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Cincinnati Reds announce 2019 Organizational Awards

 

Mike Siani

 

FORMER DRAGONS EARN 2019 REDS ORGANIZATIONAL AWARDS

SIANI EARNS REDS COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD

 

Dayton, Ohio—The Cincinnati Reds have announced their 2019 Minor League Player awards, and all four players who were honored are former Dayton Dragons.

 

Aristides Aquino—Sheldon “Chief” Bender Award (Reds Minor League Player of the Year)

Packy Naughton—Reds Minor League Pitcher of the Year

Jose Garcia—Reds Minor League Hitter of the Year

Michael Siani—Reds Minor League Community Service Award

 

Siani, who spent the entire 2019 season with the Dragons, was selected among all minor league players in the Reds organization for his community service efforts.  Siani participated in numerous charitable events and visits and also received the 2019 Dayton Dragons Community Service Award as well as the Reds organizational honor.  Since the Reds initiated their Minor League Community Service Award in 2011, eight of the nine annual winners have been Dayton Dragons players.

 

Aquino, who spent the 2015 season with the Dragons, becomes a two-time winner of the highest honor given to a Reds minor league player.  He also won the Sheldon “Chief” Bender Award in 2016.  In 2019, Aquino played with Triple-A Louisville and blasted 28 home runs in 78 games, batting .299.  He spent the final two months of the season in the Major Leagues with the Reds and added another 19 homers to give him 47 for the year in 134 games.  Aquino was the National League Player of the Month in August when set numerous all-time MLB records for most home runs within a specific number of games to start a big league career.  Aquino hit eight home runs in his first 12 career games and 14 in his first 28 games, both MLB records.

 

Naughton spent the 2018 season with the Dragons.  In 2019, he split the year between Daytona and Chattanooga, posting a 3.38 earned run average that led the Reds organization.

 

Garcia also spent the 2018 season with the Dragons.  He played at Daytona in 2019 and batted .280 with 37 doubles, eight home runs, and 15 stolen bases.

 

Sheldon “Chief” Bender Award winners:

 

2000  Austin Kearns, Dayton

2001  Adam Dunn, Chattanooga/Louisville

2002  Brandon Larson, Louisville

2003  Stephen Smitherman, Chattanooga/Louisville

2004  Richie Gardner, Potomac/Chattanooga

2005  Chris Denorfia, Chattanooga/Louisville

2006  Homer Bailey, Sarasota/Chattanooga

2007  Jay Bruce, Sarasota/Chattanooga/Louisville

2008  Chris Valaika, Sarasota/Chattanooga

2009  Chris Heisey, Carolina/Louisville

2010  Devin Mesoraco, Lynchburg/Carolina/Louisville

2011  Billy Hamilton, Dayton

2012  Billy Hamilton, Bakersfield/Pensacola

2013  Seth Mejias-Brean, Dayton

2014  Ben Lively, Bakersfield/Pensacola

2015  Tyler Mahle, Dayton

2016  Aristides Aquino, Daytona

2017  Nick Senzel, Daytona/Pensacola

2018  Ibandel Isabel, Daytona

2019  Aristides Aquino, Louisville

 

Reds Minor League Community Service Award winners:

 

2011  Drew Hayes, Dayton

2012  El’ Hajj Muhammad, Dayton

2013  Brent Peterson, Dayton

2014  Jon Matthews, Dayton

2015  Avain Rachal, Dayton

2016  Barrett Astin, Pensacola

2017  Aaron Fossas, Dayton

2018  Leandro Santana, Dayton

2019  Michael Siani, Dayton

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Tom Nichols; COURTESY DAYTON DRAGONS MEDIA RELATIONS

 

NFL announces 32 Nominees for 2019 Walter Payton Man of the Year Award

Winner to be Announced at NFL Honors the Night Before Super Bowl LIV

The NFL announced today the 32 nominees for the WALTER PAYTON NFL MAN OF THE YEAR AWARD PRESENTED BY NATIONWIDE. Representing the best of the NFL’s commitment to philanthropy and community impact, each player was selected as his team’s Man of the Year and is now eligible to win the national award. Considered one of the league’s most prestigious honors, the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award presented by Nationwide recognizes an NFL player for outstanding community service activities off the field, as well as excellence on the field. First established in 1970, the national award was renamed in 1999 after the late Hall of Fame Chicago Bears running back WALTER PAYTON.

“Every day, in cities and towns across America, NFL players give of themselves to make our communities better. This year, as we celebrate our 100th season and the 50th year of the Walter Payton NFL Man of Year Award, NFL players have continued to raise the bar on community engagement and impact,” said NFL Commissioner ROGER GOODELL. “The 32 nominees for this year’s award are the best of the best and truly embody the spirit of Walter and his legacy of leaving the world better than he found it.”

