Surgery Delayed For Rams' Bradford, NFL News
Published on November 6 2013 6:50 am
Last Updated on November 6 2013 6:50 am
Written by Millie Lange
Surgery Delayed For Rams' Bradford
(St. Louis, MO) -- Surgery for injured Rams quarterback Sam Bradford is being delayed. He was slated to have his torn ACL repaired on Tuesday, but the procedure has been pushed back to allow for greater range of motion in the knee before going under the knife.
Packers' Rodgers Confirms Broken Collarbone
(Green Bay, WI) -- Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is confirming he has a broken collarbone. In a weekly radio segment Rodgers says the collarbone is fractured and that this is a "significant injury." ESPN.com reports the signal-caller will not need surgery, but is expected to miss three weeks.
Bears' Cutler Unsure Of Status Against Lions
(Lake Forest, IL) -- Bears quarterback Jay Cutler says he's not sure if he will be able to play this Sunday against the Lions. Cutler suffered a groin injury on October 20th against the Redskins and doctors initially told him he'd need four weeks to recover. Sunday would mark just three weeks from the injury.
The Bears have waived defensive tackle Zach Minter to clear a roster spot for Jay Ratliff. Minter played in two games for the Bears while Ratliff agreed to a one-year deal Saturday, but is recovering from injuries. Chicago also placed wide receiver Joe Anderson on injured reserve with an abdomen injury.
Texans' Kubiak Released From Hospital
(Houston, TX) -- Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak is out of the hospital. He was released Tuesday, less than 48 hours after suffering a minor stroke at halftime of Sunday night's game against the Colts. Kubiak is expected to make a full recovery, but isn't sure when he might return to his coaching duties.
Dolphins' Incognito Trying To "Weather The Storm"
(Davie, FL) -- Suspended Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito says he's trying to "weather the storm" as he sits in the middle of a national controversy. Incognito has been accused of harassment and misconduct toward teammate Jonathan Martin. The lineman tells WSVN Channel 7 that this ordeal will pass in time.