There will be a Pouncey reunion in Pittsburgh this weekend, when Mike’s Dolphin’s visit twin brother Maurkice’s team. (Hopefully, they’ll leave the Free Hernandez hats at home.)
The guy who slid down the edge of the upper deck at a Bills home game and fell onto the crowd below has pleaded not guilty to assault and reckless endangerment. (As to being a word that starts with ass and rhymes with hole, he should have pleaded no contest.)
On this date in 1980, the Browns’ “Kardiac Kids” blew a 10-point lead but then came back for their first 10-win season in eight years.
The next man up (and possibly next man down) at center for the Steelers is Cody Wallace.
The forecast for Sunday’s Bengals game in Cincinnati calls for snow, freezing rain, and sleet.
Yes, the Jaguars could still make the playoffs.
On the possibility of making their interim coach their permanent coach, the Texans get a word of warning from Dallas.
The Raiders have a 12-game losing streak in the Eastern time zone.
Cowboys executive V.P. Stephen Jones thinks that great times are coming; “I really think this is the beginning of something special,” Jones said.
The Redskins could see a lot of defensive players leave via free agency. (Given the performance of the defense this year, that may not be a bad thing.)
The Eagles’ punt team has played an unsung role in the team’s surge.
The Bears have given a refund to a local family who had eight tickets worth $920 stolen by friends of the family’s children.
If the Lions win three of their final four games, they’ll win their first division title since 1993.
Embattled Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers says he has no intention to retire.
Saints C Brian de la Puente has named his son “Rivers,” the same name former Saints DB Steve Gleason gave to his son; “I want my son to know [Gleason’s] story, and I think one day he will,” de la Puente said.
Drake hung out with the Seahawks on Thursday.
Cook could have a big game against the Cardinals (like he did in Week One), given Arizona’s chronic inability to cover tight ends.