Josh McCown back on the bench
The news moves Josh McCown back to his normal role as the team's backup. McCown started the past four games for Cutler, throwing nine touchdowns and one interception over that span. Despite McCown's strong play, head coach Marc Trestman has been adamant that Cutler would be the team's starter once he has healthy again.
Ed Reed rested on Thursday
The absence of
Jay Cutler starting Week 15
Cutler was able to get through full practice Thursday, and head coach Marc Trestman announced him as the starter Week 15. Cutler has missed the past four games due to an ankle injury. He had been replaced by Josh McCown. Despite McCown's strong play, it was made clear that Cutler would be named the starter once he was healthy.
Two top Bills questionable for Week 15 game
Gus Bradley said both running back
Lance Briggs participates in practice Thursday
Briggs wore a helmet, and was able to take part in position drills while the media watched practice. He's been sidelined the past six games due to a shoulder injury. It was his first practice since he suffered the injury October 20. Briggs was listed as limited in practice.
Kiko Alonso limited, but set to play against Jaguars
Eddie Lacy not practicing Thursday
Lacy is dealing with an ankle injury, and is not expected to try and practice until Friday. Head coach Mike McCarthy said he was optimistic that Lacy would play Sunday.
Greg Toler out Thursday after working Wednesday session
It appeared Wednesday that
Three Cowboys miss practice with hamstring injuries
All three players are dealing with hamstring injuries. Claiborne has missed the past two games due to the injury.
Greg Olsen back at practice
Olsen missed Wednesday's practice due to a knee injury. He's coming off a strong game, in which he received 12 targets. As long as Olsen doesn't suffer any setbacks during practice, he should be good to go for Week 15.
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