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ST. LOUIS — Are the baseballs traveling less distance in the postseason? Cardinals manager Mike Shildt says they are, at least according to data from the team’s analytics department.

Before Saturday’s Game 2 of the National League Championship Series, Shildt said the front office reported that balls are traveling 4.5 fewer feet on average than during the regular season, when there were a record number of home runs hit.

“Our front-office analytical group is saying the ball’s not traveling at about a 4½-foot difference,” he said. “I don’t know how that impacts what you do as far as your matchups or more inclined to throw a fly ball guy, I mean, 4½ feet is not overly significant, maybe gives us an opportunity to rob someone of a homer a little bit more. But I don’t think it really impacts how you make decisions.”

Shildt’s NLCS counterpart, Washington Nationals manager Dave Martinez, said his defensive game plan in Game 1 took into account the decreased ball travel.

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A study published on Thursday by Rob Arthur of Baseball Prospectus argued that there has been more air resistance on the ball, thus limiting the distance it travels.

“The probability that a random selection of games from the rest of the regular season would feature as much air resistance as we’ve seen so far in the postseason is about one in one thousand,” Arthur wrote. His model estimated an additional 24 home runs should have been hit in the playoffs at the time beyond the 43 that had been hit.

In response to the talk that the postseason ball might be different, Major League Baseball issued the following statement: “The baseballs used in Major League Baseball are manufactured in batches. Balls that are used in the Postseason are pulled from the same batches as balls used in the regular season. The only difference is the Postseason stamp that is placed on the ball. As has been previously acknowledged, however, the drag of the baseball can vary over different time periods.”

Of course, aces such as Gerrit Cole and Max Scherzer may have something to do with the decline. Weather is another factor, although Arthur largely debunked that notion in his article. It was 45 degrees in St. Louis at game time on Friday night, by far the coldest game of the postseason so far. (In the Cardinals’ division series against the Atlanta Braves, the temperatures were 94, 95, 63, 72 and 73.)

“I would say [Friday] it was just a matter of it being a little bit colder out and to have a day where it doesn’t travel as much, maybe just the weather changing,” Cardinals outfielder Tommy Edman said.

After a 2019 season that saw things go entirely sideways in Denver, changes figure to be afoot for the Rockies this offseason. Despite returning most of a roster that managed a postseason berth in 2018, Bud Black’s club whimpered to a 71-91 record this past season and likely would have ended up in the NL West cellar had it not been for a circumspective second-half collapse on the part of the rival Padres.

Nick Groke of The Athletic, for one, is already musing on potential changes that GM Jeff Bridich could make in an effort to get the club back in contention for 2020 (link). Specifically, Groke points out several players who could be on the “hot seat” this winter, given the club’s current 40-man roster squeeze. Five players currently on the club’s 60-day injured list–Brendan Rodgers, Scott Oberg, Jon Gray, Tyler Anderson and Chad Bettis–will need to be moved off the IL this offseason, necessitating at least five impending roster decisions for Bridich. Groke identifies pitcher Jeff Hoffman as the man that should fall firmly into his club’s roster trimming crosshairs, as his age (26) and near-complete lack of production (6.11 ERA in 209.1 career innings) render his former top-50 prospect status little more than a wistful memory. Groke names ten other players as possible roster casualties, although Bridich signee Ian Desmond–who has produced a cumulative -1.7 fWAR in three Colorado seasons after agreeing to a 5-year/$70MM deal in 2016–is conspicuously absent from his list.

The New York Yankees are set to visit Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas for game 2 of the ALCS against the Houston Astros. The New York Yankees come into this matchup with a 1-0 record in this series, and they will be looking to continue their success after winning game 1 against the Houston Astros, 7-0. Masahiro Tanaka received the starting nod for the New York Yankees, and he had success as he went 6 scoreless innings while giving up only 1 hit. Gleyber Torres had a big game from the plate for the New York Yankees as he went 3 for 5 with 1 HR and 5 RBIs.

