NFL roundup: Latest league news from Saturday, Oct. 2

The Pittsburgh Steelers will be without its top wide receiver on Sunday in Green Bay.

Chase Claypool (hamstring) has been downgraded to out versus the Packers, the team announced Saturday.

NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports Claypool injured his hamstring in practice this week. The Steelers WR was originally listed as doubtful after missing Friday’s practice.

Claypool leads all Steelers receivers with 15 receptions and 211 receiving yards (zero touchdowns) through three weeks. His absence will certainly be felt for a Steelers team generating just 16.7 points per game.


  • Kansas City Chiefs pass rusher Frank Clark (hamstring) and cornerback Charvarius Ward (quad) have been downgraded to out versus the Eagles, the team announced. Clark and Ward were originally declared doubtful on Friday.
  • Indianapolis Colts guard Quenton Nelson (ankle/knee) is being placed on injured reserve and will miss at least three weeks. The Colts also announced quarterback Brett Hundley and safety Ibraheim Campbell were elevated to the active roster form the practice squad.

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