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AFC North News and Rumors
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We begin our look at the NFL injury situation with the final injury reports before Thursday night's New Orleans Saints-Atlanta Falcons game. Five Saints were ruled out, including wide receiver Courtney Roby (ankle), offensive tackle Charles Brown (knee)…Share Tweet
Let this week’s round of speculation about Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger’s status begin. Roethlisberger was a limited participant at practice for the Steelers on Wednesday, a day after coach Mike Tomlin said that he was leaving the door openShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Nov 28, 2012A fairly boring game between the Raiders and Bengals got a lot more interesting when Oakland defensive lineman Lamarr Houston applied a hard hit to Cincy quarterback Andy Dalton after a false start, sparking a full-blown brouhaha. Three days later, the …Share TweetBaltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis was rehabbing his torn triceps injury Wednesday at the team's facility, but it still unknown whether the former two-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year will practice this week.Share TweetA Ravens' win on Sunday would wrap up a second straight season sweep of the Steelers and knock them from the AFC North race. But this victory would have significance that goes beyond their division rivals. If Baltimore beats Pittsburgh, it will mark the…Share TweetYou can argue that it was a pass that shouldn’t have been thrown, but Ray Rice made the play of the week, thus was given AFC offensive player of the week. Rice took a check-down pass on fourth-and-29 and somehow converted it, helping to tie the Ravens gShare TweetThe Steelers couldn’t stop turning the ball over last Sunday against the Browns and now one of the Browns defenders has won some individual honors for his work in helping to force eight turnovers. Linebacker D’Qwell Jackson is the lucky Brown to be naShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Nov 28, 2012The Ravens are 9-2, but it hasn’t been an easy season. Apart from key injuries and periodic ineffectiveness and a defense that ain’t what it used to be, coach John Harbaugh had to deal with an unexpected uprising last month. The moment came, accordiShare Tweetyahoo.com Nov 28, 2012As a child, Baltimore Ravens endbacker Terrell Suggs had films in his imagination. Now, he's writing and producing them. Suggs' love of film parallels his interest in football, and dates back to his early childhood. "It started with toys," Sug…Share TweetBEREA, Ohio (AP) Browns rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden has been cleared to practice after sustaining a concussion and will likely start Sunday in Oakland.Share TweetWith three weeks of voting remaining, nine AFC North players lead their position for this year's Pro Bowl, including six Ravens: Wide receiver: A.J. Green, Bengals (406,780, leads all NFL receivers) Fullback: Vonta Leach, Ravens (127,610) Center: Maurki…Share TweetJon Gruden says he hasn't received an offer to coach Tennessee as part of a deal that includes becoming part-owner of the NFL's Cleveland Browns.Share TweetIt's Ravens-Steelers week, or is it Steelers-Ravens week? I always seem to get that wrong. The Bengals are looking like a playoff team, and the Browns are getting their act together. Sounds like a lot of topics to cover in the chat today, which will kic…Share TweetWith five weeks remaining in the regular season, the Steelers and Bengals are both 6-5, tied for the sixth and final playoff spot in the AFC. When it comes to judging which team looks like a playoff team, it's not such a close call. Over the past three …Share TweetIt's Wednesday, which means the weekly column will get posted around noon and the chat will get started at 2 p.m. So, let's not waste any time and get started with the wake-up call ... RAVENS: After not recording a sack in his first 26 career games, def…Share Tweet
Fumbles, injuries serve as catalysts for big shakeup in Steelers lineuppost-gazette.com Nov 28, 2012The starting lineup against AFC North rival Baltimore will look quite different than last week against the Cleveland Browns.Share Tweet
Boston Hot Button: Biggest Threat to Patriots in AFCNov 28ESPN Boston's Field Yates and Mike Rodak debate who in the AFC are the biggest threats to the Patriots' playoff hopes.
Countdown Daily AccuScore: CLE-OAKNov 28Prim Siripipat goes inside the numbers for the Browns-Raiders
Inside the Huddle: Offense, Offense, OffenseNov 28John Clayton goes deep in his analysis of four teams' efforts to improve their offenses. John breaks down the brighter offenses of the Bengals, Falcons, Titans and 49ers.
Countdown Daily AccuScore: CIN-SDNov 28Prim Siripipat goes inside the numbers for the Bengals-Chargers