The New York Yankees are set to start James Paxton (15-6, 3.82 ERA) who struggled in his latest start as he gave up 3 earned runs in 4.2 innings against the Minnesota Twins. James Paxton struggled in his 2 starts against the Houston Astros during the 2019 season as he posted a 6.00 ERA.

The Houston Astros come into this matchup with a 0-1 record in this series, and they will be looking to rebound after dropping game 1 against the New York Yankees, 7-0. Zack Greinke received the starting nod for the Houston Astros, and he struggled as he gave up 3 earned runs in 6 innings. The Houston Astros struggled from the plate as they only recorded 3 hits, but Michael Brantley, Jose Altuve, and Kyle Tucker were responsible for those hits.

Desmond has two years and $25MM in guarantees remaining on his deal (the pact includes a $15MM option for 2022 which is attached to a $2MM buyout), but it may be time to wonder if the club should swallow bravely and push the ’eject’ button on the ill-fated Desmond deal. While it would be enticing to believe that the former shortstop could be on the brink of a turnaround, there would be little hard evidence to support such a case: his .304 BABIP in three Colorado seasons is only marginally below his .321 career marker, and his 2019 XWOBA of .309 was right in line with his WOBA of .317; moreover, Desmond is 34 years old, and his troubles at the plate are really only the beginning of his performance problems.

When Desmond came to the Rockies in 2017, he was a distinct shortstop/centerfielder hybrid who, despite something of an inconsistent offensive track record, offered somewhat stable value on the bases and in the field. As you might expect for a player reaching his mid-thirties, much of that athletically dependent ability has appeared to abandon Desmond. 2019 marked the first time since 2012 that the native Floridian recorded a negative baserunning metric (-1.7 BSR), while his work in the Rockies outfield was generally a horrorshow. A move back to centerfield produced a -19 DRS mark in 2019 for Desmond, with UZR also generally thumbing its nose at his up-the-middle efforts (-7.2 UZR in 2019 at CF).

Admittedly, metrics indicated a roughly average performance for Desmond in 300-plus innings in left field, but can the club continue to justify running out an average-fielding corner outfielder with negative basepath value and a bat that has been markedly below-average in his three years in Colorado? After all, Desmond’s combined 80 wRC+ during his three years in purple and black is, in itself, indicative of a player who probably should not be long for a major league roster. Add in the other limitations to Desmond’s current game, and the patina of “veteran leadership” falls short of explaining his prospective inclusion on Colorado’s 2020 roster.

It is exceedingly rare to see club’s simply cut bait on $25MM in financial commitment. Still, when winning takes precedent, there is a recent parallel for weighting on-field results over balance sheet concerns. The Red Sox–though operating in an entirely different financial habitat than the Rockies–have continued to pay handsomely for the services of outfielder Rusney Castillo; all they’ve asked of Castillo in return is that he kindly provide those services to the Red Sox of Pawtucket, rather than Boston. Point being: when a pennant-seeking organization recognizes a player can’t play up to his contract, they do whatever it takes to sidestep a sunk cost fallacy. If the Rockies plan on contending in the next two seasons, they might be well served to begin their offseason roster trimming with a rather painful decision, rather than paring away mid-20’s players who may yet have their best baseball ahead of them.

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In the Cardinals’ 2-0 loss to the Nationals in Game 1, Marcell Ozuna blasted a second-inning pitch from Anibal Sanchez at 105.8 mph with a 36-degree launch angle. According to Arthur on Twitter, a ball hit with that exit velocity and launch angle should have a 70% probability of being a home run. Granted, Ozuna hit to center field, the deepest part of the ballpark, but the ball died short of the warning track, 382 feet from home plate. Statcast, MLB’s statistical service, gave the ball an expected batting average of .690. Instead, it fell harmlessly into the glove of Michael Taylor.

