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Monday, November 07, 2005

Monday wrap up

It's all TO all the time.

Just in case you've been living on an island somewhere and missed the weekend news, Terrell Owens has been suspended by the Philadelphia Eagles for conduct detrimental to the team. Head coach Andy Reid announced today Owens has played his last game with the Eagles. Owens does have a hearing on this thanks to the NFLPA, so keep him around for now in case he's released and picked up by another team. It's a longshot, but it's all you've got right now if you've got Owens on your roster. Rookie Reggie Brown will benefit the most.

Chris Baker, TE, Jets. Baker is done for the season thanks to a broken ankle.

Brooks Bollinger, QB, Jets. Bollinger will replace ineffective Vinny Testaverde this week at Carolina.

Wayne Chrbet, WR, Jets. Chrbet was lost for the season thanks to a very serious concussion.

Kyle Boller, QB, Baltimore. Boller will be back in the starting lineup this week for the Ravens against Jacksonville.

Chris Simms, QB, Tampa Bay. Simms will continue as Tampa Bay's starter … for now. Tim Rattay is preparing to get in there.

Thomas Jones, RB, Chicago. Jones injured his ribs and did not return Sunday. Cedric Benson and Adrian Peterson looked good in his place. Look for the team to sit Jones this week to allow him to get completely healthy and see what the other guys can do.

Tony Fisher, RB, Green Bay. Fisher missed Sunday's game against the Steelers with a broken rib. Samkon Gado, an undrafted rookie out of Liberty got the bulk of the carries in his place. Gado finished the game with 26 carries for 62 yards but did score the Packers lone touchdown on a 2-yard run.

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