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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady sustained an injury to his right throwing hand in a minor collision in practice Wednesday, according to a source.

A source close to Brady said it is possible the injury could affect him slightly in Sunday’s AFC Championship Game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, but Brady is moving forward with the belief that he should be OK overall.

A second source said Brady’s hand “should be OK.”

Brady was officially limited in practice, according to the team’s participation report, and underwent tests with the team’s medical staff afterward. He had been scheduled to hold a news conference at that time.

The next benchmark for Brady will be Thursday at 12:15 p.m. ET, which is the team’s next scheduled practice.
According to a report from the Boston Herald, the injury occurred when one of Brady’s teammates accidentally ran into him and jammed his hand. X-rays were taken and revealed no structural damage, according to the Herald.

Tom Brady, pictured above celebrating a touchdown in New England's playoff win over Tennessee, was limited in Wednesday's practice with a right hand injury.

Tom Brady, pictured above celebrating a touchdown in New England’s playoff win over Tennessee, was limited in Wednesday’s practice with a right hand injury.

Brady has been on and off the injury report at times this season — for an Achilles and left shoulder injury. This is the first time he has landed on the injury report due to his throwing hand.

Players who were asked about Brady later in the day said they weren’t aware of anything that happened injury-wise at practice.

“He looked like the same old Tom out there,” said cornerback Eric Rowe.

The Patriots have just two quarterbacks on their roster, Brady and veteran backup Brian Hoyer. They don’t have a quarterback on their practice squad.

In addition to Brady, offensive lineman LaAdrian Waddle, defensive tackle Alan Branch and running backs Rex Burkhead and Mike Gillislee were all limited with knee injuries.

The Patriots host the Jaguars in the conference title game Sunday at 3:05 p.m. ET on CBS.

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FRISCO, Texas — The changes Jerry Jones and Jason Garrett have alluded to since the Dallas Cowboys’ season ended have started.

According to multiple sources, special-teams coordinator Rich Bisaccia will be allowed to leave despite being under contract with the Cowboys for two more seasons, and quarterbacks coach Wade Wilson and secondary coach Joe Baker, whose contracts were set to expire, were told they will not be back with the team.

Bisaccia will most likely to join Jon Gruden with the Oakland Raiders.
The future of offensive line coach Frank Pollack is also in question, despite having three Pro Bowl players — Tyron Smith, Travis Frederick and Zack Martin — in place since 2014. Pollack took over as line coach in 2015; during his tenure the Cowboys have finished ninth, second and second in the NFL in rushing.

Changes to head coach Jason Garrett's staff have begun, according to sources.

Changes to head coach Jason Garrett’s staff have begun, according to sources.

Pass protection, however, was an issue in 2017, especially with Smith missing three full games and most of a fourth because of injuries. The Cowboys allowed 32 sacks; 22 came in the final eight games, including eight against Atlanta without Smith. Dak Prescott threw just one touchdown pass in the games in which Smith did not play.
Bisaccia had been the Cowboys’ assistant head coach and special-teams coordinator since 2013. While the return games have not produced much, the Cowboys’ coverage teams have been among the best in the NFL. The Cowboys allowed just 75 punt return yards this season, the fewest in the league. Before a late-season slide, Dan Bailey had been the most accurate kicker in NFL history, and punter Chris Jones had his best season.

The Cowboys had made a commitment to adding or keeping key special-teams contributors over the years.

Wilson had been the quarterbacks coach since 2007. He helped the development of Tony Romo and Prescott, who earned Pro Bowl honors, but the Cowboys drafted just two quarterbacks during Wilson’s tenure: Stephen McGee in 2009 and Prescott in 2016. Both were fourth-round picks.

Baker, a college teammate of Garrett’s, was promoted to secondary coach in 2016 after spending four seasons as an assistant secondary or safeties coach. The Cowboys have not had a secondary member lead the team with more than three interceptions since Terence Newman had four in 2011. The Cowboys selected four defensive backs — Chidobe Awuzie, Jourdan Lewis, Xavier Woods and Marquez White — in last year’s draft after opting to let veterans Brandon Carr, Barry Church, Morris Claiborne and J.J. Wilcox leave in free agency.

Carr, Church and Claiborne were much more productive with their new teams than they had been with the Cowboys in their final seasons.

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The New Orleans Saints are sending both Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara to the Pro Bowl — the first time in more than 42 years that two running backs from one team will head to the annual all-star game.

