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Eagles' Wentz has sore back, status iffy

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) Carson Wentz is sidelined with a back injury, but two people familiar with the situation tell The Associated Press the quarterback hasn't been ruled out for Philadelphia's game at the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday.

Both people spoke on condition of anonymity Wednesday because the team hasn't made any definitive determination.

"Carson has a little bit of back soreness, a little tightness, so we're going to rest him today, continue to evaluate him and make sure he's good," Eagles coach Doug Pederson said. "Sometimes he just gets a little sore, a little tight. Just going to rest him today and evaluate him further."

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Jackson still Ravens' QB, Flacco backup

OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) As he worked diligently for more than a month to return from a potentially dangerous hip injury, Joe Flacco watched the Baltimore Ravens flourish without him.

Now that he's healthy, Flacco must adjust to a role he's never experienced during his 11-year NFL career: backup quarterback.

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Las Vegas to host 2020 NFL Draft

DALLAS (AP) The NFL draft is heading to Las Vegas for 2020.

It almost certainly will arrive before the Raiders do.

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Bills hold RB McCoy out of practice

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy won't practice Wednesday, leaving uncertain his status to play against the Detroit Lions this weekend.

Coach Sean McDermott would only say "we'll just take it one day at a time right now" when asked if he expects McCoy to be able to practice this week.

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Bears slot CB Callahan out for season

LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) The Chicago Bears have placed cornerback Bryce Callahan on injured reserve because of a broken left foot.

Coach Matt Nagy says Callahan will need surgery. He was hurt in Chicago's 15-6 victory over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday night.

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Home teams announced for London, Mexico

NEW YORK (AP) The NFL will stage four games in London and one in Mexico City next season, with the Jaguars, Chargers, Rams, Raiders and Buccaneers serving as hosts.

When the games will be played and who the opponents will be won't be announce until the spring, when the league schedule for 2019 is released.

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Roethlisberger expects to face Patriots

PITTSBURGH (AP) Ben Roethlisberger's ribs are bruised but not broken.

The Pittsburgh Steelers believe the same could be said about their wildly uneven season.

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Vikes fire OC after another poor showing

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) The Minnesota Vikings, still seeking to salvage a season that started with Super Bowl designs, made a last-ditch move to capture a mid-December spark by firing offensive coordinator John DeFilippo.

Coach Mike Zimmer made what he called an "extremely difficult decision" on Tuesday morning, following a 21-7 defeat at Seattle on Monday night . DeFilippo's first season on the job ended after just 13 games, amid a sharp decline in production by the offense over the past six weeks.

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NFL salary cap to increase at least $10M

NEW YORK (AP) The NFL salary cap will increase by roughly 6 percent in 2019 to a threshold of up to $191.1 million per team, the league announced Tuesday.

The 2018 cap is $177.2 million. Next season's cap will be "in the range of $187.0 million to $191.1 million," the league tweeted.

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Bolts' Gordon will be game-time decision

COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP) Melvin Gordon wants to suit up for the Los Angeles Chargers' biggest game of the season Thursday night at Kansas City, but he says his status will likely not be decided until 90 minutes before kickoff.

The fourth-year running back has missed the past two games after spraining the MCL in his right knee during the second half of the Chargers' Nov. 26 win against Arizona. He is sixth in the AFC in rushing with 802 yards despite missing three games and leads the conference in rushing average per game (80.2).

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