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Pats pick up Mitch Petrus
profootballtalk.com Updated Nov 13, 2012
In what could be a strong to quite strong hint that guard Logan Mankins will miss some time with an ankle injury suffered on Sunday against the Bills, the Patriots have signed free-agent guard Mitch Petrus. The team announced the move on Tuesday. Petrus…Share Tweet
Two days later, receiver Stevie Johnson still can't get over how the Buffalo Bills botched their final play in a loss to the New England Patriots last weekend.Share Tweet
Free AFC East therapy todayLet’s be honest: The AFC East is a baaaaaad division this season. But let’s chat about it. We can discuss all things related to the Miami Dolphins (4-5), Buffalo Bills (3-6), New York Jets (3-6) and New England Patriots (6-3). If you merely want to veShare TweetTashard Choice isn't the only Buffalo Bills player who doesn't like the New England Patriots' Brandon Spikes. Buffalo No. 1 receiver Steve Johnson and quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick also are laying the verbal smackdown on the hard-hitting linebacker. Spik…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Nov 13, 2012After missing two games with a concussion, Chiefs quarterback Brady Quinn has been cleared to return to the field on Sunday against the Bengals. Although he had already been ruled out of Monday night’s game against the Steelers, Quinn made the road tripShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Nov 13, 2012The Bills think WR Donald Jones is growing into a bigger role. Dolphins offensive coordinator Mike Sherman says this week’s game against the Bills will test his team’s character. Said Patriots DT Vince Wilfork, “We can always get better and do thingShare Tweet
Kerry J. Byrne: Inside the numbers: Week 11Nov 13The Philadelphia Eagles managed the near-impossible Sunday: They out-dumbed America's Dumbest Team, the Dallas Cowboys.
Don Banks: As proven in Week 10, concussion recognition still an inexact s…Nov 13Week 10 in the NFL saw the vexing issue of concussions raise its ugly (and groggy) head again, with three starting quarterbacks in the NFC going down like so many bowling pins. Michael Vick on the East Coast, Alex Smith on the West Coast and Jay Cutler …
Peter King: Big Ben injury puts Ravens in AFC North driver's seat; mailNov 13In the wake of the Week 10 news:
Jim Trotter: Awards Watch: Week 10Nov 13The pulse of the NFL season changes weekly. Every Tuesday, SI.com will break down the front-runners for the major NFL awards.