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#1 12-10-2017 07:56:52

Date d'inscription: 05-04-2017
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The Bengals are still waiting on tight end Tyler Eifert and wide

receiver John Ross, who have seen minimal playing time because of injuries. The return of both could ignite an inconsistent offense, particularly a red zone threat like Eifert. While the bye week could help, coach Marvin Lewis did not give a timetable for either player's return. -- Katherine Terrell
Defensive … den-Jersey end Myles Garrett got 19 snaps in his first game after he incurred a high ankle sprain before the opener. Garrett was explosive early, and had a sack on his first play. But in the second half, he was laboring noticeably on the ankle. It's worth watching him closely to see if he regains full health while playing with the ankle at less than 100 percent. -- Pat McManamon
The Steelers need Marcus Gilbert (hamstring) back in the worst way. One of the game's best right tackles has missed half the season, and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is on pace for 29 sacks this season. Julien Gauthier Womens Jersey Gilbert practiced early last week but suffered a setback, so the team likely needs to see him go through a full session on Friday. -- Jeremy Fowler
The Colts' biggest injury storyline will remain Andrew Luck until http://www.officialravensproshoponline. … son-Jersey the quarterback makes his 2017 debut following right shoulder surgery in January. Luck practiced for the first time last week. The goal is for his workload -- number of passes and type of passes -- to increase in practice this week.
He has already been ruled out of Indy's Week 6 game at Tennessee, and the Colts will not put a timetable on when he'll play in a game. -- … rge_Jersey Mike Wells
The Jaguars are relatively healthy five weeks into the season. Nobody has any long-term injuries -- center Brandon Linder missed last week's game with an illness and wide receiver Marqise Lee is battling sore ribs -- and that's one of the reasons the Jaguars are considered the favorite now in the AFC South.
Keeping running back Leonard Fournette healthy is the No. 1 goal because he's the key to the offense. That's why the Jaguars have been so careful about monitoring his reps, though he did have a career-high 28 carries against the Steelers last week. He takes a pounding, too, because of his running style and the fact that the Jaguars have run the ball against more eight-plus man boxes than any other team in the league (31 percent of their carries). -- Mike DiRocco
Quarterback Marcus Mariota hasn't played 16 games in an NFL season yet, and he won't this year after missing Week 5 with a hamstring injury. The Titans are going nowhere without Mariota, so it becomes essential to keep him upright or they'll be at home come playoff time once again. Backup Matt Cassel Zack Cozart Jersey won't get it done.
There is optimism that Mariota will return in Week 6, but can he stay healthy? That's the Titans' biggest remaining question mark, and the fact there's uncertainty reflects the overall vibe toward this team. -- Cameron Wolfe
Coming off their Week 5 bye week, the Broncos' injury situation isn't too big a worry at this point. Byron Buxton Womens Jersey But they have three offensive linemen -- Garett Bolles, Menelik Watson and Max Garcia -- who have dealt with injuries in recent weeks and will bear watching as the Broncos practice. All three participated in Monday's practice, … mp;t=51710 … atID=10930 … st_id/5632 … ith-lebron

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