Cardinals HC Bruce Arians told reporters on Monday that they have no plans to reset their players against the Seahawks in Week 17.
“We will approach this game like it’s game one,” said Arians, per Kent Somers. “I don’t think you get anything out of resting guys. I don’t want to set a precedent.”
Arians added that the team is playing well enough right now that they really don’t want to disrupt their performance moving forward.
“Don’t think you get anything out of resting guys,” Arians said, per Somers. “[W]e’re playing so well right now, we don’t want to change.”
- Colts HC Chuck Pagano told reporters that QB Matt Hasselbeck is doubtful for Week 17 with a Grade 1 AC joint sprain.
- Pagano said that it looks like Stephen Morris will start for them at quarterback this weekend. (Bob Kravitz)
- As of now, Josh Freeman is still working out for the Colts and will probably be signed. (Bob Kravitz)
Eagles coach Chip Kelly explained that LT Jason Peters left Saturday’s game because of an injury he suffered early in the game. Not because he refused to play the remainder of the contest, which had been reported.
- Texans HC Bill O’Brien said that QB Brian Hoyer is in last phase of the NFL’s concussion protocol. (Tania Ganguli)
- O’Brien confirmed that Hoyer will start in Week 17 if he’s cleared from his concussion this week.
- O’Brien mentioned that OLB Jadeveon Clowney is day to day with a foot injury, and doesn’t have any structural damage to his foot. (Tania Ganguli)
- O’Brien didn’t rule out the possibility that Clowney could play this weekend. (Aaron Wilson)
- The Texans will place CB Charles James on season-ending injured reserve with a fractured foot. (Aaron Wilson)