Jay Gruden

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Head Coach Jay Gruden

On the time frame for CB Josh Norman’s return:

“We’re not sure. He had follow-ups with doctors today. So he wasn’t out at practice today, so we’ll get a better idea come tomorrow/Wednesday. Hopefully it’s two to four [weeks]… five, three. I don’t know.”

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On injuries:

“Limited: Jordan Reed, rib/sternum; [Mason] Foster, shoulder; [Rob] Kelley, rib; [Morgan] Moses, ankle/shoulder; [Montae] Nicholson, shoulder; Josh Norman, shoulder. Full were [Deshazor] Everett, knee – lots of guys here –  [Josh] Doctson, hamstring; [Spencer] Long, knee; and [Chris] Thompson, back.”

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On injuries:

“Rob Kelley has a rib cartilage injury, he’ll be day-to-day. Jordan Reed has a chest/sternum contusion, he’ll be day-to-day. Josh Norman has an AC joint sprain, day-to-day. [Montae] Nicholson, AC joint sprain, day-to-day. Mason Foster has a shoulder dislocation and the labrum, he’ll be day-to-day; [Deshazor] Everett, knee sprain/MCL, day-to-day; [Morgan] Moses, ankle sprain/shoulder strain, he’ll be day-to-day. Those are the big ones.”

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