Murray expects to play Sunday against the Colts, Jay Glazer of FOX Sports reports. However, Glazer speculates that Murray's role will be somewhat limited, as his hand may not allow him to handle his normal pass-catching and blocking duties.
Hillman (foot) said Saturday that he has still not been told whether or not he will play Monday against the Bengals, the Denver Post reports. "I'm better than I was," Hillman said. "Getting better. Progressing. I'm just waiting for them to say, 'You're up this week.' Whenever that happens, it happens. Playoffs, next week, I don't know."
Scott will take two months off after this week's Australian PGA Championship and return to the PGA Tour in February, PGATour.com reports. He and his wife, Marie Kojzar, are expecting their first child early next year.
Roush Fenway Racing has announced that Wallace will drive the No. 6 Ford Mustang for the team in the NASCAR XFINITY Series next season. The signing pairs NASCAR's winningest NXS team with a young driver widely regarded as one of the most talented up-and-coming competitors in NASCAR, roushfenway.com reports.
Manager Brendan Rodgers confirmed after Sunday's match against Arsenal that Sturridge (groin) is expected to return sometime in January. "That will probably be just after the Christmas period. The first phase of his rehab was out in LA where we did some specific work with him there," Rodgers said. "He's gone to Boston to pick up the next stage, then he'll move on again to a specialist facility out there and hopefully in the early part of the New Year he'll be back and be somewhere close to being fit and playing. At some stage in January, we'll look to get Dan back. That will be really exciting for this team."