By Brian Rauf, Chat Sports
The Cincinnati Bengals host the Houston Texans on Monday night, wrapping up an exciting Week 10 of the NFL season. Cincinnati will try to pick up its ninth win of the season to remain undefeated.
Check out the latest NFL news and rumors below.
• Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning has a partially torn plantar fascia ligament in his left foot, reports ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Manning broke the record for most passing yards of all-time during Sunday’s loss to the Chiefs before being benched in the third quarter.
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• New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman sustained a broken foot in the team’s win over the New York Giants, but he could return for the playoffs, reports Fox Sports’ Mike Garafolo. Schefter reports that Edelman will have surgery to repair the damage on Monday.
• Giants wide receiver Victor Cruzannounced that he will have season-ending calf surgery. The injury has kept Cruz off the field all season.
• Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam told reporters he won’t make any changes to the coaching staff during the team’s bye week. Cleveland has an NFL-worst 2–8 record this season.
• The Arizona Cardinalsannounced that guard Mike Iupati has been released from the hospital and that his MRI and CT scan came back normal. Iupati had to be carried off the field after a helmet-to-helmet hit in the team’s win over the Seattle Seahawks.
• The Philadelphia Eagles announced that running back Ryan Mathewssustained a concussion in the team’s loss to the Dolphins. Quarterback Sam Bradford also left the game with a concussion.
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• The Tennessee Titansannounced after Sunday’s loss to the Panthers that wide receiver Justin Hunter will likely miss the rest of the season with a broken ankle.
• Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Landry Jonessustained an ankle injury in the team’s win over the Browns on Sunday.
• The NFL is investigating the Chicago Bears for not properly following the league’s injury report procedures, reports the NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.