The New York Giants will again be without two of their top weapons.
Saquon Barkley and Kenny Golladay have been ruled out for Monday Night Football against the Kansas City Chiefs. It’s the third consecutive game the duo will miss after each star went down in New York’s Week 5 loss to the Cowboys. Coach Joe Judge told reporters earlier Saturday that it was more likely Barkley (ankle) and Golladay (knee) return for next week’s meeting with the Raiders.
The availability of two other notable skill players is to be determined. Wide receivers Sterling Shepard and Kadarius Toney are listed as questionable. Toney (ankle) has been limited in practice the past two days after sitting out Thursday. The emerging rookie missed the first game of his career last week. Shepard (hamstring) was also sidelined a week ago and has been limited in practice all week. Tight end Kaden Smith did not practice Saturday and is questionable as well.
Quarterback Daniel Jones proved in Week 7’s 25-3 win over the Panthers that he can adapt without a full complement of receivers, though beating the Chiefs will likely require more offensive firepower.
- The Pittsburgh Steelers downgraded linebacker Melvin Ingram (groin) to out for Sunday’s game against the Browns.
- The Miami Dolphins announced wide receiver Preston Williams and safety Sheldrick Redwine will not travel with the team to Buffalo and have been ruled out for Sunday’s game against the Bills. Neither was included on the injury report this week.
- The Cincinnati Bengals activated defensive end Khalid Kareem off injured reserve.
- The Indianapolis Colts activated linebacker Jordan Glasgow from IR and activated defensive end Dayo Odeyingbo from the non-football injury list.
- Carolina Panthers cornerbackStephon Gilmore was activated off the physically unable to perform list, clearing him to debut with the team Sunday against the Falcons. The Panthers also placed defensive end Darryl Johnson on inured reserve.
- The Chicago Bears announced that Matt Nagy remains in the COVID-19 protocol and will not coach Sunday against the 49ers. Special teams coordinator Chris Tabor will fill in for Nagy.
- Tennessee Titans linebacker Rashaan Evans (ankle) was downgraded to out for Sunday versus the Colts.
- Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid said linebacker Anthony Hitchens and defensive tackle Khalen Saunders have been ruled out for Monday night against the Giants.
- The Miami Dolphins signed running back Patrick Laird to the active roster and elevated linebacker Vince Biegel and cornerback Jamal Perryfor Sunday against the Bills.
- The Cincinnati Bengals elevated running back Trayveon Williams from the practice squad to the active roster.
- The Indianapolis Colts elevated running back Deon Jackson and safety Josh Jones to the active roster from the practice squad.
- The Cleveland Browns elevated cornerback Tim Harris and safety Jovante Moffatt to the active roster from the practice squad and re-signed offensive tackle Alex Taylor to the practice squad.
- The Carolina Panthers promoted wide receiver Keith Kirkwood and punter Lachlan Edwards from the practice squad.
- The Tennessee Titans signed fullback Tory Carter to the active roster form the practice squad and elevated defensive lineman Eli Ankou and running back Dontrell Hilliard from the practice squad.
- The Los Angeles Rams signed tight end Kendall Blanton and activated defensive backs Antoine Brooks Jr. and Tyler Hall from the practice squad.
- The Indianapolis Colts waived defensive tackle Khalil Davis and waived running back Jordan Wilkins.
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