Foot injury sidelines Bills' Watkins; Titans' Walker is out
The Seattle Seahawks were without two of their top three running backs for Sunday's NFC West Division matchup against San Francisco, with both Thomas Rawls and C.J. Prosise on the inactive list.
Rawls suffered a shin injury in the first half of last week's game against Los Angeles, leaving Christine Michael to take the bulk of the carries. Prosise was inactive for the second straight week after cracking a bone in his hand in the opener against Miami.
Michael was to start for Seattle with rookie Alex Collins and newly signed Terrence McGee his backups.
New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall was active for his team's game at Kansas City. Marshall was a game-time decision because of a slight knee sprain but looked good warming up before kickoff.
Running back Jamaal Charles was inactive for the third straight week as the Chiefs take a cautious approach in his return from ACL surgery. Spencer Ware was to start in his place.
Kansas City also was to have backups starting at offensive guard in Jordan Devey and Zach Fulton. Parker Ehinger remains out with a concussion and Laurent Duvernay-Tardiff has been dealing with an ankle injury, though he was available in an emergency.
Wide receiver Sammy Watkins, who had his surgically repaired left foot stepped on by a teammate in a walk-through early in the week, was inactive for the Buffalo Bills' game against the Arizona Cardinals.
The absence of Watkins meant Anthony Lynn made his NFL debut as offensive coordinator without his top receiving threat. Lynn replaced Greg Roman, who was fired Sept. 16.
The Tennessee Titans scratched tight end Delanie Walker for their game against Oakland. Walker, the Titans' leading receiver last season, hurt his right hamstring in Tennessee's comeback victory at Detroit.
The Green Bay Packers missed four defensive starters against the Detroit Lions, as well as key reserve Datone Jones. Packers first-round draft pick Kenny Clark made his first career start at nose tackle, replacing Letroy Guion, who has a knee injury. The Lions were missing lineman Ezekiel Ansah and linebacker DeAndre Levy.
WASHINGTON AT NEW YORK GIANTS
Giants: DT Montori Hughes, RB Rashad Jennings, QB Josh Johnson, WR Roger Lewis.
Redskins: QB Nate Sudfeld, WR Josh Doctson, CB Kendall Fuller, LB Martrell Spaight, DE Anthony Lanier II, G Arie Kouandjio, DE Kendall Reyes.
BALTIMORE AT JACKSONVILLE
Ravens: CB Jerraud Powers, RB Kenneth Dixon, CB Will Davis, RB Javorius Allen, OLB Elvis Dumervil, G/C John Urschel and DT Willie Henry.
Jaguars: QB Brandon Allen, CB Prince Amukamara, C Brandon Linder, LT Kelvin Beachum, DE Jared Odrick, TE Ben Koyack and DE Chris Smith.
ARIZONA AT BUFFALO:
Cardinals: S Marqui Christian, G Evan Mathis, DT Olsen Pierre, DT Robert Nkemdiche, DT Frostee Rucker, DT Xavier Williams, LB Kareem Martin.
Bills: DB Colt Anderson, CB Ronald Darby, T Cordy Glenn, QB Cardale Jones, C Patrick Lewis, WR Greg Salas, WR Sammy Watkins.
DETROIT AT GREEN BAY:
Lions: DE Ezekiel Ansah, LB DeAndre Levy, LB Antwione Williams, CB Adairius Barnes, G Joe Dahl, OT Cornelius Lucas, TE Orson Charles.
Packers: QB Joe Callahan, CB Sam Shields, S Morgan Burnett, LB Clay Matthews, T Kyle Murphy, DE Datone Jones, DT Letroy Guion.
OAKLAND AT TENNESSEE:
Raiders: QB Connor Cook, DB Antonio Hamilton, OT Austin Howard, T Matt McCants, CB Dexter McDonald, TE Mychal Rivera.
Titans: NT Austin Johnson, CB Curtis Riley, CB LeShaun Sims, G Sebastian Tretola, TE Delanie Walker, OLB Aaron Wallace, WR Kendall Wright.
