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The Baltimore Sun The confidence of star Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon has kept pace with his rapidly increasing production this year. Gordon has overcome persistent early-season trade rumors, a two-game suspension for violating the NFL '
Stories Jason Pierre-Paul is officially out for the second-straight Sunday, which means rookie Damontre Moore figures to get another chance to prove himself, this time against San Diego on Sunday. The Giants' third-round pick played 17 snaps at right
Surely this will be a contender for this year's Super Bowl Doritos ad ...This post's comment feed Comments I'm afraid the humor would probably be lost on the Super Bowl demographic... maybe save it for the Oscars. Posted by: Mark Dec 6, 2013 9:19:11
The head of a Georgia-based firearms manufacture is urging NFL fans to call on the league to rethink its decision to not run the group's pro-gun rights ad during the 2014 Super Bowl . If you are an NFL fan, call the NFL and tell them, Come on man!...
for the NFL, for the NFL's media partners, even for Fantasy owners...It's easier to sell pass-catchers to the masses than the grunts who block and tackle...Green, who'll face the Chargers on Sunday, is as recognizable as the team for which he plays,
Ryan Mathews, the Chargers leading rusher, has left two of the last three games with a hamstring injury. Whether the speedy Mathews can burn the slowish Bengals linebackers or not, the Chargers offense and San Diego's weather will make for Cincinnati'
As with many high school football games this time of the season, the Port Charlotte-East Lake (Tarpon Springs) football game will come down to the line play on both sides of the ball. If they can stand toe-to-toe and battle in the trenches, if Port
A different spin on sports by The Seattle Times staff and readers...Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson might be able to win more by settling for a little less money when it's time for a new contract. Seattle Times staff photo by John Lok Dear Mr.
It appears opposing defenses have taken notice of the Jets' desire to run the ball. Gang Green opened Sunday's 19-3 loss to the Ravens with an ultra-conservative game plan, with Geno Smith attempting just six passes in the first half. Gang Green ran
Updated: Monday, November 25, 2013, 9:53 PM Rob Carr/Getty Images Geno Smith has another subpar game, but the mistakes go beyond just the Jets quarterback. The elephant in the room is as big as a float in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.