Week 4: Injury updates/inactives around the NFL

John Clayton provides the latest news on key injuries going into Week 4.

Updated: October 3, 2004, 3:33 PM ET
By John Clayton | ESPN.com

Here's a rundown of some late-breaking news before today's games.

Bengals at Steelers: Bengals wide receiver Peter Warrick is out, so T.J. Houshmandzadeh starts in his place. Madieu Williams starts at free safety. Linebacker Kendrell Bell is out for the Steelers.

Eagles at Bears: Nothing big for the Eagles. Linebacker Brian Urlacher is out for the Bears.

Raiders at Texans: Nothing big for the Raiders. Texans wide receiver Corey Bradford is out with a shoulder injury. Domanick Davis is also out and safety Glenn Earl starts again for Eric Brown.

Giants at Packers: Nothing big for the Giants. Packers cornerbacks Mike McKenzie and Ahmad Carroll are out again.

Colts at Jaguars: Indianapolis' Anthony Floyd will start for injured safety Idrees Bashir. Dallas Clark starts at fullback. Jags fullback Marc Edwards is inactive and will be replaced with Greg Jones.

Redskins at Browns: Running back Chad Morton is out for the Redskins. Running back Lee Suggs is active but William Green will start for the Browns.

Patriots at Bills: Wide receiver Deion Branch and offensive tackle Adrian Klemm are out for the Patriots. Coy Wire starts at safety for the injured Lawyer Milloy.

Saints at Cardinals: Wide receiver Jerome Pathon is out for the Saints. Nothing major for the Cardinals.

Falcons at Panthers: No real surprises for either team.

Jets at Dolphins: Nothing major for the Jets. Wide receiver Chris Chambers is out, so Bryan Gilmore starts for the Dolphins.

Titans at Chargers: Quarterback Steve McNair, safety Lance Schulters and linebacker Rocky Calmus are all inactive for the Titans. Nothing big for the Chargers.

Chargers at Buccaneers: Running back Garrison Hearst, cornerback Lenny Walls and defensive tackle Darius Holland are all out for the Broncos. Chris Simms is the third quarterback for Tampa Bay.

John Clayton is a senior NFL writer for ESPN.com.

John Clayton

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