NFL news roundup: Latest league updates from Saturday, Oct. 15

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(NOTE: Teams listed in alphabetical order.)

INJURIES

  • CB Greedy Williams (hamstring) activated from IR

SIGNINGS

  • LB Dakota Allen (active roster)
  • WR Chester Rogers (promoted to active roster)
  • CB Herb Miller (promoted to active roster)

SIGNINGS

  • TE Dalton Keene (practice squad)

ROSTER CUTS

  • LS Joe Fortunato (practice squad)

INJURIES

  • RB Jonathan Taylor (ankle) ruled out versus the Jaguars.
  • RB Nyheim Hines (concussion) ruled out for Sunday’s game.

SIGNINGS

  • WR Keke Coutee (53-man roster)
  • RB Phillip Lindsay (53-man roster)
  • RB D’vonte Price (53-man roster)

ROSTER CUTS

  • OT Luke Tenuta

INJURIES

  • WR Marvin Jones (hamstring) has been ruled out versus the Colts.
  • DE Folorunso Fatukasi (quad) has been ruled out

SIGNINGS

  • LB Ty Summers (active roster)

SIGNINGS

  • OT Chandler Brewer (active roster)
  • RB Ronnie Rivers (active roster)

INJURIES

  • QB Tua Tagovailoa has been cleared from concussion protocol, per NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero. Tagovailoa will not be active in Sunday’s game versus the Vikings, Pelissero added.
  • QB Teddy Bridgewater has been cleared from concussion protocol and will serve as the backup to rookie signal-caller Skylar Thompson, per NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.

INJURIES

  • LB D.J. Wonnum (illness) ruled out versus the Dolphins.

SIGNINGS

  • TE Jacob Hollister (active roster)

INJURIES

  • WR Nelson Agholor (hamstring) has been ruled out versus the Browns.
  • CB Jonathan Jones (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday’s game in Cleveland.

INJURIES

  • QB Carson Wentz suffered a fractured ring finger on his throwing hand in the team’s Week 6 win versus the Bears, per NFL Network Insiders Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo. Wentz is headed to Los Angeles to see a hand specialist to determine the next step and his availability moving forward is up in the air, Rapoport added.

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