NFL News: Player News and Updates for 1/10/15
NFL Updates: News From Around the League, Playoffs Schedule and More
January 10, 2015
Well, today is the day. At 4:35 PM ET, the Ravens and Patriots will kick off in Foxboro, marking the beginning of the divisional round of the NFL playoffs. Before we get all settled in and check out the game, let’s take a look at some of the notable players and storylines out there right now.
Let’s start things out today with some notable injury situations. The Ravens’ Eugene Monroe, who was out of last weekend’s win against the Steelers, has been labeled as questionable with his ankle injury.
In better conditions for the Ravens are Owen Daniels, Timmy Jernigan, Terrell Suggs and Daryl Smith. They’re all listed as probable for the Patriots game tomorrow.
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Speaking of the Patriots, both Tom Brady and Julian Edelman have been ruled as probable. Brady has an ankle issue and Edelman is dealing with a concussion recovery.
Also probable are Jonas Gray and Brandon LaFell.
We’ve been following the Panthers’ Philly Brown all week, and he’ll be questionable for the Seahawks game tomorrow. Also of note there, Star Lotulelei will be out with a foot issue.
On the other side there, the Seahawks have Jeron Johnson and Tony Moeaki as questionable, but the rest of the guys on the report are all probable.
As for the Broncos, Brandon Marshall and Mitch Unrein are both questionable, however the remaining players on the report--including Peyton Manning, Julius Thomas and DeMaryius Thomas--are all questionable. They’ll host the Colts this weekend.
Speaking of the Colts, all seven players on their injury report are probable.
Let’s check out the Packers and Cowboys now. Green Bay has Sean Richardson as questionable for tomorrow against Dallas, while the rest of the gang was ruled probable. That designation included QB Aaron Rodgers.
As for the Cowboys, they’ve got four defensive players questionable and tackle Doug Free is doubtful. The good news is that both Tony Romo and DeMarco Murray earned probable designations.
NFL Playoffs Schedule: Here’s a look at the complete schedule for the next round of the NFL playoffs, along with the start times and TV networks you can catch the games on.
Saturday, January 10:
4:35 PM ET:
Baltimore Ravens at New England Patriots (NBC)
8:15 PM ET:
Carolina Panthers at Seattle Seahawks (FOX)
Sunday, January 11:
1:05 PM ET:
Dallas Cowboys at Green Bay Packers (FOX)
4:40 PM ET:
Indianapolis Colts at Denver Broncos (CBS)
Sunday January 18:
3:05 PM ET:
TBA at TBA (FOX)
6:40 PM ET
TBA at TBA (CBS)
Sunday, January 25:
Pro Bowl, 8:00 PM ET
Sunday, February 1:
6:30 PM ET
TBA vs. TBA (NBC)
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