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Feels ready to return
Could return to action Thursday
Hilton was listed as a full participant in Wednesday's estimated practice report as he recovers from a calf injury.
No timetable for return
Looking iffy for Week 12
Plans on returning in 2019
Stafford intends to play again this season as soon as his back injury allows him to, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official website reports. "Whenever we all deem it's the right time for me to get back out there, I'll be out there," Stafford said Wednesday.
Ahead of schedule in recovery
May not miss any games
Keeping top job despite struggles
Trubisky (hip) will keep the starting quarterback job in 2019 as long as he's healthy enough to play, Jeff Dickerson of ESPN.com reports. "We want him [Trubisky] out there to be our starter and to be playing," coach Matt Nagy said on Wednesday. "So how do we get him to that point? We're going to do everything we can so he is the starter."
Could be in line for heavy work
Williams appears to be the first option to replace Marlon Mack (hand), who's ruled out for Week 12 against the Texans.
Opportunity could be knocking
Griffin could replace Jameis Winston as the Buccaneers' starting quarterback if the team gets officially eliminated from playoff contention.
Could be on borrowed time
Winston, who is heading into unrestricted free agency this offseason, could be benched if the Buccaneers are officially eliminated from playoff contention.
Brown, who reportedly met with NFL officials last week for eight hours regarding the various personal misconduct allegations made against him, posted an apology to Patriots owner Robert Kraft on social media Tuesday, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Not ruling out return in 2020
Gronkowski confirmed Tuesday that he has no plans to play in what's left of the 2019 season, but that he hasn't ruled out a return in 2020 or beyond, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. "I wouldn't say 'never coming back,'" Gronkowski told ESPN on Tuesday. "I'm 30 years old. I'm young. I still stay fit, still watch the game whenever I can, still enjoy it. I'm feeling good, but you know, one year off could possibly be the case. Or maybe two years off, man."
Could have been a receiver?
Former Ravens offensive coordinator Marty Mohrinweg denies a recent report that he'd wanted to move Jackson to receiver after the MVP candidate was drafted last season, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. "My thoughts before the draft, and even more when we started working with Lamar, was that this young man was going to be a special quarterback," Mornhinweg said. "Very early we saw that along with all of his throwing and escape abilities, he reads the field as well as any young quarterback I ever worked with."
Profile in offense rising
Frustrated with offense despite win
Brady concedes he's frustrated with the team's recent inability to score points, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. "It's just frustration with the offense; we're trying to grind them out," says Brady. "I'm happy we won on the road, but at the same time, I just wish we'd score more points."
Irked by lack of targets
Boyd expressed frustration with only logging three targets during Sunday's 17-10 loss to the Raiders, Ben Baby of ESPN.com reports. "I feel like I'm the go-to guy with A.J. [Green] down," Boyd said. "I felt like [my] targets were not where they should have been. I feel that I'm a game-changer and I could have utilized my talents in any way to move the chains, and nothing was coming my way."
Catches eye of owner
Seems to have owner's support
One and done in New York?
Battling ankle injury
Contract extension a priority
Has six-week injury
Length of absence "up in air"
Could be a trade candidate