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GREEN BAY, Wis. — Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will have surgery on his broken right collarbone “in the near future,” coach Mike McCarthy said Monday.

The quarterback’s season “potentially could be over,” but when asked if he’d consider bringing in a veteran quarterback, McCarthy was clear.

“I’ve got three years invested in Brett Hundley, two years invested in Joe Callahan,” McCarthy said. “The quarterback room is exactly where it needs to be, OK? We’re fortunate to have a great quarterback in Aaron Rodgers. We’re committed to the path that we’re on. We need to play better as a football team.”

McCarthy was adamant that he plans to go forward with Hundley as his starter and Callahan, who was promoted from the practice squad on Monday, as the backup. It’s possible the Packers might add a practice-squad or No. 3 developmental quarterback.

The team won’t make a decision on Rodgers until after the procedure, so he remains on the roster.

Hundley, who replaced Rodgers in Sunday’s 23-10 loss to the Minnesota Vikings, will make his first start Sunday against the New Orleans Saints at Lambeau Field. At this time, there has been no consideration given to bringing in a veteran such as Colin Kaepernick, Robert Griffin III or even Tony Romo.

Rodgers broke his right collarbone after Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr hit him in the first quarter Sunday. The quarterback was rolling out to his right with Barr pressuring him. As Rodgers threw, Barr hit him in the midsection and drove him into the turf, where Rodgers landed on his shoulder.

McCarthy took issue with Barr’s hit.

“He’s out of the pocket, he’s clearly expecting to get hit,” McCarthy said. “To pin him to the ground like that, I felt it was an illegal act. To sit here and lose any of your players on something like that, it doesn’t feel very good. Yeah, I didn’t like the hit. It was unnecessary … totally unnecessary, in my opinion.”

Vikings coach Mike Zimmer thought the hit was clean.
“We’re playing football,” Zimmer said. “It’s unfortunate that he got hurt but I think everything was above board. We’re not a dirty football team. We’ll never be a dirty football team as long as I’m here. We’re going to play within the rules and sometimes things happen.”

Rodgers missed seven starts in 2013 when he broke his left collarbone. This time he is expected to be out longer because it’s his throwing shoulder. Rodgers did not have surgery four years ago.

Hundley threw one touchdown pass and three interceptions in relief of Rodgers. Two of the interceptions came on deflected passes. The former fifth-round pick out of UCLA played well in his rookie preseason in 2015, when he led the league in exhibition passing yards while throwing seven touchdown passes and one interception.

“He brings a lot of tools to the table,” Packers offensive coordinator Edgar Bennett said. “I think it all starts with his overall preparation and his command in the huddle. You look at the way he’s performed in the preseason, I think he’s a unique player. Go back to his college days, the plays that he made stood out. We know that we have a player that we have all the confidence in.”

After Sunday’s game, the mood in the Packers’ locker room was somber.

“It’s devastating, no question about it,” Packers receiver Randall Cobb said. “First and foremost, it’s one of my closest friends, so to see him go down with that, it’s tough. But we’ve still got to play football. We’ve got a long season ahead of us, and we’ve got to figure out what we’re going to do.”

On Monday, McCarthy tried to turn the attention forward even though there are other injury issues on the offensive line (where three starters dropped out Sunday) and in the secondary (where three starters were inactive and a fourth, cornerback Quinten Rollins, was placed on injured reserve to make room for Callahan).

“We are ready and fired up to go get them Saints,” McCarthy said. “I mean, that’s the mood, it was important to shift gears. We took the later part of our meetings today and focused on getting on to the Saints video. We usually wait ’til Wednesday to do that. Had a bunch of corrections to go through by segment to the offense, defense, special teams. But we’re looking forward to playing again after our performance yesterday.”

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Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Martavis Bryant has requested a trade, a source confirmed to ESPN’s Dan Graziano.

The request was made weeks ago, the source said.

Early indications are the Steelers do not plan to trade Bryant, sources tell ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler.

Bryant spoke with Steelers coaches ahead of Week 5 game, asking to be more involved in the offense. According to Bryant, he’s upset with target share distribution and sub packages that swap him out for rookie JuJu Smith-Schuster.

Bryant returned this year from a one-year drug suspension and is signed through 2018.

News of the trade was first reported by NFL Network.

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FRISCO, Texas — Local 100 of the United Labor Unions filed a complaint against the Dallas Cowboys on Tuesday, alleging owner and general manager Jerry Jones has violated the National Labor Relations Act by threatening players if they choose not to stand for the national anthem.

