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Sep 19 2014 - Jamaal Charles (Chiefs), RB Jamaal Charles returned to limited practice Friday, just five days after suffering a high ankle sprain against the Denver Broncos.
The Chiefs are waiting to see how his ankle responds to the work before determining his status for Sunday's game at the Miami Dolphins.
"He did practice and he moved around and did a decent job," Chiefs coach Andy Reid said. "So, we'll see how it all works out.
"I'm just going to evaluate, just see how he feels and let the docs make a decision and let the trainers make a decision from there. We appreciate his effort he came in and he's pushed through this thing. We'll make the decision after that."
Depending on Charles' status Sunday, Knile Davis will either start in his place or is expected to at least share the backfield reps.
Sep 19 2014 - Kai Forbath (Redskins), PK Kai Forbath (right groin) is listed as questionable despite taking part in all of Friday's session. Coach Jay Gruden said Forbath "felt pretty good" Friday, but acknowledged punter Tress Way may handle kickoff duties Sunday.
Sep 19 2014 - DeSean Jackson (Redskins), WR DeSean Jackson was officially list as questionable for Sunday's game at the Philadelphia Eagles and is expected to be a game-day decision. Jackson suffered a sprained shoulder in Week 2, and returned to limited practice for the first time Friday.
"He was very limited," Redskins head coach Jay Gruden said of Jackson's work Friday. "But I think it was a step in the positive direction. (We will) get another look at him (Saturday) with the trainers and then we'll gauge him on Sunday morning and see where he's at. I think he's taking steps in a positive direction."
Sep 18 2014 - A.J. Green (Bengals), WR A.J. Green returned to practice Thursday and head coach Marvin Lewis said he expects the Pro Bowler to play Sunday against the Tennessee Titans.
Green left Sunday's victory over the Atlanta Falcons after one series with a foot injury. The ligament strain was labeled a toe injury by the Bengals.
Lewis said Green does not have a long-term injury. Speculation that the team would rest Green ahead of the Week 4 bye to give him time to heal might not be necessary.
However, Green is still expected to be a game-time decision.
Sep 18 2014 - Jonathan Dwyer (Cardinals), RB Jonathan Dwyer was deactivated late Wednesday after he had been arrested earlier in the day on charges of aggravated assault stemming from two alleged domestic violence incidents involving his wife and son.
Thursday, the 25-year-old running back was placed on the reserve/non-football injury list. While Dwyer is not injured, NFL Network reported he will be placed under close medical and psychological evaluation because of alleged suicide concerns raised by some close to him.
Dwyer spent Wednesday night in jail and appeared in court Thursday before being released.
Also on Thursday, details emerged about the alleged incidents.
The Arizona Republic reported that Dwyer broke his wife's nose when he head-butted her after she bit his lip to stop his unwanted sexual advances during a July domestic dispute.
The incident took place on July 21 and began around 8 a.m. with just the Dwyers and their 17-month-old son at their Phoenix-area apartment. Dwyer is accused of trying to kiss his wife and take her clothes off. Despite her attempts to reject his advances, he would not stop, and she bit his lip, according to police.
Dwyer head-butted his wife and broke her nose, police said. Neighbors called Phoenix police and after they left, Dwyer's wife took her son and fled their apartment.
But she returned later in the day after Dwyer sent a text message saying he did not want to live anymore, according to the police report.
The next day, the argument continued and escalated again. Dwyer is accused of punching his wife in the face. He also allegedly picked up a shoe and threw it at their son, hitting the boy in the stomach.
According to court documents, neighbors heard Dwyer's wife recounting the incident that evening. Some friends helped her pack her belongings and she fled Arizona fearing for her safety.
She reported both incidents to the Phoenix police after she arrived in another state and felt safe, the Republic reported.
Dwyer was re
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