For the second year in a row, all 32 team winners will be highlighted as nominees and recognized for their important work during the weekend leading up to Super Bowl LIV.

The 2019 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year will be announced during NFL Honors, a two-hour primetime awards special to air nationally on Feb. 1, the eve of Super Bowl LIV on FOX. NFL Honors will be at the Adrienne Arsht Center in downtown Miami.

All 32 nominees will receive a donation of up to $50,000 in their name to their charity of choice. The winner of the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award will receive a $250,000 donation to the charity of their choice. All donations are courtesy of the NFL Foundation and Nationwide.

“Nationwide congratulates this year’s Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year nominees,” said Nationwide’s Chief Marketing Officer RAMON JONES. “Year after year, we’re amazed at the amount of time, talent and resources the NFL players give to their communities. This year’s best of the best from each team—these 32 men—recognized a need, took action and energized those around them to do more. It’s our privilege to help share their stories  about making positive differences for  others.”

Fans are encouraged to participate in Nationwide’s 5th annual Charity Challenge, a social media campaign designed to support and promote team nominees. Fans can vote on Twitter by using #WPMOYChallenge followed by their favorite nominee’s last name. The player whose unique hashtag is used the most between Dec. 12 and Jan. 12 will receive a $25,000 contribution to their charity of choice, while the second and third place finishers will receive $10,000 and $5,000 donations, all courtesy of Nationwide. Hashtag information and official rules can be found at nfl.com/manoftheyear.

Beginning in 2017, the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year trophy silhouette came to life in uniform elements to further recognize past award winners and current nominees. The six current players who have won the award—DREW BREES, THOMAS DAVIS, LARRY FITZGERALD, JASON WITTEN, ELI MANNING and J.J. WATT—continue to wear a Man of the Year patch on their jerseys to recognize their outstanding contributions to the game and to their communities. All 2019 nominees will wear a Man of the Year helmet decal beginning Week 15 and continuing through the end of the season in recognition of their accomplishments on and off the field.

For more information on the nominees and the award, visit NFL.com/manoftheyear.

Below is a list of the 2019 nominees:

TEAM NOMINEE
Arizona Cardinals David Johnson
Atlanta Falcons Ricardo Allen
Baltimore Ravens Brandon Carr
Buffalo Bills Lorenzo Alexander
Carolina Panthers Cam Newton
Chicago Bears Allen Robinson II
Cincinnati Bengals Giovani Bernard
Cleveland Browns Jarvis Landry
Dallas Cowboys Travis Frederick
Denver Broncos Justin Simmons
Detroit Lions Devon Kennard
Green Bay Packers Blake Martinez
Houston Texans D.J. Reader
Indianapolis Colts Pierre Desir
Jacksonville Jaguars Calais Campbell
Kansas City Chiefs Dustin Colquitt
Los Angeles Chargers Uchenna Nwosu
Los Angeles Rams Andrew Whitworth
Miami Dolphins Davon Godchaux
Minnesota Vikings Kyle Rudolph
New England Patriots Kyle Van Noy
New Orleans Saints Terron Armstead
New York Giants Nate Solder
New York Jets Jonotthan Harrison
Oakland Raiders Tahir Whitehead
Philadelphia Eagles Malcolm Jenkins
Pittsburgh Steelers Maurkice Pouncey
San Francisco 49ers Richard Sherman
Seattle Seahawks Bobby Wagner
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mike Evans
Tennessee Titans Ben Jones
Washington Redskins Nick Sundberg

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Jordyn White, NFL; Jarrett Dunbar, Nationwide; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

NFL Injury Report for Week 15 Wednesday, December 11, 2019

NEW YORK JETS at BALTIMORE RAVENS on Thursday night
NEW YORK JETS
The Jets did not practice Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. The practice reports for those days are estimations.
Status Report
  OUT T Chuma Edoga (knee), TE Ryan Griffin (ankle), CB Brian Poole (concussion), RB Bilal Powell (ankle, illness)
 
  DOUBTFUL S Jamal Adams (ankle), CB Arthur Maulet (calf), WR Demaryius Thomas (hamstring, knee), DT Quinnen Williams (neck)
 
  QUESTIONABLE DE Henry Anderson (shoulder), T Kelvin Beachum (ankles), S Matthias Farley (ankle), DT Steve McLendon (knee, hip), RB Ty Montgomery (foot, hip), DE Nathan Shepherd (ankle)
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Monday S Jamal Adams (ankle), T Chuma Edoga (knee), TE Ryan Griffin (ankle), CB Arthur Maulet (calf), CB Brian Poole (concussion), RB Bilal Powell (ankle, illness), WR Demaryius Thomas (hamstring, knee), DT Quinnen Williams (neck)
  Tuesday S Jamal Adams (ankle), T Chuma Edoga (knee), TE Ryan Griffin (ankle), CB Arthur Maulet (calf), CB Brian Poole (concussion), RB Bilal Powell (ankle, illness), WR Demaryius Thomas (hamstring, knee), DT Quinnen Williams (neck)
  Wednesday S Jamal Adams (ankle), T Chuma Edoga (knee), TE Ryan Griffin (ankle), CB Arthur Maulet (calf), CB Brian Poole (concussion), RB Bilal Powell (ankle, illness), WR Demaryius Thomas (hamstring, knee), DT Quinnen Williams (neck)
 
