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5 loss to the Chiefs -- defensive end J.J. Watt and outside linebacker Whitney Mercilus -- but are getting closer to getting some help in the secondary. Starting cornerback Kevin Johnson (sprained MCL) is "getting close" to returning, coach J.R. Richard Youth jersey Bill O'Brien said Wednesday, but will not return for Sunday's game against the Browns. There's a good chance Johnson will be ready after next week's bye.The Colts were without tight end Jack Doyle in their Week 5 win over San Francisco due to a concussion. Doyle's replacements, Brandon Williams and Darrell Daniels, accounted for just four catches for 30 yards against the 49ers. Doyle, despite missing the game, is second on the team in receptions this season. The Colts won't release their first injury report of the week until Thursday because they play Monday at Tennessee. -- Mike Wells Center Brandon Linder is still battling an illness and http://www.officialnewyorkrangers.com/Adidas-Brandon-Pirri-Jersey did not practice Wednesday. He missed last Sunday's game against Pittsburgh and his availability against the Rams is in doubt, too. Tyler Shatley more than capably filled in for Linder against the Steelers -- the Jaguars ran for 231 yards, including 181 by Leonard Fournette -- but he'd face a much tougher task against Los Angeles' All-Pro defensive tackle Aaron Donald. The Jaguars will be using a lot more double teams against Donald if Linder cannot play. -- Mike DiRocco The Titans are optimistic that Marcus Mariota will be able to progress enough to play Monday against the Colts. He missed last week with a hamstring injury, but he was able to do the most he has in two weeks during Wednesday's practice. Pocket mobility and getting the right depths in his drops http://www.officialramsnflproshop.com/YOUTH+COOPER+KUPP+JERSEYare the last hurdles for Mariota to clear. Tennessee should have left tackle Taylor Lewan, who Benardrick McKinney Jerseyleft last week's game with a knee injury. Receiver Corey Davis and safety Johnathan Cyprien are out with hamstring injuries. -- Cameron Wolfe The Broncos are, for the most part, as healthy as they've been since the end of the preseason thanks to their Week 5 bye. Wide receiver Cody Latimer (knee), a special teams regular as well as a spot player in the offense, didn't practice Wednesday and is not expected to play Sunday against the Giants unless his knee improves significantly in the coming days. Latimer has been the team's kickoff returner as well and rookie wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie handled those duties when Latimer didn't play in Week 4 against the Raiders. -- Jeff Legwold It's not a good sign that tight end Travis Kelce didn't work on Wednesday as the Chiefs began their practice week. Kelce is in the concussion protocol. The Chiefs would not only miss his production if he can't play against the Steelers, but they wouldn't be able to use the multiple-tight end formations they like as often. Kansas City has been productive when at least one other tight end is on the field besides Kelce, particularly when they run the ball. -- Adam Teicherhttp://www.creatorfocus.com/event/3594http://superstardhriti.com/oxwall/blogs/post/50837http://www.apigeophysical.com/oxwall/forum/topic/91056http://evojet.ro/oxwall/event/923
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