10:03 PM EDT, Sat September 20, 2014
AFC East Rumors & News
The New York Jets are officially listing cornerback Dee Milliner as doubtful, but the team expects the 23-year-old to miss his second game of the season Monday night against the Chicago Bears due to ankle and quadricep injuries. Now for some good news: Wide receiver Eric Decker, who did not practice Wednesday, Thursday and Friday due to a hamstring injury, was out there on a limited basis Saturday, the team said, and is officially being listed as questionable.
New York Post 42 mins ago
It appears the Jets will be without top cornerback Dee Milliner for Monday night’s game with the Bears. Milliner did not practice for the second straight day Saturday and officially...
Express-Times 14 hours ago
The career of Miami Dolphins outside linebacker Dion Jordan hit a major roadblock on Friday when it was announced that he has been suspended four games for violating the NFL's policy on substances abuse.
Bolts From The Blue 3 hours ago
Each week, John Gennaro gives San Diego Chargers fans three reasons to be optimistic about the team's chances in their upcoming game. This week, he explains how San Diego's offense will lead to a victory in Buffalo against the Bills. Running Rivers You think I'm kidding, but I'm not. Let's take a quick look at Philip Rivers' rushing per-game averages year to year: 2006: 3.0 carries, 3.1 yards2007: 1.8 carries, 2.1 yards2008: 1.9 carries, 5.3 yards2009: 1.6 carries, 3.1 yards2010: 1.8 carries, 3.3 yards2011: 1.6 carries, 2.3 yards2012: 1.7 carries, 2.5 yards2013: 1.8 carries, 4.5 yards2014:...
South Florida Sun-Sentinel 4 hours ago
Both teams seek improvement despite injured RB, spotty QB playThe winless Kansas City Chiefs visit Sun Life Stadium on Sunday riding a two-game losing streak, their best playmaker, running back Jamaal Charles, showed by a sprained ankle, and their quarterback, Alex Smith, ranking 35th, dead last, in the NFL with a 63.6 passer rating.
Pats Pulpit 5 hours ago
Making a score prediction for the Patriots' week three match-up against the Oakland Raiders. Tomorrow afternoon, the Patriots finally kick off their home slate with an intra-conference match-up against the Oakland Raiders. The Raiders are 0-2 and are coming off an ugly home loss to the Houston Texans. On paper, this is a game that the Patriots should win easily. The Raiders have struggled to defend the run, and are likely going to be without two of their top three linebackers. The Patriots showed an ability to run the ball up the throat of a defense last week, and will likely take that...
Newsday 23 mins ago
"Hey, man. Talk to you after the game."
South Florida Sun-Sentinel 2 hours ago
Early season struggles, Chiefs' poor defense present QB an opportunityWe can play with emotions and grow creative with analysis, but here is the small and simple book on Ryan Tannehill on this third Sunday of his third season:
South Florida Sun-Sentinel 2 hours ago
Branden Albert was a lost youngster until his older brother Ashley Sims took him in and forced football on himAshley Sims remembers returning to his hometown of Rochester, N.Y. during one of his breaks from the University of Maryland football team, going to his old hangout spot at the neighborhood basketball courts and instantly getting mesmerized by the youngster tearing up the competition.
Newsday 2 hours ago
Dee Milliner's latest injury likely will keep him sidelined Monday night against the Chicago Bears.
Chicago Sun-Times 5 hours ago
From a 40-minute news conference with receiver Brandon Marshall to Devin Hester saying he was unhappy his last few years in Chicago, there has been a lot to discuss this week. But not too much about the New York Jets, who, if you didn’t know, will host the Bears on “Monday Night Football.” Here are this week’s Bears “Question Marks.” 1. Will Brandon Marshall’s very personal news conference affect the outcome Monday? That’s doubtful. The Bears have...
New York Post 6 hours ago
The Pro Day at South Carolina in March 2012 attracted scouts, executives and coaches from every team in the NFL. The Gamecocks were loaded with talent and everyone came to...
Inside the Bills | Buffalobills.com 6 hours ago
This year BOSE, the Official Sound of the Bills, is going to bring insider access to fans by showing fans what songs Bills players listen to on game day. For 12 weeks during the 2014 season, a different Bills player will be featured in the Player Playlist, presented by BOSE. This week, it’s Bills QR […]
Newsday 6 hours ago
Tom Coughlin and Rex Ryan have overlapped as New Yorkâs pro football coaches for six seasons now, the longest such stretch since Bill Parcells and Joe Walton in the 1980s.
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