Injury Report Week 4: Alvin Kamara out; CMC set to play with; Dalvin Cook, Gabe Davis, Marquise Brown questionable

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Godwin (hamstring) is a question for Sunday night’s game against the Chiefs after managing only limited practice sessions on Wednesday and Friday this week. There is optimism Godwin can play, according to early Sunday reports. Whether he’d handle a normal workload, however, is another question considering he only made it through the first half of the opener against the Cowboys before being sidelined. Julio Jones (knee) assuming he plays through his questionable day, Russell Gage, who is also questionable but probably playing with his hamstring problem, and the likes of Scotty Miller and Cole Beasley could all help absorb any workload that Godwin is spared.
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St. Brown (ankle) will not play in Sunday’s game against the Seahawks after missing practice all week. Of course, the star’s absence in Wideout’s sophomore year creates a significant vacuum in Detroit’s passing game, considering he’s pulled 33 goals in three games. With fellow DJ Chark (ankle) also ruling out Josh Reynolds (ankle), Kalif Raymond, Quintez Cephus and even tight end TJ Hockenson, they should all benefit to varying degrees.
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Thomas (Foot) will not play in Sunday’s game in London against the Vikings after missing practice all week. Of course, Thomas’ absence is a significant deduction for the Saints air attack, which is led by Andy Dalton in place of Jameis Winston (back/ankle). Jarvis Landry, who is questionable with an ankle injury but appears to have a solid chance, is likely to take on many of Thomas’s short to medium-distance routes, with Tre’Quan Smith also likely to enjoy a setback opportunity.
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Allen (hamstring) will be out for Sunday’s game against the Jaguars, despite completing a few limited practices before missing Friday’s session. Mike Williams, Joshua Palmer and DeAndre Carter should continue to serve as Justin Herbert’s top 3 wideouts against Jacksonville.
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Brown (foot) is a question for Sunday’s game against the Panthers after ending the week with limited practice on Friday. However, according to early Sunday reports, Brown will compete and should once again serve as the clear top receiver for Kyler Murray after capturing 17 goals in Week 3, despite being joined by Rondale Moore for the first time this season.
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Gallup (knee) doesn’t wear an injury designation ahead of Sunday’s game against the Commanders, so he’s in line to serve at least as a No. 3 receiver against Washington while potentially clipping Noah Brown’s snaps.
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Davis (ankle) is questionable for Sunday’s game against the Ravens after getting some limited practice in a missed session on Thursday. According to early Sunday reports, Davis is expected to play through his problem for the second straight game after losing a whopping 86 snaps to the Dolphins in Week 3.
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Hopkins will serve the fourth game of his six-game season-opening suspension on Sunday. Kyler Murray plans to work with Marquise Brown (foot), debutant Rondale Moore (hamstring) and Greg Dortch as his top three wideouts.
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Chark (ankle) was demoted to out for Sunday’s game against the Seahawks after putting a few limited practice sessions around a missed Thursday session. Chark had gone into the weekend questionable, but his updated status, combined with the confirmed absence of Amon-Ra St. Brown (ankle), leaves Josh Reynolds as the de facto No. 1 receiver against Seattle.
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Gage (hamstring) is a question for Sunday night’s game against the Chiefs after ending the week with a missed Friday practice session. Gage will likely continue to play through his hamstring issue, which he’s dealt with to some degree since camp, and could share snaps of No. 3 wide receiver Julio Jones (knee) if the veteran fits but has managed his workload .
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Jones (knee) is a question for Sunday night’s game against the Chiefs but ended the week with a missed practice session after registering limited attendance on Wednesday and Thursday. According to early Sunday reports, the team is optimistic that Jones and colleague Chris Godwin (hamstring) can both line up against Kansas City. However, if Jones sits out, Russell Gage would serve as the No. 3 full-time receiver as long as he plays through his hamstring injury as expected.
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Landry (ankle) is doubtful for Sunday’s clash in London against the Vikings after ending the week with two limited practices. If the veteran passes, he’ll be lining up for an expanded role, with Michael Thomas (foot) sidelined, especially as Landry is adept at handling many of the close-to-medium range targets his absent teammate often sees.
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Renfrow (concussion) will not play in Sunday’s game against the Broncos after missing practice all week. In Renfrow’s second straight absence, Mack Hollins, who blew up for eight receptions for 158 yards and a touchdown against the Titans in Week 3 with a workload of 63 snaps, should again serve as the No. 2 receiver, with Keelan Cole likely to bounce up to third on the depth map.
