Sunday September 27th, 2015

Welcome to Week 3 of the NFL season! There are 14 games scheduled for Sunday, and news is trickling out about whether or not players listed as questionable on injury reports earlier this week will be starting. Stay up do date on who’s playing, and who’s sitting out in Week 3.

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• Eagles running back DeMarco Murray is INACTIVE today against the Jets. He tweaked his hamstring in practice this week and was expected to play.

• Jets running back Chris Ivory and cornerback Darrelle Revis (groin) are ACTIVE for today’s matchup with the Eagles. Revis has eight tackles, one interception, and three fumble recoveries this season. Wide receiver Eric Decker is INACTIVE.

Rams rookie running back Todd Gurley is ACTIVE and will make his NFL debut against the Steelers. He tore his ACL at Georgia last November and has not seen the field yet.

Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch is ACTIVE after appearing on the injury report this week with a calf injury.

Texans wideout DeAndre Hopkins is ACTIVE today against the Buccaneers, according to the Houston Chronicle’s John McClainHe passed concussion protocol this week and practiced on Friday.

Saints quarterback Drew Brees is INACTIVE with a shoulder injury, and is a “long shot” to play next week, according to’s Ian Rapoport. Brees injured his shoulder during the second quarter of New Orleans’ Week 2 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Bears quarterback Jay Cutler and wideout Alshon Jeffery are INACTIVE today against the Seahawks. They are both dealing with hamstring issues.

Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (collarbone) and Dez Bryant (foot) are both INACTIVE vs. the Falcons. Brandon Weeden will start under center.

This post will be updated.

- Kenny Ducey

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