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Injury roundup: Roethlisberger has 'chance to play'
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has a "chance to play" this weekend against the Baltimore Ravens. What other injuries are we tracking Tuesday?
Twenty-one things to know about Week 8 injury report
Veteran quarterback Josh McCown will start for the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, returning to the lineup for the first time since being injured Week 2. Cody Kessler was ruled out because a concussion.
LeSean McCoy doubtful to play for Bills vs. Patriots
LeSean McCoy is as good as out. The Bills running back is listed as doubtful to play against the Patriots after sitting out another week of practice with a hamstring injury.
Jarvis Landry fined $24,309 for illegal hit on Aaron Williams
Jarvis Landry's hit on Aaron Williams drew the ire of Bills coach Rex Ryan earlier this week, and the NFL has not turned a blind eye, either.
Injuries: Clay Matthews hurts hamstring again
Clay Matthews has suffered another hamstring injury, Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Thursday. A hamstring injury kept him from playing Week 3. Read up on more injury news from Thursday.
Injuries: Tony Romo (back) throws passes in practice
Cowboys veteran quarterback Tony Romo is still going through rehab for a broken bone in his back, but that isn't stopping him from throwing some passes in practice.
Blandino: Refs deemed Landry's hit 'a football play'
NFL vice president of Officiating Dean Blandino went on Tuesday's edition of NFL Total Access to explain why Jarvis Landry was allowed to remain in the game following his crack-back block.
Rex: Landry's hit on Williams was 'totally unnecessary'
Dolphins receiver Jarvis Landry laid a huge block on Bills safety Aaron Williams on Sunday. Bills coach Rex Ryan says the hit was "totally unnecessary" and "unsportsmanlike."
Snap Judgments, Week 7: Vikings can't stay unbeaten
How did the Eagles stop the Vikings? Don Banks gets the scoop from Philly safety Rodney McLeod. Plus, Jay Ajayi breaks out (again) and Marcus Peters' DPOY campaign rolls on.
Injuries: Elliott (hamstring) participates in practice
Dallas Cowboys rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott (hamstring) took part in the team's walk-through practice on Monday. Take a look at the other injuries that we are tracking.
Injuries: Malcolm Mitchell suffers elbow subluxation
Playing in his NFL debut, it's hard to imagine a worse start for Malcolm Mitchell. The Patriots' fourth-round pick out of Georgia suffered an elbow subluxation during Thursday's preseason win.
Injuries: McCoy, Watkins return to Bills practice
The banged-up Buffalo Bills saw a pair of key players return to work on Wednesday. Running back LeSean McCoy and wideout Sammy Watkins both opened practice with the first-string offense.
Injury roundup: Broncos' DeMarcus Ware injures back
Denver Broncos linebacker DeMarcus Ware injured his back on Sunday and did not return. The Rams' Chris Long suffered a knee injury in loss to the Packers.
Injuries: Sammy Watkins (calf) sits out Bills practice
Bills coach Rex Ryan announced that second-year wideout Sammy Watkins would miss Wednesday's practice with the calf injury that kept him out of Sunday's loss to the Giants.
22 things to know about the Week 4 injury report
The Bills are first in the league in plays over 20 yards. Yet they have done it with very little help from Sammy Watkins and LeSean McCoy. They'll be without both players this week against the Giants.
20 things to know about the Week 3 injury report
Eddie Lacy is participating in individual drills during the Green Bay Packers practice on Friday. It's the first positive step in getting the running back on the field for Monday night.
Injuries: Bills' Aaron Williams released from hospital
In a scary scene in Buffalo, Bills safety Aaron Williams left the game on a stretcher due to a neck injury. Here are other injuries we're tracking on Sunday.
Three storylines to watch from Bills-Patriots
The Patriots and Bills are slated to face off in arguably the biggest game of Sunday's schedule. After spending the day in New York talking with players, here were some storylines the two teams were following.
Bills' Marcell Dareus: 'Nobody likes the Patriots'
Buffalo's recent track record against New England is not good. That hasn't kept Marcel Dareus and other Bills from talking big heading into a game with the Pats, a team they don't seem to care for.
NFL's best? Broncos' defense ready to lead way
Peyton Manning isn't the same anymore, and he doesn't have to be. Denver's defense could be the best in the league. Gregg Rosenthal goes into detail on that and more after a wild Sunday.
Bills' Aaron Williams: Andrew Luck just another NFL QB
While coaches and personnel types see Andrew Luck as a future Hall of Famer, Buffalo Bills safety Aaron Williams said Indy's signal-caller is "just another NFL quarterback to me."
C.J. Spiller, Brandin Cooks shining in Saints minicamp
Speed demons C.J. Spiller and Brandin Cooks are shining in Saints practices. Will that change once the hitting starts? Find out what else you need to know from Wednesday's minicamps.
Seahawks, Jets and Eagles among NFL's most talented teams
It's a QB-obsessed league, but let's take the glamour boys out of the equation for a second. Bucky Brooks ranks top rosters -- QBs aside. One scary team: Brandon Marshall and Muhammad Wilkerson's Jets.