Julio Jones
Falcons' Julio Jones: Should be fine for Week 4
Julio Jones, WR, ATL
1:40 PM
News: Falcons coach Dan Quinn said Monday that he isn't worried about Jones' (back) availability for Week 4 against the Bills, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.

Quinn acknowledged Jones likely will be limited at practice, after the wideout played a full game and caught seven of 12 targets for 91 yards in Sunday's 30-26 win over the Lions. Jones has a long history of playing at a high level while battling minor injuries, but there will be real cause for concern if he's absent rather than limited during the upcoming week of practice.

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Kendall Wright
Bears' Kendall Wright: Not targeted in win over Steelers
Kendall Wright, WR, CHI
1:28 PM
News: Wright played 35 of 65 offensive snaps but didn't receive a target during Sunday's 23-17 overtime win over Pittsburgh.

After hauling in 10 of 14 targets for 103 yards over the first two weeks of the season, this was a surprising and disastrous fantasy showing from Wright. The Chicago offense leaned on its ground attack against Pittsburgh on Sunday, but it was odd that Wright didn't even see a single target. Quarterback Mike Glennon will likely have to air it out more to keep pace with the Green Bay offense at Lambeau Field on Thursday, so how involved Wright is in Week 4 will be telling about his fantasy prospects moving forward.

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Rashard Higgins
Browns' Rashard Higgins: Fails to capitalize
Rashard Higgins, WR, CLE
1:25 PM
News: Higgins played 52 of 77 offensive snaps in Sunday's 31-28 loss to Indianapolis, catching two of six targets for 10 yards.

Higgins was unable to build on a strong Week 2 in which he led the Browns in targets, catches and receiving yards. He still operated as a top-three wideout in Corey Coleman's (hand) absence, playing the same number of snaps as Kenny Britt and just five fewer than Ricardo Louis. Britt drew a team-high 10 targets and scored a touchdown, but he only caught three passes for 54 yards. Louis managed just one catch for 10 yards on six targets, giving him three consecutive outings with 32 or fewer yards. Running back Duke Johnson enters Week 4 against Cincinnati as the team leader in targets (18), catches (11) and receiving yards (160).

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Will Fuller
Texans' Will Fuller: May be back for Week 4
Will Fuller, WR, HOU
12:52 PM
News: Fuller (collarbone) could return for Week 4 against the Titans, Deepi Sidhu of the Texans' official site reports.

Fuller was back at practice last week but nonetheless was ruled out long before Sunday's 36-33 loss to the Patriots. Head coach Bill O'Brien said Monday that he's hearing good things about Fuller's prognosis, potentially setting up the speedy wideout for a Week 4 return. Bruce Ellington served as the No. 2 receiver in Sunday's loss, catching four of seven targets for 59 yards ad a touchdown.

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Kelvin Benjamin
Panthers' Kelvin Benjamin: Avoids structural damage
Kelvin Benjamin, WR, CAR
12:25 PM
News: An MRI on Benjamin's injured left knee revealed no structural damage, but the Panthers aren't sure about his availability for Week 4 in New England, Bryan Strickland of the Panthers' official site reports.

While he seems to have escaped without a severe injury to his surgically-repaired knee, Benjamin isn't out of the woods in terms of potentially missing games. He left Sunday's 34-13 loss to the Saints in the first half and wasn't able to return. Should Benjamin miss additional time, Devin Funchess will step in as the Panthers' No. 1 receiver, with Russell Shepard, Curtis Samuel and Damiere Byrd also lining up as candidates to handle expanded roles. The Carolina passing game was struggling even before Benjamin and Greg Olsen (foot) suffered injuries.

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Trevor Davis
Packers' Trevor Davis: Limited to punt-return duties
Trevor Davis, WR, GB
11:48 AM
News: Davis did not play a snap on offense but had five punt returns for 70 yards in Sunday's victory over the Bengals.

Davis played a few snaps at wide receiver in Week 2 and was technically the Packers' fourth wideout Sunday with fellow receiver Randall Cobb (chest) sidelined, but he did not factor into the offensive game plan. He did make an impact on special teams, though, as he had a 33-yard run among his five punt returns.

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Randall Cobb
Packers' Randall Cobb: Was not close to playing Sunday
Randall Cobb, WR, GB
11:04 AM
News: Cobb (chest) said following Sunday's victory over the Bengals that he was "not really" close to playing in the contest, the Wisconsin State Journal reports.

Cobb did not provide specifics of the injury that kept him out Sunday, so it's difficult to gauge his status moving forward. However, he did not practice last week and seemingly did not have a real chance to play Sunday, so it could be tough for him to get back on the field in Week 4 with just a few days to prepare prior to the Packers' matchup with the Bears on Thursday night.

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Tommylee Lewis
Saints' Tommylee Lewis: Three catches in Week 3
Tommylee Lewis, WR, NO
11:03 AM
News: Lewis had three receptions on three targets for 15 yards in Sunday's win against the Panthers.

Lewis continues to see only modest playing time, participating in 16 of 58 offensive snaps (28 percent) on Sunday. While he's made a couple of nice plays, with Willie Snead set to return from suspension in Week 4, Lewis has little to no value in most fantasy leagues.

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Zay Jones
Bills' Zay Jones: Shut out in win over Denver
Zay Jones, WR, BUF
10:56 AM
News: Jones was targeted just twice in Sunday's win against the Broncos and did not catch either pass.

Ouch. A week after Jones couldn't come down with a ball that might have given the Bills an upset win over Carolina, Jones was nowhere to be seen in the offense. Brighter days are ahead for the second-round rookie, but for now he's behind Charles Clay, Jordan Matthews, LeSean McCoy and Andre Holmes -- and perhaps others -- in the passing game.

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Brandon Coleman
Saints' Brandon Coleman: Scores touchdown on only catch
Brandon Coleman, WR, NO
10:55 AM
News: Coleman caught the only pass thrown his way for an 11-yard touchdown in Sunday's win against the Panthers.

Coleman played 46 of 58 offensive snaps -- the same number as Michael Thomas and 12 more than Ted Ginn -- but was only targeted once in the game. To be fair, no player other than Thomas saw more than three targets, as Drew Brees connected with a bevy of different receivers before leaning heavily on the run game in the second half. At 6-foot-6, Coleman has shown a nose for the end zone, with both his scores this season coming on red-zone targets. However, with Willie Snead returning from suspension next week, the big receiver could see his playing time scaled back, making him a risky fantasy option in Week 4 against the Dolphins.

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