“I thought Ozuna got his ball, based on the sound, based on the swing,” Shildt said. “But clearly it didn’t get out.”

Edman and Cardinals teammate Jose Martinez said there hasn’t been much talk among the players about the ball.

“I haven’t noticed anything different in the ball,” Edman said, asking Martinez if he had.

“I don’t think so,” Martinez said. “I think it’s just, I mean, the ball is not going — when you hit the ball it’s going to go out, it’s going to go out. For us, it’s nothing like we have to talk about.”

In the regular season, teams averaged a home run every 24.59 at-bats. Heading into Saturday’s games, they’ve averaged one every 26.87 at-bats. After averaging 4.83 runs per game in the regular season, scoring is down to 4.0 runs per game so far in the playoffs. Of course, the league’s better pitchers play more in the postseason and some teams haven’t had to dig down to their No. 4 starters yet, plus scoring usually goes down in the postseason — but not to this extent:

2014-2018: Down from 4.38 per game to 4.07

2019: Down from 4.83 per game to 4.0

During the division series, Los Angeles Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said he felt the ball had changed.

“Yeah, it’s interesting, there are a couple balls that I felt that — I don’t know the weather patterns of D.C., but that maybe you see the trajectory and the sound and it doesn’t seem like it’s traveling — even the Cody [Bellinger] ball that it seems like that ball, other times during the year, might have went out or went a little bit deeper in the ballpark. So I’m sure there’s going to be some digging on that, but yeah, it seems a little different.”

Justin Verlander, who said in July that he believed “100 percent” that MLB had implemented juiced balls to increase offense in the regular season, said on Saturday that he hasn’t noticed a difference in the ball so far in the postseason.

He did, however, call for a return to small ball, a strategy he said has faded from the game with the increase in home runs this year.

“You look at the course of an inning,” Verlander said, “we’re almost like playing an ADD (attention deficit disorder) version of baseball right now, where it’s these huge elation moments, home run, home run, yeah, yeah. And then you’re just kind of sitting there waiting for the next moment with a bunch of strikeouts in between. If you’re not a fan of strikeouts, then what are you watching?”

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AFC EAST

Buffalo Bills

What’s going on with the Bills’ right tackles? Ty Nsekhe missed last weekend’s game against the Titans with an ankle injury, and Cody Ford left early with a head injury. Ford will spend the bye week in concussion protocol — and one hopes, for the Bills’ sake, that’s all the time he’ll spend in it. With those two injured, Ryan Bates is the only healthy right tackle currently on the roster. — Marcel Louis-Jacques

Miami Dolphins

The Dolphins look as healthy as they have all season coming out of the bye week, with no notable injured players missing practice Wednesday. That should mean the return of receiver Albert Wilson, who has been out since Week 1 with a calf injury. — Cameron Wolfe

New England Patriots

Wide receiver Phillip Dorsett (hamstring) has been ruled out for Thursday, which means more of the load falls on Julian Edelman and Josh Gordon as the top two targets, with undrafted Jakobi Meyers elevating to the No. 3 role. In addition, running back Rex Burkhead (foot) is in jeopardy of missing his second consecutive game, which means more of Sony Michel, James White and Brandon Bolden at running back. — Mike Reiss

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Quarterback Sam Darnold (mono) is back and will start Sunday, but one of his favorite targets is not. Tight end Chris Herndon, eligible to play this weekend, injured a hamstring during his four-game suspension and is listed as week-to-week. He’s not expected to play Sunday. Replica Nike NFL Jerseys China could be a multiple-game injury, meaning the tight-end production is likely to remain negligible. Middle linebacker C.J. Mosley (groin) is expected to miss his fourth consecutive game. — Rich Cimini

