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The Wolf knew Jules and Vincent weren't in the clear when the gangsters cleaned up their car in Jimmie's garage.

The Jacksonville Jaguars expect to have left tackle Luke Joeckel available for Sunday's game at Cincinnati.

The Cincinnati Bengals expect to have All-Pro receiver A.J. Green back from a three-game absence when the current AFC North leaders host the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.

After six-plus games on the sideline, Robert Griffin III is back as the quarterback of the Washington Redskins for Sunday's game at Minnesota.

Carolina head coach Ron Rivera isn't about to give up on the Panthers' chances of a winning season and making the NFL playoffs.

The man who brought as much value to the position as anyone in football history, Smith is the career rushing leader with 18,355 yards. DeMarco Murray, the guy currently toting the ball for the team Smith helped win three Super Bowls, the Dallas Cowboys, isn't faring too poorly this season. Murray has rushed for at least 100 yards in all eight games, an NFL mark, and is on pace to gain 2,000 yards on the ground.

The Philadelphia Eagles expect to have running back Darren Sproles and center Jason Kelce back on the field for Sunday's game at Houston.

A Twin Cities advertising agency has created a TV and radio ad that it hopes will make a strong point about why Native Americans and others oppose the Washington Redskins' name and logo.

Andrew Luck has been football's most prolific passer in 2014 and the star signal calling will be aiming for his seventh consecutive game with 300-or-more passing yards when he leads his Indianapolis Colts into MetLife Stadium for a Monday night matchup with the New York Giants.

Opponents of the Washington Redskins' team name hope for a large turnout for a protest at an upcoming game against the Minnesota Vikings.

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