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- RB/KR Cordarrelle Patterson (thigh) is trending in the right direction for Week 2, HC Arthur Smith told reporters Monday. Patterson was inactive for the season opener.
- CB Jeff Okudah (foot) is also trending in the right direction after missing Week 1, per Smith.
- RB J.K. Dobbins is set for surgery on the torn Achilles he suffered in Sunday's win over the Texans, HC John Harbaugh announced.
- OT Ronnie Stanley (knee) is considered week to week, per Harbaugh.
- C Tyler Linderbaum (ankle) is considered week to week, per Harbaugh.
- CB Marlon Humphrey (foot) has a shot to play this Sunday versus the Bengals after missing Week 1, per Harbaugh.
- S Marcus Williams (pectoral) will be out for a while but the injury isn't considered season-ending, per Harbaugh.
- CB Jaycee Horn's hamstring injury is still being evaluated to determine its severity, HC Frank Reich told reporters. Horn left Sunday's loss to the Falcons in the first half without returning.
- OT David Sharpe signed to active roster from practice squad.
- DE Chris Wormley (practice squad)
- DB Dicaprio Bootle (practice squad)
- DE Joseph Ossai, who missed Week 1 due to an ankle injury, is day to day, per HC Zac Taylor.
- TE Greg Dulcich (leg) is set to have an MRI today, HC Sean Payton told reporters.
- S Caden Sterns is expected to be out for the 2023 season with a torn patellar tendon he suffered in Sunday's loss to the Raiders, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per a source.
- DT Forrest Merrill (injury settlement)
- S Jalen Pitre has been released from the hospital after suffering a bruised lung in Sunday's loss to the Ravens, NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero reported, per a source. Pelissero adds that Pitre is in good spirits after his overnight hospital stay.
- RB Austin Ekeler is dealing with an ankle injury and his status for Wednesday's practice is to be determined, per head coach Brandon Staley.
- DE Payton Turner is likely to have surgery on his turf toe injury, HC Dennis Allen told reporters Monday.
- K Graham Gano had X-rays after getting spiked in the calf but the team isn't considering getting another kicker, per HC Brian Daboll.
- QB Aaron Rodgers is feared to have suffered a torn Achilles in the team's win over the Bills and will undergo an MRI on Tuesday, per head coach Robert Saleh. Rodgers was carted to the locker room after taking just four snaps in his first game with the team.
GAME DAY ELEVATIONS
- LB Sam Eguavoen
- RB Kenneth Gainwell (ribs) did not practice Monday.
- DT Fletcher Cox (ribs) DNP
- LB Nakobe Dean is expected to miss multiple weeks with a foot injury suffered in Sunday's win over New England, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per a source. Rapoport added that surgery will not be required and while injured reserve is a possibility, Dean would be designated to return at some point this season. HC Nick Sirianni confirmed Monday that Dean would miss a few weeks.
- CB James Bradberry is in concussion protocol, per Sirianni. He did not practice on Monday.
- S Reed Blankenship (ribs) DNP
- CB Devon Witherspoon (hamstring) has a "good chance" at making his NFL debut this Sunday in Detroit, HC Pete Carroll said Monday on ESPN Radio, per The News Tribune's Greg Bell.
- S Jamal Adams (knee) should return to practice this week, per Carroll.
- OG Greg Eiland
- OT Jason Peters is visiting the Seahawks on Tuesday, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported. If all goes well, the plan is to start Peters on the practice squad and then move him to the active roster, Rapoport added.
- DT Calijah Kancey (calf) is still being evaluated, per HC Todd Bowles. Kancey was questionable entering Week 1 with the calf injury, but didn't finish Sunday's win in Minnesota.