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Returning to the site of his 2011 knee injury, Adrian Peterson has his sights on defying odds again. Those who work with him don't doubt he can.
New Orleans Saints defensive tackle David Onyemata was fined $40,108 for his two roughing-the-passer penalties in Week 1 -- an amount that actually exceeds his game salary of $37,059.
The NFL has levied a 14-week suspension for former Jets linebacker Dylan Donahue, who recently pleaded guilty to two DUI charges.
Bengals RB Joe Mixon is expected to be sidelined for two weeks after having a procedure Saturday to remove a small particle in his knee, a source told ESPN.
The Bills and law enforcement officers have made it a point of emphasis to police table-slamming this season, and violators could face criminal charges or be ejected.
The NFL fined Peters more than $13,000 for grabbing his crotch as he jumped backward into the end zone for a touchdown in a season opening victory over the Raiders last Monday.
The Lions won't have T.J. Lang (back) on Sunday in San Francisco, and Ezekiel Ansah (shoulder) and LeGarrette Blount (shoulder) could join him on the sideline.
With starter Marcus Mariota listed as questionable, Tennessee Titans coach Mike Vrabel expects both Mariota and backup quarterback Blaine Gabbert to play against the Houston Texans on Sunday.
Teammates are optimistic that Ben Roethlisberger will play Sunday against the Chiefs following the quarterback's full participation during Friday's practice.
Eagles running back Darren Sproles has been ruled out of Sunday's game at the Buccaneers with a hamstring injury.
Falcon's running back Tevin Coleman will get the start against the Panther after starter Devonta Freeman was ruled out because of a knee injury suffered against the Eagles in the opener.
Giants linebacker Olivier Vernon, who injured his ankle during practice on Aug. 26, still isn't ready to play, but cornerback Janoris Jenkins will likely face the Cowboys.
The Panthers' offensive line took another hit, as Pro Bowl guard Trai Turner is out against Atlanta because of a concussion suffered in the opener against Dallas.
The NFL's reigning Defensive Player of the Year was not happy with his one-tackle performance in Week 1, which could mean bad things for the Cardinals.
Leonard Fournette, who hasn't practiced all week due to a hamstring injury, has been listed as questionable and will be a game-time decision for the Jaguars.
Aaron Rodgers may try to practice on Saturday in the team's final workout before Sunday's game against Minnesota, but even if he doesn't, coach Mike McCarthy would have no trouble playing him against the Vikings.
Dealing with the hate mail generated by kneeling with Colin Kaepernick is only a small part of what new Lions LB Eli Harold has lived through.
Seven new coaches are looking for a win this week. Who has the best chance to make it happen?
The Dolphins got bad news Friday when tests revealed that left guard Josh Sitton tore his rotator cuff and will be out for the season, a source confirmed.
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