The attorney for Dolphins S Jonathon Amaya says the accusation that he attacked a cab driver is a fabrication.
The Bengals are 2-2 against teams with rookie quarterbacks this season, and they’ll try to make it 3-2 on Thursday against Eagles QB Nick Foles.
Browns TE Benjamin Watson said after teammate Scott Fujita was cleared in the bounty case that Fujita “never should have been put through this whole ordeal.”
For the Colts, the playoff picture is simple: Win and they’re in.
Jaguars defensive coordinator Mel Tucker says the team’s poor record is not for a lack of effort.
The Chargers aren’t mathematically eliminated from the playoffs, but the scenarios in which they get in are extremely farfetched.
The Cowboys’ path to the playoffs is simple: Win out and hope the Giants lose one game.
In addition to Eagles defensive coordinator Todd Bowles, Giants assistant offensive line coach Matt Rhule is a candidate for the head-coaching job at Temple.
Redskins CB Richard Crawford on the team’s goals: “We’re trying to go to the playoffs. That’s all I’m going to keep saying is playoffs, playoffs, playoffs.”
The Packers were surprised that coach Mike McCarthy didn’t chew them out after their blowout loss to the Giants.
The Lions have tied an NFL record by losing three straight games in which they led by double-digit margins.
Desperate for help in the secondary, the Buccaneers have brought back CB Brandon McDonald.
The Cardinals are feeling the heat in Arizona.
In St. Louis, people are amazed to be talking about the Rams as playoff contenders.
The 49ers know their trip to New England won’t be easy.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll has had success in Seattle with some of his old USC guys.