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The Titans were hoping for progress for injured quarterback Marcus Mariota, but he still feels tingling in two of the fingers on his throwing hand from when he was sidelined by an elbow injury in the season opener.
Bills RB LeSean McCoy is iffy for Week 3 with a rib issue. Who else is of concern? NFL Nation reporters offer insight on all the key injuries.
The Eagles quarterback doesn't plan on favoring his surgically repaired knee, and Doug Pederson won't 'coach scared' to protect the franchise QB.
Minkah Fitzpatrick expressed anger with social media users who attacked him and his family over his "FitzMagic" trademark application, and offered the nickname to Buccaneers QB Ryan Fitzpatrick if it came to that.
The Giants aren't overreacting to their 0-2 start and know they are better than that record, rookie running back Saquon Barkley said Wednesday.
While the hope is the injured left knee will improve, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said he is concerned it will worsen the more he plays on it. "Hopefully it goes the other way, though," he said.
Bengals RB Joe Mixon joked that he'd like to run already after having a knee procedure Saturday, but he'll return "as soon as I feel any type of comfortability."
Packers head coach Mike McCarthy says nothing has changed with the way his players are being coached on how to tackle in the aftermath of a controversial roughing the passer penalty called against Clay Matthews on Sunday.
Deshaun Watson said he's dealt with racism before, so he's "not worried" about comments made about him on Facebook by a school district superintendent.
The Lions have brought back DeShawn Shead to bolster the cornerback positioin with starter Darius Slay recovering from a concussion.
The Buffalo Bills are taking it "one day at a time" when it comes to LeSean McCoy's legal situation amid allegations that he abused his 6-year-old son.
QB Ben Roethlisberger believes "frustrated" teammate Antonio Brown, who returned to the Steelers on Wednesday, is "the best in the world."
Geronimo Allison has earned the respect of his teammates and looks from his quarterback because of his work ethic and knowledge of the offense.
The Broncos struggled away from Mile High last season, but what is it that makes a road team successful? Routine, sleep or just a really good QB help.
As the Education of Sam Darnold continues, the Week 3 chapter should be known as 'The Rush Job for The Rush Job.'
With a hole at punt returner, the Patriots are bringing back cornerback Cyrus Jones, sources told ESPN.
From potential insurance policies to suffering fantasy owners, Bell's stalemate with the Steelers goes beyond the field as it moves into Week 3.
Detroit's first-year head coach cherishes the experience he had with Bill Belichick, but he knows he needs to forge his own style and identity.
Former Lion and Patriot Sterling Moore isn't surprised to see similarities between the two coaches, comparing it to how 'Kobe emulates MJ.'
The Eagles have signed wide receiver Jordan Matthews, who spent his first three seasons in Philadelphia and could bolster an injury-plagued receiver corps.