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Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Tuesday news and notes

Ben Roethlisberger, QB, Pittsburgh. Roethlisberger is probable to return this week at Indianapolis after being out the last three games.

Marc Bulger, QB, St. Louis. It appears that Bulger could be out the rest of the season with his shoulder injury, which is worse than the one he suffered last month. Downgrade your St. Louis receivers if this is the case. Jamie Martin will be the starter once again.

Tatum Bell, RB, Denver. Bell is questionable to play this week with his bruised chest. Again, don't count on him this week on a short schedule.

Donovan McNabb, QB, Philadelphia. It's official, McNabb's season is done as he was placed on injured reserve.

Darrell Jackson, WR, Seattle. Jackson will get some practice time this week for the Seahawks, but it's unlikely he'll play this week against the Giants as his knee injury is still bothering him. Seattle is easily in control of the NFC West and can afford not to rush Jackson back.

Rex Grossman, QB, Chicago. Grossman could return to full practice this week after running scout team last week. Kyle Orton has played well enough to continue starting, however.

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