limited initially.
Buffalo Bills’ running back Damien Harris has been placed on injured reserve, leading to a split of carries between James Cook and Latavius Murray.
In Chicago, running back Roschon Johnson’s absence has shifted the workload to a likely timeshare between D’Onta Foreman, Travis Homer, and Darrynton Evans.
The Cleveland Browns’ quarterback, Deshaun Watson, will make his highly anticipated return to the field for the first time since Week 3. Additionally, Kareem Hunt’s active status suggests that Deon Jackson may not be needed as insurance.
Detroit Lions’ wide receiver Marvin Jones Jr. will miss today’s game due to personal reasons, opening the door for Jameson Williams to receive additional targets.
The absence of running back David Montgomery creates an opportunity for Jahmyr Gibbs to assume the majority of touches, with Craig Reynolds nursing a rib injury.
Taking the field today for the Indianapolis Colts is wide receiver Alec Pierce, but fantasy managers may still favor Michael Pittman Jr. and Josh Downs.
Finally, the New York Giants’ quarterback, Daniel Jones, will be inactive for today’s game, paving the way for Tyrod Taylor to assume the starting role.
Stay tuned for more updates on player injuries, recoveries, and lineup changes as the NFL season progresses.
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