With kickoff of Week 2 hours away, the playing status of some prominent names is coming into clearer focus.
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Posted: Friday, September 16th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Week 2 injuries 2011, Alphonso Smith, Andy Dalton, Anthony Gonzalez, Ben Grubbs, Calvin Johnson, Chris Carr, Chris Hope, Dan Koppen, Danny Amendola, Darrius Heyward-Bey, Dashon Goldson, David Harris, Dez Bryant, E.J. Henderson, Eric Smith, Gary Brackett, Hakeem Nicks, Jacoby Ford, Jason Peters, Jason Smith, Jeff Otah, Jerricho Cotchery, Jimmy Smith, Justin Tuck, Kevin Boss, Kevin Walter, Lance Moore, Lee Evans, Louis Murphy, Luis Castillo, marion barber, Matt Light, Michael Crabtree, Michael Hoomanawanui, Michael Huff, Nate Solder, Nick Fairley, Orlando Scandrick, Richard Seymour, Robert Gallery, Robert Mathis, Sam Bradford, Santonio Holmes, Sebastian Vollmer, Sidney Rice, Steven Jackson, Stevie Johnson, Terence Newman, Tramon Williams, William Hayes
Star receiver Calvin Johnson’s status is in doubt for the Lions’ home opener against the Chiefs.
NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi has little doubt the Raiders’ chances of keeping Nnamdi Asomugha are slim.
Buffalo NT Kyle Williams is now headed to Hawaii as an injury replacement for Oakland’s Richard Seymour.
Posted: Monday, January 3rd, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: 2011 NFL Draft, Buffalo Bills, Carolina Panthers, Cincinnati Bengals, Demaryius Thomas, Denver Broncos, New England Patriots, Richard Seymour, Tim Tebow
The rest of the draft order for those non-playoff bound teams has taken shape.
The Colts will have RB Joseph Addai against the Raiders on Sunday, his first game back from a neck injury that kept him out since Week 6.
Posted: Sunday, December 19th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Injury roundup, Amari Spievey, Andy Reid, Austin Collie, Brian Leonard, Brian Orakpo, Brit Miller, David Reed, Early Doucet, Eric Wright, Gerald Sensabaugh, Jabari Greer, Junior Siavii, Knowshon Moreno, Langston Walker, LaRod Stephens-Howling, Louis Delmas, Nate Allen, Nnamdi Asomugha, Phillip Daniels, Reed Doughty, Richard Seymour, Sean Lee, Spencer Larson, Steve Spagnuolo, Terrell Owens, Week 15 injuries 2010
An updated look at some of the notable injuries around the league in Week 15.
Posted: Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Andre Johnson, Austin Collie, Ben Roethlisberger, Blair White, Brian St. Pierre, DeSean Jackson, Drew Brees, Dwayne Bowe, Fireman Ed, Isaac Redman, Kerry Collins, Michael Vick, Mike Wallace, Oakland Raiders, Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Pittsburgh Steelers, Richard Seymour, Rusty Smith, Steve Johnson, Tyler Thigpen, Vince Young
Poor Chargers QB Philip Rivers, four touchdowns and nobody is going to bother to notice. At least not after Eagles QB Michael Vick set the bar so high. At least he’s in the mix for Hall of Fame QB Dan Marino‘s single-season passing record.
There’s quite a bit to dissect and evaluate regarding the Randy Moss deal — which is now official — so let’s start by taking a look at what’s being said and written about in New England.
The Raiders will be without two key pieces on offense against the Rams. RB Michael Bush and G Robert Gallery are both inactive for Oakland.
Patriots Pro Bowl guard Logan Mankins hasn’t backed off his demand for a trade. But at least one Patriots veteran hopes the team will reconsider its position.
No surprise, really, but the Oakland Raiders have placed the franchise tag on defensive end Richard Seymour.
We are now less than a week from the deadline (Feb. 25) by which teams must apply the franchise tag to prevent potential unrestricted free agents from hitting the market. Who will get tagged?
Posted: Saturday, February 13th, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Bill Polian, Buffalo Bills, Carolina Panthers, Casey Fitzsimmons, Casey Hampton, Chan Gailey, Curtis Painter, Detroit Lions, Dwight Freeney, Jeff Reed, Jim Sorgi, Kevin Colbert, Larry Foote, Martin Mayhew, Oakland Raiders, Pittsburgh Steelers, Richard Seymour, Ryan Clark, Sebastian Janikowski, Steve Smith, Will James
Steve Smith says the Panthers could use some help in the form of a speedy receiver to compliment his game.