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than two weeks ago in a loss to the Chargers, and the typical timetable for a return from that injury makes it unlikely that he will play Sunday against the Patriots. However, coach Sean McDermott continues to term Benjamin day-to-day;

the team's top receiver wore a helmet and went through stretching at the start of Wednesday's practice. He even did footwork drills in plain view of television cameras. At the very least, McDermott Rayshawn Jenkins Jersey is making sure the Patriots have some level of doubt about whether Benjamin will play. -- Mike RodakMiami Dolphins
Starting running back Damien Williams suffered a shoulder injury last week and his chances to play Sunday against the Broncos do not look good. Williams could miss multiple weeks, which means second-year backup Kenyan Drake will start and get a majority of the carries. -- James Walker
Starting right tackle Marcus Cannon and top backup LaAdrian Waddle both have ankle injuries and didn't practice Wednesday, which means No. 4 OT Cameron Fleming could be thrust into starting duty Sunday against the Bills. In addition, wide receiver Chris Hogan (shoulder) appears as if he'll need a little more time but is closer to a return. Expect to see Phillip Dorsett and Danny Amendola continue to serve as the 2a and 2b receivers alongside No. 1 Brandin Cooks. -- Mike Reiss
Matt Forte watch will continue this week. Battling a chronic knee issue, the running back will likely be a game-time decision for Sunday's matchup against the Chiefs. The Jets still rely on him, as evidenced by the fact that he played more snaps last week than Elijah McGuire or Bilal Powell. -- Rich Cimini
Running back Alex Collins missed his first practice of the season with a calf injury. This was a surprise because Collins played the entire game Monday night and was on the Jonas Valanciunas Womens Jersey field for the final plays. If he can play, the Ravens will rely heavily on Collins in going against the Lions and the No. 24 run defense. If Collins is sidelined, Buck Allen will receive an increase in carries and Terrance West will be active for the first time since Oct. 8. -- Jamison Hensley ngals
Linebacker Nick Vigil had to leave last week's game against the Browns after tweaking his ankle. He was seen in a walking boot on Monday and was still walking with a limp, which indicates that it could be difficult for him to get back on the field this week. With Vincent Rey's status also unknown after he missed last week's game with a hamstring injury, rookie linebacker Jordan Evans would be in line for more playing time Monday night against the Steelers, should Vigil be inactive. -- Katherine Terrell
The Browns are a healthy team as they prepare for their road matchup with the Chargers, with no significant injuries. The only player to miss practice Wednesday was backup wide receiver Sammie Coates. -- Pat McManamon
JuJu Smith-Schuster's health is starting to perk up after he missed last week's game with a hamstring injury. The team's second-leading receiver is back into practice action and, barring a setback, has a good chance to play against the Bengals on Monday. Cornerback Joe Haden is out this week but will get an X-ray on his broken fibula sometime next week to determine his practice schedule. -- Jeremy Fowler
The Texans placed starting left tackle Chris Clark on injured reserve with an ankle injury on Wednesday. Coach Bill O'Brien would not say who would start in Clark's absence, but options include Kendall Lamm, Breno Giacomini (moving from right tackle) or newly-promoted guard Chad Slade. Julien Davenport was listed as a limited participant in practice on Wednesday, and O'Brien said the rookie tackle is "touch and go." -- Sarah Barshop
Coach Chuck Pagano said he has "zero confidence" that starting center Ryan Kelly will clear the concussion protocol in time for Sunday's game at Jacksonville. Kelly, who has started all 23 games he has played in his career, suffered the concussion in the first half against Tennessee in Week 12. Losing Kelly from an already struggling offensive line is tough for the Colts because the group gave up 10 sacks and an additional eight quarterback hits in Week 7's meeting with the Jaguars. Mike Person, who has started 14 games in his career, will start in place of Kelly. -- Mike Wells
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