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Baltimore Ravens

Tight end Mark Andrews missed his sixth practice in the past five weeks, but history says he’ll play Sunday. Andrews previously dealt with a foot injury. Now he’s dealing with a shoulder injury that sidelined him for a handful of plays last game. Andrews could be in line for a big outing against the Bengals, who have allowed an NFL-worst 15.2 yards per catch to tight ends. — Jamison Hensley

Cincinnati Bengals

The Bengals are already thin at left tackle, and Andre Smith’s status for Sunday’s game is in question. The team’s third-string tackle, Smith is batting an right ankle injury. John Jerry is in the mix to start if Smith is out. If Smith doesn’t play, the Bengals’ next man up at the position could be Alex Redmond, who has very limited experience at the spot. — Ben Baby

Cleveland Browns

Will starting cornerbacks Denzel Ward and Greedy Williams finally be ready to play after each missed the past three games with hamstring injuries? Both were limited participants in Wednesday’s practice, which is a positive sign. Cleveland will need all the help it can get Sunday against Seattle’s Russell Wilson. — Jake Trotter

Pittsburgh Steelers
Quarterback Mason Rudolph took a vicious hit that knocked him out of the Ravens loss, but he seems to be progressing quickly from Sunday’s concussion. He’s still in the protocol, but he was a limited participant in Wednesday’s padded practice. Coach Mike Tomlin wouldn’t speculate about Rudolph’s availability for Sunday night’s tilt against the Chargers, but it’s not entirely out of the question that he plays. Much will depend on his response to Wednesday’s practice, and if he can’t go, undrafted rookie Devlin Hodges will make his first NFL start on the national stage. — Brooke Pryor

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AFC SOUTH

Houston Texans

Wide receiver Kenny Stills, who has a hamstring and ankle injury, did not play in Week 5 against the Falcons. Coach Bill O’Brien said he will have a better idea Friday whether Stills will play at Kansas City. If he is inactive Sunday, expect slot receiver Keke Coutee to see more playing time again. — Sarah Barshop

Indianapolis Colts

The Colts hope their bye week will be enough time for their starting safeties to return from injuries. Clayton Geathers missed the Week 5 victory at Kansas City due to a concussion. He has to clear concussion protocol before he can return to playing. Malik Hooker, who is optimistic he’ll be back after the bye, has missed the past two games with a knee injury. — Mike Wells

Jacksonville Jaguars

Cornerback Jalen Ramsey (back) returned to practice Wednesday for the first time in three weeks, but it was on a limited basis, and he spent most of his time working with trainers off to the side. Coach Doug Marrone said the report from the back specialist Ramsey visited matched what the club’s medical team had determined, and the plan is to take things “step by step.” That’s an early indication that Ramsey is likely to miss his third game in a row when the Jaguars host New Orleans on Sunday. This will be the game where the Jaguars would miss him the most, because he would be shadowing Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas, who leads the NFL in receptions (45) and receiving yards (543). — Mike DiRocco

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Tennessee Titans
The biggest injury question this week surrounds outside linebacker Cameron Wake’s hamstring. He didn’t practice at all last week and was ruled out against the Bills. The best thing for a hamstring injury is time. Wake missed practice once again Wednesday. He and tight end Delanie Walker (knee) rode stationary bikes during practice. The Titans got a boost from Reggie Gilbert (one sack vs. Bills) while Wake was out. — Turron Davenport

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Slater added: “I know we’ve had a lot of discussions about it as a union. I know it’s a good product as far as the consumers are concerned, and the fans enjoy these Thursday night products. But I think when you talk about the rigors of playing in an NFL game, and then what it takes to recover and be able to do it again the following week, to do a Sunday-to-Thursday turnaround is tough. It doesn’t fit under the umbrella of player safety as far as I’m concerned. But you guys know that — I’ve said that every year.”

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Slater, the son of NFL Hall of Famer Jackie Slater, said however that having the Thursday night game at Gillette Stadium would be a bit easier — it allows him to get an extra bit of rest before the game.

New England’s game against the New York Giants on Thursday will be their third in 12 days. After New York, their next game isn’t until Monday night against the New York Jets.

