Here are the injuries and news we’re monitoring around the league on this Week 13 Sunday:
The NFL is suspending Jets wide receiver coach Miles Austin for violating the league’s gambling policy, NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero reported.
The NFL and NFL Players Association concluded its investigation surrounding Patriots receiver DeVante Parker’s concussion during the club’s Week 14 victory over the Cardinals, finding no violations of concussion protocol, the two parties said in a statement Friday.
Rams coach Sean McVay announced on Friday that DT Aaron Donald (ankle) won’t play Sunday versus the Broncos and will “probably” sit the rest of the season.
Browns RT Jack Conklin has reached an agreement on a four-year contract extension worth $60 million with $31 million guaranteed, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
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Elgton Jenkins and the Packers agreed to terms Friday on a four-year, $68 million contract extension. The offensive lineman’s deal is worth up to $74 million and makes Jenkins the second highest-paid guard in the NFL.
The Dolphins made a deadline trade to acquire Bradley Chubb believing the edge rusher could push the defense to new heights for a playoff push. The 26-year-old, who inked a big new contract with Miami after the trade, knows he can do more.
The Ravens claimed Sammy Watkins on Tuesday after his release from the Packers, and coach John Harbaugh expects the veteran to suit up Saturday against Atlanta.
Following the Jets’ Week 14 loss to the Bills, coach Robert Saleh said his club would “see these guys again.” However, after Gang Green lost its fourth consecutive game Thursday night, falling 19-3 to Jacksonville at home, Saleh’s tune changed.
Evan Engram spent his first five seasons playing home games at MetLife Stadium as a member of the Giants. However, the tight end never had a game like Thursday night in East Rutherford.
The Bengals clinched a playoff berth on Thursday night thanks to the Jacksonville Jaguars’ defeat of the New York Jets.
Trevor Lawrence and Co. found success on both sides of the field, as the Jacksonville Jaguars defeated the New York Jets on Thursday Night Football.
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