Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes will be back from a two-game absence to start Sunday against the Tennessee Titans, coach Andy Reid said Friday.
Reid told reporters that Mahomes would play "unless something happens" before the game against the Titans in Nashville, Tennessee.
The Chiefs shared two games with Matt Moore, who took the place of the NFL MVP, who suffered a dislocated kneecap in Kansas City's 30-6 win in Denver on Oct. 17.
Mahomes, 24, has completed 65.1 percent of his passes for 2,180 yards, 15 touchdowns and one interception this season.
– Quarterback Matt Ryan of Atlanta Falcons will return from an absence of a match to start Sunday against the Saints of New Orleans, announced coach Dan Quinn.
Ryan, 34, suffered a sprained ankle in the Falcons' 37-10 loss to the Los Angeles Rams on Oct. 20. He missed the 27-20 loss to the Seattle Seahawks the following week, marking his first missed start since December. 20 2009.
Offensive midfielder Atlanta Ito Smith (neck), defensive John Cominsky (ankle) and offensive lineman Wes Schweitzer (concussion) were excluded.
–Court quarterback Jacoby Brissett (knee) will be decisive for Sunday's game against the Miami Dolphins, coach Frank Reich announced.
The Colts want him to see what Brissett's left knee feels during warm-ups before determining his status of action for the Dolphins match. An MRI scan on Monday revealed sprained MCL but no significant structural damage.
– Dallas Cowboys receiver receiver Amari Cooper is officially considered dubious for Sunday night's game against the Minnesota Vikings.
Cooper, who suffered a left knee injury during the Cowboys' 37-18 win against the New York Giants on Monday night, underwent an MRI scan this week and the results showed no structural damage. He was a limited participant on Friday after not practicing on Thursday.
Offensive tackle Cameron Fleming (calf) was out for Sunday.
– Adam Thielen, far receiver of the Vikings, and Linval Joseph, the tackle before, are excluded for Sunday.
Thielen missed his third consecutive training because of a thigh injury and is considered "week by week," according to coach Mike Zimmer. Joseph, who has a knee pain, was demoted from a full participant on Wednesday to a non-participant the next day.
Security Andrew Sendejo (groin) will not play against Dallas either.
Pittsburgh Steelers midfielder James Conner will miss his second consecutive game when he faces the Rams on Sunday.
Conner suffers from a sprain in the sector's articulation caused by a win at Pittsburgh (27-14) on the Dolphins on October 28th.
Wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster (foot) was listed as a limited participant on Friday. It is questionable to face the Rams.
The New York Giants ruled out tight half Evan Engram and wide receiver Sterling Shepard for Sunday's game against the New York Jets.
Engram heals a sprain in his left foot and misses his second game of the season. Shepard has been absent since Oct. 6 because of a concussion suffered during the 28-10 loss to New York against the Vikings.
Center Jon Halapio (hamstring) was also sidelined for Sunday as striker forward Mike Remmers (back) is uncertain.
Quarterback Lamar Jackson of the Baltimore Ravens resumed training, one day after being absent from the session due to illness.
According to many media, Jackson did not seem to have less wear and tear problems. He was throwing passes and moving smoothly at the start of the media training session.
– Cleveland Browns defensive end Olivier Vernon is out for Sunday's game against the Buffalo Bills.
The team said Vernon missed training for the third day in a row with a knee injury. Eric Murray will miss his second consecutive game after undergoing a knee surgery.
Quarterback Luke Falk has filed a lawsuit against the Jets with the NFL Players Association, the New York Daily News reported.
Falk is the second player to file a grievance against the Jets over the past three weeks, joining Kelechi Osemele. The former offensive lineman was released on October 26 after undergoing an unauthorized shoulder operation by the team.
Twenty-four-year-old Falk has started two bouts of relief for quarterbacks Sam Darnold and Trevor Siemian. In his last game, Falk was fired nine times and intercepted twice in a 31-6 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Oct. 6.
– The Washington Redskins will not pay $ 5.1 million of his base salary to Trent Williams, ESPN reported.
The team scored Williams on the injured reserve and non-football list on Thursday, which gave Washington the option of deciding whether or not to pay the Pro Bowl selection seven times.
Williams may file a grievance to challenge the decision.
Raven's linebacker, L.J. Fort, accepted the terms of a contract that spans the entire 2021 season.
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