Dion Jordan
Report: Dion Jordan won't have suspension cut short
Dion Jordan, DE, MIA
4:41 PM
News: Dolphins defensive end Dion Jordan won't have his four-game suspension for violating the NFL's drug policy cut short if a new policy is adopted, reports the Miami Herald. An announcement on a new policy is expected soon, the paper said.

Several other players suspended under the old policy are expected to be eligible to play Week 3.

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Roddy White
Falcons resting Roddy White because of quick turnaround
Roddy White, WR, ATL
3:53 PM
News: Even though Falcons wide receiver Roddy White was absent from Tuesday's practice due to a hamstring injury, coach Mike Smith seemed more concerned about resting White for the short turnaround for Thursday's game against the Bucs than the injury.

"It's not important for Roddy to practice,'' Smith said, per ESPN. "We'd like for Roddy to practice, but it's all about getting Roddy ready on a short week. And some of these guys across the league that have some age with them, on a short week, you've got to get them to Thursday. And that's our intention. 

"Right now, our goal is to have Roddy as healthy as he can be for the ball game on Thursday night.''

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Marcedes Lewis
Marcedes Lewis placed on short-term IR
Marcedes Lewis, TE, JAC
2:40 PM
News: The Jaguars put tight end Marcedes Lewis on injured reserve/designated to return with a high ankle sprain. Lewis won't be eligible to play again until Week 12.
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Lamar Miller
Lamar Miller able to practice
Lamar Miller, RB, MIA
2:35 PM
News: Dolphins running back Lamar Miller, who left the Week 2 loss at Buffalo with an ankle injury, is practicing Tuesday, reports the Miami Herald. It's a good sign for his availability Sunday against the Chiefs.
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Gerald McCoy
Gerald McCoy expected to be game-time decision Thursday
Gerald McCoy, DT, TB
2:24 PM
News: Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy said he will be a game-time decision for Week 3 against the Falcons. McCoy suffered a broken left hand Sunday against the Rams.

"Most of it is pain tolerance, whether I can tolerate it or not," McCoy said, per ESPN. "As much as you want to be out there, you also want to be smart because the risk of missing a game or a couple of games as opposed to the risk of the rest of the season, it's not worth it.''

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Jonathan Meeks
Bills make roster moves
Jonathan Meeks, DB, BUF
2:17 PM
News: The Bills signed former Vikings linebacker Larry Dean and placed safety Jonathan Meeks (neck) on injured reserve, reports the Buffalo News.
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Doug Martin
Doug Martin gets first carries at practice Tuesday
Doug Martin, RB, TB
2:02 PM
News: Buccaneers running back Doug Martin, who sat out Week 2 due to a knee injury, received the first carries at running back during the early portion of practice Tuesday, according to The Tampa Tribune. Martin was listed as a limited participant in practice Monday.
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Steve McLendon
Steve McLendon questionable with shoulder injury
Steve McLendon, NT, PIT
1:57 PM
News: Steelers starting nose tackle Steve McLendon, who injured his shoulder Week 2 at Baltimore, is questionable for Sunday night's game at Carolina, coach Mike Tomlin told ESPN.com. McClendon practiced on a limited basis Monday.

He has nine tackles through two games.

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Vernon Davis
Report: Vernon Davis might play Week 3
Vernon Davis, TE, SF
1:41 PM
News: 49ers tight end Vernon Davis has avoided a significant ankle injury and could play Week 3 against the Cardinals, a source told CSNBayArea.com. Davis underwent an MRI Monday, which revealed a deep bruise and no structural damage to his left ankle, the source added.
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Mychal Kendricks
Mychal Kendricks getting MRI
Mychal Kendricks, ILB, PHI
1:27 PM
News: While Eagles linebacker Mychal Kendricks said he'll be fine for Week 3, the team sent him for an MRI on his calf injury, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer. Kendricks left Monday's win at Indianapolis with what he called a calf spasm.
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