- Bears HC John Fox told reporters on Monday of OLB Leonard Floyd‘s knee injury: “I think he’s going to miss some time.” (Zach Zaidman)
- The good news, however, is that Fox believes Floyd has avoided any damage to his ACL. Chicago still plans to wait for the test results before offering a prognosis for him. (Rich Campbell)
Bills HC Sean McDermott said Monday that he’s “still evaluating” the quarterback position and will announce the team’s Week 12 starter in the coming days.
According to McDermott, Nathan Peterman five-interception performance isn’t going to define his career.
“One game is not going to define Nathan or Nathan’s career,” McDermott said, via Pro Football Talk. “Young players go through it. I own the decision. I don’t regret the decision, I regret the result. There are other hands in the result. I’m confident in Nathan and his mental toughness.”
- McDermott announced that WR Kelvin Benjamin did not suffer any ligament damage to his knee, but he’s still being evaluated. (Joe Buscaglia)
- As for S Micah Hyde, McDermott said he “checked out fine.“
- Benjamin Allbright reported Monday that the Broncos “quietly shopped” WR Demaryius Thomas ahead of this year’s trade deadline and are potentially looking to move on from him this offseason. T
- According to Allbright, the Broncos feel Thomas has lost strength after he switched to vegan diet and believe he hasn’t been the same player.
- However, Broncos VP of PR Patrick Smyth quickly shot down the report, saying it’s “false.”
- Troy Renck also spoke with multiple sources who deny that Denver attempted to trade Thomas.
- Colts HC Chuck Pagano said Monday that they’re optimistic QB Jacoby Brissett will clear the concussion protocol and play against the Titans in Week 12. (Mike Chappell)
- Pagano mentioned that he expects OLB John Simon (neck) to be back Sunday, barring a setback. (George Bremer)