It looks like Cam Newton and the New England Patriots will be at full strength against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday night.
Patriots wide receivers Julian Edelman (knee) and N'Keal Harry (shoulder) are both expected to play, a source tells NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.
Both Edelman and Harry had five receptions in last Sunday's victory over the Miami Dolphins.
The Patriots (1-0) take on the Seahawks (1-0) in Seattle at 8:20 p.m. ET.
Other injury news we're keeping an eye on ahead of Sunday's Week 2 games:
- Atlanta Falcons left tackle Jake Matthews (knee) is listed as questionable, but he is expected to play against the Dallas Cowboys, a source tells Rapoport. Matthews has been declared officially active by the team.
- Cowboys left tackle Tyron Smith (neck) has been ruled out for Dallas' home opener against the Falcons, NFL Network's Jane Slater reports, per source.
- Baltimore Ravens left tackle Ronnie Stanley (hip) and cornerback Jimmy Smith (hip) are both listed as questionable, but both should play against the Houston Texans, according to Rapoport.
- On the Houston side, running back Duke Johnson (ankle) is not expected to play, while wide receiver Brandin Cooks (quad) should be good to go.
- Chicago Bears linebackers Khalil Mack (knee) and Robert Quinn (ankle) are officially active today. Both were listed as questionable.
- Giants wide receiver Golden Tate, listed as questionable after missing Week 1 with a hamstring injury, is expected to play today. He should be at full strength, according to Rapoport. He was declared officially active by the team. Linebacker Carter Coughlin was declared inactive.
- Denver Broncos wide receiver Courtland Sutton, dealing with an AC joint sprain, is going to play today in Pittsburgh, NFL Network's James Palmer reports. Sutton missed the season opener with that shoulder injury.
- Detroit Lions wide receiver Kenny Golladay hasn't practiced since injuring his hamstring Sept. 9 and is out again today against the Green Bay Packers, but head coach Matt Patricia said Saturday: "He's really close." They'll see how he progresses, but it sounds like Golladay could be back for Week 3, according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero. Golladay was declared officially inactive by the team.
- Packers right tackle Billy Turner (knee) is officially active vs. the Lions after being listed as questionable, however, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports that Rick Wagner will start in Turner's place based on the pregame warm-ups. There could be more shuffling for Aaron Rodgers' line, which lost right guard Lane Taylor to a season-ending knee injury last week.
- Philadelphia Eagles rookie quarterback Jalen Hurts will be active today, sources tell NFL Network's Mike Garafolo. Hurts was inactive for Week 1, but enters Philadelphia's home opener vs. the Rams as the No. 2 QB, says Garafolo. On the defensive side, Brandon Graham (concussion) and Derek Barnett (hamstring), who were both listed as questionable, have been officially declared active.
- Tennessee Titans cornerback Malcolm Butler (quad) is officially active today vs. the Jaguars. Butler was listed as questionable with a quad injury. Linebacker Vic Beasley (knee) is officially inactive.
- Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker (hamstring) is officially active today vs. the Bills. Parker was listed as questionable.
- Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Dede Westbrook is officially inactive for the second consecutive week without injury.
- Los Angeles Rams tight end Gerald Everett, who was listed as questionable with a back injury, is active vs. the Eagles.
- Indianapolis Colts defensive end Justin Houston (calf), wide receiver Zach Pascal (ankle), safety Julian Blackmon (knee) and cornerback Isaiah Rodgers (ankle) are officially active. All players were listed as questionable. CB Rock Ya-Sin, however, was a surprise inactive with a stomach illness that has him currently being evaluated a local hospital.
- The San Francisco 49ers' newly acquired wide receiver Mohamed Sanu is officially active for today's road game against the New York Jets.