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Jadeveon Clowney set to return for MNF against the Steelers

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Todays top US Headlines:

- Jadeveon Clowney could play MFN against the Steelers. Reportedly 50/50.

- Austrailian Rugby League star quits the sport to pursue a career in the NFL.

- Steve Nash set for a place on the Lakers bench with Jeremy Lin set to start at PG.

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Clowney

Jadeveon Clowney could be back in Houston's lineup a little sooner than expected.

Clowney was sidelined after week 1 when he had surgery on a torn meniscus and was predicted to be out for 6 weeks. However, after five weeks Texans head coach Bill O’Brian says Clowney will be a toss up for this monday against the Steelers.

Jarryd Hayne

Australian rugby league star Jared Hayne has quit the sport in order to pursue a career in the NFL.

The Australian international won the National Rugby League's highest individual accolade - the Dally M Medal - for a second time just last month, and has been given a conditional release by his club, the Parramatta Eels, in order to follow his NFL dream.

Hayne described it as the hardest decision he’s ever had to make.

NASH v LIN

Lakers veteran Steve Nash will reportedly have to make do with a place on the bench as Head Coach Byron Scott has indicated that Jeremy Lim will start at Point Guard.

The decision will be mainly based on continuity and with 41 year old Nash struggling to string consecutive games together after sitting out of the teams 2nd and 3rd exhibition matches, Lin looks set to get the nod.

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