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Monday DE Henry Anderson (shoulder), T Kelvin Beachum (ankles), S Matthias Farley (ankle), DT Steve McLendon (knee, hip), RB Ty Montgomery (foot, hip), DE Nathan Shepherd (ankle)
  Tuesday DE Henry Anderson (shoulder), T Kelvin Beachum (ankles), S Matthias Farley (ankle), DT Steve McLendon (knee, hip), RB Ty Montgomery (foot, hip), DE Nathan Shepherd (ankle)
  Wednesday DE Henry Anderson (shoulder), T Kelvin Beachum (ankles), S Matthias Farley (ankle), DT Steve McLendon (knee, hip), RB Ty Montgomery (foot, hip), DE Nathan Shepherd (ankle)
 
  FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Monday RB Le’Veon Bell (illness), CB Maurice Canady (shoulder), G Tom Compton (ankle), QB Sam Darnold (knee, left thumb), QB David Fales (right elbow), LB Paul Worrilow (quadricep)
  Tuesday RB Le’Veon Bell (illness), CB Maurice Canady (shoulder), G Tom Compton (ankle), QB Sam Darnold (knee, left thumb), QB David Fales (right elbow), LB Paul Worrilow (quadricep)
  Wednesday RB Le’Veon Bell (illness), CB Maurice Canady (shoulder), G Tom Compton (ankle), QB Sam Darnold (knee, left thumb), QB David Fales (right elbow), LB Paul Worrilow (quadricep)
 
BALTIMORE RAVENS
The Ravens did not practice Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. The practice reports for those days are estimations.
Status Report
  OUT LB Chris Board (concussion)
 
  DOUBTFUL T Ronnie Stanley (concussion)
 
  QUESTIONABLE TE Mark Andrews (knee), QB Lamar Jackson (quadricep), S Anthony Levine (ankle), DT Jihad Ward (elbow)
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Monday TE Mark Andrews (knee), LB Chris Board (concussion), S Anthony Levine (ankle), T Ronnie Stanley (concussion)
  Tuesday LB Chris Board (concussion), RB Mark Ingram (not injury related), S Anthony Levine (ankle), T Ronnie Stanley (concussion), S Earl Thomas (not injury related), DT Brandon Williams (not injury related)
  Wednesday LB Chris Board (concussion), T Ronnie Stanley (concussion)
 
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Monday QB Lamar Jackson (quadricep), DT Jihad Ward (elbow)
  Tuesday TE Mark Andrews (knee), QB Lamar Jackson (quadricep), DT Jihad Ward (elbow)
  Wednesday TE Mark Andrews (knee), S Anthony Levine (ankle)
 
  FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday RB Mark Ingram (not injury related), QB Lamar Jackson (quadricep), S Earl Thomas (not injury related), DT Jihad Ward (elbow), DT Brandon Williams (not injury related)

 

 
ATLANTA FALCONS at SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
ATLANTA FALCONS
 
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday DE Allen Bailey (not injury related), LB De’Vondre Campbell (calf), G James Carpenter (concussion), DE Adrian Clayborn (back), RB Devonta Freeman (knee), CB Isaiah Oliver (shoulder), T Ty Sambrailo (hamstring)
 
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday WR Julio Jones (shoulder), S Sharrod Neasman (shoulder), G Wes Schweitzer (shoulder)
 
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
 
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday DE Dee Ford (quadricep, hamstring), DT D.J. Jones (ankle), CB Richard Sherman (hamstring), S Jaquiski Tartt (ribs), DT Jullian Taylor (elbow), CB K’Waun Williams (concussion)
 
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday TE Garrett Celek (back)
 
  FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday WR Dante Pettis (knee)

 

 
BUFFALO BILLS at PITTSBURGH STEELERS on Sunday night
BUFFALO BILLS
 
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday LB Lorenzo Alexander (not injury related — resting veteran), DE Jerry Hughes (not injury related — resting veteran), DT Corey Liuget (knee), T Ty Nsekhe (ankle)
 
PITTSBURGH STEELERS
 
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday LB Mark Barron (not injury related), G David DeCastro (not injury related), TE Vance McDonald (concussion), C Maurkice Pouncey (not injury related), RB Jaylen Samuels (groin), T Alejandro Villanueva (not injury related)
 
  FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday RB James Conner (shoulder), WR JuJu Smith-Schuster (knee)

