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The defensive player gets fined $30,000 for a high hit on the quarterback that is presumed to have given him a concussion, although he continued to play until halftime. The offensive player is fined $10,000 for coming up behind the linebacker and chop-b…Share Tweet
CNNSI.com Nov 15, 2012LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler missed practice on Thursday and his playing status remains in question because of a concussion.Share TweetCNNSI.com Nov 15, 2012LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher still says he would lie to cover up a concussion.Share TweetESPN.com Nov 15, 2012Houston defensive coordinator Wade Phillips asks absolutely reasonable questions when he wonders about the NFL’s $30,000 fine against Texans linebacker Tim Dobbins for a hit on Jay Cutler Sunday night. Boiled down from Tania Ganguli’s story at the HouShare TweetThe NFL’s Collective Bargaining Agreement protects the league and its teams from a wide variety of player lawsuits; indeed, the concussion litigation eventually may fail because of the terms of the CBA. But the CBA doesn’t provide protections to folksShare Tweetchron.com Nov 15, 2012Some shortness of breath turned into a much bigger issue for Texans defensive line coach Bill Kollar on Sunday in Chicago. Kollar was hospitalized with blood clots in his lungs and calves and missed the game. He returned to Houston on Wednesday afternoo…Share Tweettexansgab.com Nov 15, 2012The Texans are rolling after their huge Sunday night win over the Bears, and this week they take on one of the worst teams in the AFC, as they take on the one-win Jaguars. Houston is going for a fifth consecutive victory over the Jaguars, who try to avo…Share TweetThe NFL’s youngest team ranks as the best in the league through 10 weeks and has plenty of cause to believe it can maintain the status through the regular season, entering the playoffs as the AFC favorite to play in the Super Bowl. Why can the Texans maShare Tweet
RTC: Jaguars don't want to avoid EverBankESPN.com Nov 15, 2012Reading the coverage… Arguments for and against the Colts and the Titans making the playoffs, from Clark Judge of CBS Sports. Houston Texans Andre Johnson now has more catches than any of the great receivers who played all or part of their NFL careers iShare Tweet