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  • Report: Kidney injury ends season for Chargers’ Allen

    The Sports Xchange San Diego Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen has a lacerated kidney that will sideline him for the remainder of the season, according to multiple reports Tuesday. Allen was injured before halftime of the Chargers’ loss on Sunday to the Baltimore Ravens. He did not return for the second half and was... [Read More]

  • Titans name Mularkey interim coach

    The Sports Xchange Mike Mularkey showed up for work in Nashville early Tuesday morning planning to shape a plan the running game at New Orleans. Not long after he began his workday, Mularkey was a head coach for the third time and plans changes for the Tennessee Titans. “As I told (president Steve Underwood),... [Read More]

  • Texans LB Clowney day-to-day with back injury

    The Sports Xchange Houston Texans linebacker Jadeveon Clowney is day-to-day with a back injury. Tests revealed no structural damage and Clowney will benefit from extra rest with the 3-5 Texans entering their bye week in a first-place tie with the Indianapolis Colts for the AFC South lead. Clowney missed most of his rookie season... [Read More]

  • NFL ups London commitment to five games in 2016

    The Sports Xchange The NFL can play as many as five games per year at London’s Twickenham Stadium over a three-year period beginning in October 2016, increasing the league’s potential commitment in England. Already in place and recently extended through 2020 if the NFL’s plan for a minimum of two games per year at... [Read More]

  • Titans fire Whisenhunt

    The Sports Xchange Ken Whisenhunt was fired by the Tennessee Titans on Tuesday and replaced by interim coach Mike Mularkey. Whisenhunt was 3-20 as head coach in Tennessee, including 1-6 this season. The Titans lost their sixth consecutive game Sunday at Houston. It’s the third straight season Whisenhunt lost at least six in a... [Read More]

  • 3 things we learned about the Colts

    The Sports Xchange CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Carolina Panthers kicker Graham Gano knew to focus on what might be coming up rather than dwell on the past. He was clutch in overtime, kicking a 42-yard field goal and then a game-winning 52-yarder as the Panthers stayed unbeaten by defeating the Indianapolis Colts 29-26 on a... [Read More]

  • 3 things we learned about the Panthers

    The Sports Xchange CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Carolina Panthers kicker Graham Gano knew to focus on what might be coming up rather than dwell on the past. He was clutch in overtime, kicking a 42-yard field goal and then a game-winning 52-yarder as the Panthers stayed unbeaten by defeating the Indianapolis Colts 29-26 on a... [Read More]

  • Safety Moore benched by Texans

    The Sports Xchange HOUSTON — Veteran free safety Rahim Moore was the only starter benched following the Hosuton Texans’ debacle against the Miami Dolphins. It was an embarrassing moment for Moore to be a healthy scratch against the Tennessee Titans and be replaced by Andre Hal. Signed to a three-year, $12 million contract this... [Read More]

  • Texans pass rush overwhelms Titans

    The Sports Xchange HOUSTON — Overwhelmed by a swarming Houston Texans pass rush, Tennessee Titans quarterback Zach Mettenberger was repeatedly drilled in the back by outside linebacker Whitney Mercilus and hit in the chest by star defensive end J.J. Watt. During the final play of the game, Mettenberger was left gasping for air when... [Read More]

  • Cowboys desperately need a win before Romo’s return

    The Sports Xchange IRVING, Texas — The Dallas Cowboys are desperate and find themselves in must-win mode. They have lost five straight games since quarterback Tony Romo went down in Week 2. The latest loss was a 13-12 setback to the Seattle Seahawks. The Cowboys remain in last place in the NFC East, but... [Read More]