The consequences of Joey Bosa’s holdout will now extend into the season’s third week.
The San Diego Chargers’ heralded rookie defensive lineman will not play in Sunday’s contest against the Jacksonville Jaguars jerseys as he continues to nurse a hamstring injury, the team announced. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport added that Bosa’s availability next week is “no sure thing” either.
After missing the season opener at Kansas City, Bosa has sat out a week of practices ahead of San Diego’s home opener. In fact, since returning from his contract standoff, Bosa hasn’t even practiced in full pads.
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The Chargers are sorely missing Bosa on the defensive line, which was worn down by the Chiefs in the second half last week. With a rising Jags offense coming into Qualcomm on Sunday and Andrew Luck’s Colts in the near future, San Diego will be in deep trouble in the competitive AFC West right out of the gate if its promising pass rusher can’t get up to speed.
The Miami Dolphins and cheap New Orleans Saints jerseys are headed to London in 2017.
The Dolphins will face the Saints next season in one of the matchups to be played in London, a league source told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. The Dolphins also announced the development.
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The site and date of the contest has yet to be determined. Miami will be the host team.
Miami is hosting the game as per the resolution approved by the clubs at the 2014 October meeting that stated that teams making a successful bid to host a Super Bowl would be required to host an international game within five years of the their successful bid.
The Dolphins have played three previous times in London: 2007 versus the New York Giants, 2014 versus the Oakland Raiders jerseys, and 2015 versus the New York Jets. Twice (2007, 2015) Miami was designated the home team. The Dolphins are 1-2 at Wembley Stadium.
The Saints last played in London in 2008, a win over the San Diego Chargers, in their only trip across the pond.
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Okung participated in practice on a limited basis Friday and Saturday and is officially listed as questionable. He’ll have to pass the final stages of concussion protocol to be cleared for game action.
The blindside blocker was taken to the hospital after last week’s loss to the San Diego Chargers after experiencing concussion symptoms.
Facing Texans pass rushers Jadeveon Clowney and Whitney Mercilus, having Okung on the field will be a boon for Trevor Siemian.
Wide receiver Cody Latimer (concussion) also participated in a limited capacity in practice Saturday and is listed as questionable. Like Okung, Latimer will need to pass protocol to be cleared.
DeMarcus Ware (forearm) was ruled out. The veteran will miss his fifth game.
Ware began working out this week but wasn’t cleared for practice. The Broncos hope Ware begins practicing next week.
Emmanuel Sanders (hip), Trevor Siemian (left shoulder) and T.J. Ward (ankle) all were full participants this week and will be good to go Monday night.
The Texans placed corner Kevin Johnson on injured reserve with a foot injury, the team announced. It’s a major blow to a defense that has given up 227.3 passing yards in Weeks 4-6. Safety Quintin Demps (calf), linebacker Brian Peters (quadriceps) and running back Jonathan Grimes (ankle) were also ruled out.
After not playing a snap last week, Houston rookie receiver Will Fuller (hamstring) was full-go on Saturday after being limited early in the week. That’s a positive progression for a Texans offense that needs its speedster versus the No Fly Zone.