But as Ingram likes to say, he and Kamara are “in the business of making history.” They are also on pace to become the first running back duo in NFL history to both surpass 1,500 yards from scrimmage in the same season.
Joining them for the Jan. 28 game in Orlando, Florida, will be a host of Pittsburgh Steelers, who led all teams with a league-best eight selections as announced Tuesday night.

Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara are the first pair of running backs from the same team to go to the Pro Bowl in the same year in 42 years.

Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara are the first pair of running backs from the same team to go to the Pro Bowl in the same year in 42 years.

Wide receiver Antonio Brown, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, running back Le’Veon Bell, kicker Chris Boswell and linebacker Ryan Shazier headlined the group. Shazier suffered a season-ending spinal injury earlier this month and has since been placed on season-ending injured reserve. Pittsburgh tackle Alejandro Villanueva, guard David DeCastro and center Maurkice Pouncey rounded out the team’s selections.

In the NFC, the Saints and Philadelphia Eagles tied for tops in the conference with six Pro Bowl picks apiece, led by their respective quarterbacks, Carson Wentz and Drew Brees. Wentz tore the ACL in his left knee in a Week 14 win over the Los Angeles Rams and had surgery Wednesday to repair the damage. Before that, the second-year player had set the team record for TD passes in a single season (33), a mark that had stood since 1961.

Roethlisberger was joined at quarterback in the AFC by the New England Patriots’ Tom Brady, who was named to his 13th Pro Bowl, including nine straight.

Of the 86 selections, 24 are newcomers. Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore and Kamara, Arizona Cardinals special-teamer Budda Baker and Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt were the only rookies selected for the game.
The full list of those who made it:

AFC starters: Patriots QB Brady and FB James Develin; Houston Texans WR DeAndre Hopkins; Chiefs TE Travis Kelce; Tennessee Titans T Taylor Lewan and DT Jurrell Casey; Oakland Raiders G Kelechi Osemele; Jacksonville Jaguars DE Calais Campbell and CBs Jalen Ramsey and A.J. Bouye; Baltimore Ravens S Eric Weddle and LB C.J. Mosley; Denver Broncos LB Von Miller; Texans LB Jadeveon Clowney; Los Angeles Chargers DE Joey Bosa; Cincinnati Bengals DT Geno Atkins; and Miami Dolphins S Reshad Jones.

AFC specialists: Titans P Brett Kern; Steelers K Boswell; Chiefs return-specialist Tyreek Hill; and Patriots special-teamer Matthew Slater.

NFC starters: Eagles QB Wentz, TE Zach Ertz and G Brandon Brooks; Atlanta Falcons WR Julio Jones and C Alex Mack; Minnesota Vikings WR Adam Thielen; Rams RB Todd Gurley; Dallas Cowboys T Tyron Smith and G Zack Martin; Washington Redskins T Trent Williams; San Francisco 49ers FB Kyle Juszczyk, Vikings DE Everson Griffen and CB Xavier Rhodes; Cardinals LB Chandler Jones and CB Patrick Peterson; Cowboys DE DeMarcus Lawrence; Eagles DT Fletcher Cox; Rams DT Aaron Donald; Redskins LB Ryan Kerrigan; Carolina Panthers LB Luke Kuechly; Seattle Seahawks S Earl Thomas; and New York Giants S Landon Collins.

NFC specialists: Rams P Johnny Hekker, K Greg Zuerlein and return-specialist Pharoh Cooper; and Cardinals special-teamer Baker.

Five teams were shut out of Pro Bowl selections: the New York Jets, the Cleveland Browns, the Indianapolis Colts, the Chicago Bears and the Green Bay Packers (for the first time since 2005).
The Saints (10-4) sent six players to the Pro Bowl after being shut out in the initial selections in both 2015 and ’16. Brees earned his 11th selection. Defensive end Cameron Jordan earned his third. Rookie Lattimore and second-year receiver Michael Thomas each were selected for the first time.

But it’s the dynamic duo of Ingram and Kamara that has generated the most buzz during the Saints’ surprising surge as they have fueled the NFL’s No. 1-ranked offense.

Kamara, a third-round draft choice out of Tennessee, is already the third rookie in NFL history with more than 600 rushing and receiving yards (652 and 684, to be exact), with a total of 12 touchdowns.

