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  • 8/30, 11:38 am
    • Mauga (shoulder) will be sidelined for...

      Mauga (shoulder) will be sidelined for the remainder of the season, BJ Kissel of chiefs.com reports.

      Analysis: Mauga will miss the entire 2016 season due to a labral tear. The Chiefs' veteran linebacker was expected to be a catalyst of this year's defense. Ramik Wilson will have a chance to earn a starting spot during his absence.

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  • 8/30, 11:37 am
    • Robinson (shoulder) was cut by the...

      Robinson (shoulder) was cut by the Panthers on Tuesday, Steve Reed of the Associated Press reports.

      Analysis: Robinson had been dealing with a shoulder injury stemming from the Panthers' second preseason game against the Titans. Kurt Coleman and Tre Boston figure to lead the way at safety moving forward.

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  • 8/30, 11:29 am
    • Houston (knee) was moved to the...

      Houston (knee) was moved to the regular-season PUP list Tuesday, ruling him out for the first six weeks of the year, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.

      Analysis: Houston was always a long shot to be ready early in the season, as his February surgery came with a recovery timeline of 6-to-12 months. The Chiefs do still hope to have him available by mid-year, with Houston capable of making a huge impact even if he has to be eased back into action.

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  • 8/30, 11:20 am
    • Perriman (knee) has been cleared to...

      Perriman (knee) has been cleared to play in Thursday's preseason finale against the Saints, The Baltimore Sun reports.

      Analysis: Perriman was already expected to play in a game for the first time since college, pending approval from the Ravens' medical staff. Although he received that approval Tuesday, the 22-year-old wideout does still need final clearance from head coach John Harbaugh, who suggested Monday that it won't be an issue. Perriman missed training camp and the first three preseason games while allowing his partially-torn ACL to heal, going more than two months without any form of football activity. Even if he impresses in Thursday's game, there's no assurance he'll start the regular season with a role in Baltimore's offense. However, the team will undoubtedly be intrigued by the speed of its 2015 first-round selection, assuming the knee issue doesn't hinder him too much.

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  • 8/30, 11:12 am
    • Hyde (concussion) has cleared enough of...

      Hyde (concussion) has cleared enough of the NFL's concussion protocol to allow for a return to non-football activity, Matt Maiocco of CSN Bay Area reports.

      Analysis: Hyde was concussed during Friday's preseason game against Green Bay, finishing with four carries for 30 yards in his brief appearance. A quick return to off-field work is typical for players recovering from concussions, so the real test will be how long it takes Hyde to get back on the practice field. He doesn't have any prior concussions on his NFL track record, but it's still difficult to predict a recovery timetable. If fully cleared, Hyde figures to handle a hefty workload Week 1 against the Rams. If not, No. 2 running back Shaun Draughn (ribs) should be healthy and ready to fill in. Mike Davis, DuJuan Harris and Kelvin Taylor are competing to round out the depth chart.

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