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Sio Moore apologizes for almost ruining game with extended sack celebration

The Oakland Raider pulled off quite an upset on Thursday night for their first win of the season, but it could have very well blew up in smoke in one boneheaded move by linebackers Sio Moore and Khalil Mack, who celebrated way too long after sacking Chiefs QB Alex Smith in the 4th qtr. on third down with 40 seconds on the clock. It was only the heads up move by Justin Tuck, who...
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Randy Moss thought 2007 call from Belichick was a joke

Stuck with the prospect of another dismal season with the Oakland Raiders, former NFL receiver Randy Moss thought he was just about done. But a strange thing happened - there was someone out there that believed that Moss still had the the talent and plenty left in the tank to contribute to a high caliber football team. That man, as we know was Bill Belichick, and the heist...
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Returning Gordon vows to 'tear this league up'

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon makes his return to the field Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons, and he's apparently giving us a heads up what to expect. Former player and now NFL Network analyst Nate Burleson conveyed the message that Gordon told him regarding his return, and his plan to "tear this league up" over the next six weeks. "He told me: 'Starting on...
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DeSean Jackson: 49ers were interested in signing me

At this point, with QB drama once again setting on our nation's capital, Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson is probably thinking he should've flown to the west coast for a meeting before deciding on the Redskins as his new home. Jackson revelaed on Wednesday that it was a 'close call' in choosing his current team, as the San Francisco 49ers were interested...
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Fred Jackson: Snowed-in Bills at a 'huge disadvantage' without practice

As you may have heard, Sunday's home game time is up in the air for the Buffalo Bills against the New York Jets due to major snow storm. The Bills haven't been able to practice due to a driving ban in the area, and that's bad news for the team, says running back Fred Jackson. Thursday also look to be another missed practice day, according to reports. "I'll...
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RB Ben Tate finds a new home in Minnesota

One day after beling released by the Cleveland Browns, running back Ben Tate was claimed off waivers by the Minnesota Vikings, the very same day the Vikings learned Adrian Peterson won't be walking through that door any time soon. Tate, who wasn't a happy camper in Cleveland about losing carries to two rookies, Isaiah Crowell and Terrance West, will get some burn in Minnesota...
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Aaron Rodgers apparently thought beatdown of Eagles was hilarious

On Sunday, the Green Bay Packers beat down the Philadelphia Eagles in apparently quite a laughable way, you could say. None would agree more than Eagles linebacker Brandon Graham, who is the latest to chime in on how bad his team was in the game. WR Jeremy Maclin said on Sunday that the Eagles couldn't have beaten the 0-10 Raiders - that's how bad they played. Graham...
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Jerry Jones: Bye was beneficial to Romo's health

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo got some much-needed rest during the team's bye week, and his back thanks him. He has two small fractures in his lower back, and we're sure he was doing a lot of resting this Sunday rather than put more stress on the area. Dallas Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones confirmed as much to KRLD-FM: "I think it's really...
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Jonas Gray gets 2 more yards added to his breakout game

I'm sure plenty of you out there were saying the same thing I was as the clocked ticked away its final seconds in the New England Patriots beat down of the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday night. 'Come on, give Jonas Gray another carry so he could reach the 200-yard mark' was my gripe as the Patriots took a knee for the final few snaps of the game. Well it looks like the...
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Eagles' Graham: Aaron Rodgers was laughing at our defense

On Sunday, the Green Bay Packers beat down the Philadelphia Eagles in apparently quite a laughable way, you could say. None would agree more than Eagles linebacker Brandon Graham, who is the latest to chime in on how bad his team was in the game. WR Jeremy Maclin said on Sunday that the Eagles couldn't have beaten the 0-10 Raiders - that's how bad they played. Graham...
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Soon-to-be free agent Gore knows he's no spring chicken

San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore is still a productive player, but at 31-years-old, his future is uncertain with the team as he hits free agency following the season. "I'd love to be back here but they got younger guys," Gore said on the The Jim Rome Show Tuesday. "You know how they feel about running backs. That's why each week I go out to play for my team and to...
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Report: Broken ankle for Ahmad Bradshaw

While the Indianapolis Colts were still reeling from their loss to the New England Patriots on Sunday night, they received some bad news after the game, and quite a huge blow to their offense. The team believes running back Ahmad Bradshaw, who been the workhorse in both the rushing and passing game, broke his ankle, according to the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. So far...
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Marshawn Lynch: Front office talks a lot