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Meyers (knee) was demoted to out for Sunday’s game against the Packers after limited practice all week. Meyer’s absence should give DeVante Parker, Kendrick Bourne and Nelson Agholor additional chances again, although the trio will catch passes from Brian Hoyer in place of Mac Jones (ankle).
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Green (knee) will not play in Sunday’s game against the Panthers after missing practice all week. In his absence, Andy Isabella is expected to serve as Arizona’s No. 4 wideout against Carolina.
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Jones (ankle) is a question for Sunday’s game against the Eagles but worked back to limited practice on Friday after missing Thursday’s session. Jones is expected to play, according to early Sunday reports.
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Moore (hamstring) is a question for Sunday’s game against the Panthers after limited practice all week, but he will make his season debut against Carolina, according to early Sunday reports. The sophomore wideout could play a major role right away considering AJ Green (knee) is already ruled out and Marquise Brown (foot) could be in less than full health.
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Valdes-Scantling (abdominal) is doubtful for Sunday night’s game against the Buccaneers after hemming limited Wednesday and Friday sessions around an absence on Thursday. Valdes-Scantling is expected to adjust and fill in his usual role as No. 2 receiver, according to reports Saturday night. Should there be a setback, Mecole Hardman would likely be the most direct beneficiary.
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Reynolds (ankle) is questionable for Sunday’s game against the Seahawks but ended the week with two limited practices after starting the week with a missed session on Wednesday. Assuming he fits, Reynolds, who has plenty of experience working with quarterback Jared Goff, could play an important role if both Amon-Ra St. Brown and DJ Chark are sidelined against Seattle with ankle injuries.
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Toney (hamstring) is out for Sunday’s game against the Bears after missing practice all week. In Toney’s absence, as well as those of Wan’Dale Robinson (knee) and Sterling Shepard (IR knee), Kenny Golladay, Darius Slayton and David Sills will line up for some extra chances behind Richie James.
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Shepard (knee) is on injured reserve on Wednesday after tearing his cruciate ligament in Monday night’s Week 3 loss to the Cowboys, an injury that will sideline him for the remainder of the season. In relation to Week 4, his absence will push Richie James into the de facto No. 1 receiver role, while Kenny Golladay and Darius Slayton may also finally have a significant number of in the face of Kadarius Toney (hamstring) and Wan’Dale Robinson (knee). Snapshots will see ) are also out.
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Watson, who missed the Week 3 win against the Buccaneers with a hamstring injury, will play in Sunday’s game against the Patriots after ending the week with two full practice sessions.
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Perriman (knee) is doubtful for Sunday night’s game against the Chiefs after missing practice all week. In his likely absence, Scotty Miller and Jaelon Darden could both help fill Perriman’s downfield role.
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Philips (shoulder) is a question for Sunday’s game against the Colts after limited practice all week. If Philips returns from a game absence, he could share receiver snaps No. 3 with Nick Westbrook-Ikhine.
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Shenault (hamstring) is a question for Sunday’s game against the Cardinals but has had limited practice on both Wednesday and Friday. If Shenault, who hit a 3-90-1 line in Week 3 against the Saints, sits out, Rashard Higgins, who has plenty of experience working with Baker Mayfield since his Browns days, would step into the No. 4 receiver role rising up.
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Robinson (knee) is out for Sunday’s game against the Bears after missing practice all week. With Kadarius Toney (hamstring) also out and Sterling Shepard (knee) on injured reserve, Richie James, Kenny Golladay, Darius Slayton and David Sills should serve as New York’s top-4 wideouts.
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Jones (hamstring) is a question for Sunday’s game against the Giants but has worked his way back to a full practice session on Friday. Jones is expected to dress and make his NFL debut while likely serving as the No. 4 wide receiver, according to early Sunday reports.
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Kumerow (ankle) will not play in Sunday’s game against the Ravens after missing practice all week. Khalil Shakir will likely serve as the No. 5 receiver if Buffalo chooses to keep that many wideouts active.

https://www.cbssports.com/fantasy/football/news/week-4-injury-report-christian-mccaffrey-likely-to-play-dalvin-cook-alvin-kamara-gabe-davis-questionable/ Injury Report Week 4: Alvin Kamara out; CMC set to play with; Dalvin Cook, Gabe Davis, Marquise Brown questionable

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