Jones said earlier this week if a player “disrespects the flag” and national anthem by not standing, then the player will not play.

According to the filing to the National Labor Relations Board, “the employer, evidenced by repeated public statements, is attempting to threaten, coerce and intimidate all Dallas Cowboys players on the roster in order to prevent them from exercising concerted activity protected under the act by saying that he will fire any players involved in such concerted activity.”

Jones has said players will not play, not that they would be fired, if they do not stand for the anthem, but Wade Rathke, Local 100s chief organizer, said that is a “distinction without difference when it comes to the law.”

The Cowboys will not comment on the filing, according to a spokesman. The NFL has declined to comment.

“You can’t discipline somebody for something that is a right they have under the law, whether that discipline be termination or benching or giving a slap on the wrist or writing up in their files they’ve been a bad boy,” Rathke said. “That’s just not what they can do when it comes to concerted activities. I know in the modern age people think workers shouldn’t have rights, but they still do. This union was offended by those comments. Mr. Jones just got carried away being a rich guy and there’s no laws he has to respect.”

According to Rathke, the NLRB will assign a field agent to investigate the claim and if there is a determination that there is a violation of the act it will go to trial if no settlement is reached.

“I’m hoping this doesn’t go to hell and back on the labor board,” Rathke said. “I think Mr. Jones should just say, ‘I stepped out of line.’ Fine. … We’re not looking for blood.”

According to the NFL’s game manual, players are not required to stand for the anthem; however, it is written that they “should” stand at attention.

On Tuesday, commissioner Roger Goodell sent a letter to NFL teams expressing a belief that “everyone should stand for the national anthem” and that the dispute surrounding the issue is “threatening to erode the unifying power of our game.” He spoke of a plan that will be reviewed with the teams at next week’s league meeting, which would “include such elements as an in-season platform to promote the work of our players on these core issues.”

President Donald Trump has called on NFL owners since last month to fire players who do not stand for the anthem, saying their protest “disrespects the flag” and the country.

Before their Sept. 25 game against the Arizona Cardinals, the Cowboys players, coaches and staff, including Jones, stood locked arm in arm and took a knee before the anthem. During the anthem, they stood arm in arm. In the past two games, the Cowboys have stood on the sideline as they had before President Trump’s initial comments.

Defensive linemen Damontre Moore and David Irving raised their fists at the end of the national anthem before Sunday’s game against the Green Bay Packers. They told Cowboys coach Jason Garrett that they did so “well after” the anthem, and the coach said they would not be disciplined.

Speaking on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas on Tuesday, Jones left open the opportunity for a player to have a form of silent protest before the anthem — similar to the way the Cowboys handled the situation before the anthem in Arizona as a team — or after the anthem.

“If we’re going to have any other recognition the place to have it is before the anthem in my view and be real clear that it’s not associated with the anthem,” Jones said. “I think it’s real important for our players that they have that to reply to anybody whether they’re asking them to express themselves or not that the way we do it where I work, where I earn my livelihood, is that we stand for the flag.”

When asked if he would really sit a player like Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott and Dez Bryant, Jones initially deferred.

“The policy and my actions are going to be that if you’re not honoring, standing for the flag in a way that a lot of our fans feel that you should, if that’s not the case, then you won’t play,” Jones said, noting that his stance is “nothing new.” He added, “As far as whether or not I will basically institute or basically do what I said, I just would say that the implication that we’re not respecting the flag … is just not going to be accepted and so I would just ask anybody to look at my record relative to what I say I’m going to do and you go from there.”

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HOUSTON — Texans defensive end J.J. Watt suffered a tibial plateau fracture in his left leg on Sunday on the Kansas City Chiefs’ first drive of the game. He is out indefinitely.

Watt will undergo further testing on the leg. His recovery timetable is uncertain, sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Watt fell to the ground while engaged in a block in the Texans’ 42-26 loss. The Texans later announced the diagnosis.

“I don’t have a ton of information about it, but I feel terrible for the guy,” Texans coach Bill O’Brien said. “But with that being said, just knowing him and knowing the type of guy that he is, he’s an amazing human being. And he will work extremely hard to be back to play for this football team. I know that.”

Dallas Cowboys middle linebacker Anthony Hitchens suffered a tibial plateau fracture in August and was given a recovery timetable of eight weeks. Dallas receiver Dez Bryant suffered a tibial plateau fracture last season and missed three games.

Watt was seen exiting the X-ray room on crutches before he left the stadium in an ambulance.

Watt was helped to the sideline by the Texans’ training staff, and he was looked at in the sideline tent before being taken off on a cart.