 

 
CHICAGO BEARS at GREEN BAY PACKERS
CHICAGO BEARS
 
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday TE Ben Braunecker (concussion), WR Taylor Gabriel (concussion), T Bobby Massie (ankle), DT Roy Robertson-Harris (foot), LB Danny Trevathan (elbow), WR Javon Wims (knee)
 
  FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday CB Prince Amukamara (hamstring)
 
GREEN BAY PACKERS
 
Practice Report
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday WR Geronimo Allison (knee), T Bryan Bulaga (not injury related), TE Jimmy Graham (wrist), CB Kevin King (shoulder), TE Marcedes Lewis (not injury related), G Billy Turner (knee), RB Dan Vitale (calf), CB Tramon Williams (not injury related)
 
  FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday WR Davante Adams (toe), CB Tony Brown (heel), LB Blake Martinez (hand)

 

 
CLEVELAND BROWNS at ARIZONA CARDINALS
CLEVELAND BROWNS
 
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday LB Sione Takitaki (illness), C J.C. Tretter (knee)
 
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday WR Odell Beckham (groin), WR Khadarel Hodge (achilles), T Christopher Hubbard (knee), WR Jarvis Landry (hip), S Eric Murray (knee), TE David Njoku (knee), DE Olivier Vernon (knee)
 
  FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday TE Demetrius Harris (shoulder), RB Dontrell Hilliard (knee), CB Denzel Ward (ankle), CB Greedy Williams (shoulder)
 
ARIZONA CARDINALS
 
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday S Budda Baker (hamstring), C Mason Cole (knee), WR Larry Fitzgerald (not injury related), DT Corey Peters (not injury related), G Justin Pugh (back), LB Terrell Suggs (back, illness), G J.R. Sweezy (illness)
 
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday WR Andy Isabella (shoulder), WR Christian Kirk (ankle), CB Byron Murphy (calf), CB Kevin Peterson (shoulder), LB Joe Walker (ribs)

 

 
DENVER BRONCOS at KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
DENVER BRONCOS
 
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday TE Noah Fant (hip, foot), DE Adam Gotsis (knee), T Ja’Wuan James (knee), DE Dre’Mont Jones (ankle), G Ronald Leary (concussion)
 
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday LB Jeremiah Attaochu (foot), LB A.J. Johnson (knee), LB Joseph Jones (back), LB Von Miller (knee), DT Mike Purcell (shoulder, knee), LB Malik Reed (ankle), CB Isaac Yiadom (shoulder)
 
  FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday S Will Parks (hand), WR Tim Patrick (shoulder), G Dalton Risner (ankle), LB Josh Watson (foot)
 
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
 
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday CB Morris Claiborne (shoulder), DE Frank Clark (illness, shoulder), CB Rashad Fenton (hamstring), LB Darron Lee (not injury related)
 
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday RB Damien Williams (rib), G Andrew Wylie (shoulder)
 
  FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday T Eric Fisher (groin), CB Kendall Fuller (thumb), QB Patrick Mahomes (right hand), DT Derrick Nnadi (elbow), DE Alex Okafor (ankle)

 

 
HOUSTON TEXANS at TENNESSEE TITANS
HOUSTON TEXANS
 
Practice Report
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday T Chris Clark (hip), CB Gareon Conley (hip), WR Will Fuller (hamstring), RB Taiwan Jones (hamstring), LB Brennan Scarlett (achilles, shoulder), DE Carlos Watkins (hamstring)
 
TENNESSEE TITANS
 
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday LB Daren Bates (shoulder), RB Derrick Henry (hamstring), WR Adam Humphries (ankle), CB Adoree’ Jackson (foot)
 
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday DT Jurrell Casey (knee), C Ben Jones (thumb), CB LeShaun Sims (ankle), S Kenny Vaccaro (concussion)

 

 
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS at OAKLAND RAIDERS
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
 
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday DE Calais Campbell (back), WR D.J. Chark (ankle), C Brandon Linder (knee)
 
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday CB Tre Herndon (shoulder), WR Dede Westbrook (neck, shoulder), LB Quincy Williams (hand)
 
  FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday CB A.J. Bouye (calf), TE Seth DeValve (oblique), S Ronnie Harrison (concussion)
 
OAKLAND RAIDERS
The Raiders did not practice Wednesday. The Wednesday practice report is an estimation.
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday T Trenton Brown (pectoral), LB Marquel Lee (toe), WR Hunter Renfrow (rib), LB Kyle Wilber (ankle), CB Daryl Worley (neck)
 
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday C Rodney Hudson (ankle), G Gabe Jackson (knee), RB Josh Jacobs (shoulder), S Lamarcus Joyner (hamstring)

 

