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Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Mid-week news

Cadillac Williams, RB, Tampa Bay, did not practice Wednesday and remains questionable to play Sunday with a hamstring injury. Williams could be a gametime decision, the worst kind for fantasy owners.

Lee Suggs, RB, Cleveland. Suggs is no longer listed on the team's injury report. Wait a week before getting him in the lineup to see what his role will be.

Michael Vick, QB, Atlanta. Vick practiced Wednesday despite a hamstring injury and should be a safe play Sunday against New England.

Curtis Martin, RB, Jets. Martin rested his sore knee Wednesday, but should play Sunday against Tampa Bay.

Vinny Testaverde, QB, Jets. Testaverde will replace Brooks Bollinger as the team's starting quarterback.

Joe Horn, WR, New Orleans. Horn got a little work in Wednesday and is closer to playing after sitting out last week with a sore hamstring.

Ahman Green, RB, Green Bay. It doesn't look for for Green, who has knee and quadriceps injuries. Warm up Najeh Davenport.

Bobby Engram, Darrell Jackson, WR, Seattle. Both of the Seahawks starting receivers are seriously in doubt to play this week with rib and knee injuries. Peter Warrick and Joe Jurevicious will start in their places if they are unable to go.

Issac Bruce, WR. St. Louis. Bruce looks to be out two more weeks with his turf toe.

Arnaz Battle, WR, San Francisco. Battle is very questionable to play again this week because of a knee injury. He was limited in practice Wednesday.

Alex Smith, QB, San Francisco. Smith will start in place of Tim Rattay this week and possibly beyond.

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