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Protesters gather outside Cowboys-Eagles game in Dallas to support Colin Kaepernick

Supporters of Colin Kaepernick gathered outside AT&T Stadium on Sunday to "refocus the narrative."        

Saints pass-rusher Alex Okafor out for season with torn Achilles

The Saints have won eight in a row, and seemingly hit no speedbumps along the way. They may have just hit one. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, pass-rusher Alex Okafor suffered a torn Achilles and is lost for the season. Okafor was carted off late during yesterday’s win over Washington. Signed as [more]

Tony Romo broke down Tom Brady talking with WRs

Another fantastic broadcasting moment from the former Cowboys QB.        

Georgia Dome implosion falls short of complete destruction

OK, we thought we were done making jokes about implosions and the Falcons and the Super Bowl. But they keep pulling branches down in front of us, leaving all that delicious low-hanging fruit. Monday morning’s demolition of the Georgia Dome went off with a small hitch, as two large sections of the building’s exterior walls [more]

Robert Woods in a sling, and Rams secondary is ailing

The Rams left Minnesota with a loss, and with a sizeable list of injuries. Via the Los Angeles Times, Rams wide receiver Robert Woods left the locker room in a sling, after injuring his left shoulder late in yesterday’s loss to the Vikings. The injury isn’t believed to be serious, but coach Sean McVay didn’t [more]

Trump calls on NFL to suspend Marshawn Lynch if he sits for anthem again

Reset the “Days Since President Trump Has Attacked The NFL” counter to 0. Early Monday morning, Trump commented on the Oakland Raiders’ Marshawn Lynch, who was playing in Mexico. Lynch sat for most of the national anthem but stood for...Show More Summary

Watch: Georgia Dome implodes, leaving rubble and memories

Another Atlanta Falcons symbol has collapsed, but this time it was intentional. The Georgia Dome, once the home of the Falcons, is now deceased, age 25. Cause of death: a big ol’ controlled explosion. Here’s the video, courtesy of the...Show More Summary

Hue Jackson: We’ll let DeShone Kizer play this thing out

Browns coach Hue Jackson benched quarterback DeShone Kizer in a couple of games earlier this season and gave Kevin Hogan the start in another, but Kizer’s four turnovers against the Jaguars in Sunday’s 19-7 loss won’t lead to another change. Jackson said immediately after the loss that Kizer will start against the Bengals on Sunday [more]

Monday morning one-liners

The Bills had a hard time blocking Chargers DE Joey Bosa. Who should the Dolphins play at quarterback? Patriots WR Brandin Cooks had a big day against the Raiders. What can we learn about the Jets over the final six weeks of the year? A highlight reel catch by WR Mike Wallace helped put the [more]

Donald Trump takes aim at Raiders' Marshawn Lynch on Twitter after anthem antics

President Donald Trump took to Twitter early Monday to rip Raiders RB Marshawn Lynch after he sat for U.S. anthem but stood for Mexico's.        

Georgia Dome about to come down

If you have any last respects to pay for the Georgia Dome, you have a few minutes to get them in. Because the former home of the Falcons is scheduled for a 7:30 a.m. implosion, with nearly 5,000 pounds of explosives doing to the building what the Patriots did to the Falcons in the second [more]

Jerry Jones wants “unprecedented accountability” of the Commissioner

At a time when the team he owns could use some enhanced accountability, Cowboys boss Jerry Jones wants even more of it from the guy who runs the sport. “To sum it all up, what I want of all is I want accountability, more accountability [from the Commissioner],” Jones said after Sunday’s loss to the [more]

Ben McAdoo: We played like team we’re capable of being

Last week was not a good one for Giants coach Ben McAdoo as he found himself being roasted far and wide after a loss to the previously winless 49ers dropped his team’s record to 1-8 on the year. Among the most pointed critiques was that Giants players weren’t playing hard for their coach, something that [more]

Eagles linebacker Kamu Grugier-Hill overcame rough kicking start

When a team loses its kicker and has to turn to a linebacker, the expectations are not going to be high. When said linebacker shanks a practice kick on the sideline and misses the net entirely, it does nothing to raise them. But Eagles special teamer Kamu Grugier-Hill did a decent job filling in for Jake [more]

Case Keenum: “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”

Vikings coach Mike Zimmer admitted the obvious last night, that it would be really “hard to yank” quarterback Case Keenum out of the lineup, no matter who’s on the bench behind him. And Keenum’s happy to go along with that plan, as his hit streak has helped keep the Vikings near the top of the [more]

Dre Kirkpatrick expects to be messed with all week after failing to score on 100-yard return

It’s hard to go 100 yards on a football field without putting points on the board, but that’s what Bengals cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick did in Sunday’s game against the Broncos. Kirkpatrick intercepted a Brock Osweiler pass in the Bengals’ end zone and took off for the other one before losing the ball around the Denver [more]

D.J. Swearinger: Our guys didn’t play the full 60 minutes

After the Saints came back from 15 points down in the final six minutes to force overtime, the focus in the New Orleans locker room was on the 11 straight passes Drew Brees hit on the way to tying the game. The Saints would go on to win 34-31 with a field goal in overtime [more]

Case Keenum shows teams can’t evaluate quarterbacks, and other Week 11 thoughts

If you want to know how clueless all of us — and I mean everyone who watches the NFL and everyone who works in the NFL — is about evaluating quarterbacks, just take a look at the contracts these four free agent quarterbacks signed this year: Mike Glennon got a contract that pays him $18 [more]

Leonard Fournette expects ankle to be issue for rest of season

Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette may not like playing in the cold, but you wouldn’t know it from watching him in Cleveland on Sunday. Fournette ran 28 times for 111 yards against a Browns run defense that was among the league’s stingiest heading into Week 11. Fournette’s work in the 19-7 Jags win also came [more]

Drew Brees showed he still “has it” on Sunday

While the Saints were rolling to seven straight wins after starting the year 0-2, a lot more attention was paid to the play of their defense and the potency of the Mark Ingram/Alvin Kamara backfield duo than to quarterback Drew Brees. That was a big shift from past seasons in New Orleans, which saw Brees [more]

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