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Sources: Reinstated Gordon could play in Week 4
Wide receiver Josh Gordon is being reinstated by the NFL, sources told ESPN, with the former All-Pro expected to be eligible to play as early as Week 4.[read more]

49ers' RB picture comes into focus for Pack clash
Trey Sermon has cleared the concussion protocol and is the most likely 49ers running back to rejoin the team for Sunday's game against the Packers, while JaMycal Hasty (ankle) is out and Elijah Mitchell (shoulder) is doubtful.[read more]

Inside the drive that made Eli Manning a New York Giants legend
Manning will have his No. 10 retired by the Giants on Sunday.[read more]

The king of New York -- Top moments of Eli Manning's career with the Giants
As Eli Manning becomes immortalized in New York Giants history Sunday, relive some of the best moments.[read more]

Fins' Tua out at least 3 weeks after going on IR
By being placed on IR, Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa, who continues to recover from fractured ribs, can't return until Oct. 11 vs. Jacksonville, at the earliest. He will miss games vs. the Raiders, Colts and Bucs.[read more]

Ravens place 4 defensive players on COVID list
The Baltimore Ravens' defense suddenly got thinner after the team placed four players, including Pro Bowl outside linebacker Justin Houston, on the reserve/COVID-19 list on Friday.[read more]

Door closes: Steelers' Watt ruled out vs. Bengals
T.J. Watt had expressed hope that he could "leave the door open" to play despite a groin injury, but the Steelers have ruled the linebacker out for Sunday's game against the Bengals.[read more]

Cowboys' Neal tests positive, out for MNF at least
Cowboys linebacker Keanu Neal has tested positive for COVID-19, coach Mike McCarthy said, and has to start a new 10-day isolation period, meaning he will miss at least one game.[read more]

Eagles activate TE Ertz ahead of Cowboys game
Eagles tight end Zach Ertz was activated off the reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday, the team announced.[read more]

Source: AB to sit out Sunday's game with Rams
Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown did not make the trip to Los Angeles and is out for Sunday's game against the Rams, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter on Saturday.[read more]