Panthers QB Cam Newton loosens up at Soldier Field.
Jaguars RB T.J. Yeldon may be active today for the first time this season.
Carolina QB Cam Newton takes the field for pregame warmups in Chicago.
Panthers quarterback Cam Newton and his warmup cleats of the day are on the field.
Vikings halftime presentation will honor over 120 cancer survivors as well as family members affected by cancer. Former Minnesota defensive tackle Esera Tuaolo, who was featured on Season 13 of NBC's "The Voice," will perform his rendition of Andra Day's "Rise Up" while 12 banners are revealed representing the different types of cancer these survivors are overcoming.
Looks like it will get worse before it gets better. Dark skies to the west of Lambeau.
Twickenham has had something of a makeover... today it hosts Rams-Cardinals in the third match of this year's NFL International Series. From chatting to NFL fans out in the Tailgate, sounds like today's match promises to be the best of the four here in London.
Curtis Axel, a Minnesota Native, will be sounding the Gjallarhorn at the conclusion of the Skol Chant today. Curtis is from the WWE.
Jaguars RB Chris Ivory has rushed for 86 yards on 22 carries (3.9 per carry) and caught two passes for 3 yards in two career games against the Colts. If Leonard Fournette doesn't play -- and while he has not been officially ruled out, he's not on the field with the first group of players warming up like he usually is -- Ivory will have a chance to surpass those totals today.
Light rain falling at Lambeau. It's expected to continue through the Packers-Saints game.
Ravens really only have one decision to make as far as inactives. Baltimore has already ruled out five players -- WR Breshad Perriman (concussion), RB Terrance West (calf), OL Matt Skura (knee), TE Maxx Williams (ankle) and LB Tim Williams (thigh) -- and listed WR Chris Matthews (thigh) as questionable.
Panthers wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin, who missed practice Wednesday and Thursday, was jogging around Soldier Field early. Ron Rivera said on Friday he expected Benjamin to play. Same for center Ryan Kalil, who hasn't played since suffering a neck injury the week after the opener.
A little rains hasn't stopped the tailgaters — or the musicians — at Lambeau Field.
Bills WR Jordan Matthews will play Sunday and wear a splint over his surgically-repaired right thumb, a source told ESPN's Jeff Darlington. NFL Network first reported Matthews would play Sunday vs. Tampa. He is officially listed as questionable.
Welcome to Twickenham.
On NFL Sunday Countdown, Rex Ryan just called the Bucs the "biggest disappointment in the National Football League" after "winning the offseason" and starting the year off 2-3.
CBs Artie Burns, Joe Haden expect to see plenty of A.J. Green on their sides of the field. "Slot, left, right, backfield -- A.J. will be everywhere," Burns said. Haden had success against Green while in Cleveland, which held the Bengals WR to six games of below 60 yards from 2011-14.
Jags RB Leonard Fournette might not play so make sure Chris Ivory is owned in your league. If Fournette sits Ivory becomes a potential RB1 for a terrific matchup in Indy. Ivory is catching passes this season as well.
One area the Steelers can get Martavis Bryant more involved is the red zone. They have a package of plays ready to go for him if the timing's right. Bryant is fifth on the team in red-zone targets.
Just a Panthers', Bucs' and Steelers' fan strolling through London on Sunday morning.
A sign the Steelers are loose for Bengals week -- several players spent the better part of 45 minutes debating the merits of Drake in the locker room after Friday's practice.
The Seahawks did not make any transactions today, so their roster will remain at 52 for tomorrow's game against the Giants. The Seahawks had 24 hours prior to kickoff to fill the roster spot that opened when DE Cliff Avril went on injured reserve, or else they'd have to wait until next week to make an addition. They're healthy enough that they didn't need to add anyone right away.
Predicting the Jets' inactives for tomorrow: RB Travaris Cadet, TE Jordan Leggett, QB Christian Hackenberg, LB Obum Gwacham, CB Derrick Jones, LB Freddie Bishop and C Jonotthan Harrison. The big question is DE Mo Wilkerson (toe, shoulder), who is questionable. The hunch is he'll play. If they felt otherwise, they could've promoted a defensive lineman from the practice squad. They didn't. If Wilkerson doesn't play, they'd be down to five linemen in forecasted 87-degree heat. Not ideal.
Titans didn't promote RB Khalfani Muhammad to active roster as Mike Mularkey suggested as a possibility earlier this week due to DeMarco Murray's hamstring injury. That could be a positive sign for Murray or TENN could feel OK playing with just two true RBs in Derrick Henry, David Fluellen.
Golden Tate had his right arm in a sling Saturday afternoon at a tailgate conversation in South Bend, Indiana before the Notre Dame-USC game. Tate posted video of himself on Instagram with the arm in a sling. He injured his shoulder Sunday against New Orleans.