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AFC WEST

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With cornerback De’Vante Bausby, who suffered a neck injury in the win over the Chargers, having been moved to injured reserve and cornerback Bryce Callahan still shelved with a foot injury (he hasn’t played this season), the Broncos are thin in the secondary. They would prefer Kareem Jackson to play safety — he’s had to play at nickel corner in three games this season because of the team’s injuries — but to do that, they’ll have to be confident Isaac Yiadom and Davontae Harris, who was signed just before the start of the regular season, can split the snaps Bausby was getting with the starting defense. Bausby had replaced Yiadom in the lineup, and Yiadom has been targeted plenty by opposing quarterbacks (he was called for two defensive holding penalties against the Chargers). — Jeff Legwold

Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs could be without both starters on the left side of their offensive line in Sunday’s game against the Texans. Neither tackle Eric Fisher (core muscle injury) nor guard Andrew Wylie (ankle) practiced Wednesday. Newly signed veteran Stefen Wisniewski could be starting at guard against the Texans. Cam Erving has replaced Fisher since he left the lineup in Week 2, and had his worst game of the season in Week 5 against the Colts. This is a less-than-ideal scenario against Whitney Mercilus, J.J. Watt and the Texans. — Adam Teicher

Los Angeles Chargers

The Chargers lost another starter due to injury when center Mike Pouncey was placed on injured reserve Wednesday with a neck issue. That makes seven projected starters missing time for the Chargers so far this season with injuries. Pouncey had been the Bolts’ most reliable and experienced offensive lineman, with the co-captain serving as the team’s anchor up front. With Pouncey out, Dan Feeney will move from left guard to center, and Forrest Lamp will move into the starting lineup at left guard. — Eric D. Williams

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With Oakland enjoying a 3-2 record after last weekend’s defeat of the Bears, Raiders coach Jon Gruden is hoping the bye week will see the return of right guard Gabe Jackson, who injured a knee in a training camp joint practice with the Rams. “I’ve been getting videos from the trainers while I’ve been in London and Indiana about Gabe’s progress and it’s exciting,” Gruden said this week. “This guy has clearly worked hard. He looks better, I think, than he’s ever looked. He’s really gotten himself in great shape. We’ll be smart about it. We hope if it’s not this coming game, hopefully it’s the next. He’s a valuable member of our team. Certainly he’ll give us a jolt when he comes back.” — Paul Gutierrez

NFC EAST

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The Cowboys aren’t sure they will have either starting offensive tackle, Tyron Smith or La’el Collins, against the Jets after both players missed Wednesday’s practice. Smith did some rehab work on the field for his high right ankle sprain, but Collins was not spotted. If neither can play, then Cameron Fleming will replace Smith and Brandon Knight will replace Collins. Facing a Gregg Williams defense that likes to attack, that could compromise the Cowboys’ ability to get the ball down the field. Linebacker Leighton Vander Esch did not practice because of an illness, but that does not appear to be a long-term issue at the moment. — Todd Archer

New York Giants

Running back Saquon Barkley (ankle) is out. He wanted to play Thursday night against the Patriots but didn’t get clearance. It’s probably the smart move for the Giants, as it gives Barkley another 10 days to heal. He’s still less than three weeks removed from suffering a high ankle sprain. — Jordan Raanan

Philadelphia Eagles

Wide receiver DeSean Jackson is expected to miss his fourth consecutive game with an abdominal strain. He’s hoping to return Week 7 at the Cowboys, but that will depend on how his rehab goes between now and then. The return window for Jackson is believed to be Week 7 and Week 9 against the Bears. — Tim McManus

