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Devonta Freeman back for limited practice Thursday

Falcons running back Devonta Freeman‘s recovery from a concussion took a step forward on Thursday. Freeman did not participate in practice on Wednesday, but coach Dan Quinn said that he would get in a limited workout on Thanksgiving as the team prepares for Sunday’s game against the Buccaneers. Freeman remains in the concussion protocol, but [more]

Chiefs sign Darrelle Revis

Darrelle Revis is back. Revis, the veteran who was once the best cornerback in football, has signed with the Chiefs. “We’re excited to add Darrelle to the roster,” Chiefs coach Andy Reid said. “He has experience and familiarity with Bob Sutton’s defense, he’s a team guy and we feel like a player of his caliber [more]

Dirk Koetter won’t comment on Jameis Winston situation

The NFL is investigating Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston under the Personal Conduct Policy, based on allegations of groping from an unnamed Uber driver. The league is saying nothing about it, and Buccaneers coach Dirk Koetter isn’t saying anything, either. “I can’t talk about it,” Koetter said Wednesday, via JoeBucsFan.com. “That is in the hands of [more]

Devonta Freeman remains in concussion protocol

The Falcons are back on the practice field Wednesday, but one of their key offensive players remains out of action. Running back Devonta Freeman suffered a concussion in Week 10 against the Cowboys, did not play against the Seahawks on Monday night and coach Dan Quinn said that he is still in the concussion protocol [more]

Randy Moss, Ray Lewis among Hall of Fame semifinalists for 2018

The Pro Football Hall of Fame announced the 27 semifinalists for the Class of 2018. It includes six first-year eligible candidates in defensive back Ronde Barber, guard Steve Hutchinson, linebackers Ray Lewis and Brian Urlacher, wide receiver Randy Moss and defensive lineman Richard Seymour. In addition, safety LeRoy Butler, defensive ends Leslie O’Neal and Simeon [more]

Report: Officials erred in safety ruling, costing Miami two points

First, it was Tennessee that got jobbed by officials. Then, it was Washington. Now, we find out the Dolphins did, too. Needless to say, it was not a good weekend for the league’s officiating crews with three high-profile blown calls. Hal Habib of the Palm Beach Post reported Tuesday that the NFL has determined officials [more]

NFC playoff picture: Falcons are in, Seahawks are out

Monday night’s game was a big one in the NFC playoff race. The Falcons’ win over the Seahawks gives Atlanta the sixth and final spot in the playoff picture, while Seattle is on the outside looking in. Here’s how it all looks before Thanksgiving: LEADERS 1. Eagles (9-1): The class of the conference. 2. Vikings [more]

Jameis Winston ruled out for Week 12

Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston‘s been in the news for off-field reasons of late and that will continue to be the only area of activity for Winston this week. Winston has missed the team’s last two games with a right shoulder injury and Buccaneers head coach Dirk Koetter announced on Monday that he’ll miss a third [more]

NFL not saying whether Ronald Darby is also under investigation

The NFL has confirmed that Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston is being investigated after an Uber driver accused him of groping her crotch. Eagles cornerback Ronald Darby has said he was in the car with Winston and the driver. So does that mean the NFL is investigating Darby as well? The league isn’t saying. NFL spokesman [more]

Uber driver hires lawyer who represented Jameis Winston’s accuser from FSU

When defending himself against a new set of accusations, Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston will be facing a familiar foe. Via ESPN.com, attorney John Clune is representing the still-unnamed Uber driver who contends that Winston groped her in March 2016. Clune previously represented Erica Kinsman in her lawsuit against Winston, arising from an alleged rape in [more]

Jameis Winston case may turn on cooperation of accuser

On Sunday’s Football Night in America, Dan Patrick posed this question about the new allegations of sexual misconduct against Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston: How much trouble is he in? Put simply, as much trouble as the NFL wants him to be in. If we’ve learned nothing else from the Ezekiel Elliott case, it’s that the [more]

Buccaneers beat the Dolphins 30-20

It wasn’t what you’d call pretty. But considering they were supposed to have this week off, the Buccaneers will take it. Tampa Bay beat Miami 30-20 in the rescheduled date from the hurricane-postponed regular season opener, and both teams looked like they needed (and took) a week off. The Buccaneers (4-6) took advantage of four [more]

Jay Cutler being evaluated for concussion, Matt Moore in

Jay Cutler won’t be around to make things worse for the Dolphins for a bit. The Dolphins quarterback is being evaluated for a concussion, and has been replaced in the lineup by backup Matt Moore. Cutler threw three interceptions in the first half, among the four turnovers the Dolphins committed as the Bucs built a [more]

Jay Cutler’s third interception helps Bucs build 13-6 lead

Well, you can’t say Jay Cutler‘s not making things happen. While he’s led the Dolphins to yardage numbers like they’ve rarely seen, he’s also made plays for the other side. The Buccaneers have taken advantage of three Jay Cutler interceptions, and lead 13-7 in the second quarter. The difference would be more if Patrick Murray [more]

Dolphins offense rolling early

The Dolphins aren’t very good on offense. So maybe it’s just the Buccaneers. Either way, Miami’s off to a 7-3 lead, on a day when their biggest problem looks like a strength. They entered the game 31st in the league in total offense, averaging just 275.0 yards per game. But they already have 152 in [more]

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