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six games because of an injured throwing shoulder when Miami visits the Indianapolis Colts.Tannehill will be without tight end A.J. Derby [url=http://www.officialpatriotslockerroom.com/elite-james-harrison-jersey]Authentic James Harrison Jersey[/url] , who will miss his sixth game since Sept. 23 with foot and knee injuries. Nick O’Leary is starting in his place.Colts center Ryan Kelly is out with a sprained ligament in his left knee.Arizona’s Budda Baker, who is fourth among defensive backs with 73 tackles, is inactive for the Cardinals‘ game against the Chargers in Los Angeles. It is the second straight game the second-year defensive back has missed due to a knee injury.Broncos inside linebacker Brandon Marshall missed his third consecutive game with a knee injury while Pittsburgh’s Chukwuma Okorafor started in place of right tackle Marcus Gilbert, who missed his fifth straight game with a knee injury.In the early games, Tom Brady started at quarterback for the New England Patriots after he had been listed as questionable for their game against the Jets with an illness and a sore knee. He also had his favorite target back as tight end Rob Gronkowski was active after he missed the Patriots’ last two games with ankle and back injuries.The Jets got wide receiver Robby Anderson back after he missed New York’s last game two weeks ago with an ankle injury. Left guard James Carpenter was out with a shoulder injury and starting safety Marcus Maye was also sidelined with shoulder and thumb injuries.Two of the league’s top wide receivers were inactive with Bengals star A.J. Green out for the third straight game with a toe injury and the Panthers‘ Devin Funchess out with a back injury.The Panthers did catch a break with veteran wide receiver Torrey Smith returning from a four-week absence due to a knee injury, while the Seahawks had top wide receiver active after Doug Baldwin had been called a game-time decision by coach Pete Carroll because of a groin injury.Jaguars defensive tackle Marcell Dareus was inactive due to a back injury, missing his first trip back to Buffalo since the Bills traded him to Jacksonville last season.Bills tight end Charles Clay missed his second game due to a hamstring injury, while rookie Wyatt Teller started his second consecutive game at left guard in place of Vladimir Ducasse.Lamar Jackson started again for Baltimore in place of injured quarterback Joe Flacco, and running back Alex Collins was inactive for the Ravens‘ game against Oakland with a foot injury.Here are the inactives for Sunday’s games:PITTSBURGH-DENVERSteelers: RT Marcus Gilbert (knee), DE Stephon Tuitt (elbow), QB Mason Rudolph, WR Justin Hunter, S Marcus Allen, LB Matthew Thomas, OT Zach BannerBroncos: ILB Brandon Marshall (knee), S Dymonte Thomas (ankle), S Shamarko Thomas, ILB Alexander Johnson, DE DeMarcus Walker, G Sam Jones, G Nico FalahMIAMI-INDIANAPOLISDolphins: QB David Fales, WR Jakeem Grant, G Isaac Asiata, C Wesley Johnson, OT Zach Sterup, DE Jonathan Woodard, TE A.J. DerbyColts: TE Mo Alie-Cox, OL Denzelle Good, TE Ryan Hewitt, C Ryan Kelly, DT Hassan Ridgeway, TE Erik Swoope, RB Jonathan WilliamsARIZONA-LOS ANGELES CHARGERSCardinals: QB Charles Kanoff, WR Chad Williams, LB Deone Bucannon, S Rudy Ford, S Budda Baker, OL D.J. 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Green, LT Cordy Glenn, WR Josh Malone, CB Dre Kirkpatrick, LB Nick Vigil, DL Christian Ringo, DL Kasim EdebaliSEATTLE-CAROLINASeahawks: RB C.J. Prosise, C Joey Hunt, G Jordan Simmons, DE Branden Jackson, DT Poona Ford, LB K.J. Wright, CB Kalan ReedPanthers: WR Devin Funchess, RB Kenjon Barner, G Amini Silatolu, G Brendan Mahon, DE Efe Obada, RB Travaris Cadet, LB Andre SmithJACKSONVILLE-BUFFALOJaguars: DT Marcell Dareus, WR DJ Clark Jr., CB Quenton Meeks, DE Lerentee McCray, OL Josh Walker, OL Corey Robinson, OL RB Dave WilliamsBills: QB Derek Anderson, WR Ray-Ray McCloud, CB Ryan Lewis, TE Charles Clay, OL Vladimir Ducasse, OL Ike Boettger, OL Conor McDermottSAN FRANCISCO-TAMPA BAY49ers: LB Reuben Foster, WR Pierre Garcon, G Joshua Garnett, WR Marquise Goodwin [url=http://www.officialpatriotslockerroom.com/elite-john-hannah-jersey]John Hannah