Roundup: Tyron Smith (tornozelo) dos Cowboys fora para a Semana 5

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New York GiantslinebackerRyan Connelly‘s promising rookie season is over after four games.

The team announced the fifth-round draft pick tore his ACL in Sunday’s win over theRedskins. The season-ending injury cuts short what had been a fast start for Connelly.

Making his third consecutive start, the inside linebacker recorded his second interception in as many games. Connelly also has two tackles for loss, including a sack, and 20 tackles overall.

Big Blue gained a player on the other side of the ball Monday. Wide receiverGolden Tate,who served a four-game suspensionfor PEDs, returned to the team facility.

The 10th-year veteran is eligible to make hisGiantsdebut this weekend against theVikings.

“He should be fresh and ready to go,” coach Pat Shurmur told reporters.

Here is other news we’re tracking Monday:

1. ThePittsburgh Steelersannounced the following inactives forMonday Night Football: FBRoosevelt Nix(knee), LBAnthony Chickillo(foot), GFred Johnson, OTChukwuma Okorafor, TEVance McDonald(shoulder), DEIsaiah Buggsand LBVince Williams(hamstring).

TheCincinnati Bengalsannounced the following inactives for “MNF”: DECarl Lawson(hamstring), DEKerry Wynn(concussion), DTRyan Glasgow(thigh), HBTrayveon Williams, OTCordy Glenn(concussion), WRA.J. Green(ankle) and QBJake Dolegala.

2. TheDallas Cowboysreceived good news on star left tackleTyron Smith‘s sprained ankle suffered late in Sunday’s loss to theSaints. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports that Smith might only miss one week due to the injury.

Head coach Jason Garrett confirmed during his press conference that the initial tests on Smith were “favorable” and that he’s considered “week-to-week.”

Smith already has been ruled out for this Sunday’s game against thePackers, per Rapoport, but he has not been ruled out for Week 6 against theJets. Jerry Jones told reporters after theSaintsgame that Smith was dealing with a “high ankle” situation, but Rapoport reports the injury does not appear to have the standard 4-6 week timeline associated with high ankle sprains.

Garrett also confirmed that safetyKavon Frazier(torn pectoral) will have surgery and go on IR shortly thereafter, ending his season.

3.Green Bay Packerscoach Matt LaFleur said wide receiverDavante Adams(toe) is day to day. Adams went down late in Green Bay’s loss to theEagleslast Thursday and said afterward he had a turf toe injury. LaFleur told reporters there isn’t currently a plan for Adams’ activity this week. “I really can’t tell you right now,” he said.

4.Los Angeles Chargersdefensive endMelvin Ingram“is expected to miss some time with a hamstring injury, likely a couple weeks,” according to Rapoport.

5.Pantherscoach Ron Rivera told reporters he expectsKyle Allento start again Sunday versus theJaguars, while adding there is no timeline for the return ofCam Newton(foot).

6.Cincinnati Bengalswide receiverA.J. Green, who has missed the start of the season due to an ankle injury suffered early in training camp, has a medical checkup later this week and is not expected to play Sunday against theCardinals, per NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero. Green’s status is up in the air following Week 5.

7.EaglescornerbackAvonte Maddoxwas diagnosed with a neck sprain, Rapoport reported, per a source. Maddox was carted off the field late in Philadelphia’s win over thePackerslast Thursday. He’s considered week to week and will likely miss a few games, Rapoport added.

8.BearsquarterbackMitchell Trubiskyis undergoing tests Monday on his non-throwing shoulder to determine how much time he’ll miss, per Rapoport. He is considered doubtful to play Week 5 in London versus theRaiders. Trubisky landed awkwardly on his left arm during Chicago’s first drive against theVikingsand was replaced byChase Daniel.

9.BillsquarterbackJosh Allenis in the concussion protocol, according to Rapoport. He exited in the second half of Buffalo’s loss to thePatriotsafter taking a hit to the head.

10.JetsquarterbackSam Darnoldhashas only been cleared for non-contactdrills and will begin throwing Monday. New York coach coach Adam Gase said he’s unsure about Darnold’s availability for Week 5 versus theEaglessince the second-year QB hasn’t been cleared for contact. Darnold has been sidelined since the season opener because of mononucleosis.

Gase said rookie defensive tackleQuinnen Williams“is good to go” after battling an ankle injury, while linebackersC.J. Mosley(groin) andJordan Jenkins(calf) are not expected to practice Wednesday.

11.Detroit Lionscoach Matt Patricia said tight endT.J. Hockensonis in the concussion protocol.

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