NFL Week 3 Injury Report: Cam Newton, Gronk Active


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LONDON, ENGLAND – SEPTEMBER 24: Baltimore Ravens players kneel for the American National anthem during the NFL International Series match between Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium on September 24, 2017 in London, England. (Photo by Alex Pantling/Getty Images)

Given the recent protests against President Donald Trump’s comments in Alabama and Twitter, many players will be playing with a chip on their shoulders. Here is a look at who’s in and who’s out on Sunday.

RB Jay Ajayi, MIA
WR Jarvis Landry, MIA
WR DeVante Parker, MIA

RB Rob Kelley, WSH (ribs)
QB Paxton Lynch, DEN (shoulder)
RB Terron Ward, ATL (neck)
RB Dwayne Washington, DET (quadriceps)
QB Andrew Luck, IND (shoulder/labrum)
RB Marlon Mack, IND (shoulder)
WR Chester Rogers, IND (hamstring)
WR Will Fuller V, HOU (shoulder)
RB Rex Burkhead, NE (ribs)
TE Eric Tomlinson, NYJ (ankle)
WR Corey Davis, TEN (hamstring)
WR John Ross, CIN (knee)
TE Tyler Eifert, CIN (knee)
WR Mike Williams, LAC (back)

1 p.m. ET Games
QB Cam Newton, CAR (questionable, ankle)
TE Rob Gronkowski, NE (questionable, groin)
WR Chris Hogan, NE (questionable, knee)
WR Danny Amendola, NE (questionable, knee)
WR Sammie Coates, CLE (doubtful, hamstring)
WR Kamar Aiken, IND (questionable, hip)
RB Alfred Blue, HOU (questionable, ankle)
WR Phillip Dorsett, NE (questionable, knee)
TE Jordan Leggett, NYJ (doubtful, knee)
TE Will Tye, NYJ (questionable, illness)
WR Torrey Smith, PHI (questionable, illness)
WR Bennie Fowler III, DEN (questionable, concussion)
RB Damien Williams, MIA (questionable, ribs)

4 p.m. ET Games
WR Jordy Nelson, GB (questionable, quadriceps)
RB DeMarco Murray, TEN (questionable, hamstring)
TE Jimmy Graham, SEA (questionable, ankle)
WR Randall Cobb, GB (doubtful, chest)
RB Melvin Gordon, LAC (questionable, knee)

Sunday Night Game, 8:30 p.m. ET
TE Jordan Reed, WSH (questionable, chest)

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