While this is a positive report, Murray's status may not be known until shortly before Sunday's 4:05 ET kickoff. If Murray can't play, Derrick Henry is likely to lead the Titans' rushing attack in Week 3
A full practice participant all week, Nelson doesn't seem to be in much danger of missing the game. Still, fantasy players should double check his status before kickoff.
A limited practice participant throughout the week, Reed said he has full range of motion in his shoulder but is still dealing with significant pain. Bothered by rib and sternum injuries -- in addition to the toe issue that's required management since this summer -- Reed probably won't be at his best even if he's able to play and handles his usual snap workload. He looks like a very risky option Sunday even if he does play.
Dealing with a rib cartilage injury, Kelley was limited throughout the week of practice after exiting in the second quarter of last week's 27-20 win over the Rams. He had said on Friday that he expected to play and may wear a protective vest, but it sounds like that outlook has changed. While this report doesn't rule him out, he looks too risky for fantasy players who need to set a lineup before the game's Sunday night 8:30 pm ET start time.
Smith did not make the trip to Minnesota after being listed as doubtful on Friday's injury report. He was hoping to return this week after missing all of preseason and the final 15 games of 2016 while recovering from a torn ACL.
Clinton McDonald will step in for Baker at defensive tackle against the Vikings.
Butler was slowed by his ankle injury at both Friday's and Saturday's practice sessions, but he was still able to get on the field, which bodes well for his chances of being available Monday night. Both Butler and fellow wideout Terrance Williams (ankle) are listed as questionable for Monday, and Butler's only real chance of making any sort of fantasy impact in Week 3 will be if he plays and Williams is ruled out.
Williams was limited at practice the last two days after not showing up on Thursday's report, but his participation Saturday puts him on pace to take the field in Week 3. A final call on Williams' status may not be made until Monday night, however, so those considering using him in fantasy lineups will want another option available if awaiting the final decision.
Gresham sat out last week's game due to his rib injury, but he was able to practice on a limited basis at each of the Cardinals' three practice sessions this week, and head coach Bruce Arians expects him to return to action Monday night. If Gresham is indeed able to take the field, expect him to start at tight end like he usually does.
Carroll has yet to clear through the league's concussion protocol and will subsequently be forced to miss Monday's game. Given the nature of head injuries, it's unclear for how long Carroll will be sidelined. Jourdan Lewis figures to be the primary beneficiary during his absence.