The Chargers waste another solid defensive outing against an AFC contender, and now find themselves on Playoff Life Support, needing help over the last 2 weeks to make a 2nd straight playoff appearance. Quarterback: F For the 2nd straight week, the Chargers needed Philip Rivers to play big. For the 2nd straight week, he may have had the worst game of anyone on the team. Rivers finished with 24 completions on 41 attempts (58.5%) for 232 yards (5.65 YPA), with 1 TD pass and a pair of terrible interceptions, which crushed any possibility of a late comeback. For the 2nd straight week, Rivers...
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Philip Rivers (chest) remained sidelined at Wednesday's practice.
On Wednesday, the Giants began prepping for Sunday's meeting with the St. Louis Rams, and Manning was off the injury report.
Newark Star-Ledger 1 hour ago
Jennings' ankle is again something the Giants will have to monitor here in the final two weeks of the season.
IRVING, Texas -- DeMarco Murray's five lost fumbles are the most in the NFL this season among non-quarterbacks. On Monday he had surgery to repair a broken left hand, leading to obvious ball security questions. While there is confidence that he could be able to play through the injury Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts, the Cowboys have to be sure Murray can "handle the ball under duress," as Jason Garrett said on Monday. Since Week 6, Murray has not fumbled in his last 221 rushing attempts, which is the longest streak on carries in the league, according to ESPN Stats & Information.
FOXBORO — The day after the Patriots defeated the Jets earlier this season, their rivals from New York traded for explosive wide receiver Percy Harvin.The veteran won a Super Bowl with the Seattle Seahawks last season but was dealt to the Jets amid reports of locker room trouble.Harvin seems to have blended in well in the Big Apple. He’s caught 25 passes for 306 yards with a touchdown since landing in New York.
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Defensive lineman Ray McDonald is the focus of a San Jose police investigation for the second time this season, and this time as a suspect in a possible sexual assault Monday, police announced. For more on the investigation, here… Continue Reading →
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McDonald was investigated for domestic abuse earlier this season
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- New England Patriots rookie defensive lineman Dominique Easley was not spotted at practice on Wednesday, as he was officially placed on season-ending injured reserve by the team. Easley, the Patriots’ first-round selection from the 2014 draft, has been battling a knee injury. He tore the ACLs in both of his knees during his time at Florida. Easley played in 11 games this season, with two starts, and was credited with nine tackles, one sack and one interception.
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FOXBORO — Dominique Easley was the only player on the active roster not present at Patriots practice on the lower field at Gillette Stadium Wednesday in advance of Sunday’s game against the Jets. But, Easley was reportedly placed on injured reserve. Tight end Steve Maneri, who was with the team in training camp, was seen […]
Every now and then, rivals back one another, and that’s precisely what took place Tuesday when Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers ripped Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer for criticizing Jay Cutler as an anonymous source in an NFL Network report. Rodgers told the NFL Network he was “baffled” by the situation, and criticized Kromer’s behavior while expressing empathy for what Cutler endured in the week leading up to Chicago’s loss to the New Orleans Saints on Monday Night Football.
Buffalo News 15 hours ago
Jay Cutler has been called every name in the book during this dreadful season with the Bears, the least of which is this: overpaid. In January, the quarterback signed a seven-year contract worth... Read More
Robert Griffin III triggered alarm bells among fans and Coach Jay Gruden when he didn’t get up, remaining motionless on FedEx Field, for a full six seconds after being sacked a sixth time in Sunday’s loss to the New York Giants. Given the three major leg injuries Griffin had suffered in his young football career, […]
Washington Post 24 mins ago
Robert Griffin III triggered alarm bells among fans and Coach Jay Gruden when he didn’t get up, remaining motionless on FedEx Field, for a full six seconds after being sacked a sixth time in Sunday’s loss to the New York Giants.Read full article >>
The Minnesota Vikings made a couple of roster moves on Wednesday to add players to the roster. The first of those moves was to promote safety Ahmad Dixon from the practice squad to the 53-man roster. The Vikings had a space on the main roster following yesterday's release of J'Marcus Webb. The Vikings had signed Dixon to the practice squad for a second time a couple of weeks ago. . .the first time the Vikings signed him, he was plucked away by the Chicago Bears five days later. Dixon has also spent some time on the Miami Dolphins' practice squad this season before getting released by them...
The Jaguars haven’t officially declared quarterback Blake Bortles the starter for Thursday night’s game against Tennessee, but coach Gus Bradley said No. 5’s right foot injury is making progress. Bradley said Bortles will be worked out several hours before kickoff. He is listed as questionable on the injury report but remains likely to start. “He’s really progressed,” Bradley said after today’s walk-through. “Tuesday to today, much better. We just need to see him move around better. He’s progressed much faster than anticipated. Another day, I think, will benefit him.” read...
Monday Night Football this weekend pits an 11-win team against a nine-win team with massive AFC playoff implications. The Denver Broncos are between three and 3.5-point favorites on the road in Monday Night Football as they'll travel to Paul Brown Stadium to face the Cincinnati Bengals. The line doesn't come as too big a surprise; the Broncos have become road warriors of late, winning four in a row (two on the road) and claiming 12 straight road division wins over the past three years en route to their fourth consecutive division title. Their last road game, a 22-10 whooping of the...
Eagles coach Chip Kelly confirmed Wednesday that outside linebacker Trent Cole is having surgery to place a plate in his broken left hand. Kelly said Cole will not play against the Redskins this week. Defensive coordinator Bill Davis said Tuesday that if Cole had surgery, he probably could play in the season finale against the Giants.
What a year at One Jets Drive.
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New York Jets owner Woody Johnson favorited a tweet on Monday requesting him to fire general manager John Idzik. Boomer and Carton discuss.
Jordan Reed misses practice to attend birth of his first child, Redskins Coach Jay Gruden said.
After recording a season-high eight tackles and snagging an interception to seal a 22-10 win against San Diego on Sunday, Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib was named the AFC Defensive Player of the Week.