DeMarcus Cousins getting lost in the Lakers’ shuffle
DeMarcus Cousins getting lost in the Lakers’ shuffle FILE - In this April 4, 2019, file photo, then-Golden State Warriors' DeMarcus Cousins is shown during the first half of an NBA basketball game against the Los Angeles Lakers, in Los Angeles. The Los Angeles Lakers and the NBA say they're investigating a claim that center DeMarcus Cousins threatened violence against a former girlfriend. The Lakers issued a statement saying they "take this claim seriously." The team and the NBA both say they're gathering information and looking into the allegations.
Theand share optimism that the five-time All-Pro defensive end could return from a torn pectoral muscle in time for the playoffs, reports.
There's reportedly even a glimmer of hope that Watt could play in Week 17.
Watt suffered the injury in October and was expected to miss the rest of the season, but the Texans are reserving their final IR-return spot for Watt, Rapoport adds.
The three-time Defensive Player of the Year has progressed in his recovery and will undergo an MRI in a few weeks.
Watt was never officially ruled out for the year, but he tweeted after picking up the injury in Week 8 that he was "absolutely gutted" that he wouldn't "be able to finish the season with my guys."
The Texans currently lead the AFC South with a 7-4 record and face the 10-1 New England Patriots in an important AFC matchup Sunday.
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Report: Cowboys talked with Meyer about HC job; Riley also strong candidate .
Jason Garrett remains the Dallas Cowboys' head coach, but the organization is already flirting with potential replacements. The Cowboys have a "very real interest" in Urban Meyer, and team executive vice president Stephen Jones recently spoke with the former Ohio State head coach, sources told Jane Slater of NFL Network. Slater added that Oklahoma head coach Lincoln Riley is still a strong candidate to take over for Garrett, who's in the finalThe Cowboys have a "very real interest" in Urban Meyer, and team executive vice president Stephen Jones recently spoke with the former Ohio State head coach, sources told Jane Slater of NFL Network.