Watt’s younger brother T.J. Watt, a linebacker for the Pittsburgh Steelers, tweeted his support.

The three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year missed the last 13 games of the 2016 regular season because of a back injury. He played in his first regular-season game since his September 2016 back surgery in this season’s opener against the Jacksonville Jaguars. In four games, Watt had 13 tackles, but he did not have a sack.

Texans outside linebacker Whitney Mercilus injured his chest on the same drive and also did not return.

“That’s tough [to lose Watt and Mercilus],” O’Brien said. “But at the end of the day, that’s not an excuse. We have to do better in all three phases. I thought we competed until the end, and the next guys are going to have to step up and play.

“Guys get hurt, and the next guy in the team meeting room at that position needs to step up.”.

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Outside linebacker Markus Golden’s season-ending knee injury has forced the Cardinals to do some shuffling at their linebacker spots.

Kareem Martin will start in place of Golden, and the return of Deone Bucannon at money linebacker gives coaches the freedom to move first-round pick Haason Reddick to outside linebacker. He could back up Martin in the base defense and become a key part of nickel and dime packages.

“That’s up to the coaches’ discretion,” Reddick said. “I was asked to help out there, which I’m willing to do, but how much I play or how often I’m there, I’m not sure. Learning on the fly is part of the job.”

Reddick was an excellent pass rusher in his last two years at Temple, and his flexibility gives coordinator James Bettcher options in how to use him.

Reddick, from Paterson, N.J., will have plenty and family friends at the game in Philadelphia.

“Expecting a lot, almost the whole city,” Reddick said.

The Cardinals will leave Arizona on Friday, which should give Reddick time to take some teammates to his favorite place for cheesesteaks: Max’s on Germantown Avenue.

“I’ve been bragging about it, tell them what’s the right way (to order),” he said. “I get it with mayonnaise, ketchup, American cheese. I don’t put onions on it. I don’t do Cheez Whiz. Cheez Whiz is a tourist attraction. Anybody that’s really from the area, I’ve never seen them put Cheez Whiz on their cheesesteaks. That’s a little bizarre.”

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Roster moves

On Tuesday, Scooby Wright was promoted from the practice squad. He’s an inside linebacker, so he and Josh Bynes are now the backups to Bucannon and Karlos Dansby.

Earlier in the week, the Cardinals considered promoting one of their two outside linebackers on the practice squad, but that hasn’t happened.

The Cardinals lost one of those players, Obum Gwacham, on Tuesday. He signed with the Jets. Gwacham signed with the Cardinals on Sept. 4.

Linebacker Earl Okine remains on the practice squad. On Wednesday, the Cardinals announced they signed outside linebacker Vontarrius Dora to the practice squad. Dora, 6-feet-4-inches and 256 pounds, spent most of last season on the Broncos’ practice squad. He was released by the Broncos after this year’s preseason games.

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Injury report

Left tackle D.J. Humphries (knee) and defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche (calf) did not practice on Wednesday.

Guard Alex Boone (pectoral) was limited, and Arians is hopeful Boone will be able to play against the Eagles.

Also limited on Wednesday were receiver John Brown (quadriceps), linebacker Josh Bynes (groin), Dansby (knee), defensive tackle Josh Mauro (calf) and receiver J.J. Nelson (hamstring and tooth).

Four Eagles did not practice: defensive tackle Fletcher Cox (calf), cornerback Ronald Darby (ankle), defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan (heel) and running back Wendell Smallwood (knee).
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Guard/tackle Earl Watford, who left the team for Jacksonville via free agency in the spring, re-joined the Cardinals this week.

The Jaguars cut Watford at the end of the preseason, and he spent the last month hoping a new team, or his old one, would call. Watford didn’t screen his calls.

“If it was a 1-855 or a 1-800, I was still going to answer it,” he said. “I didn’t really care. Just somebody call me.”
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Arians and his wife, Christine, have launched the Arizona Family Foundation Gift Shop on the foundation’s website,

All proceeds from the gift shop go directly to the foundation, which is partnering with New Era and State Forty Eight.

Items available for purchase include New Era Cardinals hats and “No Risk it No Biscuit” T-shirts by State Forty Eight.

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President Donald Trump criticized NFL players who lodge protests during the pregame national anthem, saying Friday night that he wished those players would be released and encouraging fans who are offended to walk out of stadiums.

Speaking at a political rally in Huntsville, Alabama, Trump said: “Wouldn’t you love to see one of these NFL owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, to say, ‘Get that son of a b—- off the field right now. Out. He’s fired! He’s fired!”

