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NFL Week 10: Key injuries, streaks, and other notable events

Key injuries

Arizona: WR Michael Floyd, sprained shoulder

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Buffalo: WR Stevie Johnson, sore groin

Carolina: LB Chase Blackburn, sore foot

Chicago: QB Jay Cutler, sore ankle

Dallas: LB Sean Lee, sore hamstring

Denver: LB Nate Irving, sore shoulder; QB Peyton Manning, lower leg injury

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Green Bay: QB Seneca Wallace, strained groin

Houston: CB Kareem Jackson, sore ribs; TE Ryan Griffin, concussion

Jacksonville: WR Stephen Burton, head injury

Pittsburgh: S Shamarko Thomas, sore ankle; G Ramon Foster, sore ankle

St. Louis: LB James Laurinaitis, head laceration

San Diego: OT King Dunlap, concussion; LB Larry English, sore biceps; C Nick Hardwick, neck stinger; FB Le’Ron McClain, sore ankle

San Francisco: TE Vernon Davis, concussion; S Eric Reid, concussion; TE Garrett Celek, strained hamstring; DT Ray McDonald, sore ankle

Seattle: CB Brandon Browner, sore groin; DT Tony McDaniel, sore hamstring

Tennessee: QB Jake Locker, sore foot

Streaks, etc.

 The Lions’ Calvin Johnson, playing in his 100th game, has 8,740 yards receiving, the second most in NFL history in a player’s first 100 games. Johnson trails Hall of Famer Lance Alworth, who had 9,019.

 Eagles quarterback Nick Foles tied an NFL record shared by Peyton Manning (2013) and Milt Plum (1960) for most TD passes to open a season (16) without throwing an interception.

 Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez extended his streak to 204 games with at least one catch when he hauled in a 9-yard pass in the third quarter.

 Chris Johnson passed Earl Campbell for second in Titans/Oilers history in yards from scrimmage with 9,322. Eddie George (12,153) has the most.

 The Rams’ Tavon Austin is the first player in NFL history with a punt return of 95 yards or more and two TD catches of at least 55 yards in one game.

 Bengals receiver A.J. Green set a franchise mark with his fifth straight 100-yard game.

 The Packers’ 14-point loss to the Eagles was their worst at home since falling, 38-10, to the Jets on Dec. 3, 2006.

 The Broncos have scored 371 points, the most by a team through the first nine games of a season in NFL history. The previous high of 358 was by the 1950 Los Angeles Rams.

 Terrell Owens returned to Candlestick Park to be the 49ers’ honorary captain as the stadium counts down the top-10 plays as part of its farewell season. It marked the wideout’s first visit since San Francisco traded a disgruntled Owens to Philadelphia after the 2003 season. Owens turns 40 in less than a month but said, “I haven’t retired officially.”

 Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger called a report he may seek a trade in the offseason ‘‘ridiculous.’’ NFL.com reported early Sunday the Steelers expected Roethlisberger to ask the team to explore trade options in the offseason. Roethlisberger’s agent called the speculation ‘‘completely wrong’’ and added the 31-year-old QB is ‘‘100 percent committed to winning a championship with the Steelers.’’ Roethlisberger went even further after Sunday’s win at Buffalo, saying, “I don’t know where that came from. It is one of the most [untrue] stories that I've ever heard of. I’ve always said that I want to be a Steeler for life. I love it here. I'm happy here.’’

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