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AFC South News and Rumors
As expected, the NFL will commence on Monday its review of Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh’s foot to the groin of Texans quarterback Matt Schaub. As Jarrett Bell of USA Today explains it, plenty of executives will have their fingerprints on the cas
Share TweetFollow along as our sportswriters and others covering the Jaguars' game against the Titans tweet from EverBank Field.Tweets from @FrancineTU/titans-at-jaguarsShare TweetAT STAKE Titans: Winning the AFC South is likely out of reach with Houston at 10-1, but if Tennessee can win its third consecutive road game, it remains in the wild card conversation … barely. Jaguars: Having been defeated by at least 17 points in their
Calvin Johnson threatens single-season receiving yardage recordUpdated Nov 24, 2012 Share TweetThursday’s loss to the Texans ended any realistic hope the Lions had of returning to the playoffs this season. But it also reinforced that the Lions are getting their money’s worth out of the enormous contract they gave receiver Calvin Johnson in MarcShare TweetIf the NFL plans to continue the three-strikes-and-you’re-suspended approach to head shots that it applied to Ravens safety Ed Reed, then Jaguars safety Dawan Landry is one hit away from a suspension. The NFL has confirmed to PFT that Landry has been fiShare TweetBears quarterback Jay Cutler is back. Cutler, who suffered a concussion two weeks ago in the Bears’ loss to the Texans and missed Monday’s loss to the 49ers, has been cleared to return and will start on Sunday against the Vikings, according to Jason L
Colts cheerleader to shave her head for leukemia researchUpdated Nov 24, 2012 Share TweetSeveral players on the Colts have shaved their heads in support of head coach Chuck Pagano, who is undergoing chemotherapy for leukemia. Now a Colts cheerleader is getting in on the act. The cheerleader, whom the Colts have identified only as Megan M., …Share TweetThe Week 12 NFL picks, not including Thursday’s games (I would have gone 2-1). Titans (minus 3) at Jaguars: It’s Chad Henne Time. Mike Mularkey hats the s-word (spark) but Henne will provide it for second straight week. Jaguars 24-17. Raiders (plus 8)Share TweetGiants owner John Mara, who supported the NFL rule preventing any play from being reviewed if a coach wrongly threw his challenge flag, has had a change of heart. Mara e-mailed Mike Garafolo of USA Today to say the rule - which handed the Texans a gift