Trump said the protests are “hurting the game.”

Then-San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick began the wave of protests when he sat during the national anthem before a preseason game in August 2016. During the regular season, Kaepernick modified his protest and knelt during the anthem.

Trump didn’t mention Kaepernick or any other NFL player specifically during the speech.

Kaepernick opted out of his contract with the 49ers during the offseason. He has not been signed by a new team since then. Several players have continued to protest during the anthem this season.

“The only thing you could do better,” Trump said, “is if you see it, even if it’s just one player, leave the stadium. I guarantee things will stop. Things will stop. Just pick up and leave. Pick up and leave. Not the same game anymore, anyway.”

Trump went on to say referees are “ruining the game” by calling 15-yard penalties for “beautiful” tackles. He also said that NFL ratings are down “massively, massively,” because people prefer watching him. NFL ratings dropped 8 percent in 2016 compared with 2015.

An NFL spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment on what Trump said.

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OAKLAND, Calif. — With less than 13 minutes remaining in a blowout win over the New York Jets, Beast Mode switched to dance mode.

The home crowd loved it. The Jets didn’t.

Several Jets players admitted they were embarrassed and angered by Marshawn Lynch’s sideline dance, which was caught on the JumboTron. He grooved to “I’m really from Oakland,” featuring Vell and DJ Mustard — one of the highlight moments in the Oakland Raiders’ 45-20 win Sunday at Oakland Alameda-Coliseum.

“It irks my ever-living nerves,” linebacker Jordan Jenkins said. “When I saw it happening, it was infuriating. … That pissed me off. I’m an old-school guy. I don’t like when things like that happen. That was embarrassing, losing like that and having Marshawn dance like that.

“Great player, but seeing that happen, that should infuriate the whole team. It should infuriate everybody and we should have a good response coming into next Sunday.”

The Jets were down 35-13 at the time of Lynch’s sideline show. They were in a sour mood because their defense wound up allowing 400 total yards for the second straight week and the most points in 34 games under coach Todd Bowles.

“We’re upset because it seems like he was rubbing it in our face,” nose tackle Steve McLendon said. “But he’s winning, man. He can do whatever he wants to do.”

Linebacker Darron Lee added, “It’s their house — they can do whatever they wants — but as a competitor, as a defender, you don’t like to see that type of stuff. It’s demoralizing, but we have to bow up and keep fighting.”

Lynch grew up in Oakland and this was his first home game after coming out of retirement and signing with the Raiders. He rushed for 45 yards on 12 carries, including a 2-yard touchdown run that made it 21-10.

As usual, Lynch didn’t have much to say afterward. Asked how it felt to electrify the crowd with his dance, he said, “It felt good.”

Jenkins said he wasn’t mad at Lynch, per se, just the situation.

“When you perform like that, when you beat a team like they did to us, you have to celebrate,” he said. “It sucks being on the losing end of it, but that’s football. That comes with it.

“You have to take losses like a man. Guys dancing around, you can get mad at them — you’re supposed to. That’s football. You don’t blame it on unsportsmanlike.

“He fights. He earned every bit of what he did today. I’m not going to take that away from him. Of course, I’m going to be pissed off at him for dancing like that, but that’s sports. That’s not unsportsmanlike at all.”

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TEMPE, Ariz. — The two-to-three month projections for Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson to return from surgery to repair his dislocated wrist may have been a bit premature.

Cardinals coach Bruce Arians is hoping the All-Pro is “possibly” back between Thanksgiving and Christmas — 11 to 15 weeks from now — he said Tuesday night on SiriusXM NFL Radio.

Arians’ initial prognosis was that Johnson would be out 8 to 12 weeks. He said Tuesday night that Johnson is scheduled to have surgery this week to repair his wrist, which was injured during Sunday’s loss to the Detroit Lions. The Cardinals placed Johnson on injured reserve Tuesday, which means he would be out for a minimum of eight weeks and is eligible to return any time after that.

The Cardinals have been in a situation like this before, Arians said.

He said the Cardinals drafted Johnson in 2015 to play behind Andre Ellington that season. Then Ellington got hurt early in the year, and then Chris Johnson got hurt in Week 12, paving the way for David Johnson.

“It’s a great opportunity for Kerwynn Williams and Andre,” Arians said. “We’ll get Chris Johnson back up to speed.”

The Cardinals re-signed Chris Johnson on Tuesday. Arians said Johnson was the final cut he made to reduce the roster to 53 players.

“It was a really hard one,” Arians said. “He was just getting back into good shape, and I look forward to having him back.”