Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday that Smith-Schuster has a "small" hamstring injury that will limit the wideout's involvement in practice early in the week, Aditi Kinkhabwala of NFL Network reports.
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.