Ingram, who turns 28 Thursday, has already set career highs with 1,045 rushing yards and 11 rushing touchdowns. He also has 51 receptions for 375 yards.

Kamara leads the NFL with 6.6 yards per carry. Ingram ranks third among all running backs and second among NFC running backs with 5.1 yards per carry.
It’s hard to decipher exactly when the last pair of true running backs made the Pro Bowl together, since many top running backs such as Jim Brown, Larry Csonka and Franco Harris were listed as fullbacks. ESPN Stats & Information and Elias Sports Bureau used rushing attempts as the standard for their research.

The last pair of teammates to make the Pro Bowl with 100-plus rushing attempts was the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Warrick Dunn and Mike Alstott in 1997 and 2000 — but Alstott was selected as a fullback both times.

Before that, it was the St. Louis Cardinals’ Jim Otis and Terry Metcalf in 1975. Otis was listed as a fullback then, too, but he had 269 carries for 1,076 yards. The Dolphins’ legendary duo of Csonka and Mercury Morris made the Pro Bowl together as running backs in 1972 and ’73, among others in that era.

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PITTSBURGH — JuJu Smith-Schuster exploded for the Pittsburgh Steelers’ offense on the same day Martavis Bryant was inactive after he made comments on social media, saying that “JuJu is no where near better than me.”

Smith-Schuster, who lost his bicycle this week and documented the loss on social media, broke the Steelers-Lions game open with a 97-yard touchdown late in the third quarter. On third-and-long, Ben Roethlisberger squeezed the ball between the corner and safety over the middle of the field, and Smith-Schuster did the rest.

“How I saw it was Ben called the play, and I was like the middle feels open,” Smith-Schuster said. “You got to take it. I took it. Ben believed in me and got the job done. It was great.”

Roethlisberger explained that the touchdown was set up by an earlier route.

“[The Lions] gave us a coverage where the safety split wide, kind of a 22 man. And JuJu had something similar to that earlier in the game, and he tried to kinda juke the guy and then give him an out move and then go up,” Roethlisberger said. “I told him, I said, ‘Listen, next time you get that look, if it’s a 22-type man, beat ‘em with speed. Just get down there.’ And that’s what he did. And I threw it over the top, and I told him, I didn’t know he had that much speed. He said he didn’t either.”

The play was the longest receiving touchdown in Steelers history and the longest of the NFL season, according to ESPN Stats & Information research.

Steelers coach Mike Tomlin benched Bryant over his comments, which refueled his trade demands. He said the Steelers should give him what he wants and can have “JuJu and whoever else.” Smith-Schuster, 20, slid into the No. 2 receiver role with 189 yards on his six receptions.

After the game, running back Le’Veon Bell called Smith-Schuster the “best player ever under [the age of] 21.”

“Hands down, got a lot of room to grow, for him to be 20 and play the way he plays is unbelievable,” Bell said. “He can block, catch the ball short, go balls, mentally in the game, best player ever under 21.”

At 20 years old, Smith-Schuster is the youngest Steeler to record a 100-yard receiving game. Entering Sunday, Roy Jefferson was the youngest, at 22.

The “best player ever under 21″ didn’t celebrate his touchdown in the end zone, but he pretended to lock up an exercise bike on the sideline.

Smith-Schuster also participated in Bell’s celebration of a 5-yard touchdown run in the first half, getting on all fours and serving as the bench as Bell pressed the football, James Harrison style.

The rookie wide receiver has a hand in coordinating the team’s intricate celebrations and says it’s a matter of “bringing my younger generation into the guys. Getting everyone to celebrate more.”

Also an accomplice in the Steelers’ celebration catalog? Smith-Schuster’s phone. He said he has a list stored in his iPhone of even more celebrations that he and Bell have discussed for future use.

Smith-Schuster went into deeper detail in explaining Sunday’s bike lock celebration.
“So today we had a lot of free time, so I decided I got to get a chain, so I went to Home Depot down the street, bought a chain, and I was like, if I score, my celebration is going to be the bike thing,” Smith-Schuster said. “So we have the spin bike where … train to warm up your legs, as soon as I scored, I went to the bike, grabbed the chain and locked it up, and it was fun to prove that I got my bike back and I’m locking it up this time and with my boys and celebrating.”

Smith-Schuster said the past week has been “crazy,” but he didn’t take Bryant’s comment personally.

Smith-Schuster finished the Steelers’ 20-15 victory over the Lions with 193 yards and one touchdown.