Roman Reigns hasn't appeared on Monday Night RAW since the go-home RAW show before the TLC: Tables, Ladders, and Chairs pay-per-view over a week ago due to medical issues.
Alongside Bray Wyatt and Bo Dallas, The Big Dog missed the TLC pay-per-view as well as the last two weeks of RAW due to having the mumps. Dallas returned last night, and while Wyatt was medically cleared, Reigns was not.
According to PWInsider, The Shield member is not yet cleared to return and will not be at this week's TV tapings or this week's European tour. The fact WWE changed their lineups over the weekend to remove The Shield reunion and replace certain main events with Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins defending the RAW Tag Team championships was a sign he wouldn't be ready.
Bray is expected to be traveling with the rest of the RAW roster on the European tour today, so he is most likely ready to return to TV for whenever creative has something for him. As for Reigns, his return date is still a bit of a mystery.
F4WOnline however, has reported when they believe The Big Dog will make a return to Monday Night RAW.
According to their report, Reigns is currently projected to return on the November 13 RAW in Atlanta.
The interesting note about this date is that this is the go-home show before Survivor Series on November 19, and with Reigns rumored to be part of RAW's team for the men's traditional interbrand 5-on-5 Survivor Series elimination match against SmackDown, this could be where they reveal his involvement to get fans even more hyped for the event.
The Big Dog was speculated to lead Team RAW against Team SmackDown in the men's five-on-five Survivor Series elimination match, however, since Kurt Angle announced as Team RAW's captain last night, this looks like it is no longer happen.
Recent speculation has suggested though he still will be part of the team, so long as he is able to be medically cleared in time for the pay-per-view in a couple of weeks time.