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Falcons DE John Cominsky tests positive for COVID-19, placed on reserve list – NFL.com

Atlanta Falcons defensive end John Cominsky has tested positive for COVID-19, sources tell NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero. Cominsky has been placed on the reserve…

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Atlanta Falcons defensive end John Cominsky has tested positive for COVID-19, NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reports, per source.
The Falcons have placed Cominsky on the reserve/COVID list.
Defensive line coach Tosh Lupoi and assistant Jess Simpson will not travel with the team, per Pelissero. Lupoi was identified as a close contact, The team is taking two planes to Minnesota and injured players were left home.
The Falcons have followed all protocols in the wake of Cominsky’s positive test and t…

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Titans’ Taylor Lewan confirms that he suffered a torn ACL in win over Texans – CBS Sports

The Titans’ win did not come without a price

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The Tennessee Titans defeated the Houston Texans in overtime by a score of 42-36 on Sunday to improve to 5-0. The win did not come without a price, however, as left tackle Taylor Lewan has confirmed reports that he has suffered a torn ACL after undergoing an MRI. 
Lewan posted the following message via Twitter Monday afternoon. 
I wanted to let everyone know I got an MRI today. I Tore my ACL yesterday against Houston. Don’t feel sorry for me, I’m going to handle this rehab like a Pro and come …

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Dallas Cowboys’ Leighton Vander Esch cleared to play Monday night – ESPN

Cowboys linebacker Leighton Vander Esch will return Monday night, five weeks after surgery for a broken collarbone.

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FRISCO, Texas — Leighton Vander Esch is back.
The Dallas Cowboys activated the linebacker from injured reserve in time to play Monday against the Arizona Cardinals, five weeks after Vander Esch had surgery to repair a broken collarbone suffered in the season opener against the Los Angeles Rams.
Vander Esch has practiced the past two weeks and went through three full workouts, including one full-padded session, leading into the Cardinals game.
Vander Esch had four tackles before he was hurt i…

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David Njoku still wants the Browns to trade him by the Nov. 3 deadline, league source says – cleveland.com

Njoku would still like to be dealt before the Nov. 3 deadline, a league source tells cleveland.com.

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CLEVELAND, Ohio Tight end David Njoku would still like the Browns to trade him, a league source told cleveland.com on Monday.
Njoku, who initially asked to be traded on July 3 but then rescinded the request on Aug. 1, would like to find a new home by the trade deadline on Nov. 3rd.
To this point, the Browns havent been willing to trade him, but they might be open to it if someone makes them an offer they cant refuse. The Browns need help at linebacker, safety and cornerback, and could possibly…

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