Washington Redskins
Right guard Brandon Scherff, who has missed the past two games with an ankle injury, was limited Wednesday — but that’s a positive sign, as it is the first time he’s practiced since the injury. Tight end Vernon Davis, who missed last weekend with a concussion, was also limited. The Redskins could use his return, particularly with Jordan Reed still sidelined with his own concussion. Davis’ speed provides a mismatch down the seam and can result in big plays. The Redskins’ tight ends have combined for only 17 receptions this season, which partly explains Washington’s offensive struggles. — John Keim

NFC NORTH

Chicago Bears

The Bears released reserve quarterback Tyler Bray on Wednesday; a clear indication that starter Mitchell Trubisky (dislocated left shoulder/labrum tear) could possibly return following Chicago’s bye week. Head coach Matt Nagy sounded optimistic about Trubisky facing the Saints in Week 7 when he spoke to reporters in London the day after the Bears lost to the Raiders. “I felt like the last couple days he’s been in a good place,” Nagy said. “He’s been a part of all the meetings, a part of practice mentally. Because that’s just as important, staying involved mentally with your guys and with us. And now we’ll just kind of see here, again the bye comes at a unique time.” Look for Chicago to re-sign Bray to the practice squad and move Chase Daniel back to No. 2 to make room for Trubisky’s return. — Jeff Dickerson

Detroit Lions

The Lions won’t release their first official injury report until Thursday, but the fact that Damon Harrison was not at the media portion of practice Wednesday was intriguing and worth monitoring considering how much he means to Detroit attempting to stop the run. Tight end T.J. Hockenson appears to be close to recovered following a concussion against Kansas City, and practiced Wednesday. Another player to watch is safety Quandre Diggs, who didn’t do much Wednesday after injuring his hamstring against the Chiefs. If he can’t go Monday, the Lions will likely use a combination of Will Harris and Tavon Wilson to take his place in the lineup. — Michael Rothstein

Green Bay Packers

Davante Adams couldn’t go last weekend against the Cowboys because of a turf toe injury. He didn’t even attempt to practice. We’ll see Thursday if Adams will try to do that as the Packers begin on-field preparation for the Monday night game against the Lions. Without Adams in Dallas, the Packers had just four catches by wide receivers. It was the Packers’ fewest receptions by WRs in a victory since 2001, and just the third time this season a team has won with so few catches by wideouts, according to ESPN Stats & Information research. — Rob Demovsky

Minnesota Vikings
Nose tackle Linval Joseph missed practice Wednesday for non-football injury-related reasons, while a concussion kept linebacker Ben Gedeon on the sideline. One week after clearing concussion protocol, right guard Josh Kline did not practice, due to a foot injury. Three starters missing practice ahead of a pivotal matchup against the Eagles is concerning, but things appear to be heading in the right direction for cornerback Mackensie Alexander (elbow/groin), who was back practicing on a limited basis after sitting out the Week 5 victory over the Giants. — Courtney Cronin

NFC SOUTH

Atlanta Falcons

Julio Jones was held out of Wednesday’s practice at Arizona State University, and was listed as having a hip injury. Whenever Jones is on the injury report, it’s a concern. Typically, the wide receiver fights through whatever is ailing him. And sometimes, he just needs a veteran’s day off. But Jones is the last person the 1-4 Falcons can afford to lose for any significant amount of time. — Vaughn McClure

Carolina Panthers

Starting left tackle Greg Little missed the previous game with a concussion, but the rookie has progressed enough in the protocol that he’s traveling with the team to London. Whether he’ll play remains to be seen. If he can’t, look for rookie Dennis Daley to make his second consecutive start. That’ll be key because Tampa Bay’s Shaq Barrett had three sacks over the left tackle in a Week 2 win over Carolina. — David Newton

New Orleans Saints

No. 3 receiver Tre’Quan Smith’s status is in doubt again after he suffered another ankle injury when he returned to the lineup Sunday. Smith, who missed Weeks 3 and 4, did not participate in Wednesday’s practice. That should mean another heavy dose of Michael Thomas and Ted Ginn Jr., plus tight end Jared Cook and running back Alvin Kamara, in the passing game this weekend at Jacksonville. — Mike Triplett

