NFL rumors: Latest news entering Week 11 on injuries and more

By Brian Rauf, Chat Sports

The Jacksonville Jaguars and Tennessee Titans will begin 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.

• Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was limited in practice on Wednesday with a shoulder injury, but is expected to play Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings, reports’s Tyler Dragon.

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• An MRI revealed that Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford has a separated shoulder, reports ESPN’s Ed Werder.

• San Diego Chargers wide receiver Malcolm Floyd will retire after the season, reports Tom Krasovic of the San Diego Union-Tribune.

• The Houston Texans claimed quarterback Brandon Weeden off waivers, reports’s Ian Rapoport. The Cowboys cut Weeden on Tuesday.

• Texans starting quarterback Brian Hoyer is expected to miss Sunday’s game against the Jets with a concussion, reports’s Dan Hanzus. T.J. Yates will start in his place, with Weeden serving as the backup.

• The Dallas Cowboys announced they have signed running back Robert Turbin.

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• Washington Redskins running back Silas Redd has been suspended four games for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy, the team announced.

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