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49ers injury report: Vernon Davis sits out

SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Pro Bowl tight end Vernon Davis was one of six San Francisco 49ers players to miss practice on Wednesday as he was listed as dealing with ankle and knee issues, even as coach Jim Harbaugh said earlier in the day...Show More Summary

Pro Bowl linebacker Vontaze Burfict suffers second concussion in as many weeks

Lost in the dark clouds of Ray Rice's videotaped domestic violence and Adrian Peterson's alleged child abuse hanging over the NFL for the first two weeks of the season is the damage players are inflicting on each other every Sunday,Show More Summary

Panthers remove Hardy from active roster

4 hours agoNews : The Newsroom

The Panthers announced they've placed Greg Hardy on the exempt-commissioner's permission list, meaning the Pro Bowl defensive end has been removed from the team's active roster until his domestic violence case is resolved.

Ex-NFL star Keith Mitchell channels ex-pro wrestler Diamond Dallas Page and becomes a yoga instructor

5 hours agoSports : The Early Lead

Ex-WCW wrestling champion-turned-yoga instructor Diamond Dallas Page has a new contemporary in the form of retired NFL Pro Bowl alumnus Keith Mitchell. Just like Page, Mitchell is now a professional yoga instructor. And, just like Page, the reason for Mitchell’s career transition came precisely due to his previous career. Yoga began as rehab for the […]

Nike Doesn’t Want To Be Associated With Adrian Peterson Right Now

Even before Nike took over as the official supplier of NFL jerseys, one of the company’s highest-profile NFL endorsement deals was with Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson. But now that the Pro Bowl back faces allegations of child abuse, Nike has decided it’s probably a good time for the two to take a break from each other. “Nike in … [More]

Mike Pouncey returns to Dolphins' practice

DAVIE, Fla. -- The Miami Dolphins received some good news on Tuesday. Pro Bowl center Mike Pouncey returned to practice for the first time since having major hip surgery following minicamp. Pouncey missed all of training camp, the preseason and the first two games of the regular season to rehab. Show More Summary

Josh Gordon Pleads Guilty to DWI Charge: Latest Details, Comments, Reaction

While awaiting word on the status of his NFL suspension, Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon pleaded guilty in an unrelated driving while impaired case on Tuesday. According to Will Brinson of CBSSports.com, the 2013 Pro Bowler...Show More Summary

Ravens not getting away from Rice fallout

OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh said he doesn’t believe the team is going to be able to move past the Ray Rice situation anytime soon, even though it cut ties with the Pro Bowl running back a week ago. "We’re probably not going to get away from it, and probably rightfully so,” Harbaugh said Monday. Show More Summary

Greg Hardy will not be suspended by Panthers, team 'gathering information'

Head coach Ron Rivera said the Panthers will not suspend Pro Bowl defensive end Greg Hardy, instead they will gather more information to make a decision. The Carolina Panthers chose to deactivate defensive end Greg Hardy ahead of their Week 2 game against the Detroit Lions, but the decision appears to have been temporary. Show More Summary

Bengals receiver A.J. Green out with toe injury

Pro Bowl receiver A.J. Green aggravated an injured toe during the Cincinnati Bengals’ opening series Sunday and was declared out for the rest of the game.

Panthers Abruptly Bench Star in Domestic Violence Case

Greg Hardy is the Carolina Panthers' franchise player, a Pro Bowl defensive end who will make $13.1 million this season. He will also sit out today's home opener after the Panthers abruptly reversed course and deactivated him this morning, reports ESPN. The reason? Hardy was convicted in July of...

Greg Hardy Deactivated For Week 2

The Panthers reversed course and deactivated the Pro Bowl defensive end who was found guilty of domestic assault.

SCHMALFELDT’S SATYRICON: NFL Clamps Down On Player Discipline When Defensive End Reveals Freezer Full Of Corpses

“Enough is enough,” soon-to-be-outgoing NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell told a press conference Saturday after Dallas Cowboy Pro Bowl defensive end Rudolph “Red” Ruffansore was arrested and charged with 18 counts of felony murder and mutilation of a corpse after a tip led police to his Mesquite, Texas, home where they found a walk-in freezer filled [...]

Greg Olsen best TE without a Pro Bowl invite

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- You couldn't help but notice Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen as he left Thursday's practice in a full sprint only minutes after arriving. There was a distressed look on his face. It's a natural reaction forShow More Summary

Cromartie returning to MetLife with Cards

Hopefully for Antonio Cromartie, he won't make a wrong turn when he arrives at MetLife Stadium on Sunday. After spending four seasons with the New York Jets, the Pro Bowl cornerback returns with the Arizona Cardinals for a game against...Show More Summary

Brandon Marshall wants to test ankle

LAKE FOREST, Ill. – Chicago Bears Pro Bowl wide receiver Brandon Marshall plans to test his injured ankle at practice on Friday, with the expectation of playing Sunday night in a pivotal road game versus the San Francisco 49ers. Both...Show More Summary

Bengals-Falcons factoid: Green vs. Jones

CINCINNATI -- You're probably going to hear, read and see a lot the next few days comparing A.J. Green and Julio Jones. The irony is, you've probably already heard, read and seen much of what will surface. The two Pro Bowl receiversShow More Summary

A.J. Green Injury: Updates on Bengals Star's Foot and Return

A.J. Green sat out Thursday's practice as he nurses a foot injury that limited him on Wednesday. Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com shared the news: Also out Thursday was Pro Bowl wide receiver A.J. Green. Limited with a foot injury Wednesday, he didn't dress Thursday. Show More Summary

Panthers vs. Lions preview

The Carolina Panthers and Detroit Lions enter Sunday's 1 p.m. game at Bank of America Stadium coming off strong opening day victories. The Panthers (1-0) won 20-14 at Tampa Bay without Pro Bowl quarterback Cam Newton, sidelined with fractured ribs. Show More Summary

Nick Foles: First-half mistakes 'correctable'

PHILADELPHIA – Nick Foles drew a lot of attention for the second half of his 2013 season. Foles went 7-1 as the Philadelphia Eagles’ starting quarterback, took the team to the playoffs and went on to be named MVP of the Pro Bowl. Less...Show More Summary

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