The following is a list of injured players for Week 4 (September 30-October 1) and the fantasy implications of all the major injuries:
Fantasy take:. Hall has been suspended for at least one quarter of this week's game vs. Houston for his actions in last week's loss to Carolina.
Out: DT Trevor Pryce (wrist), CB Samari Rolle (illness); Questionable: WR Mark Clayton (calf), T Jonathan Ogden (toe), TE Daniel Wilcox (ankle), WR Demetrius Williams (heel); Probable: RB Justin Green (thigh), TE Todd Heap (calf), LB Ray Lewis (ankle), WR Derrick Mason (back), QB Steve McNair (groin), S Ed Reed (wrist), LB Gary Stills (knee)
Fantasy take: The absence of Rolle is good news for Cleveland's receivers. DB Corey Ivy will start in his absence. Clayton and Williams are both questionable, and neither is a reliable fantasy option. McNair should start and is a viable fantasy option in Cleveland.
Doubtful: CB Nathan Vasher (groin); Questionable: S Adam Archuleta (hand), LB Lance Briggs (hamstring), G Ruben Brown (ankle), DT Tommie Harris (knee), T Fred Miller (knee), CB Charles Tillman (ankle); Probable:DE Adewale Ogunleye (hip), RB Adrian Peterson (calf), LB Brian Urlacher (back), DT Darwin Walker (knee).
Out: LB Rashad Jeanty (shin), RB Rudi Johnson (hamstring), S Ethan Kilmer (knee), WR Tab Perry (hamstring); Doubtful: LB Ahmad Brooks (groin), LB Caleb Miller (back); Questionable: G Stacy Andrews (shoulder); Full practice: T Willie Anderson (foot), C Eric Ghiaciuc (thumb), K Shayne Graham (groin), WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh (knee), LB Anthony Schlegel (toe), DE Justin Smith (foot).
Fantasy take: Kenny Watson will start in the absence of Johnson, so he'll be a hot name on the waiver wire. Houshmandzadeh and Graham will be fine to start vs. New England.
Fantasy take: Winslow has a partial shoulder dislocation or a "mild subluxation." He practiced on Friday and said he will be active vs. Baltimore, but it's important to keep tabs on his status.
Fantasy take: WR Patrick Crayton will continue to start in the absence of Glenn, who is out several weeks.
Fantasy take: Walker has swelling in his surgically-repaired right knee and was limited in Friday's practice. He could be a gametime decision in Week 4. Cutler should be fine to start in Indianapolis, but he's not an attractive fantasy starter.
Fantasy take: RB Kevin Jones (foot) practiced fully all week and should see more work in Week 4. Johnson was limited in practice on Friday but is expected to be active vs. Chicago.
Green Bay Packers
Out: DE Mike Montgomery (knee); Questionable: DT Justin Harrell (knee), RB Brandon Jackson (shin); Probable:LB Desmond Bishop (shoulder), T Chad Clifton (knee), WR Donald Driver (toe), QB Brett Favre (right finger), TE Bubba Franks (knee), CB Al Harris (back), DE Cullen Jenkins (ribs), WR Greg Jennings (hamstring), RB Vernand Morency (knee), DT Daniel Muir (ribs), C Scott Wells (hamstring), DT Corey Williams (knee), CB Charles Woodson (foot).
Fantasy take: Driver returned to full practice on Thursday and should start in Minnesota. He's a fabulous option for fantasy owners. Jennings is still not 100 percent, but he is expected to start in Week 4. Morency is expected to return and could see more work if Jackson is limited or out.
Out: WR Roy Hall (shoulder), LB Clint Session (hamstring); Questionable: DE Jeff Charleston (knee), TE Dallas Clark (quadriceps), CB Marlin Jackson (quadriceps).
Fantasy take: Clark did not practice on Friday, so he could be a gametime decision for Week 4. Ben Utecht would see more work if Clark is out.
Kansas City Chiefs
Out: LB Keyaron Fox (hamstring), WR Eddie Kennison (hamstring), CB Benny Sapp (ankle); Probable: RB Larry Johnson (hamstring).
Questionable: LB Zach Thomas (concussion), S Travares Tillman (knee); Probable: TE David Martin (toe).
Fantasy take: Thomas practiced on a limited basis on Friday, but he remains a question mark for Week 4.
Fantasy take: Jackson's status remains uncertain for Week 4. QB Kelly Holcomb will start again if Jackson is out. Taylor is expected to return vs. Green Bay, but he's a risk for fantasy owners.
New England Patriots
Questionable: LB Rosevelt Colvin (ankle), CB Randall Gay (thigh), RB Laurence Maroney (groin), G Steve Neal (shoulder), WR Donte' Stallworth (knee), WR Kelley Washington (hamstring), DT Vince Wilfork (knee), DE Mike Wright (knee), G Billy Yates (shoulder); Probable: QB Tom Brady (right shoulder), RB Kevin Faulk (team decision).
Fantasy take: Maroney was limited in Friday's practice, so keep tabs on his status throughout the weekend. Brady will be fine to face Cincinnati and is a fabulous fantasy starter in Week 4.
Fantasy take: Burress went to North Carolina to be examined by a specialist and was diagnosed with a serious ankle sprain. Barring setbacks, however, he should be active in Week 4. Ward should be available to face Philadelphia. Jacobs is not expected to come back this week, but he is closer to a return.
New York Jets
Out: LB Cody Spencer (illness); Questionable: WR Jerricho Cotchery (shoulder), CB Andre Dyson (foot), G Brandon Moore (shoulder), QB Chad Pennington (ankle), DT Dewayne Robertson (knee), S Eric Smith (thigh); Probable: RB Darian Barnes (shoulder), CB David Barrett (thigh), LB David Bowens (hand), RB Thomas Jones (calf), TE Joe Kowalewski (shoulder), DT Sione Pouha (foot).
Out: LB Isaiah Ekejiuba (foot); QB Josh MCown (foot); Questionable: DE Derrick Burgess (calf), LB Robert Thomas (hamstring); Probable: G Robert Gallery (shoulder), C Jeremy Newberry (hamstring), RB Oren O'Neal (hamstring).
Fantasy take: McCown could miss several weeks, so Daunte Culpepper will start against Miami. He's a viable fantasy option in larger leagues.
Out: TE L.J. Smith (groin); Doubtful: CB Lito Sheppard (knee), T Tra Thomas (knee), RB Brian Westbrook (abdomen); Probable: K David Akers (left quadriceps), LB Stewart Bradley (hand), S Sean Considine (knee), QB A.J. Feeley (left hand), DE Jevon Kearse (shoulder), LB Matt McCoy (ankle).
Fantasy take: Westbrook did not practice much this week, but he's expected to start in Week 4. Be sure to keep tabs on his status throughout the weekend. Dawkins is expected to start against New York.