Raiders' Woodley has long-term biceps injury

The Oakland Raiders signed LaMarr Woodley to be a defensive difference-maker. However, it appears the former Pittsburgh Steelers star's season will end prematurely for the winless Raiders.

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Raiders hope to get Maurice Jones-Drew more involved

ALAMEDA, Calif. - It certainly seems like Maurice Jones-Drew is out of the Oakland Raiders' plan at running back. Jones-Drew, the Week 1 starter, who...

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At 38, Charles Woodson is improving

ALAMEDA, Calif. -- Is it possible for a 38-year-old NFL player to actually get better? "With Charles [Woodson], it is," Oakland Raiders defensive end...

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D.J. Hayden could be activated in time for Sunday

Oakland Raiders coach Tony Sparano would not commit to whether cornerback D.J. Hayden will be activated off the physically unable to perform list by S...

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Raiders vs. Browns preview

The Cleveland Browns face their second winless team in a row Sunday at 4:15 p.m. ET at FirstEnergy Stadium. Last Sunday in Jacksonville, the Browns to...

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Griffin Breaks His Silence

John Clayton discusses the mindset of Robert Griffin III and the multiple quarterback changes the Redskins have seen since his injury.

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Allen Donates $100 Million To Ebola Fight

John Clayton talks about Seahawks owner Paul Allen's pledge to contribute at least $100 million to the fight against the deadly Ebola virus.

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Bears' Brandon Marshall plans to use drama as 'fuel'

LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Brandon Marshall brushed off any potential distraction caused by last week’s locker room flap on the heels of Chicago’s 27-14 loss to the Miami Dolphins, and plans to use the frustration from the defeat and residual drama as “fue ...

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Who steps up in Owen Daniels' absence

OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The loss of tight end Owen Daniels couldn't have come at a more inopportune time.  The Baltimore Ravens are playing for first place in the AFC North and are going against a Cincinnati Bengals defense that has been repeatedly bea ...

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Hakeem Nicks' role should increase with Reggie Wayne out

INDIANAPOLIS – Hakeem Nicks will have an increased in the Indianapolis Colts’ offense against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday with fellow receiver Reggie Wayne not playing because of an elbow injury. “I look forward to every opportunity,” Nicks s ...

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Browns' most fascinating position battle not QB this week; it's RB

If the Cleveland Browns ever call to the bullpen at quarterback, the season will get weird in a hurry. But that's not a reality this week. As written here, Brian Hoyer struggling against Oakland and Tampa Bay would qualify as a three-week stretch of ...

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Offseason workout partner helped Cowboys' DeMarco Murray

IRVING, Texas – Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray deflects questions about the amount of work he has received this season like defenders. He doesn’t much care that he is 31 carries away from the most he has had in a season and that Monday’s ...

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Dez Bryant: DeMarco Murray's milestones 'big deal' to teammates

IRVING, Texas -- DeMarco Murray insists that he does not care about setting records and hitting milestones. But his Dallas Cowboys teammates definitely care about Murray making history. "I'm pretty sure it's not [his goal], because he never talks a ...

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John Sullivan: Honesty crucial on concussions

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Shortly after Vikings center John Sullivan walked to the sideline Sunday in Buffalo, after taking a knee to the head from Brandon Spikes on a play in which Sullivan tried to cut-block the Bills linebacker, the dizziness and dou ...

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