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It is silent, yet eloquent. Ancient, but relevant. Relatively light in weight, but heavy in tradition and symbolism.

While much of the talk was about whether New Orleans could win a big game — or any game, for that matter — on the road, the conversation in the Saints' locker room was about something completely different.

Finally healthy and given a shot to start, linebacker Josh Mauga suddenly leads the resurgent Kansas City Chiefs in tackles nearing the midway point of the season.

The Carolina Panthers need to get their offense moving before it's too late to make another playoff run this season.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - In a game with first place on the line in what has been an ugly NFC South, the Carolina Panthers were the ugliest team on the field.

New Orleans followed up Sunday night's drubbing of Green Bay with another impressive showing.

The Saints' offense is potent enough with Drew Brees.

Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy's domestic violence appeal trial set for Nov. 17 has been postponed until after the NFL season, a person familiar with the situation said Thursday night.

Marty Mornhinweg has seen it all before from Michael Vick.

Rex Ryan is calling an audible and going to the bullpen.

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