NFL news roundup: Latest league updates from Tuesday, Oct. 11 – NFL.com

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Bills QB Josh Allen is likely to be limited in the days leading up to Buffalo’s Week 10 game against the Vikings, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero reported that Panthers QB P.J. Walker is expected to get the start Thursday night against the Atlanta Falcons.
The Colts decided to replace their head coach with another former NFL player — just not the one anyone expected. Longtime Colts center Jeff Saturday has been named interim head coach following the firing of Frank Reich, the team announced Monday.
Giants safety Xavier McKinney suffered a broken hand as a result of an ATV accident during his bye week trip to Cabo, which will keep him sidelined for several weeks, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
The Colts have fired head coach Frank Reich after 3-5-1 start to 2022 season. It’s the third major move in as many weeks for a struggling Indy squad that came into the season with postseason aspirations.
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Tyreek Hill continues to put up mindboggling numbers in his first season in Mike McDaniel’s system. In Sunday’s 35-32 victory in Chicago, the Dolphins WR generated seven catches for 143 yards and a touchdown
The Raiders once again dashed out to a big lead only to watch it wither away in yet another loss, collapsing for a 27-20 road loss to the Jaguars. WR Davante Adams said after the game, “There’s no reason why we should be losing games like this.”
Carolina Panthers interim head coach Steve Wilks made Monday morning coaching changes after the club’s 42-21 blowout loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. The team fired cornerbacks coach Evan Cooper and defensive line coach Paul Pasqualoni.
The Rams couldn’t generate first downs or score points in Sunday’s 16-13 loss to the Buccaneers. Head coach Sean McVay knows his 3-5 club can’t continue to bang its head against the wall, saying after the game that “changes have to be made.”
After New York’s disappointing Week 8 loss to New England, most expected the Jets to get shellacked by the cream of the AFC East. Instead, the Fightin’ Salehs secured a 20-17 upset, to which TE Tyler Conklin said after the game, “We’re not the Same Old Jets.”
Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen’s no good, very bad day resulted in an upset loss for the Bills, who watched their AFC East lead shrink to a half-game. Allen was the first to admit his failures in the immediate aftermath.
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