Why this game is intriguing: After Houston blew their wings off in Week 7, the Ravens vowed to take a bye week, get together, and figure out how to deal with the losses of Ray Lewis and others to injury. Not surprisingly, that's exactly what they did. Three games, three wins, one of which was a street fight against the Steelers. All the Ravens have to do on Sunday is take down a nose-diving Chargers team that's trying to stave off an implosion. Does that make San Diego desperate? Perhaps. Maybe this is where the last stand of the Norv Turner regime comes. If so, it will depend on the somewhat mercurial right arm of quarterback Philip Rivers, which can attack a Ravens secondary without Lardarius Webb and Jimmy Smith. Of course, the way those Ravens safeties are hitting, will the Chargers receivers even want to make the tough catches?
Brian Schottenheimer: Jaguars haven't named starting QB for 2021 season
Jacksonville has a number of interesting names at QB. Even with No. 1 overall pick Trevor Lawrence waiting in the wings, passing game coordinator Brian Schottenheimer said Wednesday the team is continuing to evaluate all of its options.
NFL, NFLPA agree to updated COVID-19 protocols for training camp, preseason
With mandatory minicamps coming to a close around the NFL, the league and the NFL Players Association have come to an agreement for COVID-19 protocols for training camps and preseason games, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported Wednesday via an NFL memo.