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OT Joe Thomas has his contract altered this week, as the Browns made the 10-time Pro Bowl tackle the highest-paid offensive lineman in the NFL for 2018, ESPN's Field Yates reported on Saturday. Thomas' deal includes an additional $3 million over 2017 and 2018,...
Washington Redskins WR Jamison Crowder has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks, the team announced on Saturday. Crowder, who is nursing a hamstring injury, did not travel with the team to the Pacific Northwest. "It's kind of tricky," Crowder...
WR Chad Hansen played a season-high 32 snaps filling in for Jeremy Kerley as the team's No. 3 receiver, which was far more than the 18 fellow rookie ArDarius Stewart played. Still, head coach Todd Bowles said Hansen "has not passed ArDarius on the depth chart." Neither player was targeted by quarterback Josh McCown.
RB Ezekiel Elliott of the Cowboys is granted a stay and will be eligible to play in Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
QB Dak Prescott hopes Tony Romo is critical of him but doesn't predict Cowboys plays. A year ago, Prescot's excellent play kept Romo from regaining his starting job and it ultimately led to his retirement. On Sunday, the Cowboys' all-time leading passer who has made a smooth transition to the broadcast booth because of his humor, no holds barred criticism and knowledge of the game will get a chance to pick apart the current quarterback's game when he calls Sunday's matchup against the Chiefs for CBS. Romo was honest with Prescott last year, giving his opinions about what he thought. He knows he will be critical on Sunday.
DE Takkarist McKinley (shoulder) was limited in practice.
QB Carson Palmer might be on injured reserve after undergoing surgery a week ago to repair a broken bone in his left arm, but he was on the practice field Wednesday mimicking plays as if he were participating in a walk-through. "He was out there and I had to stop him from throwing to the receiver because it was illegal," head coach Bruce Arians said. "He was right there behind center, taking every rep, doing his footwork, and talking to the guys. It was like having another coach."
CB Buster Skrine, who suffered a concussion two weeks ago against the Dolphins, was limited at practice for the second straight day. He is still in concussion protocol, according to head coach Todd Bowles.
C Mitch Morse returned to the team's offensive line after missing five games with a sprained foot. His return allowed backup Zach Fulton to slide to right guard, where Laurent Duvernay Tardiff missed his fourth game with a sprained knee. He appears on target to return as soon as this week against Dallas.