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See the latest news and rumors around the NFL from Week 11 action.

November 20, 2015

By Tom Downey, Chat Sports

With a win against the Tennessee Titans on Thursday, the Jacksonville Jaguars’ playoff hopes are still alive, as they are now just a half game back in the AFC South.

The Carolina Panthers and New England Patriots are the final remaining undefeated teams in the NFL, 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.

Peyton Manning hasn’t been involved in the Denver Broncos’ preparation for their game against the Chicago Bears, reports NFL.com’s James Palmer. Manning hasn’t attended a practice or meeting all week and will not start Sunday.

Tony Romo returned to practice Thursday for the Dallas Cowboys, according to ESPN. It’s the first time Romo has practiced with Dallas’ first team offense since sustaining a fractured collarbone in Week 2.

• The Cowboys and Carolina Panthers unveiled their “Color Rush” alternate jerseys for their Thanksgiving Day Matchup.

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• Houston Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins missed his second straight day of practice, reports the Houston Chronicle. Hopkins is still expected to play this weekend against the New York Jets.

• The Washington Redskins have signed running back Christine Michael to their practice squad, reports The Washington Post. Michael was cut by the Cowboys earlier this week.

• Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was limited in practice Wednesday, but was a full participant Thursday, according to CBS Sports.

• Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte isn’t worrying about speculation that he won’t be on the team next season, reports the Chicago Sun-Times.

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• Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Greg Schiano compared Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to Joe Montana on ESPN’s Mike and Mike.

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