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Oct 20 2014 - A.J. Green (Bengals), Bengals coach Marvin Lewis sounded hopeful about wide receiver A.J. Green's chances of playing Sunday against Baltimore.
"I think A.J.'s made a lot of progress," Lewis said. "As we go through the week we'll see, as always, how things go."
Green has missed the past two games with a toe injury that also forced him to miss all but five snaps of the Sept. 14 home opener.
His absence was glaring Sunday in Indianapolis as the Bengals managed only 135 yards and one third-down conversion in a 27-0 shutout loss.
"I think he's made significant progress and feels good about everything that he's being told and what the prognosis is," Lewis said. "I guess that's probably the most important thing. It's been a consistent message he's gotten, and as we said earlier, the time will allow thing to progress."
Lewis also said he thinks linebacker Emmanuel Lamur and defensive tackle Brandon Thompson will return to practice this week. Lamur injured his shoulder against Carolina and missed the Indianapolis game. Thompson hasn't played since leaving the Atlanta game Sept. 14 with a knee injury.
Oct 20 2014 - Peyton Manning (Broncos), QB Peyton Manning, who fought back from a career-threatening neck injury four years ago, threw four touchdown passes to push his career total to an NFL-record 510, leading Denver to a 42-17 victory over the 49ers.
Manning was on the money with his passes from the outset as the Broncos built a 21-10 halftime lead behind his first three touchdown throws, including the record-setting 509th to wide receiver Demaryius Thomas with 3:09 left in the second quarter. Manning, lifted after three quarters in favor of backup Brock Osweiler with the Broncos leading 42-10, was just too much for a San Francisco defense that came in with an injury-depleted secondary. He finished with 318 passing yards, completing 22 of 26 throws.
Oct 15 2014 - Calvin Johnson (Lions), WR Calvin Johnson said he still feels pain from a high-ankle sprain he's been dealing with since Week 3, and if Johnson has his way, he won't return until he's 100 percent.
"There's no point in being on the field if I can't go out there and do what I've got to do and do it to a high level that I'm used to doing it at," he said Wednesday.
Johnson missed Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings, and his ankle could keep him out for the Week 7 matchup against the New Orleans Saints. He hasn't done any on-field work since aggravating the injury in Week 5 against the Bills - a game in which he sat the second half - and has been doing mostly ankle strengthening and balance exercises.
Despite dealing with knee and finger injuries in 2013 and the ankle now, the 29 year old said he's not yet worried about his long-term health. Instead, he's focused on improving the ankle now so he can stay on the field whenever he does return.
"It's the bigger picture," he said. "You want to be smart about it because if you go out there and you do this again, then you put yourself down for even longer. Like I said, it's just trying to be smart so we can manage the thing and finish the season strong."
There's a chance he'll sit the next two games, including Week 8 against the Atlanta Falcons in London, to give his ankle a full month to recover. Johnson last played Oct. 5 against the Buffalo Bills, and with a bye week after the Falcons game, the Lions don't play until a Nov. 9 matchup with the Miami Dolphins.
"The more and more we can stay off that particular area, the faster it'll heal," he said.
Oct 15 2014 - Jorvorskie Lane (Buccaneers), FB Jorvorskie Lane was suspended two games for a violation of the league's policy on performance-enhancing substances.
Oct 15 2014 - Danny Trevathan (Broncos), LB Danny Trevathan was placed on the recallable injured reserve list after cracking a bone just above his left knee. Trevathan is not eligible to return to the active roster until Week 15 against San Diego.
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