Jersey[/url] , RB Alfred Morris, T Shon Coleman, D.J. JonesBuccaneers: QB Ryan Griffin, LB Lavonte David, S Justin Evans, CB M.J. Stewart, RB Ronald Jones II, S Godwin Igwebuike, DT Rakeem Nunez-Roches There are a lot of things Odell Beckham Jr. doesn't like these days.It starts off with losing and the New York Giants' 1-5 record. He doesn't like the continual questions about his recent ESPN interview in which he criticized the team's energy on the field and its offensive schemes.New York Giants co-owner John Mara saying earlier this week the NFL's highest -paid receiver needs to make more headlines on the field than off didn't draw much of a response.And there's one more thing. Despite cramping in two of the last three games and needing IVs, Beckham isn't a big fan of water.Go figure?Beckham hit all those topics Friday before the Giants practiced for Monday night's game in Atlanta against the disappointing and banged-up Falcons (2-4).The hot topic was Beckham's reaction to Mara's criticism. It was the first time the owner had spoken publicly since Beckham's ill-advised comments in an interview before a game against Carolina on Oct. 7."I respect and value his opinion, obviously, so that's what we're going to do," said Beckham, who added he has not spoken to Mara specifically about the owner's comments. "Like I said, focus on Atlanta right now and that's really it."Beckham reiterated he has no regrets for his comments in the ESPN interview, noting he tries not to have any regrets in life. He refused to say whether the team fined him.His biggest concern was the Giants' record and what he and his teammates could do to change things."We need to start winning games and everybody needs to pick it up," Beckham said. "I need to play better. I can't say that I've had my best season. I can't say that I've done enough to help this team win and I need to do more. Everybody needs to do more. Everybody's got to pick it up. We win games together, we lose them together. There's no other way around it. It's a team sport."Beckham's faith in beleaguered quarterback Eli Manning has not wavered. He said he stands in the huddle all the time and tells Manning, "Take me home, 10.""He knows what he's doing," the 25-year-old said of the two-time Super Bowl MVP. "He's the most prepared of anybody I've ever seen and that's exactly what I say, 'Take me home,' so we're going to start picking it up. We got to. We have no other choice."While he has only one touchdown catch, Beckham leads the team with 45 receptions for 506 yards.Beckham said a couple of wins before the bye week would do a lot to reduce the focus on the negative things surrounding the team, which came into the year under new coach Pat Shurmur looking to rebound from a 3-13 season.The Giants have had 11 days to prepare for this game and Beckham used some of the time to take a step back and clear his head. He's back in football mode."You work 10 hours a day, I say this all the time, 10 hours a day for 60 minutes of football," he said. "Those 60 minutes are crucial, so we need to take advantage of every minute of it."Coincidentally, Beckham has missed a couple of minutes in two of the last three days because he needed an IV after becoming dehydrated."I really don't like water," he said matter-of-factly. "I'm trying, I just really don't like when you get that stomach feeling, it's all slushy, like I'm trying to stay hydrated. Sometimes I just got to get an IV, it's just necessary. You're cramping in both calves, it's hard to run and make cuts and if you're cramping and dehydrated, you're susceptible to something else, so I'm trying to stay on top of it the best that I can."NOTES: LT Nate Solder and WR Russell Shepard were limited in practice for the second straight day with neck problems. ... WR/KR Jawill Davis did not practice Friday because of a concussion. ... The Giants signed receiver Corey Coleman to their practice squad. He was the 15th overall selection by the Browns in the 2016 draft. Cleveland traded him to the Buffalo Bills, who released him on Sept. 1. He spent 10 days with the Patriots before being waived. ... WR Kalif Raymond was released from the practice squad.
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