the last of this years three NFL contests in London.

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Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is facing a race to be fit for Thursdays Thanksgiving encounter with the Pittsburgh Steelers after he entered concussion protocol. During the fourth quarter, Luck was tackled by Austin Johnson and Derrick Morgan. His arms pinned to his sides, Luck fell to the ground as the back of his helmet hit the turf.Luck also took some other big hits during the final period, but the Colts couldnt confirm which tackle had caused the concussion. NFL Week 11: Pick Six Neil Reynolds reviews the weeks action - with the Cowboys, Jared Goff are on the agenda. Safety Clayton Geathers was also taken out of the game with a concussion and will face the same battle to be ready for week 12 as Luck. After we were all done with the locker room, both guys didnt feel right and went in the training room, and both were evaluated for concussions. Both are in the protocol, said Colts head coach Chuck Pagano.Following entry into concussion protocol each player must slowly return to training with bike work, strength training and non-contact practice, before full training and an independent neurological assessment. Luck was hit eight times and sacked twice, with the concussion occurring in the fourth quarter Chasing down the Houston Texans for a play-off spot, the Colts 24-17 victory over AFC South rival Tennessee Titans was important, and moves the franchise to 5-5, just one game back from the division lead.However, given the short turnaround time between Sundays win and Indianapolis Thanksgiving day game against the Steelers, it is highly unlikely Luck will be cleared to play, and Pagano is planning to start back up Scott Tolzein.He has a limited amount of exposure, but he is a pro, Pagano said. If he has to roll and be the guy, then he will do a great job. He prepares really well every single day.Tolzein has just two starts in the NFL, both coming in 2013 as a replacement for Green Bay Packers starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers. He signed for the Colts in March, following the retirement of Matt Hasselbeck.Sky Sports is your home of NFL with all the Thanksgiving day action. Join us for 24 hours of NFL on Sky Sports 1, as well as Minnesota Vikings @ Detroit Lions live on Pick TV from 5:30pm. Also See: ICYMI: Week 11 Raiders beat Texans in Mexico Bengals duo injured Thanksgiving on Pick Cheap Arizona Cardinals Jerseys China . In what the team had called a retirement, Ryan said Thursday that he is resigning as chief executive of the Rangers in a move effective at the end of this month. Cheap Cardinals Jerseys Authentic .ca looks back at the stories and moments that made the year memorable. http://www.cheaparizonacardinalsjerseysauthentic.com/ . -- Yogi Ferrell orchestrates pretty much everything in Indianas offence. 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Rookie Austin Hooper has taken over at tight end for the Falcons.- Charles Odum reporting from Atlanta.---5:30 p.m.Broncos defensive coordinator Wade Phillips was carted off the field on a backboard after being upended by a San Diego player who was blocked into the Denver sideline.Chargers running back Melvin Gordon was blocked into the sideline while trying to catch Bradley Roby during an interception return. Gordon upended Phillips, and the back of the 69-year-old coachs head slammed against the ground.Players surrounded Phillips, and after about five minutes, he was secured to a backboard, then carted off the field. He pointed his index finger in the air as he was being driven to the locker room.In last seasons playoffs, Steelers receiver Martavis Bryant upended the defensive coordinator, but Phillips popped back up quickly and kept coaching.---4:45 p.m.Denver has dodged trouble at running back with the return of rookie Devontae Booker.Booker left the game against San Diego because of a shoulder injury and was announced by the Broncos as questionable to come back, but the fourth-round draft pick from Utah has resumed his place in the backfield.The Broncos are already thin at the position after C.J. Anderson underwent surgery earlier in the week to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee.- Pat Graham reporting from Denver---4:25 p.m.Denver rookie running back Devontae Booker is questionable to return after suffering a shoulder injury early in the first quarter against San Diego.The Broncos are already thin at the position after C.J. Anderson underwent surgery Thursday to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee.Should Booker not be able to return, Kapri Bibbs figures to get a majority of the carries. The team promoted running back Juwan Thompson from their practice squad on Saturday.