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Bears QB Trubisky won't practice again

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LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky is day to day with a right shoulder injury as the team prepares for Thursday's game against the Detroit Lions.

Bears coach Matt Nagy said the injury would prevent Trubisky from practicing Tuesday, and the team does not have a practice on Wednesday. The injury is not considered serious, but it could keep him out of the Lions game.

The Bears did not announce the injury Monday until an injury report came out after a news conference.


Rams top Chiefs 54-51 in epic shootout

LOS ANGELES (AP) Even before the fourth lead change of the fourth quarter, well before the 1,001st yard of combined offense was tallied, the Kansas City Chiefs and the Los Angeles Rams already knew this was a classic.

Two powerhouse NFL teams at the peak of their brilliance dueled deep into the night at an ecstatic Coliseum, racking up eye-popping numbers that stretched the box score and credulity.


Titans QB Mariota suffered 'stinger'

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) The Tennessee Titans need the extra day off before their next game both to allow injuries to heal and figure out what went wrong in their worst loss this season.

Marcus Mariota is recovering from a stinger that knocked him out of the Titans' 38-10 loss to the Colts, not the elbow injury announced during the game. Coach Mike Vrabel said all tests were positive on defensive coordinator Dean Pees, who returned to Nashville on Monday. Pees spent a night in an Indianapolis hospital after an issue forced him from the coaches' box early in the game.


Dolphins QB Tannehill making progress

DAVIE, Fla. (AP) Ryan Tannehill is throwing the ball 50 yards in side sessions, and the Miami Dolphins would love to see those passes in a game.

Maybe this week.


Jets QB Darnold sits out practice

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) Sam Darnold is out of his walking boot and has started jogging. Next step for the New York Jets quarterback: getting back on the field.

Darnold sat out the team's first practice after its bye-week break while he continues to recover from a foot strain.


Lions concerned with RB Johnson's knee

ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) Kerryon Johnson has been a bright spot for Detroit in a season with plenty of struggles.

Now the Lions are finally coming off a win - but Johnson exited that victory with a left knee injury.


Bills QB Allen set to return vs. Jaguars

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) Coming off their best offensive performance of the season - and an extra week of rest - the Buffalo Bills have their starting quarterback back.

Josh Allen will make his return against the Jacksonville Jaguars, coach Sean McDermott said on Monday.


Gruden downplays exchange with Carr

ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) Derek Carr missed Jalen Richard on a third-down pass in the second quarter and immediately heard all about it from coach Jon Gruden as he walked to the Oakland Raiders sideline.

Carr was caught on television yelling right back at his coach in an exchange that repeated itself again in the fourth quarter and prompted many outsiders to point to it as a symbol of how bad things have gotten in this lost season for the Raiders.


Redskins add QB Sanchez to back up McCoy

ASHBURN, Va. (AP) Colt McCoy knew exactly what his teammates needed to hear.

In the aftermath of a gut-wrenching two-point loss and the sickening season-ending injury to Alex Smith, McCoy stood up in the Washington Redskins locker room and addressed the group.


Brother of Cowboys WR Gallup kills self

FRISCO, Texas (AP) Dallas Cowboys rookie receiver Michael Gallup is away from the team after being told following a victory in Atlanta that his brother had died by suicide.

Coach Jason Garrett said on his radio show Monday that Gallup received the news after the Cowboys' 22-19 victory over the Falcons. Gallup didn't return to Dallas with the team, instead staying in Georgia with his family. His status for Thursday's game against Washington is unknown.

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