Thomas, Bennett expected back for Seahawks

RENTON, Wash. (AP) The Seattle Seahawks are expected to get at least six players back from injury this week, including safety Earl Thomas, defensive end Michael Bennett and center Justin Britt. Also expected back in the lineup for Seattle are cornerback DeShawn Shead, linebacker Mike Morgan and backup running back Troymaine Pope. Thomas, Shead and Britt were not listed on the...
Via AP on Fox
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Broncos’ Brandon Marshall, thrice-cut by Jaguars, eager for return against Jacksonville

Sunday is the most anticipated game of the regular season for Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall. Yes, Jacksonville. It’s significant because he finally gets an in-person opportunity to prove that the organization that cut him three times made a mistake. It’s been more than three years since he was last released by the Jaguars, but Marshall still has a bitter taste in his mouth...
Via The Denver Post
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Notebook: Raiders Secondary Takes A Hit Prior To Matchup with Bills

The Oakland Raiders were back on the field Friday afternoon at their Alameda, Calif., facility.
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'My Cause, My Cleats'

Five Seahawks players will take part in the NFL's 'My Cause, My Cleats' campaign this weekend, wearing customized footwear to support causes that are important to them.
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Sex tape scandal can’t keep Von Miller from playing NFL Santa Claus

Broncos star linebacker Von Miller wants his rivals in the AFC West to drink and be merry this Christmas — sending every single player on the Raiders, Chiefs and Chargers a custom bottle of wine recently to show how much he enjoys planting them in the dirt. “It is an honor and a privilege to take...
Via New York Post
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Spagnola: Someone Better Go Tell The Cowboys You Can’t Win ’Em All

MINNEAPOLIS – You can’t win ’em all, can you?
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CA School For The Deaf's Warren Keller Named Oakland Raiders High School "Coach Of The Year"

Warren Keller, from CA School for the Deaf, was named The Oakland Raiders High School “Coach of the Year."
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Pete Carroll: Death of Former USC Running Back Joe McKnight “Just Hurts Everybody. We’re Going To Miss Him Greatly”

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll reflects on the death of former USC and NFL running back Joe McKnight.
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After 3 Wins In 12 Days, Cowboys Will Rest Up On “Mini-Bye” This Weekend

FRISCO, Texas – The Cowboys aren’t relaxing on the strength of their NFL-best 11-1 record. But they are getting some needed, and well-earned, rest this weekend.
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Jarran Reed denies spitting in the face of Buccaneers player

Seattle Seahawks defensive tackle Jarran Reed had some strong comments on Friday when asked about allegations that he spit at Tampa Bay center Joe Hawley during Sunday’s 14-5 loss to the Buccaneers. Hawley made the allegation during his Thursday night appearance on 620-WDAE. “They were hitting me late and when I got up, when I got all fired up, one guy actually spit in my...
Via The Sports Daily
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It’s time to say farewell to Darrelle Revis

The New York Jets shouldn’t waste their time with cornerback Darrelle Revis anymore. It’s time to say farewell for the last time. The NFL is being swarmed by the young star athletes in their breakout seasons that seem poised to be the future of this league. Everywhere except for the New York Jets in the […] It’s time to say farewell to Darrelle Revis - The Jet Press - The...
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Rams Week 13 Injury Report: Robert Quinn, Tavon Austin miss practice

While the Los Angeles Rams have had one of healthier rosters in recent weeks, there could be some substantial absences against the New England Patriots on Sunday. Defensive end Robert Quinn (concussion) is listed questionable and wide receiver Tavon Austin (chest) is doubtful. Both missed the entire week of practice. Rams DE Robert Quinn didn't practice all week. He is in the...
Via The Rams Wire
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The Oakland Raiders: The NFL’s Most Transcendent Franchise

The Oakland Raiders are the most transcendent franchise in NFL history. On November 21st, 2015, over 76,000 fans gathered in Mexico City to watch the Oakland Raiders 27-20 victory over the Houston Texans. Just the second NFL contest to take place in the country, the game meant more to the tens-of-thousands of Hispanics in attendance. Houston fans […] The Oakland Raiders: The...
Via Just Blog Baby
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Antonio Brown wants to be called “Ronald” now, for a “top-secret” reason