- Pat Graham reporting from Denver---4:20 p.m.Carolinas four-game losing streak is over.The Panthers have held on for a 30-20 victory over Arizona, giving them a 2-5 record to take into their bye week. The Cardinals fell to 3-3-1, failing to avenge the loss at Carolina in last seasons NFC championship game.Revenge hasnt happened often in the league lately. Since 2009, teams that lost the conference championship game the year before have gone only 5-10 against the same opponent the following season.New England has the next opportunity, with a Dec. 18 game at Denver. The Broncos beat the Patriots in the AFC title game last season.---3:50 p.m.The Green Bay Packers are without six starters, including linebacker Clay Matthews and wide receiver Randall Cobb with hamstring injuries for both stars.Julius Peppers will start for Matthews and Davante Adams will start for Cobb at Atlanta.Aaron Rodgers and the offense will be further limited without tight end Jared Cook (ankle) and wide receiver/running back Ty Montgomery (illness). Montgomery had been seeing extensive time at running back, as the Packers continue to adjust to the loss of Eddie Lacy to injured reserve with an ankle injury. James Starks, Lacys backup, is also out with a knee injury.Green Bays imposing list of absences also includes cornerbacks Quinten Rollins and Damarious Randall. The fill-in starters are Demetri Goodson and LaDarius Gunter.- Charles Odum reporting from Atlanta---3:15 p.m.Kansas City quarterback Alex Smith has left the game again. This time hes out for good because of a concussion, after Indianapolis safety Clayton Geathers pushed Smiths head into the turf on another slide.On the first series, Smith took a shot to the head from Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson that forced him out of the game. But that time he cleared the concussion protocol and returned soon after with a cut on his ear.Its been a busy day for the docs in Indy.Colts cornerback Vontae Davis entered the concussion protocol, as did Chiefs running back Spencer Ware. Both of them were ruled out for the rest of the game along with Chiefs left guard Parker Ehinger, who appeared to injure his lower right leg.-Michael Marot reporting from Indianapolis.---2:45 p.m.One Pro Bowl defender is back for the Broncos, and another one is out.Cornerback Aqib Talib is inactive for Denvers game against San Diego. He missed practice most of the week with a bad lower back.The Broncos activated pass rusher DeMarcus Ware, who has been out since breaking his right forearm on Sept. 18. Ware returned to practice this week.Also out for Denver is starting middle linebacker Brandon Marshall with a pulled left hamstring.- Arnie Stapleton reporting from Denver.---2:30 p.m.Rob Gronkowski has broken the New England Patriots franchise record for career touchdowns.He hauled in a 53-yard catch from Tom Brady for a score in the second quarter against the Buffalo Bills.The touchdown was the 69th of Gronkowskis career, and 68th receiving -- one more in both categories than Stanley Morgan. Whats more, Gronk did it in his hometown of Buffalo.Facing second-and-7, Gronkowski ran up the right sideline and then cut into the middle, where Brady hit him in stride and a step ahead of cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman. The touchdown put New England up 21-10 with 4:18 left in the second quarter.Gronkowski has 11 touchdowns in 11 career games against Buffalo.- John Wawrow reporting from Orchard Park, New York.---2:05 p.m.Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith has returned to the game at Indianapolis, having cleared the concussion protocol.Smith took a shot to the head during the first series from Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson, but he was back in the second quarter. Nick Foles threw a touchdown pass in Smiths absence.- Michael Marot reporting from Indianapolis.---1:55 p.m.Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith has cleared the concussion protocol and returned to the sideline with a cut on his ear.His return is questionable. The announcement came right after Nick Foles threw a 14-yard TD pass to give Kansas City a 10-0 lead at Indianapolis.Smith took a shot to head during the first series from Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson and left the game.- Michael Marot reporting from Indianapolis.