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Raiders' Josh Jacobs not expected to play Sunday - NFL.com
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Redskins, Tress Way agree to 4-yr, $15M extension - NFL.com
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C.J. Beathard feels “thankful and blessed” for support after loss of his brother – ProFootballTalk
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NFL has seen a youth movement at quarterback – ProFootballTalk
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University of Miami running back DeeJay Dallas declares for draft – ProFootballTalk
University of Miami running back DeeJay Dallas is heading to the NFL, saying he "decided to rely on my faith and take the next step to following my dream." Dallas posted his decision on Twitter.

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Roundup: Eagles rule out Zach Ertz (ribs) for Sunday - NFL.com
The Philadelphia Eagles will have to win the NFC East without Zach Ertz. The Pro Bowl tight end was ruled out Friday for this weekend's game vs. the Giants due to a ribs injury.

With job secure, Falcons' Quinn 'excited to get rolling' - NFL.com
After the morning announcement that he would be returning in 2020, Dan Quinn said he was excited for the future and also humbled after getting "to see his team fight for him."

Kyler Murray (hamstring) to be game-time decision - NFL.com
Arizona Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury said QB Kyler Murray will be a game-time decision for Sunday's season finale against the Los Angeles Rams because of a hamstring injury.

Raiders' Josh Jacobs not expected to play Sunday - NFL.com
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Friday that Raiders rookie running back Josh Jacobs is not expected to play Sunday against the Broncos, per a source informed of the situation.

Odell Beckham (illness) questionable vs. Bengals - NFL.com
Cleveland Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham is officially listed as questionable heading into Sunday's matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals. Beckham missed practice Friday due to illness.

Redskins, Tress Way agree to 4-yr, $15M extension - NFL.com
Washington Redskins Pro Bowl punter Tress Way has agreed to terms on a four-year extension worth more than $15 million, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.

Panthers OC to feed RB McCaffrey 'any way we can' - NFL.com
Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey is 67 yards away from becoming the third player in NFL history with 1,000-plus rushing yards and 1,000-plus receiving yards in a single season.

Tom Brady caps a historic season on Sunday – ProFootballTalk
On Sunday, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady becomes the first 42-year-old in the NFL's 100 seasons to start every game in a given year. He didn't seem to know it until a reporter pointed it out to him on Friday. "It’s good to be available to the team," Brady replied.

C.J. Beathard feels “thankful and blessed” for support after loss of his brother – ProFootballTalk
C.J. Beathard, whose brother Clayton was fatally stabbed last week, posted a remembrance of "the sweetest, most humble, toughest, and kind hearted" person he knew.

NFL has seen a youth movement at quarterback – ProFootballTalk
Despite the continuing success of 42-year-old Tom Brady and 40-year-old Drew Brees, the NFL has seen a youth movement at quarterback this season. More quarterbacks age 27 or younger are starting, and winning, games this season than ever before.

University of Miami running back DeeJay Dallas declares for draft – ProFootballTalk
University of Miami running back DeeJay Dallas is heading to the NFL, saying he "decided to rely on my faith and take the next step to following my dream." Dallas posted his decision on Twitter.