Bleacher Report's Daily Football Fix for October 20

Andy Bailey@@AndrewDBaileyFeatured ColumnistOctober 20, 2016

GLENDALE, AZ - OCTOBER 17:  Quarterback Geno Smith #7 of the New York Jets looks to throw the ball during a game against the Arizona Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium on October 17, 2016 in Glendale, Arizona.  (Photo by Norm Hall/Getty Images)
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Check out five of the top NFL and NCAA football headlines from Wednesday night and Thursday morning.

Geno Smith Named Starting Quarterback for New York Jets

  • Geno Smith will be taking over the quarterbacking duties from Ryan Fitzpatrick for the New York Jets. "I felt like it was time for a change," Jets head coach Todd Bowles said, per the team's Twitter account. Fitzpatrick leads the NFL with 11 interceptions.
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Update on Joe Flacco's Shoulder Injury

  • Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is dealing with a sore shoulder. He didn't practice on Thursday, per Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun. However, head coach John Harbaugh said, "I believe he has a legitimate chance to play," per the team's Twitter account.
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4-Star Running Back Colin Wilson Commits to Louisville

  • According to the Courier-Journal's Steve Jones, running back Colin Wilson, a 4-star recruit in's rankings, has committed to play football for the Louisville Cardinals. Jones shared the news by quoting a Wilson tweet.
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Buffalo Bills Running Back LeSean McCoy Suffers Hamstring Injury

  • Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy suffered a hamstring injury during Wednesday's practice.'s Mike Rodak tweeted head coach Rex Ryan's reaction to the injury: "We'll see how it goes."
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Richie Incognito Says Jonathan Martin Has Reached Out to Him Multiple Times

  • According to the Miami Herald's Adam Beasley, Jonathan Martin has reached out to Richie Incognito multiple times, though Incognito maintains, "I have nothing to say."
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