Apparently, Steelers’ receiver Antonio Brown wants to be addressed as “Ronald” now. When asked about his special cleats for the NFL’s week allowing players to express themselves via their footwear, Brown dropped this on the assembled media: Ronald — Mark Kaboly (@MarkKaboly) December 2, 2016 You should all be very confused with the situation...
Via The Comeback
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JP Finlay: Redskins beat Cardinals if they do these three things

Redskins Insider JP Finlay says any game plan to beat the Cardinals should start with sacking quarterback Carson Palmer.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
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Oh I definitely remember the last time the Packers played the Texans, and you do too.  It was the “shhhhhhh” game.  Packers QB Aaron Rodgers has made a career of playing with a chip on his shoulder and backing up bold statements.  People remember “shhhhhh”, they remember R-E-L-A-X, will they remember “run the table”? Why the Packers will win: The Texans don’t match...
Via Packers Talk Radio Network
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Su'a Cravens: Stopping David Johnson is first priority for Redskins defense

Larry Fitzgerald is the Cardinals' super star, but Redskins safety Su'a Cravens said the most important player to stop is running back David Johnson.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
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Seahawks getting five healed starters back for Sunday night vs Carolina, including Bennett

RENTON Don’t believe everything you read -- or, in this case, hear. Michael Bennett is playing Sunday night for the first time in six games. The Seahawks (7-3-1) listed their … Click to Continue »
Via Seahawks Insider
3 hours ago

Leonard Williams' progress bright spot in Jets' dismal year

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) Leonard Williams spent some uncomfortable days in the film room at Southern California - even after he had some huge performances. Ed Orgeron, the Trojans' defensive line coach at the time, would usually gloss over all of the sacks and tackles for loss. Instead, he would get on Williams for some of the few mistakes he made. ''In the beginning, it was kind...
Via AP on Fox
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Antonio Brown Needs 13 More Receptions To Set Another NFL Record

While it’s probably unlikely that Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown will catch 13 passes during Sunday’s game against the New York Giants, he has managed to accomplish that feat four times already during his career. With that disclaimer out of the way, Brown needs just 13 more catches between...
Via Steelers Depot
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Earl Thomas, DeShawn Shead and Justin Britt all Back for Seahawks; Michael Bennett Questionable

Injury updates from Seahawks coach Pete Carroll ahead of Sunday's game against Carolina.
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Work ethic and Friday before Washington

It’s been a week of criticism and accountability, of players meeting and talk of needing just one win. And as Bruce Arians talked for the final time before the last-gasp-for-now Washington game Sunday about such things, he veered to a message that wasn’t really asked about but something he clearly wanted to say. “I love this team’s work ethic,” the coach said. “I never...
Via Word from the Birds
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Colts Injury Report: Vontae Davis, T.Y. Hilton, and Andrew Luck Full Participants Friday

The Indianapolis Colts had some positive injury news, as cornerback Vontae Davis (groin), wide receiver T.Y. Hilton (back), and quarterback Andrew Luck (concussion/shoulder) were all full participants in practice on Friday. It looks as though all 3 key players will be ready to play Monday night against the New York Jets–assuming Luck eventually passes the […] Colts Injury Report...
Via Horseshoe Heroes
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Cowboys' Rolando McClain suspended indefinitely by NFL

Dallas Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain, sidelined all season while serving a 10-game suspension, has been banned indefinitely by the NFL for violating its drug policy.McClain was eligible to return to the Cowboys last month, and while owner Jerry Jones said he'd been in constant contact with the 27-year-old linebacker and he wanted to return to the team, Jones said he would not...
Via FOX Sports
3 hours ago

Bears-49ers: And the winner is?

Both teams are on track to be drafting in the top five, and the inevitable “the loser is the winner” talk has made its rounds,
Via CSN Chicago
3 hours ago
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