Sean Lee - LB - Dallas Cowboys
Dallas Cowboys LB Sean Lee's (hamstring) status for the Week 3 game in Seattle will be a game-day decision, owner Jerry Jones said Friday, Sept. 21.
Huddle Up: Two games into the new season and the same old health issues already have resurfaced for the Cowboys' defensive leader. Lee's IDP owners are used to the drill, though, as they're going to need to check in before the late kickoff Sunday afternoon to see about the linebacker's availability.
Rob Gronkowski - TE - New England Patriots
New England Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski (ankle) practiced Friday, Sept. 21, and was moving well on his sore ankle.
Huddle Up: No concerns for Gronk, who could be in for a bounce-back week after a poor Week 2 (2 catches-15 yards) against the Jaguars.
Darren Sproles - RB - Philadelphia Eagles
Philadelphia Eagles RB Darren Sproles (hamstring) was not seen on the field at the start of practice Friday, Sept. 21.
Huddle Up: The 35-year-old Sproles looks as if he'll miss a second straight game, and with the Week 3 availability of Jay Ajayi also in doubt, Corey Clement suddenly looks to be the man in the Philly backfield.
Jack Doyle - TE - Indianapolis Colts
Indianapolis Colts TE Jack Doyle (hip) missed practice again Friday, Sept. 21.
Huddle Up: Look for Eric Ebron to have an impact this week against the Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles present a decent matchup for Ebron. If you're looking for a one-week banger, Ebron is an option to scoop and start.
Jay Ajayi - RB - Philadelphia Eagles
Updating previous reports, Philadelphia Eagles RB Jay Ajayi (back) remains day to day, Friday, Sept. 21, according to head coach Doug Pederson.
Huddle Up: Ajayi will need to practice some Friday to have a chance to play this weekend. However, you should plan to be without him. Wendell Smallwood and Corey Clement would fill in, and Clement would be a home run threat with Smallwood between the tackles. Both are flex options.
LeSean McCoy - RB - Buffalo Bills
Buffalo Bills RB LeSean McCoy (ribs) wore a non-contact jersey for the third straight day during practice Friday, Sept. 21.
Huddle Up: McCoy's availability for Sunday's game in Minnesota has grown spottier by the day, and his fantasy general managers should already have backup plans in place. Chris Ivory and Marcus Murphy are McCoy's backups in Buffalo, but neither is worth serious fantasy consideration given the Bills' offensive struggles and the brutal matchup with the Vikings.
Alshon Jeffery - WR - Philadelphia Eagles
Philadelphia Eagles WR Alshon Jeffery (shoulder) still hasn't been cleared for contact Friday, Sept. 21.
Huddle Up: It could be Week 4 or Week 5 before we see Jeffery. Keep him stashed in all formats.
Aaron Rodgers - QB - Green Bay Packers
Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers (knee) is aiming to practice Saturday, Sept. 22.
Huddle Up: The Washington Redskins are the second-best team against opposing defenses. If you own Rodgers, you're likely starting him despite the injury and matchup.
Rob Gronkowski - TE - New England Patriots
New England Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski (ankle) isn't believed to have a concerning ankle injury.
Huddle Up: He'll be fine for Week 3, and he'll face a midrange Detroit Lions defense against the position. He's a top-tier TE1 in fantasy.
Baker Mayfield - QB - Cleveland Browns
Cleveland Browns QB Baker Mayfield has yet to be named the starting quarterback by head coach Hue Jackson, who said he needed to watch game film before naming a starter.
Huddle Up: It's a formality after Mayfield led the team to its first win in 635 days. Mayfield would be a bye-week replacement against the Oakland Raiders in Week 4.
Robby Anderson - WR - New York Jets
New York Jets WR Robby Anderson had two receptions for 22 yards in Week 3 against the Cleveland Browns.
Huddle Up: Coming off a 63-941-7 line in 2017, Anderson is currently on pace for 32-480-5. Yuck. If you've been carrying Anderson waiting for him to get on the same page with Sam Darnold it might be time to cut bait.
Terrelle Pryor - WR - New York Jets
New York Jets WR Terrelle Pryor caught one pass for 25 yards in Week 3 against the Cleveland Browns.
