Confirming an earlier report, Osweiler will be benched for Sunday's game against the Raiders with the Broncos set to officially name Paxton Lynch as their new starting quarterback Wednesday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Denver Post reports.
The Broncos plan to make Lynch their starting quarterback for Sunday's game against the Raiders, a source informed Dan Graziano of ESPN.com, but the team has yet to formally announce a decision and likely won't until Wednesday.
LaVine (knee), who took part in his first full-contact practice Monday following February surgery to repair his ACL, suggested that he's hopeful to make his Bulls and season debut in mid-to-late December, Sam Smith of the Bulls' official site reports. "It should be [mid or late December]," LaVine said when asked about the return timeline Monday. "That's what I'm going for. As long as I'm progressing and I'm doing what I need to on the court, this thing could go fast and I could be out there playing with the guys. My jumping and my athleticism are good. All my strength numbers are there. [I've] been out of basketball -- contact wise -- for nine months, and that's not going to come back in two or three practices. I have to get my timing down. I've been doing everything from dunking to running. Only thing I hadn't been cleared for was contact. I've been pushing it as much as I can."
Fleetwood closed with a two-over 74 on Sunday at the DP World Tour Championship to finish 11-under and tied for 21st. The result was good enough for Fleetwood to remain in the No. 1 spot on the Euro Tour's Race to Dubai standings as the season came to a close.