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The defending champion beat Gael Monfils of France 7-6 (6), 6-3, while second-seeded Andy Murray of Britain dispatched Edouard Roger-Vasselin, also of France, 6-3, 6-3. Making his first appearance since injuring his wrist a month ago, Del Potro had difficulty with his service games in the first set. To help you set your lineups and avoid starting a player who doesnt take the field, we will post fantasy-relevant updates and analysis here as NFL teams release their Sunday inactive lists before kickoff. Any rankings cited in this column come from our ESPN Fantasy staff ranks.?Teams on bye this week: Bears, Bengals, Cardinals, Patriots, Redskins, TexansRefresh often for the latest information.Ruled out before SundayRB Spencer Ware (concussion), QB Alex Smith (head), RB Jamaal Charles (knee, injured reserve), RB James Starks (knee), QB Tony Romo (back), S Barry Church (forearm), TE Hunter Henry (knee), LB Jatavis Brown (knee), S Kam Chancellor (groin), LB?James Laurinaitis?(quad), RB Thomas Rawls (leg), DE Michael Bennett (knee).Early games, 1 p.m. ET (six scheduled)QB Ben Roethlisberger (knee, questionable) -- active RB DeAngelo Williams (knee, questionable) -- active LB C.J. Mosley (thigh, questionable) -- active WR Steve Smith Sr. (ankle, questionable) -- active WR Dez Bryant (knee, questionable) -- active WR Jeremy Maclin (groin, questionable) -- active DE Muhammad Wilkerson (ankle, questionable) -- active WR DeVante Parker (hamstring, questionable) -- active DE Ezekiel Ansah (ankle, questionable) -- active RB Theo Riddick (ankle, questionable) -- active RB Jerick McKinnon (ankle, questionable) -- active S Andrew Sendejo (ankle, questionable) -- activeLate games, 4:05 and 4:25 p.m. ET (four scheduled)LB Luke Kuechly (groin, questionable) -- active RB Carlos Hyde (shoulder, questionable) -- inactive? TE Dwayne Allen (ankle, questionable) -- active WR Randall Cobb (hamstring, questionable) -- active TE Delanie Walker (groin, questionable) -- active WR Travis Benjamin (knee, questionable) -- active WR Tyrell Williams (knee, questionable) -- active LB Denzel Perryman (hamstring, doubtful) -- inactiveSunday night game, 8:30 ETWR Amari Cooper (back, questionable) -- activeUpdates/analysis (most recent first)Green Bay Packers (3 p.m.): Despite being considered a long shot to play Sunday, WR Randall Cobb is active for the Packers ?game against the Colts. However, LB Clay Matthews, who was expected to play, is inactive.?Ryan Kalil (2:45 p.m.): The Carolina center is out for todays game due to an injured shoulder. Backup center Gino Gradkowski is expected to get the start in his place, raising the potential for some shaky snap exchanges.Los Angeles Rams (2:40 p.m.): Both CB Trumaine Johnson (ankle) and DT Michael Brockers (groin) are active for the teams game against the Panthers, which should be a big boost to the Los Angeles defense. Kelvin Benjamin should certainly have a tougher go.Marcus Gilbert (11:55 a.m.): Just to avoid confusion, the offensive tackle is active and will provide protection for Ben Roethlisberger today.dddddddddddd It is CB Justin Gilbert who is inactive for the Steelers for Week 9.?Darius Slay (11:50 a.m.): The Lions cornerback had been limited in practice all week, but he was expected to play Sunday. However, he is a surprise inactive for todays game. For the second straight week, Johnson Bademosi is expected to start in his place.?Stefon Diggs could be a big benificiary of Slays absence.Kansas City Chiefs (11:45 a.m.): With Spencer Ware out with a concussion, Jamaal Charles (meniscus) on the IR and Bishop Sankey having been declared inactive, the Chiefs backfield will be led by Charcandrick West. Knile Davis, who has been traded once and cut twice over the past three weeks, was re-signed by the team to be the No. 2 back.Ben Roethlisberger (11:40 a.m.): ESPNs Adam Schefter reports that the Steelers have indeed announced Big Ben as their starting quarterback. He will not be throwing any passes to Markus Wheaton, however, as the wide receiver is a healthy inactive.DuJuan Harris (9:50 a.m.): With Carlos Hyde?now not expected to play Sunday, ESPNs Mike Clay notes that Harris is the add and an RB3/flex fantasy option. Harris is now expected to get the start, though both Shaun Draughn and Mike Davis should see some touches in the San Francisco backfield.Jerick McKinnon (7:50 a.m.): According to Mike Garafolo of NFL Network, despite being limited in practice this week, the Vikings running back will return to the lineup today. McKinnon missed last weeks game with an ankle injury.Steve Smith Sr.?(7:35 a.m.): ESPNs Adam Schefter says that the Ravens have two game plans ready to go today -- one with the veteran receiver, and one without. It doesnt get more questionable that that, folks. Dont lock in your lineups without checking on his status once inactives are officially announced.Carlos Hyde (7:30 a.m.): The running back will be a game-time call for the 49ers, but Schefter reports that it does not sound promising that he will be active. Given the 4 p.m. start, if you dont have any other late options, you cant afford to wait on Hyde.James Laurinaitis (7:25 a.m.): The Saints have placed the veteran linebacker on IR, reports ESPNs Field Yates. DT Sheldon Rankins (broken fibula on Aug. 15) has been added to the 53-man roster and is expected to make his NFL debut Sunday, though how much he will play remains to be seen.Official Sunday inactives should begin coming in at approximately 11:30 a.m. ET for the early games, 2:30 p.m. ET for the late games and 7 p.m. ET for the Sunday night game. ' ' '