Matt Leinart: According to team reports, Leinart has officially been benched in favor of Kurt Warner. Leinart's 4 for 12 & 3 INT performance is what did him in.
Kurt Warner: The greatest show on earth may be in full effect in Arizona this season. Kurt Warner has just been named the clubs start to being the '08 season.
Joe Horn: Joe Horn was released by the falcons ball club this week. Horn should catch on with another ball club before the season starts.
Willis McGahee: McGahee indicated that he should be ready for the regular season, the Baltimore Sun reports.
Roscoe Parrish: Parrish has been nursing a leg injury
Trent Edwards: Edwards is recovering from a deep bruise in his right thigh just above his knee, won't play in Sunday's preseason game against the Colts.
D.J. Hackett: Hackett (toe) did not play against the Redskins on Saturday night. Hackett is going to benefit from Steve Smith's absence the first 2 weeks of the season.
Muhsin Muhammad: Muhammad (sore ribs) sat out Saturday's preseason win over the Redskins and may be out till the regular season opener.
Kevin Jones: KJ made his first appearance with the Bears this past week and had three carries for 30 yards in his Bears debut. Orton will greatly benefit from
KJ's presence on the football field this year if he can stay healthy.
Desmond Clark: Clark missed Thursday's preseason game against the 49ers with a sprained knee.
Carson Palmer: Palmer's nose was treated Sunday after it was slightly fractured in Saturday's game. Palmer will miss the final pre-seaon game, but will be
ready to go come week 1.
Rudi Johnson: Johnson (hamstring) said he'll return to game action in this coming Thursday night's preseason finale.
T.J. Houshmandzadeh: Houshmandzadeh didn't in Saturday's preseason game against New Orleans. Housh, may suit up for the finale, but don't count on it.
Chad Johnson: Johnson's sprained shoulder has progressed quicker than first thought and the regular season opener remains the target for his return, according to team reports.
Derek Anderson: Coach Crennel said if Anderson is cleared to return to practice, he may play in the Browns' preseason finale on Aug. 28.Derek Anderson is recovering from a
Braylon Edwards: The Browns said that Edwards is "making progress" with his foot, which was cut in practice 10 days ago. Brylon will miss the rest of the pre-season to
be ready for week 1 action.
Jamal Lewis: Lewis missed Saturday's game in Detroit after pulling a hamstring in Monday's loss to the Giants.
Key Injuries: None
Brandon Marshall: Marshall hauled in two passes for 71 yards and a touchdown in Friday's preseason game against the Packers. Marshall will be out the first 2 games of
the season,but that shouldn't stop you from taking him in in the first 4 to 5 rounds of your Fantasy Football draft.
Jason Hanson: Hanson (hip flexor/thigh sprain) did not play Saturday against the Browns & may miss next weeks game too.
Green Bay Packers
James Jones: Jones has been diagnosed with a sprained knee and he's considered "week-to-week," according to team reports.
Ryan Grant: Grant (hamstring) was back at Packers practice Sunday.
Ahman Green: Green (groin) will not be ready to play in Houston's preseason finale Thursday, according to team reports.
Chris Brown: Brown (back) is unlikely to play in Houston's preseason finale on Thursday.
Peyton Manning: Nothing new here, Manning will continue to miss pre-season play after having minor knee surgery, but will be ready come week 1.
Maurice Jones-Drew: The ankle sprain that Jones-Drew sustained early in Saturday's preseason game isn't considered serious and will most likely miss their final pre-season game.
Jerry Porter: Porter may return to practice next week, according to team reports.
Reggie Williams: Williams (knee) returned to practice on Wednesday & should see some action their final pre-season game. Williams had a big year last year & should continue to
be one of David Garrard's favorite targets in '08.
Kansas City Chiefs
Brodie Croyle: Croyle has one more pre-season game to provie he should be the starter of the Chief's in '08. Tyler Thigpen or Damon Huard will get the nod if he continues to
struggle or put up mediocre performances.
Ronnie Brown: Brown may see a lightened workload early in the season as he nurses his injured right thumb back to health. This may leave the door wide open for Ricky Williams
to prove that he should be the primary back for the fish in '08.
Robert Ferguson: Ferguson injured his right leg playing special teams in Saturday's preseason game.
Tarvaris Jackson: Jackson (knee) sat out Saturday's exhibition game after warming up but said after the game he definitely will play in the Vikings' regular season opener.
Sidney Rice: Rice missed Saturday's preseason game after missing four days of practice with a virus.
New Orleans Saints
Jeremy Shockey: Shockey, didn't make his Saints' debut in Saturday night's preseason game against the Bengals, but may play in their pre-season finale game.
Reggie Bush: Bush suffered a contusion to his quadriceps late in the first quarter of Saturday's preseason game against the Bengals, according to team reports.
Marques Colston: Colston suffered bruised ribs in Saturday's preseason win over the Bengals & is considered day to day.
New England Patriots
Wes Welker: Wild Wes Welker did not have an update on Welker's rib injury Saturday, the Boston Herald reports.
LaMont Jordan: Jordan (undisclosed) did not play in Friday's preseason game against the Eagles.
Tom Brady: The pride of beantown (right foot) won't see any pre-season action, but will be ready for week 1.
New York Giants
Osi Umenyiora: Umenyiora suffered serious ligament damage in his left knee Saturday, and he will miss the entire 2008 season.
Lawrence Tynes: Tynes (knee) will likely miss the Giants opener while recovering from exploratory knee surgery, according to team reports.
New York Jets
Laveranues Coles: Coles (leg) did not play in Saturday's preseason win over the Giants.
Drew Carter: Carter tore his left ACL in Saturday's preseason game, and he will likely miss the 2008 regular season.
Sebastian Janikowski: The Polish Prince (hamstring) did not practice Wednesday, but may be ready to test his leg in their final pre-season game.
Reggie Brown: Brown is out for the rest of the preseason with a hamstring injury, but said he expects to play in the season opener against the Rams on Sept. 7th.
Key Injuries: None
San Diego Chargers
Shawn Merriman: Merriman said Saturday that he has a torn LCL and a torn PCL in his left knee & that they're career threatening.
Lawrence Tynes: Tynes underwent an exploratory arthroscopic procedure on his left knee Friday, which revealed no structural damage. Tynes may miss a couple of games to
start the season.
Antonio Gates: Gates (toe) was scheduled to just participate in individual drills on Thursday, but he felt so good that he decided to take his first snaps in team drills.
AG should be ready to go full speed come week 1 of the regular season.
Matt Hasselbeck: Hasselbeck (back) will not play against San Diego on Monday or the rest of the pre-season.
San Francisco 49ers
Bryant Johnson: Johnson (hamstring) is expected to miss San Francisco's final preseason game against San Diego on Friday, according to team reports.
St. Louis Rams
Orlando Pace: Here we go again, Pace (shoulder) sat out the Rams' 24-10 win over Baltimore on Saturday night. Hopefully Pace just aggravated the injury and he'll be fine
for the regular season.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Antonio Bryant: Bryant (sore knee) did not play in Saturday's Buccaneers-Jaguars game.
LenDale White: White (ribs) is expected to play in the final preseason game against Green Bay, according to team report.
Jason Taylor: Taylor will be out for 10-14 days with a spraineed right knee. Campbell & the rest of the offense are going to miss JT's putting pressure & sacking
opposing quarterbacks to improve thier field positions while he's out.