Jamison Crowder (hamstring) will be limited in today’s practice.
After missing the past two games with his hamstring injury, Crowder appears to have a shot to play in Week 4. With the Jets playing on Thursday night, we’ll find out Crowder’s official status on the final injury report of the week when it’s released tomorrow.
Dallas Goedert is dealing with a fractured ankle.
Fortunately for the Eagles, it’s a minor fracture and reportedly won’t require surgery, but he will still obviously miss time. With DeSean Jackson (hamstring) also injured and Alshon Jeffery (foot) potentially a week away from his debut, Philadelphia will run the offense through Miles Sanders and Zach Ertz.
Jerick McKinnon (ribs) is day-to-day.
49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan said that McKinnon hurt his ribs in yesterday’s win over the Giants, but it doesn’t sound like anything too serious. We expect that McKinnon will be ready for Week 4, but keep in mind that the Niners play on Sunday night and Raheem Mostert (knee) has a chance to return to the lineup.
Sammy Watkins (concussion) is officially active for Monday night.
As expected, Watkins was able to fully clear concussion protocol and will be out there tonight against the Ravens. Watkins has stepped up in big games in the past, so he’s in the Week 3 FLEX mix for a highly-anticipated potential shootout.
Jordan Reed (knee) is being placed on IR.
Kyle Shanahan said the injury he suffered on Sunday will keep him out for a while, so it’s yet another to San Francisco’s offense. The Niners will hope to have George Kittle (knee) back in Week 4.
Michael Pittman had surgery for compartment leg syndrome, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
Rapoport says that he is expected back after the team’s Week 7 bye, so look for Indy to place him on IR at some point. Compartment leg syndrome is a very rare injury, but it’s good news that Pittman got it taken care of and won’t be facing too long of an absence. The rookie probably won’t be back on the field until November and can be dropped in redraft leagues.
Tarik Cohen is out for the season with a torn ACL.
The fears from yesterday were unfortunately confirmed, and Cohen will miss the rest of the year with this knee injury suffered on a punt return yesterday. Cohen’s season ends with 14 carries for 74 yards and six receptions for 41 yards in three games. This is very unfortunate for a player that obviously wants to be out there with his teammates instead of undergoing surgery and rehabbing, but the bright side is Cohen recently received long-term security with a contract extension and he should be ready for Week 1 of next season.
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