The injury report for Sunday is long and filled with top-tier talent. See which players are active, questionable and out here. As more news comes in closer to the 1 p.m. (ET) kickoffs, statuses will be updated. And follow @SI_Fantasy on Twitter for in-game injury news.
Teddy Bridgewater, Broncos — ACTIVE
Bridgewater (concussion) has cleared protocol and will start against the Steelers, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Bridgewater left last week’s game early and was replaced by Drew Lock, whom he beat out for the starting job in training camp.
Jimmy Garoppolo, 49ers — OUT
Garoppolo (calf) will not play against the Cardinals, which means rookie Trey Lance will make his first career start. Garoppolo did not practice all week and left last week’s game early with the injury. Lance replaced him in that contest, a loss to the Seahawks.
Christian McCaffrey, Panthers — DOUBTFUL
McCaffrey (hamstring) practiced in a limited capacity this week but said he “definitely” has a chance to play against the Eagles. He missed last week’s game against the Cowboys and left Thursday night’s game in Week 3 against the Texans early with the injury. Rookie Chuba Hubbard has stepped into the starting running back role for Carolina. / UPDATE: McCAFFREY RULED OUT VS. PHI
Dalvin Cook, Vikings — QUESTIONABLE
Cook (ankle) is a game-time decision, coach Mike Zimmer said. Cook was limited in last week’s game against the Browns after missing the previous game. Alexander Mattison will see work with or without Cook in the lineup, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. / UPDATE: COOK RULED OUT VS. DET
Ezekiel Elliott, Cowboys — QUESTIONABLE
Elliott (knee) is expected to play against the Giants, according to Schefter. He missed Wednesday’s practice and practiced in a limited capacity on Thursday. Coach Mike McCarthy said he expected Elliott to be available.
David Montgomery, Bears — OUT
Montgomery (knee) is expected to miss 4-to-5 weeks with a knee sprain. He went down in last week’s game against the Lions. Damien Williams will shoulder the rushing load in Montgomery’s absence.
Joe Mixon, Bengals — QUESTIONABLE
Mixon (ankle) is “trending toward playing in some capacity,” according to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero. He was deemed week-to-week with a low-grade ankle sprain early in the week. Mixon missed practice Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. If he can’t go, Cincinnati will opt for a committee approach with Samaje Perine and Chris Evans. / UPDATE: MIXON IS ACTIVE VS. GB
D’Andre Swift, Lions — QUESTIONABLE
Swift (groin) is expected to play against the Vikings, according to multiple reports. He’s been nursing the same injury for weeks but has yet to miss a game this season.
Jamaal Williams, Lions — QUESTIONABLE
Williams (hip) is expected to play against the Vikings, according to Schefter. He saw a season-high 14 rushes against Chicago last week but was not involved in the receiving game.
Melvin Gordon III, Broncos — QUESTIONABLE
Gordon (leg) is expected to play against the Steelers, according to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler. He was limited in practice on Thursday and Friday.
Chase Edmonds, Cardinals — QUESTIONABLE
Edmonds (shoulder) is expected to play against the 49ers, according to Schefter. Edmonds was limited in practice on Friday and missed practice Wednesday and Thursday. He’s coming off his best game against the Rams, in which he ran for 120 yards.
Elijah Mitchell, 49ers — QUESTIONABLE
Mitchell (shoulder) is expected to play against the 49ers, according to multiple reports. He has missed the team’s past two games and Trey Sermon and Kyle Juszczyk have been taking carries in the meantime.
Calvin Ridley, Falcons — OUT
Ridley (personal matter) did not travel with the team to London to face the Jets. Atlanta will be without its top receiving option for the first time this season.
Amari Cooper, Cowboys — QUESTIONABLE
Cooper (ankle) is expected to play, according to Schefter. He played through injury last week against the Panthers and had his best game since Week 1.
Julio Jones, Titans — OUT
Jones (hamstring) will not play against the Jaguars. He will miss his second straight game with the injury, though the Titans get back A.J. Brown this week.
Chase Claypool, Steelers — QUESTIONABLE
Claypool (hamstring) is expected to play against the Broncos, according to Schefter. He missed last week’s game but Pittsburgh now has Claypool, JuJu Smith-Schuster and Diontae Johnson all healthy.
Curtis Samuel, Washington Football Team — QUESTIONABLE
Samuel (groin) is expected to play against the Saints, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. He made his season debut last week against the Falcons and caught four passes.
Courtland Sutton, Broncos — QUESTIONABLE
Sutton (ankle) is a game-time decision against the Steelers, according to Schefter. He rolled his ankle at Friday’s practice and joins a long list of injured Denver receivers.
Darius Slayton, Giants — OUT
Slayton (hamstring) will miss his second straight game. He did not play last week and left early in Week 3 against the Falcons.
Sterling Shepard, Giants — OUT
Shepard (hamstring) will also miss his second consecutive game. He and Slayton were injured in the same game very close together and have so far had similar injury timelines.
Tee Higgins, Bengals — ACTIVE
Higgins (shoulder) will make his return against the Packers. He had missed the team’s previous two games with injury and is back for a home showdown with Green Bay.
D.J. Chark Jr., Jaguars — OUT
Chark was placed on injured reserve this week after fracturing his ankle last Thursday against the Bengals. He will miss the remainder of the season.
Russell Gage, Falcons — OUT
Gage won’t travel with the team to London while he continues to receive treatment on his ankle
DeVante Parker, Dolphins — OUT
Parker (shoulder/hamstring) was limited in practice this week for the first time this season. Miami is especially thin at receiver after trading Jakeem Grant and moving Will Fuller V to injured reserve.
Update: Parker has been downgraded to out.
Will Fuller V, Dolphins — OUT
Fuller (finger) was placed on short-term injured reserve after an injury in last week’s game against the Colts. He will miss at least the next three games.
T.J. Hockensen, Lions — QUESTIONABLE
Hockensen (knee) is expected to play against the Vikings, according to Schefter. He was limited in practice on Thursday and Friday and did not practice Wednesday.
George Kittle, 49ers — OUT
Kittle (calf) was placed on injured reserve Saturday. He will miss Sunday’s game against the Cardinals as well as the next two games while he recovers from the injury that he’s been playing through.
Rob Gronkowski, Buccaneers — OUT
Gronkowski (ribs) will not play against the Dolphins. This marks the second straight missed game for Gronkowski, who did not travel with the team to New England last week.
Logan Thomas, Washington Football Team — OUT
Thomas (hamstring) was placed on injured reserve and will miss at least four weeks. He exited last week’s game early on and did not return. He’s currently third on the team in receiving.