 
LOS ANGELES RAMS at DALLAS COWBOYS
LOS ANGELES RAMS
The Rams did not practice Wednesday. The Wednesday practice report is an estimation.
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday TE Gerald Everett (knee)
 
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday WR Nsimba Webster (hip)
 
  FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday T Rob Havenstein (knee)
 
DALLAS COWBOYS
 
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday LB Sean Lee (pectoral, thigh), LB Leighton Vander Esch (neck)
 
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday DE Michael Bennett (foot), T La’el Collins (knee), S Jeff Heath (shoulder, shoulder), CB Byron Jones (hip), P Chris Jones (abdomen), G Zack Martin (elbow, ankle), RB Tony Pollard (ankle), DT Antwaun Woods (knee)
 
  FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday WR Amari Cooper (knee), QB Dak Prescott (right hand, left hand), T Tyron Smith (achilles), S Darian Thompson (biceps)

 

 
MIAMI DOLPHINS at NEW YORK GIANTS
MIAMI DOLPHINS
 
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday WR Allen Hurns (ankle, knee), DT Gerald Willis (hip)
 
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday RB Chandler Cox (shoulder), CB Nik Needham (groin), WR DeVante Parker (concussion), WR Albert Wilson (concussion)
 
  FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday LB Jerome Baker (chest, jaw), QB Ryan Fitzpatrick (right shoulder), RB Patrick Laird (hip)
 
NEW YORK GIANTS
The Giants did not practice Wednesday. The Wednesday practice report is an estimation.
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday CB Janoris Jenkins (ankle), G Kevin Zeitler (ankle, wrist)
 
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday TE Rhett Ellison (concussion), TE Evan Engram (foot), QB Daniel Jones (ankle), WR Golden Tate (foot)
 
  FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday CB Corey Ballentine (concussion)

 

 
MINNESOTA VIKINGS at LOS ANGELES CHARGERS
MINNESOTA VIKINGS
 
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday RB Alexander Mattison (ankle)
 
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday CB Mike Hughes (hip), DT Linval Joseph (knee), CB Xavier Rhodes (ankle), WR Adam Thielen (hamstring)
 
  FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday RB Dalvin Cook (chest), CB Holton Hill (shoulder), DT Jaleel Johnson (ankle), TE Kyle Rudolph (groin), DT Shamar Stephen (knee)
 
LOS ANGELES CHARGERS
 
Practice Report
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday LB Uchenna Nwosu (ankle), WR Mike Williams (knee)
 
  FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday LB Drue Tranquill (elbow)

 

 
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS at CINCINNATI BENGALS
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
 
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday WR Julian Edelman (knee, shoulder)
 
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday LB Ja’Whaun Bentley (knee), DT Byron Cowart (concussion), C Ted Karras (knee), CB Jason McCourty (groin), WR Mohamed Sanu (ankle), DT Danny Shelton (shoulder)
 
  FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday QB Tom Brady (right elbow), WR N’Keal Harry (hip)
 
CINCINNATI BENGALS
 
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday DT Geno Atkins (not injury related), CB Darqueze Dennard (not injury related), WR A.J. Green (ankle)
 
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday TE Tyler Eifert (not injury related), DE Sam Hubbard (knee), WR John Ross (foot), DT Renell Wren (hip)

 

 
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES at WASHINGTON REDSKINS
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
The Eagles did not practice Wednesday. The Wednesday practice report is an estimation.
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday WR Nelson Agholor (knee), DE Derek Barnett (ankle), WR Alshon Jeffery (foot), T Lane Johnson (ankle)
 
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday RB Jordan Howard (shoulder), CB Jalen Mills (elbow)
 
  FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday LB Kamu Grugier-Hill (concussion)
 
WASHINGTON REDSKINS
 
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday CB Quinton Dunbar (hamstring), LB Ryan Kerrigan (calf)
 
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday LB Ryan Anderson (shoulder), CB Fabian Moreau (hamstring), T Morgan Moses (toe), T Donald Penn (knee, back), WR Trey Quinn (concussion), WR Paul Richardson (hamstring), G Brandon Scherff (elbow, shoulder)
 
  FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday QB Dwayne Haskins (ankle), LB Cole Holcomb (thumb), RB Adrian Peterson (toe)

 

 
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS at CAROLINA PANTHERS
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
 
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday T Duane Brown (biceps, knee), DE Jadeveon Clowney (core, illness), QB Geno Smith (not injury related)
 
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday DE Ezekiel Ansah (neck), RB Nick Bellore (quadricep), T George Fant (knee), CB Shaquill Griffin (hamstring), LB Mychal Kendricks (hamstring), TE Luke Willson (hamstring), DT Al Woods (ankle)
 
CAROLINA PANTHERS
 
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday LB Mario Addison (chest), LB Marquis Haynes (knee), T Greg Little (ankle), RB Christian McCaffrey (not injury related), DT Gerald McCoy (knee), G Trai Turner (not injury related)
 
