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Gunther Cunningham revisits his early life in Europe

LONDON – He stepped on the plane Monday night along with the rest of the Detroit Lions, but few of them had Gunther Cunningham’s apprehensions. It might seem odd that a man who was a German citizen until 2010 would have concern heading...Show More Summary

Greg Olsen should be prime target against Seahawks

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen is having a career season. The Seattle Seahawks are having a nightmarish season against tight ends. On paper, this seems like an area the Panthers can exploit on Sunday at Bank...Show More Summary

Bill Belichick does NOT want to talk about disciplining Darrelle Revis

Don't bother asking Bill Belichick about Patriots cornerback Darrelle Revis.

Jerry Jones may try to skirt new London rule in Super Bowl bid

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones hopes to host another Super Bowl.  (The next one preferably will come without a midweek ice storm — and with enough seats to match the tickets sold.)  But Jones may refrain from making a bid if it means losing a home game to London. Or, more accurately, Jones possibly will make…

Raiders want to get Maurice Jones-Drew more work

The Raiders signed several veteran free agents this offseason, but haven’t got much return from those investments so far this year. Coach Tony Sparano would like that to change for one member of that crew. Running back Maurice Jones-Drew has 18 carries for 48 yards so far this season and Sparano would like to see…

Tennessee Football: 5 Volunteers Who Will Surprise vs. Alabama

The Tennessee Volunteers face a tough task on Saturday when No. 4 Alabama comes to Knoxville. The Vols started out as more than two-touchdown underdogs in this contest, but with starting quarterback Justin Worley possibly sidelined due...Show More Summary

Week 8 Start 'Em, Sit 'Em: Projections for Top 10 Players at Each Position

A handful of fantasy football studs went off on Thursday Night Football. If that's any indication of how Week 8 of the NFL season is going to go for the rest of the game's top stars, then your fantasy team is likely in for a pretty good...Show More Summary

Harvin says he won’t be changing

Jets receiver Percy Harvin has had rocky times at the University of Florida, at Minnesota, and ultimately at Seattle.  So will his experiences change his behavior/approach in New York? “No, not at all,” Harvin told Bart Hubbuch of the New York Post on Friday. This meshes with Harvin’s prior explanation that the Jets have told…

What Would DaVaris Daniels' Potential Return Do to the 2015 Notre Dame Irish?

After taking to Instagram to announce he would be returning to Notre Dame in 2015 after a two-semester suspension, cornerback KeiVarae Russell continued his news-breaking ways on the photo-sharing platform. And if Russell is to believed,...Show More Summary

PFT Live: Can Saints offense overcome shaky defense?

Jeff Duncan from New Orleans Times-Picayune joins PFT Live to urge Saints fans to temper their anger at the team’s 2-4 start because of their narrow margin of defeat and deciphers if Drew Brees and the offense can carry the defense that has looked shaky at times the rest of the way.

Sam Shields doubtful for Sunday night

The Packers are expected to be without one of their starting cornerbacks for a second consecutive game. Sam Shields (knee) is doubtful for Sunday’s matchup against the Saints in New Orleans, according to the Packers’ website. If Shields is again out, Davon House will get the start at right cornerback for the Packers, who have…

A.J. Green unlikely to play this week

Any lingering hopes that wide receiver A.J. Green would return to the Bengals lineup this Sunday are on life support at this point. Green missed practice again on Friday, making it a clean sweep of the three workouts this week, and the team has listed him as doubtful. While coach Marvin Lewis wouldn’t rule Green…

Raiders hope to get Maurice Jones-Drew more involved

ALAMEDA, Calif. – It certainly seems like Maurice Jones-Drew is out of the Oakland Raiders’ plan at running back. Jones-Drew, the Week 1 starter, who missed two games with a hand injury, hasn’t gotten much work. He had three carries for 6 yards last week against Arizona, and he has clearly fallen way behind Darren McFadden in the pecking order. Show More Summary

Jason Pierre-Paul taking care of his business

Jason Pierre-Paul didn't have his best game two weeks ago against the Philadelphia Eagles and star left tackle Jason Peters, but he rebounded well enough Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys and star left tackle Tyron Smith that New York...Show More Summary

Chargers' Philip Rivers Sets Team Record for Consecutive Multi-Touchdown Games

San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers set a franchise record in Thursday's 35-21 loss to the Denver Broncos by throwing multiple touchdown passes in a seventh consecutive game, per the Chargers' official Twitter account. Rivers...Show More Summary

No future Hall of Famers on list of upcoming opposing QBs

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Remember the incredible run of backups, developmental players and journeymen quarterbacks the Kansas City Chiefs played against last year in their 9-0 start? It’s been a distant memory this year. The Chiefs have instead...Show More Summary

Jay Gruden: Call on RG3 playing will be made on Monday

Earlier this week, Redskins coach Jay Gruden pointed to Week 11 as a likely date for quarterback Robert Griffin III to make his return from a dislocated ankle when he said that the team would have “a couple weeks to make sure it’s ready” thanks to the team’s bye in Week 10. It’s not time to…

Jets' 'Underrated' Kerley Deserved Extension, Harvin Could Be 'Rental'

The New York Jets went out and traded for Percy Harvin last week and extended Jeremy Kerley's contract this week. What is the Jets' game plan for Percy Harvin ? Will he be a long-term option? Who will be the next player to get an extension...Show More Summary

Gilbert focuses on Goodell’s pay

As former NFL player Sean Gilbert tries to give his candidacy for NFLPA executive director some traction, Gilbert has opted to fire shots not at current NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith, but at current Commissioner Roger Goodell. In an email to the media, Gilbert focuses on Goodell’s pay since getting the job in August 2006,…

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