The Chicago Bears earned a win without starting quarterback Jay Cutler on Sunday and will attempt to do so again in Week 12, as head coach Marc Trestman ruled out Cutler for the team’s upcoming road matchup with the St. Louis Rams, according to ESPN’s Mike Wright.
Cutler, 30, is dealing with a high ankle sprain that he suffered in the team’s 21-19 loss to the Detroit Lions in Week 10. In his absence, the Bears have relied on backup Josh McCown, who Nike NFL Jerseys Cheap has managed to tally five touchdowns and no interceptions in 2017, leading the team to victories in each of his two starts.
Pryor suffered an MCL sprain during last week’s loss to the New York Giants. He was limited in practice throughout the week and was listed as questionable on Friday’s injury report. McGloin took first-team reps in practice and is the next man up on the depth chart. The Raiders are expected to promote Tyler Wilson from the practice squad to serve as McGloin’s backup.
McGloin is an undrafted rookie out of Penn State. He made the 53-man roster after outplaying Wilson, a fourth-round pick, in training camp. The Raiders waived Wilson at final cuts and signed him to the practice squad. McGloin struggled early during his career at Penn State, but he showed improvement as an upperclassman under coach Bill O’Brien, completing 60.5 percent of his passes and throwing for 24 touchdowns during his senior year.
Some of those people who might solve that problem are us, if we can find the strength to care about this and make that caring stick. Leonard Marshall wants an apology from the NFL; the rest of us might just want to see this unimaginably rich league take some care of the men who gave themselves to the game. For all the huff and puff about men in and around football of late — beyond the usual It’s A Man’s Game maundering in broadcasts and the whinging I Am A Man And That Means Give Me Everything I Want bleating on the Damon Bruce-ier corners of sports radio — we understand Nike NFL Jerseys Size Chart this supposed crisis in masculinity better than we might admit.