- Bills HC Sean McDermott said Monday that QB Derek Anderson and LB Tremaine Edmunds are still in the concussion protocol and RB Chris Ivory is dealing with a shoulder sprain. (Joe Buscaglia)
- According to McDermott, rookie QB Josh Allen will be day-to-day as far as being able to play Sunday against the Jets. (Mike Rodak)
- McDermott said that DE Trent Murphy and TE Charles Clay are both week to week with knee and hamstring injuries respectively. (Chris Brown)
Dolphins S Reshad Jones made the decision to take himself out of Sunday’s game after just 10 snaps.
Regarding the surprising move, Dolphins HC Adam Gase told reporters that he and Jones have spoken and are on the same page.
“[Jones] came up and talked to me last night,” Gase said, via the Miami Herald. “He came up to the office and we talked. We’re still kind of going through a couple of things. I need to talk to a couple of people. Me and him are on the same page right now. … I have an idea of a lot of the things that happened.”
- Gase also said he’ll make a decision regarding their starting quarterback on Wednesday, but Cameron Wolfe mentions that all indications are that Brock Osweiler will start again at Green Bay.
- As for QB Ryan Tannehill, Gase said: “We’re going to see if he will throw the next two days or wait through the bye. We’re trying to get to the point where he feels good throwing and we will go from there. It will be interesting to see what happens the next two days and when we make a decision, whatever it is, what the bye week does for us.” (Miami Herald)
- Ian Rapoport reports that Dolphins RT Ja’Wuan James is dealing with a strained patellar tendon. However, the good news for James is that this is believed to be a minor issue and he hasn’t been ruled out for Week 10.
Jets rookie QB Sam Darnold took responsibility for his poor play on Sunday, saying he played “stupid.”
“It’s just not playing to the best of my ability and quite frankly just playing stupid. I thought I played stupid football yesterday. I just have to be better. I know that. Coaches know it. Everyone knows it,” Darnold said, per Manish Mehta.