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Week 11: Wednesday NFL injury roundup
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Week 11: Wednesday NFL injury roundup
Wednesday November 18th, 2015

By Brian Rauf, Chat Sports

The Jacksonville Jaguars and Tennessee Titans will kick off Week 11 of the NFL season on Thursday, marking the first of several games this weekend with potential postseason implications. Jacksonville can move into a tie for first place in the AFC South with a win, and the Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers will meet with first place in the NFC North on the line on Sunday. The Carolina Panthers and New England Patriots are the final remaining undefeated teams, and they will try to keep their records perfect in Week 11 as they face the Washington Redskins and Buffalo Bills, respectively.

Check out the latest NFL news and rumors below.

• Oakland Raiders linebacker Aldon Smith has been suspended for one year for a violation of the league’s substance abuse policy, reports ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

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• The NFL announced that Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel will not face any discipline for a roadside domestic incident in October. The Browns announced that Manziel will start for the remainder of the season after he passed for a career-high 372 yards against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.

• Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman’s broken foot will fkeep him off the field for six to eight weeks, reports NFL Network’s Albert Breer.

• The New York Giants have signed wide receiver Hakeem Nicks, reports Mike Garafolo of Fox Sports. New York placed wideout Victor Cruz on injured reserve earlier this week.

• The Dallas Cowboys announced they have released quarterback Brandon Weeden and running back Christine Michael.

• The Baltimore Ravens announced they have placed rookie wide receiver Breshad Perriman on injured reserve, ending his season. Perriman injured his knee in the preseason and hasn’t played in a game this year.

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• The NFL will not suspend any officials who missed a false start call that would have ended the Jaguars-Ravens game on Sunday, reports ESPN’s Kevin Seifert. Jacksonville won the game with a field goal on an untimed down after the officials missed the false start.

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