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Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs, aka T-Sizzle, has been in the headlines a lot lately.  We recently heard the good news that his recovery is going well and while he maintains that he will be back this season, the cause of the injury is back in the news. Suggs’ injury has taken on a life of its own; it has become a “he said, she said” story with conflicting...

The New Orleans Saints soon-to-be-suspended Head Coach Sean Payton openly wants the legendary former head coach and NFL executive Bill Parcells to come out of retirement and coach the Saints while he’s gone. But there’s one problem: the NFL has said that, even in this case, The Rooney Rule still applies. The Rooney Rule, established and named to reflect its author, Pittsburgh Steelers Owner Dan Rooney, says that an NFL team must interview minority head coaching candidates from within the NFL’s ranks of coaches. According...

Michael Bush left the Oakland Raiders to sign with the Chicago Bears today and for five-years and $14 million, $7 million guaranteed. The reception was, from Oakland Raiders fans, ho-hum, whereasChicago Bears fans were happy. But the person most unhappy with the deal was Chicago Bears star running back Matt Forte, himself. Forte, who’s still without a contract as of this writing, took to Twitter to show his displeasure and concern with the Bears move:   @MattForte22 Just Keeping it real…hate it or love it @MattForte22...

The classic 1981 NFC Championship Game between the Dallas Cowboys and The San Francisco 49ers is worth remembering not just because it was the San Francisco 49ers first NFC Championship win, or that it was the game that marked ‘The Catch,’ or that it had six lead changes, or that it pitted Bill Walsh and Tom Landry, but because a number of legends in that game are no longer with us. Bill Walsh, Tom Landry, Freddie Solomon, Harvey Martin, and Ron Springs are the top names in that contest who have passed on. The most recent...

By Anthony Carillo http://twitter.com/#!/CarilloCannon7 If you were to ask Mean Joe Green, Mel Blount, Jack Tatum, Ronnie Lott or any of the most intimidating defensive players in the 70s, 80s and 90s, they would most likely tell you one thing; the league is handcuffing defensive players. Back in their respective decades Green, Blount, Tatum, and Lott, would physically dominate their opponent. Now, if they played in today’s NFL, they would set the record for suspensions, fines, and personal foul penalties. The hardest hitting...

From NFL Media.com Following is a list of injured players for Week 6 Games (October 14-15): (For updated practice information on Oakland, San Diego and Seattle please check NFLmedia.com Friday morning) CAROLINA PANTHERS at ARIZONA CARDINALS CAROLINA PANTHERS Practice Report DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE WednesdayQB David Carr (back), RB Nick Goings (concussion), CB Ken Lucas (shoulder), LB Dan Morgan (ankle), LB Adam Seward (calf) ThursdayQB David Carr (back), RB Nick Goings (concussion), LB Adam Seward (calf) LIMITED PARTICIPATION...

FOR USE AS DESIREDNFL-PER-20B 1/19/07CHAMPIONSHIP GAME INJURY REPORT – FRIDAYNew England Patriots Probable Tom Brady (Right S houlder)NEW ORLEANS SAINTS AT CHICAGO BEARSNew Orleans SaintsQUESTIONABLE WR Joe Horn (Groin); S Omar Stoutmire (Hip)PROBABLE TE Mark Campbell (Knee)Listed players who did not participate in ”team” practice:(Defined as missing any portion of 11-on-11 team work)WED Joe Horn; Mark CampbellTHURS Joe HornFRI Joe HornChicago BearsQUESTIONABLE WR Mark Bradley (Ankle)Listed players who did not participate...