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Game day: CJ Stroud doubtful, AJ Green retired

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AJ Green, it’s officially over

Still in the league but very discreet in recent seasons, AJ Green (WR) is now retired.

On Saturday, the Bengals announced that the receiver officially signed a one-day contract to finish his career in Cincinnati. It was the Bengals who selected him in the first round in 2011.

Green will have played 158 games in his career, with the Bengals then the Cardinals. He had 727 receptions for 10,514 yards and 35 touchdowns. He was selected for the Pro Bowl seven times. Green is 35 years old.

CJ Stroud doubtful for Texans’ second game

Will the rookie clash take place between the Colts and the Texans? One of the newbies could be missing.

CJ Stroud (QB, Texans) is listed as doubtful on the latest injury report of the week. The Houston pitcher was hit in the shoulder.

It’s not a new problem. This articulation had already hampered his early university career.

Injuries

– Jerry Jeudy (WR, Broncos) trained normally this week and will make his debut this season this Sunday against the Commanders.

– Chase Young (DE, Commanders) will be on the field to face the Broncos this Sunday. Ron Rivera confirmed that the pass rusher has recovered from his neck injury.

– Oli Udoh (OT, Vikings) injured his quadriceps during Thursday’s game against the Eagles and will be unavailable for the rest of the season. (NFL Media)

– Avonte Maddox (S, Eagles) could have suffered a torn pectoral muscle during the victory against the Vikings, which would mean an end to the season for him too. (ESPN)

They will be absent this Sunday

  • Broncos: Frank Clark (LB, hip), Greg Dulcich (TE, hamstring)
  • Buccaneers: Carlton Davis (CB), Calijah Kancey (DT)
  • Chargers: Austin Ekeler (RB, ankle), Eric Kendricks (LB, hamstring), Chris Rumph (LB, hamstring)
  • Jets: Greg Zuerlein (K, adductor)
  • Raiders: Chandler Jones (DE), Jakobi Meyers (WR)
  • Ravens: Ronny Stanley (OT), Tyler Linderbaum (C), Marcus Williams (S), Marlon Humphrey (CB)
  • Seahawks: Jamal Adams (S), Charles Cross (OT)
  • Texans: Jalen Pitre (S, chest), Jimmie Ward (S, hip)
  • Titans: Amani Hooker (S), Kristian Fulton (CB), Peter Skoronski (OG, illness)

They are uncertain but should play this Sunday

  • Broncos: Jerry Jeudy (WR)
  • Chiefs: Travis Kelce (TE), Chris Jones (DE)
  • Colts: Zack Moss (RB)
  • Commander: Chase Young (DE)
  • Giants: Darren Waller (TE)
  • Raiders: Jimmy Garoppolo (QB), Davante Adams (WR)
  • Rams: Puka Nacua (WR)
  • Seahawks: Devon Witherspoon (CB)
  • Titans: DeAndre Hopkins (WR, ankle)

They are uncertain but should not play this Sunday

  • Cowboys: Brandin Cooks (WR, knee)
  • Packers: Aaron Jones (RB, hamstring), Christian Watson (WR, hamstring)
  • Texans: Laremy Tunsil (LT, knee)

They are still uncertain for this Sunday

  • Bears: Nate Davis (OG, staff)
  • Browns: Amari Cooper (WR, adductors)
  • Cardinals: Budda Baker (S, hamstring)
  • Chargers: Joey Bosa (DE, hamstring)
  • Chiefs: Clyde Edwards-Helaire (RB, ill)
  • Colts: Quenton Nelson (OG, toe)
  • Dolphins: Terron Armstead (OT, back/ankle/knee), Jaelan Phillips (LB, back)
  • Falcons: Jeff Okudah (CB, foot)
  • Giants: Andrew Thomas (LT, hamstring)
  • Packers: Quay Walker (LB, concussion)
  • Patriots: DeVante Parker (WR, knee), Cole Strange (OG, knee), Jonathan Jones (CB, ankle), Trent Brown (OT, concussion)
  • Ravens: Mark Andrews (TE, quads)
  • Seahawks: Devin Bush (LB, shoulder)
  • Texans: CJ Stroud (QB, shoulder)

They are placed on the injured list and will miss at least 4 games

  • 49ers: Samuel Womack (CB)
  • Rams: Jason Taylor II (S)
  • Titans: Jaycee Horn (CB)
  • Vikings: Oli Udoh (OT)

Transactions

The main signings of the day: Austin Seibert (K, Jets), Tim Boyle (QB, Jets)

The main cuts of the day: Trey Sermon (RB, Eagles), Rashaan Evans (LB, Eagles)

In short

– The Bears will be without their offensive coordinator this Sunday. Alan Williams will not take part in the match against the Buccaneers for family reasons.

– The Lions unveiled a bronze statue of Barry Sanders. The former runner becomes the first Lions day to receive such an honor. The statue is located in downtown Detroit.

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