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday TE Greg Olsen (concussion)
 
  FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday S Eric Reid (shoulder), LB Shaq Thompson (ankle)

 

 
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS at DETROIT LIONS
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
 
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday T Demar Dotson (not injury related), WR Mike Evans (hamstring), LB Jason Pierre-Paul (knee), T Donovan Smith (ankle, knee)
 
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday G Alex Cappa (elbow), WR Scott Miller (hamstring), LB Anthony Nelson (hamstring), QB Jameis Winston (right thumb, knee)
 
DETROIT LIONS
 
Practice Report
  DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday G Joe Dahl (back, knee), LB Jarrad Davis (ankle, knee), DE Da’Shawn Hand (ankle), RB J.D. McKissic (not injury related), DT A’Shawn Robinson (shoulder), QB Matthew Stafford (hip, back), T Rick Wagner (knee)
 
  LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday DE Austin Bryant (hip), LB Christian Jones (shoulder), P Sam Martin (abdomen), RB Bo Scarbrough (ribs)
 
  FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE
  Wednesday CB Jamal Agnew (ankle), DT Damon Harrison (calf, knee/shoulder), CB Rashaan Melvin (ribs)

 

 

INJURY REPORT COMPILED BY NFL COMMUNICATIONS; COURTESY NFLmedia.com

 

 

 

Expectations for Week 15 in the NFL

WHAT TO LOOK FOR – WEEK 15

PASSING HISTORIC MILESTONES: Both New Orleans quarterback DREW BREES and New England quarterback TOM BRADY – who rank first and second in career passing yards in NFL history, respectively – can reach another historic milestone in Week 15.

If Brady has four touchdown passes on Sunday against Cincinnati (1:00 PM ET, CBS) or Brees has three touchdown passes against Indianapolis on Monday Night Football (8:15 PM ET, ESPN), they would surpass PEYTON MANNING (539 touchdowns) for the most career touchdown passes in NFL history.

The players with the most career touchdown passes in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM(S) TOUCHDOWN PASSES
Peyton Manning Indianapolis, Denver 539
Drew Brees San Diego, New Orleans 537
Tom Brady New England 536
Brett FavreHOF Green Bay, New York Jets, Minnesota 508
Dan MarinoHOF Miami 420

Additionally, if Brady – who has 19 touchdown passes in 2019 – has at least one touchdown pass on Sunday, he would surpass Manning (16 seasons) for the most seasons with at least 20 touchdown passes in NFL history. With three touchdown passes on Monday, Brees will also reach 20 for the season, tying Manning with 16 such seasons in his career.

The players with the most seasons with at least 20 touchdown passes in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM(S) SEASONS WITH 20+ TOUCHDOWN PASSES
Tom Brady New England 16*
Peyton Manning Indianapolis, Denver 16
Drew Brees San Diego, New Orleans 15#
Brett FavreHOF Green Bay, New York Jets, Minnesota 15
*Has 19 touchdown passes in 2019
#Has 17 touchdown passes in 2019

– NFL –

PETERSON CONTINUES TO CLIMB: Last week, Washington running back ADRIAN PETERSON rushed for 76 yards and a touchdown, becoming the sixth player in NFL history with at least 14,000 career rushing yards (14,036) and joined Pro Football Hall of Famers EMMITT SMITH and WALTER PAYTON as the only players with at least 14,000 rushing yards and 100 rushing touchdowns (109) in NFL history.

If Peterson has at least 66 rushing yards on Sunday against Philadelphia (1:00 PM ET, FOX), he would surpass Pro Football Hall of Famer CURTIS MARTIN (14,101) for the fifth-most career rushing yards in NFL history.

The players with the most career rushing yards in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM(S) RUSHING YARDS
Emmitt SmithHOF Dallas, Arizona 18,355
Walter PaytonHOF Chicago 16,726
Frank Gore San Francisco, Indianapolis, Miami, Buffalo 15,306*
Barry SandersHOF Detroit 15,269
Curtis MartinHOF New England, New York Jets 14,101
Adrian Peterson Minnesota, New Orleans, Arizona, Washington 14,036*
*Active

Additionally, Peterson needs one rushing touchdown on Sunday to tie Payton (110) for the fourth-most rushing touchdowns in NFL history.

The players with the most career rushing touchdowns in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM(S) RUSHING TDs  
Emmitt SmithHOF Dallas, Arizona 164  
LaDainian TomlinsonHOF San Diego, New York Jets 145  
Marcus AllenHOF Los Angeles Raiders, Kansas City 123  
Walter PaytonHOF Chicago 110  
Adrian Peterson Minnesota, New Orleans, Arizona, Washington 109*  
*Entering Sunday

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STACKING WINS IN SEATTLE: Since entering the NFL in 2012, Seattle quarterback RUSSELL WILSON has led the Seahawks to at least nine wins in each of his eight seasons under center, becoming the first quarterback to accomplish the feat in NFL history.

