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Rams coach Jeff Fisher said Monday that he doesn't expect any of his players to be fined for their participation in a brawl in the first half of a loss to the Giants. Fisher said accusations of dirty play by New York defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul and others are overblown.

Mike McCarthy loves the idea of his Green Bay Packers having something significant to play for in the Sunday's regular-season finale.

It is somewhat cruel to ask someone for a favor, only to try to whip that same someone seven days later.

One more week. One final game.

Chuck Pagano is wasting no time trying to get back on track.

Johnny Football's rookie season is over.

Peyton Manning was in the starting lineup for Denver's game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium on Monday night.

The Oakland Raiders salvaged a little something from this season by winning their final three home games.

It would be easy for Browns owner Jimmy Haslam and general manager Ray Farmer to look at the Browns' 1-5 swoon since Nov. 16, their four consecutive losses that could stretch to five Sunday at Baltimore, and decide to fire coach Mike Pettine.

Winning could hurt Tampa Bay's chances of landing the No. 1 overall selection in the 2015 NFL draft.

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