- Bengals OL Cordy Glenn returned to action on Sunday for the first time this season. He was asked if he’ll finish his contract with the Bengals, which expires after the 2020 season: “I see a lot of different scenarios. I’m trying to play as hard as I can these last couple of games. Whatever happens, happens. I can’t control that.” (Ben Baby)
- According to NFL Media’s Mike Garafolo, the Browns will work out some veteran defensive ends this week to add someone to the roster in the wake of DE Myles Garrett‘s suspension for the rest of the year.
- The NFL is reportedly hoping that Garrett will be instated in time for the start of the 2020 season. (NFLTR)
Steelers QB Mason Rudolph was asked about the allegations from Myles Garrett that he called him a racial slur.
“I couldn’t believe it and I couldn’t believe that he would go that route after the fact. It is what it is I think I’ve moved on. One day it was tough, but moved on. We’re good to go now,” Rudolph said, via NFL.com.
When asked if he could have said anything that Garrett interpreted as a racial slur, Rudolph said: “Absolutely not. There was nothing. Not even close.”
- Regarding the decision to bench Rudolph in favor of Devlin Hodges, Tomlin said: “Just felt like our offense needed a spark. Mason wasn’t doing enough; Duck came in and provided us with a spark, made a couple plays. We’ll see what next week holds, next week. But I like the contributions of Duck; I like his readiness; I appreciate the efforts of Mason and also appreciate the support of Mason after we made the change.”
- As for when he’ll make a decision regarding the team’s starting quarterback for Week 13, Tomlin said: “I may have already made it as I stand up here right now. I’m just not going to share it with you guys.” (Brooke Pryor)