Bills S Aaron Williams has a neck injury but not a concussion.
The Dolphins are continuing to help victims of Hurricane Matthew.
The Patriots are in no need to rush RB Dion Lewis as he comes back from knee surgery.
Some think the Jets are just like the Cubs, without the lovable part.
Ravens return man Devin Hester hopes bye week gives his groin injury time to heal.
Bengals LT Andrew Whitworth remains in the concussion protocol, but practiced.
The Browns haven’t always made good football, but they have created art.
Steelers K Chris Boswell is kicking himself over last week’s misses.
Texans G.M. Rick Smith says he’s seen “flashes” from their offense.
Colts WR Donte Moncrief expects to play this week.
The Jaguars hope to take advantage of a depleted Titans secondary.
Titans return man Marc Mariani might be better than Deion Sanders, in one respect.
Friends remembered Jason Coy as a family man and a Broncos fan after his death from a stadium fall.
The Chiefs hope WR Tyreek Hill continues to develop as a deep threat.
The Raiders remain focused on their football, despite their week away in Florida.
The Chargers are creating some believers.
Cowboys WR Dez Bryant says he hasn’t lost a step.
The Giants think their defense can be scary (and that has nothing to do with dressing up like a creepy clown).
Eagles WR Josh Huff isn’t worried about reports of a possible trade for a veteran WR.
Washington rookie Su’a Cravens had a more limited role against the Lions than expected.
The Bears are still working on that whole RB-by-committee thing.
The Lions got some key parts back to practice.
The Packers are hoping for divine intervention in their efforts to slow down Julio Jones.
Not everyone thought the Vikings’ rotating tackles were a good idea.
The Falcons want to keep pass-rusher Dwight Freeney fresh.
Panthers left tackle Michael Oher remains in the concussion protocol and out of practice.
The Saints hope CB Sterling Moore’s absence isn’t a long one.
The Buccaneers are finally getting healthy up front.
The Cardinals are running low on WRs (fortunately the Panthers aren’t deep in CBs).
The Rams hope the offensive line can get better in the run game.
The 49ers have a week to search for answers (can they find a stable, cohesive organization in that time?)
Seahawks CB Richard Sherman in a Harry Potter suit? Seahawks CB Richard Sherman in a Harry Potter suit.