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The New Orleans Saints signed quarterback Jake Luton to their 53-man roster from their practice squad on Tuesday. Luton's signing is a good indication that the team is preparing to be without starting quarterback Derek Carr (shoulder) for the near future. Luton will serve as the team's backup QB while Jameis Winston runs the offense in Week 4 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Fantasy managers relying on Carr should be making alternate plans at the quarterback position heading into this weekend.
The Cleveland Browns signed running back Deon Jackson and tight end Devin Asiasi to their practice squad on Tuesday. Jackson was released by the Indianapolis Colts on Saturday but did not have to wait long to latch on with another team. He will now bide his time in Cleveland where he could eventually get elevated from the practice squad if the team needs an extra body at the running back position. Jackson has had some big games over his NFL career but struggled in 2023, losing two fumbles and gaining just 14 yards on 13 carries. Asiasi last appeared in a game with the Cincinnati Bengals in 2022 and finished the year with two catches for five yards.
Free-agent wide receiver Shi Smith signed with the practice squad of the Tennessee Titans on Tuesday. Smith spent the previous two years with the Carolina Panthers before they released him ahead of the 2023 season, accumulating 28 catches for 400 yards and two touchdowns across 23 games. In Tennessee, Smith will look to carve out a role behind wide receivers DeAndre Hopkins, Treylon Burks, and Nick Westbrook-Ikhine. It is unlikely that Smith makes a fantasy impact in the run-first Titans offense, even if he does get elevated from the practice squad at some point.
The Minnesota Vikings released running back Myles Gaskin on Tuesday. Gaskin appeared in one game for the Vikings in 2023 but did not log any stats. He became expendable in Minnesota after the team acquired running back Cam Akers from the Los Angeles Rams last week. Gaskin will now hit the free-agent market in hopes of latching on with another team.
The New Orleans Saints released wide receiver Tre'Quan Smith (groin) from Injured Reserve on Tuesday, making him a free agent. Smith will have to prove he's past his groin injury before another team takes a chance on him as receiver depth. The 27-year-old former third-round pick by the Saints in 2018 out of Central Florida has yet to play in 2023 and had 19 receptions for 278 yards and a career-low one touchdown on 27 targets in 15 games (six starts) last year for New Orleans. Smith has 131 catches on 196 targets for 1,764 yards and 18 touchdowns in 66 games (35 starts) in five NFL seasons, all with the Saints.
Green Bay Packers head coach Matt LaFleur said he would love to have wide receiver Christian Watson (hamstring) available for the first time this year on Thursday night against the Detroit Lions, but LaFleur said Watson hasn't been medically cleared yet. LaFleur didn't say Watson wouldn't play this week but he's not confirming that the plan is for Watson to play. The 24-year-old said earlier on Tuesday that the plan was for him to make his 2023 debut in Week 4 on Thursday night, but it sounds as though the Packers are pumping the brakes on that. Watson will most likely be listed as questionable on the final injury report and could be a game-time decision on Thursday. If he suits up, he could also be eased into the offense in his first game of the year, making him a risky flex play.
Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin said that wide receiver Allen Robinson II (ankle) is dealing with an ankle injury and could be limited early in the week in practice. It doesn't sound like a very serious injury for Robinson, but don't be surprised if he's held out of the team's first official practice this week on Wednesday. The 30-year-old veteran hasn't exactly capitalized on Diontae Johnson's hamstring injury in the first three weeks of the season, hauling in 11 of his 15 targets for 100 yards and no touchdowns in his first three games in Pittsburgh. It would be a surprise if he was unable to play this Sunday against the Houston Texans, but A-Rob has so far been an uninspiring WR4/flex option for fantasy managers in deeper leagues.
The Los Angeles Chargers officially placed wide receiver Mike Williams (knee) on Injured Reserve on Tuesday and signed receiver Simi Fehoko to the active roster from the Pittsburgh Steelers' practice squad in a corresponding move. The Bolts also signed safety AJ Finley to their practice squad. Williams suffered a season-ending torn ACL in his left knee in the Week 3 win over the Minnesota Vikings. Fantasy managers in single-year leagues can safely drop him now. The 28-year-old will finish 2023 with 19 catches on 26 targets for 249 yards and a touchdown in three games. With Williams now out, Joshua Palmer will be LA's No. 2 behind Keenan Allen, and first-round rookie wideout Quentin Johnston will also be thrust into a much bigger role moving forward.
New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley (ankle) wasn't expected to do much at all at the team's walkthrough practice on Tuesday, but he's headed in the right direction. "He's really now, I'd say, in the day-to-day category. Feels a lot better today. But we'll kind of take that all the way throughout the week and see how he improves," head coach Brian Daboll said. Barkley suffered a dreaded high-ankle sprain in Week 2 and was forced to sit out on a short week last Thursday in the loss to the San Francisco 49ers. The Giants have an extra day this week with their Week 4 game coming on Monday night against the Seattle Seahawks, and they won't release their first injury report until Thursday. The 26-year-old can't be ruled out to return on Monday, but he'll also be extremely risky in starting fantasy lineups.
Green Bay Packers running back Aaron Jones (hamstring) was listed as a limited participant again on Tuesday in the team's walkthrough practice. Jones suffered a left-hamstring injury in the season opener and has now missed back-to-back games, but this was the fourth straight limited practice, giving him a shot to suit up on a short week this Thursday night against the division-rival Detroit Lions. Despite the fact that Jones appears to be making progress, the 28-year-old could very be questionable on Wednesday's final injury report and could be a game-time decision on Thursday. If he makes his return in Week 4, don't be surprised if the Packers limit his snaps and ease him into the backfield. Backup AJ Dillon has totally flopped so far in an expanded role the last two weeks with Jones sidelined.
