NFL 2022 Week 11 early inactives: Lamar Jackson is officially active
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Every week we bring you all the inactives from the 1 p.m. ET games in one post, constantly updated with the latest information.
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was absent from the team’s final practice of the week because of an illness, but he won’t be missing from the field on Sunday. Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said on Friday that Jackson was set to play despite being sick and he is officially active for Baltimore’s home date with the Panthers.
As expected, tight end Mark Andrew is also back in action after missing a game with knee and shoulder injuries. Running back Gus Edwards was the third Ravens player listed as questionable and he is out with a hamstring injury.
Seahawks linebacker Darrell Taylor committed one of the weirdest penalties you’ll ever see in an NFL game on Sunday — except that it wasn’t a penalty, because the officials didn’t see it. It happened on the Raiders’ first offensive play, an interception thrown by Derek Carr to Seahawks safety Quandre Diggs. The video of the [more]
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) Matt Rhule said he had plenty of options after he got fired by the Carolina Panthers. Nebraska introduced Rhule as its coach on Monday, exactly seven weeks after the Panthers fired him five games into his third season. ''I am here because this is the right fit, it's the right time,'' Rhule said.
Purdue quarterback Aidan O'Connell returned home with his family following last weekend's victory at Indiana. As the Boilermakers began preparing for their first Big Ten championship game, their starting quarterback and uncontested leader remained in Illinois with his family as they mourned the recent death of O'Connell's oldest brother, Sean. ''He played his heart out for his teammates and gave us a great effort,'' coach Jeff Brohm said Monday, describing O'Connell's performance two days earlier.
One week ago, Jets players were saying the offense is "sorry" and liking tweets critical of Wilson. The mood has flipped thanks to their new starting QB, who doesn't figure to hand the job back anytime soon.