With a win at Carolina on Sunday (1:00 PM ET, FOX), Wilson would tie TOM BRADY (86 wins) for the most regular-season wins through a quarterback’s first eight seasons in NFL history.

The quarterbacks with the most regular-season wins through their first eight seasons in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM WINS
Tom Brady New England 86
Russell Wilson Seattle 85*
*In eighth season

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JACK OF ALL TRADES: In addition to leading the NFL with 28 touchdown passes in 2019, Baltimore quarterback LAMAR JACKSON leads all quarterbacks with 1,017 rushing yards, becoming the second quarterback to rush for at least 1,000 yards in a single season in NFL history.

With 23 rushing yards on Thursday Night Football against the New York Jets (8:20 PM ET, FOX/NFLN/Amazon), Jackson would surpass MICHAEL VICK (1,039 in 2006) for the most rushing yards by a quarterback in a single season in NFL history.

Additionally, the 22-year-old quarterback has 3,878 passing yards and 1,712 rushing yards in 29 career games since entering the league in 2018.

If Jackson has at least 122 passing yards on Thursday, he would become the first player with at least 4,000 passing yards and 1,500 rushing yards in his first 30 career games in NFL history.

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GOLDEN GAROPPOLO: San Francisco quarterback JIMMY GAROPPOLO completed 26 of 35 attempts (74.3 percent) for 349 passing yards and four touchdowns with one interception for a 131.7 passer rating in a 48-46 win over New Orleans in Week 14. That marked Garoppolo’s fourth consecutive game completing at least 70 percent of his pass attempts with a passer rating of 110 or higher.

By completing at least 70 percent of his pass attempts and having a passer rating of 110 or higher on Sunday against Atlanta (4:25 PM ET, FOX), Garoppolo would tie for the longest such streak of games in a single season in NFL history (min. 10 attempts).

The quarterbacks with the most consecutive games completing at least 70 percent of their passes and a passer rating of 110 or higher in a single season in NFL history (min. 10 attempts):

PLAYER TEAM SEASON CONSECUTIVE GAMES
Patrick Mahomes# Kansas City 2018 5
Russell Wilson Seattle 2015 5
       
Jimmy Garoppolo San Francisco 2019 4*
*Active streak  
#Named Associated Press Most Valuable Player  

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DUCK HUNTING FOR WINS: In Week 14, Pittsburgh rookie quarterback DEVLIN HODGES led the Steelers to a 23-17 win over the Arizona Cardinals, marking his third-career win in his third-career start.

With a win against Buffalo on Sunday Night Football (8:20 PM ET, NBC), Hodges would tie VIRGIL CARTER (four wins in 1968) and PHIL SIMMS (four in 1979) for the third-longest streak of wins by a rookie quarterback to begin a career in the Super Bowl era (1966-present).

The rookie quarterbacks with the most consecutive wins to begin their careers in the Super Bowl era:

PLAYER TEAM SEASON CONSECUTIVE WINS  
Ben Roethlisberger Pittsburgh 2004 13  
Mike Kruczek Pittsburgh 1976 6  
Virgil Carter Chicago 1968 4  
Phil Simms New York Giants 1979 4  
         
Devlin Hodges Pittsburgh 2019 3*  
*Active streak

Additionally, with a win, Hodges would become the first undrafted rookie quarterback to win each of his first four starts in the common draft era (1967-present).

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TEN AGAIN: New Orleans wide receiver MICHAEL THOMAS – who leads the NFL with 121 receptions and 1,424 receiving yards this season – had 11 receptions for 134 yards and a touchdown in Week 14, marking his seventh game with at least 10 receptions in 2019.

With at least 10 receptions against Indianapolis on Monday Night Football (8:15 PM ET, ESPN), Thomas would surpass ANDRE JOHNSON (seven games in 2008) and WES WELKER (seven in 2009) for the most games with at least 10 receptions in a season in NFL history.

The players with the most games with at least 10 receptions in a season in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM SEASON GAMES
Andre Johnson Houston 2008 7
Michael Thomas New Orleans 2019 7*
Wes Welker New England 2009 7
*Entering Sunday  

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GURLEY AMONG GREATS: Los Angeles Rams running back TODD GURLEY has 10 total touchdowns this season (nine rushing, one receiving), having rushed for a touchdown in each of his past two games. Gurley, who is in his fifth NFL season, leads the NFL with 66 touchdowns since entering the league in 2015.

With a touchdown on Sunday at Dallas (4:25 PM ET, FOX), Gurley would tie ADRIAN PETERSON (67 touchdowns) for the fifth-most touchdowns through a player’s first five seasons in NFL history.

