- The Cincinnati Bengals are bringing in OT O’Shea Dugas for a visit, according to Aaron Wilson.
- Bengals placed DT Margus Hunt on the COVID-19 list. (NFLTR)
- According to NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport, Browns RB Nick Chubb (MCL) is expected back at practice this week and the hope is he’ll be able to play in Week 10.
- Stefanski said Chubb looked good at Monday’s practice: “He was fresh legs out there. He looks like Nick looked. Ready to roll out there in practice. Chomping at the bit.” (Scott Petrak)
- In addition to Chubb, the Browns got back DE Myles Garrett, G Wyatt Teller, WR Jarvis Landry, third-round LB Jacob Phillips and FB Andy Janovich at practice. (Nate Ulrich)
- According to NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport, Ravens DL Calais Campbell suffered a calf strain that, while believed to be minor, will be enough to likely keep him out multiple games.
- Asked about Ravens WR Dez Bryant playing just two snaps in his debut, HC John Harbaugh responded: “We’ll just see how it plays out. It’s not something we need to advertise.” (Jeff Zrebiec)
- Ravens CB Khalil Dorsey dislocated his shoulder and will be out multiple weeks. (Zrebiec)
Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger gave fans a scare when he went down with an apparent knee injury and had to head into the locker room early before half time. However, Roethlisberger was able to return and lead Pittsburgh to a comeback victory over the struggling Cowboys, keeping the Steelers’ eight-game winning streak and Super Bowl hopes alive.
“Someone hit me right on the side of the knee,” Roethlisberger said via ESPN’s Brooke Pryor. “Felt like it kind of bent my knee a little bit. Part of the game of football. Guys get hit all the time. Have some discomfort and so we thought, end of the half, we’ll head in and get it looked at. Doc just wanted me to keep him updated the second half, so I was just keeping it loose and keeping it warm.”
- Ian Rapoport reports that Roethlisberger sustained injuries to both knees on Sunday, but after tests today, there is cautious optimism that he’ll be healthy enough to play against the Bengals.
- Rapoport explains that while both of his knees got trapped, Roethlisberger’s feet not being stuck in the turf saved him from a major injury.