A room filled with some heroes -- Dan Hanzus, Gregg Rosenthal and Patrick Claybon -- brings you the latest news in the NFL, including the impacts of Hurricane Ida, the quarterback situation in San Francisco with Trey Lance and Jimmy Garoppolo potentially rotating, and J.K. Dobbins' season-ending injury. In Indianapolis, the Colts have added quarterback Carson Wentz and center Ryan Kelly to the reserve/COVID-19 list, and T.Y. Hilton is out multiple weeks with a neck injury. Bill Belichick refused to announce a starting quarterback after Mac Jones played with the second team, and Gardner Minshew was traded from the Jacksonville Jaguars to the Philadelphia Eagles for a conditional sixth-round pick. Colleen Wolfe makes a surprise appearance to comment on the Eagles' quarterbacks and revisit Palindrome-gate from last week's episode. In other news, the Vikings have signed safety Harrison Smith to a new contract but will be without Irv Smith Jr. for a few weeks. The Houston Texans have traded Shaq Lawson to the New York Jets, and the Detroit Lions cut Breshad Perriman. After the news, the heroes make their season predictions, picking winners for all the NFL awards like MVP, Offensive Player of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year, Offensive Rookie of the Year, Defensive Rookie of the Year, Comeback Player of the Year, and Coach of the Year. Then we predict the playoffs by choosing division winners and wild card teams and finally wrap up with a Super Bowl prediction.
Tom Brady meets 'tough kid' who credited QB for helping him beat brain cancer
On big day for Tom Brady and Buccaneers, quarterback greets a young fan who gave him credit for helping him through brain cancer.
Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa on Watson trade chatter: 'I do hear it. I just don't listen to it'
The Dolphins' purported interest in Deshaun Watson took center stage this past week in the buildup to the NFL's Nov. 2 trade deadline. Tua Tagovailoa did all he could Sunday to adjust that spotlight.
Buccaneers QB Tom Brady becomes first player to throw for 600 TDs
Tom Brady's brief time in Tampa Bay has been filled with milestones, and Sunday marked another one. Brady became the first player in NFL history to throw for 600 touchdowns in his career.
Patrick Mahomes feeling 'fine' after exiting early in Chiefs' loss to Titans
Patrick Mahomes had a rough day, and it ended early. The Chiefs' all-world quarterback was knocked out midway through the fourth quarter of Sunday's 27-3 loss to the Titans. Mahomes would clear the concussion protocol, but Andy Reid opted to shut him down with the game already decided.
2021 NFL season, Week 7: What we learned from Sunday's games
Around The NFL breaks down what you need to know from all of Sunday's Week 7 action.
Panthers bench Sam Darnold in loss to Giants; HC Matt Rhule says QB will start next week
The Carolina Panthers benched quarterback Sam Darnold in the fourth quarter of Sunday's loss the New York Giants. Head coach Matt Rhule told reporters after the game that Darnold will start next week against the Falcons.
Raiders TE Darren Waller (knee/ankle) inactive vs. Eagles
Derek Carr will be without his top target against the Eagles. Tight end Darren Waller has been deemed inactive with knee and ankle injuries.
2021 NFL season: Notable injuries, news from Sunday's Week 7 games
The Eagles and Raiders lost their starting RBs early in their Week 7 matchup due to injuries. Plus, other news from around the NFL on Sunday.
Jets QB Zach Wilson suffers knee injury in blowout loss to Patriots, will undergo MRI on Monday
The Jets rookie QB suffered a knee injury early in the second quarter against the Patriots and will undergo an MRI on Monday. Mike White played the remainder of the game.
Giants WR Sterling Shepard (hamstring) inactive vs. Panthers
Add Sterling Shepard to the lengthy list of offensive skill players unavailable for the Giants for Sunday's home game against the Panthers.
Inactive reports for Sunday's Week 7 NFL games
The full inactive reports for each Sunday game for Week 7 of the 2021 NFL season.
Cardinals HC Kliff Kingsbury clears COVID-19 protocols, will return to coach vs. Texans
After spending one game on the couch, Kliff Kingsbury will return to the sidelines on Sunday. The Cardinals head coach was cleared to coach against the Texans after spending over a week in the NFL's COVID-19 protocols.