Week four of the NFL season already kicked off last night with the Chicago Bears taking on the Green Bay Packers. However, most teams are prepping up for their Sunday games and that means that injury news on key players status is coming out.

Sam Bradford to miss third straight game

Minnesota Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer announced yesterday afternoon that quarterback #Sam Bradford was going to miss his third straight game. Zimmer said of the quarterback that “He's feeling better. He's just not ready to play.” This means that Case Keenum will once again start as he is coming off a game in which he threw three touchdowns and had a career-high 369 passing yards.

Bradford is listed as being day-to-day, as it is known that he has no structural damage in his knee and does not need surgery. Zimmer himself is uncertain as to when Bradford will turn the corner in regards to the injury.

Will Fuller expected to make season debut

#Houston Texans head coach Bill O'Brien had good news for fans and his team's offense as he says that he expects receiver Will Fuller to make his season debut this Sunday. Fuller also said himself yesterday that he feels like he is ready to place. Eight weeks ago the 2016 first-round pick broke his collarbone in practice, with his loss being a big blow to the Texans.

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Having Fuller back will help to open up the team's playbook, as he can stretch the field with his speed. The receiver also acknowledged that he has some catching up to do. However, he is excited about playing with Deshaun Watson saying, “I just can't wait to get on the field with him on Sunday.”

Saints lose Kuhn but get Snead back

The #New Orleans Saints announced today that fullback John Kuhn was going to be put on injured reserve, as he will miss the rest of the season due to a biceps injury. The 35-year-old Kuhn suffered the injured on Wednesday as the team is in London practicing for Sunday's earlier game against the Miami Dolphins.

Wide receiver Willie Snead took Kuhn's place on the active roster. Yesterday he was officially removed from the commissioner's exempt list since his three-game suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy ended.

Snead's role in Sunday's game is unclear, as it is unknown if he has taken part in any full-team practice drills this week. He has been a key player in the Saint's offense, having hauled in 141 receptions for 1,879 yards and 7 touchdowns in his first two years in the NFL.