Amid reports that Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch is done with the team after this season, and compounded with a disappointing loss to the Chief Sunday, Lynch spoke to the media to express his frustration. When asked about his future with the team, Lynch repeated the question: "Do I think I'll be gone after this season?" "I don't know, man...
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Rapoport: Lynch as good as gone in Seattle

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch looks to be playing his final few games with the team. Amid rumblings early on in the season that the team plans to part ways with Lynch, new reports seem to suggest that's exactly what will transpire. "Everything I'm being told by people involved in the situation, nothing has changed with the Seahawks' plans to...
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Giants sign LB Justin Anderson, place RB Peyton Hillis on season ending injured reserve

According to Igor Mello of CBS Sports, the New York Giants have promoted rookie linebacker Justin Anderson from the practice squad to the 53-man roster and placed veteran running back Peyton Hillis on injured reserve due to a concussion. Anderson has yet to play a game this season. Hillis was placed on the season-ending injured reserve list  after suffering his second concussion...
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49ers linebackers coach Jim Leavitt on rookie LB Chris Borland: He’s like a little cannonball

The San Francisco 49ers linebacker corps has been hit hard by injuries including Patrick Willis and NaVorro Bowman who is working his way back from a knee injury that occurred during the 2013 season. If there was one area the team needed a surprise it was at the inside linebacker position and rookie Chris Borland so far has been that player stepping up. He has an NFL-high 43...
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Patriots come out of bye week in good shape

According to Marty Gitlin of CBS Sports, the patriots head into their Sunday showdown with the Indianapolis Colts in good condition physically after a week of rest due to the bye. Defensive end/linebacker Chandler Jones is out, however, the rest of the roster looks to be in solid shape. Quarterback Tom Brady (ankle) and wideout Matthew Slater (shoulder) are listed as probable...
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Raiders OC Greg Olson on Derek Carr: There has to be a trust factor

Oakland Raiders offensive coordinator Greg Olson has the daunting task of trying to develop rookie quarterback Derek Carr while the team falls further into the black hole of losing. The coach is looking for Carr to grow on the field and start making the more difficult throws, and taking additional chances. “How do we convince Derek, at times, to make certain throws? There has...
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Antonio Brown and company essential to Roethlisberger's success

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Ron, the lead editor of FantasyFootballOverdose.Com – great source of football news and rumors. You can follow @NFLRankings via Twitter or via Google+ for more updates. Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is having a season for the ages. In the two weeks before last week's disappointing loss to the Jets, Roethlisberger threw...
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Pete Carroll looking for Seahawks to finish season strong

At times this season, the Seattle Seahawks haven't looked like Super Bowl champions but they have managed to put themselves in a position to finish strong and become a force come playoff time. As has been the history of Pete Carroll coached teams, they seems to get better in November and December, heating up at just the right time. “I've watched that, because going back...
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Peterson: The report that I backed out of a meeting with the NFL is just not true

Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson released a statement Sunday through the NFLPA explaining the events that led up to him missing a disciplinary hearing Friday. The troubled star is trying to be reinstated after his legal woes start to wind down but he disputes that he intentionally skipped the meeting. "The report that I backed out of a meeting with the NFL...
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Julius Peppers quickly becoming the leader of the Pack(ers) on defense

Green Bay Packers linebacker Julius Peppers arrived as the savior top the team's pass rush issues, however, he's taken on even an larger role as one of the leaders in the defensive unit. "It's a fine line," the 13-year veteran Peppers said, via JSOnline.com. "You want your words to mean something, so you don't want to overdo it. You just feel...
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Reggie Bush out vs. Cardinals

Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush will miss his third game of the season as he's still dealing with a lingering ankle injury, reports the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Some rest on the ankle will benefit Bush as he'll likely return to the lineup next week, according to Rapoport. Joique Bell will get the bulk of the snaps and Theo Riddick will look to take advantage...
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Cowboys more likely to tag Bryant than Murray

The Dallas Cowboys are faced with a pretty tough decision on WR Dez Bryant and RB DeMarco Murray, both in the final year of their respective contracts, when the season ends. Two star players they'd rather not lose, yet only one franchise tag to use, if of course deals can't be worked out. But when it comes down to it, Bryant is the one that gets the tag, according to...
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Eagles bring in Terrelle Pryor for workout

According to Michael David Smith of Profootballtalk.com, the Eagles worked out former Seattle Seahawks quarterback Terrelle Pryor after starting signal caller Nick Foles went down with a collar bone injury two weeks ago. The team needs depth after moving Mark Sanchez into the top spot with Matt Barkley as the lone backup. Smith writes: 'Pryor, the former Ohio State star...
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