Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch kept busy during his one-game suspension by spending some time practicing this week with the football team at his alma mater, Oakland Technical High School.
Now, the Browns will have to depend on Drango from here on. Just when you thought this season could not get any worse for the Browns, it did on one single play.
Smith-Schuster, 20, remains in concussion protocol after reporting concussion-like symptoms following Sunday’s win over the rival Bengals. The USC product posted his third touchdown of the season in the Week 7 matchup before delivering one of the funniest touchdown celebrations this season with running back Le’Veon Bell.
Meanwhile, disgruntled wide receiver Martavis Bryant said in an Instagram comment Sunday that Smith-Schuster is “nowhere near better” than him. Despite his unhappiness and trade talk, coach Mike Tomlin is adamant the team has “bigger fish to fry” with a big game Sunday night on the road against the rested Lions looming.
Andy Reid was asked after Ware’s injury if it made it more likely that Spiller would lock up a roster spot.
“Right now, yeah, I would tell you today,” Reid said, via Joel Thorman of Arrowhead Pride.
We don’t know why the Chiefs cut Spiller in the first place, but it made sense to re-sign him. Then he was gone, then back in Kansas City, and now he’s out again — for now, anyway.
Dallas owner Jerry Jones said Tuesday on his weekly radio show on Dallas/Fort-Worth’s The Fan that Gregory’s chances of returning will get “better and better” as time passes.
“I wouldn’t get into what we’re going to do there, and what he’s going to do there,” Jones said. “But I do know that as we move forward with the league relative to how we handle a situation like Randy Gregory, his opportunity to play will get better and better.”