NFL Week 2 injury report: Michael Pittman ruled out; Alvin Camara is reported to have walked out; banged bucks and halloween

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Godwin (hamstring) was disqualified from Sunday’s tag team battle against the Saints after missing training all week. His absence could be especially looming in a game against New Orleans that has given Tom Brady bouts since arriving in Tampa Bay, and it should lead to the role of No. 2 receiver either Julio Jones (knee) or Russell Gage (hamstring) if they can beat their scores questionable.
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Evans (calf) is questionable in Sunday’s game against the Saints after ending the week with limited practice following Thursday’s missed session. According to Sunday’s early reports, Evans is expected to play. If he’s already active, he’s supposed to play a bigger role than usual with Chris Goodwin (hamstring) already ruled out, and Julio Jones (knee) and Russell Gage (hamstring) also listed as suspect.
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Higgins (concussion) questionable for Sunday’s game against the Cowboys but he finished the week with full practice, which was preceded by Wednesday’s limited session and Thursday’s absence. According to Sunday’s early reports, Higgins is expected to clear protocols and play against Dallas. If Higgins were to sit, Tyler Boyd would serve as de facto No. 2 receiver, while additional opportunities would be available to Mike Thomas and Trent Taylor as supplemental options.
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Davis (ankle) was a late addition to the injury report after training in a limited fashion on Saturday, and will be listed as a suspect in Monday’s game against the Titans. If Davis is to sit, the likes of Isaiah McKenzie and Jamison Crowder will be in line for an extra shot behind Stefon Diggs.
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Pittman (groin muscles) was disqualified from Sunday’s game against Jaguar after ending the week with consecutive missed practices. Pittman entered the weekend listed as questionable, but the rating change came on Saturday. With Alec Pierce (concussion) out as well, Indianapolis is set to roll with Ashton Doolin, Paris Campbell and Mike Strachan as the top three broads. Bateman’s absence could lead to more work than usual for Jonathan Taylor and perhaps some additional goals to call-up coaching Kiki Coty and tight ends Mo Ally Cox and Kellyn Granson.
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Hopkins will serve game two of his six season openers Sunday. Arizona will be without Rondel Moore (hamstring) and Andy Isabella (back) on Sunday against the Invaders as well, which again leaves Keeler Murray to work with Marquis Brown, AJ Green and Greg Dorch as the top three.
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Gage (hamstring) questionable for Sunday’s NFC South game against the Saints after finishing the week with two limited practices. According to Sunday’s early reports, Gage is expected to wear. If there is a setback and Gage has to join Chris Goodwin (hamstring) on ​​the sidelines, however, that could lead to more goals for Julio Jones (knee) if he can beat his questionable mark, as well as a potential boost in opportunity. By Prishad Berryman (knee), Jaylon Darden and Scottie Miller.
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Jones (knee) is questionable for Sunday’s game against the Saints after he ran limited training on Friday this week. According to Sunday’s early reports, Jones’ availability is expected to be affected by how he appears in the pre-game warm-ups. If Jones joins Chris Goodwin (hamstring) on ​​the sidelines, it could lead to more goals for Russell Gage (hamstring) if he can beat his questionable mark, as well as a potential chance boost for Prishad Berryman (knee), Jaylon Darden and Scotty Miller. .
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Gallup (the knee) will remain out Sunday’s game against the Bengals despite practicing in a limited fashion throughout the week. Noah Brown, who had a leading 5-68 streak in Week 1 against the Buccaneers, could serve as the No. 2 receiver on Sunday in place of Gallup while picking up passes from Cooper Rush, while Dennis Houston could still be the No. 3 choice if Dallas makes the Novice Jalen Tolbert is an inactive surprise for the second week in a row.
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Lazard (ankle) is in doubt for Sunday’s game against the Bears after a week of limited training, and according to Sunday’s early reports, he is expected to start his first season against Chicago. If Lazard is suitable, he would presumably occupy the role of first recipient, but that appointment would again fall to Sammy Watkins if Lazard’s condition reversed course and he had to sit down.
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Humler (knee/groin) is out for Sunday’s game against Texas after missing training all week. Humler is said to be receiving an NBA-style “maintenance day/week” rather than suffering a relapse to his surgically repaired knee. His absence should enable junior Montreal Washington to serve as the No. 3 receiver against Houston.
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Moore (hamstring) won’t play in Sunday’s battle against the Invaders after missing all week training. His absence, along with that of DeAndre Hopkins (commentary), will bring AJ Green back into the role of receiver number 2.
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Tony (hamstring) is questionable for Sunday’s game against the Panthers after ending the week with two limited practices. Early Sunday morning reports suggest that Tony is expected to play, but if that changes, David Sills will likely bump into the role of number 4 receiver with Wan’Dale Robinson (knee) already ruled out.
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Isabella (back) will miss Sunday’s game against the Raiders after missing training all week. His absence helps preserve the role of No. 3 receiver for Greg Dorch as Rondell Moore (hamstring) will also be sidelined, while Andre Pachelia could see some additional casting as the No. 4 player widely.
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Jefferson (knee) will miss Sunday’s game against the Falcons after missing training all week. Jefferson’s absence should keep Ben Skoronic as the No. 3 receiver versus Atlanta.
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Pierce (concussion) will miss Sunday’s game against Jaguar after sitting out practice Wednesday and Friday. With Michael Bateman (quadriceps) also left out, Ashton Doolin and Mike Strachan could be the primary beneficiaries of Pierce’s absence.
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Wilson (toe) is questionable in Sunday’s game against the Ravens after ending the week with two limited practices. If Wilson sits down, Trent Sherfield could bump into the No. 3 role wide versus Baltimore.
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Berryman (knee) is questionable for Sunday’s game against the Saints after training in a limited fashion all week. If Berryman is active, he could enjoy a larger role than usual if Russell Gage (hamstring) or Julio Jones (knee) are sidelined.
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Phillips (shoulder) is in doubt for Monday’s game against the Bills after training in a limited fashion on Friday and Saturday. If Phillips, who impressed in his first NFL game with six receptions for 66 yards against the Giants in the first week, is sidelined, rookie Trillon Burks and Cody Hollister may see some additional opportunities.
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Robinson (knee) will not play in Sunday’s game against the Panthers after missing training all week. In Robinson’s absence, Darius Slayton and David Sales could see some additional opportunities.
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Piraeus (heel) is questionable for Sunday’s game against Brown but finished the week with two full practices. If Piraeus had to sit down, Jeff Smith and Denzel Mims could see some additional goals.
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Smith (shoulder) is in doubt for Sunday’s game against the Buccaneers after training in a limited fashion all week. If Smith is sidelined for the second time in as many games as the season opener, Marquis Calaway should serve as the No. 4 receiver once again.
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Smith (groin) is questionable for Sunday’s game against the Giants after he missed Friday’s training. If Smith is sidelined, Terrace Marshall and Richard Higgins could be in line for an extra shot.
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Jones (hamstring) is listed as suspect for Sunday night’s game against the Packers after he missed his last workout of the week. In Jones’ potential absence, Byron Pringle and Emyr Smith-Marset could be primary beneficiaries.
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Proche (groin) is questionable for Sunday’s game against the Dolphins after missing the last practice of the week. If Proche were to sit down, Tylan Wallace would likely hit reception number 4.