The tweet went on to say Taylor, who has been on IR since he injured his left hamstring in Week 2 against the Cleveland Browns, will return to practice Wednesday. If he's able to play this week, we now have to assume it will be Mills to the bench. Taylor should at least be a slight upgrade. Taylor rushed for 40 yards in Week 1 and rushed for a TD in Week 2. He also threw for two TDs in Week 1 and one in Week 2 before getting hurt. Taylor would get the Rams in Week 8 if he's able to stay on the practice field this week.
Swift turned 21 touches into 144 yards and a TD the story said. For those in dynasty leagues, Swift is among the top-three backs to have going forward and he really seems to be taking a step forward this year.
Rapoport said there is no major structural issues, though he’ll likely miss next week’s game. After that is the bye, and he’ll be reassessed, according to the tweet. Of course, outside of Terry McLaurin the WFT is hurting at the WR position. Samuel can't get on the field because of a hamstring issue, leaving Humphries as the team's WR2. Sims has been struggling with a groin injury.