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Two healthy Packers' RBs, one clear-cut choice in Jamaal Williams

After a slow start to the season, rookie Jamaal Williams has emerged as the workhorse running back the Packers needed.

Junior Galette says he's still 'top-tier' rusher, wants more chances

Junior Galette is coming off a season-high 35 snaps and wants more opportunities to show that he's still got it.

NFL Playoff Picture: How Week 15 can affect seeding

This weekend could determine two division titles, up to four total playoff berths and more. Here's how the field looks now and what can change.

10-year anniversary of Ravens' worst loss comes one day before Browns game

The memory of a 2007 Baltimore loss to a winless team serves as a reminder to not be embarrassed Sunday by 0-13 Cleveland.

Biggest Week 15 NFL questions, stats and predictions

One of the biggest weekends of the regular season has a huge Pats-Steelers showdown, Aaron Rodgers' return, a telling test for the Rams and more.

Jordan Taylor has earned Broncos' trust -- and plenty of jobs

Working his way up from the practice squad, WR Jordan Taylor showed the Broncos he can fill in at punt returner, quarterback, and even safety.

QB-like grasp of Falcons offense adds to Mohamed Sanu's value

Mohamed Sanu leads the Falcons in touchdown catches and has thrown for a score too, underlining how dangerous his high "football IQ" makes him.

Protecting Jimmy Garoppolo top priority for Niners against Titans

Here are three things to watch for from the 49ers perspective in Sunday's game against Tennessee.

AFC West front-runner role goes to winner of Chiefs-Chargers game

The Chiefs and Chargers are accustomed to dramatic meetings, but this week's game carries a heavier weight -- and both teams know it.

Will Denver debacle and give-up strategy hurt Todd Bowles?

Sunday's loss was ugly, and OC John Morton's admission a bit too truthful, but those things don't change that Todd Bowles has the Jets trending up.

NFL must explain why Michael Bennett faced no discipline

When the NFL fines or suspends a player, it issues a statement about what the player did to draw the fine or suspension. This week, the NFL needs to issue a statement to explain what a player did to avoid a fine or suspension. The player in question is Seahawks defensive lineman Michael Bennett, who [more]

Nick Bosa: I think I’d be ready for the pros now, if the NFL would let me

Ohio State defensive end Nick Bosa can’t enter the 2018 NFL draft because he’s a sophomore, and league rules require players to be three years out of high school before they can turn pro. But Bosa thinks he’d be ready to make a big impact in the pros right now, if only the league would [more]

Hue Jackson doesn’t have much to say about John Dorsey’s remarks

On Thursday, Browns G.M. John Dorsey submitted to a radio interview that generated several significant headlines. Browns coach Hue Jackson has now met twice with the media since Dorsey said what he said. And, based on the transcripts generated by the team, no one directly asked Jackson about the most important thing Dorsey said. Or [more]

Is the XFL coming back?

In 2001, the WWE (then the WWF) and NBC launched the XFL, a no-holds-barred football league that served as a supplement to the NFL, whose broadcast rights NBC didn’t have at the time. A documentary that debuted earlier this year regarding the long-defunct league ended with WWE owner Vince McMahon and former NBC Sports chairman [more]

Ejections should last for 60 minutes of game time

Sunday’s game between the Seahawks and Jaguars was marred by another late-game tantrum from Seattle defenders who sometimes have a hard time processing the fact that the team may not be as good as they think it is. Like the final snaps of Super Bowl XLIX, things got ugly, prompting multiple ejections. But no one [more]

Xavier Howard played Monday night with the flu

The performance of Dolphins cornerback Xavien Howard already was sufficiently impressive to land him the AFC defensive player of the week award. The performance becomes more impressive with the knowledge that he played on Monday night against the Patriots with the flu. He told reporters on Friday that the bug hit him on Monday morning. [more]

Antonio Brown for MVP campaign is rolling

A kicker has won the league’s MVP award, but a wide receiver never has. Not Don Hutson. Not Jerry Rice. Not Randy Moss. But Washington kicker Mark Moseley won the award in 1982. “Man, that’s crazy,” Steelers star wide receiver Antonio Brown said, via Chris Adamski of triblive.com. “That’s crazy, man. Hopefully, we can make [more]

Matt Ryan trusts process as he tries to rebound from three-pick game

Matt Ryan has had more than a week to get over his last outing. He’s put the three interceptions and season-low 55.2 passer rating behind him. Of course, it helped that the Falcons beat the Saints. “I feel like I’ve got a good process, a good routine that I get into that helps me prepare [more]

NFL has no comment on Jerry Richardson situation

The Panthers have launched an investigation regarding allegations of workplace misconduct against owner Jerry Richardson. The NFL, for now, is saying nothing. League spokesman Brian McCarthy told PFT via email that the league has no comment on the situation at this time. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, the NFL first became aware [more]

Cooper Kupp breaks team rookie record for catches in a season

The Rams didn’t draft Cooper Kupp until the third round. They got a steal with the 69th overall choice. Kupp has more catches, more yards and more touchdowns than the three wide receivers drafted in the first round combined. He already has set the team rookie record for receptions and needs 142 receiving yards to [more]

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