Flacco didn't practice all week because of a hip injury, while
rookie Lamar Jackson returned to practice on Friday after
sitting out a day due to illness. Robert Griffin III took all
the practice snaps on Thursday.
"There will be a quarterback starting. I can guarantee that,"
Ravens coach John Harbaugh told reporters, partly in jest. "And,
every play, there will be at least one quarterback on the
Harbaugh said Flacco could play despite not practicing.
--Green Bay Packers tight end Jimmy Graham has a broken thumb,
multiple outlets reported.
Graham had the thumb examined on Friday to determine the extent
of his injury. The 31-year-old left Thursday's 27-24 loss to the
Seattle Seahawks in the second half after making one catch for
The Packers haven't confirmed the injury or released a timetable
for his return.
--Los Angeles Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa is expected to be
a game-day decision on Sunday against the Denver Broncos.
Bosa, who has missed the entire season with a foot injury, was
listed as questionable on Friday's injury report. He returned to
practice on Wednesday for the first time since training camp.
Tight end Antonio Gates (knee) also is listed as questionable.
Cornerback Trevor Williams (knee) will miss the game.
--Denver Broncos left guard Max Garcia will miss the rest of the
season after tearing his ACL in Thursday's practice, head coach
Vance Joseph confirmed.
Garcia didn't miss a rep Thursday, but he was taken for an MRI
after feeling discomfort in the knee afterward.
"It was really weird," Joseph said. "I watched practice from the
last play back to the first play, and he didn't miss a down. The
play he was injured on, I saw it. It was kind of a slip. It was
no big deal."
--Suspended linebacker Mychal Kendricks has rejoined the Seattle
Seahawks, coach Pete Carroll told reporters.
Kendricks, 28, will practice next week but cannot play until
Dec. 10 against Minnesota.
As a result of his guilty plea to federal insider trading
changes, the league suspended Kendricks for eight games for
violating the NFL's personal conduct policy. He faces up to 25
years in prison when he is sentenced Jan. 24.
--Philadelphia defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan could play for
the first time this season on Sunday when the Eagles take on the
New Orleans Saints.
"Still optimistic, we've got to get through today and tomorrow
obviously with him and see where he's at," Eagles coach Doug
Pederson said. "It's just a matter of day-by-day and getting
through the practice and seeing where he's at."
Jernigan returned to practice last week for the first time since
having surgery in April to repair a herniated disc in his back.
--Atlanta Falcons linebacker Deion Jones (foot) will not play
Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys, despite being activated from
injured reserve earlier this week.
Head coach Dan Quinn said Jones, who hasn't played since Week 1,
is close but not yet ready to play. Kicker Matt Bryant
(hamstring) will play for the first time since Week 6.
--The Detroit Lions will be without wideout Marvin Jones (knee)
and tight end Michael Roberts (shoulder) against the Carolina
Jones did not practice this week after sustaining a bone bruise
in his knee on Sunday. Cornerback Darius Slay (knee) is expected
--Washington Redskins left tackle Trent Williams is questionable
to face the Houston Texans as he recovers from surgery to repair
a dislocated thumb.
Also questionable is kicker Dustin Hopkins (groin). Running back
Chris Thompson (ribs) and wideout Jamison Crowder (ankle) remain
out after not practicing all week.
--The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be without linebacker Lavonte
David (knee), defensive end Vinny Curry (ankle), running back
Ronald Jones (hamstring) and defensive backs Justin Evans (toe)
and M.J. Stewart (foot) against the New York Giants.
Curry and Jones practiced on a limited basis Thursday and
Friday, while none of the others practiced this week.
--The Cincinnati Bengals placed tight end Tyler Kroft on injured
reserve and signed linebacker Brandon Bell off the practice
Kroft, who has four catches for 36 yards in five games (two
starts) this year, hasn't played since hurting his foot in Week
5. Cincinnati is already without Tyler Eifert for the season.
--Field Level Media
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