---1:40 p.m.Another week, another tie.Washington and Cincinnati have finished the first overtime game in London at 27-all, an anticlimactic finish to a wild one at Wembley Stadium that gave the NFL a tie in consecutive weeks.Unlike the 6-6 grinder between Seattle and Arizona last Sunday, the Redskins and Bengals put together quite a highlight reel with Kirk Cousins passing for 458 yards for Washington and Tyler Eifert catching nine passes for 102 yards and a touchdown for Cincinnati.Just as with the Seahawks and Cardinals, though, missed kicks played a major part in the outcome. Dustin Hopkins missed two field goals for the Redskins, and Mike Nugent failed to convert one field goal and one extra point for the Bengals. Hopkins missed one of his in overtime, a 34-yarder that went wide left.Draws are rather routine in soccer, the sport thats most often played in London, but the NFL hadnt had two ties in one season since 1997.---1:19 p.m.In the hard-to-believe stat of the day, Panthers 12th-year linebacker Thomas Davis scored the first touchdown of his career when he picked up a Carson Palmer fumble and raced 46 yards for a score to give Carolina a 7-0 lead.Davis, the longest tenured player on the teams roster, is known for his big plays on defense, but has never managed to make it into the end zone.But his big break came when defensive tackle Star Lotulelei corralled Palmer in the backfield. It appeared Palmer triedd to push the ball forward to avoid the sack, but it came free.ddddddddddddDavis grabbed the ball, stiff-armed a player on the way to the end zone.- Steve Reed reporting from Charlotte, North Carolina.---1:09 p.m.Kansas City quarterback Alex Smith left the game in Indianapolis during the first series after taking a shot to head from Colts linebacker Edwin Jackson.When Smith started to slide, Jackson was running full speed and collided with Smiths helmet. No penalty was called and Nick Foles entered the game after Smith looked woozy.He was taken to the locker room.- Michael Marot reporting from Indianapolis.---12:50 p.m.Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski have a chance to match or set some records for New England against the AFC East rival Buffalo Bills.Brady has a 25-3 career record against the Bills. The 25 wins are the second-most by a quarterback against one opponent in league history, behind only Brett Favre, who beat Detroit 26 times with Green Bay and Minnesota.Brady also has 197 career victories (including 22 in the playoffs) to rank third on the NFLs career list, two behind Favre and three back of Peyton Manning.Gronkowski, the Patriots tight end, faces his hometown team needing one touchdown to surpass Stanley Morgan in the New England record books. Gronkowski is tied with Morgan for most touchdowns (67 receiving, one rushing) and most TD receptions.In 10 games against the Bills, Gronkowski has 47 catches for 704 yards and 10 scores.- John Wawrow reporting from Orchard Park, New York.---12:40 p.m.A long-awaited day for the New Orleans Saints struggling defense has arrived. Linebacker Dannell Ellerbe, is active against the Seattle Seahawks.Ellerbes health has been a sore subject in more ways than one since he arrived in New Orleans last season. Hes been with the club for 22 regular-season games, playing in just six last year and none so far this season.Ellerbe, who was part of Baltimores 2012 Super Bowl championship team before spending a pair of seasons with Miami, has been a top playmaker for the Saints since joining the club, when hes been able to play that is. Last season, he was in on 39 tackles with a forced fumble, a fumble recovery and a quarterback hurry.His lack of availability on game days has made him a magnet for criticism on talk radio, mainly by frustrated fans whove questioned his toughness and drive. The Saints, ranked 29th in the 32-team NFL in total defense, could certainly use him.- Brett Martel reporting from New Orleans---11:55 a.m.Washington Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson is being evaluated for a concussion after being hit by the Cincinnati Bengals George Iloka upon completing a 38-yard reception in the third quarter.Jackson caught the pass between Iloka and Dre Kirkpatrick down the right sideline before taking a helmet-to-helmet hit from Iloka.He was alert and speaking to members of the teams medical staff before being taken across the field to his sideline.Jackson had earlier left the game after taking a helmet to the lower back following a reception, but missed just two plays before returning.He entered the game second on the team in receiving yards and has one touchdown reception this season.---10:45 a.m.Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict returned to the game against the Washington Redskins at Wembley Stadium after injuring his right knee in the second quarter.Burfict was making a tackle on Redskins running back Chris Thompson, who gained four yards on second-and-8 with 10:35 remaining before halftime. He was tended to by athletic trainers on the field before being helped off.He went to the locker room briefly, but quickly returned.The linebacker, suspended the first three games for repeated violations of the player safety protocol, entered Sunday tied for third on the team with 29 tackles. He had also sustained an ankle injury in practice last week.---10 a.m.Both the Bengals and Redskins seem to have forgotten to pack their defenses for London.Washington took its opening possession in Wembley Stadium 80 yards on a 15-play drive capped by rookie Robert Kelleys 4-yard run up the middle for his first rushing touchdown.Cincinnati immediately responded with a 66-yard kick return by Alex Erickson up the right sideline. Giovani Bernard took a handoff 8 yards to the end zone to cap a seven-play, 36-yard drive to tie the score at 7-7 with 4 minutes still left in the opening quarter.- Shawn Pogatchnik reporting from London.---9:30 a.m.Cincinnati, the official home team for Sundays London game, emerged from a specially constructed tunnel featuring city landmarks -Big Ben, Parliament, the Eye ferris wheel and Tower Bridge -- painted in Bengals orange and black and entwined in a green jungle vine.But when local broadcasters asked the crowd to cheer for their favored teams, the large Washington contingent out-roared the Bengals fans. Both teams are making their first appearance at Wembley Stadium, but Redskins fans in team jerseys appear to outnumber their Bengal-striped counterparts by at least 5 to 1 in the sold-out stands.Fans used multi-colored sheets at their seats to transform the stadium into the red, white and blue shared by the U.S. and British flags during their respective anthems. No player from either team made any physical protest during the singing of The Star-Spangled Banner.- Shawn Pogatchnik reporting from London.---8:50 a.m.They may become enemies once the starting whistle blows, but Redskins coach Jay Gruden spent much of Sundays pre-game warmups on the Wembley Stadium field in London chatting with old teammates.Gruden, who was the Bengals offensive coordinator from 2011 to 2013 before taking the top job in Washington, spent 15 minutes chatting and laughing heartily near the 50-yard line with quarterback Andy Dalton, left tackle Andrew Whitworth, tight end Tyler Eifert and other Bengals whose careers he shaped in Cincinnati.Both teams brought retired NFL royalty to London to serve as honorary captains. The Redskins are represented by ex-quarterback Joe Theismann and linebacker LaVar Arrington, the Bengals by ex-running back Stanford Jennings and tackle Anthony Munoz.The Wembley big-screen TV poked a bit of fun at the visitors lack of knowledge of British pop culture. Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins, linebacker Trent Murphy and cornerback Bashaud Breeland were asked to define a string of Britishisms. Only Murphy knew bangers and mash were sausages and potatoes, Cousins didnt know that a bloke is a man, and nobody knew a chin wag was a conversation.- Shawn Pogatchnik reporting from London.---8 a.m.Wake up, NFL fans! Week eight of the season features an early start from London, where the Cincinnati Bengals host the Washington Redskins.The 9:30 a.m. Eastern (1330 GMT) kickoff from Wembley Stadium launches the first of 11 games Sunday. Its also the last of this years three NFL contests in London. Wembley, the 84,000-seat home of English soccer, is expecting another sellout crowd to watch the Bengals (3-4) against the Redskins (4-3).Later, the Patriots (6-1) take their two-game AFC East lead to Buffalo to face the second-place Bills (4-3), while the Lions (4-3) seek their fourth win in a row on the road versus the AFC South-leading Texans (4-3). The Packers (4-2) head for Atlanta (4-3), where the NFC South-leading Falcons hope to stop a two-game losing skid.The Sunday night game features the NFC East-leading Cowboys (5-1) at home against the second-place Eagles (4-2).Also playing Sunday: Arizona at Carolina, New York Jets at Cleveland, Kansas City at Indianapolis, Seattle at New Orleans, Oakland at Tampa Bay and San Diego at Denver. NFC North-leading Minnesota (5-1) plays the Bears in Chicago on Monday night.- Shawn Pogatchnik reporting from London. ' ' '

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