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Brady Henderson ESPN 

Pete Carroll called the go-ahead touchdown throw from Russell Wilson to tight end Ed Dickson "a great illustration of chemistry" between the two. The Seahawks had prepared extensively this week for the exact blitz look the Packers showed them on that play, but Dickson had the option of running his route one of two different ways depending on what Green Bay's defense did. Dickson signed with Seattle this offseason then was sidelined for all of training camp and the first six games while on the Non-Football Injury list, which meant a lot of missed time with his new quarterback. But he and Wilson were on the same page on that play. "That was really, really well done," Carroll said.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

As noted earlier, receivers Martavis Bryant and Jordy Nelson have both been ruled OUT by the Raiders for Sunday's game at Arizona. Also, the Raiders had to move practice offsite to an indoor facility for the second time in as many days due to poor air quality from the Camp Fire. "Pretty much wallkthrough," said Raiders coach Jon Gruden. "Practicing in an indoor ice rink that was transferred into a soccer field so we didn't have much room to get the splits and get the routes but I'm not going to make any excuses. We're not the only people dealing with adversity right now." Gruden has also offered his thoughts to those affected by the fires.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Pete Carroll said the Seahawks aren't going to push things with linebacker K.J. Wright and his troublesome knee, which suggests that he may not play next week at Carolina. Wright couldn't finish the Rams game last week and was inactive Thursday night. Carroll was pleased with how Austin Calitro played against the Packers in Wright's absence, saying that while Shaquem Griffin is pushing for playing time at that spot, Calitro has been more consistent. Mychal Kendricks, who replaced Wright earlier in the season before he was suspended, is now eligible to practice, but he has to miss two more games before he can play. Carroll said of Wright: "We're trying to get his knee back where he really feels confident that he can get back and stay back. So we're going to take our time, whatever time it takes to check that out and make a decision on it."

Turron Davenport ESPN 

Titans injury report and game status vs. the Colts. Taywan Taylor will be a game time decision. Jack Conklin is good to go.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bucs have promoted safety Godwin Igwebuike from the practice squad and waived defensive end Demone Harris. They needed to bring up a safety to account for Justin Evans' absence Sunday.

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

Tests today showed that Packers' TE Jimmy Graham broke his thumb, per source. Team trying to figure out how long he now will be out.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles activate TE Richard Rodgers from Injured Reserve and placed TE Josh Perkins on IR.

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Rams CB Marcus Peters said Monday's game against the Chiefs was "Just another football game." Of course, it's a little bit more than that. The Chiefs selected Peters with the 18th overall pick in 2015 and in 3 seasons with the Chiefs, he led the NFL with 19 interceptions. However the Chiefs opted to trade Peters to the Rams over the offseason. When asked for his reaction to how his time in KC ended, with a trade, Peters said Thursday, "Yeah, so I can't do nothing about it. I didn't ask for it. I appreciate everything the Kansas City Chiefs did for me and my family for giving me the opportunity to play in this league. Now I'm just loving and enjoying being a LA Ram." Sean McVay said he he would discuss with Peters the feelings that naturally arise when facing a former team.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Marvin Jones officially OUT for Lions. TJ Jones should get a lot of work, same with Bruce Ellington.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Receivers Jordy Nelson (knee) and Martavis Bryant (knee) are both listed as OUT by the Raiders for Sunday's game at Arizona.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Five players have been ruled out for Sunday's game at Atlanta, including three defensive linemen: Taco Charlton, David Irving and Daniel Ross. Antwaun Woods is doubtful as he remains in the concussion protocol, and Maliek Collins is questionable with a knee injury but expected to play. Linebacker Joe Thomas, who is questionable with a foot injury, could make his return for the first time since Oct. 7 at Houston. Connor Williams is questionable with a knee injury but Xavier Su'a-Filo is expected to start again at left guard. The best news: left tackle Tyron Smith went through a full practice and is no longer on the injury report.

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Rams WR Cooper Kupp underwent surgery to repair a torn ACL. Sean McVay said that the surgery went well, and that Kupp seemed to be in good spirits during a phone call.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

“There are a lot of challenges . . . You're going to have to make some critical plays in the game. They're going to move the football. They've moved it on everybody. But you've got to be able to make a third-down stop, you've got to make a red zone stop. Those are the kind of plays (and) a takeaway if you get a chance.'' – Chiefs defensive coordinator Bob Sutton on the Rams' high-scoring offense.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Lions DE Ezekiel Ansah tells me he's in "a gradual process" to getting back to being fully back to his old self. When asked if he feels at this point he could play every down, similar to how he did in previous years, Ansah said it's still a process but "when the time comes, yeah, you all are going to see me out there." This, of course, is something Ansah is looking forward to. Ansah said the ramp-up to him playing more snaps is something that just worked out. "It just happened to just fall in place," Ansah said. "I just come out, practice and prepare myself for Sunday and whatever happens, happens." Ansah is playing on the franchise tag this year and is scheduled to be a free agent after the season. He has played as a situational edge rusher the past two games. He has two sacks this season.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bucs will officially be without starting weakside linebacker Lavonte David against the Giants, along with defensive end Vinny Curry, safety Justin Evans, cornerback MJ Stewart and running back Ronald Jones. Wide receiver Chris Godwin, center Ryan Jensen and defensive end Carl Nassib are questionable.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins left tackle Trent Williams said Sunday is "still up in the air." He said he still can't grab with his dislocated right thumb. But he wants to get back even if it's fast; he said "sitting on the sidelines sucks." But he said he went today to test it for this week -not to get ready for Thanksgiving Day vs. Dallas.


Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Asked Antonio Brown about his ritual of late-night workouts. "Goat cheese, goat milk, goat skin - goats eat grass," he said.