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Oct
15

Patriots QB Newton removed from COVID list, cleared to play

New England Patriots quarterback CAM NEWTON was officially removed from the COVID-19 reserve list on Wednesday. The move means that Newton is now eligible to play in Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos. Newton’s illness caused him to miss one game, with fantasy owners excited for his return.

Source: New England Sports Network

Oct
14

Tannehill leads Titans with 4 touchdowns

Tennessee Titans quarterback RYAN TANNEHHILL accounted for 4 total touchdowns in a rare Tuesday Night Football game against the Buffalo Bills. Tannehill threw for three touchdowns and rushed for another score.More Tannehill and his Titans teammates were not able to practice for the past two weeks after positive COVID-19 tests closed team facilities. Less

Source: ESPN.com

Oct
14

Vikings RB Cook uncertain vs. Falcons

Minnesota running back DALVIN COOK appears to have dodged a serious groin injury but his status for Sunday’s game against the Atlanta Falcons is unclear. Cook’s MRI from Monday went “prettyMore well”, but head coach Mike Zimmer said that the team would see how he does this week before making any decisions. If Cook can’t play, fellow running back ALEXANDER MATTISON would take his place in the backfield. Less

Source: Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Oct
14

Cardinals LB Jones likely to miss MNF

Arizona Cardinals outside linebacker CHANDLER JONES is expected to miss Monday night’s game against the Dallas Cowboys after suffering a biceps injury in Sunday’s win over the New York Jets. JonesMore and the Cardinals are awaiting the results of an MRI, but there is a possibility that he could miss the remainder of the 2020 season. Stay tuned. Less

Source: Arizona Sports Radio

Oct
14

Garoppolo to start vs. Rams?

San Francisco head coach Kyle Shanahan is hopeful that starting quarterback JIMMY GAROPPOLO will be available for Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Rams. Garoppolo was benched for the second halfMore of last weekend’s loss to the Miami Dolphins, although the move had more to do with his bum ankle than his dismal performance. It sounds like Garoppolo will be back under center against the Rams as long as his ankle holds up. Less

Source: Team Website

Oct
14

Jets release RB Bell

The New York Jets released starting running back LE’VEON BELL on Tuesday after attempts to trade the disgruntled running back failed. Bell, 28, has been a disappointment since signing a four-yearMore contract in 2019. With Bell out of the picture, fellow running backs LA’MICAL PERINE and FRANK GORE will lead the Jets backfield. Less

Source: New York Post

Oct
13

Titans vs. Bills ON for Tuesday Night Football

Tonight’s game between the Buffalo Bills and the Tennessee Titans will proceed as scheduled after all Titans’ coronavirus tests from Monday came back negative. It marked the second straight day that the Titans had no new positive COVID-19 tests.

Source: ESPN.com

Oct
13

Rookie QB Herbert throws 4 touchdowns on MNF

Los Angeles Chargers quarterback JUSTIN HERBERT became the first rookie to throw 4 touchdown passes on Monday Night Football. The Chargers blew a 17-point lead for the second consecutive week, but the impressive outing by Herbert was the story of the game.

Source: ESPN.com

Oct
13

Kansas City WR Watkins dealing with bad hammy

Kansas City wide receiver SAMMY WATKINS hurt his hamstring in Sunday’s loss to the Las Vegas Raiders and is expected to be out “possibly a couple of weeks”. Watkins has 21More catches for 222 yards and two touchdowns thus far this season. With Watkins out, fellow wide receiver MECOLE HARDMAN could see an increased role in the offense. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Oct
13

Panthers RB McCaffrey nearing return

Carolina Panthers running back CHRISTIAN MCCAFFREY is eligible to come off the injured reserve list this week as he works his way back from a high ankle sprain. McCaffrey is scheduledMore to undergo a series of tests this week that will help determine his progress thus far. McCaffrey suffered the injury three weeks ago, with doctors initially diagnosing him with a four-to-six-week recovery timeline. Less

Source: Team Website

Oct
13

Colts to stick with struggling QB Rivers

Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich said on Monday that the team has no plans to bench starting quarterback PHILIP RIVERS. Rivers threw two more interceptions on Sunday, including a pick-six.More He was also called for intentional grounding in the end zone, which resulted in a safety. The 38-year-old Rivers has thrown more interceptions (5) than touchdowns (4) this season. Less

Source: ESPN.com

Oct
13

Jaguars cut veteran kicker Hauschka

The Jacksonville Jaguars released veteran kicker STEPHEN HAUSCHKA on Monday, a day after he went 0-for-2 on field goals in a loss to the Houston Texans. Jacksonville promoted kicker JON BROWNMore from the practice squad to the active roster, presumably to assume the kicking duties heading into Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions. Brown becomes the Jaguars’ fifth kicker this season. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Oct
13

Vikings RB Cook dealing with groin injury

The Minnesota Vikings got some good news on Monday when running back DALVIN COOK’s MRI indicated that his groin injury was not serious. Cook was hurt on Minnesota’s first offensive playMore of the second half of Sunday night’s loss to the Seattle Seahawks. While Cook could miss this Sunday’s game against the Atlanta Falcons as a precaution, he is not expected to miss multiple games. Despite the minor injury, Cook leads the NFL in rushing with 489 yards through five weeks. Less

Source: St. Paul Pioneer Press

Oct
13

Prescott has successful ankle surgery

Dallas Cowboys quarterback DAK PRESCOTT had successful ankle surgery on Sunday night and was released from the hospital on Monday. Several reports have indicated that Prescott is looking at a four-to-six-monthMore recovery, which would mean a return to action sometime in the spring. Head coach Mike McCarthy would not speculate on a possible timeline for his star quarterback’s recovery. Less

Source: Team Website

Oct
12

Texans QB Watson has season-high day

Houston Texans quarterback DESHAUN WATSON threw for a season-high 359 yards and 3 touchdowns in Sunday’s win over the Jacksonville Jaguars. Interim head coach Romeo Crennel took over after Bill O’BrienMore was fired last week. It was a successful debut for Crennel, who is the oldest coach in NFL history at the age of 73. Less

Source: Houston Chronicle

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