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Dec 16 2014 - Colt McCoy (Redskins), QB Colt McCoy was placed on injured reserve with a neck injury on Tuesday (Dec. 16), clearing the way for Robert Griffin III to start the final two games of the 2014 season.
McCoy was limited last week after straining his neck in a 24-0 loss to the St. Louis Rams on Dec. 7. McCoy was sacked six times in that game but relieved by Griffin in the fourth quarter.
McCoy was back in the starting lineup last Sunday, but left a 24-13 loss to the Giants in the first quarter after going 4 of 7 for 39 yards.
Dec 15 2014 - Jake Locker (Titans), QB Jake Locker's four-year run with the Tennessee Titans is likely over.
Locker was placed on injured reserve with a left shoulder injury suffered on Sunday against the Jets and is scheduled to have surgery on his shoulder on Tuesday.
When Locker was drafted with the eighth overall pick in 2011, the Titans viewed him as a franchise quarterback and a refreshing change from his predecessor, Vince Young, because Locker had the intangibles and the work ethic and the leadership qualities that proved to be Young's downfall both with the Titans and in the league. He was the hand-picked choice of then-coach Mike Munchak and soon-to-be general manager Ruston Webster, who had a heavy say in the 2011 draft as Mike Reinfeldt was promoted to team president later that offseason.
But for all his good qualities, Locker's own downfall was his inability to stay healthy. He came to the Titans with a bit of that reckless reputation that left him banged up and injured during his days at the University of Washington. As a rookie, Locker sat and learned from veteran Matt Hasselbeck and mostly stayed out of harm's way that year.
But when he was named the starter in 2012, that is when his troubles began. He suffered a shoulder injury in his first game as a starter, trying to make a tackle after an interception against the Patriots. Later that year, he failed to account for a blitzer against the Texans and worsened the injury, missed five games, and then returned later that season.
The 11 games played by Locker that season proved to be a career-high for his tenure in Tennessee.
In 2013, Locker was back as the starter, but then suffered a hip injury against the Jets that cost him two games. When he returned, he then suffered a Lisfranc injury to his foot and played in only seven games.
Locker's future was up in the air when the Titans made sweeping changes this year, hiring Ken Whisenhunt has head coach. And while the Titans declined Locker's 2015 option of more th
Dec 15 2014 - Danny Trevathan (Broncos), LB Danny Trevathan's season is over after a third injury to the area in and around his left knee: a dislocated kneecap. Trevathan was limited to three games this year because of various injuries.
Dec 15 2014 - Robert Griffin (Redskins), QB Robert Griffin III will start against the Eagles in Week 16 after Coly McCoy re-injured his neck Sunday.
Griffin completed 18 of 27 passes for 236 yards and a touchdown and ran five times for 46 yards in relief of McCoy on Sunday. Kirk Cousins, who replaced the injured Griffin during the first quarter of Week 2 and kept the job until being benched for McCoy at halftime of Week 7, returns to the backup role this week after being inactive the past six games.
"Robert's got every chance this week ... to take this position and run with it," said coach Jay Gruden, who was more positive on Monday about Griffin's performance against the Giants than he had been immediately after the game. "I was pleased with the way Robert competed and hopefully he can build on that going into next week.
"This is Robert's team right now. ... Hopefully there won't be much of a debate (about the starter going forward) if he does well. He's 24 years old and he's still learning. I don't think we can really judge his future right now based on what he's done. It's a continuing process."
Dec 15 2014 - C.J. Spiller (Bills), RB C.J. Spiller was cleared to return to action and coach Doug Marrone said Monday that he would be added to the 53-man active roster.
Spiller has been out since suffering a broken collarbone on Oct. 19, and he was placed on the injured reserve/designated to return list. He has been practicing the last two weeks, and is now medically cleared, though Marrone wasn't positive whether he would be active on game day in Oakland. The practice week will determine that.
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