As is always the case when the more talented of the two quarterbacks in the mix has yet to emerge as a bonafide solution, the situation is extremely fluid.
- The Bengals' wide receiving corps took a hit when coach Marvin Lewis revealed that "Making the Leap" candidate Marvin Jones will be sidelined with a foot fracture that will require a pin inserted into the fifth metatarsal. NFL Media's Albert Breer reports, per a team source, that the Bengals are aiming for Jones' return after the Week 4 bye. Mohamed Sanu will move into the starting lineup opposite A.J. Green. Don't be surprised if Tyler Eifert also benefits from Jones' absence, as the tight end has been impressive in training camp.
- The Browns received a bit of good news on Monday, as Jordan Cameron returned to practice after missing the preseason opener with a sprained AC joint in his shoulder. The tight end also told reporters that contract extension talks have been positive. As long as Cameron is healthy, he's a good bet to lead the team in receiving this season.
- Cameron wasn't the only big-name starter returning to practice. Rob Gronkowski (knee) participated in seven-on-seven drills for the first time since Patriots training camp opened. DeSean Jackson (ankle) expects to play against the Brownsnext Monday after returning to team drills. Jaguars lead back Toby Gerhart (hip) expects to return to practice on Tuesday.