The players with the most total touchdowns in their first five seasons in NFL history:

PLAYER TEAM SEASONS TOUCHDOWNS
LaDainian TomlinsonHOF San Diego 2001-05 80
Emmitt SmithHOF Dallas 1990-94 75
Shaun Alexander Seattle 2000-04 72
Jerry RiceHOF San Francisco 1985-89 70
Adrian Peterson Minnesota 2007-11 67
       
Todd Gurley St. Louis/Los Angeles Rams 2015-19 66*
*In fifth season  

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Thursday Night NFL Football features QB Lamar Jackson & Baltimore Ravens

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Jets-Ravens Thursday at 8:20 PM ET on FOX, NFL Network & Amazon Prime Video​

‘NFL GameDay Kickoff’ Airs at 6:00 PM ET From Baltimore

‘FOX NFL Thursday’ Airs From New York City at 7:30 PM ET

The 2019 season of Thursday Night Football Presented by Bud Light Platinum concludes Thursday, December 12 when MVP candidate Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens host quarterback Sam Darnold and the New York Jets at 8:20 PM ET on FOX, NFL Network and Amazon Prime Video.

Play-by-play announcer Joe Buck and analyst Troy Aikman, along with reporters Erin Andrews and Kristina Pink call the action from Baltimore. Additionally, FOX’s NFL Rules expert Mike Pereira joins to give explanations on officiating and rules throughout the game. On Amazon Prime Video, Prime members can choose to watch the FOX broadcast, the FOX Deportes Spanish language coverage, or Prime Video exclusive commentary from Hannah Storm and Andrea Kremer or U.K. English language broadcasters Derek Rae and Tommy Smyth.

Fans can also stream Jets-Ravens through NFL, FOX and FOX Deportes digital properties, Amazon Prime Video and Twitch. The game is also available to all fans on mobile through NFL digital properties (NFL App, NFL Fantasy and NFL.com mobile web), on Yahoo Sports and other Verizon Media properties, and on club sites and apps of the Jets and Ravens. All of the ways to watch are listed at NFL.com/TNF.

During the Jets-Ravens game, the first tight end to make the NFL 100 All-Time Team will be announced. The NFL 100 All-Time Team series continues Friday at 8:00 PM ET on NFL Network, revealing the offensive linemen and tight ends.

Coverage from Baltimore kicks off at 3:00 PM ET on NFL Network with TNF First Look, hosted by Andrew Siciliano.

At 6:00 PM ET on NFL Network, NFL GameDay Kickoff previews the Jets-Ravens matchup from Baltimore, with host Colleen Wolfe and analysts Joe ThomasSteve Smith Sr. and Michael Irvin live from M&T Bank Stadium.

Among the topics discussed this week on NFL GameDay Kickoff include:

  • How Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson has forever changed the quarterback position
  • Who is the biggest threat to the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC?
  • Where would Lamar JacksonSam Darnold and Baker Mayfield land in a re-draft of the 2018 NFL Draft?
  • NFL 100 Generations – This week on NFL 100 Generations, New York Jets safety Jamal Adams sits down with Pro Football Hall of Fame safety Brian Dawkins

Also at 6:00 PM ETNFL GameDay View streams on NFL.com with Andrew HawkinsCynthia Frelund and Gregg Rosenthal previewing Week 15. Hawkins and Rosenthal give their picks on which teams will win in Week 15, while Frelund provides her Week 15 projections. This edition of NFL GameDay View re-airs on Saturday at 8:00 AM and Midnight ET on NFL Network.

At 7:30 PM ET on FOX, NFL Network, Amazon Prime Video and Yahoo Sports on mobile, FOX NFL Thursday airs from New York City with analysts Michael StrahanTony Gonzalez and Reggie Bush, and insider Peter Schrager providing the final say leading up to Jets-Ravens.

FOX Deportes’ coverage kicks off at 7:30 PM ET live from M&T Bank Stadium. Hosts Rodolfo Landeros and Jessi Losada join play-by-play announcer Adrian Garcia-Marquez, former Arizona Cardinals offensive lineman and analyst Rolando Cantu, and reporter Jaime Motta. An edition of NFLEROS, the network’s weekly NFL program, airs immediately after Jets-Ravens.

At halftime on FOX, NFL Network and Amazon Prime Video, Strahan, Gonzalez and Bush break down the first half. Following the game, Wolfe, Thomas, Smith Sr. and Irvin host the postgame show from M&T Bank Stadium and are joined by a star of the game live on-set, exclusively on NFL Network.

Additional postgame coverage continues at 12 Midnight ET with Scott HansonLindsay RhodesWillie McGinestJames Jones and David Carr on NFL Total Access.

Live game audio of Thursday Night Football will be broadcast nationally by Westwood One, and carried on SiriusXM and the TuneIn app. For a full listing of Thursday Night Football viewing options, fans can visit NFL.com/TNF.

 

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