Huddle Up: Off to a nice start with 11 receptions for 133 yards through two games, Pryor was M.I.A. in his return to Cleveland. He looks to be running No. 2 in the passing game behind Quincy Enunwa, but in the low-octane Jets offense that makes Pryor marginal fantasy depth at best.
Quincy Enunwa - WR - New York Jets
New York Jets WR Quincy Enunwa caught four passes for 57 yards in the team's loss to the Cleveland Browns Thursday, Sept. 20. Enunwa was targeted a team-high eight times.
Huddle Up: Make it three straight weeks for Enunwa leading the team in targets, receptions and receiving yards. He's clearly the No. 1 option for Sam Darnold, which makes Enunwa the safest Jets receiver to own for fantasy purposes.
Bilal Powell - RB - New York Jets
New York Jets RB Bilal Powell carried the ball 14 times for 73 yards (5.2 YPC) against the Cleveland Browns on Thursday, Sept. 20.
Huddle Up: Through three games, Powell is averaging almost 73 total yards per contest. That's respectable production. The downside is Isaiah Crowell keeps getting all the goal-line work. Still, Powell is at least worth owning as decent depth with potential as a spot starter.
Isaiah Crowell - RB - New York Jets
New York Jets RB Isaiah Crowell rushed 16 times for 34 yards and two touchdowns in Week 3 against the Cleveland Browns. Crowell added two receptions for 17 yards.
Huddle Up: That's twice in three games that Crowell has managed multiple scores. His yardage has been disappointing since a 102-yard effort in Week 1, but four TDs through three weeks gives him some appeal as a possible RB3/flex candidate.
Sam Darnold - QB - New York Jets
New York Jets QB Sam Darnold completed 15 of 31 passes for 169 yards, no touchdowns and two interceptions in a loss against the Cleveland Browns on Thursday, Sept. 20. Both of Darnold's interceptions came late in the fourth quarter.
Huddle Up: Darnold was decent early on, but when he needed to bring them back in the final moments it all went sideways in a hurry. It's all part of the learning process for the USC product. Better days are ahead, though his value outside of keeper leagues is nominal.
David Njoku - TE - Cleveland Browns
Cleveland Browns TE David Njoku caught two passes for 36 yards during the team's Week 3 victory over the New York Jets.
Huddle Up: If you were hoping for a Year 2 leap from Njoku, it hasn't materialized yet. He's worth carrying as a TE2 -- if you're even keeping a backup tight end on your roster -- but isn't worth starting at this stage.
Antonio Callaway - WR - Cleveland Browns
Cleveland Browns WR Antonio Callaway caught four passes (on 10 targets) for 20 yards in Week 3 against the New York Jets.
Huddle Up: Callaway had a bit of buzz after his 3-81-1 line last week, and while four catches and 20 yards isn't the ideal follow up, the 10 targets tells you the rookie is a big part of the gameplan. He's a worthwhile depth addition that could slide into your starting lineup in the right matchup.
Jarvis Landry - WR - Cleveland Browns
Cleveland Browns WR Jarvis Landry (knee) led the team in targets (15), receptions (eight) and receiving yards (103) during the club's win over the New York Jets on Thursday, Sept. 20. Landry also connected with QB Baker Mayfield on a two-point conversion.
Huddle Up: Listed as questionable on the injury report with a knee injury, Landry topped 100 yards receiving for the second time in three games and nearly tripled his nearest teammate in yardage. Although he hasn't scored this season, Landry holds value as a borderline WR2/WR3, especially in PPR leagues.
Duke Johnson - RB - Cleveland Browns
Cleveland Browns RB Duke Johnson had 33 total yards on four combined touches against the New York Jets in Week 3.
Huddle Up: After averaging 65 yards per game and scoring seven times in 2017, Johnson has managed fewer than 23 yards per content through three weeks and hasn't sniffed pay dirt. It's a disappointing performance for one of the NFL's better receiving backs, but perhaps the likely move to Baker Mayfield will result in more action. If you can keep Johnson stashed on your bench, do so, as his PPR upside is real.