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Bucs will have both starting inside linebacker Devin White (knee) and cornerback Jamel Dean (ankle) back this weekend after each missed the past three games. But coach Bruce Arians indicated that his team would be without starting right guard Alex Cappa (arm) and likely starting right tackle Demar Dotson (hamstring). “It’s ‘next man up,’” Arians said. “You can’t make excuses, so we’ll have a new right side of our line probably this week.” Earl Watford is expected to step in for Cappa and Josh Wells — assuming there are no issues with his wife having a baby, which forced him to miss Wednesday’s practice — will step in for Dotson. The Bucs leave for London on Thursday evening. — Jenna Laine

NFC WEST

Arizona Cardinals

Will running back David Johnson’s back will be healthy enough for him to play Sunday against Atlanta? The Cardinals planned on testing him Wednesday to see where he was. Coach Kliff Kingsbury doesn’t want to rush Johnson back, and will wait until after Wednesday’s practice to get a better read on Johnson’s health. “I like the progress he’s made, and hopefully that continues throughout the week,” Kingsbury said. — Josh Weinfuss

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Los Angeles Rams

Todd Gurley did not practice Wednesday because of a thigh contusion in his left quadriceps, and is considered day-to-day ahead of a Week 6 NFC West matchup against the 49ers, coach Sean McVay said Wednesday. When asked if he expected Gurley to be available Sunday against the undefeated 49ers, McVay responded: “It’s hard to say. He’d be better in tune to say exactly how he feels.” Gurley, who was sidelined for the final two regular-season games of 2018 because of a left knee issue, carried a majority of the load against the Seahawks, but otherwise has been periodically spelled throughout the season by backup Malcolm Brown.The Rams also have rookie backup Darrell Henderson to turn to if Gurley is unable to play.– Lindsey Thiry

San Francisco 49ers

The 49ers and Mike McGlinchey were taken aback Wednesday when they found out that the second-year right tackle would miss four to six weeks because of a right knee injury that requires arthroscopic surgery. McGlinchey’s is the latest in a string of injuries to 49ers starters that have been serious enough to force them to miss extended time but not to end their season. With McGlinchey joining left tackle Joe Staley (broken fibula) on the sideline for the time being, the Niners must turn to first-year offensive lineman Daniel Brunskill to step in on the right side. Brunskill and rookie Justin Skule are now the 49ers’ bookend tackles, and the duo charged with slowing the Rams’ pass rush and keeping the Niners’ running game rolling. It’s fair to expect veteran Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips to test San Francisco’s unproven tackles early and often in a key NFC West showdown. — Nick Wagoner

Seattle Seahawks
Right guard D.J. Fluker suffered a hamstring injury last Thursday against the Rams that has his status for Sunday’s game at Cleveland in doubt. Pete Carroll said Wednesday that Fluker, who didn’t return to the Rams game, isn’t yet able to practice six days later. Jamarco Jones drew rave reviews from Carroll for the way he stepped and held his own against Aaron Donald, so there’s at least some evidence that the Seahawks can withstand Fluker’s absence.

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Brady did it quickly with a 19-yard completion to Sony Michel at 14:20 of the first quarter.

Entering Thursday’s game, Brady had totaled 71,923 passing yards in the regular season. New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees holds the top spot, with 74,845 yards. Official NFL records account for only the regular season. When including the playoffs, Brady is No. 1.

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Over the course of his 20-year career, Brady has regularly deflected praise on such milestones.

“I think having a lot of perspective on things like this is where I like to come from. I don’t believe football is an individual sport,” he said Monday in his weekly radio interview on Westwood One. “So any individual accomplishment, to me, is always a team accomplishment. There is nothing you can accomplish in football without everybody else doing their job. I think I’ve always taken to football because of that.”