Detroit Lions RB David Montgomery (thigh) was estimated to be limited in practice for a second consecutive day on Tuesday, Sept. 26.
Fantasy Spin: Head coach Dan Campbell told the media earlier on Tuesday that he is "starting to feel pretty good about" Montgomery's ability to play on Thursday against the Green Bay Packers. So while fantasy managers should expect him to draw a questionable tag on Wednesday's injury report, they should also expect Montgomery to return to 15-plus touches in one of the best offenses in the league. Consider him a solid RB2 option for Thursday if he plays.
Green Bay Packers S Zayne Anderson (hamstring), OT David Bakhtiari (rest, knee), LB De'Vondre Campbell (ankle) and OG Elgton Jenkins (knee) did not practice Tuesday, Sept. 26. CB Jaire Alexander (back), LB Rashan Gary (knee), RB Aaron Jones (hamstring), OT Zach Tom (knee), DB Carrington Valentine (biceps) and WR Christian Watson (hamstring) were limited.
New York Giants RB Saquon Barkley (ankle) is 'in the day-to-day category,' according to head coach Brian Daboll. Per Daboll, Barkley 'feels a lot better (Tuesday, Sept. 26), but we'll kind of take that all the way throughout the week and see how he improves.'
Fantasy Spin: In other words, fantasy managers should expect Barkley to be questionable at best on Saturday's injury report and a likely game-time decision for Monday's showdown with the Seattle Seahawks. The fact that the game will be played on Monday probably will make Barkley hard to start in most leagues unless managers get a definitive report regarding his playing status Saturday night or Sunday morning. Matt Breida is likely to see the most work if he cannot go again, although he would be a weak flex option.
Free-agent LB Kyle Van Noy (Chargers) reportedly agreed to join the practice squad of the Baltimore Ravens on Tuesday, Sept. 26.
Green Bay Packers RB Aaron Jones (hamstring) will play against the Detroit Lions in Week 4, according to teammate Romeo Doubs.
Fantasy Spin: While teammates do not always serve as the most reliable sources, the fact that Jones was looking good in warmups and on the fence to play in Week 3 probably makes him a good bet for Thursday. The Lions have been stingy versus fantasy running backs to this point, allowing no more than 60 total yards to any player despite facing Kenneth Walker in Week 2 and Bijan Robinson in Week 3. Jones needs to be in lineups if he plays this week, but fantasy managers should temper their expectations at a RB2 level.
New York Giants left tackle Andrew Thomas (hamstring) missed the team's Week 3 Thursday Night Football loss to the San Francisco 49ers. The Giants' offensive line is already one of the worst units in the NFL, so his absence is disastrous for its overall offense. However, the 2020 No. 4 overall pick said his chances to play in Week 4 against the Seattle Seahawks are "good". With him in the lineup, Daniel Jones should be at least slightly more protected from the Seattle pass rush on Monday Night Football.
The Baltimore Ravens are signing veteran linebacker Kyle Van Noy to its practice squad on Tuesday. Van Noy was selected in the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft and has spent time with the Detroit Lions, New England Patriots (two stints), Miami Dolphins, and Los Angeles Chargers. He has 470 tackles, 33.5 sacks, and three interceptions thus far in his career. While the 32-year-old will start on the practice squad, there's a good chance he'll eventually be added to the active roster as a versatile defensive piece for John Harbaugh's stop unit.
Detroit Lions RB David Montgomery (thigh) appears to be on the right track to play in Week 4 against the Green Bay Packers, according to comments from head coach Dan Campbell on Tuesday, Sept. 26.
Fantasy Spin: The Lions made the prudent move in resting Montgomery in Week 3, especially knowing they had a division game coming up on a short week. While Detroit was able to win without him against the Atlanta Falcons, there is no question Montgomery was missed. While the Packers have been a favorable fantasy matchup for running backs through three games, they have been effective in slowing them down in two of them. Nevertheless, Montgomery remains a solid RB2 option if he plays on Thursday.
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Christian Watson (hamstring) has yet to make his 2023 season debut due to a lingering hamstring issue. The second-year wideout was considered a breakout candidate this offseason, so his return to the Packers' lineup would be great news for fantasy managers who selected him in preseason drafts. When asked if he will play on Thursday Night Football in Week 4 against the Detroit Lions, Watson said "That's the plan." Fantasy managers should continue to monitor his status, but he would immediately have upside if he plays. Quarterback Jordan Love has thrown seven touchdowns to just one interception, and Watson is always a threat to score on a long touchdown. That said, he could be at risk of playing limited snaps.
Detroit Lions running back David Montgomery (thigh) missed the team's Week 3 contest against the Atlanta Falcons after exiting the Week 2 loss to the Seattle Seahawks with a thigh injury. On Tuesday, head coach Dan Campbell said he is "starting to feel pretty good" about Montgomery's chances to play on Thursday Night Football against the Green Bay Packers this week. He also mentioned left tackle Taylor Decker (ankle) could return. If Montgomery plays and sees a full workload, he's close to a must-start option after seeing 37 carries and scoring two touchdowns in his first two games with the organization. Jahmyr Gibbs' Week 4 value would take a hit as he'd likely be reduced to a complementary role once again. However, there's always a risk Montgomery's touches could be limited, meaning he could be a risky fantasy option to begin the week.
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