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League Player News

  • Ted Ginn WR-NO
    10/19, 4:58 pm
    • Coach Sean Payton said Friday that...

      Coach Sean Payton said Friday that it's realistic for Ginn (knee) to return from injured reserve in the minimum eight weeks, Rod Walker of The New Orleans Advocate reports.

      Analysis: With knee inflammation still troubling Ginn coming out of the bye week, the Saints placed him on injured reserve. The wideout underwent arthroscopic surgery to address the injury the same day, and with the procedure going according to plan, it appears Ginn will have a good shot at returning late in the season. If Ginn's rehab proceeds normally and he's able to resume practicing in early December, he'll be a candidate to return from IR as soon as the team's Week 15 game against the Panthers. While Ginn is sidelined, rookie Tre'Quan Smith appears most likely of the Saints' healthy wideouts to fill the veteran's role as a downfield threat.

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  • 10/19, 4:50 pm
    • Smith is expected to take on...

      Smith is expected to take on an enhanced role in the Saints' future game plans after fellow wideout Ted Ginn (knee) was placed on injured reserve Thursday, Rod Walker of The New Orleans Advocate reports. "[Wide receivers coach Curtis Johnson] has always been prepping me for this moment," Smith said. "He always tells me to be ready because you're coming up soon. I didn't know it was going to be this soon. But honestly, I'm ready for the opportunity."

      Analysis: Rather than needing any sort of reconstructive surgery for the knee injury, Ginn merely required an arthroscopic procedure to address inflammation buildup, leaving the Saints optimistic the veteran will return from IR in the minimum eight weeks. The lengthy absence still creates an extended opportunity for Smith, whose speed makes him the best candidate to replace Ginn as the team's top downfield threat. The rookie enters Sunday's game against the Ravens coming off the best outing of his young career in the Saints' Week 5 win over the Redskins, during which Smith caught three passes for 111 yards and two touchdowns.

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  • 10/19, 4:42 pm
    • Coach Vance Joseph left open the...

      Coach Vance Joseph left open the possibility that Stewart (neck) might miss time after the safety exited Thursday's 45-10 win over the Cardinals with a stinger, Jeff Legwold of ESPN.com reports. "We'll see about that," Joseph said, regarding Stewart's availability for Week 8 against the Chiefs.

      Analysis: The stinger was the third that Stewart has suffered in as many games, which could prompt the Broncos to give him some time off to recover from the recurring issue. If Stewart is ultimately held out in Week 8, Will Parks would likely start alongside Justin Simmons at safety.

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  • 10/19, 4:35 pm
    • The Bills signed Foster to their...

      The Bills signed Foster to their practice squad Friday, Chris Brown of the team's official site reports.

      Analysis: Foster was cut earlier in the week after producing only two receptions for 30 yards through the Bills' first six games. The team liked what Foster did in the summer and he has ties to offensive coordinator Brian Daboll, so they'll keep him in the mix by stashing him on the practice squad.

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  • 10/19, 4:31 pm
    • Tannehill (shoulder), who has been ruled...

      Tannehill (shoulder), who has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Lions, didn't do any throwing at practice Friday, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.

      Analysis: The Dolphins listed Tannehill as a limited participant for each of their practices Wednesday through Friday, but that doesn't mean a whole lot with the quarterback having yet to throw since sitting out the Week 6 overtime win over the Bears. Brock Osweiler will make a second straight start Sunday with Tannehill sidelined, but the Dolphins remain hopeful a long-term absence won't be in store for their top signal-caller. The Dolphins have already dismissed surgery as a possibility for Tannehill, who is believed to be dealing with an AC joint sprain rather than a torn labrum or rotator cuff. With the Dolphins facing a quick turnaround with a Thursday night game against the Texans in Week 9, the team may be realistically targeting the Nov. 4 contest versus the Jets for Tannehill's return to the lineup.

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