November news updates (updated weekly)
Updated: 2 days ago
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COVID continues to affect teams throughout the league.
Mike Tomlin is now the winningest Black head coach in league history.
Raiders OT Trent Brown was hospitalized on Sunday after a pregame IV mishap.
The Seahawks have extended head coach Pete Carroll for 5 years.
Baker Mayfield has been activated off the COVID list by the Browns.
Washington QB Alex Smith is set to start in Week 10 vs Detroit.
Christian McCaffrey returned in Week 9, but may miss more time with a shoulder injury. Update: McCaffrey missed both Week 10 and Week 11.
The Texans have fired their VP of Communications.
The league approved a proposal for a new rule that will grant teams compensatory draft selections for developing minority coaches and executives that earn Head Coach or General Manager positions with other teams.
The owners also approved a proposal that would expand the playoff field if more games get cancelled.
Joe Flacco has passed Joe Montana on the NFL's career passing yards list.
The Falcons have released former 1st round pick Takk McKinley. McKinley has been claimed and waived twice since.
Bengals QB Joe Burrow is out for the year with a torn ACL.
The NFL has told teams to operate under its "intensive protocol" policies for the rest of the season.
The Saints have put Drew Brees on IR with 11 broken ribs and a punctured lung.
Players and coaches from the Florida-Missouri brawl have been penalized.
Many coaches, players, and former coaches have tested positive for COVID throughout the month.
Utah State has parted ways with head coach Gary Andersen.
Games continue to be postponed/canceled
Florida State has lost a few key players from their team.
LSU QB Myles Brennan is unlikely to play again this season.
Pittsburgh and Virginia Tech players will be wearing masks during their game.
Dabo Swinney claims Florida State used a COVID situation as an excuse to get out of playing Clemson.
The PAC-12 has approved a policy for scheduling non-conference games.