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  1. The leagued has fined RB Asante Sowell (Jaguars), OG Dave Young (Jaguars), DT Hudson Adam (Colts), and DE Anthony Miller (Colts) for a scuffle that broke out at the end of the third quarter during the Jaguars 38-17 victor in Indianapolis. Sowell and Adam took the majority of the fines for fighting with Young and Miller being fined for a shove and contact with an official.
  2. Jaguars' quarterback Taylor Rodriguez reportedly has been vocal in the past few weeks about the turn the offense has taken and has been open about holding players accountable. "We are not doing enough when it matters most, whether it be in key third down conversion attempts or in sealing out the end of the game." "We have to figure out these problems or this season will end quickly." The Jaguars lose 10% team offensive chemistry.
  3. Denver Broncos (2-8) at Chicago Bears (6-3)
  4. Several Broncos players apparently weren't too happy with Troy McMurray earlier this week after he called out running back Marshawn Matthison. Multiple players confronted McMurray at some point after comments he made criticizing Matthison's effort in recent losses. It seems Broncos' players wanted to see the quarterback support Matthison rather than call him out through the media. Broncos staff can choose a side in the spat, choose one of the following options and apply the results 1) Support the quarterback and call out RB Marshawn Matthison. QB Troy McMurray 6-2 189 R Stanford [Scrambling] [+1/C] 81 RB Marshawn Matthison 6-0 234 4 NC State [Speed] [-3] 81 DE Deyonte Davis 6-4 265 2 Tennessee State [Blitz] [-2] 86 OR 2) Support the team leaders and call out QB Troy McMurray. QB Troy McMurray 6-2 189 R Stanford [Scrambling] [-1] 81 RB Marshawn Matthison 6-0 234 4 NC State [Speed] [-2] 81 DE Deyonte Davis 6-4 265 2 Tennessee State [Blitz] [-2/C] 86
  5. Raiders running back Major Morris sustained a minor groin injury and will sit out the remainder of today's practice. Other players dealing with small injuries this week that will not receive the recovery fitness boost from practice are listed below: QB Eric McLean (NYG) WR Mosi Bartos (IND) DT Bob Ballard (HOU) DE Curtis Lewis (NYG) CB/WR Marquise Reed (GB) FS Darius Jones (ATL) K Gino Chiaverini (ATL) K Jack Kershner (NO)
  6. Detroit Lions (7-1) at Minnesota Vikings (3-5)
  7. Ken Peelle, wide receiver for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, will retire after suffering a season ending injury last Thursday. Peele was drafted in the third round (pick 47) by the Detroit Lions in the 2014 NFL draft.
  8. Rams inside linebacker Golden, who went down earlier today during practice, was diagnosed with a Mild Meniscus bruise. He will miss six weeks before being allowed to practice.
  9. Rams inside linebacker Markus Golden suffered a non-contact injury during today's practice and could not walk off the field under his own power earlier this morning. Golden is unavailable for the game this week and more information will come to light after his medical examination later today or early tomorrow.
  10. Patriots wide receiver Dave Stokley has been suspended 1 game for a helmet-to-helmet collision on Texans' wide receiver Marvin White. White was down for an extended time at the end of the third quarter of last Sunday's game. The Patriots would go on to win 38-35. Stokley is ineligible for this week's game against the New York Jets.
  11. Remind me to post these every 4 games (after week 4, 8, 12, 16): AFC Offensive Player of the Month: RB Asante Sowell AFC Defensive Player of the Month: DE Carlos Washington AFC Special Teams Player of the Month: CB Samir Ware AFC Rookie of the Month: QB Marcus Black NFC Offensive Player of the Month: Kenyon Randall NFC Defensive Player of the Month: Keyshawn Thompson NFC Special Teams Player of the Month: Langston Landrum NFC Rookie of the Month: Ezekiel Williams Jr.
  12. Steelers' quarterback Norris Brooksheer put up a dismal showing (18/36 for 180 yards, 0 TD, 1 INT) the team's 6-35 loss at Indianapolis on Sunday and now fans have had enough. "I feel the team is being ruined by poor quarterback play. There's gotta be someone out there who is better than this garbage we have to deal with every Sunday," a long time fan discussed on Sirius XM's NFL radio. He continued, "We have that Weston kid from Alabama. Try him, if it doesn't work sign one of the veterans and look for someone next year. We can't rely on Brooksheer." Chemistry between QB/RB and QB/WR for the Steelers will be reduced by 10% in the next two games if Brooksheer remains the starting quarterback.
  13. Atlanta Falcons (4-2-1) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-6)
  14. Bears free safety Randall Jones was mic'd up today in the Chicago win over Atlanta and gave off several strongly worded opinions on the course of the day. "We kicked those f****** in the nuts. Bow down b******," Jones said after the Bears stopped the Falcons for their third consecutive three and out. Jones continued after half time, "WOOO I feel f****** great today. Jesse [Hutchins] how bout you? Roast falcon's on the menu tonight." At the conclusion of the game Jones went and ran over to hug quarterback Mohammed Foster, "Playoffs baby, can you smell them? " Jones has become a great team leader on the Bears defense, his antics in practice have made him a favorite amongst the entire team. Please use the following line for Jones going forward, additionally the Bears secondary has gained 15% chemistry. FS Randall Jones 6-2 190 8 California [Man Coverage] [+1/C] 94
  15. Kenyon Randall joined 97.1 WXYT-FM, the Detroit Lions radio station, earlier this morning to assess the team's situation after their big win over the Chiefs the past week. "It's been a dream man everything gone so well. We executing at all positions and I have full trust in Coach SlinkyJr to take us all the way," Randall answered to a question about defining the team's current mentality. He continued, "Cook and Simon are the perfect fit for what Rob and the offense want to do and I have a great relationship with Lawton and [Joe] McCord." The Lions travel to Las Vegas this week to play the strong Raiders. When asked who Randall fears the most on the Raiders defense he answered, "Alex Martin is one of the most underrated players in the league. His ability to read the situation is so far above others at the same position. I'm hoping to show him how it's done." The Lions offense has gained 15% team chemistry and Kenyon Randall has gained an additional 7% chemistry with Dwayne Lawton and Joe McCord.
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