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Terrell Suggs Injury: Updates on Ravens LB's Foot and Return

Baltimore Ravens Pro Bowl linebacker Terrell Suggs was held out of the team's practice on Wednesday due to a foot injury. News of Suggs' absence from the practice field was reported by the Ravens' official Twitter account: Suggs hasShow More Summary

Justin Forsett deserves Pro Bowl invitation

Baltimore Ravens running back Justin Forsett is the frontrunner for NFL Comeback Player of the Year, and he is the most valuable player on the team. Here is something else to consider: Forsett for the Pro Bowl. As strange as this might...Show More Summary

The Carolina Panthers Paid Their Star Receiver $5 Million To Go Away And It Blew Up In Their Face

Five-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Steve Smith was cut this past summer after 13 seasons with the Carolina Panthers, a move that is coming back to haunt the team big time. After being cut, Smith signed a 3-year, $10.5 million contract with the Baltimore Ravens and will make $4.5 million this season including his $3.5 million signing bonus. Show More Summary

Vontae Davis Deserves to Make the Pro Bowl for the Indianapolis Colts

Although the NFL's season is less than two-thirds of the way done, Pro Bowl voting is well underway. NFL.com released the early results of fan voting last week, announcing the top vote-getters in each position. The Colts had their fair share of representatives, including QB Andrew Luck, WR T.Y. Show More Summary

Eric Berry: Kansas City Chief Faces Tough Road Ahead, May Have Lymphoma

Eric Berry, the Pro Bowl safety and Kansas City Chief may have lymphoma. Lymphoma is a type of cancer part of the immune system called the lymph system. The Kansas City Chiefs placed Eric on a non-football injury list. Berry will not be playing football for the rest of the season. Show More Summary

Doctors find mass in chest of Chiefs safety Eric Berry

The Chiefs have placed Pro Bowl safety Eric Berry on the non-football illness list after a mass was discovered in his chest.

Bengals OT: J.J. Watt's style creating 'feast or famine' defense

CINCINNATI -- The problem with being J.J. Watt, one Cincinnati Bengals offensive lineman surmised, is that everyone around Watt wants to be just like him. Following the Bengals' 22-13 win over the Houston Texans on Sunday, Pro Bowl offensive...Show More Summary

Eric Berry Out For The Season After Chest Mass Discovered, Meeting With Lymphoma Specialist

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Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry, a three-time Pro Bowl safety, has been added to the non-football illness list and is out for the (...)

Tendency for poor finishes in close games is Dolphins' ominous flaw

DENVER -- Cameron Wake has been here before. The Miami Dolphins' Pro Bowl defensive end was the last player to leave a disappointed locker room following a 39-36 loss to the Denver Broncos. Wake has suffered through five consecutiveShow More Summary

Josh Gordon plays nearly 70 percent of offensive snaps in first half

ATLANTA -- The Cleveland Browns worked all week to quell expectations for Josh Gordon, but Pro Bowl players tend to find their way onto the field. Based on an unofficial snap count (stress: unofficial), Gordon played 25 of the Browns’ 36 offensive snaps in the first half Sunday against the Falcons, or 69.4 percent. Show More Summary

Jordan Cameron practices Friday

One of the AFC’s Pro Bowl performers from a season ago has returned to practice after more than a three-week absence. Browns tight end Jordan Cameron (concussion) was on the field Friday as the Browns worked out ahead of Sunday’s matchup at Atlanta, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer observed. The 26-year-old Cameron…

Breaking Down Brian Hoyer's Recent Struggles Within the Browns Offense

For a team like the Cleveland Browns to win games the quarterback must not only be efficient, but he must also make a few plays. The Browns were already at a talent deficiency to begin with and then were missing Pro Bowl wide receiver Josh Gordon and Pro Bowl center Alex Mack. Show More Summary

Clay Matthews' move inside makes sense

GREEN BAY, Wis. – So Clay Matthews still has some reservations about his move to inside linebacker. That's understandable for a four-time Pro Bowl outside linebacker. Maybe there's more convincing that needs to be done before he's all-in,...Show More Summary

Rookie Corey Linsley for the Pro Bowl? Aaron Rodgers says so

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Corey Linsley, like any good NFL rookie, does as he's told. That was evident Wednesday in the Green Bay Packers' locker room, where he was about to share the story of the apology letter he wrote -- apparently to his...Show More Summary

Peyton Manning leads fan Pro Bowl voting

Peyton Manning hopes he doesn’t play in the Pro Bowl. But NFL fans would like to see him there. At least the fans who care about the Pro Bowl would. Manning is the leader in fan voting for the Pro Bowl, the NFL announced today. Manning is followed by Andrew Luck, Aaron Rodgers, DeMarco Murray,…

Patrick Willis to undergo season-ending toe surgery

The 49ers will rely on rookie Chris Borland in place of their seven-time Pro Bowl middle linebacker. Patrick Willis will miss the remainder of the 2014 NFL season to undergo surgery on a strained left big toe, the San Francisco 49ers announced Tuesday. Show More Summary

Left tackle spotlight now on Dolphins rookie Ja'Wuan James

DAVIE, Fla. -- The Miami Dolphins lost arguably their most consistent offensive player Sunday in Pro Bowl left tackle Branden Albert. Miami will put Albert on season-ending injured reserve Monday, and according to a source, he has dual ACL and MCL tears in his right knee. Albert's recovery time is expected to be 9-12 months. Show More Summary

Branden Albert placed on injured reserve

The Dolphins now turn to Ja'Wuan James on the left side. The Miami Dolphins' playoff chances took a major hit on Sunday when not only did they lose to the Detroit Lions (in excruciating fashion, no less), but they also lost Pro Bowl left tackle Branden Albert for the season. Show More Summary

Branden Albert placed on injured reserve

The Dolphins now turn to Ju'Wuan James on the left side. The Miami Dolphins' playoff chances took a major hit on Sunday. Not only did they lose to the Detroit Lions (in excruciating fashion, no less), they also lost Pro Bowl left tackle...Show More Summary

Barry Sanders Reveals Which NFL Running Back He'd Choose to Start a Team with

The word of Barry Sanders carries a lot of weight when it comes to the discussion of running back talent. After winning the Heisman Trophy at Oklahoma State in 1988, Sanders went on to make the NFL Pro Bowl 10 times and was named first-team...Show More Summary

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