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- RB/KR Cordarrelle Patterson will be out a couple of weeks and likely out for the rest of the preseason with a soft tissue injury, head coach Arthur Smith announced.
- OL Matt Hennessy (knee) was placed on the injured list.
- CB Mike Hughes will be out a couple of weeks and likely out for the rest of the preseason with a soft tissue injury, Smith announced.
- QB Bryce Young will play in Friday's preseason game versus the Giants and it'll probably be about the same amount of reps/series he did last week against the Jets, head coach Frank Reich announced.
- QB Andy Dalton (back) will probably be held out against the Giants, per Reich.
- RB Miles Sanders (groin) will likely not play this preseason but the injury is "getting better," per Reich.
- WR Damiere Byrd (hamstring) was placed on injured reserve.
- OG Cade Mays has a neck injury and won't be available this week, per Reich.
- DB Collin Duncan
- LB Micah Parsons (left leg) is returning to practice today after leaving early on Tuesday, head coach Mike McCarthy announced.
- WR Davante Adams (leg) is back practicing and is 100% healthy, head coach Josh McDaniels told reporters.
- DE Tyree Wilson (foot) has been activated from the team's non-football injury list and can start practicing with the team at any point, McDaniels announced.
- LB Darius Harris (injured)
- WR Jordan Addison is working through concussion protocol and could return as early as Monday, per head coach Kevin O'Connell.
- RB Dalvin Cook signed his contract, the team announced. Cook's signing, for one year and up to $8.6 million, was reported Monday.
- OG Laken Tomlinson (leg) is considered day to day, per head coach Robert Saleh.
- DE Carl Lawson (Achilles) is giving Saleh hope for a return to practice next week.
- CB Javelin Guidry injured his knee in the joint practice today with the Buccaneers and is expected to undergo surgery in the near future, NFL Network Insider Mike Garafolo reports, per sources.
- CBs coach Tony Oden is doing fine after he was inadvertently struck during an altercation at the team's joint practice with the Buccaneers, per Saleh. Oden was taken to the hospital to be evaluated.
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