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See the latest news and rumors around the NFL following Week 2. 

September 22, 2015

As the NFL season moves into its third week, nine winless teams are still searching for their first victory. Nine undefeated teams will try to stay perfect. 

The New York Giants will try to pick up their first win of the season on Thursday against the Washington Redskins, who earned a surprising victory over the Rams on Sunday. The Atlanta Falcons and Dallas Cowboys will meet in the lone battle of unbeatens on Sunday. 

Check out the latest NFL news and rumors below as Week 3 approaches.

Sept. 22

Colts coach Chuck Pagano was critical of his quarterback Andrew Luck following Monday night's home loss to the Jets

Eagles linebacker Kiko Alonso has a partial ACL tear, Les Bowen of reports

• There's a "reasonable possibility" that New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees will play Sunday against the Carolina Panthers despite suffering a rotator cuff injury on Sunday, according to ESPN's Ed Werder.

• The Dallas Cowboys will work out quarterbacks Christian Ponder, Josh Johnson and Matt Flynn on Tuesday, according to The Dallas Morning News.

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• Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III reuted reports of a rift between him and starter Kirk Cousins on Twitter.

• Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll says he thinks tight end Jimmy Graham is frustrated with his lack of touches.

• New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz is unlikely to play in Week 3 with a calf injury, reports Art Stapleton of The Record.

• Detroit Lions wide receiver Golden Tate told the Detroit Free Press that he's "110 percent" certain the Minnesota Vikings took some cheap shots against the Lions on Sunday.

• Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten is questionable to play on Sunday after suffering two sprained ankles and a sprained knee in their win over the Philadelphia Eagles, according to ESPN's Ed Werder.

• The New York Giants announced that they have released wide receiver Preston Parker. He dropped five passes in New York's first two games.

- Brian Rauf

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