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Representatives for Colin Kaepernick say they have reached out to all 32 NFL teams about possible opportunities for the free-agent quarterback but have received “little to no response.”

This update was part of a lengthy statement released Thursday by agents Jeff Nalley and Jasmine Windham, with the headline “Facts to Address the False Narratives Regarding Colin Kaepernick.”

Kaepernick’s representatives say he has not demanded a specific salary and that he still wants to play in the NFL.

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“Not a single team has brought Colin in for a workout,” the statement said. “Seattle brought Colin in for a visit but did not work him out. … No other NFL team has interviewed or worked out Colin in the past three seasons, despite other false statements to the media to the contrary.

“… In 25 years, I have never seen anything like it.”

Kaepernick, who turns 32 on Nov. 3, has not played in the NFL since 2016, when he began protesting police brutality and racial injustice by kneeling during the national anthem. He opted out of his contract with the San Francisco 49ers in March 2017.

Within the past two years, Kaepernick and safety Eric Reid filed grievances against the league through the National Football League Players Association, alleging collusion among league owners to deny them jobs.

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In February, it was announced that both players had reached a settlement with the NFL. Terms were not disclosed.

Reid has since landed a job with the Carolina Panthers.

Kaepernick’s representatives said he has been “working out five days a week, for three years, in preparation to play again” but that the opportunity hasn’t presented itself.

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“The idea he doesn’t fit a team’s system does not mesh with how teams have adjusted their offensive schemes to fit the skill set of their quarterbacks,” the statement said. “Colin has the same skill set as many of the young mobile quarterbacks flourishing in the NFL right now.

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“… It is difficult to think of another young player in NFL history with statistics and character as impressive as Colin’s not being given an opportunity to earn a spot on an NFL roster after what he’s accomplished.”

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Brady, 42, has posted 90 career games in which he has thrown for 300 or more yards. Only Brees (116) and Manning (93) have more.

Furthermore, in 2018, Brady became just the fourth NFL player to reach 6,000 completions, joining Brees (6,621), Brett Favre (6,300) and Manning (6,125). He is also one of four quarterbacks to throw 35 or more touchdowns in a season four different times, along with Manning, Brees and Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers.

Brady said he doesn’t play for such records.

“I’m not a golfer. I don’t play tennis. You look at some of these individual sports, and yeah, it’s amazing and there’s great accomplishments. But I think the joy in sports for me is the relationships I’ve built with my teammates, my coaches and the organization I’ve represented,” Brady said in the radio interview this week. “Because I’ve been fortunate to play in the same place for 20 years, with great teammates, I’ve been able to pile up a lot of individual statistics. But the reality for me, all of those I share with all the guys I play with.”

Brady reflected on being interested in records as a baseball fan growing up in the Bay Area, following which players might break the mark for most home runs in a season.

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“I always enjoyed watching those great home run battles. I remember being in college when it was Sammy Sosa and Mark McGwire. They had that great summer of home runs. And obviously, being a San Francisco Giants fan and Barry Bonds being at my high school, I was a huge fan of Barry and what he accomplished,” Brady said on the radio.

“I don’t know so many football ones. I didn’t think about those. There have really been some incredible ones. I’ve watched this show on ESPN+, with Peyton, called ‘Peyton’s Places’ and I watched one the other day, ‘Unbreakable Records.’ It was very cool to just see so many of these different records that are still standing. Emmitt Smith’s career rushing yards. Jerry Rice’s career receiving yards. Some of these things, I don’t think will be broken for a very, very long time, if ever.”

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Asked by host Jim Gray on Westwood One the best record to have in football, Brady said, “If you look at individual seasons, those are pretty unique because it’s just one snapshot. I think when you look at career yards, it’s totally different. Peyton Manning’s 55 touchdowns in one year — that was incredible. I remember watching that. I had held the record at that point, at 50. … They just had a prolific offense. It’s pretty amazing when you have seasons like that.”