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RGIII Gets His Cast Signed by Redskins Teammates

Nothing can get you through a devastating injury like the support of your teammates. On Friday, Washington Redskins players and coaches signed Robert Griffin III's cast. Via RGIII's Instagram: Appreciate the squad showing love! Let's...Show More Summary

Bernard Pierce listed as questionable

Baltimore Ravens starting running back Bernard Pierce is listed as questionable for Sunday's game at the Cleveland Browns despite having full participation in Friday's practice. Pierce, who is dealing with a thigh injury, was added to the injury report on Thursday when he was limited in practice. Show More Summary

Arian Foster questionable for Sunday’s game vs. Giants

The status of the AFC’s leading rusher for Week Three is somewhat in flux, per the injury report. Texans tailback Arian Foster (hamstring) is questionable for Sunday’s game at the Giants, according to multiple reporters, including Deepi Sidhu of Texans Radio. According to Sidhu, Foster was limited Friday, as he was on Wednesday and Thursday.…

Allen practices, Marshall sits

LAKE FOREST, Ill. – Chicago Bears defensive end Jared Allen (lower back) practiced without restrictions on Friday, but wide receiver Brandon Marshall (ankle) remained sidelined for a second consecutive day. Marshall and Allen are both...Show More Summary

Tests on Harry Douglas' foot negative

FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. -- Atlanta Falcons coach Mike Smith said tests on Harry Douglas' injured left foot were negative Friday morning, but Smith said Douglas' playing status won't be updated until next week. Douglas was injured in the first half of Thursday night's 56-14 win over Tampa Bay. Show More Summary

Roger Goodell insists he never considered quitting

There may be a lack of certainty coming from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell right now, but he’s absolutely clear on one thing. He won’t be giving up his job. Asked directly if he considered giving up his job, Goodell said no. “I have not,” he replied. “I am focused on doing my job. We have…

Lovie Smith: Josh McCown still the starter

TAMPA, Fla. – A day after a 56-14 loss to the Atlanta Falcons, Buccaneers coach Lovie Smith stood by quarterback Josh McCown. “Josh is our starter,’’ Smith said. “We’re looking at one game right now. It would be simple if Josh was the only guy that played bad. Show More Summary

Donald Trump: Terry Pegula overpaid for Bills because of me

Donald Trump says Terry Pegula overpaid for the Bills because of Donald Trump.

Josh Gordon's Suspension Reduced to 10 Games: Latest Details and Reaction

The suspension saga of Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon took another turn today as the Pro Bowler's suspension was officially reduced to ten games, according to CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora : Gordon was initially suspended for the entire 2014 season due to a violation of the league's substance-abuse policy. Show More Summary

Goodell: “Everything on the table” in terms of his role

Among the most glaring errors of the NFL over the last two weeks has been the problem of unilateral power. But during his press conference, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell seemed willing to cede some ground. “Everything is on the table,” Goodell replied when asked if he was willing to yield some of the decision-making power.…

NFL, NFLPA Agree on New Drug Policy: Latest Suspension Revisions and Reaction

The NFL and the NFL Players Association have officially finalized an agreement regarding the league's drug policy. The NFL confirmed the PED news on Wednesday and provided the details behind the policy: HGH testing will be fully implemented this season. Show More Summary

Goodell: I got it wrong, I’m sorry and now I will get it right

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell acknowledged his own missteps and admitted that he needs assistance in overseeing the league’s personal conduct policy in a Friday press conference designed to stem the wave of criticism the NFL has faced over high-profile domestic violence cases involving players. “I got it wrong in the handling of the Ray Rice…

Arian Foster Injury: Updates on Texans Star's Hamstring and Return

Houston Texans running back Arian Foster is questionable for Week 3 as he works through a hamstring injury. CSN's Dave Zangaro and Texans Radio host Deepi Sidhu have the details: The three-time Pro Bowler is entering what might be a seminal season in his career. Show More Summary

Cold Hard Fact for Friday, September 19, 2014

Fact: The Atlanta Falcons scored the second-most points in team history on Thursday night, when they beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 56-14. In 1973, they put up 62 points against the New Orleans Saints. Bleacher Report will be bringing...Show More Summary

Roger Goodell speaking at 3 p.m. press conference Friday

Roger Goodell will speak at a 3 p.m. press conference on Friday to address the domestic violence issues the NFL is facing.

Joint NFL-NFLPA Statement on Wide-Ranging Changes to Drug Programs

Editor’s note: The following statement was released jointly by the NFL and NFL Players Association on September 19. The NFL and NFL Players Association have reached agreement on a wide-ranging series of improvements to their programs...Show More Summary

To bring heat, Panthers call 'NASCAR'

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- On at least one play during Sunday's 24-7 victory against Detroit the Carolina Panthers lined defensive ends Charles Johnson and Mario Addison in the middle at tackle in order to create more quarterback pressure. It's...Show More Summary

Apple's Tim Cook Giddily Responds to 'Roll Tide' with 'War Eagle' in iPhone Line

With the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus hitting stores Friday, Apple CEO Tim Cook was on hand in Palo Alto, Calif., to greet some of the countless consumers waiting in line for the new technology. One Alabama football fan naturally shouted a "Roll Tide" to Cook, who graduated from Alabama's archrival, Auburn University, in 1982. Show More Summary

Report: US military examining relationship with NFL

According to a report from CNN, the United States military is examining its relationship with the NFL.

East Carolina Pirates Look to Defeat the UNC Tar Heels Again

Many were surprised last weekend when the unranked East Carolina Pirates defeated the then No. 17 ranked Virginia Tech Hokies, but they probably shouldn't have been. Last Saturday marked the third straight victory for the Pirates against an ACC opponent, all coming on the road. Show More Summary

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