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Vikings put boxing gloves on Xavier Rhodes in practice

Vikings cornerback Xavier Rhodes was flagged for seven penalties in the first four weeks of the season, tying him with defensive end Everson Griffen for most on the team and second-most in the entire league. Three of those penalties came in Week Four’s close loss to the Broncos and the Vikings want to see Rhodes…

Jadeveon Clowney Not Racking Up Sacks, but Looks Like a Star in Early Action

Jadeveon Clowney doesn't have a sack in his career. The Houston Texans defensive end was expected to be more productive than that over the first nine games of his career. Even considering his injury issues, Clowney has been on the field...Show More Summary

UK Denies Alleged Policy Allowing for Striking Russian Jets in Middle East

The British defense ministry put an end to speculation that circulated in the media recently over the ability – and preparedness – of the Royal Air Force to start downing Russian jets in the Middle East.

Muhammad Wilkerson gets X-rays on ribs

The Jets had Week Five off, but the extra rest didn’t do enough to help defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson avoid a trip to get X-rays on his ribs. Coach Todd Bowles announced Monday that Wilkerson would have X-rays taken due to an injury he suffered in Week Four’s win over the Dolphins in London. The…

IK Enemkpali Activated to Bills' 53-Man Roster, Cierre Wood Placed on IR

The Buffalo Bills activated defensive end IK Enemkpali to their 53-man roster Monday after he served the four-game suspension for punching New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith. To facilitate the move, the Bills placed running back Cierre Wood on injured reserve. Show More Summary

Cardinals to sign Dwight Freeney

Dwight Freeney is back in the NFL. Freeney has passed a physical in Arizona and will sign with the Cardinals today, Chris Mortensen of ESPN reports. A three-time first-team All-Pro defensive end with the Colts, Freeney played for Cardinals coach Bruce Arians in 2012, when Arians was the Colts’ interim head coach. The question now…

Osi on Jason Pierre-Paul: “I don’t know if it’s going to be this year”

While releasing short Instagram workout videos, Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul has maintained he’d be ready to play again soon. But a former teammate who has talked to him seems to be the first to suggest that might not be this year. Former Giants pass-rusher Osi Umenyiora, who was inducted to the team’s Ring of Honor…

What We Can Learn from the NFL’s Domestic Violence Problem

Like NFL wife Dorothy Newton, many victims of abuse suffer in silence. Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy returned to the field last Sunday for the first time after his suspension for assaulting and threatening to kill his ex-girlfriend. Show More Summary

Aaron Rodgers: It’s nice our defense is playing so well

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw his first interception at Lambeau Field since 2012 on Sunday, ending a streak of 586 passes without one on his home field. His subsequent streak was much shorter. Rodgers was intercepted again six throws later and also lost a fumble in his first three-turnover game since 2009. Coach Mike McCarthy…

Thai judge to announce verdict in British murder trial in December

BANGKOK (Reuters) - A Thai judge will announce a verdict in the trial of two Myanmar migrant workers accused of killing two British tourists at the end of the year, a defense lawyer said on Monday, following a trial that has been mired in controversy.

Defense Bails Out Green Bay Packers After Rare Sloppy Offensive Performance

Almost everything Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers does tends to be spectacular...even when it's not positive. Not only did Rodgers end his streak of home games without an interception that stretched back to December 2012,...Show More Summary

DeAndre Levy aggravates hip injury as Lions melt down

The Lions are on the receiving end of an ugly beating today at the hands of the Cardinals, and Detroit’s best defensive player has gone down. Linebacker DeAndre Levy, who is playing for the first time this season after missing four games with a hip injury, aggravated that hip in the first half today against…

Stephon Gilmore interception seals Bills comeback win

In the end, Marcus Mariota didn’t have his way with the Bills defense. The Titans rookie quarterback did a lot of good things on Sunday afternoon and helped the Titans to a 13-7 lead in the fourth quarter, but the ending wasn’t a happy one in Nashville. Mariota and the offense got the ball back…

Chris Long Injury: Updates on Rams DE's Knee and Return

St. Louis Rams defensive end Chris Long has been durable for much of his NFL career but is nursing an injury in Week 5. Continue for updates. Long Suffers Right Knee Injury Sunday, Oct. 11 Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported...Show More Summary

Jerry Jones changes his tune on Greg Hardy

In the aftermath of defensive end Greg Hardy’s tone-deaf comments regarding “guns blazin'” and Gisele Bundchen, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones went into excuse-making mode. But in an interview televised Sunday by CBS, Jones changed his tune. “[H]is statements of the past week reflected in some peoples mind, a lack of contriteness, a lack of caring,”…

Seahawks strike quickly, look like themselves again

Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett did a very dirty thing earlier, but he responded with a clean shot that led to a quick score for his team. Bennett was unblocked and forced a Rex Burkhead fumble in the backfield, and linebacker Bobby Wagner scooped and scored for a 24-7 lead on the road. The Bengals had…

Bears play interesting 'Red Rover' defense at end of half vs. Chiefs

Forget the "prevent defense." This alignment evokes memories of grade school. The Chicago Bears were down 14-3 right before halftime, and the Kansas City Chiefs were already in field-goal range for kicker Cairo Santos, who made all seven...Show More Summary

NFL: Greg Hardy comments 'do not reflect values of the league'

In the days before his first NFL game in over a year, Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy was immediately back in headlines for his tone-deaf comments to reporters. Hardy was on the commissioner's exempt list for 15 games last year...Show More Summary

Michael Bennett will be hearing from the league office

We know that Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett doesn’t like Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford. Bennett also apparently doesn’t care for Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton. (After all, Dalton is from Texas. And Dallas is in Texas. And Bennett doesn’t like anyone from Dallas.) After Dalton threw a first-half interception against Seattle, Bennett pounced. First, he put…

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