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    Game roundup: Redskins cruise but lose RGIII

    LANDOVER, Md. — Washington leaned on its defense and backup quarterback Kirk Cousins to lift the Redskins to a 41-10 victory over Jacksonville, but the celebration was muted based on the likely serious injury suffered by quarterback Robert Griffin. After the game, head coach Jay Gruden said Griffin suffered a dislocated left ankle. Griffin... [Read More]

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    NFL roundup: Rice to appeal indefinite suspension

    Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice will appeal his indefinite suspension on Monday. The league banned Rice and the Ravens released him after video surfaced showing him punching and knocking out his then-fiancee, Janay, in February at an Atlantic City hotel. Janay Rice blasted media for releasing the video. She and Rice were... [Read More]

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    Vikings GM: All Options on Table for Peterson

    Minnesota Vikings executive vice president and general manager Rick Spielman said Sunday that “all options are on the table” when it comes to how the team will handle the allegations against running back Adrian Peterson. “Friday night was the first we heard of the formal allegations against Adrian Peterson, and we decided, as an... [Read More]

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    Welker, Scandrick Remain Suspended Today

    Denver Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker won’t be suiting up on Sunday. Neither will Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick. Despite the union’s approval, the NFL didn’t sign off on a new drug policy before Saturday’s roster deadline, meaning players potentially eligible for reinstatement remained on the reserve/suspended list. That includes Welker and Scandrick, who... [Read More]

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    Panthers Change Stance; De-Activate Hardy

    Greg Hardy is inactive for the Carolina Panthers on Sunday against the Detroit Lions. The defensive end has been embroiled in controversy after being arrested on charges of assault on a female and communicating threats on May 13. Hardy was found guilty by a judge on July 15 and requested a jury trial, which... [Read More]

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    Palmer Out for Cardinals; Stanton to Start

    Source: #Cardinals QB Carson Palmer will not play today. He tested his shoulder out and couldn’t go. It’s Drew Stanton. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 14, 2014 via Ian Rapoport of NFL Network on Twitter [Read More]

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    Panthers Without RB Williams Against Lions

    #Panthers Inactives for #DETvsCAR: QB Webb, S Boston, RB D. Williams, LB J.Williams, G Williams, OL Norwell, DE Hardy. — Carolina Panthers (@Panthers) September 14, 2014 via Panthers PR on Twitter [Read More]

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    Cameron, Mingo, Tate Out for Browns

    Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron won’t play Sunday against the New Orleans Saints due to a shoulder injury, the team announced. Cleveland will also be without linebacker Barkevious Mingo and running back Ben Tate. via Pat McManamon of ESPN [Read More]

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    Patriots’ Collins Out Against Vikings

    Starting New England Patriots linebacker Jamie Collins has been ruled out for Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings with a thigh injury. Collins, who played 73 of 74 snaps in the team’s season-opening loss, had been added to the team’s injury report on Thursday. Players had been bracing for the possibility of being without... [Read More]

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    Bengals Activate Still; Burfict Will Play

    Five days after the Cincinnati Bengals officially moved defensive tackle Devon Still off the practice squad and placed him on the 53-man active roster, they kept him on the 46-man game-day roster Sunday when the Bengals hosted the Atlanta Falcons in their home opener. Along with Still, the Bengals kept linebacker Vontaze Burfict on... [Read More]