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Detroit expects to get Louis Delmas back after the byeUpdated Oct 6, 2012 Share Tweet
The Lions continue to struggle on defense, with no interceptions through four games. When they return from their annual week off, there’s reason for optimism. Safety Louis Delmas returned to practice before the mandatory bye-week break. Per a league
Share TweetGREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- The Green Bay Packers have activated defensive end Mike Neal, who was suspended for the first four weeks of the season for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing drugs.
Looking for lives outside football, Jerry Rice and Barry Sanders were brought back to the game by their sonsUpdated Oct 6, 2012 Share TweetJerry Rice and Barry Sanders did as much to define the modern game of football as anyone, but neither man wanted to be defined by the game after leaving it. For Sanders, the great Detroit Lions running back who retired after the 1998 NFL season with 15,…Source: yahoo.com
Jerry Jones: Cowboys are not dismayed by a 2-2 startUpdated Oct 6, 2012 Share TweetAfter an ugly loss to the Bears on Monday night dropped the Cowboys to 2-2, owner Jerry Jones is trying to stay upbeat. Jones said Friday on 105.3 The Fan that while he isn’t exactly thrilled with the way the team has played since the impressive Week OnSource: profootballtalk.comShare TweetLike the call that handed the Seahawks the win over the Packers two Mondays ago, the ruling in the Braves-Cardinals death match was complex enough to trip up the layman. The call on Golden Tate's "touchdown" could, if you squinted, have been j…Source: deadspin.com
Dirty Laundry: Tips and pass interferenceUpdated Oct 6, 2012 Share TweetWhen it is legal for a defensive player to interfere with an eligible receiver once the ball is in the air? Many of you asked that question this week after referee Walt Anderson overturned a pass interference penalty on the Dallas Cowboys during the Chi…Source: ESPN.com