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Week 15 early inactives

Every week we bring you all the inactives from the early games in one post, constantly updated with the latest information. Check back to see the full list as it becomes available 90 minutes ahead of the 1 p.m. ET kickoffs. Dolphins at Bills Dolphins: G Jermon Bushrod, QB Matt Moore, RB Damien Williams, S Michael [more]

Sunday morning one-liners

Bills QB Tyrod Taylor had a good day the last time he faced the Dolphins. A look at how the Dolphins have played in past cold weather games. Can the Patriots stop Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell from making plays in the passing game? What can the Jets expect from QB Bryce Petty? The numbers forecast [more]

Anthony Barr still hearing it about hit that injured Aaron Rodgers

Nine weeks after breaking his collarbone, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is back. Nine weeks after applying the hit that broke Rodgers’ collarbone, Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr is still hearing about it. Via Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press, Barr said Friday that he’s still getting nasty messages on Twitter, wishing injury upon him [more]

Packers activate Aaron Rodgers, cut Joe Callahan

Aaron Rodgers is officially back, and the Packers are confident enough that he’s healthy that they’re only keeping two quarterbacks on the roster. The Packers have activated Rodgers off injured reserve, clearing the way for him to start tomorrow. Green Bay also released backup quarterback Joe Callahan, meaning the Packers only have two quarterbacks, Rodgers [more]

Saturday one-liners

Against New England, Dolphins DT Ndamukong Suh was on the field for every defensive snap (but Miami is still done with him, right?) The Patriots will count on Cam Fleming and LaAdrian Waddle to continue to fill the void now that RT Marcus Cannon‘s five-week absence will extend through the rest of the season. The [more]

Week 15 injury report roundup

Week 15 kicked off on Thursday with a win by the Broncos and it continues with this season’s first two Saturday games. 12 more games will be played on Sunday, which means that the 24 teams in those games submitted their final injury reports of the week on Friday. Questionable players are uncertain to play, [more]

T.J. Ward clears concussion protocol

Buccaneers safety T.J. Ward has cleared the NFL’s concussion protocol, coach Dirk Koetter said Friday. Ward will return to the lineup Sunday against the Falcons. Ward was diagnosed with a concussion during the team’s Week 12 game against the Falcons. He missed the past two games, losses to the Packers and Lions. Chris Conte replaced [more]

Trai Turner out, Devin Funchess questionable for Panthers

The Panthers will be down a starting guard against the Packers on Sunday. Right guard Trai Turner has been ruled out for the game after being placed in the concussion protocol earlier this week. Per reporters at coach Ron Rivera’s press conference on Friday, Rivera said that Amini Silatolu will get the start in his [more]

Bill Belichick praises the Steelers

Patriots coach Bill Belichick could never be accused of looking past the Steelers. Or anyone else for that matter. “The more I’ve watched the Steelers this week, the more impressed I am,” Belichick told reporters on Friday. “The way they play, they’re really well-coached, they’ve had so many end-of-the-game, end-of-the-half situations that they’re very productive [more]

Josh Gordon explains what he meant by Browns “disadvantages”

After losing to the Packers in overtime last Sunday, Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon took a swipe at Packers cornerback Damarious Randall on Twitter by writing that Randall “couldn’t hold my jock strap on my worst day.” Gordon’s post also seemed to take a shot at his own team by mentioning “several of our disadvantages” [more]

Friday morning one-liners

Celebrating DT Kyle Williams‘ career with the Bills. Dolphins QB Jay Cutler is coming off his best game of the year. DE Trey Flowers hopes to be in the Patriots lineup on Sunday. The Jets just wanted to take their ball and go home last weekend. The Ravens hope to do a better job on [more]

19 Panthers on Thursday injury report

With all the talk about Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers returning from a broken collarbone, there has been little discussion of the health (or lack thereof) of their opponents. The Panthers, as of Thursday, have 19 players on the injury report. The biggest name belongs to the 2015 NFL MVP, Cam Newton. He once again has [more]

PFT’s Week 15 picks

Like Doug Jones, MDS has an insurmountable lead (seven games) with three weeks left. Like Roy Moore, I’m not conceding. Although it’s going to require plenty of skill and luck. This week, we disagree on only three games. Which means I need a sweep in order to even have a remote chance to catch him. [more]

Thursday morning one-liners

The Bills may avoid a repeat of last week’s blizzard. The Dolphins offense has evolved from “garbage” to something better than garbage. Patriots QB Tom Brady was on the practice field to stop the week. Jets QB Bryce Petty gets his long-awaited chance to show the Jets what he can do. Ravens WR Jeremy Maclin [more]

Aaron Rodgers: I’m not coming back to save this team

Aaron Rodgers is back, but that doesn’t mean the Packers need only to show up for the final three games. The Packers star quarterback repeated the same theme Mike McCarthy did earlier in the day when the coach stressed to his team about not having “a bunch of false confidence.” “Hopefully, it gives a lift [more]