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ProFootballTalk: Don’t expect to see Greg Hardy anytime soon

Panthers’ DE Greg Hardy was deactivated before Week 2 by head coach Ron Rivera as Hardy is in the midst of a domestic violence case. Mike Florio says you shouldn’t expect to see Hardy in the near future.

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ProFootballTalk: Chris Canty on getting past the Ray Rice situation

Ravens’ DL Chris Canty joins the PFT desk to discuss the week leading up to the Thursday night game against the Steelers as the team fought through the Ray Rice situation. He says getting back to the field was like a safety blanket.

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PFT Live:Adrian Peterson will play against the Saints

Mike Florio provides the latest news on the Adrian Peterson case, breaking down Zygi Wilf’s announcement that Peterson will be fully practicing this week and will be available for the game on Sunday.

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PFT Live: Does RG3’s ankle injury really open the door for Kirk Cousins?

CSN Washington’s Rich Tandler joins Mike Florio to discuss the impact of Robert Griffin III’s ankle injury. He believes if backup QB Kirk Cousins wins posts a winning record in RG3’s absence, it’s going to be hard to start Griffin again.

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PFT Live: Roger Goodell is trying to balance punishments and messages to society

Bob Glauber talks with Mike Florio about the multitude of off the field topics in the NFL. Glauber says he believes Roger Goodell wants to do the right thing for the NFL and he’s trying to strike the right balance in his punishments.

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PFT Live: Redskins talk with Rich Tandler, Bob Glauber

Robert Griffin III, AP

Another year, another injury for Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III to deal with.

Griffin left early in Sunday’s win with a dislocated ankle that the team hopes will only keep him out of the lineup for a month, but further tests will determine just how long Griffin might be out of the lineup. Kirk Cousins played well in relief and Rich Tandler of CSN Washington will join Mike Florio on Monday’s PFT Live to discuss the entire situation, including whether or not there will be a quarterback controversy when and if Griffin is healthy again this season.

Bob Glauber of Newsday will also drop by the program to review some of what happened around the league in Week Two. He and Florio will touch on several topics from around the league now that we’ve learned a bit more about how this season might unfold.

It all gets started at noon ET and you can watch it all live by clicking right here.

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PFT Live: Expect the NFLPA to fight back over Ray Rice situation

The NFL announced that Ray Rice is indefinitely suspended because his version of what happened in Atlantic City did not match up with the video. Mike Florio believes Rice is going to come after the NFL with full force from the NFLPA.

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PFT Planet: What will the AFC look like without Brady and Manning?

It’s only a matter of time before Tom Brady and Peyton Manning are no longer in the NFL, which means the AFC will look extremely different. Mike Florio thinks it’s a matter of time before new contenders emerge.

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PFT Live: Bears look to bounce back on the road in Week 2

Bears’ insider John Mullin joins Mike Florio to talk about Chicago’s stunning Week 1 loss to Buffalo. The two also look ahead to the Week 2 matchup with the 49ers on Sunday night. According to Mullin, gap integrity on defense is a key for the Bears if they want to spoil the 49ers home opener.

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PFT Live: Bears talk with John Mullin, PFT Planet calls and tweets

Alshon Jeffery AP

The Bears got the honor of being the first visiting team to play a regular season game in Levi’s Stadium, but they aren’t heading to Santa Clara at 100 percent.

Wide receivers Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery have missed both practices this week and there’s injury trouble on the offensive line as well, leaving plenty for Mike Florio and John Mullin of CSN Chicago to talk about when Mullin stops by Friday’s edition of PFT Live. We’ll get updates on the injured players and discuss what the Bears need to do better this week if they are going to avoid an 0-2 start to the season.

We’ll also be taking questions from PFT Planet. Send them in on Twitter — @ProFootballTalk — or give a call to¬†888-237-5269 to let us know what’s on your mind in the second week of the regular season.

It all gets started at noon ET and you can watch it all live by clicking right here.

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PFT Whiparound: Eddie Lacy returns to practice

Mike Florio and Paul Burmeister provide the latest news and notes from around the NFL, including Adrian Peterson missing practice on Thursday, Maurice Jones-Drew undergoing surgery on broken hand and Eddie Lacy’s return to practice.

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ProFootballTalk: NFL appoints Robert Mueller to lead independent investigation

The PFT crew discuss the NFL’s decision to have former FBI director Robert Mueller lead the investigation into the NFL’s handling of the Ray Rice case. Mike Florio looks at just how independent this investigation will be.

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ProFootballTalk: Cris Collinsworth says Roger Goodell has always been honest with me

Cris Collinsworth joins PFT to discuss the latest on the NFL’s handling of the Ray Rice case. Collinsworth says while at the Hall of Fame Game, he asked Roger Goodell if he saw the video tape and the commissioner said he had not.

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PFT Live: The NFL failed to construct an idea of what the Ray Rice video meant

According to an AP report, someone in the NFL office had the tape of the Ray Rice elevator video back in April, but Mike Florio is still having a hard time believing the video was in the building without Roger Goodell seeing the video.

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PFT Live: The Ravens’ locker room begins to move on from Ray Rice

CSN Baltimore’s Clifton Brown joins Mike Florio to discuss the emotional toll of the Ray Rice situation on the Ravens’ locker room. Brown says Torrey Smith and Chris Canty were emotionally moved by the sudden release of Rice.

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