DENVER AT CINCINNATI:
Broncos: QB Austin Davis, CB Lorenzo Doss, TE Virgil Green, G Connor McGovern, FS Justin Simmons, OT Donald Stephenson, OLB DeMarcus Ware.
Bengals: WR Cody Core, QB Jeff Driskel, TE Tyler Eifert, CB KeiVarae, G Christian Westerman, DT DeShawn Williams.
CLEVELAND AT MIAMI:
Browns: QB Josh McCown, WR Corey Coleman, DB Joe Haden, DB Ibraheim Campbell, OL Shon Coleman, OL Cameron Erving, DE Carl Nassib.
Dolphins: WR Justin Hunter, CB Jordan Lucas, RB Arian Foster, LB Spencer Paysinger, C Mike Pouncey, G Dallas Thomas, DE Terrence Fede.
MINNESOTA AT CAROLINA:
Vikings: OLB Kentrell Brothers, C Nick Easton, DT Sharrif Floyd, RB Ronnie Hillman, TE MyCole Pruitt, WR Laquon Treadwell.
Panthers: WR Brenton Bersin, WR Damiere Byrd, LB Jeremy Cash, DE Ryan Delaire, G Tyler Larsen, RB Jonathan Stewart, DB Teddy Williams.
SAN FRANCISCO AT SEATTLE:
49ers: QB Christian Ponder, FS Marcus Cromartie, RB DuJuan Harris, DT Tony Jerod-Eddie, OL John Theus, OL Anthony Davis, DT Taylor Hart.
Seahawks: RB C.J. Prosise, RB Thomas Rawls, SS Tyvis Powell, G Rees Odhiambo, G Germain Ifedi, TE Nick Vannett, DT Quinton Jefferson.
LOS ANGELES AT TAMPA BAY
Rams: WR Pharoh Cooper, QB Sean Mannion, CB E.J. Gaines, T Pace Murphy, TE Temarrick Hemingway, WR Nelson Spruce, DE Matt Longacre.
Buccaneers: QB Ryan Griffin, WR Cecil Shorts III, RB Doug Martin, TE Luke Stocker, T Leonard Wester, OL Caleb Benenoch, DE Robert Ayers Jr.
NEW YORK JETS AT KANSAS CITY:
Jets: QB Bryce Petty, QB Christian Hackenberg, RB Troymaine Pope, OL Brandon Shell, LB Erin Henderson, LB Mike Catapano, CB Carryl Roberts
Chiefs: RB Jamaal Charles, WR De'Anthony Thomas, OL Jah Reid, OL Parker Ehinger, CB Kenneth Acker, LB Sam Barrington, QB Tyler Bray.
SAN DIEGO AT INDIANAPOLIS
Chargers: LT King Dunlap, S Jahleel Addae, DE Joey Bosa, NT Ryan Carrethers, TE Antonio Gates, C Max Tuerk, ILB Joshua Perry
Colts: WR Donte Moncrief, CB Darius Butler, CB Patrick Robinson, OL Le'Raven Clark, OL Denzelle Good 81, WR Devin Street, DL T.Y. McGill.
PITTSBURGH AT PHILADELPHIA:
Steelers: QB Zach Mettenberger, CB Senquez Golson, FB Roosevelt Nix, LB Steven Johnson, OL Cody Wallace, OL Chris Hubbard, DE L.T. Walton.
Eagles: WR Bryce Treggs, CB Leodis McKelvin, OL Josh Andrews, OL Dillon Gordon, OL Halapoulivaati Vaitai, OL Isaac Seumalo, TE Zach Ertz.
CHICAGO AT DALLAS
Bears: CB Bryce Callahan, RB Ka'Deem Carey, QB Jay Cutler, CB Kyle Fuller, NT Eddie Goldman, C Eric Kush, LB Danny Trevathan.
Cowboys: SS Kavon Frazier, RB Darius Jackson, LB Mark Nzeocha, QB Tony Romo, CB Orlando Scandrick, T Tyron Smith, DE Charles Tapper.
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