Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers is in the NFL’s concussion protocol after experiencing possible symptoms of a head injury, endangering his streak of 194 consecutive starts since 2006.

Rivers told the Chargers about his symptoms Monday after they returned from a 20-17 overtime loss in Jacksonville, coach Anthony Lynn said.

Kaepernick honored

Free-agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick was named GQ’s magazine’s “Citizen of the Year” for his activism. Kaepernick parted ways with the San Francisco 49ers in March and hasn’t been signed by another team.

Around the league

The Kansas City Chiefs waived defensive tackle Roy Miller two days after he was arrested in Florida and accused of assaulting his wife during an argument. … Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict won’t be suspended for the contact with an official that got him ejected from a 24-20 loss at Tennessee. … Ben McAdoo is staying as coach of the New York Giants, at least until the end of the season. Giants co-owners John Mara and Steve Tisch issued a statement saying while they are frustrated and disappointed with the Giants’ 1-8 record, they won’t evaluate the team and make any moves until the end of the season. … The Oakland Raiders placed cornerback Gareon Conley on injured reserve. The Raiders made the decision to shut down their first-round pick for the season when they determined he had not healed properly from a shin injury that first happened in minicamp in June. … Denver Broncos coach Vance Joseph said quarterback Brock Osweiler will start against Cincinnati next weekend, getting his third consecutive start despite being 0-2 since replacing Trevor Siemian. … The Oakland Raiders broke ground on a 65,000-seat domed stadium in Las Vegas, across the freeway from the city’s world-famous casinos.